Hummerchut​e Registrati​ons

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Hummerchut​e Registrati​ons

Category:Service Bulletins

“Dear Hummerchute owner,

As many of you will be aware, some Hummerchute owners are currently experiencing difficulties registering their aircraft with Recreational Aircraft Australia (RAAus).

It appears that this is due to internal processing issues within RAAus and in no way reflects the manufacturing integrity of the Hummerchute. In fact, RAAus have issued the Hummerchute with an official Aircraft Type Acceptance in April 2010  (see below).

This temporary hiccup may relate to you if your Hummerchute is due for registration in the near future.

We are currently working closely with both RAAus  and CASA to seek immediate resolution to this issue and we will inform you once we have any further information.

In the interim, please feel free to contact me if you have further questions or queries.

Yours sincerely,

Stephen Conte CEO 

Aerochute Industries Pty Ltd.”


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