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Global Business Resources: IATA Mobilization Initiative
The initiative is a means to standardize and simplify financial processes across the wide community of airline industry partners. The benefits of SIS e-invoicing include: electronic data interchange (EDI) at a worldwide scale with any participating airline, multi-party information sharing via a single connection, compliant e-invoicing in 42 countries, traceability, basic data validation and dispute process.
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New Year will Bring New IBR Rule
Starting Jan. 6, 2015, agencies will have to expend slightly more effort to incorporate materials by reference (IBR) into rulemaking documents.
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The One ARSA Missed: Type Certificated Cabbages?
On Nov. 12, the FAA corrected another seven-letter mistake in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) that ARSA and farmers around the world missed.
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ARSA IN THE NEWS


The People Have Spoken: What Did They Say?
Aviation Pros
Congratulations! If you're reading this, you survived another contentious, high-stakes, winner-take-all, feast or famine, glory or ruin, future-of-the-nation-at-stake congressional election. Frankly, you've earned a break, but this isn't the time to take one.
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Online Exclusive: How Will the MRO Community Fare in a GOP-Led Congress?
Aviation Pros
Election Day 2014 is over (for the most part). With just a couple a races outstanding, the makeup of the next Congress will be overwhelmingly Republican, as the GOP picked up seats in the House and flew into the Senate majority.
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Republicans Fly into the Capitol
MRO Network
Every few years, Congress is supposed to enact legislation that sets the FAA's funding levels and policy priorities for years into the future (known as "reauthorization"). With the current authorization (the FAA Modernization and Reform Act) expiring on September 30, 2015 lawmakers will be working toward a new FAA bill in the spring with the hope of completing it before October next year.
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ATEC Board of Directors Meet in Washington with Lawmakers and Industry Organizations
Aviation Pros
Last month the Aviation Technician Education Council (ATEC) board of directors held its annual meeting in Washington, D.C. The ATEC mission is to advocate for aviation maintenance schools in the areas of curriculum improvement, technical and financial support, while promoting mutually beneficial relations with government and industry groups.
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Graco Supply and 3M have teamed up to provide everything needed for your paint booth. Clean sanding, surface protection, masking tape, and more. Read more.
 


"Serious" Victory for FAA and Repair Stations
AIN Online
The FAA, responding to industry concern, has reinserted the word "serious" in the paragraph of 14 CFR Part 145 requiring repair stations to report to the agency within 96 hours failures, malfunctions or defects in articles received for work. A coalition of industry organizations submitted supportive comments highlighting that a plain reading of the service difficulty reporting requirements without the word "serious" would mean submitting information on everything that comes through the door, as repair stations only receive articles that need work because of failures, malfunctions or defects.
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INDUSTRY NEWS


Brookings to Legislators: Stop Worrying, Learn to Love Drones
Ars Technica
A report published this week by the Brookings Institution urges Congress not to respond to public concerns about the privacy implications of unmanned aircraft with a raft of drone-specific legislation. Instead, the focus should be on pervasive surveillance of all kinds — and the report's author — Gregory McNeal, a professor of law at Pepperdine University and a contributor to Forbes — believes that drones and automated surveillance may actually provide better privacy controls than are available for human surveillance.
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Lufthansa Technik Breaks Ground on Puerto Rico MRO Facility
AIN Online
Executives from Lufthansa Technik, airlines and the government broke ground on Nov. 13 for an Airbus A320 maintenance, repair and overhaul facility Lufthansa Technik is building in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.
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AAR To Support Design of MRO Facility in UAE
AAR
AAR has been selected by AMMROC (Advanced Military Maintenance Repair and Overhaul Center) to support in the design, outfitting, and integration of key areas of AMMROC's facility in Al Ain, UAE. The new facility will be one of the largest dedicated military Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) centers in the world.
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Spirit AeroSystems Europe Repair Station Receives FAA Certificate
Aviation Pros
Spirit AeroSystems, Inc., announced its Europe Repair Station in Prestwick, Scotland, has received FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) Part 145 Repair Station Certification to perform aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul.
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HAECO Selects Mxi Technologies' Maintenix MRO Edition to Support Growing Operations
Aviation Pros
Mxi® Technologies, the leader in aviation maintenance management software, recently announced that Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited (HAECO), a world-leading maintenance, repair and overhaul ("MRO") services provider, has selected the Maintenix® MRO Edition as its core software platform for managing maintenance operations at the company's facilities in Hong Kong.
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AAR: Creating Jobs for Veterans with Rags of Honor
AAR
Rags of Honor, a screen-printing organization in Chicago created to employ vets, today announced a partnership with global aerospace and defense company AAR that will provide the capital that Rags of Honor needs to expand and create more jobs.
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