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Aviation Safety: Issues Related to Domestic Certification and Foreign Approval of U.S. Aviation Products: Congressional Testimony
Aviation Safety: Issues Related to Domestic Certification and Foreign Approval of U.S. Aviation Products: Congressional Testimony
 
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By Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
Year: 2014
Pages: 35
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-6644-9

Product Code: 1457866447

Description
 
Statement of Gerald L. Dillingham, Comptroller Gen. of the U.S. The Federal Aviation Admin. (FAA) issues certificates for new U.S.-manufactured aviation products, based on federal aviation regulations. GAO and industry stakeholders have questioned the efficiency of FAA's certification process and the consistency of its regulatory interpretations. FAA chartered two committees that recommended improvements in 2012. FAA also assists U.S. aviation companies seeking approval of their FAA-certificated products in foreign markets. FAA has negotiated bilateral aviation safety agreements (BASAs) with many foreign civil aviation authorities (FCAAs) to provide a framework for the reciprocal approval of aviation products. However, there are concerns that some countries conduct lengthy processes for approving U.S. products. This testimony focuses on (1) FAA's progress in implementing the certification process and regulatory consistency recommendations; and (2) challenges selected U.S. companies face in obtaining foreign approvals. Figures. This is a print on demand report.

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