The FAA recently updated the standards for certificate holders who use electronic manual
systems including electronic signatures and electronic recordkeeping systems. This will include revised OpSpec,
MSpec, TSpec, and a revised LOA (A025), which is the FAA's authorization to use these electronic systems.
A six month transition period has been established for operators to make the necessary changes
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If you are pursuing revenue air service or repair station certification, your at the right place. The information that is available here on the site will more than familiarize you with the information you need to get started. The regulatory requirements information is available through out, most subjects have explanation narratives to help you understand the requirements.
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Also known as Dangerous Goods, HAZMAT training is required for all Part 135 certified air carriers.Minimum Equipment Lists
Realistically, all operators should have a Minimum Equipment List.Non-Essential Equipment and Furnishings
The Non-Essential Furnishings Program (NEF) applies to aircraft operators utilizing an MEL under either Part 91 or Part 135 operations.Training Programs
Also known as Dangerous Goods, HAZMAT training is required for all Part 135 certified air carriers.Approved Aircraft Inspection Program (AAIP)
AAIP's are required for those who operate turbine, and some turbo prop aircraft.