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AEL to be first EMS operator to fly 206 407 IFR


AEL to be first EMS operator to fly 206 407 IFR  

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Author: 135.163 Equipment requirements:    Date: 3/10/2019 5:28:14 PM  +2/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

Aircraft carrying passengers under IFR...

f) For a single-engine aircraft:

(1) Two independent electrical power generating sources each of which is able to supply all probable combinations of continuous inflight electrical loads for required instruments and equipment; or

(2) In addition to the primary electrical power generating source, a standby battery or an alternate source of electric power that is capable of supplying 150% of the electrical loads of all required instruments and equipment necessary for safe emergency operation of the aircraft for at least one hour;

Appendix B to Part 27—Airworthiness Criteria for Helicopter Instrument Flight; and

Appendix B to Part 29—Airworthiness Criteria for Helicopter Instrument Flight.

As long as the FAA certificates the aircraft, what's the issue?

I am pretty good with the regulatory requirements...How about you???
 
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AEL to be first EMS operator to fly 206 407 IFR +1/-6 Unbelievable great news.  3/9/2019 10:20:31 PM