The finalized U.S.-certified repair station security rule, a significantly scaled back version of what the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) originally proposed in 2009, is a reflection of industry feedback that sought a more focused, purpose-driven set of regulations. The rule, mandated by Congress more than a decade ago and set for publication on Jan. 13, applies to some 4,700 Part 145 FAA-certified repair stations. But in a major concession to both industry wishes and ...
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