ARSA: Foreign Repair Station Ban Costing Jobs, Curbing Expansion

A three-years-and-counting ban on U.S. FAA certification of foreign repair stations is stifling U.S. jobs and international expansion, the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) says. The finding comes from a survey ARSA conducted last month to gather data on the long-term ramifications of...

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