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CategoryRegulatory Information
CollectionCode of Federal Regulations (annual edition)
SuDoc Class NumberAE 2.106/3:14/
Contained Within Title 14 - Aeronautics and Space
Title 14 - Aeronautics and Space
Chapter I - FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Subchapter C - AIRCRAFT
Part 43 - MAINTENANCE, PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE, REBUILDING, AND ALTERATION
DateJanuary 1, 2011
Authority49 U.S.C. 106(g), 40113, 44701, 44703, 44705, 44707, 44711, 44713, 44717, 44725.
SourceDocket No. 1993, 29 FR 5451, Apr. 23, 1964, unless otherwise noted.
Editorial NotesFor miscellaneous technical amendments to this part 43, see Amdt. 43-3, 31 FR 3336, Mar. 3, 1966, and Amdt. 43-6, 31 FR 9211, July 6, 1966.
Federal Register References29 FR 5451, 31 FR 3336, 31 FR 9211
United States Code Reference49 U.S.C. 106, 40113, 44701, 44703, 44705, 44707, 44711, 44713, 44717 and 44725

   

Presentation on theme: "THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION PRESENTS. MAINTENANCE, PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE, REBUILDING AND ALTERATION PART 43."— Presentation transcript:

1 THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION PRESENTS

2 MAINTENANCE, PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE, REBUILDING AND ALTERATION PART 43

3 YOUR INSTRUCTOR BILL O’BRIEN FAA NATIONAL RESOURCE SPECIALIST WK: 202-267-3796 FAX 202-267-5115 william.o’brien@faa.gov

4 MY OFFICE IN WASHINGTON

5 OBJECTIVES OF THIS COURSE OVERVIEW OF THE FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS. PROVIDE A WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF PART 43 MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS.

6 COURSE DESIGN THE COURSE CONTAINS 7 MODULES OR SUBJECT AREAS OVERVIEW OF THE FARS MEANING OF THE TERM AIRWORTHY APPLICABILITY WHO CAN WORK ON AN AIRCRAFT WHO CAN SIGN A LOG BOOK PERFORMANCE RULES RECORD KEEPING

7 FAA MODIVATIONAL MOMENT WHY SHOULD I MASTER PART 43 ? IT IS MECHANIC’S RULE! IT SETS OUR STANDARDS! IT WILL KEEP YOU OUT OF TROUBLE!

8 Let’s see how the bureaucrats put a rule together.

9 OVERVIEW OF THE FAR ALL U.S. REGULATIONS ARE LOCATED IN 50 TITLES WHICH FORM THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS. ALL U.S. REGULATIONS ARE LOCATED IN 50 TITLES WHICH FORM THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS. THE FAR ARE LOCATED IN TITLE 14 AERONAUTICS AND SPACE. THE FAR ARE LOCATED IN TITLE 14 AERONAUTICS AND SPACE. THE TITLE IS DIVIDED INTO CHAPTERS, SUB-CHAPTERS, PARTS, SUB-PARTS, AND SECTIONS. THE TITLE IS DIVIDED INTO CHAPTERS, SUB-CHAPTERS, PARTS, SUB-PARTS, AND SECTIONS.

10 For example: PART 39.1 APPLICABILITY TITLE 14 TITLE 14 CHAPTER 1 CHAPTER 1 SUB-CHAPTER C SUB-CHAPTER C PART 39 FAR PART 39 FAR SUB-PART A SUB-PART A SECTION 39.1 SECTION 39.1

11 DID YOU SPOT THE “CODE” IN THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS?

12 THE CODE: TITLE 14 THE CODE: TITLE 14 CHAPTER 1 CHAPTER 1 SUB CHAPTER C SUB CHAPTER C PART 39 PART 39 SUB PART A SUB PART A SECTION 39.1 SECTION 39.1

13 ANOTHER INTERESTING POINT ABOUT THE FAR ANOTHER INTERESTING POINT ABOUT THE FAR ALL THE PARTS HAVE “ODD” NUMBERS. ALL THE PARTS HAVE “ODD” NUMBERS. ALL THE ORIGINAL SECTIONS OR RULES HAVE “ODD” NUMBERS. ALL THE ORIGINAL SECTIONS OR RULES HAVE “ODD” NUMBERS.

14 WHY? WHY?

15 ANSWER: ANSWER: BECAUSE THE DESIGNERS OF THE FAR ALLOWED FOR EXPANSION OF THE FAR BY KEEPING EVEN NUMBER PARTS AND SECTIONS OPEN. BECAUSE THE DESIGNERS OF THE FAR ALLOWED FOR EXPANSION OF THE FAR BY KEEPING EVEN NUMBER PARTS AND SECTIONS OPEN. IT IS CALLED BUREAUCRATIC JOB SECURITY. IT IS CALLED BUREAUCRATIC JOB SECURITY.

16 WHY THE TRIVIAL PURSUIT? OUR CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS GO BACK OVER 60 YEARS TO 1938. OUR CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS GO BACK OVER 60 YEARS TO 1938. MOST FAR ARE “ODD” NUMBER. MOST FAR ARE “ODD” NUMBER. WHEN YOU SEE AN “EVEN” NUMBER FAR PART OR SECTION THERE IS FRESH BLOOD ON THE BOOKS. WHEN YOU SEE AN “EVEN” NUMBER FAR PART OR SECTION THERE IS FRESH BLOOD ON THE BOOKS.

17 WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF PART 43? TO ENSURE THAT AN AIRCRAFT IS “AIRWORTHY” AFTER MAINTENANCE IS PERFORMED.

18 WHAT DOES THE TERM “AIRWORTHY” MEAN?

19 AIRWORTHY IS WHEN: AN AIRCRAFT OR ONE OF ITS COMPONENT PARTS MEETS ITS TYPE DESIGN OR PROPERLY ALTERED CONDITION AND IS IN A CONDITION FOR SAFE OPERATION. AN AIRCRAFT OR ONE OF ITS COMPONENT PARTS MEETS ITS TYPE DESIGN OR PROPERLY ALTERED CONDITION AND IS IN A CONDITION FOR SAFE OPERATION.

20 QUESTIONQUESTION HOW MANY “RULES” IN PART 43?

21 OR HOW MANY RULES DOES IT TAKE TO MAINTAIN 185,000 AIRCRAFT? OR HOW MANY RULES DOES IT TAKE TO MAINTAIN 185,000 AIRCRAFT?

22 PART 43 HAS: 13 INDIVIDUAL RULES OR SECTIONS 13 INDIVIDUAL RULES OR SECTIONS 6 APPENDIXES 6 APPENDIXES

23 BUT THAT IS NOT AN ENTIRELY A TRUE STATEMENT SECTION 43.17 TALKS ONLY TO CANADIAN REPAIR FACILITIES SECTION 43.17 TALKS ONLY TO CANADIAN REPAIR FACILITIES APPENDIX C IS RESERVED. IT HAS NOTHING IN IT. APPENDIX C IS RESERVED. IT HAS NOTHING IN IT. SO PART 43 HAS 12 SECTIONS OR RULES AND 5 APPENDIXES THAT APPLY TO YOU SO PART 43 HAS 12 SECTIONS OR RULES AND 5 APPENDIXES THAT APPLY TO YOU

24 TOGETHER LET’S EXAMINE PART 43

25 PART 43 RULES COVER 5 MAJOR SUBJECT AREAS PART 43 RULES COVER 5 MAJOR SUBJECT AREAS APPLICABILITY---WHO CAN DO WHAT. APPLICABILITY---WHO CAN DO WHAT. AUTHORIZED PERSONS TO WORK ON AIRCRAFT. AUTHORIZED PERSONS TO WORK ON AIRCRAFT. WHO CAN SIGN A LOG BOOK. WHO CAN SIGN A LOG BOOK. PERFORMANCE STANDARDS. PERFORMANCE STANDARDS. RECORD KEEPING. RECORD KEEPING.

26 43.1 APPLICABILITY AIRCRAFT HAVING A U.S. AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATE. FOREIGN REGISTERED CIVIL AIRCRAFT OPERATED BY A PART 121/127/135 AIR CARRIER. DOES NOT APPLY TO EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT (amateur-built/light sport)

27 43.1 APPLICABILITY Does apply to Light sport aircraft “Special.” However: Form 337 is not required for repairs or alterations performed on non FAA approved products. Major repairs and major alterations listed in Appendix A of this part does not apply to products not produced under a FAA approval.

28 43.2 DEFINITIONS OVERHAULED: USING ACCEPTABLE METHODS, THE AIRCRAFT/COMPONENT HAS BEEN DISASSEMBLED, CLEANED, INSPECTED, AND REASSEMBLED AND MEETS SERVICE LIMITS. OVERHAULED: USING ACCEPTABLE METHODS, THE AIRCRAFT/COMPONENT HAS BEEN DISASSEMBLED, CLEANED, INSPECTED, AND REASSEMBLED AND MEETS SERVICE LIMITS. REBUILT: SAME AS OVERHAULED BUT IT MUST MEET NEW PART LIMITS BUT CAN USE OVERSIZE (+) OR UNDERSIZE (-) REPLACEMENT PARTS. REBUILT: SAME AS OVERHAULED BUT IT MUST MEET NEW PART LIMITS BUT CAN USE OVERSIZE (+) OR UNDERSIZE (-) REPLACEMENT PARTS.

29 43.3 AUTHORIZED PERSONS 43.3 AUTHORIZED PERSONS THE FOLLOWING CAN WORK ON A/C THE FOLLOWING CAN WORK ON A/C FAA CERTIFICATED MECHANIC FAA CERTIFICATED MECHANIC PERSON WORKING UNDER A&P SUPERVISION. PERSON WORKING UNDER A&P SUPERVISION. REPAIR STATION/REPAIRMAN/LIGHT SPORT REPAIRMAN. REPAIR STATION/REPAIRMAN/LIGHT SPORT REPAIRMAN. AIR CARRIER. AIR CARRIER. PILOT DOING PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PILOT DOING PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SPORT PILOT PERFORMING MAINTENANCE ON HIS OWN AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATED IN SPECIAL LIGHT SPORT CATEGORY. SPORT PILOT PERFORMING MAINTENANCE ON HIS OWN AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATED IN SPECIAL LIGHT SPORT CATEGORY.

30 43.3 AUTHORIZED PERSONS A MANUFACTURE MAY: A MANUFACTURE MAY: REBUILD REBUILD ALTER ALTER INSPECT INSPECT ANY PRODUCT FOR WHICH HE HAS A TYPE OR PRODUCTION APPROVAL, TSO, OR PMA, BUT HE CANNOT REPAIR! TSO, OR PMA, BUT HE CANNOT REPAIR!

31 SECTION 43.5 APPROVAL FOR RETURN TO SERVICE AFTER MAINTENANCE AN AIRCRAFT OR COMPONENT PART MUST HAVE: AFTER MAINTENANCE AN AIRCRAFT OR COMPONENT PART MUST HAVE: A RECORD ENTRY IN ACCORDANCE WITH 43.9 OR 43.11 A RECORD ENTRY IN ACCORDANCE WITH 43.9 OR 43.11 FOR A MAJOR REPAIR OR MAJOR ALTERATION A FORM 337 IS NEEDED FOR A MAJOR REPAIR OR MAJOR ALTERATION A FORM 337 IS NEEDED A FLIGHT MANUAL CHANGE IF APPLICABLE A FLIGHT MANUAL CHANGE IF APPLICABLE

32 43.7 AUTHORIZED PERSONS HOLDER OF A MECHANIC’S CERTIFICATE REPAIR STATION/REPAIRMAN/LIGHT SPORT REPAIRMAN (MAINTENANCE) AIR CARRIER MANUFACTURER PILOT DOING PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE. SPORT PILOT DOING PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ON HIS OWN AIRCRAFT THAT IS ISSUED AN AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATE IN LIGHT SPORT CATEGORY.

33 43.9 MAINTENANCE RECORD KEEPING v DESCRIPTION OR REFERENCE TO THE ACCEPTABLE DATA USED v DATE v NAME OF THE PERSON PERFORMING THE WORK v SIGNATURE OF THE PERSON APPROVING IT FOR RETURN TO SERVICE. v AIR CARRIERS FOLLOW THEIR MANUAL

34 SAMPLE LOG BOOK MAINTENANCE RECORD SAMPLE LOG BOOK MAINTENANCE RECORD 5 /27/04 ----- TACH: 2234, REMOVED ALTERNATOR (P.N.4557891) AND INSTALLED SAME PART NUMBER ALTERNATOR IAW SKYFLASH MAINTENANCE MANUAL, REVISION 21, PAGES 45-46. ALL WORK REVISION 21, PAGES 45-46. ALL WORK PERFORMED BY JOE KLEIN, OPERATIONAL PERFORMED BY JOE KLEIN, OPERATIONAL CHECK OK. PATRICK POTEEN PATRICK POTEEN A&P 1809539 A&P 1809539

35 PART 43.9 MAINTENANCE RECORD KEEPING RECORDING MAJOR REPAIRS & MAJOR ALTERATIONS SHALL USE: FAA FORM 337. (REF: 43.9) FAA FORM 337. (REF: 43.9) MAINTENANCE RELEASE (PART 145 FOR MAJOR REPAIRS ONLY) MAINTENANCE RELEASE (PART 145 FOR MAJOR REPAIRS ONLY)

36 43.10 Disposition of life- limited parts Requires that all life-limited parts be controlled after removal from an aircraft. Control can take the form of: Tagging, or marking the part with non permanent markings, or marked with permanent markings.

37 43.10 Disposition of life-limited parts Tagged Life-limit parts must be segregated from other like parts. You must get permission from the owner to mutilated or destroy the part.--- -----( owner’s property right) If Part meets its life-limit it MAY be mutilated so it cannot be used again. NOTE: You must get permission from the owner to mutilated or destroy the part.--- -----( owner’s property right)

38 43.10 Disposition of life- limited parts If you transfer of a life-limited part to another aircraft you must make a record of the part’s serial and part number and total time in service and transferred this information to the new aircraft’s log book

39 PART 43.11 INSPECTION RECORD KEEPING DATE & TOTAL TIME IN SERVICE. DATE & TOTAL TIME IN SERVICE. DESCRIPTION OF THE TYPE OF INSPECTION: ANNUAL, 100 HOUR, PHASE, CALENDAR, E.T.C. DESCRIPTION OF THE TYPE OF INSPECTION: ANNUAL, 100 HOUR, PHASE, CALENDAR, E.T.C. SIGNATURE & CERTIFICATE NUMBER OF THE PERSON APPROVING THE AIRCRAFT FOR RETURN TO SERVICE. SIGNATURE & CERTIFICATE NUMBER OF THE PERSON APPROVING THE AIRCRAFT FOR RETURN TO SERVICE.

40 SAMPLE INSPECTION ENTRY 11/28/04 T/T 5493. I CERTIFY THAT THIS AIRCRAFT HAS BEEN INSPECTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ANNUAL INSPECTION AND DETERMINED TO BE IN AN AIRWORTHY CONDITION. PATRICK POTEEN PATRICK POTEEN 1800001 IA 1800001 IA

41 NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO STRESS A VERY IMPORTANT POINT

42 AIRCRAFT MECHANICS MAKE YES/NO DECISIONS ONLY! WHEN A MECHANIC COMPROMISES PEOPLE DIE!

43 YES/NO DECISIONS IT CAN FLY OR IT DOESN’T IT CAN FLY OR IT DOESN’T IT GOES TO THE GATE OR IT STAYS IN THE HANGAR IT GOES TO THE GATE OR IT STAYS IN THE HANGAR IT IS AIRWORTHY OR IT IS UNAIRWORTHY IT IS AIRWORTHY OR IT IS UNAIRWORTHY IF AIRCRAFT IS UNAIRWORTHY SIGN THE LOG BOOK LIKE THIS:--------------- -------- IF AIRCRAFT IS UNAIRWORTHY SIGN THE LOG BOOK LIKE THIS:--------------- --------

44 UNAIRWORTHY AIRCRAFT RECORD ENTRY (REF: 43.11) 10/1/04, TOTAL TIME: 8956.3 HOURS I CERTIFY THAT THIS AIRCRAFT HAS BEEN INSPECTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ANNUAL INSPECTION AND A LIST OF DISCREPANCIES AND UNAIRWORTHY ITEMS DATED 10/1/04 HAVE BEEN PROVIDED TO THE OWNER OR OPERATOR. PATRICK POTEEN PATRICK POTEEN 1809539 IA 1809539 IA

45 Question???? How long is a mechanic held responsible: For maintenance that you have performed on an aircraft or part? A year? Forever? Till the next annual?

46 For maintenance that was performed: The mechanic is “responsible” for only the work that was performed and the “airworthiness” of that repair or alteration until-------- that repair or alteration is replaced,--- damaged, removed,--altered,-- meets its life limit or---it is inspected.

47 Question??? How long is a mechanic held responsible: For an inspection that was performed? 1 year? Forever? Till the next annual? Till the ink dries?

48 For an inspection that was performed, a mechanic is responsible: For the future airworthiness of the aircraft ------up to the moment when the ink that records the inspection in the log book.--------dries------------ ---------------what’s the catch?

49 Inspection responsibility When performing an inspection a mechanic or IA is responsible for every repair,--- alteration,--- service bulletin,- - AD,--- STC,-- special inspections, that was performed on the aircraft back to the date on the airworthiness certificate.---be that date six weeks old,--- six months old,--- six years old,-- -- or sixty years old.

50 PART 43.12 MAINTENANCE RECORDS,-- FALSIFICATION NEW RULE! ANY PERSON WHO MAKES A FRAUDULENT OR INTENTIONALLY FALSE MAINTENANCE RECORD, OR ALTERS A MAINTENANCE ENTRY CAN:

51 PART 43.12 MAINTENANCE RECORDS,-- FALSIFICATION LOSE ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES: MECHANIC, REPAIR STATION, AIR CARRIER, TYPE, STC, PMA, TSO, PROCESS SPEC. AND HAS A GOOD CHANCE OF GOING TO JAIL.

52 THIS NEXT RULE IS THE HEART AND SOUL OF PART 43 PART 43.13 PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

53 PART 43.13 PERFORMANCE RULES PARAGRAPH (A) EACH PERSON PERFORMING MAINTENANCE “SHALL” DO THE WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT MANUFACTURER’S OR ICA INSTRUCTIONS, USE THE PROPER TOOLS, EQUIPMENT OR SPECIAL TEST EQUIPMENT RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER OR ITS EQUIVALENT. PARAGRAPH (A) EACH PERSON PERFORMING MAINTENANCE “SHALL” DO THE WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT MANUFACTURER’S OR ICA INSTRUCTIONS, USE THE PROPER TOOLS, EQUIPMENT OR SPECIAL TEST EQUIPMENT RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER OR ITS EQUIVALENT.

54 PART 43.13 PERFORMANCE RULES PARAGRAPH (B) EACH PERSON MAINTAINING AN AIRCRAFT “SHALL” DO THE WORK SO THE QUALITY OF THE WORK IS AT LEAST EQUAL TO THE ORIGINAL OR PROPERLY ALTERED CONDITION. PARAGRAPH (B) EACH PERSON MAINTAINING AN AIRCRAFT “SHALL” DO THE WORK SO THE QUALITY OF THE WORK IS AT LEAST EQUAL TO THE ORIGINAL OR PROPERLY ALTERED CONDITION.

55 PART 43.13 PERFORMANCE RULES PARAGRAPH (C) A PART 121,127, 129, OR 135, AIR CARRIERS MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES IN THEIR OPERATING MANUAL OR OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS ARE CONSIDERED AN ACCEPTABLE MEANS OF COMPLYING WITH THIS SECTION. PARAGRAPH (C) A PART 121,127, 129, OR 135, AIR CARRIERS MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES IN THEIR OPERATING MANUAL OR OPERATIONS SPECIFICATIONS ARE CONSIDERED AN ACCEPTABLE MEANS OF COMPLYING WITH THIS SECTION.

56 PART 43.15 ADDITIONAL RULES FOR INSPECTIONS INSPECTION MUST MEET ALL AIRWORTHINESS REQUIREMENTS INSPECTION MUST MEET ALL AIRWORTHINESS REQUIREMENTS PART 125/135 OR 91.409(E)(F) MUST BE DONE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE INSPECTION PROGRAM. PART 125/135 OR 91.409(E)(F) MUST BE DONE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE INSPECTION PROGRAM. ROTOR CRAFT MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING SYSTEMS CHECK: ROTOR CRAFT MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING SYSTEMS CHECK:

57 PART 43.15 ADDITIONAL RULES FOR INSPECTIONS INSPECTION DONE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ROTORCRAFT MANUAL OR ICA. INSPECTION DONE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ROTORCRAFT MANUAL OR ICA. MANDATORY DRIVESHAFTS INSPECTION. MANDATORY DRIVESHAFTS INSPECTION. MANDATORY MAIN TRANSMISSION INSPECTION. MANDATORY MAIN TRANSMISSION INSPECTION. MANDATORY MAIN ROTOR AND TAIL ROTOR INSPECTION. MANDATORY MAIN ROTOR AND TAIL ROTOR INSPECTION.

58 PART 43.15 ADDITIONAL RULES FOR INSPECTIONS ANNUAL/100 HOUR MUST BE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH A CHECKLIST. ANNUAL/100 HOUR MUST BE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH A CHECKLIST. CHECKLIST MUST MEET THE SCOPE AND DETAIL OF APPENDIX D OF PART 43. CHECKLIST MUST MEET THE SCOPE AND DETAIL OF APPENDIX D OF PART 43. RECIPROCATING ENGINE MUST BE RECIPROCATING ENGINE MUST BE RUN UP, MAGNETOS, FUEL, AND OIL PRESSURE, CYLINDER AND OIL TEMPERATURE MUST BE CHECKED. RUN UP, MAGNETOS, FUEL, AND OIL PRESSURE, CYLINDER AND OIL TEMPERATURE MUST BE CHECKED.

59 PART 43.15 ADDITIONAL RULES FOR INSPECTIONS TURBINE POWERED AIRCRAFT MUST BE RUN UP AFTER AN 100HR/ANNUAL TYPE INSPECTION. TURBINE POWERED AIRCRAFT MUST BE RUN UP AFTER AN 100HR/ANNUAL TYPE INSPECTION. PROGRESSIVE INSPECTION MUST BE CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ITS INSPECTION SCHEDULE. PROGRESSIVE INSPECTION MUST BE CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ITS INSPECTION SCHEDULE. A PHASE OF A PROGRESSIVE INSPECTION CAN BE CONDUCTED AWAY FROM HOME BASE. (A&P OR REPAIR STATION CAN DO THE INSPECTION) A PHASE OF A PROGRESSIVE INSPECTION CAN BE CONDUCTED AWAY FROM HOME BASE. (A&P OR REPAIR STATION CAN DO THE INSPECTION)

60 PART 43.16 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS NEW RULE!------EVEN NUMBER NEW RULE!------EVEN NUMBER AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH. AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH. MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS IN OPERATION SPECIFICATIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH. MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS IN OPERATION SPECIFICATIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH.

61 SECTION 43.17 THIS RULE DEALS WITH MAINTENANCE, PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE, AND ALTERATIONS PERFORMED ON U.S. AERONAUTICAL PRODUCTS BY CERTAIN CANADIAN PERSONS. IT BASICALLY SAYS THAT CANADIAN REPAIR FACILITIES MUST BE APPROVED BY THE CANADIAN DOT AND THE REPAIRS PERFORMED MUST MEET OUR RULES.

62 APPENDIX A LISTS MAJOR REPAIRS, MAJOR ALTERATIONS AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

63 APPENDIX B RECORDING OF MAJOR REPAIRS AND MAJOR ALTERATIONS

64 APPENDIX B MAINTENANCE RELEASE: MAINTENANCE RELEASE: USED IN LIEU OF A FAA FORM 337 USED IN LIEU OF A FAA FORM 337 USED FOR MAJOR REPAIRS ONLY USED FOR MAJOR REPAIRS ONLY USED BY REPAIR STATIONS ONLY USED BY REPAIR STATIONS ONLY MUST CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION: MUST CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:

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