Inefficient certification processes are delaying hundreds of new applications for aircraft operations and repair stations, says Jeffrey Guzzetti, assistant inspector general for aviation audits for the U.S. Transportation Department. The agency’s ability to process new applications was just one of several areas of its oversight that came under scrutiny yesterday in a House of Representatives aviation subcommittee hearing, with other concerns involving the agency’s ability to keep up ...

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