ARSA RSS Feed ARSA LinkedIn
Contact Us Online Portal

House Works for Small Businesses, Senate Must Follow Lead

ALEXANDRIA, VA – Daniel Fisher, vice president of legislative affairs for the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA), issued the following statement regarding the House vote on the America’s Small Business Tax Relief Act (H.R. 4457), which permanently increases Sec. 179 expensing levels.

“Last March, the jointly released ARSA and TeamSAI Consulting report confirmed that more than 84 percent of U.S. repair stations have fewer than 50 employees. That means more than 3,300 small businesses need rapid returns on investments to remain competitive. The America’s Small Business Tax Relief Act will help those independent repair stations invest in their companies as well as the country’s economic health.

“ARSA commends Congressman Tiberi and the bill’s bipartisan supporters for introducing a proposal benefitting the 244,000 American aviation maintenance workers. Now is time for the Senate to act by passing the legislation as soon as possible to spur economic growth and job creation.”

###

ARSA is the only association devoted to the unique needs of the global civil aviation maintenance industry. We are dedicated to helping our member companies run their operations more efficiently and effectively, while continuing to ensure the safety of aircraft worldwide. To learn more about our dedicated work on behalf of both industry stakeholders and the flying public, please visit ARSA.org.



More from ARSA

Hotline Highlight: What’s in a Name?

The hotline – ARSA’s premier member newsletter – contains news, editorial content, analysis and resources for the aviation maintenance community. All members should ensure they receive their edition the first week of…Read More

Filler Completes Globetrotting November at EASA EM.TEC

The European Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA) Engineering & Maintenance Technical Committee (EM.TEC) met in Cologne on Nov.13 for its semi-annual meeting. As he has since ARSA was invited to join…Read More

Quick Question: Event Attendance

The world is growing more digital, but high-level aviation business still requires personal attendance. Whether at major trade shows, local fly-ins, government meetings or industry symposia, members of the maintenance…Read More

Exemption Toolkit for “Current” Maintenance Data Requirement

On Nov. 19, ARSA released a members-only toolkit providing a draft petition for exemption – and instructions for its submission – from the requirement under 14 CFR § 145.109(d) that…Read More

Simple Math – Counting Bilaterals in a Quadrilateral Group

On Nov. 6-9, the Maintenance Management Team (MMT) met in Brasilia, Brazil to discuss a variety of international issues affecting their respective bilateral maintenance agreements. Sometimes referred to as the…Read More
ARSA