The FAA wants to tighten up its requirements for aircraft maintenance outsourcing, proposing changes in the rules to “ensure consistency between contract and in-house carrier maintenance and assist the FAA in its oversight responsibilities.” It also proposes to apply its tightened rules not only to scheduled service carriers under Part 121 regulations, but also to most commuter and on-demand carriers operating under Part 135 regulations. Airlines already are primarily responsible for ...


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