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ARSA’s MacLeod Delivers Remarks at MRO Americas

ARSA’s Executive Director Sarah MacLeod spoke at the Engine MRO Forum and MRO Americas in Dallas, the aviation maintenance industry’s premier North American tradeshow hosted by Aviation Week.

On April 3, MacLeod spoke at the Engine MRO Forum on the regulatory and compliance environment in engine maintenance. Gil DaCosta, of the FAA’s flight standard Services Boston Aircraft Evaluation Group, joined MacLeod in her presentation. The duo discussed new regulations, guidance, policy, and international agreements affecting engine maintenance operations. MacLeod’s presentation before the panel is available here.

On April 4, MacLeod moderated the MRO Americas panel “Regulations Aren’t Just for the Airlines: How Rule Changes Affect MROs.” Panelists included Mark Rodu managing director, quality and technical programs at US Airways; Steve Douglas, manager, aircraft maintenance division (AFS-300), FAA; and, Jason Dickstein, president, Modification and Replacement Parts Association (MARPA).

For information on events where ARSA staff will be speaking, please be sure to visit the upcoming engagements section of ARSA’s website.

~~~ posted 4/4/12 ~~~



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