FAA and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have agreed to grant extensions to scores of dual-certified repair stations with certificate expiration dates in early 2019, ensuring the recent US government shutdown will not hold up routine renewals. The agencies have given 60-day extensions to about 140 US-based shops, an exchange of letters confirms. Extensions may also be granted to European-based shops facing FAA renewals. The letters were made public by the Aeronautical Repair ...

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