The old Enforcement regime has been replaced. Whitewash applied to 2015 would be anachronistic.
Sixteen years of hard restoration work by aviation professionals, and many hours of certifying and unique compliance guidance by the FAA made the B-29 Doc airworthy again!
Three articles suggest that the MRO business is doing well, is working to train its future AMTs and is actively attracting future MX talent.
The Aerospace Maintenance Competition is a world class event, sponsored by Snap-on Tools, held at the MRO Americas 2016 Convention, April 5 to 7, at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in Dallas.
Should the FAA throw a red flag and issue a penalty or should it show a white flag symbolic of trying to find a win/win solution?
No more cumbersome, paper-based maintenance records.
This appears to be a crisis for which the FAA, NTSB and NASA should be part of the solution.
Why has the FAA discontinued their applicability to GA aircraft?