A maintenance provider can restore or assign and add a serial number to a part received with that information missing or illegible, and it can assign and add a serial number to a part not originally serialized, the FAA told ARSA.
The FAA recognized that such part marking is allowed. It also noted that marking of life limited parts requires coordination between the maintenance provider and the design approval or type certificate holder.
The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee will meet Sept. 16 in executive session to mark up several bills. The session was intended to include legislation aimed at overhauling FAA’s…Read More
In the Sept. 8 issue of the U.S. Federal Register, the FAA published a request for comments on its plan for administering the Aviation Maintenance Technical Workers Workforce Development Grant Program.…Read More
On Thursday, Sept. 24 at 10:45 a.m. Singapore Standard Time, ARSA Executive Director Sarah MacLeod will present for MRO Asia-Pacific Virtual. MacLeod will dip into her decades of global aviation…Read More
September 14, 2020 | Categories:
, ARSA News & Updates
On Sept. 11, the FAA delivered to the NTSB the aviation agency’s “response in opposition” to ARSA’s effort – through pro bono assistance of the law firm of Obadal, Filler,…Read More
September 04, 2020 | Categories:
ARSA News & Updates
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 of…Read More