|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|
|25.1357-1A||ANM-100||Circuit protective devices||10-22-2007|
|25.1353-1A||ANM-100||Electrical equipment and installations||10-22-2007|
Approval of Flight Guidance Systems, Including Change 1
This advisory circular (AC) describes an acceptable means for showing compliance with certain requirements of Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 25.1329, Flight guidance systems. While part 25 contains the airworthiness standards applicable to transport category airplanes, the guidance in this AC pertains to the functions of autopilots, flight directors, and automatic thrust control as well as any interactions with stability augmentation and trim functions. This revision incorporates minor changes associated with issuance of the final rule for Airplane and Engine Certification Requirements in Supercooled Large Drop, Mixed Phase, and Ice Crystal Icing Conditions.
This Advisory Circular (AC) provides guidance for showing compliance with certain requirements of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR), part 25, for the design approval of flightcrew-alerting functions
|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|
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.
|25-869.1A||ANM-110||Fire Protection Systems||10-22-2007|
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.
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.
Development of a Nondestructive Inspection Program/Organization
This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance for the development of organizations and facilities performing nondestructive inspections (NDI). This material is neither mandatory nor regulatory in nature and does not constitute a regulation. It describes an acceptable means, but not the only means, for developing NDI facilities, as well as organizational and quality manuals. We, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), will consider other methods of demonstrating compliance that you may elect to present. We use the terms “must” and “will” in this AC only to ensure you correctly apply the recommendations of this particular method of compliance, if you choose to do so.
Compliance of Transport Category Airplanes with Certification Requirements for Flight in Icing Conditions
This advisory circular (AC) describes an acceptable means of showing compliance with the supercooled large drop condition requirements of § 25.773, Pilot compartment view, § 25.1323, Airspeed indicating system, § 25.1324 Angle of attack system and § 25.1325, Static pressure system, as well as the requirements of § 25.1419, Ice protection, and § 25.1420, Supercooled large drop icing conditions, of Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 25. Part 25 contains the certification requirements for transport category airplanes. The compliance means described in this document are intended as guidance. They are meant to supplement the engineering judgment that must form the basis of any compliance findings for the supercooled large drop icing conditions in §§ 25.773, 25.1323, 25.1324, and 25.1325, as well as the compliance findings for §§ 25.1419 and 25.1420.
|25-26||ANM-100||Development of standard wiring practices documentation||11-14-2007|
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.
|25-24||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|
|25-23||ANM-130L||Airworthiness Criteria for the Installation Approval of a Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) for Part 25 Airplanes Describes an acceptable means for obtaining FAA airworthiness approval for the installation of a Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) that has been approved under Technical Standard Order (TSO)-C151a.||05-22-2000|
|25-22||ANM-112||Certification of Transport Airplane Mechanical Systems Provides methods acceptable to the Administrator for showing compliance with the type certification requirements for transport airplane mechanical systems and equipment installations.||03-14-2000|
|25-21||ANM-110||Certification of Transport Airplane Structure Provides guidance to airplane manufacturers, modifiers, foreign regulatory authorities, and FAA transport airplane type certification engineers and their designees.||09-01-1999|
|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|
Certification Maintenance Requirements
This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance on the selection, documentation, and control of Certification Maintenance Requirements (CMR). This AC also provides a rational basis for coordinating the Maintenance Review Board (MRB), if the MRB process is used, and CMR selection processes to ensure premises made in the system safety analyses supporting the compliance with the requirements of Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) 25.1309, and other system safety rules (such as §§ 25.671, 25.783, 25.901, and 25.933) are protected in service. This AC describes an acceptable means, but not the only means, for selecting, documenting, and managing CMRs. Terms such as "shall" and "must" are used only in the sense of ensuring applicability of this particular means of compliance when the acceptable means of compliance described herein is used.
|25-18||ANM-114||Transport Category Airplanes Modified for Cargo Service Provides guidance for demonstrating compliance with the FAR pertaining to transport category airplanes converted for use in all-cargo or combination passenger/cargo (combi) service and the relationship of those regulations to the requirements of Parts 121and 135 of the FAR.||01-06-1994|
Transport Airplane Cabin Interiors Crashworthiness Handbook
This Advisory Circular (AC) provides acceptable certification methods, but not necessarily the only acceptable methods, for demonstrating compliance with the crashworthiness requirements of part 25, as amended through Amendment 25-112, of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) for transport category airplanes. The guidance in this AC is not mandatory nor a regulation.
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).
|25-15||ANM-111||Approval of Flight Management Systems in Transport Category Airplanes This advisory circular (AC) provides guidance material for the airworthiness approval of flight management systems (FMS) in transport category airplanes. Like all AC material, this AC is not 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. Because the method of compliance presented in this AC is not mandatory, the terms "shall" and "must" used herein apply only to an applicant who chooses to follow this particular method without deviation.||11-20-1989|
|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|