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FAA-Provided PMA Course in Singapore

From Sept. 28-30, the FAA will conduct a Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA), commercial parts and standard parts course at the Singapore Aviation Academy.

The course is a top-level study of the FAA’s approval and acceptance of articles. It will provide instruction on relevant regulations and historical findings as well as include examples and descriptions from industry and agency perspectives.  For context, the course will provide an overview of the history of §§ 21.8 and 21.9.

The material will be presented by Robert Sprayberry. Thanks to his various experience engineering roles for Delta Air Lines, HEICO Aerospace, on contracts for the U.S. Air Force and as an FAA official, Sprayberry is internationally recognized as an expert in PMA and parts issues.

For a content outline and schedule, click here.

The course registration deadline is Aug. 31. For more information, contact Diane Migliori at +1.202.267.1029 or diane.migliori@faa.gov.



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