The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) released a long-awaited notice of proposed amendment (NPA) that would relieve parts documentation requirements imposed on EASA-certificated, U.S.-based repair stations through the U.S.-EU bilateral agreement’s Maintenance Annex Guidance (MAG).   The MAG essentially requires an EASA Form 1 equivalent (i.e., an FAA Form 8130-3) for new parts, creating what industry deems an impossible situation since production approval holders ...

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