TSA Ban On MROs Impacting Airline Business

Credit: Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings
A backlog of foreign repair station applications created by a byzantine U.S. congressional mandate is forcing airlines to reconsider both expansion and contract maintenance strategies, because desired stations don't have FAA-approved shops to work on U.S.-registered aircraft. FAA has been legally...

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