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Aviation Safety: FAAńˇ╗s Risk-Based Oversight for Repair Stations Could Benefit from Additional Airline Data and Performance Metrics
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Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is responsible for overseeing nearly 4,800 FAA-certified repair stations in the U.S. and in foreigh countries. While U.S. airlines rely on repair stations for much of their maintenance, some aviation stakeholders have questioned FAAńˇ╗s oversight of foreign repair stations. This report examined maintenance contracting trends and FAA oversight of repair stations. It assesses: (1) trends and factors influencing airline maintenance contracting from 2010 through 2014; (2) how FAAńˇ╗s oversight of foreign and domestic repair stations differs and sssociated challenges; and (3) efforts taken by FAA to improve its risk-based oversight. Includes recommendations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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