Making the cost of flying more manageable

10/11/2012 | General Aviation News

Manufacturers, airplane owners and the Federal Aviation Administration are working together to reduce the cost of general aviation. AOPA and the General Aviation Manufacturers Association jointly hosted a webinar recently to update all on the work the FAA's Part 23 Reorganization Aviation Rulemaking Committee has been doing. The rules and regulations of Part 23 have been held responsible by many for the soaring costs of general aviation. The invitation to the webinar said, "In order to counter the stable and negative trends in light general aviation, the ARC plans to make some ground-shifting recommendations which will require the knowledge and participation of the entire aviation community to become successful."

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