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EAA leads the way to safety devices through the new Part 23 & PMA

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.

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AOPA Comments on Proposed AD May Merit Explanation of why FAA Exceeded NTSB Recommendations

ARTICLE: Cylinder-removal AD would increase costs, decrease safety The FAA has issued a proposed Airworthiness Directive for certain Airmotive Engineering Corp. replacement parts manufacturer approval (PMA) cylinder assemblies marketed by Engine Components International Division (ECi),…