New FAA rules are simplifying the process of obtaining certification for significant changes to products that are already type certified. A final rule published this month narrows the scope of the certification requirements to require that only areas affected by changes meet the latest airworthiness standards. This revises regulations adopted in 2000 that requires a certification applicant demonstrates that the entire “changed product” comply with “applicable” airworthiness standards. ...
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