ARSA Dispatch
Jun. 10, 2015

Celebrate the Maintenance Workforce, Help Build its Future

To grow the aviation maintenance workforce of the future, the industry must celebrate those young, talented professionals already working on flight lines and in component shops every day to ensure the safety of the global flying public. More

Updated Regulatory Compliance Training — § 145.211(a)–(b)

Thanks to the sharp eyes of hotline readers, ARSA was able to correct an error in this month's Regulatory Compliance Training.More

ARSA Releases Working Away Advisory for Industry Comment

Conditions under which a repair station works away from its fixed location have changed dramatically over the years. More

Reducing Audits: Symposium Success & Industry Survey

Connections made at the association's premier event can have immediate business impact: A member attending this year's Annual Repair Symposium successfully eliminated an unnecessary review of its foreign repair station. More

Hotline Highlight: Changing Laws and Drug Testing

The hotline — ARSA's premier member newsletter — has gone to the presses (metaphorically). Here's a highlight from this month's edition: "Recreational or Medical" Marijuana vs FAA/DOT Drug Testing.More

AMT Next-Gen Aircraft Maintenance Professional Awards
To celebrate the Next Generation of Aircraft Maintenance Professionals, AMT is proud to announce its Next-Gen Awards Program. More

Aviation Week's 60 Years At The Paris Air Show
Aviation Week

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Aviation leaders watching Sept. 30 deadline for reauthorizing FAA
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Aviation industry leaders are looking anxiously but optimistically at lawmakers successfully meeting a Sept. 30 deadline for legislation for reauthorizing the Federal Aviation Administration.More

HFI Now Accepting Michelle North And Bill Sanderson Scholarship Applications
Aero-News Network
The Helicopter Foundation International (HFI) recently began accepting applications for the Michelle North Scholarship for Safety and up to eight Bill Sanderson Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) Scholarships.More

TNT Airways Signs With AFI KLM E&M For GE90 Engine Support For Its Boeing 777F Fleet
AFI KLM E&M and TNT Airways announced today the signature of a flight-hour agreement covering the support of the GE90-110B engines powering the airline's 777 Freighters fleet.More

Spirit AeroSystems Announces Leadership Changes to Drive Ongoing Transformation
Spirit AeroSystems Inc. announced several senior leadership changes, reflecting further advancement in the company's transformation strategy. More

Winners of GAMA/Build a Plane STEM Competition Build Glasair Airplane
CHEF Homeschoolers, the winners of the third GAMA/Build A Plane Aviation Design Challenge, will spend the next two weeks building a Glasair Sportsman airplane at Glasair Aviation in Arlington, Washington. CHEF Homeschoolers, the winners of the third GAMA/Build A Plane Aviation Design Challenge, will spend the next two weeks building a Glasair Sportsman airplane at Glasair Aviation in Arlington, Washington.More

Global Airline Industry to Undertake Infrastructure, Fuel Price and Talent Challenges to Meet Growing Demand, According to PwC US
The demand for air travel is expected to double over the next 20 years. To be able to accommodate this growth, the global airline industry needs to adapt swiftly to three key challenges.More

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