New ARSA report details benefits of aviation safety
from Aeronautical Repair Station Association
Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreements dramatically reduce regulatory compliance costs for the aviation maintenance industry and make repair stations more profitable, a new report from ARSA has found. The study conducted for ARSA by AeroStrategy, an international aviation consultancy, examined the economic impact of existing maintenance BASAs on certificated repair stations. "The implementation of maintenance bilaterals and increased maintenance contracting by airlines has coincided with the safest period in the history of civil aviation" ARSA Executive Director Sarah MacLeod said. "The new report proves that BASAs reduce costs for repair stations and make oversight more efficient."
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