On Sept. 1, 2022, the FAA finally approved STCs for General Aviation Modifications Inc.’s G100UL unleaded aviation fuel. In this video interview conducted by AVweb’s Paul Bertorelli, George Braly and Tim Roehl explain what happens next.
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An excellent, friendly, and comprehensive interview from logistics to use. George Braly and Tim Roehl explain “what happens next” well and are easy to understand. A discussion to keep ad infinitum. Congratulations to all involved.
And congrats to Mr. George Braly for the new “bear presentation” 😄😄. Well done to You all, guys!
Isn’t the most definitive way to speed up the fielding of G100UL to sunset 100LL? Does that take the proverbial “act of congress”, or can the FAA mandate that?
Experience over the last few years on various issues suggests that an act of Congress takes less time.