The FAA has once again issued an airworthiness directive (“AD”) with respect to certain Lycoming engines. If you are one of the unfortunate aircraft owners with an engine or engines to which this AD applies (FAA estimates 778 engines are impacted by the AD) then you are probably wondering what options may be available to you. And more specifically, you are likely trying to figure out who is going to pay for you to comply with the AD. Will the cost be covered by a warranty? Will you have to sue someone? Etc.
I discuss these issues, as well as options that may be available to aircraft owners affected by this AD, in my latest article: The Latest Lycoming Engine Airworthiness Directive: What You Need To Know. I hope it helps. But if you have additional questions, feel free to contact me to discuss your situation.