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FAA - FO 8110.54A

Instructions for Continued Airworthiness Responsibilities, Requirements, and Contents

active, Most Current
Organization: FAA
Publication Date: 23 October 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 69
scope:

Purpose of this Order.

a. We, the Federal Aviation Administration or FAA, wrote this order, in part, to rescind previous policy on interpretation of 14 CFR § 21.50(b) dated August 3, 1982 and August 8, 1983. Additionally, in this order we show aircraft certification office (ACO), engine certification office (ECO) (from now on both referred to as "ACO") and aircraft evaluation group (AEG) staffs how to review instructions for continued airworthiness (ICA) and find their provisions acceptable, or approved, as appropriate. We also include their individual responsibilities for these tasks.

b. This order supplements 14 CFR §§ 21.50(b), 23.1529, 25.1529, 27.1529, 29.1529, 31.82, 33.4, 35.4, and their referenced appendixes. From now on, we refer to these 14 CFR sections and appendixes as the "applicable airworthiness regulations."

Document History

FO 8110.54A
October 23, 2010
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness Responsibilities, Requirements, and Contents
Purpose of this Order. a. We, the Federal Aviation Administration or FAA, wrote this order, in part, to rescind previous policy on interpretation of 14 CFR § 21.50(b) dated August 3, 1982 and August...
July 1, 2005
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS RESPONSIBILITIES, REQUIREMENTS, AND CONTENTS
Purpose. This order rescinds previous policy memorandums on interpretation of FAR 21.50B dated August 3, 1982 and August 8, 1983, and shows aircraft/engine certification office (ACO/ECO) and...

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