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FAA Releases Policy On Repair/Alteration Of Rotating Turbine Engine Life-limited Parts

The FAA has released interim policy for repair and alteration of rotating turbine engine-life-limited parts (RTE-LLP), policy no. ANE-2006-33.3-4. Read the policy statement here (.pdf).

The interim policy allows repairs and alterations to be assessed as minor if the applicant uses an approved procedure, which ARSA argued for in its November 2005 comments on the FAA’s draft policy statement (.pdf).



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