Regulatory Library


REGULATORY LIBRARY

Frequently Asked Questions: 

Libraries are added using Product Registration. There is a Orange button near the top right of the Welcome Screen tab that says Add or Manage Libraries. You enter the library product code and access code and it will add your library to NavigatorV. Call our support team or email them at [email protected] if you have any problems


AD Research ATP & FAA web - are they the same?

Frequently Asked Questions: 

We have a patented cross reference database built into NavigatorV that understands the series, specific model and prior manufacturers. When you do a search we will look up ADs against the series, against the model and against prior manufacturer names and present the result in a single list. Not all systems do this so it is important to know the logic a system uses. The following YouTube shows examples of this. (click the icon with 4 arrows in the lower right for a full screen view)


How do I find out what is on the aircraft as far as appliances when I am not on location through ATP's AD Appliance search?

Frequently Asked Questions: 

Greg:

We have a couple of tools to help locate the appliance ADs. The tricky part is only you know what equipment has been installed on the aircraft. There are many options from the factory plus all the after delivery changes. Our support group of Rob, Billy and Alex would be glad to talk you through the product and Appliance searches (800-227-4610; here are some ideas to get you going.




I am trying to get ADs on a Stromberg NAS3B carburetor and Bendix Scintilla SF4RN-8 magnetoes.

Frequently Asked Questions: 

Thanks for asking, let be discuss components and the lists in NavigatorV. We do not have a database of all approved aircraft parts, we DO have a list of all components that we publish documents for (i.e. ADs, SBs, manuals). This second list is what you will find in the Navigator dropdowns in Search and Profiles. If a manufacturer or Model is not listed we do not have any ADs, SBs or manuals for that item. We also include a second source of Appliance ADs so that you can verify that Not Listed = No ADs (and not just missing data!). Go to the Forms tab and open ATP Worksheets.


Where on ATP does it show the AD bi-weekly number? I ask this as I fill out an FAA form 8130-6. Damon May

Frequently Asked Questions: 

Thanks for the question Damon. The actual FAA biweekly is included with each revision. It can be opened from the What’s New or Search tab. The FAA Biweekly is in folder labeled “Airworthiness Directives – FAA Small AD Indexes” and “Airworthiness Directives – FAA Large AD Indexes”. Besides the current Biweekly the FAA Index folders also include the FAA AD Indexes for Appliance, Airframe, Engine, Prop and Numerical.

My favorite method is to type Small Biweekly in the Quick Find box and hit Enter. The latest Biweekly will open.