Chapter 8: Certificates of Airworthiness. Chapter 9: Flight Operation Continued Airworthiness.
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Such approvals are a necessary pre-requisite to obtaining product certification. The main technical codes to be followed for the design of products for certification are set out below as a list of certification specifications for Europe EASA and airworthiness standards for USA FAA applicable to different categories of product and environmental consideration.
Compliance with these specifications or standards is approached in one of two ways depending on the requirement. For structures typically the approach is known as Deterministic whereas for systems, a Probabilistic approach is taken. One example of each approach would be:. The process for civil aircraft by which type certification is achieved comprises four steps.
get link The certification team and the set of rules Certification Basis that will apply for the certification of this specific product type are established. The Certificate of Airworthiness can only be issued when a certificate of release to service from the maintenance facility declares that the maintenance due has been carried out and the aircraft is then certified as being airworthy. In the USA, Australia and some other countries, each airworthiness certificate is classified as either a standard airworthiness certificate or a special airworthiness certificate.
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A standard airworthiness certificate is an airworthiness certificate issued for an aircraft by the national aviation authority in the state in which the aircraft is registered. A standard airworthiness certificate is one of the certificates that are mandatory if an aircraft is to be used in commercial operations.
In the USA, Australia and some other countries, a standard airworthiness certificate is issued in one of the following categories: . The airworthiness certificate must be carried on board the aircraft and must be presented to a representative of the aviation authority upon request.
A standard airworthiness certificate remains valid as long as the aircraft meets its approved type design and is in a condition for safe operation. In the USA, a standard airworthiness certificate remains effective providing the maintenance, preventive maintenance and alterations are performed in accordance with relevant requirements and the aircraft remains registered in the USA.
A standard airworthiness certificate ceases to be valid when the aircraft ceases to be registered. Change of ownership of an aircraft does not require re-issue or re-validation of that aircraft's standard airworthiness certificate.
Book added to bookshelf Add to my bookshelf Select a folder [select. Principles and Practice of Marketing. Be that minor changes all the way to a type certificate of a large aeroplane. Part 3 defines an Airworthy aircraft as one that conforms to its type design and is in a condition for safe flight. MSI 66 - Rev. Annex I Part M ; Section A Technical requirements , "establishes the measures that must be taken to ensure the continuing of airworthiness, including maintenance. The changes in airworthiness regulations in the last five years have been striking, changing the way in which we look at airworthiness and certification processes around the world.