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Check Out the New “Resources” Page!

In Oct. 2012, ARSA launched a new, more user-friendly website. Since that time, the Association has been working to continually update the site with useful content to help guide you through the complex maze of regulations.

Continuing that effort, the Association recently created a new resources page containing links related to regulations posted on the FAA website, relevant congressional committee websites, and other government agencies affecting the aviation industry.

On the international front, the new page provides links to the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) website and other international civil aviation authorities, domestic and international aviation organizations, and industry press.

Visit ARSA’s resource page today to check out this continually growing list to guide you through the world of aviation.



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