Dawson Final 1102

Dawson Final 1102

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Federal Aviation Act of 1958 Basis of current FAA (prior to 1958, any aircraft certified falls under aircraft specifications)
FSDO Flight Standards District Office. Point of contact for FAA
PMI Primary Maintenance Inspector
PAI Primary Avionics Inspector
GADO General Aviation District Office (Only deal with General Aviation)
Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center Maintain records, Form 337's (send them), and change of address (in Oklahoma City)
Major Alteration Anything that appreciably changes weight (MTOW), balance (CG Range), structural strength (pressurized, non-pressurized), performance, and flight characteristics, or anything else affecting airworthiness
Major Repair if improperly done maintenance is performed that appreciably effects airworthiness
Minor Repair/ Alteration anything that is not major
Administrator The head of the FAA or a designated representative
Aircraft device intended for flight
Airframe anything except engines and Propellors
VLE Velocity Landing Gear Extended
VNE Velocity Never Exceeded
VFO Velocity Flaps Overspeed
VFE Velocity Flaps Extended
Determines whether major or minor mechanic
TCDS Type Certificate Data Sheet
Info in TCDS only max take off weight, type of engine/propeller installed, Datum lines, Placards required, etc.
STC Supplemental Type Certificate (a change in type design) ALWAYS A MAJOR ALTERATION
Needed to perform an STC Permission letter, Approved Model list, and Master Data List
Three types of STC SA (airframe) SE (engine) SR (rotary-craft)
TSO Technical Standard (TSO parts includes: Part number, serial Number, TSO , and Manufacturer Name)
PMA Parts Manufacturer Authorization (PMA PArts includes: "FAA-PMA", Name or logo of manufacturer, part number
AMM Aircraft Maintenance Manual
IPC Illustrated Parts Catalog
SRM Structural Repair Manual
WDM Wire Diagram Manual
Forms for Certifying Parts 8130-3 (Authorized Release Certificate) or yellow tag
Certificate of Compliance Hardware only
Normal Category Aircraft Under 12,500 lbs. 9 passengers or less excluding pilot and copilot
Commuter Category Aircraft Less than 19,000 lbs. 19 passengers or less excluding pilot and copilot
Transport Category Aircraft Greater than 12,500 lbs. 19 passengers or more excluding pilot and copilot
Engines and propellers must have? Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA)
Airworthiness Directives (AD) legally enforceable rules that apply to products, aircraft engines, props,and appliance. FAA issues AD's to correct unsafe conditions that are likely to develop in same design. Ferry Flights. Issued for Emergency, immediately adopted rule, NPRM
NPRM Notice of Proposed Rule Making, Once accepted and AD is issued , it is immediately adopted rule (issued to get feedback from the public)
Emergency AD work with Manufacturers to find solution. Once issued it is Mandatory
Recurring AD occurs more than once. DO AS AD INSTRUCTS, Owner/Operator is responsible for compliance of AD's
Appendix A Major alteration/repairs/preventative maintenance
Appendix B Recording of maintenance (Form 337)Two copies must be made. one for owner and one sent to OKC
100 Hour Inspection Appendix D (inspector complying with 100 hour inspection must wash aircraft) can overfly 100 hour inspection by 10% (10 Hours)MUST USE CHECKLIST
Sign off for Airworthy Logbook Entry I certify that this aircraft has been inspected in accordance with type inspection, and is found to be in airworthy condition
Sign off Non-Airworthy Log Book Entry I certify that this aircraft has been inspected in accordance with type inspection, and a signed and dated list of discrepancies has been provided to the owner/ operator
Content of Logbook Entry N-Number, Make, Model, Serial Number, Date, Time (total), Signature, Name the Mechanic, Certification Type/ Number, Description of work performed with references
Required Markings Aircraft: Data Plate (Fireproof)- secured in such a manner so that it is legible to persons on the ground. Positioned on Tail Engine: HP and Timing
"N" American Registration Identification Number
120 days Time Temporary licence is good
30 Days Tell FAA about change of addressMust work 6 months in two years to maintain recent license
ELT Found in Part 91 all others are found in Part 43
White Tags Identification Only
Yellow Tags Serviceable
Red Tags Condemned
Green Repairable
ATA SPEC 100 Maintenance manual set up for large aircraft maintenance manuals
Advisory Circulars Issued by FAA. MOT MANUFACTURER. Issued as guidance only
Service Bulletin Issued by manufacturer
Three Categories Optional (not mandatory)Suggested (Not mandatory) Mandatory
Service information letters Comes from manufacturer. provides information for nearly anythin. Acceptable data unless stamped by FAA
Drawing: Solid lines ___________
Drawing:Dashed ———–
Drawing: Break line _____//———-
Drawing: Extension Lines <————->
Title Blocks Index for drawingLocated at the bottom right corner of drawing (includes scale, Drafter, Approver, Ref #, Name (of Part), Part Number, Quantity, Drawing Number,Revision Number, and Title
Part 1 Definitions and Abbreviation
Part 13 Investigative and Enforcement Procedures
Ballast Equation Empty weight * Distance from CG / Distance from CG to Ballast
Part 21 Certification of Products and Parts (product is airframe, powerplant, or propeller) NOT RADIOS
Part 23 Airworthiness Standards: Normal, Utility, Acrobat and Commuter Category
Part 25 Transport Category
Part 33 Engines
Part 35 Propellers
Part 39 Airworthiness Directives
Part 43 Maintenance, Preventative Maintenance, Rebuilding, and Alteration
Part 45 Identification and Registration
Part 47 Aircraft Identification
Part 65 Certification of Airmen other than flight crew
Part 91 General Operating and Flight rules
Part 145 Repair Stations

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