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FAR-25, JAR-25, Etc

Sat Dec 03, 2005 8:50 am

Hi all,
Are the FAA's FAR-25 and the JAA's JAR-25 essentially the same in terms of the actual airworthiness requirements they specify? Are there any other major aviation authorities out there who have airworthiness requirements which are significantly different from these two, in particular having stricter regulations which Boeing, Airbus, etc follow? I'm taking more about the design, performance, layout, etc of the aircraft itself, rather than things like noise and emissions, as these tend to become a lot stricter over time anyways (right?)


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