|61-47A||AFS-820||Use of Approach Slope Indicators for Pilot Training This advisory circular informs pilot schools, flight instructors, and student IJilots of the recommendation of the Federal Aviation Administration for the use of approach slope indicator systems for pilot training.||03-26-1979|
|61-10A||AFS-630||Private and Commercial Pilots Refresher Courses Provides a syllabus of study requirements and describes the areas of training that should be emphasized. SN 050-011-00060-7||09-27-1972|
|61-9B||AFS-630||Pilot Transition Courses for Complex Single Engine and Light, Twin-Engine Airplanes A guide to the procedures and standards to be followed for a thorough and comprehensive checkout in modern single- and twin-engine aircraft. SN 050-007-00226-2||01-15-1974|
|60-29||AFS-630||Renumbering of Airmen Training and Testing Publications Announces the renumbering of airman training and testing materials published by the Airman Testing Standards Branch, AFS-630, Oklahoma City, OK||02-01-1999|
English Language Skill Standards Required by 14 CFR Parts 61,63, and 65
This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance for airman applicants, training organizations, designated examiners, and aviation safety inspectors (ASI) in determining English language skills currently required for airman certification as required by the Administrator under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) parts 61, 63, and 65.
|60-25F||AFS-630||Reference Materials and Subject Matter Knowledge Codes for Airman Knowledge Testing Appendixes 1 and 2 contain the latest list of reference materials and subject matter knowledge codes for airman knowledge testing.||06-08-2004|
|60-22||AFS-800||Aeronautical Decision Making Provides introductory material, background information, and reference material on aeronautical decision making. Provides a systematic approach to risk assessment and stress management in aviation, illustrates how personal attitudes can influence decision||12-13-1991|
|60-11C||AFS-630||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.||04-26-1999|
|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|
|60-4A||AFS-840||Pilot's Spatial Disorientation Acquaints pilots with the hazards of disorientation caused by loss of visual reference with the surface.||02-09-1983|
Identification, marking, and placarding of aircraft issued special airworthiness certificates in the light-sport category (S-LSA) and aircraft issued experimental certificates for the purpose of operating light-sport aircraft (E-LSA)
This AC describes an acceptable means, but not the only means, to comply with the requirements for identifying S-LSA and E-LSA with identification (ID) plates, displaying nationality and registration marks, and displaying placards. This AC also provides marking guidance for instruments necessary for the safety of flight.
Installation, Removal or Change of Identification Data and Identification Plates on Aircraft Engines
This advisory circular (AC) provides information about Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 45, Identification and Registration Marking. This AC is not mandatory and does not constitute a regulation. This AC describes an acceptable means, but not the only means, to comply with the requirements for the installation, removal, or change of identification data and identification plates on aircraft engines. However, if you use the means described in the AC, you must follow it in all important respects.
Identification and Registration Marking
a. This advisory circular (AC) provides information about Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR), part 45, Identification and Registration Marking. This AC is not mandatory and does not constitute a regulation. This AC describes an acceptable means, but not the only means, to comply with the requirements for identifying aircraft, aircraft engines, or propellers with identification plates, and marking aircraft with nationality and registration marks. However, if you use the means described in the AC, you must follow it in all important respects.
b. A list of other related sections of 14 CFR and related publications, and definitions pertinent to this AC are located in the appendixes to this AC.
|440-1||AST-1||Part 440 Insurance Conditions Describes how insurance policies obtained by licensees to meet the requirements of 14 CFR Part 440 may satisfy certain conditions of coverage.||11-03-1998|
|437.73-1||AST-1||Anomaly Reporting and Corrective Action for a Reusable Suborbital Rocket Operating Under an Experimental Permit Provide guidance for reporting anomalie occurring in reusable suborbital rockets operating under an expermentalpermit issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) This AC also provide guidance for implementing an anomaly reporting and corrective action system for reusable suborbital rockets operating under FAA-issued experimental permit.||04-20-2007|
|437.55-1||AST-1||Hazard Analysis for the Launch or Reentry of a Reusable Suborbital Rocket Under an Experimental Permit Provide guidance for applying a systematic and logical hazard analysis to the identification, analysis, and control of public safety hazards and risks associated with the launch and reentry of a reusable suborbital rocket under an experimental permit.||04-20-2007|
|431.35-3||AST-1||Licensing Test Flight Reusable Launch Vehicle Demonstrates how existing federal regulations on obtaining a license to conduct a reusable launch vehicle (RLV) mission(s) may be used to obtain a license to conduct RLV missions for test flight purposes (referred to herein as test flight missions) while an RLV is under development.||08-15-2002|
|431.35-2A||AST-1||Reusable Launch and Reentry Vehicle System Safety Process Provides guidance and information concerning the application of a systematic and logical system safety process and methodology for identification and control of public safety hazards associated with the operation of reusable launch vehicle and reentry vehicle systems.||07-20-2005|
Instructions for Completion of FAA Form 337
This advisory circular (AC) provides instructions for completing Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Form 337, Major Repair and Alteration (Airframe, Powerplant, Propeller, or Appliance).
|43.13-2B||AFS-300||Acceptable Methods, Techniques, and Practices - Aircraft Alterations||03-03-2008|
Acceptable Methods, Techniques, and Practices - Aircraft Inspection and Repair [Large AC. This includes Change 1.]
This advisory circular (AC) contains methods, techniques, and practices acceptable to the Administrator for the inspection and repair of nonpressurized areas of civil aircraft, only when there are no manufacturer repair or maintenance instructions. This data generally pertains to minor repairs. The repairs identified in this AC may only be used as a basis for FAA approval for major repairs. The repair data may also be used as approved data, and the AC chapter, page, and paragraph listed in block 8 of FAA form 337 when:
a. the user has determined that it is appropriate to the product being repaired;
b. it is directly applicable to the repair being made; and
c. it is not contrary to manufacturer’s data.
Repairs and Alterations to Composite and Bonded Aircraft Structure
This advisory circular (AC) provides information and guidance concerning an acceptable means, but not the only means, of demonstrating compliance with the requirements of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) parts 21, 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 43, 91, 121, 125, (U.S.-registered airplanes), 135, 137, and 145 regarding procedures and facilities for repairs and alterations of structure consisting of adhesively bonded (including metal bond) and fiber-reinforced materials (e.g., carbon, aramid, and glass-reinforced polymeric materials mentioned in the current edition of AC 20-107, Composite Aircraft Structure). The information in this AC is applicable to repairs and alterations of bonded and composite structure, whether it is a damaged part that can be removed from the airplane for repairs, or repairs and alterations on the aircraft itself. Examples include repair patches, on-wing bonded repairs, and fabrication and bonding of replacement parts. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will consider any other method of compliance that the applicant elects to present. This AC uses mandatory terms such as "must" only in the sense of ensuring the applicability of these particular methods of compliance when using the acceptable means of compliance (AMC) described herein. This AC does not change regulatory requirements and does not authorize changes in, or deviations from, regulatory requirements.
Parts Marking Identification
This advisory circular (AC) provides information and guidance on developing procedures for part marking and part re-marking when performing maintenance, alteration, and fabrication, including the fabrication of owner- or operator-produced parts.
|43-211||AFS-306||Recommended Alternative Inspection Schedule for Socata TBM-700 Aircraft||08-09-2006|
|43-210||AFS-340||Standardized Procedures for Requesting Field Approval of Data, Major Alterations, and Repairs Describes standardized procedures for requesting field approvals for certificated products. It describes the field approval process, data that supports making an alteration or repair, and the purpose and uses of the Aircraft Flight Manual Supplements (AFMS) and Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA). This AC also gives instructions for completing the Field Approval Checklist and shows a sample Compliance Checklist format.||02-17-2004|