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Regular aircraft inspections are necessary to maintain the continued airworthiness of any aircraft.
When I became a mechanic back in 1976, we were called aircraft mechanics. Now the term used in the U.S. is aircraft maintenance technicians (AMT).
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Can I get a repair station certificate if I am located in Tijuana, Mexico? Please provide the contact information to request this certification. ANSWER:
Is the work by an EASA certified 145 repair station recognized on U.S. registered aircraft the same as a U.S. certified repair station work? ANSWER: An
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What are Airworthiness Directives and who is responsible for their issuance? ANSWER: The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is responsible for the
Does the life of an aircraft component start on the date of manufacture or the date of installation, or the date the part was put into service? My concern
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What type of maintenance can an A&P Mechanic do to an aircraft propeller? ANSWER: When a propeller manufacturer’s data specifies that major repairs are
Is an EASA Certification required if our company is going to work on aircraft based in Asia? Also, it is my understanding that maintenance implementation
What is the FAA Aging Airplane Safety Rule? ANSWER: On February 2, 2005, the FAA published the Aging Airplane Safety Rule. The rule specifies mandatory
What does the term Airworthiness mean? ANSWER: There are two conditions that must be met before an aircraft is considered to be airworthy according to
We are a CAR 145 certified company. C6 - Equipment AC 43.13-1B Chapter 3, talks about plastic repairs. Can plastic be repaired, and if so where can
An aircraft alteration is often performed to upgrade avionics or interior configurations, increase aircraft efficiency, or make safety improvements.
Federal Aviation Regulation Part 145, or FAR 145 describes how to obtain a repair station certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Aircraft repair is a key element in the process of continued airworthiness
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Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR’s) are mandates for controlling all aspects of aviation in the United States.
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