FAA Addressing Foreign Repair Station Oversight Shortcomings

Credit: AF-KLM/Patrick Delapierre
The September’s closing of the FAA’s Frankfurt International Field Office will wrap up—on paper, at least—a multiyear transition that shifts oversight of most U.S. foreign repair stations based in Europe to European regulators. But a recent review by the U.S. Transportation Department, FAA’s parent...

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