On Aug. 26, ARSA announced the launch of AeroJobs.org, a web-based recruitment tool that will help the aviation community find technically skilled applicants to keep the world safely in flight.…Read More
EASA is an agency of the European Union which has been given specific regulatory and executive tasks in the field of aviation safety.
For information about ARSA’s model EASA supplement, designed for U.S.-based, FAA-certificated repair stations who wish to work on EU-registered aircraft (civil aeronautical components under the regulatory control of EASA) and plan to apply for (or renew) EASA part 145 certification, visit the publications page.
To learn more about international cooperation through bilateral agreements, visit the issue page.
The latest ARSA news regarding EASA is below; click here for archived items.
On Aug. 25, the FAA affirmed ARSA’s contention that a repair station’s rating allows it to make “continue-in-service” determinations on internal or attached articles.
The acknowledgement came in response to…
On Aug. 25, a coalition of aviation trade associations requested an extension of the comment periods for both of the FAA’s draft documents addressing Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA).
As the FAA’s current authorization bill (the FAA Modernization & Reform Act of 2012) nears its final 40 days, Congress will return from August recess with a mess of competing…Read More
Congressional inaction and its occasional distraction have delayed the reauthorization of three key pieces of education legislation: the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), the Higher Education Act (HEA) and…Read More