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Hotline Highlight: Enhancing MRO Efficiency Through Technology
The MRO is a key component to keeping aircraft in the air — safely and efficiently. The mechanic is called to do multiple things in servicing a component, an engine or an aircraft. These highly skilled and important functions are the heart and brain for the equipment and the industry.
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Election Analysis: Tuesday with ARSA
Change on Capitol Hill: What does it Mean for the Aviation Maintenance Industry?
As ARSA's legislative team continues to analyze the midterm election results and awaits the outcome of several tight contests, the Republicans are poised to pick up seats in the House of Representatives and take over the Senate majority.

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Know the New Part 145
The new repair station rule is effective on Nov. 10, 2014. Review every word in the "new" regulations as well as the "old"; when you have questions call ARSA first.
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"Serious" Victory for FAA and Repair Stations
Thanks to a coalition of aviation trade associations and the responsiveness of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) will retain seven important letters. The word "serious" has been reinserted into the paragraph of 14 CFR part 145 requiring repair stations to report failures, malfunctions or defects in articles received for work to the agency within 96 hours.
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FAA Amends Repair Station Rule
MRO Network
ARSA, Airlines for America (A4A) and MRO facilities across the US are celebrating a victory of common sense, after the FAA reinserted the word "serious" into its revision of paragraph 14 of Part 145 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).
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Canada Changing the Commercial Drone Game
Metro
Canada is flying high above other countries with their newest commercial drone-use policies.
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Airports and Air Traffic Management Working With Other Aviation Partners To Improve European Air Transport
Air Transport News
As a new European Commission begins work this week, European aviation industry partners are looking to underlining their commitment to the Single European Sky (SES).
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FAA Official: Small Drone Rule to Be Released by End of Year
National Defense Magazine
After years of waiting, a Federal Aviation Administration official said the agency was close to releasing a ruling that would give commercial entities greater access to fly small unmanned aerial system in the domestic airspace.
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CNN Special: The Future of Travel
CNN
Welcome to the most exciting time in history to be a traveler. Technology is changing how we move from Point A to Point B. Whether it's our work commute or an international vacation, the way we travel has never been more important.
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FAA Correction to Repair Station Rule
Rotor News
The FAA will correct a final rule on when repair stations are required to report defects in aircraft being repaired. The correction is scheduled for publication in the November 10 Federal Register. The notice reinserts the word "serious" before language calling on stations to report "failure, malfunction, or defect of an article" within 96 hours.
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The 2014 Operator's Manual for Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance: How to Ensure Minimal Risk
Aviation Pros
In 2005, the Federal Aviation ADMINISTRATION (FAA) completed the Operator’s Manual for Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance (Op’s Manual).
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AAR CEO Named To The President's Advisory Council On Doing Business In Africa
TheStreet
David P. Storch, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of AAR CORP., has been named to the President's Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa, a 15-member panel of private sector business leaders charged with helping the Administration strengthen commercial engagement between the United States and Africa.
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GE Aviation, Hamble Initiates Production of Airbus A350-1000's Wing Fixed Trailing Edge Package
AviTrader
Production of the wing fixed trailing edge package for Airbus' A350-1000 jetliner has begun at GE Aviation, Hamble, marking a new milestone in the largest design and manufacture contract awarded in the 78-year history of this GE Aviation Aerostructures business.
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