|20-65A||AIR-200||U.S. AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATES AND AUTHORIZATIONS FOR OPERATION OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN AIRCRAFT Provides general information and guidance concerning issuance of airworthiness certificates for U.S. registered aircraft, and issuance of special flight authorizations for operation in the United States of foreign aircraft not having standard airworthiness certificates issued by the country of registry.||07-08-2004|
Eligibility, Quality, & Identification of Aeronautical Replacement Parts
This advisory circular (AC) provides information and guidance for use in determining the quality, eligibility and traceability of aeronautical parts and materials intended for installation on U.S. type-certificated (TC) products and articles, and to enable compliance with the applicable regulations.
|20-60||ANM-110A||Accessibility to Excess Emergency Exits Sets forth acceptable means of compliance with the “readily accessible” revisions in the Federal Aviation Regulations dealing with excess emergency exits.||07-18-1968|
|20-56A||AIR-120||Marking of TSO-C72b Individual Flotation Devices Outlines acceptable methods for marking individual flotation devices which also serve as seat cushions||04-01-1975|
|20-53B||AIR-100||Protection of Aircraft Fuel Systems Against Fuel Vapor Ignition Caused by Lightning Provides information and guidance concerning an acceptable means, but not the only means, of compliance with Parts 23 or 25 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) applicable to preventing ignition of fuel vapors due to lightning.||06-05-2006|
|20-48||AFS-330||Practice Guide for Decontaminating Aircraft The title is self-explanatory.||05-05-1966|
|20-47||ANM-100||Exterior Colored Band around Exits on Transport Airplanes Sets forth an acceptable means, but not the only means, of complying with the requirement for a 2-inch colored band outlining exits required to be openable from the outside on transport airplanes.||02-08-1966|
|20-45||ACE-100||Safetying of Turnbuckles on Civil Aircraft Provides information on turnbuckle safetying methods that have been found acceptable by the FAA during past aircraft type certification programs.||09-17-1965|
|20-44||ACE-100||Glass Fiber Fabric for Aircraft Covering Provides a means, but not the sole means, for acceptance of glass fiber fabric for external covering of aircraft structure.||09-03-1965|
|20-43C||AFS-340||Aircraft Fuel Control Alerts the aviation community to the potential hazards of inadvertent mixing or contamination of turbine and piston fuels, and provides recommended fuel control and servicing procedures.||10-20-1976|
Hand Fire Extinguishers for Use in Aircraft
This advisory circular (AC) gives you guidance for the fire-fighting effectiveness, selection and safe-use of hand fire extinguishers in airplanes and rotorcraft. In it we will also show you how to gain Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval of hand fire extinguishers for aircraft.
|20-41A||AIR-120||Substitute Technical Standard Order (TSO) Aircraft Equipment Sets forth an acceptable means for complying with rules governing aircraft equipment installations in cases involving the substitution of technical standard order equipment for functionally similar TSO approved equipment.||04-05-1977|
|20-40||ACE-100||Placards for Battery-Excited Alternators Installed in Light Aircraft Sets forth an acceptable means of complying with placarding rules in Federal Aviation Regulations 23 and 27 with respect to battery excited alternator installations.||08-11-1965|
|20-38A||ANM-100||Measurement of Cabin Interior Emergency Illumination in Transport Airplanes Outlines acceptable methods, but not the only methods, for measuring cabin interior emergency illumination on transport airplanes, and provides information as to suitable measuring instruments.||02-08-1966|
|20-37E||AFS-350||Aircraft Propeller Maintenance Provides information and suggested procedures to increase service life and to minimize blade failures of metal propellers.||09-09-2005|
|20-35C||AFS-340||Tiedown Sense Provides updated information of general use on aircraft tie down techniques and procedures.||07-12-1983|
|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|
|20-33B||AIR-100||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.||05-01-1975|
|20-32B||ACE-110||Carbon Monoxide (CO) Contamination in Aircraft Detection and Prevention Provides information on the potential dangers of carbon monoxide contamination from faulty engine exhaust systems or cabin heaters of the exhaust gas heat exchanger type.||11-24-1972|
|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|
|20-29B||ANE-100||Use of Aircraft Fuel Anti-icing Additives Provides information on the use of anti-icing additives PFA-55MB and Mil-I-27686 as an acceptable means of compliance with the FARs that require assurance of continuous fuel flow under conditions where ice may occur in turbine aircraft fuel systems.||01-18-1972|
Certification and Operation of Amateur-Built Aircraft
This Advisory Circular (AC) provides information about Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 21, Certification Procedures for Products and Parts, § 21.191(g) for the purpose of operating amateur-built aircraft.
Approval of Propulsion Fuels, Additives, and Lubricating Oils
This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance applicable to adding fuels and oils as engine, aircraft, or auxiliary power unit (APU) operating limitations. It also provides guidance on fuel and lubricating oil specifications and standards, and on propulsion fuel and/or lubricating oil certification plans. This AC provides acceptable methods, but not the only methods, that may be used to approve aircraft, engines, or APUs to operate with specified propulsion fuels and lubricating oils.
|20-18A||ANE-100||Qualification Testing of Turbo-jet Engine Thrust Reversers Discusses the requirements for the qualification of thrust reversers and sets forth an acceptable means of compliance with the tests prescribed in Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 33, then run under nonstandard ambient air conditions.||03-16-1966|