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Unified Agenda 2120-AA64

Airworthiness Directives

Summary

This rule would provide for the issuance of Airworthiness Directives (AD´s) as needed to address any unsafe condition in a type certificated product, if that unsafe condition is likely to exist or develop in products of the same type design. Airworthiness Directives are legally enforceable rules that apply to the following type certificated products: aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, and appliances. Part 39 of CFR Title 14 requires each operator of a product affected by an AD to comply with the terms of the AD, to continue to operate that product. The AD may mandate operational limitations, maintenance, or alterations for the affected product. The vast majority of routine and frequent ADs are nonsignificant. Total actions expected--550. 10/00/2012 - 10/00/2013.

Timeline

1 action from November 2013

  • November 2013
    • Actions Will Continue Through

Contacts

  • David Hempe
    Aircraft Certification Service
    Phone 202-267-3394
    800 Independence Ave, SW,
    Washington DC 20591

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