Quick Question: Parts Importation
June 06, 2017
Several ARSA members have approached the association about problems importing aircraft parts into the United States for repair. Inconsistent application of customs rules has resulted in repair stations paying import duties on parts that should be exempt under the Agreement on Trade in Civil Aircraft. In addition to having to pay the government, companies report devoting considerable personnel resources to navigating customs rules and dealing with conflicting guidance from stakeholders.
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