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CEN - EN 4726

Aerospace series - Acceptance of the cosmetic variations in appearance of aircraft cabin parts

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Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 September 2015
Status: inactive
Page Count: 46
ICS Code (Passenger and cabin equipment): 49.095
scope:

This standard defines surfaces on visible components in the aircraft cabin. Surfaces will be considered under the aspects of technical feasibility of the industrial design.

This standard is a guideline between airlines, supplier and OEMs with regard to cosmetic issues.

This document aims to:

a) Provide the supplier with quality criteria, which need to be met during the production, testing- and quality-inspection-process,

b) Guide airline-, OEM- and supplier-quality assurance with a description of cosmetic standards for following inspections:

- Supplier internal QA inspection;

- First article inspection;

- Source inspection;

- Incoming inspection;

- Final assembly line cabin inspection.

Document History

November 1, 2018
Aerospace series - Acceptance parameters of aesthetical variations for all visible equipment installed in aircraft cabins under all contractual variations
This document defines the inspection rules and the cosmetic acceptance criteria for surfaces of aircraft cabin equipment. Surfaces will be considered under the aspects of technical feasibility of the...
EN 4726
September 1, 2015
Aerospace series - Acceptance of the cosmetic variations in appearance of aircraft cabin parts
This standard defines surfaces on visible components in the aircraft cabin. Surfaces will be considered under the aspects of technical feasibility of the industrial design. This standard is a...

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