Opinion: Improving Aviation Policy Requires Persistence

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ARSA’s battle against problematic maintenance annex guidance changes demonstrates the need for persistence.

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The wheels of government move slowly, so making aviation policy better demands persistence. ARSA’s efforts to press regulators for reasonable interpretations of the law may last months or even years. A case in point is the association’s eight-year campaign to facilitate U.S. industry compliance with...

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