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Document Title: AC 65-30B, Overview of the Aviation Maintenance Profession
Summary: This AC revision updates military occupation codes that may meet the knowledge, skill, and experience requirements for applying to take an Airframe and/or Powerplant written, oral, and practical test. Also verifiable information on aviation maintenance salaries, locations, and companies were updated in this AC.
Document for Download: Draft Document (PDF)
Draft Document Comment Grid (MS Word)
Comments Due: 12/10/2014
References: Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR):
  • Part 65, Certification: Airmen Other than Flight Crewmembers
  • Part 145, Repair Stations
  • Part 147, Aviation Maintenance Technician Schools
  • Part 187, Fees
Advisory Circulars (AC):
  • AC 147-2, FAA Certificated Aviation Maintenance Technician Schools Website (Directory)
  • AC 65-32, Certification of Repairmen (Light-Sport Aircraft)
FAA Forms:
  • Form 8610-2, Airman Certification &/or Rating Application
  • Form 8060-4, Temporary Airman Certificate
How to Comment: Deliver comments by mail or hand to:
Morgan Halvorsen
1625 K Street NW
Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006
Email comments to:
Email Comments

Fax comments to:
(202) 223-4615, Attn: Morgan Halvorsen
Document Title: AC 120-66C, Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP)
Summary: The primary goal of this proposed AC revision is clarify FAA policy, facilitate achievement of an ASAP’s safety goals, and encourage wider participation in the program. The objective of an ASAP is to encourage employees of certificate holders or other operators to voluntarily report safety information that may be critical to identifying potential precursors to accidents. The FAA has determined that identifying these precursors is essential to further reducing the already low accident rate. The ASAP provides for the collection, analysis, and retention of the safety data that is obtained through the reporting process. ASAP participants use ASAP safety data, much of which would otherwise be unobtainable, to develop corrective actions for identified safety concerns, and to educate the appropriate parties to prevent a recurrence of the same type of safety event.
Document for Download: Draft Document (MS Word)
Draft Document Comment Grid (MS Word)
Comments Due: 11/04/2014
References: Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR):
  • Part 121 Operating Requirements: Domestic, Flag, and Supplemental Operations
  • Part 145, Repair Stations
How to Comment: Deliver comments by mail or hand to:
Laura L. Miller
1625 K Street NW
Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006
Email comments to:
Email Comments

Fax comments to:
(202) 223-4615, Attn: Laura L. Miller