Confusion within both the Federal Aviation Administration and the repair station community prompted the agency to cancel recently issued guidelines for inspectors, but the repair station industry remains concerned about what it says is FAA's disregard for following the law when issuing such material. The problematic guidelines were in Flight Standards Handbook Bulletin for Airworthiness (HBAW) No. 00-02. The bulletin was to become part of a handbook that provides guidance to repair ...
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