|Quoting ERAUMcDlover (Reply 5):|
thats what I'm talking about, and there is a F-4 out there in Triple Nickel livery, and is flown on the circuit, how do you get these aircraft? or clearance to operate them in a civilian manner like that?
|Quoting FVTu134 (Reply 8):|
On the other hand, the US has a quite liberal view to aircraft restorations compared to some European aviation authorities. It would be OK to rebuild one aircraft from several hulks as long as all parts pass the necessary tests. In Europe you would need to start with an airframe and a complete service history (that doesn't apply to the older world war two aircraft wrecks)
|Quoting L-188 (Reply 12):|
That has been changing over the past few years. That is one of the reasons all of the old C-97's, C-82', C-119 that used to be fish haulers up here have gone away.
The punks at the FAA started to raise questions about documentation, approved parts, and maintaince support on those aircraft.
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