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FAA on Voluntary Surrender: A Bad Rule to Pursue Bad Actors
On July 13, the FAA denied the industry's rulemaking petition to reinstate a repair station's right to voluntarily surrender its certificate. Stay tuned as the association continues to pursue guaranteed rights for all certificate holders.
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ARSA Works: Continue in Service
On July 9, ARSA delivered a letter to the FAA aircraft maintenance division regarding the removal and reinstallation of components — a practice affectionately referred to as "salvaged part," "cannibalized part," "part recovery" or "continue-in-service" processes. ARSA asserted that a repair station's rating allows it to make continue in service determinations on internal or attached articles.
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2015 Audits Survey
ARSA is administering this survey to determine the audit burden placed on the contract maintenance industry; it will quantify issues of common concern regarding the untenable reality of non-stop, overlapping and duplicative audits. Ensure your company's voice is heard and provide an anonymous response.
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ARSA IN THE NEWS


More FAA Rules on Alternative Parts "Redundant"
MRO Network
The Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) and Airlines for America have joined other aviation bodies in rejecting potential new legislation that would impose further requirements relating to the identification and marking of life-limited and influencing parts.
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MRO Community to New TSA Administrator: Help Us Help You
MRO Network
Daniel Fisher, vice-president of legislative affairs at ARSA, writes for MRO Network about what lies ahead for recently appointed TSA administrator Peter Neffenger.
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INDUSTRY NEWS


No Pain, No Gain at AAR
MRO Network
The past 12 months have been a period of transformation for AAR. After diversifying its product offering in the 2000s, the largest independent MRO in the U.S. — and the third largest in the world — made the decision to refocus on its core services business.
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GE Measurement & Control Introduces First Industrial Computed Tomography (CT) Operator Training Course
AviationPros
GE's Inspection Academy today introduced the first course of its kind to train operators for industrial computed tomography (CT). As advanced 3D technology becomes more prominent in industrial quality control and metrology, the demand for CT operators and analysts is surging.
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EASA Consults on Simpler Rules for Aircraft Maintenance in General Aviation
European Aviation Safety Agency
The objective to make maintenance rules for General Aviation simpler and lighter is coming a step closer to reality. Today the Agency's Part-M Light proposal was put forward for consultation, a significant milestone in the process.
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How dependable are your aircraft reliability reports?
Ramco Systems
Let’s face it – there are no 2 ways about aircraft safety. Reliability reports generated through journey logs provide insight on flight usage along with consumption details of attached parts and components. Now imagine a scenario wherein the data provided in the reports are incorrect. Such inaccurate reports may result in life threatening danger due to the failure of critical components of the aircraft. Are you willing to put the life of your passengers at risk? Review your MRO IT Software now.
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Aviation Maintenance School's Growth Leads to Waiting List
Herald Mail Media
The Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics (PIA) aviation maintenance school in Hagerstown has been expanding, and now has a waiting list for classes.
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Education Bill Would Offer States More Control
The South Reporter
School may be out for the summer, but lawmakers have an important assignment to complete in the coming days. A bill to reform America's education system is headed to the Senate floor for the first time in eight years and it places special attention on preparing students for STEM careers.
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First Electric Planes Fly Over English Channel
AviationPros
Airbus recently flew its electric plane across the English Channel for the first time — hours after an independent French pilot made a similar voyage, beating the aeronautics giant in this symbolically important step toward making electronic flight viable in the long term.
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