On July 28, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) issued long-promised guidance adopting ARSA's position regarding when an on-airport repair station is responsible for large aircraft on its property under the new aircraft repair station security regulation.
In a quick turnaround, the Aircraft Maintenance Division responded within two days to ARSA's question about airframe-rated repair stations with line maintenance authorization performing major repairs and alterations. The agency agreed with the association's interpretation...
In most public opinion polls, the general populace indicates that the work of the FAA is needed and more, not less, of its work is appropriate. For 20, maybe 30, years the Congress has made it clear that the FAA will continue to get fewer dollars for its budget.
On July 23, the House Aviation Subcommittee held a hearing titled "Domestic Aviation Manufacturing: Challenges and Opportunities" to discuss the various governmental issues plaguing the aviation industry.
As the aviation world converges on Osh Kosh, Wisconsin, for EAA Airventure, ARSA takes a moment to celebrate Max Lloyd Burnette.
Nearly 300 passengers perish when their plane is shot out of the sky.
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