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AeroVeritas president comments on US concerns regarding foreign repair stations.


AeroVeritas Aviation Safety Consulting Ltd president Mark Mohelnitzky has commented on recent United States congressional criticism of foreign aircraft repair facilities.

Mohelnitzky said, regarding concerns over outsourcing to foreign repair stations, that he disagrees with blanket attacks aimed at foreign repair station quality and safety standards. He said that AeroVeritas' clients include both domestic and foreign repair stations, and the company's experience has shown that "domestic repair stations do not have a monopoly on quality and safety simply due to their geographic location and FAA surveillance frequency".

Mohelnitzky is a former FAA inspector and has extensive experience with airline maintenance operations and repair stations, AeroVeritas said.

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Title Annotation:AeroVeritas Aviation Safety Consulting Ltd
Comment:AeroVeritas president comments on US concerns regarding foreign repair stations.(AeroVeritas Aviation Safety Consulting Ltd )
Publication:Airline Industry Information
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 18, 2007
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