FAA publishes anti-icing rule for new aircraft

06/29/2010 | Bloomberg Businessweek

A new rule to prevent aircraft from icing up in freezing rain conditions is expected to cost manufacturers about $71 million, according to the FAA. The rule, which serves to expand existing standards, says airframe and engine manufacturers must prove new models can operate safely in freezing rain and drizzle.

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