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AIA Supports New Regulations on aircraft repair security.

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January 20, 2014 - In her statement supporting new aircraft repair station security rule published by U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA), AIA President and CEO Marion C. Blakey commended actions taken to "balance the requirements to bolster security while also opening up new maintenance and repair options for airlines and industry." This is in light of, according to Blakey, a "log jam" which prevented 80+ repair stations from receiving certification review by FAA.

Aerospace Industries Association

1000 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 1700, Arlington, VA, 22209-3928, USA

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AIA Supports New Aircraft Repair Security Regulations

Press release date: January 10, 2014

Statement by Aerospace Industries Association President and CEO Marion C. Blakey supporting new aircraft repair station security rule published by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

Arlington, Va. – Today’s release of new regulations outlining security improvements for domestic and foreign repair stations marks the end of a prohibition on the approval of new repair stations by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).   The Aerospace Industries Association is pleased that the U.S. aviation industry once again will be able to resume normal operations and be competitive globally.

The regulations will break a log jam that had prevented more than 80 repair stations from receiving certification review by FAA.  Congress had prohibited the certification of new foreign repair stations until issuance of this rule by TSA.

We commend the government’s actions to balance the requirements to bolster security while also opening up new maintenance and repair options for airlines and industry.

CONTACT: Dan Stohr
(703) 358-1078 office
(703) 517-8173 mobile
dan.stohr@aia-aerospace.org

-AIA-
Founded in 1919 shortly after the birth of flight, the Aerospace Industries Association is the most authoritative and influential trade association representing the nation’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of civil, military and business aircraft, helicopters, unmanned aircraft systems, space systems, aircraft engines, homeland and cybersecurity systems, materiel and related components, equipment services and information technology.

Keith Mordoff
Asst. VP – Communications
Aerospace Industries Association
703-358-1075, office
240-338-1255, cell

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