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ARSA Requests MAG Clarification

ARSA recently asked the Joint Maintenance Coordination Board (JMCB) to consider a number of revisions to the Maintenance Annex Guidance (MAG), which implements the maintenance provisions in the bilateral aviation safety agreement (BASA) between the U.S. and the EU.

In the letter, ARSA asked that the JMCB edit certain language regarding human factors training and eliminate confusing Airworthiness Directive procedures within the MAG. Additionally, ARSA encouraged EASA to revisit its response to ARSA’s April 2010 letter on part tagging requirements for new and used components.

To view ARSA’s letter click here.

~~~ posted 11/16/11 ~~~



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