On June 24, the Design, Manufacturing and Airworthiness Division (AIR-100) of the FAA’s Aircraft Certification Service issued two deviation memos to FAA field offices that will help repair stations comply…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.
This session covers the requirements set forth in the Transportation Security Administration’s repair station security rule. Learn from Daniel B. Fisher – who serves the maintenance community on TSA’s Aviation…Read More
On June 14-16, the international aviation safety community landed In Washington, D.C., for the 2016 International Safety Conference, co-hosted by the FAA and EASA. On stage and behind the scenes,…Read More
View ARSA’s three-part series on instructions for continued airworthiness (ICA), led by Managing Director and General Counsel Marshall S. Filler. ICA has been a key focus of ARSA’s work on…Read More
Lead by Christian A. Klein, this session provides business leaders with a basic understanding of federal election laws and regulations. Klein will review permissible sources of campaign funds, contribution limits,…Read More