Portions of 14 CFR that cover aircraft operations, some of which also impact the maintenance providers that service the operator’s equipment, include part 39 (ADs), part 91 (General Operating Rules), part 119 (Air Carrier Certification Rules), part 120 (drug and alcohol programs), part 121 (Air Carrier Operating Rules), part 125 (Commercial Operators), part 129 (Foreign Air Carriers), part 133 (Rotorcraft – External Loads), part 135 (Commuter/On Demand Operators), and part 137 (Agricultural Operators).
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The latest ARSA news regarding operations requirements is below; click here for archived items.
ARSA Executive Vice President Christian A. Klein returned from Cologne on Dec. 2 after participating in the annual Maintenance Management Team (MMT) meeting. Through the MMT, four of the leading…Read More
March 12-15, 2024
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Arlington, Virginia and Washington, D.C. with Livestream Options for Conference Ambassadors
Experience the maintenance community’s premier event. Join ARSA…Read More
“Appliance” – Why Do You Care?
A Practical Question in 14 CFR Compliance
This session allows participants with confirmed knowledge of the regulatory definition of “appliance” to put the term…Read More
On Nov. 16, the FAA agreed with ARSA and the Aircraft Electronics Association in determining its new OpSpec D090 for Repair Stations was not supported by a regulatory requirement. The…Read More
Airlines for America’s Engineering, Maintenance, and Materiel Council (EMMC) is accepting nominations for the 2024 Nuts & Bolts Awards. The awards, granted to an airline and non-airline recipient each year,…Read More