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ARSA Draft Comments on TSA NPRM Available

The comment period for the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) proposed rule covering repair station security closes on Feb. 19. This rulemaking will impact all part 145 repair stations, both foreign and domestic. In preparation for the closing of the comment period, ARSA is making available a draft version of the Association’s comments to the docket. While this is not ARSA’s final submission, it provides key points that members can incorporate into their respective submissions.

Click here to read ARSA’s draft comments.

The TSA notice of proposed rulemaking is available here.



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