A criminal investigation conducted by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) revealed that between October 10, 1995 and December 31, 1998, employees of St. George Aviation (SGA) issued numerous fraudulent A&P mechanic certificates. The FAA has a reasonable basis to question whether certificates holders tested by SGA, which was criminally prosecuted for conducting fraudulent examinations, possess the qualifications to hold their certificates.
The FAA believes it must reexamine the competency of these airmen to ensure safety. Accordingly, all airmen who received a certificate from SGA between October 10, 1995 and December 31, 1998 must be reexamined for their certificate(s), unless an Inspector Authorization has been obtained since the issuance of the certificate(s). More »
In the course of FAA surveillance and an investigation, interviews were conducted with numerous A&P mechanics who received temporary certificates from Bryan Tobias, and compelling evidence was obtained giving the FAA sufficient reason to doubt the adequacy of the tests these airmen received. The FAA has a reasonable basis to question whether airmen who received a certificate from Bryan Tobias possess the qualifications to hold their certificates.
The FAA believes reexamination of airman competency of these persons is necessary to ensure safety. Therefore, all airmen who received their certificate from Bryan Tobias must be reexamined to maintain certificate currency. More »
Page Last Modified: 03/19/13 14:23 EDT
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