AOPA lands seat on the FAA's avgas transition committee

03/8/2011 | General Aviation News · AOPA Online

The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association has been granted a seat on the Federal Aviation Administration's unleaded avgas transition aviation rule-making committee. "The chartering of the rule-making committee and naming of its members is clear evidence that the FAA is stepping into a leadership role on the issue -- a role that is vital if we're going to succeed in finding an unleaded alternative," said Rob Hackman, AOPA's vice president of regulatory affairs and liaison to the GA Avgas Coalition.

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