Raytheon Little Rock facility awarded DAS status

Aviation International News » February 2007
January 24, 2007, 7:24 AM

Raytheon Aircraft announced that its Little Rock, Ark. completions facility has been awarded FAA designated alteration station (DAS) status. The company can now act as an authorized representative of the FAA and complete several phases of its completions and alterations processes, including issuing supplemental type certificates, issuing experimental certificates for altered aircraft and amending standard airworthiness certificates for such aircraft. DAS status gives the company more control of its time, schedule and work flow.

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