Change is coming quickly and innovation will propel general aviation into a future that has only begun to emerge. AOPA is right in the thick of the action.
From the movement toward electric propulsion of aircraft to the regulatory framework needed to get the new machines flying, there’s much work ahead, said David Oord, AOPA senior director of regulatory affairs, who represented AOPA members at the fourth annual FAA/Industry Engine Summit Sept. 17 and 18.
Oord highlighted developments that emerged as front-of-mind features of the session for the manufacturers, industry groups, and regulators present at the session hosted by the FAA Engine and Propeller Standards Branch at the FAA’s New England Regional office in Burlington, Massachusetts. READ MORE (AOPA)