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FAA Releases Updated Guidance For Airport Sponsors And CARES ACT FAQs

Covers A Range Of Topics Of Interest To The Aviation Industry

The FAA has issued guidance to FAA inspectors about factors to consider when determining how to best utilize assets outlined in the CARES act.

Information about determining whether to Extend the certification of aircraft repair stations that are located outside the U.S. under Deviation to FAA Order 8900.1 for 14 CFR Part 145 Repair Stations can be found here.

For information about extending the recurrent training due dates for designees and Flight Standards Organization Designation Authorization (ODA) members that cannot attend in-person recurrent training courses due to the COVID-19 pandemic is available here. The memorandum also authorizes Flight Standards personnel to, at their discretion and based on certain performance criteria, temporarily allow designees to continue performing their delegated activities when FAA oversight of the designees is overdue.

Information about allowing air carrier personnel to temporarily perform flight dispatch and flight following duties from their homes on a case by case basis, provided the carrier can show this can be done safely is here.

Information concerning the temporary use of alternative methods to conduct certain emergency procedures that require pilots to don protective breathing equipment or oxygen masks in recurrent training, checking, or evaluation by training centers is here.

For the authorization of pilot schools to temporarily use distance learning programs or suspend operations for a period of time, look here.

And information about allowing Aircraft Dispatcher Certification Course providers to deviate from some standard practices, including instituting or expanding distance-based training for currently enrolled students and suspending course administration is available here.

(Source: FAA)

FMI: fsims.faa.gov/Wdocs/AFS-1%20Memorandums/COVID-19/COVID-19.htm


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