An industry watchdog is expanding its reach in an effort to educate a broader audience on the restrictive OEM aftermarket. In response to a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) call for information on the availability of repair data, the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) made the case for an intervention, arguing that widespread anticompetitive practices by design approval holders (DAH) negatively affect repair stations, their customers and the general public. The FTC workshop, ...

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