Aircraft Alterations Acceptable Methods, Techniques, And Practices
Part 43 of the Federal Aviation Regulations requires that methods, techniques, and practices acceptable to the Administrator must be used when altering civil aircraft. Methods, techniques, and practices other than those prescribed in this advisory circular may be used provided they are acceptable to the Administrator. FAA Inspectors are prepared to answer questions that may arise in this regard. Persons engaged in alteration of civil aircraft should be familiar with FAR Part 43, and subparts A, D, and E of FAR Part 65, and the applicable airworthiness requirements under which the aircraft was type certificated.
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