Reading Lee Ann Shay's editorial in last month’s issue (Inside MRO October, p. MRO 3), it appears that Airbus is attempting to restrict access to air carrier maintenance information by imposing a fee for its use despite the FAA’s policy on such practices. While MRO companies should worry about their financial well-being, and type certificate holders should ensure that proprietary information is protected, airlines must understand the FAA’s position on the requirements ...

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