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Definition of an "engine" is???

Discussion in 'FAA News, Opinion and Articles' started by Rotorruss, Feb 19, 2018.

  1. Rotorruss

    Rotorruss Hangar Silver Member III

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    Great information on electric technology for aircraft Russ. I suppose the FAA is aware of this technology, but it will be a long while before anything is approved or certified. We know the FAA moves slowly in everything.
     
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    ... historically, the wheels turn slowly on rulemaking. I hear that the "worker bees" were told by the "Safety Standards Executive" to "make it work"! Rulemaking is still under the 2 for 1 new rule limitations. So, I wouldn't be surprised if there will be a large amount of rule "exemptions" issued. Things will happen sooner then you think!!
     

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