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EASA reissues Safety Information Bulletin on Motorgasoline

19 January 2011

The use of MOGAS (motorgasoline) in aircraft is permitted if approved by the Aircraft Type Certificate Holder or through a STC modification.

The increased use and concentrations of ethanol or methanol in motorgasoline in Europe is a matter of concern.

The EASA SIB lists problems such as risks of vapour lock, incompatibility with fuel system materials, phase-separation and improper fuel quantity indication.

The EASA SIB can be dowloaded from the upper right hand corner

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