Buried among fiscal cliff legislation and other final wrap up items of the 112th Congress, the Senate finally confirmed Michael Huerta’s nomination to lead the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for a five year term.
Huerta’s confirmation was pending for more than nine months while serving as acting administrator following the resignation of Randy Babbitt. The five-year term provides much needed stability at the top of the FAA, which faces the challenges of looming budget cuts and a continually growing aviation sector.
ARSA and its members congratulate Administrator Huerta and look forward to working with him to build upon aviation industry’s stellar safety record.
February 20, 2024 | Categories:
ARSA News & Updates
February is survey month for maintenance providers. The association encourages its members to respond to two important questionnaires gathering data about the industry:
ARSA Annual Member Survey
On Feb. 20,…Read More
This month, as it prepares for the 2024 ARSA Annual Conference, ARSA’s team will make a special appearance at HAI HELI-EXPO 2024 in Anaheim, California.
Sarah MacLeod, Marshall S. Filler,…Read More
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The 2024 ARSA Annual Conference will close on March 15 with a…Read More
In December, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) issued a notice to U.S. repair stations that it would no longer consider Special Approval applications for certificate extension. Pending new…Read More
On Jan. 31, the Federal Register published a notice of proposed rulemaking from the FAA that would amend § 145.109(d) to remove the requirement for repair stations to keep an…Read More