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AMTSociety Education/IA Refresher Events Scheduled
After a very successful 2013/2014 series of Education/IA Refresher Live Events, AMTSociety is confirming locations and dates for the 2014/2015 series. We’ll return to most of the same locations and...
In February of this year the United States’ Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported there was little evidence of a shortage of aviation professionals. Here’s an excerpt from the report:
What GAO Found
GAO analysis found mixed...
The Commercial Aviation Safety Team (CAST) SE 170 group studied how to ensure optimal communication between maintenance organizations, OEMs, and design approval holders (DAHs) for continued safety. What can we expect from that report?
Targets include updating core curriculum in Part 147 schools, continuing education for actively engaged technicians, regulatory changes to FAR Part 65, and even revisions to Part 91 inspection program definitions