The newest addition to ARSA’s model Repair Station Quality Manual, a model EASA supplement based upon the Maintenance Annex Guidance (MAG) to the U.S.-European Community Aviation Safety Agreement, is now available.
The model supplement is designed for U.S.-based repair stations currently holding or working to obtain EASA Part-145 approval; all required forms and instructions are provided with the EASA supplement. The publication integrates with ARSA’s model repair station and quality manual, and is up-to-date with MAG requirements.
ARSA members may purchase the manual for the special member price of only $300.
It is very important to remember that all current EASA approval holders must have a new supplement, developed under the MAG, in place by Dec. 31, 2012, even if renewal is not due before the end of this year.
Click here to order your copy. For more information on ARSA’s repair station publications, click here.
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