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For information about ARSA’s Canadian Supplement and Cross-Reference Table for repair stations performing maintenance, preventive maintenance and alteration under the regulatory authority of the TCCA, visit the publications page.
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Time is running out to book hotel accommodations for the 2016 Strategic Leadership Conference in Montreal. Since you’ll need your rest before and after a full day of in-depth discussion…Read More
Register now for Marshall S. Filler’s Going Global – Bilateral Agreements. The session will be held online on Wednesday, Aug. 31 at 11:00 a.m. EDT.
International markets mean expanded business…Read More
On Aug. 24, ARSA joined five other members of the Consistency in Regulatory Interpretation Aviation Rulemaking Committee (CRI ARC) on comments on FAA Draft Order 8000.RCCB, “Regulatory Consistency Communication Board…Read More
August 30, 2016 | Categories:
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On Aug. 25, ARSA supported the FAA’s interim final rule clarifying that repair stations holding a limited airframe rating did not need to provide housing that enclosed the largest type…Read More
ARSA’s mastery of the rulemaking process is central to the association’s service to the aviation maintenance community. Faithful followers of “ARSA Works” web posts and newsletter stories will see regular…Read More