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H.R. 145, a bill to restrict the use of foreign repair stations by U.S. airlines

Hearing before the Subcommittee on Aviation of the Committee on Transportation ... Congress, first session, October 9, 1997

by United States

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Published by For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages263
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Open LibraryOL7377100M
ISBN 100160565642
ISBN 109780160565649

ALEXANDRIA, VA, November 1, – The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) inability to certificate new foreign repair stations is preventing U.S. companies from accessing international markets and stifling job creation in the United States, a new Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) analysis has found. In , Congress directed the Transportation Security Administration. Certification of foreign repair stations: Special requirements. • Not applicable. Change or renewal of certificates. (A) Each of the following requires the certificate holder to apply for a change in a repair station certificate, on a form and in the manner prescribed by the Administrator: 1.

  Certification of Foreign Repair Stations. TTD has long made the point that foreign repair stations should only be certified to work on U.S. aircraft that are engaged in international travel. There are currently over foreign repair stations certified by the FAA – an increase of percent since the FAR rules were amended in FAA Certified Repair Station: An introduction to the requirements and privilege of becoming a Certified Part Repair Station. This video covers the types of repair station ratings along with what it takes to become and remain certified.

The bill requires that each bill, order, resolution, or vote submitted by Congress to the President be limited to one subject which shall be clearly expressed in the measure's or vote's title. Any provision of law that provides an exception in its application to a Member of Congress or an employee of such Member shall have no effect. Novem Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration 14 CFR Pa 91 and Docket No. FAA; Notice No.


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H.R. 145, a bill to restrict the use of foreign repair stations by U.S. airlines by United States Download PDF EPUB FB2

H.R. A BILL TO RESTRICT THE USE OF FOREIGN REPAIR STATIONS BY U.S. AIRLINES THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, U.S. House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Aviation, Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, Washington, DC.

Page 15 PREV PAGE TOP OF DOC The subcommittee met, pursuant to call, at a.m., in RoomRayburn House Office Building, Hon. H.R. a bill to restrict the use of foreign repair stations by U.S. airlines: hearing before the Subcommittee on Aviation of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, first session, October 9, Use of foreign repair stations by U.S.

airlines: hearing before the Subcommittee on Aviation of the Com Use of foreign repair stations by U.S. airlines [microform]: hearing before the Subcommittee on Aviatio H.R.a bill to restrict the use of foreign repair stations by U.S. airlines. New FAA foreign repair stations may be issued a certificate based on certification of the CAA of the country where the repair station is located, if there is a bilateral agreement in effect.

This AC is also applicable for repair stations located within the United States who want EASA Part privileges to maintain European-registered aircraft and associated parts.

CANCELLATION. This AC cancels ACRepair Station Guidance for Compliance with the Safety Agreement between the United States and European Union, dated March 9 File Size: 79KB. Related Bills: H.R — th Congress ()All Information (Except Text) A related bill may be a companion measure, an identical bill, a procedurally-related measure, or one with text relationships are identified by the House, the Senate, or CRS, and refer only to.

hpw BILL NUMBER: H.R. HEARING DATE: 10/09/ HEARING TITLE: H.R. A Bill to Restrict the Use of Foreign Repair Stations by U.S. Airlines SUBCOMMITTEE: Aviation PUBLICATION NUMBER: hpw HEARING DATE: 10/08/ HEARING TITLE: Fiscal Year U.S.

General Services Administration Leasing Program and General. § Notification of hazardous materials authorizations. (a) Each repair station must acknowledge receipt of the part or part operator notification required under §§ (e) and (e) of this chapter prior to performing work for, or on behalf of that certificate holder.

repairs are completed according to FAA standards. Unlike U.S. repair stations, foreign repair stations must first demonstrate a need to obtain an FAA certificate—that is, the facility must show that it has potential customers with U.S.-registered aircraft.

Also, foreign repair station certificates are only valid for a 1- to 2-year period. maintenance performed by foreign repair stations. Foreign repair stations are an essential part of aviation. Foreign repair stations are a necessary part of the international aviation system.

Any effort to restrict the use or number of such facilities would likely lead to retaliatory trade actions by other countries. § Certification of foreign repair stations: Special requirements. Before applying under §, an applicant for a foreign repair station certificate must notify the FAA office having jurisdiction over the area in which the applicant is located of his intention to so apply and send that office a statement of his reasons for wanting a.

FAA-certificated repair stations located outside the United States are under the provisions of 14 CFR part The certification of foreign repair stations is a response to the need to perform maintenance on or an alteration/modification of aeronautical products subject to U.S.

airworthiness regulations in foreign countries. Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 8) to require a background check for every firearm sale, and providing for consideration of the bill (H.R.

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To retain the level of safety established by certification of a repair station under partbut to lessen the impact to those repair stations performing line maintenance or other maintenance not normally associated with a requirement to have housing to enclose the entire aircraft, the FAA is proposing, in § (b), to provide relief.

foreign repair stations has grown tremen-dously to meet the globalization of air travel and maintenance demands. At last count, there were approximately 5, Part repair stations.

The repair station certificate is an actual certificate, titled Air Agency Certificate, and must be available on the premises. U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration Independence Avenue, SW Washington, DC () tell-FAA (() ). Regulatory Brief FAA proposes significant regulatory changes for repair stations The issue: On August 6,the FAA issued its final rule with changes to 14 CFR § (Part ), the regulations governing certification of aircraft repair stations.

(a) A certificated repair station under the managerial control of another certificated repair station may operate as a satellite repair station with its own certificate issued by the FAA.A satellite repair station - (1) May not hold a rating not held by the certificated repair station with managerial control; (2) Must meet the requirements for each rating it holds.

its scope. Foreign authorities now inspect EU-basedrepair stations that perform maintenance on U.S.-registered aircraft and componentson FAA’s behalf. EASA is the regulatory authority that represents foreign authorities on technical issues related to the Agreement and ensures that U.S.-based repair stations continue to.

Initial Certification of Foreign Repair Stations after August 3, 1) Background. a) Public Lawdated August 3,Sec.Repair Station Security, updated Title 49 of the United States Code (49 U.S.C.) § These updates concerned suggestions from the Commission, including the following provision (emphasis added).

Earlier this week the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) published its final rule concerning security for aircraft repair stations. This final rule, which creates 49 CFR Part —Aircraft Repair Station Security, deals specifically with FAA-certified Part aircraft repair stations.

Conspicuously missing from the final rule are many of the expensive unfunded security.and foreign repair stations has grown tremendously to meet the globalization of air travel and maintenance demands. At last count, there were approximately 5, Part repair stations.

The repair station certificate is an actual certificate, titled Air .Sec. - Maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alterations performed for certificate holders under parts, andand for foreign air carriers or foreign persons operating a U.S.-registered aircraft in common carriage under part