ASTM Volume 15.09 Light Sport Aircraft; Unmanned Aircraft Systems; Aircraft Systems; Aerospace Personnel; General Aviation Aircraft

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    Aerospace Personnel—These standards play a pre-eminent role in all aspects of aerospace personnel education, training, qualification, testing, certification requirements, and continued education concurrent with technological advancement.

    Light Sport Aircraft—design, performance, quality acceptance tests, and safety monitoring for light sport aircraft (LSA) and their components. LSA include airplanes, sailplane, weight shift control, lighter-than-air, gyroplane, and powered parachutes.

    General Aviation Aircraft—addresses issues related to design and construction, systems and performance, quality acceptance tests, and safety monitoring for general aviation aircraft that is less than 19,000 pounds and 12 passengers.

    Unmanned Aircraft Systems—deals with airframe design and performance, operational and software issues, and pilot/crew qualification for small and large UAS.

    Aircraft Systems—Electrical wiring systems as well as the design, alteration and certification of electric propulsion systems in general aviation aircraft.

    Important changes that may impact your purchase decision:

    All standards from Committee F05 on Business Imaging Products have moved from Volume 15.09 to Volume 15.11, Consumer Products; Business Imaging Products; Vacuum Cleaners.

    All standards from Committees F37 on Light Sport Aircraft; F38 on Unmanned Aircraft Systems; F39 on Aircraft Systems; F41 on Unmanned Maritime Vehicle Systems (UMVS); and F44 on General Aviation Aircraft have moved from Volume 15.11 to Volume 15.09.


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