Transport Canada May Ease MRO Regulations in 2019

Credit: Air Canada

The second largest MRO segment in the region is Canada, which will generate $17.2 billion from 2021 to 2030, according to Aviation Week forecast data. Just under half of this will be from engine maintenance. However, overall fleet size and aftermarket growth will decrease slightly over the decade.
Some milder regulatory winds may soon blow from the north of the Americas. In 2019, Transport Canada will re-evaluate its authority to issue monetary penalties for non-compliance with operator manuals, plans and procedures, predicts TC spokesperson Sau Sau Liu. Although Canadian aviation regulations...

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