Repair stations and OEMs are at loggerheads over the matter of data.
A small Washington, D.C.-based association raised a firestorm last spring when it brought to Congress one of its long-standing issues that had idled for years. The Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) convinced House legislators to include a provision in a sweeping aviation bill that would have required original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to furnish maintenance manuals for any aircraft or aircraft part to any person required by the FARs to comply with the terms of the ...
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