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New FAA, Transport Canada Maintenance Implementation Procedures Available

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Transport Canada’s Civil Aviation Directorate (TCCA) have signed a new Maintenance Implementation Procedures (MIP) agreement. Download the document here (note: it is a 1.0mb .pdf file). The MIP was signed Aug. 31. Advisory Circular 43-10B, which will provide guidance on the MIP, will be released “soon,” the agency told ARSA. ARSA will keep its members informed.



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