On Sept. 8, 2016, Thomas B. McVey, chair of the international section at Williams Mullen and resource for ARSA members, hosted a free webinar on export controls for repair stations. The session is part of ongoing collaboration between ARSA and McVey, who displayed his experience in international business law during a presentation at the 2016 Annual Repair Symposium and is the author of a continuing series in the monthly hotline newsletter on import/export issues.
ITAR and Export Controls for Aeronautical Repair Station Operators
An overview of export controls with specific application and examples for parties dealing with aircraft parts, aviation technical services and repairs for commercial and military aircraft.
To access the recording, complete the form below. Upon clicking the “View Recording” button, you will be automatically directed to to YouTube. For future access, please bookmark the video page or copy the web address.
To learn more about the association’s training program and see course availability, visit arsa.org/training.
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