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“The Part 23 rules are part of the FAA’s new approach to performance-based requirements as opposed to prescriptive rules dictating a certain type of compliance,” Morris said. “The performance-based requirements propose requiring warnings to improve pilot awareness of stall margins, angle of attack (AoA) or energy awareness.”

 Morris also noted other regulatory changes aimed at reducing LOC-I, among them the new 14 CFR Part 21.8(d) regulation for the approval of non-required AoA systems, and the newly revised 14 CFR Part 60 for flight simulator evaluation and qualification guidelines that include certain upset recognition and recovery procedures that became effective on May 31.

“There’s a question about the cost of [the simulator upgrades], and from what I’ve seen there’s only one simulator that’s compliant with the new requirements,” Morris said. “The FAA estimates that it will cost $80 million for airlines to upgrade these simulators; some wonder whether the [airframe] manufacturers who typically would provide the data from flight-test are going to give that up easily or charge for it. The FAA has recognized that might be an issue and will allow third-party providers to offer more type representative simulators covering a wider range of aircraft. However, the biggest issue with the new simulator capabilities is that there are no instructors that have used them before because they haven’t been required.”

Source: ainonline.com (to be continued)

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