Opinion: EASA Should Prioritize Good Parts Over Paperwork Rules

Differences between parts paperwork required in the U.S. and Europe is causing headaches for U.S. repair stations.
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Does a government form make a part airworthy? Some think so. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) continues to create controversy and confusion by demanding an FAA Form 8130-3 or an EASA Form 1 accompany every new part used in maintenance subject to the U.S./EU Bilateral Agreement...

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