Regulations and Government
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The self-contained unit meets U.S. Department of Agriculture specifications for treating international waste.
Agency says operators have an “ongoing obligation” to ensure that the maintenance or modification mandated by an AD is maintained.
Manufacturer is developing the retrofit kit for AS350B2s, B3s and B3es and EC130B4s.
Some 180 VORs and NDBs will be shut down later this month.
Company “expects day-to-day operations to continue without interruption” and has “sufficient liquidity” to “maintain its continuing business operations."
Two routes are now available for flight planning.
There has been a documented case of a copilot’s seat sliding aft in a Falcon on rotation due to fatigued springs.
Nine associations appeal to the FAA to adopt final rule by year-end, saying it will assure a brighter future for GA.
The association is urging the agency to spell out explicitly what is required for compliance with an AD.
Part-ML proposes alleviations for aircraft maintenance programs and airworthiness reviews.