FAA Revamps ETOPS Guidance

The concept of special regulations for aircraft that venture far from suitable airports, commonly known as “extended twin-engine operations” (ETOPS) since 1985, got its start much earlier—50 years earlier in fact. The first ETOPS-like rules in the U.S. date back to 1936, when twin-engine piston...

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