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AOPA Says Homebuilding An Aeronautical Use

AOPA Says Homebuilding An Aeronautical Use

AOPA says pretty much anything to do with aircraft storage, and active maintenance and construction should be considered an "aeronautical use" and be permitted in hangars on federally funded airports. In comments to the FAA on its proposed policy on the definition of aeronautical uses, AOPA says it wants the FAA's policy to use "common sense" and reflect "the practical realities of general aviation flying and ownership." In a news release the organization was to the point. FULL STORY

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