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2015 Legislative Day & Annual Repair Symposium


Registration is open for ARSA's 2015 Legislative Day and Annual Repair Symposium. Join aviation professionals from around the world and tackle issues that matter to the maintenance industry.
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Hotline Highlight: Many Signs of New Life
In March, ARSA will release its annual Global MRO Market Assessment. This year's release marks a special milestone for the consulting firm formerly known as TeamSAI, the association's partners in providing analysis and insight into the growing aviation maintenance market.
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ARSA on President's Budget: Politics Aside, Good Safety is Good Business
Daniel Fisher, vice president of legislative affairs for the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA), issued the following statement in response to President Obama’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) fiscal year 2016 budget proposal.
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Industry Opposes FAA 'Approval' Rule For Voluntary Repair Station Closures
Aviation Week
Ten aviation trade associations have petitioned FAA to wipe out a recently enacted rule change that took away a repair station's ability to voluntarily surrender its agency-approved certificate without FAA approval.

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ARSA Calls for Clarification on Certificates (MRO Network)

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Hangar at Paine Field Is Where Jetliners Go for Repairs
The Olympian
The airplanes were packed inside a nondescript hangar at Paine Field like jigsaw puzzle pieces.
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ARSA Calls for Clarification on Certificates
MRO Network
The Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) has asked the FAA to clarify if the new owner of a repair station can apply for an amended certificate rather than a new one.
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INDUSTRY NEWS


U.S. FAA grants 8 more exemptions for commercial use of drones
Reuters
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration recently said it had granted eight more exemptions for commercial use of small drones as the industry eagerly awaits new agency rules on the remote-controlled aircraft.
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American Airlines, Korean Air Announce Codeshare Agreement
TravelPulse
American Airlines and Korean Air have agreed to begin codesharing on the former's recently launched flights between Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Seoul's Incheon International Airport.
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Meet the Woman Who Is Shaping the Nation's Policy on Drones
Entrepreneur
When Lisa Ellman was eight years old, she drafted a policy document for her family.
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ICAO Forges Clear Strategic Agreement Amongst States and Industry as Landmark High Level Safety Event Draws to Successful Conclusion
Air Transport News
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) concluded its second High Level Safety Conference (HLSC) yesterday, with over 850 participants from its Member States and industry showing strong and united support for the UN body's near- and long-term strategic planning and priorities for global aviation safety.
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MIT's Entry in Dubai's 'Drones For Good' Contest Is a Drone Swarm that Can Land on Water
BetaBoston
When a team from MIT's Senseable City Lab flew to Dubai this weekend to participate in Drones for Good, a contest hosted by the UAE government, they brought a swarm of five amphibious drones in tow.
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