The chairman of the U.S. House Transportation Committee has proposed new legislation that would enhance FAA’s oversight of foreign repair stations. Unions representing U.S. mechanics and aviation safety inspectors have complained for years about the steady outsourcing of jobs to countries with weaker safety standards, particularly in Asia and South America. Among their top criticisms: FAA cannot inspect foreign facilities without prior notification; and not all countries require ...

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