In a letter to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), ARSA requested removal of the prohibition on issuing repairman certificates for airframe and powerplant qualified individuals. Current internal FAA guidance prohibits the issuance of repairman certificates as a substitute for a mechanic certificate. After researching the issue, the Association requested that the FAA issue airmen certificates based upon the request and qualifications of the individual.
On April 20, the Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee (ARAC) accepted an FAA task to support aviation regulatory reform. The committee must provide:
(1) Recommendations on existing regulations that are good…Read More
On April 24, Vice President of Communications Brett Levanto stopped in Orlando for a discussion with Aviation Week’s Commercial Aviation Forecast Advisory Board. At the meeting, held at the Orange…Read More
Join Executive Director Sarah MacLeod for a three-session training series covering part 145. Make sure you know what the regulation governing repair stations really says about your business.
Part 145…Read More
On April 18, ARSA pressed the FAA to acknowledge a Feb. 3 request to resolve international regulatory issues associated with commercial parts and commercial off-the-shelf parts (COTS). These parts must…Read More
ARSA’s survey team has just begun to break down response data from the 2017 Member Survey, but workforce and employment issues have already risen to the top of the industry’s…Read More