Plane Sense General Aviation Information

Plane Sense General Aviation Information

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Plane Sense introduces aircraft owners and operators, or prospective aircraft owners and operators, to basic information about the requirements involved in acquiring, owning, operating, and maintaining a private aircraft. This handbook can be a valuable reference tool for anyone who would like to review the a€œnuts and boltsa€ of aircraft ownership. Aircraft owners and operators, or anyone considering aircraft ownership, should be familiar with Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR), which details regulations for aircraft owners, operators, pilots, aircraft mechanics, and maintenance providers. Since the requirements can be updated and the regulations can change, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recommends that you contact your nearest FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO), where the personnel can assist you with the various requirements for aircraft ownership, operation, and maintenance. The FAA has also added information for aviation enthusiasts who own (or are interested in owning) lightsport aircraft, a new and evolving sector of the general aviation marketplace. This handbook highlights regulations and regulatory guidance material, as well as providing advice regarding where to locate answers to your questions. While Plane Sense cannot cover every issue faced by aircraft owners and operators, this handbook is intended to be a useful guide and will help you locate the resources to assist you. Modifications: Removed unneeded blank pages, added chapter bookmarks THIS MANUAL IS A PUBLIC DOMAIN WORK OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENT MAY BE DOWNLOADED FROM THE FOLLOWING LINK: Federal Aviation Administration, US Department of Transportation ... that the aircraft is in compliance with all applicable ADs, and/or a listing of the ADs with which the aircraft is not in compliance. ... (This means an Aaamp;P mechanic or 14 CFR part 145 repair station will need to inspect the aircraft prior to flight.)anbsp;...

Title:Plane Sense General Aviation Information
Author:Federal Aviation Administration, US Department of Transportation
Publisher:/r/flying Publishing Services - 2008-06-01


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