The FAA’s aircraft re-registration initiative that began Nov. 1, 2010, is going about as expected, according to a report at EAA.org. In fact, the report notes that Walter Binkley, manager of aircraft registry in Oklahoma City, says it’s going fairly well – even better in some respects, such as more people than expected are using the online registration instead of mailing in the paper form. Re-registering online is much more efficient, resulting in a one-week turnaround as opposed to the 6-8 weeks for filling out and mailing in the form, then waiting for hard copies to wind their way through the queue, the report adds. Read the full report here.
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