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Discussion: "Slingsby Firefly T67 Type certificate change."

1. Fri 31 May Bob Dale - Thorpe Willoughby Selby

Marshall of Cambridge Aerospace have revoked the type certificate for all Slingsby Firefly T67 variants.

on 13th May 2019 EASA issued a Specific Airworthiness Specification EASA.SAS.A.390 for the purposes of the issue of a Restricted Certificate of Airworthiness.

All T67 aircraft must be transferred to the restricted certificate before 13th May 2020.


See link below.
https://www.easa.europa.eu/document-library/specific-airworthiness-specifications/easasasa390
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