It is not just Congress that is, with certain provisions in FAA authorization bills, threatening international trade in MRO. The Transportation Security Administration has gotten into the act, proposing new requirements for security and security inspections of foreign repair stations, including off-airport facilities. Failure to comply with these requirements could threaten loss of FAA certification to work on American aircraft. One KLM E&M manager, attending the Aeronautical Repair ...
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