|20-88A||ANM-110||Guidelines on the Marking of Aircraft Provides revised guidelines on the marking of aircraft powerplant instruments and electronic displays (cathode ray tubes, etc.). These guidelines offer acceptable, but not exclusive, methods of compliance with the powerplant instrument color marking requirements.||09-30-1985|
|20-124||ANM-112||Water Ingestion Testing for Turbine Powered Airplanes Describes a method of demonstrating compliance with the requirements of the FAR concerning the ingestion of water from the runway/taxiway surface into the airspeed system, the engine, and essential auxiliary power unit air inlet ducts of turbine engine power unit air inlet ducts of turbine engine powered airplanes.||09-30-1985|
|33.65-1||ANE-110||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.||12-06-1985|
|20-67B||AIR-120||Airborne VHF Communication Equipment Installations||01-16-1986|
|36-2C||AEE-110||Measured or Estimated (Uncertificated) Airplane Noise Levels Provides estimates of noise levels or measured noise levels from airplanes not certificated to FAR Part 36.||02-12-1986|
|25.939-1||ANM-112||Evaluating Turbine Engine Operating Characteristics Provides guidelines for the evaluation of turbine engine (turbojet, turboprop, and turboshaft) operating characteristics for subsonic transport category airplanes.||03-19-1986|
|120-12A||AFS-820||Private Carriage Versus Common Carriage of Persons or Property Furnishes FAA personal and interested segments of industry with general guidelines for determining whether current or proposed transportation operations by air constitute private or common carriage.||04-24-1986|
|25-8||ANM-112||Auxiliary Fuel Systems Installations Sets forth acceptable means, but not the sole means, by which compliance maybe shown with auxiliary fuel system installation requirements in accordance with the Federal Aviation Regulations identified within. SN 050-007-00741-8.||05-02-1986|
|25.994-1||ANM-110||Design Considerations to Protect Fuel Systems during a Wheels-Up Landing Presents guidelines and methods for complying with the requirements of section 25.994 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR). These guidelines pertain to protecting fuel system components located in the engine nacelles and the fuselage from damage which could result in spillage of enough fuel to constitute a fire hazard as a consequence of a wheels-up landing on a paved runway. This material is not mandatory and does not constitute a regulation.||07-24-1986|
|91-65||AFS-820||Use of Shoulder Harness in Passenger Seats Provides guidance and information to pilots, passengers, and maintenance personnel regarding the crash survivability aspects of small aircraft equipped with shoulder harnesses and the hazards of modifying seats, adding appendages to seats, and storage of articles, beneath the seats. Recommends inspection and maintenance of seats, lap belts and shoulder harnesses to enhance their effectiveness for crash survivability.||08-04-1986|
|25.853-1||ANM-110||Flammability Requirements for Aircraft Seat Cushions Provides guidance material for demonstrating compliance with the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) pertaining to flammability of aircraft seat cushions.||09-17-1986|
|120-43||AFS-220||The Influence of Beards on Oxygen Mask Efficiency Provides information about the effects of beards on masks in continuous flow and demand oxygen systems.||01-27-1987|
|65-2D||AFS-640||Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics Certification Guide||01-30-1987|
|20-118A||ACE-100||Emergency Evacuation Demonstration Sets forth acceptable means, but not the only means, of showing compliance with the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) applicable to required emergency evacuation demonstrations from airplanes certified to the requirements of SFAR 23, SFAR 41, Appendix A of Part 135, or Part 23, commuter category.||03-09-1987|
|121-28||ACS-120||Preparation and Loading of Magnetron Magnetic Materials for Air Transportation Provides information relevant to the preparation and loading of magnetic materials for shipment in civil aircraft||03-19-1987|
|91-66||AFS-840||Noise Abatement for Helicopters Presents guidelines intended to assist pilots, operators, managers, and other interested persons in the establishment of effective noise reduction procedures when operating helicopters.||06-04-1987|
|120-47||AFS-220||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.||06-12-1987|
|20-127||ANM-110B||Use of Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Class H11 Bolts Provides guidance on the use of SAE Class H11 bolts in primary structure on all aircraft, including gliders and manned free balloons, and on aircraft engines and propellers.||07-08-1987|
Certification of Repairmen (Experimental Aircraft Builders)
a. This advisory circular (AC) provides information to builders of experimental aircraft concerning repairman certification.
b. This AC provides an acceptable means of complying with the regulations; however, it is not the only means of compliance. This AC is not mandatory and it does not constitute a regulation. When this AC uses mandatory language (e.g., "must" or "may not") it is paraphrasing a regulatory requirement or prohibition. When this AC uses permissive language (e.g., "should" or "may") it describes an acceptable means, but not the only means, of complying with regulations. However, if you use the means described to comply with a regulatory requirement, you must follow it in all respects.
Electrical Fault and Fire Prevention and Protection
This advisory circular (AC) provides information on electrically caused faults, overheat, smoke, and fire in transport category airplanes. Acceptable means are provided to minimize the potential for these conditions to occur, and to minimize or contain their effects when they do occur. These means are not mandatory. An applicant may elect to use any other means found to be acceptable by the Federal Aviation Administration for compliance with the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR).
Airworthiness Criteria for the Approval of Airborne Windshear Warning Systems in Transport Category
This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance for the airworthiness approval of airborne windshear warning systems in transport category airplanes. Like all advisory circular material, this advisory circular is not, in itself, mandatory and does not constitute a regulation. It is issued for guidance purposes and to outline a method of compliance with the rules. In lieu of following this method without deviation, the applicant may elect to follow an alternate method, provided the alternate method is also found by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to be an acceptable means of complying with the requirements of Part 25 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR). Because the method of compliance presented in this AC is not mandatory, the terms "shall" and "must" used in this AC apply only to an applicant who chooses to follow this particular method without deviation.
A Model Zoning Ordinance to Limit Height of Objects Around Airports
Provides a model zoning ordinance to be used as a guide to control the height of objects around airports. Editorially updated.
|23-9||ACE-100||[Large AC] Evaluation of Flight Loads on Small Airlpanes with T, V, +, or Y Empennage Configurations Provides information and guidance concerning compliance with Part 23 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) applicable to evaluation of empennage design flight loads on configurations where the horizontal tail surfaces are supported by the vertical tail, or have appreciable dihedral.||01-27-1988|
Planning and Design Guidelines for Airport Terminal Facilities
Provides guidelines for the planning and design of airport terminal buildings and related access facilities. Consolidated file includes Change 1.
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 the document, it is available as one large file (see Complete) or as several smaller files (Part 1-4).
|25-13||ANM-112||Reduced and Derated Takeoff Thrust (Power) Procedures This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance for the certification and use of reduced thrust (power) for takeoff and derated takeoff thrust (power) on turbine powered transport category airplanes. It consolidates FAA guidance concerning this subject and serves as a ready reference for those involved with airplane certification and operation. These procedures should be considered during airplane type certification and supplemental type certification activities when less than engine rated takeoff thrust (power) is used for takeoff.||05-04-1988|