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).
A separate issue page is available for Drug & Alcohol Testing.
The latest ARSA news regarding operations requirements is below; click here for archived items.
The challenge of turning youthful energy into aviation career ambition demands early and constant contact with students. The best age to introduce a child to aviation and aerospace is “as…Read More
On Dec. 2, the FAA will present updates regarding maintenance and airworthiness agreements between the United States and the United Kingdom that will become effective on Jan. 1, 2021. The…Read More
On Nov. 10, ARSA Vice President of Operations Brett Levanto participated in Global ATS-V. The international event was the online replacement for multiple aviation training trade shows overseen annually by…Read More
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For the use of its members and the larger aviation community, ARSA is maintaining this page as a resource for virus-related updates on policy initiatives and business needs. Please bookmark…Read More
To keep tabs on all of ARSA’s work related to the current pandemic, visit arsa.org/anti-viral-measures.
To review FAA-provided resources via the agency’s website, go to www.faa.gov/coronavirus or the Central FSIMS…Read More