Two US Democrat congressmen have accused FAA or failing to implement mandatory drug and alcohol testing for workers at foreign aircraft repair stations. US Reps. Peter DeFazio (D-Oregon) and Rick Larsen (D-Washington) have described their complaints in a June 28 letter to FAA and Department of Transportation (DOT) secretary Elaine Chao. “The only thing consistent about the FAA’s oversight of these FAA-certificated facilities—which number more than 700 abroad—is its ...

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