The furloughing of FAA inspectors and technical staff delayed routine approvals for a majority of repair stations surveyed by the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA), the trade group reports. Sixty-one percent of respondents to ARSAâ€™s survey report that tasks such as repair station manual approvals were put on hold due to the furloughs.Â Thirty repair stations participated in ARSAâ€™s survey. A lack of approvals to perform work cut into potential business, some say. ...
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