Planning and Design of Airport Terminal Facilities at Non-Hub Locations
Provides guidance material for the planning and design of airport terminal buildings at non-hub locations.
Note: Portions of this AC are under review for update. Please contact the National Planning and Environmental Division for assistance.
Because of the size of this document (5.28 MB), it is available as one large file (see Complete) or as several smaller files (see Parts 1-4).
|20-34D||AFS-340||Prevention of Retractable Landing Gear Failures Updates statistical information related to landing accidents involving aircraft with retractable landing gear and suggests procedures to minimize those accidents.||08-08-1980|
|20-68B||AFS-600||Recommended Radiation Safety Precautions for Ground Operation of Airborne Weather Radar Sets forth recommended radiation safety precautions for ground operation of airborne weather radar.||08-08-1980|
|60-6B||AFS-820||Airplane Flight manuals (AFM), Approved Manual Materials, Markings, and Placards Airplanes Calls attention to the regulatory requirements relating to the subject and provides information to aid pilots to comply with these requirements.||09-25-1980|
|120-38||AFS-260||Transport Category Airplanes Cabin Ozone Concentrations Provides guidance concerning acceptable means, but not the only means, for an air carrier to demonstrate compliance with the maximum permissible cabin ozone (03) concentrations established by Section 121.578 of the Federal Aviation Regulations.||10-10-1980|
|20-111||AFS-350||Communication Interference Caused by Unintentional Keyed Microphones Alerts the aviation community to the potential hazards created by unintentional keying of microphones resulting in radio transmissions from airborne, mobile, and ground based radio transmitters and gives guidance on alleviating ensuing hazards.||10-10-1980|
|43-2B||AFS-343||Minimum Barometry for Calibration and Test of Atmospheric Pressure Instruments Provides guidance material which may be used to determine the adequacy of barometers used in the calibration of aircraft static instruments and presents information concerning the general operation, calibration, and maintenance of such barometers.||10-16-1980|
|91-55||AFS-310||Reduction of Electrical System Failures following Aircraft Engine Starting Warns general aviation aircraft owner/pilots and maintenance personnel of possible total electrical system failure following aircraft engine starting.||10-28-1980|
|120-39||AFS-331||Hazards of Waste Water Ice Accumulation Separating from Aircraft in Flight This advisory circular emphasizes the potential hazards to life and property due to lavatory fluid and potable water systems’ ice accumulation and resultant separation from aircraft in flight.||10-31-1980|
|91-44A||AIR-120||Operational and Maintenance Practices for Emergency Locator Transmitters and Receivers Combines and updates material in several Advisory Circulars on the subject of emergency locator transmitters (ELT) receivers for airborne service.||12-12-1980|
|125-1||AFS-820||Operations of Large Airplanes Subject to Federal Aviation Regulations Part 125 Sets forth one means that would be acceptable to the Administrator to assist persons in complying with the requirements of FAR Part 125. It also provides (in Chapter 1) a test of applicability for those operations, which may be subject to Part 125.||01-22-1981|
|170-6C||ASM-500||Use of Radionavigation Land Test Station and Signal Generators Gives information as to the frequencies on which the FAA will authorize and the FCC will license radionavigation land test stations. It also discusses the interference potential of signal generators operating in aeronautical bands of the radio spectrum and how this interference can be alleviated.||02-13-1981|
|135-9||AFS-220||FAR Part 135 Icing Limitations To provide guidance to commuter/air taxi operators to assist them to comply with Section 135.227.||05-30-1981|
Model Aircraft Operating Standards
Outlines, and encourages voluntary compliance with, safety standards for model aircraft operators.
|20-30B||AIR-120||Aircraft Position Light and Anticollision Light Installations Sets forth acceptable means, but not the only means, of showing compliance with the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) applicable to installed position lights and anti-collision lights.||07-20-1981|
|108-1||ACS-3||Air Carrier Security Provides information and guidance for implementation of new FAR 108, Airplane Operator Security||10-16-1981|
|108-2||ACS-3||Security Rules - Carriage of Weapons and Escorted Persons Provides information and guidance for implementation of FARs 108.11 and 108.21 concerning the carriage of weapons and passengers under the control of armed law enforcement escorts.||10-16-1981|
|20-113||ACE-100||Pilot Precautions and Procedures to be taken in Preventing Aircraft Reciprocating Engine Induction System and Fuel System Icing Problems Provides information pertaining to aircraft engine induction system icing and the use of fuel additives to reduce the hazards of aircraft operation that may result from the presence of water and ice in aviation gasoline and aircraft fuel systems.||10-22-1981|
|20-114||AIR-100||Manufacturers' Service Documents Suggests acceptable methods by which product manufacturers may indicate FAA approval of recommended actions prescribed in manufacturers’ service documents.||10-22-1981|
|109-1||ACS-100||Aviation Security - Acceptance and Handling Procedures Indirect Air Carrier Security Provides information and guidance which should be used by “indirect air carriers” when accepting and handling property to be carried by “air carriers”’ or by the operator of any civil aircraft for transportation in air commerce.||03-03-1982|
|129-3||ACS-120||Foreign Air Carrier Provides information and guidance for the implementation of Change 7 to FAR Part 129 (sections 129.25, 129.26, and 129.27) which became effective 9/11/81.The sensitive nature of many security procedures precludes full discussion in this AC. FAA Security Inspectors located throughout the U.S., as well as Foreign Air Carrier Principal Security Inspectors, located at FAA offices in Brussels, Belgium, and at FAA Regional Headquarters in the U.S., having responsibility for those foreign air carriers operating within the FAA offices geographical area of responsibility, are available to discuss the many issues that may arise regarding implementation and procedural details of security safeguards.||06-10-1982|
|21-18||AWS-1||[Large AC] Bilateral Airworthiness Agreements Makes available to interested persons copies of all current U.S. Bilateral Airworthiness Agreements (BAA) together with an explanation of their intent. SN 050-007- 00614-4.||08-20-1982|
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.
|20-116||ACE-100||Marking Aircraft Fuel Filler Openings with Color Coded Decals Discusses the conditions under which color coded decals may be used to comply with the requirements in FAR Parts 23, 25, 27, and 29 for marking fuel filler openings.||09-17-1982|
United States (U.S.) National Aviation Standard for the Very High Frequency Omnidirectional Radio Range (VOR)/Distance Measuring Equipment (DME)/Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN) Systems
National Aviation Standard for the Very High Frequency Omnidirectional Radio Range (VOR)/Distance Measuring Equipment (DME)/Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN) Systems
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