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.
ARSA’s 2016 Strategic Leadership Conference arrived in Montreal on Oct. 5. Whether you were an on-site participant (thank you) or a distant observer, this page is your portal to the…Read More
October 25, 2016 | Categories:
News & Media
On Oct. 7, during its annual meeting, the ARSA Board of Directors approved a series of changes to the association’s bylaws. The updates simplified the categorization of members and expanded…Read More
October 24, 2016 | Categories:
, News & Media
On Oct. 21, Marshall S. Filler presented the second installment of a three-part series on 14 CFR part 21, “Certification Procedures for Products and Articles.” The on-demand recording of the…Read More
On Oct. 3, ARSA submitted comments to the FAA regarding its draft Advisory Circular 145-9A, “Guide for Developing and Evaluating Repair Station and Quality Control Manuals.” The association requested the…Read More
On Oct. 14, ARSA and Airlines for America (A4A) jointly requested the withdrawal of FAA Policy Memorandum AIR100-16-160-PM09 because it erroneously relied on Advisory Circular 33.70-1 to define “engine influencing…Read More
On Oct. 14, the Obama administration announced it was updating Cuba sanction rules to facilitate the maintenance of aircraft flying in and out of Cuba.
The new paragraph of Sec.…Read More