Approved Maintenance Programme
Prior to the first flight, you must have an approved maintenance programme – this will be contained within Registry Publication 11 (RP11). The content of the RP 11 and all documents cross referenced from it must be in compliance for the aircraft to be considered airworthy.
The aircraft owner / operator must inform the Aircraft Registry of their Nominated Airworthiness Technical Representative (NATR) who will manage the aircraft continuing airworthiness and also the approved maintenance organisation (EASA Part 145) who will be conducting the ‘base’ maintenance work. Use Form 31.
It is possible to have a qualified and current maintenance engineer (holding a maintenance certification qualification issued by an ICAO compliant State) license/certificate validated to enable them to conduct ‘line maintenance and defect rectification’. Use Form 7.
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