FAA Imposes Two-Year Cooling-Off Period For Certain Safety Inspectors

FAA is imposing a two-year waiting period before a certificate holder can hire certain former FAA inspectors for jobs that would require interaction with the agency. The rule, which takes effect Oct. 21, applies to both scheduled and non-scheduled carriers, factional ownership providers, maintenance...

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