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Did You Just Get an Oct. 5 Dispatch?

Due to a technical error on Nov. 3, many subscribers received a duplicate copy of Oct. 5’s Dispatch newsletter. The association’s communication’s team is aware of the issue and is working with our partners to limit its impact.

If you received a duplicate copy, you can go ahead and delete it…OR…you can look back on the world of aviation maintenance from a month ago. An awful lot was happening:

Take a look back and you’ll see that ARSA is always looking out for you.

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