certificated aircraft

certificated aircraft

An aircraft whose design specifications meet minimum specifications and requirements set by the national certification authority. On meeting these requirements, an approval certificate is issued for the aircraft. The aircraft must be maintained to meet these specifications for the certificate to remain valid.
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Garmin offers solutions for Part 23 and Part 25 certificated aircraft, Part 27 and Part 29 certificated rotorcraft, as well as solutions for experimental and light sport aircraft.
These test pilots and all test pilots in the world are the reason, pilots and passengers can feel very secure flying aircraft, and purchasing a newly FAA certificated aircraft knowing that virtually everything has been done to ensure that aircraft and aviation are the safest possible.
According to the FAA, a Parts Manufacturer Approval allows you to "produce and sell FAA approved aircraft parts that are eligible for installation on FAA type certificated aircraft.
Comp Air Aviation Comp Air Aviation is hoping to secure funding in the second quarter that should pave the way for the start-up manufacturer to accelerate development of its Comp Air 12, 10-seat, single-engined turboprop - the first in a family of all-composite certificated aircraft planned by the US kitplane builder.
For such roles, which do not require the use of certificated aircraft, the Hawk 4 is particularly well suited, performing such missions far more effectively, and at lower relative cost, than any other air or ground vehicle.
Among other shortcomings, this NPRM would NOT require fractional operators to utilize certificated Aircraft Dispatchers.
Once approved, this parachute will be available for use on certificated aircraft within the weight category for which it was designed.
Garmin offers solutions for Part 23, Part 25, and Part 27 certificated aircraft as well as solutions for experimental and light sport aircraft.

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