|150/5200-18B||AAS-300||Airport Safety Self-Inspection (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 04-23-2004||05-02-1988|
Noise Certification Handbook
Promotes uniformity of implementation of the noise certification requirements of Part 36 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) by presenting technically acceptable test, analysis, and documentation procedures for subsonic turbojet airplanes that may be used by applicants for demonstrating compliance with Part 36. Where appropriate, FAA policy governing such certifications is reviewed.
Date Cancelled: 07-15-2003
Cancelled By: 36-4C
Maintenance Programs for U.S. Registered Aircraft Under FAR Part 129
Provides information and guidance about acceptable maintenance programs for U.S. registered aircraft subject to FAR Part 129.Date Cancelled: 09-30-2009
|150/5345-45A||AAS-200||Lightweight Approach Light Structure (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 09-05-2006||12-09-1987|
|150/5345-47A||AAS-200||Isolation Transformers for Airport Lighting Systems (Cancelled) Contains the specifications requirements for series-to-series isolation transformers for use in airport lighting systems. Date Cancelled: 06-30-2005||12-09-1987|
Announcement of Availability: Airport Self Inspection Videotape
Announces the availability of Airport Self Inspection Videotape and tells how it can be obtained.
Date Cancelled: 06-05-2007
Cancelled By: 150/5200-29A
Airport Rescue and Firefighting Station Building Design
Provides standards and guidance for planning, designing, and constructing an airport rescue and firefighting station.
Date Cancelled: 09-10-2008
Cancelled By: 150/5210-15A
Transport Category Airplane Electronic Display Systems
Provides an acceptable means of compliance with Part 23 of the FAR for type certification of certain small airplanes.
Date Cancelled: 06-21-2007
Cancelled By: 25-11A
Airworthiness Certification of Civil Aircraft Engine, Propellers, and Related Products
Date Cancelled: 10-20-2000
Cancelled By: 21-23A
|23-7||ACE-100||Substantiation for an Increase in Maximum Weight, Maximum Landing Weight, or Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (Cancelled)||07-01-1987|
Establishment of Airport Action Groups
Provides guidance for use in accomplishing effective airport system planning.Date Cancelled: 04-18-2011
Instructions for Completion of FAA Form 337 (OMB No. 2120-0020), Major Repair and Alteration (Airframe, Powerplant, Propeller, or Appliance)
Date Cancelled: 01-25-2007
Cancelled By: 43.9-1F
High-Speed Tire Maintenance and Operational Practices
Provides information and guidance for maintaining aircraft tires to ensure their continued airworthiness.
Date Cancelled: 04-18-2005
Cancelled By: 20-97B
|150/5000-7||APP-400||Report No. DOT/FAA/PP/87-1 Measuring the Regional Economic Significance of Airports (Cancelled)||05-12-1987|
Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics Certification Information
Date Cancelled: 11-09-2001
Cancelled By: 65-30A
Application for U.S. Airworthiness Certificate, FAA Form 8130-6 (OMB 2120-0018)
Date Cancelled: 11-06-2001
Cancelled By: 21-12B
Guidance for Installation of Miscellaneous, Nonrequired Electrical Equipment
This advisory circular (AC) sets forth a method of compliance with the requirements of Part 25 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) pertaining to installations of miscellaneous, nonrequired electrical equipment in transport category airplanes. It is for guidance purposes and provides an example of a method of compliance that has been found acceptable. 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. The applicant may elect to follow an alternate method provided the alternate method is also found acceptable by the FAA.Date Cancelled: 07-22-2010
|23-6||ACE-111||Interpretation of Failure for Static Structural Test Programs (Cancelled)||02-17-1987|
Fuselage Doors, Hatches, and Exits
Sets forth acceptable means of compliance with the provisions of Part 25 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) dealing with the certification requirements of fuselage doors. Guidance information is provided for showing compliance with structural and functional safety standards for doors and their operating systems. The intent of the requirements and some acceptable means of compliance are discussed. Other means are acceptable if they meet the intent of the regulations. For the propose of showing compliance with section 25.783 of FAR, hatches and exits are also considered to be doors.
Date Cancelled: 04-25-2005
Cancelled By: 25.783-1A
Labor Requirements for the Airport Improvement Program (AIP)
Encompasses the basic labor and associated requirements for the airport grant program. It is intended for sponsors using program assistance and for contractors and subcontractors working on projects under the program.
This AC is superseded by more current AIP labor requirements found in 49 Code of Federal Regulatios Part 18.36 (Procurement).Date Cancelled: 03-05-2012
|150/5345-13A||AAS-200||Specification for L-841 Auxiliary Relay Cabinet Asembly for Pilot Control of Airport Lighting Circuits (Cancelled) Contains the specification requirements for a relay cabinet used to control airfield lighting circuits. The L-841 consists of an enclosure containing a DC power supply, control circuit protection, and 20 pilot relays. Date Cancelled: 09-20-2007||08-08-1986|
|150/5345-49A||AAS-200||Specification L-854, Radio Control Equipment (Cancelled) Contains the specification for radio control equipment to be used for controlling airport lighting facilities. Date Cancelled: 09-15-2005||08-08-1986|
|23-5||ACE-111||Cutouts in a Modified Fuselage of Small Airplanes (Cancelled)||08-06-1986|
|150/5210-5B||AAS-120||Painting, Marking, and lighting of Vehicles used on and Airports (Cancelled) Provides guidance, specifications, and standards, in the interest of airport personnel safety and operational efficiency, for painting, marking, and lighting of vehicles operating in the airport air operations areas. Date Cancelled: 08-31-2007||07-11-1986|
|23-4||ACE-111||Static Strength Substantiation of Attachment Points for Occupant Restraint System Installations (Cancelled)||06-20-1986|