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Aircraft Maintenance Records

Written by  Mike Berry
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March 2012

 Aircraft maintenance records can be a source of confusion for many aircraft owners and pilots. What information is necessary, what inspections are required, and determining whether an aircraft is in fact airworthy according to the maintenance records is important.

Unfortunately, airworthiness is not limited to the physical condition of the aircraft but in fact is a catchall term that can be used to describe the physical condition of the aircraft as well as the records and whether they indicate an inspection is overdue.

Most all aircraft in the General Aviation fleet are issued a Standard Airworthiness Certificate. This certificate remains valid as long as the aircraft meets its approved type design, is in a condition for safe operation and maintenance, preventive maintenance, and all alterations are performed in accordance with 14 CFR parts 21, 43, and 91.

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