Chapter 12. Publications, Forms, & Records
14 CFR Part 145 — Repair Stations
This regulation underwent a major rewrite released in 2004 and was the most comprehensive change in nearly 20 years.
It may be of interest to note that one does not need to hold an airframe and powerplant (A&P) certificate to be employed at a repair station. The repair station may employ both certified technicians (repairman — in accordance with the requirements of part 65, subpart E) and noncertified personnel. All work that is signed off is done so using the repair station certificate number, and must be done only by persons authorized by part 65 to approve an article for return to service. Just as other certificate holders must have an operations manual, the repair station must have a “repair station manual" which must contain:
All records from repair station maintenance activity must be kept a minimum of 2 years.
Domestic repair station certificates are effective until they are surrendered, suspended, or revoked. The certificates of foreign repair stations expire, usually after 1 or 2 years, and must be renewed.
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