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FAA has reiterated that manufacturers cannot specify where inspections and other mandatory work on their products is performed, but left open the question of what fair compensation is for the proprietary maintenance instructions that a repair station may need to do the...

source: Aviation Week

On Monday, April 14 EASA launched their new and updated website. The new design offers a greater user interface and enhanced navigation capabilities.


The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Aviation Administration recently announced the completion of a nationwide infrastructure upgrade that will enable air traffic controllers to track aircraft with greater accuracy...

source: Federal Aviation Administration

Effectively working through the federal rulemaking process is the only way that you can hope to operate in the best-possible regulatory environment. If you're going to invest time and resources into submitting comments then your efforts...


The global accident rate for airline flights in 2013 was the lowest on record, according to an international standard-setting group, underscoring a steady improvement in airline safety despite recent attention on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

source: The Wall Street Journal

Maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) industry officials are claiming that FAA employees and managers are in some cases imposing ad hoc rules on MRO companies. They claim the FAA officials are improperly using the FAA's internal online flight standards information management...

source: AVweb


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