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FAA Withdraws Suspension for ASI aircraft repair station.

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April 9, 2014 - Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) withdrew emergency order which suspended repair station certificate of Aviation Service, Inc. (ASI) in Lexington, KY. Order was withdrawn by FAA on March 11 after ASI met requirement to establish FAA-approved Employee Training Program (ETP). Initially, FAA issued suspension of ASI's certificate after it failed to establish required training program; agency determined emergency existed related to safety of traveling public.

FAA Withdraws Emergency Suspension for Aviation Services Inc. Repair Station

Federal Aviation Administration
800 Independence Ave, SW
Washington, DC, 20591

Press release date: April 1, 2014

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has withdrawn the emergency order that suspended the repair station certificate of Aviation Service, Inc. (ASI), a Lexington, Kentucky-based aircraft repair station.

The FAA withdrew the order on March 11 after ASI met the requirement to establish an FAA-approved Employee Training Program (ETP).

The FAA issued the emergency order suspending ASI’s certificate on February 6, after the company failed to establish the required training program, and the agency determined that an emergency existed related to the safety of the traveling public.

An FAA-approved ETP is critical to ensure that employees performing maintenance for a repair station are capable of completing such work.
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