Prtinted headline: Timed Out   Industry has long advocated for an update to regulations that govern aviation maintenance training schools (AMTS). Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part 147 was originally established under the Civil Aeronautics Administration, circa 1958, and recodified into 14 CFR in 1962. Since that time, neither the regulation nor the subject areas it mandates schools to teach have significantly changed. Given the technological advances the aviation ...

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