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Independence from Government Interference
As the U.S. commemorates the nation's independence, we need to remind lawmakers that policies initiated in our nation's capital are preventing aviation maintenance companies and their employees from celebrating. In order for America's aviation sector to enjoy continued growth, the FAA must be permitted to certificate new foreign repair stations.

Visit ARSAaction.org to sign your name to a pre-written letter to your lawmakers asking them to work with their colleagues to restore the FAA's ability to certificate new foreign repair stations.

Please pass the link to your coworkers, friends, family, employees and customers.
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ICA Resource Page Catalogues Background, ARSA Efforts
ARSA recently launched an issue page to provide background and a history of the association's work to ensure Instructions for Continued Airworthiness is made available at a fair and reasonable price to operators and maintenance providers. The association's ICA Efforts page will also feature the latest updates — from FAA letters to ARSA comments — regarding ICA policy.

Learn more about what ARSA is doing to improve the aviation maintenance industry's accessibility to this critical, required information.

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International Safety Conference Presentations Now Available
On June 12-14, the American and European aviation industries participated in a three-day event organized and co-chaired by the Federal Aviation Administration and the European Aviation Safety Agency.

The 2013 EASA/FAA International Aviation Safety Conference brought together industry stakeholders and regulators to foster a more global and integrated aviation system. Attendees heard from senior FAA and EASA officials as well as industry leaders on the importance of global policy harmonization and were able to sit in on more than a dozen panels focusing on the challenges and opportunities facing the industry.

The panelist presentations, as well as session reports on each panel, are now available on the EASA web site. Be sure to check out these valuable resources highlighting the current state of the global aviation safety regime and the path toward international regulatory harmonization.

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FAA Launches Guide on Exemption-Seeking
The Federal Aviation Administration recently unveiled an online training program to assist in submitting petitions for exemption.

The guidance provides answers to frequently asked questions, information on what to include in a petition, an introduction to two useful web sites, a petitions for exemption glossary and a link to Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

The online tool also addresses how to submit petitions and how long granted exemptions generally last. Newcomers to the petitions for exemption submission process are encouraged to check out all of the FAA's petition offerings at www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/rulemaking.

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Register for July's Live Online Training Classes Today!
ARSA is pleased to announce that recorded online training classes and webinars are now available for member purchase. ARSA's webinars with experts from Obadal, Filler, MacLeod & Klein address a variety of business and compliance issues confronting the aviation industry. Instructors will work off a PowerPoint presentation that will be provided to participants.

The association will resume live, weekly webinars starting July 10.

Date/Time: July 10, 2013, 12:00 noon EDT

Topic: Part 145 Primer

Instructor: Sarah MacLeod, Managing Member, Obadal, Filler, MacLeod & Klein, and Executive Director, ARSA

Description: This course covers 14 CFR Part 145, which governs FAA-certificated repair stations. The instructor discusses the rule and applicable guidance material and gives real-world examples of how the regulations and business do (or should) intersect. This curriculum is beneficial for management, supervisors, administrative personnel and persons issuing approvals for return to service.

Click here to register today as well as review the current inventory of webinar and online training class recordings. Check back often as courses will be continually added.

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FAA Safety Briefing July/August 2013
The July/August 2013 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on airman preparedness. Articles explore procedures, techniques and equipment that can help you stay ahead of the aviation safety curve and prepare for the unexpected. The feature articles in this issue include "What Would MacGyver Do?" — a look into aviation survival equipment; "Defensive Flying" — being prepared for the unexpected; and "Beyond the Checklist" — little things that can make a big difference when it comes to safety.
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ARSA Publications: Summer Sale
From June 21 through Sept. 20, take advantage of the ARSA summer publications sale — buy one publication, and get another one absolutely free!

Summer is all about lazy days with a good book. We don't have romance or mysteries, but who says an ARSA publication isn't just as good to read while lying on the beach?

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Sponsor the Aviation Maintenance Industry's Most Trusted Monthly Newsletter
ARSA's monthly publication the hotline reaches readers in hundreds of member companies, including certificated repair stations, manufacturers, air carriers and suppliers. ARSA members and federal employees receive the newsletter free of charge.

To learn how to advertise in the hotline, please click here.

To learn how your company can advertise on arsa.org as well as in the ARSA Dispatch, please visit http://arsa.org/advertise/.

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Interested in Exhibiting or Sponsoring the 2014 Repair Symposium?
As the maintenance industry's top event devoted exclusively to regulatory compliance, the ARSA Symposium attracts a highly qualified professional audience. Use this opportunity to promote your company while showing support for ARSA.
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INDUSTRY NEWS


Boeing Plans $28 Million Expansion
AviationPros
Boeing is planning a $28 million expansion of a maintenance hangar at Port San Antonio to make room for more aircraft and office personnel.
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KLM Set for Aircraft Service Surge
Business Weekly
Aviation maintenance specialist KLM UK Engineering is bolstering its workforce at Norwich International Airport by up to 30 to deal with an expected surge in aircraft flying in from around the world for servicing.
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AAR Earns No. 1 MRO Ranking in North America, No. 3 in World
AviationPros
To arrive at its rankings, Aviation Week examined 2012 revenues and airframe maintenance man-hours of MRO providers. AAR's total man-hours, at 4.6 million in 2012, represented a 33 percent increase from 2011. AAR's revenue rose to $2.065 billion in fiscal 2012.
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Ontic Announces the Opening of New Fuel Gauging and Measurement Systems Repair Facility in Singapore for Asia-Pacific Region
AviationPros
The Ontic facility will primarily focus on Boeing 777 and Airbus A318, A319 and A320 fuel measurement system product repairs as well as Boeing 737 Classic, Fokker and Airbus A300 aircraft. The repair operation is a satellite to Ontic's Cheltenham, U.K. facility and expands Ontic's global MRO services capabilities.
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