FAA should improve oversight of repair stations, report says

The Department of Transportation's inspector general found that the Federal Aviation Administration should improve its oversight of repair stations for U.S. airlines. "The FAA's ability to conduct effective and consistent inspections of foreign and domestic repair stations is hindered by a lack of standardized inspection processes," the report said.

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