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Association members, allies and industry colleagues must support ARSA’s current initiatives to improve aviation policy. Here’s your to-do list for June 2019 (click each page link for more information and instructions):


Help bring FTC’s “Nixing the Fix” initiative to bear on maintenance manual availability…

Consumer Repair Restrictions Mirror Aviation Issues

Urge SBA review of maintenance manual availability…

ARSA Urges SBA Review of Maintenance Manual Availability

Seek exemption from “current” maintenance data requirement…

Exemption Toolkit for “Current” Maintenance Data Requirement

 

 

 

 

 

 



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