Associations Seek 90-Day Extension For Part 145 Re-write Comments

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Nine associations today requested another 90 days to weigh in on FAA's proposed Part 145 re-write, citing--among other things--the impact that the rule would have on airline/repair station relationships. 

The comment period is set to end August 20, and nearly 170 public comments have been filed so far. The nine asking for more time:

  • Aeronautical Repair Station Association
  • Aerospace Industries Association
  • Aircraft Electronics Association
  • Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
  • Airlines for America
  • Helicopter Association International
  • National Air Carrier Association
  • National Air Transportation Association, and
  • Regional Airline Association

Peruse the full docket at this link.

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