|93-3||AJR-1||This AC describes the communication process between a pilot-in-command of a TARMAC delayed aircraft and local air traffic control (ATC). In addition, air carrier (Air Carrier Operations Center/Dispatch) communications related to TARMAC delayed aircraft with the Air Traffic Control System Command Center (ATCSCC) are addressed||03-23-2010|
Thermal/Acoustic Insulation Flame Propagation Test Method Details
Guidance applies to airplanes required to conform with 25.856, and part VI of appendix F to Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 25.
The Ultralight Vehicle
Provides guidance to the operators of ultralights in the United States. It discusses the elements, which make up the definition of ultralight vehicles for the purposes of operating under Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 103. It also discusses when an ultralight must be operated as an aircraft under the regulations applicable to certificated aircraft.
The Influence of Beards on Oxygen Mask Efficiency
Provides information about the effects of beards on masks in continuous flow and demand oxygen systems.
The Certification of aircraft Electrical and Electronic Systems for Operation in the High-Intensity Radiated Fields (HIRF) Environment
This advisory circular (AC) will show you how to gain Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval of your compliance with Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) §§ 23.1308, 25.1317, 27.1317, and 29.1317, High-intensity Radiated Fields (HIRF) protection. This AC is not mandatory and does not constitute a regulation. It describes an acceptable means, but is not the only means, to show you how to gain certification for protection of the operation of electrical and electronic systems on an aircraft when the aircraft is exposed to an external HIRF environment. However, if you use the means described in this AC, you must follow it in all important respects.
The Airport System Planning Process
Provides guidance for effective airport system planning.
Test Procedures for Maximum Allowable Airspeed Indicators
Provides guidance concerning test procedures which may be used in showing compliance with the standards in technical standards orders C 46a.
Test Aids and Materials that may be used by Airman Knowledge Testing Applicants
Provides information concerning test aids and materials that may be used by applicants taking airman knowledge tests.
Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs/TFR)
Describes the types of conditions under which the FAA may impose a temporary flight restriction. Also explains which elements have been delegated authority by the Administrator to issue TFR’s and lists the types of responsible agencies/offices from which the FAA will accept requests to establish TFR’s. Examples of NOTAM’s for each type of TFR are also provided.
Technical Standard Order Program
This advisory circular (AC) explains the technical standard order (TSO) process outlined in Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR), part 21, Subpart O, for manufacturers producing articles and appliances under a TSO authorization (TSOA) or letter of TSO design approval (LODA).
Technical Information Regarding Civil Aeronautics Manuals 1, 3, 4a, 4b, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, and 14
Advises the public that policy information contained in the subject Civil Aeronautics Manuals may be used in conjunction with specific sections of the Federal Aviation Regulations.
Taxi, Takeoff and Landing Roll Design Loads
Sets forth acceptable methods of compliance with provisions of Part 25 of the FAR dealing with the certification requirements for taxi, takeoff, and landing roll design loads. Guidance information is provided for showing compliance with section 25.491 of the FAR relating to structural design for airplane operation on paved runways and taxiways normally used in commercial operations.
Takeoff Safety Training Aid
Announces the availability of a joint industry/FAA Takeoff Safety Training Aid to help air carriers and pilots increase safety during the takeoff phase of flight.
Takeoff Configuration Warning Systems
Provides guidance for the certification of takeoff configuration warning systems installed in transport category airplanes.
Systems for Interactive Training Of Airport Personnel
Provides guidance in the design of systems for interactive training of airport personnel, which are eligible for funding under the Airport Improvement Program (AIP) and with Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) revenues.
Systems and Equipment Guide for Certification of Part 23 Airplanes and Airships
This advisory circular (AC) sets forth an acceptable means of showing compliance with Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR), part 23, for the certification of systems and equipment in normal, utility, acrobatic, and commuter category airplanes and airships. The policy in this AC is considered applicable for airship projects; however, the certifying office should only use specific applicability and requirements if they are determined to be reasonable, applicable and relevant to the airship project. This AC applies to Subpart D from § 23.671 and Subpart F. This AC both consolidates existing policy documents, and certain ACs that cover specific paragraphs of the regulations, into a single document and adds new guidance.
This document is intended to provide guidance for the original issue of part 23 and the various amendments through Amendment 23-62. This version of the AC covers policy available through December 31, 2007, Policy that became available after December 31, 2007, will be consolidated in future revisions to the AC.
System Safety Analysis and Assessment for Part 23 Airplanes
This advisory circular (AC) sets forth an acceptable means of showing compliance with Title 14 of the Code .of Federal Regulations (14 CFR), § 23.1309, through Amendment 23-6.2: for equipment, systems, and installations in 14 CFR part 23 airplanes. This AC is not mandatory and does not constitute a regulation. It is issued for guidance purposes and to outline a method of compliance with the rules. An applicant may elect to follow an alternate method, provided the FAA finds it to be an acceptable means of complying with the applicable requirements of 14 CFR. However, if the applicant uses the means described in the AC, they must follow it in all important respects.
System Design and Analysis
Describes various acceptable means for showing compliance with the requirements of section 25.1309(b), (c), and (d) of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR). These means are intended to provide guidance for the experience engineering and operational judgment that must form the basis for compliance findings.
System Design Analysis
This advisory circular provides guidance material for acceptable means, but not the only means, of demonstrating compliance with the requirements of Part 25 of the Federal Aviation Regulations which includes probabilistic terms, as introduced by Amendment 25-23, for airplane equipment, systems, and installations.
|23-26||ACE-100||Synthetic Vision and Pathway Depictions on the Primary Flight Display||12-22-2005|
Sustained Engine Imbalance
Sets forth an acceptable means, but not the only means, of demonstrating compliance with the provisions of 14 CFR Part 25 related to the aircraft design for sustained engine rotor imbalance conditions. While these guidelines are not mandatory, they are derived from extensive Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and industry experience in determining compliance with the pertinent Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR).
Survival Equipment for use in Overwater Operations
Provides information regarding the survival items that should be carried during aircraft extended overwater operations. Provides a means, but not the only means, for compliance with the pertinent regulations.
|25.795-7||ANM-100||Survivability of Systems||10-24-2008|
Surplus Military Aircraft: A Briefing for Prospective Buyers
Provides many answers to questions regarding the purchasing of surplus military aircraft (type certification, is the aircraft flyable, is it sold for spare parts, scrap?).
Surge and Stall Characteristics of Aircraft Turbine Engines
Provides guidance material for acceptable means of demonstrating compliance with the requirements of Part 33 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) relative to surge and stall characteristics and thrust response of turbine engines. These guidelines do not constitute a regulation and are therefore not mandatory.