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FAA National Policy - Clarification of Inspection and Overhaul Requirements Under Part 91

Hello Avmgr and Maint subscribers,

 

The purpose of this email is to ascertain what your interpretations as aviation department managers and maintenance personnel are concerning the FAA’s National Policy Notice N 8900.410 Effective Date: 3/31/17, regarding SUBJ:

Clarification of Inspection and Overhaul Requirements Under Part 91, which will be incorporated into FAA Order 8900.1 before this notice expires 3/31/18.

 



AEPC™ and PAMA announce the creation of a scholarship program for aircraft maintenance technicians

Today, AeroEngine Protection Corp (AEPC™) and the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) announced the formation of a scholarship program for individuals interested in a career as an aircraft maintenance technician. Aircraft maintenance technicians are the lifeline of the aviation industry as they are responsible for keeping aircraft flying by maintaining the aircraft to the safety standards mandated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).


Air France explores blockchain potential for aircraft maintenance processes

Air France is exploring blockchain potential for the management of replacement parts on in-service airplanes, Aviation Today reported.

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AEA recognizes members for training commitment

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Associations praise update to Product Certification Guide

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 16, 2017 -- The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) and the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) today announced the approval of an updated United States Federal Aviation Administration / Industry Guide to Product Certification. The last version of the guide was published in 2004.