Part 23 - Small Airplane Certification Process Study

Part 23 - Small Airplane Certification Process Study

by FAA, Federal Aviation Administration
     
 

The primary objective of the part 23 Certification Process Study (CPS) was to assess the
adequacy of the current airworthiness standards throughout a small airplane’s service life while
anticipating future requirements. Working groups comprised of various members of the aviation
industry were assigned to the five areas of this study to identify…  See more details below

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The primary objective of the part 23 Certification Process Study (CPS) was to assess the
adequacy of the current airworthiness standards throughout a small airplane’s service life while
anticipating future requirements. Working groups comprised of various members of the aviation
industry were assigned to the five areas of this study to identify issues and develop
recommendations. The study was not limited to certification standards; study team members
reviewed other topics affecting general aviation including pilot training, operations, and
maintenance.
The study offers a variety of short-term and long-term recommendations. These
recommendations will serve as the basis for a part 23 regulatory review (currently scheduled for
FY10). It has been over 20 years since the last part 23 regulatory review. Not only is it time for a
complete review of part 23, it is also time to review the original assumptions for part 23,
including operations and maintenance. The airplanes being certified today have changed
significantly since the inception of part 23 and this evolution will likely continue.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012106193
Publisher:
IndependentFlightInstructors.com
Publication date:
02/05/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
561 KB

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