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CASA accused of Inequity in Aircraft Weight Cases

BRM Aero representative Edge Aerospace accused the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) in November of inequity in their handling of two separate overweight issues.

CASA issued a Show Cause notice to a specific BRM Bristell owner in November 2019 after three aircraft were found to be over their maximum basic empty weights, but no such notices were sent to owners of FlySynthesis Texan aircraft, several of which have been found to be

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