|25.1435-1||ANM-110||Hydraulic System Certification Tests and Analysis This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance material for use as an acceptable means, but not the only means, of demonstrating compliance with the airworthiness standards for transport category airplanes that contain hydraulic system requirements. It is not mandatory and does not constitute a regulation.||05-21-2001|
|25-5||AIR-120||Installation Approval on Transport Category Airplanes of Cargo Unit Load Devices Approved as Meeting the Criteria in NAS 3610 Sets forth an acceptable means, but not the sole means, of complying with the requirements of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR’s) applicable to the installation on transport category airplanes of cargo load devices approved as meeting the criteria in NAS 3610.||06-03-1970|
Installation of Thermal/Acoustic Insulation for Burnthrough Protection
This AC provides guidance for the test method to determine burnthrough resistance of thermal/acoustic insulation materials installed in transport category airplanes. This guidance applies to airplanes required to comply with § 25.856 and part VII of Appendix F to 14 CFR part 25.
Installed Systems and Equipment for Use by the Flightcrew
This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance for the design and methods of compliance for installed equipment on transport airplanes intended for use by the flightcrew. The guidance provided by this AC is intended to minimize the occurrence of design-related errors by the flightcrew and to enable the flightcrew to detect and manage errors that do occur. This AC provides recommendations for the design and evaluation of controls, displays, system behavior, and system integration that are all part of human factors considerations.
|25.1529-1A||ANM-100||Instructions for Continued airworthiness of Structural Repairs on Transport Airplanes Provides instructions to ensure continued airworthiness of structural repairs on transport category airplanes. It addresses the approval procedures to follow when making structural repairs to structure certificated under the damage tolerance requirements of Section 25.571 of FAR, Amendment 25-45, and to type designs with Supplemental Inspection Documents, which were based on these criteria.||11-20-2007|
|25.795-8||ANM-100||Interior Design to Facillitate Searches This advisory circular (AC) describes an acceptable means for showing compliance with the requirements of Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR), part 25, § 25.795(c)(3), “Interior design to facilitate searches.” This section requires that the interior design of an airplane incorporate features that will make it more difficult to hide dangerous objects in the airplane or make it easier to find them if they have been brought onboard. The means of compliance described in this document provides guidance to supplement the engineering and operational judgment that must form the basis of any compliance findings relative to whether the interior design deters concealment of dangerous objects (e.g., weapons or explosives) and facilitates a search for them in certain areas of the airplane. The requirements for searching an airplane are not affected by the requirements of § 25.795(c)(3). The design of the airplane will make it easier to search for hidden objects but will not affect the need for, or the diligence of, the search.||10-24-2008|
Landing Performance Data for Time-of-Arrival Landing Performance Assessments
This AC provides guidance and standardized methods that data providers, such as TC holders, STC holders, applicants, and airplane operators, can use when developing landing performance data for time-of-arrival landing performance assessments for transport category airplanes. This AC also promotes the use of consistent terminology for runway surface conditions used among data providers and FAA personnel.
|25.795-6||ANM-100||Least Risk Bomb Location This advisory circular (AC) describes an acceptable means for showing compliance with the requirements of Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), part 25, § 25.795(c), “Least risk bomb location.” This section requires that a location on the airplane be designed where an explosive or incendiary device may be placed to protect flight critical structures and systems from damage in case of detonation. The means of compliance described in this document provide guidance to supplement the engineering and operational judgment that must form the basis of any compliance findings relative to the design of a Least Risk Bomb Location on an airplane.||10-24-2008|
|25.613-1||ANM-115||Material Strength Properties and Material Design Values||08-06-2003|
|25.905-1||ANM-110||Minimizing the Hazards from Propeller Blade and Hub Failures Describes an acceptable means for showing compliance with the requirements of Section 25.905, “Propellers,” of Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 25. It provides guidance on design precautions to take to minimize the hazards that could occur to an airplane if a propeller blade fails or is released by a hub failure. The AC addresses the hazards associated with impact damage.||09-27-2000|
|25.1523-1||ANM-111||Minimum Flightcrew Sets forth a method of compliance with the requirements of Section 25.1523 of the FAR, which contains the certification requirements for minimum flight crew on transport category airplanes.||02-02-1993|
|25.795-4||ANM-100||Passenger Cabin Smoke Protection This Advisory Circular (AC) provides an acceptable means of showing compliance with the requirements of Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), part 25, § 25.795(b)(2), “Cabin smoke protection.” This section requires that an airplane be designed with means to prevent passengers from being incapacitated by smoke, fumes, and noxious gases that result from detonation of an explosive or incendiary device during flight. The means of compliance described in this document provides guidance to supplement the engineering and operational judgment that must form the basis of any compliance findings relative to penetration of smoke, fumes, and noxious gases into the passenger cabin.||10-24-2008|
Performance and Handling Characteristics in Icing Conditions
This advisory circular describes an acceptable means of showing compliance with the airplane performance and handling characteristics certification requirements for flight in the icing conditions defined in Appendices C and 0 of Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations part 25.
|25.773-1||ANM-111||Pilot Compartment View Design Considerations Provides guidance for demonstrating compliance with the airworthiness standards for transport category airplanes pertaining to pilot compartment view. These criteria include the properties of transport materials necessary to assure adequate visibility from the flight deck.||01-08-1993|
|25-20||ANM-111||Pressurization, Ventilation and Oxygen Systems Assessment for Subsonic Flight including High Altitude Operation Provides guidance on methods of compliance with the requirements of part 25 of the Federal Aviation Regulations pertaining to pressurization, ventilation, and oxygen systems, especially as they pertain to high altitude subsonic flight. As with all AC material, it is not mandatory and does not constitute a regulation. The applicant may elect to follow alternate methods provided that these methods are also found by the FAA to be an acceptable means of complying with the requirements of part 25. Because the guidance on the methods of compliance presented in this AC are not mandatory, the terms "shall" and "must" when used herein, apply only to an applicant that chooses to follow a particular method without deviation.||09-10-1996|
|25.1360-1||ANM-100||Protection Against Injury This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance for demonstrating compliance with the transport category airplane certification requirements of § 25.1360 Precautions against injury||10-22-2007|
|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|
|25.723-1||ANM-110||Shock Absorption Tests This advisory circular (AC) sets forth an acceptable means, but not the only means, of demonstrating compliance with the provisions of part 25 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) related to the use of landing gear shock absorption tests and analyses to determine landing loads for transport category airplanes.||05-25-2001|
|25-9A||ANM-111||Smoke Detection, Penetration, and Evacuation Tests and Related Flight Manual Emergency Procedures Provides guidelines for the conduct of certification tests relating to smoke detection, penetration, and evacuation and to evaluate related Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) procedures. These guidelines may be used to reduce the number of decisions based solely on judgment in conducting tests and evaluating test results. While not mandatory this AC offers a method of demonstrating compliance with the applicable airworthiness requirements.||01-06-1994|
|25.795-7||ANM-100||Survivability of Systems||10-24-2008|
|25-24||ANM-100||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).||08-02-2000|
|25.1309-1A||ANM-112||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.||06-21-1988|
|25.703-1||ANM-111||Takeoff Configuration Warning Systems Provides guidance for the certification of takeoff configuration warning systems installed in transport category airplanes.||03-17-1993|
Takeoff Performance Data for Operations on Contaminated Runways
This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance and standardized methods that data providers, such as type certificate (TC) holders, supplemental type certificate (STC) holders, applicants, and airplane operators, can use when developing takeoff performance data for transport category airplanes for operations on contaminated runways. This AC also promotes the use of consistent terminology for runway surface conditions used among data providers and FAA personnel.
|25.491-1||ANM-110||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.||10-20-2000|