ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA – The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been too slow in shifting to risk-based oversight of the aviation maintenance industry, a report released today by the Department of…Read More
Portions of 14 CFR that cover aircraft operations, some of which also impact the maintenance providers that service the operator’s equipment, include part 39 (ADs), part 91 (General Operating Rules), part 119 (Air Carrier Certification Rules), part 120 (drug and alcohol programs), part 121 (Air Carrier Operating Rules), part 125 (Commercial Operators), part 129 (Foreign Air Carriers), part 133 (Rotorcraft – External Loads), part 135 (Commuter/On Demand Operators), and part 137 (Agricultural Operators).
The latest ARSA news regarding operations requirements is below; click here for archived items.
Is your FAA airman, mechanic, repairman, or pilot certificate still printed on paper? If so, you only have until March 31, 2013 to obtain a plastic replacement, apply at: http://www.faa.gov/licenses_certificates/airmen_certification/certificate_replacement/.
On Nov. 28, the FAA revised Advisory Circular (AC) 145-11A, titled “Repair Station Guidance with the Safety Agreement between the United States and the European Union.” The updated document incorporates…Read More
With reduced resources and capacity, the FAA should not be proposing rules that create bureaucracy without benefit, ARSA Executive Director Sarah MacLeod told attendees at a Small Business Administration (SBA)…Read More
The newest addition to ARSA’s model Repair Station Quality Manual, a model EASA supplement based upon the Maintenance Annex Guidance (MAG) to the U.S.-European Community Aviation Safety Agreement, is now…Read More