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Review of Air Carriers’ Use of Aircraft Repair Stations: Audit Report
Alexis M. Stefani (ed). The objectives of this Audit Report were to determine if the FAA: (1) ensures that maintenance work at FAA-approved repair stations is performed by trained, qualified personnel & complies with approved maintenance procedures; (2) verifies that foreign civil aviation authorities conducting inspections on FAA’s behalf ensure that aircraft are adequately safeguarded, repairs are completed properly, & any identified deficiencies are corrected; & (3) monitors changes in air carriers’ maintenance expenses & repair station usage to identify notable trends & effectively target FAA’s surveillance resources. Focuses on FAA’s safety oversight of current requirements for domestic & foreign repair station operations & identifies where improvements are needed.
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