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I typically do not post long videos but this is really important to the future of ROTAX maintenance with this new MOSAIC that will effect us all.

Take the time to watch and comment, PLEASE.

https://youtu.be/sveMP-yCrtI?si=-ErzZUS8gvOzzxnL

  • Re: Future of ROTAX maintenance

    by » 9 months ago


    Paul,

    This is important, thank you for posting. For those who choose to watch the video, please watch it in full because the last section gets into the specifics of the plan they want the FAA to consider.  If anyone would like to leave a comment for the FAA regarding this issue, visit the link below and click on “Leave A Comment”.  The LSRM certificate course has been an important program for making sure LSA are properly maintained, and it’s important that it remains in reach of the owners and future mechanics of these aircraft.  

    https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2023/07/24/2023-14425/modernization-of-special-airworthiness-certification


  • Re: Future of ROTAX maintenance

    by » 9 months ago


    Jeff Blakeslee wrote:

    Paul,

    This is important, thank you for posting. For those who choose to watch the video, please watch it in full because the last section gets into the specifics of the plan they want the FAA to consider.  If anyone would like to leave a comment for the FAA regarding this issue, visit the link below and click on “Leave A Comment”.  The LSRM certificate course has been an important program for making sure LSA are properly maintained, and it’s important that it remains in reach of the owners and future mechanics of these aircraft.  

    https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2023/07/24/2023-14425/modernization-of-special-airworthiness-certification

    Thanks Jeff for the direct link.

    Yes submit your comments to FAA directly.


  • Re: Future of ROTAX maintenance

    by » 9 months ago


    Paul 

    The one major problem that Brian and Carol have pointed out is the failure to flesh out the details.  It is not possible to comment on items that are not even on the table yet.  Perhaps the NPRM needs to consider that issue.  People need to make that comment.  I don't always agree with the FAA, especially on maintenance issues, the LSA support for aircraft has proven a lesser degree of oversight is possible.  i hope that they dont require people to become A&P for all aircraft maintenance as that will be regressive and unnecessary.  I actually like the idea of endorsements for aircraft type and engine types.  This is more inline with other countries and seems to work fine.  

    Cheers


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