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Hotline Highlight: [Net]Work Together
Sarah has already described how important industry-wide cooperation is for ARSA and its members. Individually, we complete work and serve customers. Together, we enhance the maintenance industry and protect the flying public.
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Aviation Resources: Government-Provided Training
ARSA staff members frequently search for resources, guides and tools that might be useful for our members as they work to ensure global aviation safety.
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FAA Issues Repair Station Rule
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a final rule changing aspects of 14 Code of Federal Regulation part 145 based upon a notice of proposed rulemaking from 2012. The proposal contained multiple changes that were not adopted; the final rule deals with several issues not contemplated by the notice.
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FAA Scales Back New Repair Station Rule
Aviation Week
FAA has scaled back its latest revamp of the repair station regulations, eliminating a proposed new ratings system and several other significant changes that drew fire from industry following the draft rule's release.
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INDUSTRY NEWS


ACLU: The fear is, police drones in NC could 'surveil' you, warrant-free
Triangle Business Journal
The ink is dry on North Carolina's drone regulations — but that's not thwarting controversy over the new technology.
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AAR Selected by SkyWest Airlines to Service E-175 Landing Gear
AviationPros
AAR (NYSE: AIR) has signed an agreement with SkyWest Airlines to overhaul landing gear on its fleet of 40 Embraer 175 commercial passenger jets.
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IATA: Passenger Traffic Growth Stays Strong in June — Slight Slowing from May
IATA
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for June showing a modest deceleration in demand growth compared to the prior month. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 4.7 percent over the year-ago period, which was below the 6.2 percent year-on-year increase recorded in May 2014. June capacity (available seat kilometers or ASKs) increased by 5.0 percent, causing load factor to slip 0.2 percentage points to 81.5 percent.
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TIMCO Receives FAA Certification for Flammability Testing
The-Dispatch
TIMCO Aerosystems, a division of TIMCO Aviation Services, announced that it has received Federal Aviation Administration certification for flammability testing by its product testing laboratory at its Wallburg aircraft interiors facility.
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Southwest Airlines Traffic Up 6.6 Percent in July
The Wall Street Journal
Southwest Airlines Co. said passenger traffic jumped 6.6 percent in July from a year earlier as the carrier flew fuller planes.
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Delta, Boeing — On Opposite Sides — Appeal to Congress on Ex-Im Reauthorization
Air Transport World
Delta Air Lines refutes Boeing's claims that export credit financing from the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. (Ex-Im) does not harm U.S. carriers and calls for reform of the institution when Congress debates its reauthorization.
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NTSB Announces Safety Study on Drug Use in Aviation
Occupation Health & Safety
The National Transportation Safety Board announced that investigators are completing work on a study of drug use trends in aviation. Acting Chairman Christopher A. Hart had the following to say in testimony before the House Subcommittee on Government Operations on the federal government's response to marijuana legalization as it pertains to transportation policy.
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Haeco Results Likely To Be Hit by Labor Shortage in Hong Kong
South China Morning Post
A shortage of labor is limiting Hong Kong's position in the aircraft maintenance industry even though it is home to the world's No. 2 service provider.
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Spirit AeroSystems Announces Public Stock Offering by Existing Equity Holders
Benzinga
Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc today announced that it intends to commence a public secondary offering of 8,557,155 shares of class A common stock.
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IATA Welcomes US DOT Final Approval of Resolution 787
Air Transport World
IATA said it has welcomed the decision by the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to grant final approval of Resolution 787, the foundation document for the New Distribution Capability (NDC).
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SAA and Boeing to Develop Tobacco Plant Jet Fuel
Air Cargo News
South African Airways (SAA) and Boeing have joined forces to develop an environmentally-friendly jet fuel produced from a new type of tobacco plant.
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Schumer: 'We Do Not Want a Drone Flying Into the Engine of a Jetliner'
PJ Media
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said uniform, federal rules about drone use need to be crafted soon to prevent a potentially catastrophic event above U.S. skies. "Drones do many good things. They are great for law enforcement. They are used to fight forest fires, see where they are, many other places. But there are some dangers too; safety."
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Spirit Airlines and Association of Flight Attendants Reach Tentative Agreement
AviTrader
Spirit Airlines and its flight attendants, represented by the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA), reached a tentative agreement for a five-year contract.
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