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SCOTUS Passes on ICA

The Supreme Court will not hear a dispute with important implications relating to the FAA’s handing of regulations on Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA).

Avidar v. Rolls Royce, the case at issue in ARSA’s friend of the court brief filed by the Association this summer, received a judicial conference on Sep. 24. The Court denied the petition to consider it, leaving the judgment of the lower court to stand.

In recent years, less than 0.01 percent of cases that petition the Court are selected for consideration.



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