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    1. AVIA 122 Aircraft Systems And Components

    2. Review Of Title 14 Code of Federal Regulation The Organization of the Federal Register is divided into Titles. Aviation Title 14 Maritime Title 33 Railroad Title 49 Highway Title 23 NTSB Title 59 Aviation Title 14 Code of Federal Regulation in published form is the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR).

    3. Review Of Title 14 Code of Federal Regulation Title 14 Code of Federal Regulation (FAR) is enforced by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). It is organized into 3 volumes each having several parts. Volume 1 Part 1 to 59 Volume 2 Part 60 to139 Volume 3 Part 140 to 199 The parts that we will reference in class are: Title 14 CFR Part 43 (Maintenance, Preventive Maintenance, Rebuilding, and Alteration) Title 14 CFR Part 91 (General Operating and Flight Rules) Title 14 CFR Part 23 (Certification of Small Aircraft)

    4. Airworthiness Review Inspections Required for Airworthiness Under FAR 91.409 Annual Inspection IAW Part 43. If aircraft is carrying any person for hire, or used for flight instruction for hire, 100 hour inspection IAW Part 43. Or if approved, a Progressive Inspection IAW Part 43. If operating under instrument flight rules, an Altimeter System and Altitude Reporting Equipment Test within the preceding 24 calendar months IAW Part 43. ATC Transponder Test within the preceding 24 calendar months IAW Part 43.

    5. Airworthiness Review Responsibility The owner or operator of an aircraft is primarily responsible for maintaining the aircraft in an airworthy condition. (FAR 91.403) The pilot in command of an aircraft is directly responsible for, and is the final authority as to, the operation of that aircraft. (FAR 91.3)

    6. Airworthiness Review Airworthiness Directive (AD) When conditions arise, after an aircraft has been certified, that renders it incapable to meet its original certification an AD is issued by the FAA. AD must Performed within time frame as specified in AD. FAA supplies AD to registered owner.

    7. Airworthiness Review Service Bulletins Issued by the manufacturer of the aircraft or component. Service Bulletin is not mandatory unless it is part of an AD. Most operators will comply with the Service Bulletin.

    8. Airworthiness Review Service Letters Issued by the manufacturer of the aircraft or component. Usually deals with recommended procedures for an operator. Usually becomes a Service Bulletin.

    9. Airworthiness Review FAA Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) Approval to manufacture a part for a particular aircraft. Technical Standard Orders (TSO) Standards that a part, material, or process must meet to be approved for use on civil aircraft.