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MAINTENANCE PUBLICATIONS

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What is an FAA Advisory Circular? A publication put out by the FAA for information, rather than for regulation
What is a Federal Aviation Regulation? The actual law regarding the conduct of aviation activities.
Where can a mechanic find specific instructions for the maintenance of a particular aircraft? In the FAA-approved maintenance manual produced by the manufacturer of the aircraft.
What is the purpose of an Airworthiness Directive? An Airworthiness Directive is issued by the FAA to warn the owner or operator of an aircraft of a condition that has been discovered that renders the aircraft, engine or component unairworthy.
How does a mechanic record the compliance with an Airworthiness Directive? An entry must be made in the aircraft maintenance records stating that the AD has been complied with. This entry must include the AD number and revision date, the date of compliance, the aircraft total time in service, the method of compliance and whether
Where can a mechanic find a list of major alterations that have been made and approved for FAA certificated aircraft? In the Summary of Supplemental Type Certificates.
In what part of the regulations can a mechanic find the airworthiness standards for normal, utility and acrobatic category aircraft? 14 CFR Part 23.
In what part of the regulations can a mechanic find the airworthiness standards for transport category aircraft? 14 CFR Part 25.
In what part of the regulations can a mechanic find the airworthiness standards for normal category rotorcraft? 14 CFR Part 27.
1In what part of the regulations can a mechanic find a list of items that must be inspected on an annual or 100-hour inspection? 14 CFR Part 43, Appendix D.
In what information provided by the FAA can a mechanic find a list of the engines that are approved for a specific FAA certificated airplane? In the Type Certificate Data Sheets for the aircraft.
In what part of the regulations can a mechanic find the specifications for the identification numbers that must be displayed on an aircraft? 14 CFR Part 45.
What type of information is issued by the manufacturer of an aircraft or engine that allows the mechanic to properly maintain the aircraft or engine? FAA-approved service manuals.
How does the manufacturer of an aircraft or engine keep the mechanics in the field aware of changes that affect the safety and performance of the aircraft or engines? By the issuance of service bulletins.
In what government publication can a mechanic find the category in which a particular aircraft is certificated? In the Type Certificate Data Sheets for the aircraft.
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