Introduction – The FAA receiving inspection system for aircraft parts and material aims to establish traceability and that parts were manufactured in accordance with 14 CFR Part 21, were previously determined to be airworthy under 14 CFR Part 43, and produced to established industry standards. For an operator or maintenance organisation to ensure these requirements…

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Introduction – Recognising that a common set of standards would not only benefit the aviation industry economically, but also preserve a high level of safety, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) began an effort in 1988 to harmonize their respective aviation standards. With the JAA becoming defunct in 2009, and…

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Introduction – The Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTARs) describe the means by which aircraft operators, aviation personnel and providers of services can gain approvals, licences and certificates and the process through which these are maintained. This process ensures adequate levels of safety and internationally agreed standards are met. Overseas Territories Aviation Circulars (OTACs) are issued…

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Introduction – The Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTARs) describe the means by which aircraft operators, aviation personnel and providers of services can gain approvals, licences and certificates and the process through which these are maintained. This process ensures adequate levels of safety and internationally agreed standards are met. Overseas Territories Aviation Circulars (OTACs) are issued…

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Introduction – The Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTARs) describe the means by which aircraft operators, aviation personnel and providers of services can gain approvals, licences and certificates and the process through which these are maintained. This process ensures adequate levels of safety and internationally agreed standards are met. Overseas Territories Aviation Circulars (OTACs) are issued…

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Introduction – The Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTARs) describe the means by which aircraft operators, aviation personnel and providers of services can gain approvals, licences and certificates and the process through which these are maintained. This process ensures adequate levels of safety and internationally agreed standards are met. Overseas Territories Aviation Circulars (OTACs) are issued…

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Introduction – Having a robust, compliant Aviation Stores managed by trained competent personnel is essential to help prevent the introduction of unairworthy parts into inventories with the Receiving Inspection process being the first line of defense. This training is designed to cover all elements which are essential to the effective management and operation of a…

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Introduction – Though there has been some harmonisation over the years with Part 145 aviation regulations particularly with the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), still differences exist. With the growth seen in China for aviation over the years, many organisations are now certificated by the Civil Aviation…

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Introduction – FAA 14 CFR Part 145 (FAR-145) is one of the most mature aviation regulations which underwent a major rewrite released in 2004 which was the most comprehensive change in nearly 20 years. Since that time there have been further amendments to promote harmonisation with its European counterpart EASA Part 145. Our Training courses…

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Introduction – Ensuring that parts installed on aircraft and their component parts meet applicable aviation regulatory requirements is the responsibility of every Repair Station. Suspected Unapproved Parts (SUPs) is a very real problem that threatens the supply chain of many aviation organisations. SUPs cover a multitude of aspects such as parts lacking proper documentation; counterfeit…

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