GARA: A Status Report

The General Aviation Revitalization Act of 1994 (GARA) immunized makers of GA aircraft against lawsuits for defects in products older than 18 years and is credited along with a strong economy for breathing new life into non-commercial aviation in the U.S. But, if manufacturers are no longer liable, who is? How does GARA work? If you're a pilot, an owner or a parts manufacturer, you may not like the answer. AVweb's Phillip J. Kolczynski answers these and other questions in this GARA status report.

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