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Someone posted a question on this earlier, but then deleted their post.  However, this is a significant issue which those who operate at nontowered airports need to understand to avoid conflict.

The question was whether there was an official FAA interpretation regarding 91.113(g) about whether aircraft already established on final have right-of-way over aircraft which have not yet turned final even if the other aircraft is already lower.  The answer is “yes”, and ...

Hello,

My (certified) aircraft visited the manufacturer workshop to troubleshoot several... youth issues. Among them, a left-yawing tendency. Following this visit, the aircraft flies straight. There is no mention of any modification in the aircraft documentation. My best guess is they shortened the rudder pedal springs on one side. When I ask the question, the answer I get is "we have no idea, it's something we do on a standard basis, it's an internal procedure".

So ...
Nicolas Bertolami posted new forum topic
Mar '21
Hello,

My (certified) aircraft visited the manufacturer workshop to troubleshoot several... youth issues. Among them, a left-yawing tendency. Following this visit, the aircraft flies straight. There is no mention of any modification in the aircraft documentation. My best guess is they shortened the rudder pedal springs on one side. When I ask the question, the answer I get is "we have no idea, it's something we do on a standard basis, it's an internal procedure".

So ...
Nicolas Bertolami posted new forum topic
Sep '20
Hello,

Just a quick disclaimer : my purpose here is not to put blame on anyone, just to get advice from more experienced members for an event I'm - fortunately - note really used to.

Also, I am a european AOPA member, and this is something that happened in Europe, just in case...

I've owned an CS-LSA-certified aircraft for a year now. There were some minor technical issues I brought up to the local dealer who sold me the plane. After consulting with the manufacturer, they ...