A year ago, the stage was set for a notable burst of new and revised regulations aimed directly at the aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) community. Civil aviation authorities did not disappoint.  In the U.S., the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) issued long-awaited security rules for repair stations, and the FAA pushed out the latest revision to its Part 145 regulation governing all U.S.-approved repair stations, including some 700 on foreign soil. Most in the ...

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