Other Updates

DOT Looks Forward to ARSA’s 60th Birthday

The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) is working to develop a detailed, 30-year plan to outline the future of the nation’s transportation network – a “system of systems.” Over…

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2014 Strategic Leadership Conference – Maintenance in Montreal

ARSA’s 2014 Strategic Leadership Conference (SLC), the Association’s annual invitation-only gathering of aerospace executives, industry allies and policymakers, featured strategic discussions about the future of the maintenance industry and the…

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30 Years of ARSA: Joyeux Anniversaire

MONTREAL – On Oct. 15, the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) celebrated its 30th birthday with a reception and dinner to open the 2014 Strategic Leadership Conference (SLC). The event…

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ARSA’s Word on Bonded Repair Size Limits Draft Policy

On Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014, the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) submitted comments to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requesting the withdrawal of Draft Policy PS-AIR-20(xxx)xx-xx: Bonded Repair Size Limits.…

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Upcoming Events

Jan 15 to Jan 16
Honolulu Aviation Mega Conference

This conference brings a large group of maintenance professionals from throughout the Pacific region; including some from Japan, Guam, and Saipan. People who attend this conference come from the 14 CFR 135 Helicopter Air Tour, 14 CFR 121 Airlines, 14 CFR 147 A&P School, as well as individuals from military aviation maintenance and 14 CFR 91 environments. Some of Presenters this year include: Pratt & Whitney, Airbus Helicopters, Turbomeca Engines, Bell Helicopter, Concord Batteries, Cleveland Wheel & Brakes, Dallas Airmotive, Lycoming Engines, Tempest Spark Plugs. Conference is free to attendees, no prior registration required. Conference begins at 0730 and ends at 1630 each day.

For More Information: Contacts Below -

Merritte Wilson

Ed Lee
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AVMRO: Aviation Maintenance Industry Resource

Addressing the need for a single hub of information about the aviation maintenance industry,  the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) recently launched (AVMRO).

AVMRO, which stands for aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul, explains the makeup of the contract aviation maintenance sector, the global regulatory framework governing its operations, and ways individuals can launch an exciting career in this dynamic industry. The site also contains information showing the industry’s economic and employment footprint globally, within the United States, and for each individual state.

Be sure to check out this valuable resource today!