“Moving Letter” Added to Tools for Members

ARSA has added a new document to the “tools” it makes available free to members: a “moving letter.”

The new template attempts to outline the information a company should provide to the FAA about its plans for moving to a new facility. It defines procedures related to transferring equipment and personnel, managing activity at both locations during the moving period, and assures the agency that work will continue to be accomplished in accordance with part 43 and the repair station manual and quality system.

The letter was developed in support of specific association members. As it often does, ARSA turned that real-world experience into a generic resource for use by all repair stations.

For a basic overview of the regulatory requirements impacting a facility move, review the “member asked” shared in the January 2023 “hotline highlight” at

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