US Transportation Security Administration issued a Notice of Proposed Rule Making that would "establish security requirements for maintenance and repair work conducted on aircraft and aircraft components at domestic and foreign repair stations" and make the repair stations subject to US Dept. of Homeland Security inspections that could lead to decertification. The agency said "increased security protections" would be achieved by mandating that FAA-certificated repair stations "adopt and ...

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