Four unions representing US aviation safety inspectors and mechanics wrote to Department of Transportation (DOT) secretary Elaine Chao urging the Department to implement three long-delayed Congressional directives intended to boost oversight of foreign repair stations that work on US aircraft. The Congressional directives relate to drug and alcohol testing, security screening for safety-sensitive personnel and risk-based oversight at foreign repair stations. The unions wrote that lack of ...

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