On March 30, President Obama signed a short-term measure extending the FAA’s current authorization through July 15. This is the second extension of the current law so far – 23 were needed before enactment of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act in 2012. Though a controversial proposal to privatize the air traffic control system has dominated attention so far, there is plenty on the table for repair stations to focus on.
Help the association put the pressure on Congress to reauthorize the FAA and provide the maintenance industry with the freedom it needs to keep the world in flight.
Don’t sit back and watch the clock run out. Learn about all the ways you can get involved and help your lawmakers support aviation maintenance at arsa.org/legislative/get-involved.
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March 9-12, 2021
Produced in Arlington, Virginia for Online Participants
Legislative Day, March 10
Online Meeting…Read More
The hotline – ARSA’s premier member newsletter – contains news, editorial content, analysis and resources for the aviation maintenance community. All members should ensure they receive their edition the first week…Read More
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The application period for the first round of FAA Workforce Grants closed on March 29 and ARSA seeks input from applicants regarding the experience.
According to FAA executives coordinating industry…Read More