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FAA Rotorcraft Excel Download


U.S.- registered rotorcraft of all weight classes, powered by reciprocating engines or turboshaft engines. Provided in an easy-to-use Excel workbook. this data can be further sorted by clients to meet their own criteria. Each comes with a complete listing of data fileds and FAA coding, as well as pre-condfigured supporting graphics.



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