Extra Aircraft Earns EASA Certification For Next-Gen Aircraft

Extra Aircraft, based in Dinslaken, Germany, has received EASA type certification for its new Extra Next Generation (NG) aerobatic aircraft. The certificate is not an extension of a previous permit but is approval for a new aircraft design, the company said. The aircraft, with a list price of $460...

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