Forms 8110-3 and 8100-9 titled Statement of Compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations: an A&P technician can spend their whole career working on aircraft and never encounter either one these documents. But if one is needed for a project on an aircraft, the documents, and what they represent, are critically important. Whenever a major repair or alteration occurs on an aircraft, a Form 337 is utilized. The 337 (and the aircraft repair or alteration) will both require some sort of FAA approved Reference Data in which to support the modification. If a repair or alteration is beyond the scope of the aircraft’s SRM, then engineering will be required. This is where Form 8110-3 and/or 8100-9 come in.
The objective of this course is to better understand Forms 8110-3 and 8100-9, and to be able to determine which document is to be used to support the modification; who can issue the document; and what needs to addressed in each document. Additionally, we’ll cover how these documents should be handled; what happens with the documents once they’re employed; and where these documents should reside in an aircraft’s permanent record.
This course will benefit A&P Technicians and Students, Repair Station Technicians, Repairmen, Designated Engineering and Airworthiness Representatives, aircraft engineers and anyone needing a better understanding of using or working with FAA Forms 8110-3 or 8900-1 Data Approval documents.
8110-3 and 8100-9 Data Approval Course
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