The FAA has yet to develop a plan for modernizing its Civil Aviation Registry—despite being required to complete upgrades by October 2021—according to a new audit report from the Department of Transportation Office of Inspector General (OIG). Located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the Registry processes and maintains ownership records on roughly 300,000 private and commercial aircraft and nearly 1.5 million airmen. However, because FAA’s systems do not allow online access of ...

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