Required documentation to repair an aircraft broken away from home base

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lowej42
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Required documentation to repair an aircraft broken away from home base

 Dear Bob;

I'm new employee for a part 135 air carrier and I want to know what sort of documentation is required to have an aircraft that's broken away from home repaired, such as drug testing program and maintenance training records that pertain to the type of aircraft, etc?

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bob.pasch
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Not to be a smart ass but the best way to find out is to read your own 135 manual. It's FAA approved and it contains all the answers to all your questions.

To have your aircraft repaired away from home you need to follow what is in your company General Operations Manual. It more than likely says it needs to be an A&P or Certified Repair Station, with a Drug and alcohol testing program. It may require some sort of audit of the repair station performing the work. It may allow you to use an A&P who is not on a drug program if you have the work reinspected by your mechanics after it returns to home base.

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