Standard: GAMA - NO. 7

SPECIFICATION FOR CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS PROGRAM (CAP)

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PREFACE

This Specification was developed by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association as guidance for airplane, engine and component manufacturers in preparing Continuing Airworthiness Program Inspection Documents (which may also be called Continuing Airworthiness Programs or CAPs). CAPs may be prepared for all types of general aviation airplanes and components certificated under the applicable Federal Aviation Regulations.

Airworthiness) which is the primary document containing the procedures for the continuing airworthiness of the airplane. Some airplanes, particularly relatively simple airplanes, may not need CAPs because adequate information to maintain their continuing airworthiness throughout their useful lives is contained in the airplane's maintenance manual. In such cases, a CAP need not be published. If a manufacturer elects to provide comprehensive inspection information to supplement the basic airplane maintenance manual, this Specification is an example of, and establishes a standard for, a Continuing Airworthiness Program lnspection Document. Instead of, or in addition to, this example of style and format for a CAP, a manufacturer may use its publication style manual or another appropriate style manual.

Organization: General Aviation Manufacturers Association
Document Number: no. 7
Publish Date: 1991-03-01
Page Count: -2147483648
Available Languages: EN
DOD Adopted: NO
ANSI Approved: NO
Most Recent Revision: YES
Current Version: YES
Status: Active
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