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FAA and Boeing personnel therefore performed a series of aircraft flight and ground tests to evaluate the effectiveness of GBI as a means of reducing the flammability of fuel tanks in the commercial transport fleet.
FAA specialists planned to explore the use of relatively low-cost expandable graphite technology in semi-inorganic rubber compounds to obtain a fireproof (zero heat release rate) seat cushion foam by 2005.
FAA personnel added airplane models A-320 and Cessna-172 to the research program in FY 2001, and models B-747 and B-777 were scheduled to be incorporated into the program in FY 2002.
Certification of Aircraft and Airmen for the Operation of Light-Sport Aircraft (19421 words)
The FAA recognizes that consensus standards may not be completed by the effective date of the rule, and has therefore revised the rule to permit existing two-seat ultralights to be used for many of the operations that are intended for aircraft manufactured to a consensus standard.
As stated in the proposal, the FAA intended to limit the definition of light-sport aircraft to primarily address the population of ultralight-like aircraft that are being operated under exemptions to part 103 to conduct flight training.
The FAA is concerned that modifications to an aircraft to meet the light-sport aircraft definition may increase its complexity to a level that is inappropriate for the capabilities of the sport pilot.
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