ARSA Requests FAA Halt Unapproved Data Collection February 01, 2018 Key SMS form does not have OMB paperwork OK Data Collection Tool Certificate holders likely to voluntarily Submit Marshall S. Filler, Managing Director…
FAA Asks Industry To Help Improve MRO Guidance FAA wants/needs your input Your real world experiences with all FAA sources MATTER Think data, SMS and risks Working group will evaluate advisory material, policies and…
“You Can’t Fly Without Us: The World of Aviation Maintenance” is a documentary produced by ARSA developed as part of the Leading Edge video series.
The blind insertion of a new project into the FAA’s list of regulatory projects is not an expert exercise of legislative initiative. Transparent prioritization is the right policy.
ARSA conducted a survey to quantify the extent of the impact of this technician deficit plus it cast the personnel problem into revenue loss.
Every four years, Washington’s lobbyists respond to the Presidential election. Here’s what the aviation associations have to say.
ARSA issued a press release, entitled “FAA Consistency Board May Rein In Regulatory ‘Wild West’”, announcing the early actions of the Regulatory Consistency Communication Board. It will be interesting to see if RCCB has the power to enforce its determinations—without that there will be no consistency in the real world.
The above Reauthorization countdown clock is a superb reminder of Aviation’s equivalent of Doomsday is speeding towards the industry; for when that clock reaches ZERO without legislative action, the FAA will hold no statutory authority. The clock is ticking; you might want to include the ARSA clock in your computer’s bookmarks.