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Quick Question – Parts Documentation for Bilateral Compliance

The FAA recently withdrew its of approval of ARSA’s E100 form, which has been used by U.S. repair stations for more than half a decade to satisfy parts documentation requirements for new articles under the U.S.-EU Maintenance Annex Guidance and Technical Implementation Procedures. Your response to the following questions supports ARSA’s efforts to clarify relevant policy and find a workable alternative.

Please respond to this month’s Quick Question only if you represent a part 145 repair station in the United States with European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approval.

For purposes of these questions, “new parts” refers only to parts purchased by your company for installation on a product under EASA’s jurisdiction.

If the embedded survey does not appear below, use the following URL to access the questionnaire in your browser: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/bilateralparts.

Note: The question is displayed in its own, embedded window. If the “Done” button is not visible on the screen, you must scroll within the survey window in order to submit your response.

For more information about this or any other question, contact Brett Levanto (brett.levanto@arsa.org).



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