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Thu, Feb 12, 2004

NTSB Publishes Safety Recommendations On Repair Staions

Recommendation #A-04-01 and -02 - Revoked Repair Stations

The National Transportation Safety Board has made the following recommendations to the FAA:

"Issue a regulation, similar to 14 Code of Federal Regulations 119.39, that applies to applicants for a Part 145 repair station certificate, so the FAA can prevent individuals who have been associated with a previously revoked repair station from continuing to operate through a new repair station. (A-04-01)

If an air carrier, operating, or repair station certificate is surrendered prior to completion of an enforcement investigation that is based on charges that could be grounds for revocation, the FAA should nonetheless complete the investigation to the extent necessary to document all available facts relating to the fitness of the involved individuals; these facts should be made available to all FAA personnel responsible for granting a future air carrier, operating, or repair station certificate when considering the
fitness of the applicant. (A-04-02)"

FMI:  www.ntsb.gov/recs/letters/2004/A04_01_02.pdf

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