It states the preferred method of compliance with the regulation
Expands on the Acceptable Means of Compliance
A Part M Subpart F Organisation must produce this to show how they are going to comply with the regulations
A Part M Subpart G must produce this to gain approval
EASA's headquarters are based here
This is where you will find ICAO's headquarters
Is a companion to the AMM
Is a companion to the CMM
The maintenance programme consists of two parts: A maintenance schedule and ?
Temporary revisions are found on what colour paper?
Components which cannot be repaired or maintained
CAT C's are known as this at base maintenance
The number of attempts per module in one year
An aircraft, engine or propeller
This organisation issues the Type Certificate
Owners apply to this organisation for radio licences and renewals
These people have responsibility for making sure organisations remain in compliance with the regulations
Lays down the law of the land
If an aircraft is leased out to another operator, the responsibility of the continuing airworthiness of the aircraft now shifts to the new operator, but this must be clearly stated in what?
Details any airframe component which may be missing at time of despatch.
All EASA aircraft that are not in possession of a valid Airworthiness Certificate or Restricted Airworthiness Certificate need to be issued with what before it can fly?
EASA shall prescribe special detailed technical specifications, named ...................., for a product, if the related airworthiness code does not contain adequate or appropriate safety standards for the product
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