FAA Sees Millions In Savings, Safety Improvements Part 23 Rewrite

FAA is hoping that the effort to rewrite Part 23 certification rules for small aircraft will create flexible, global standards that will halve the cost of bringing new aircraft to market, FAA acting Administrator Michael Huerta says. Speaking to the Wichita Aero Club this month, Huerta updated on...

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