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ARSA EASA Manual Supplement Now Available
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.
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