Press Releases

Boeing Report Foresees Unprecedented Demand for New Technicians

On July 20, Boeing released its 2015 Pilot and Technician Outlook. The report forecasts the global commercial aviation industry will need more than one million new workers – 558,000 pilots…

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FAA on Voluntary Surrender: A Bad Rule to Pursue Bad Actors

On July 13, the FAA denied the industry’s rulemaking petition to reinstate a repair station’s right to voluntarily surrender its certificate.
In its new repair station rule, which became effective…

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Aviation Coalition Does Its Part for Alternative Parts

On July 7, ARSA joined six other aviation trade associations in urging Congress to refrain from mandating a duplicative and unnecessary FAA regulation.
Specifically, the coalition is concerned with efforts…

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Minutes to Midnight – ARSA Unveils FAA Countdown Clock

On June 23, ARSA unveiled its countdown to the FAA Modernization & Reform Act of 2012’s expiration. The current law, which expires at the end of Sept., has officially entered…

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Minutes to Midnight – FAA Reauthorization Countdown

Time is running out on the FAA Modernization & Reform act of 2012. As Congress scrambles to pursue the “transformative” reauthorization bill envisioned by some policymakers, ARSA and its allies…

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