The aviation maintenance records and documentation requirements of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14CFR) are extremely important to know and understand for anyone involved in aircraft maintenance. Part 91 General Operating and Flight Rules regarding an aircraft’s maintenance, and what constitutes an Airworthy aircraft, affect every aircraft mechanic, owner, and pilot-in-command of any U.S registered aircraft. These rules apply whether the aircraft is operated under Part 91, 125, 129, or 135 regulations.
Knowing these rules and regulations is an important part of maintaining and operating these aircraft. With respect to the documents and records of the aircraft: the difference between these being handled correctly, and handled incorrectly, can not only mean the difference between the aircraft being Airworthy and at its best value, or not airworthy and of negligible value; it can also mean a productive and successful career in aircraft maintenance; or fines, imprisonment, loss of license, or even worse.
The objective of this course is to gain a better understanding of the maintenance records and documentation required to operate a U.S. registered aircraft. A thorough knowledge of these requirements can be of great benefit when having to make a critical or airworthiness decision regarding an aircraft under your authority.
This course will benefit A&P Technicians and Students, IA’s, Repair Station Technicians and Inspectors, Repairmen, and anyone needing a better understanding of aircraft maintenance records and documentation.
Maintenance Records & Documentation Course
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