Regulatory Inconsistency Challenges U.S. Repair Stations

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Confusion between FAA and EASA parts documentation requirements is causing headaches for U.S. repair stations.
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Thanks to “big data,” “machine learning” and intelligence (both human and so-called “artificial”), predictive maintenance has long been used to limit costs and aircraft downtime. The technical possibility of seeing faults before they occur merely highlights what cannot be foreseen by software. We...

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