US Government Accountability Office issued a report on very light jets indicating that there is little consensus on their impact on the National Airspace System or on US FAA's costs and Trust Fund revenues but that "most experts" said VLJs "will likely have little impact on safety due to FAA's certification procedures for aircraft, pilots and maintenance." GAO said FAA "has policies and procedures in place" to accommodate VLJs "because the aircraft will operate similarly to other aircraft ...

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