Someone sent me an article (USAToday) saying that non-FAA certified
were working on airliners and that even the inspectors were not
The article says that it is common practice for non-FAA approved
personnel to do all of the maintenance and that the inspectors signing
work may or may not be at the location. The inspectors have been
the work after the plane has flown.
Any info or comments?
When a GA aircraft has to have a 337 to move a clock from one side of
instrument panel to the other and an airliner carrying hundreds of
doesn't even need an FAA certified mechanic to work on it, somethings
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