Talk to TSA at MRO Americas

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Do you have questions about the new Part 145 repair station security rule that TSA recently released? If so, attend the following session at Aviation Week's MRO Americas Conference & Exhibition in Phoenix. Interact with Washingtonians Zach Carder and Sarah MacLeod to get all of your questions answered.

Thursday April, 10, 2014 from 11:15 am – 12:15 pm

Session 34 TSA Repair Station Security Rule
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has finally released repair station security rules on January 13, 2014, subsequently lifting the ban on FAA certification of new Part 145 foreign repair stations. These rules affect repairs stations that are on or near to certain airports to implement certain security procedures to prevent unauthorized operation of large aircraft that are left unattended. This session will provide in-depth analysis on these security directives and how these measures will impact your MRO operations, domestically and internationally.

Moderator: Sarah MacLeod, Executive Director, ARSA (Aeronautical Repair Station Association)

Zach Carder, Engagement Manager – General Aviation, Office of Security Policy and Industry Engagement, TSA, DHS 

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