ASRA Withdraws AD2010.01

The Australian Sport Rotorcraft Association (ASRA) has officially withdrawn AD2010.10 and AA2010.02 effective today, 5 September 2010.

All affected aircraft have been modified with parts supplied by AutoGyro GmbH and as a result all restrictions have now been lifted.

The only aircraft affected were MTO Sport GKS model and with the installation of the factory sponsored modification and this announcement all affected aircraft can now resume full unrestricted operational status.

We would like to thank Mr Allan Wardill,  ASRA Operations Manager, for his assistance, understanding and patience while we resolved the issue to ASRA’s satisfaction.

A copy of the ASRA witdrawal is able to be viewed here AD2010.10Withdrawal

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