A three-years-and-counting ban on FAA certification of foreign repair stations is stifling U.S. jobs and international expansion, the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) says. That was the finding of a survey ARSA conducted last month to gather data on the long-term ramifications of the congressionally mandated ban. Congress called for the ban in 2007 after the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) missed an August 2004 deadline for issuing repair station security ...
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