The FAA is withdrawing a previously published NPRM that proposed to revise the system of ratings and require repair stations to establish a quality program. The NPRM also proposed to require each repair station to maintain a capability list, designate a chief inspector, and have permanent housing for facilities, equipment, materials, and personnel.
The proposal would have specified additional instances where the FAA may deny a repair station certificate, and clarified some existing repair station regulations. The FAA is withdrawing the NPRM because it has determined that it does not adequately address the current repair station environment, and because of the significant issues commenters raised.
To view the NPRM click here.
I have just read that the FAA has withdrawn its proposed rule making changing Part 145, rules governing repair stations. What’s up? The FAA started the process of amending 145 with the idea...
Regulatory Update: OMB Reviews FAA's NPRM on Part 145 Repair Stations--Ratings and Quality System Requirements
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) recently finished reviewing the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) on Part 145 Repair Stations--Ratings and...
This NPRM, if finalized, would create regulations requiring all FAA-certificated repair stations to implement certain security policies and infrastructure. The TSA would have the authority to...
Well fellow mechanics and repairmen, here is your first opportunity to get involved.