JAL, Rockwell Collins Oppose FAA’s Spoken English Requirement

A proposed tightening of the FAA’s English language proficiency requirements for key repair station employees is being criticized by Japan Airlines and Rockwell Collins. In its draft rewrite of Part 145 certification, the agency proposes that supervisory personnel, inspection personnel and anyone...

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