From Boeing 737’s the first flight on April 9, 1967 to the future of electric aircraft through streamlined and better certification analyses.
EASA participated in an international effort and cooperation with the FAA to reorganize the CS-23/Part 23 in order to revive certified general aviation.
Rep. Lo Biondo called a hearing on February 15 entitled “Building a 21st Century Infrastructure for America: State of American Aviation Manufacturing”. Hopefully Members heard the witnesses that Congress should give AIR support and set their work as a priority.
ASTM President Katharine Morgan with her Trump Administration insight and ASTM-FAA relationship should be a catalyst for thought within and without the FAA.
Sean Elliott, EAA’s VP of Advocacy & Safety, met with FAA officials to expand on EAA’s success of its supplemental type certificate to install a non-certified Dynon primary flight display in their certified aircraft. The meeting evolved into how to utilize the risked-based certification regime to low-risk non-certified safety- and performance-related equipment on certified aircraft using the Parts Manufacturing Process.
The Aircraft Certification Service Transformation will realign more than 1,300 professionals to execute the new Part 23 certification strategy. Why and what may this new personnel approach look like?
All 17 aviation safety predictions are certain to happen in 2017. Return tomorrow to see the scorecard for the JDA Journal 2016 Prognoses.
The FAA issued the much anticipated Final Rule on December 16 with much fanfare and considerable industry praise, but why did it take so long?