Focal for developing regulations and standardizing national guidance and rulemaking for FAA-certificated repair stations; Implement and oversee BASA/MIP agreements with foreign Aviation Authorities; Coordinate with AFS-50; Develop, evaluate, and implement policy for Cargo Focus Team (CFT); Evaluate, recommend or deny exemptions to 14 CFR part 145.
- Develop, evaluate, and implement all standards and program policies regarding FAA-certificated repair stations.
- Implement and oversee the Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement (BASA)/Maintenance Implementation Procedures (MIP) agreements with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and prioritize Aviation Authorities requesting consideration.
- Serve as the contact office between the FAA and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for issues with FAA-certificated repair stations outside the United States.
- Coordinate division policy that impacts FAA-certificated repair station surveillance and data gathering with the Flight Standards National Field Office (AFS-900).
- Provide technical assistance and guidance concerning FAA-certificated repair stations to other elements of the FAA, other government agencies, and national and international industry organizations.
- Evaluate and recommend grant or denial of petitions for exemption to 14 CFR part 145.
- Initiate rulemaking for part 145 and participates in other rulemaking that may impact FAA-certificated repair stations.
- Sponsor FAA technical training related to repair stations and coordinates with AFS-500 to ensure course currency.
- Coordinate division policy concerning FAA-certificated repair stations outside the United States with AFS-50.
- Develop, evaluate, and implement all standards and program policies regarding the CFT.
Federal Aviation Administration Headquarters
Repair Station Branch, AFS-340
5th Floor, 950 L'Enfant Plaza, S.W.
Washington, DC 20024
Phone: (202) 267-1675
Fax: (202) 267-1813