Although the requirements for airworthiness information on an aircraft are clearly stated in Title 14 CFR; excessive and unnecessary information is the most common violation of these requirements. When too much unimportant information is incorporated into the aircraft’s logbook, it makes finding the important information that much more difficult.
Adding to this issue is the fact that many A&Ps and other maintenance personnel don’t really know just what is required to be retained in an aircraft’s logbook and/or permanent record in the first place.
Information required by Title 14 CFR and vital to the aircraft’s airworthiness is therefore often found to be:
* Haphazardly placed in any number of different areas in the record.
* Missing or never placed into the record to begin with.
* Buried in a massive amount of additional information that is unnecessary.
The objective of this course is to better understand the problems created by excessive and/or unnecessary information in an aircraft logbook. What information is required to be included in a logbook; is vital for the aircraft’s Airworthiness; and how this information is crucial in valuing an aircraft for sale.
This course will benefit A&P Technicians and Students, Repair Station Inspectors, Repairmen, and anyone needing a better understanding of what is required to be in an aircraft’s logbook and/or permanent record.
Excessive or Unnecessary Information Course
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