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Canadian Maintenance Implementation Procedures Publications

Model Canadian Supplement Revision 2, 10/5/12; for repair stations maintaining Canadian-registered aircraft operated in commercial air service.

This publication is for U.S.-based repair stations that work on complete aircraft operated in commercial air service under Canadian aviation regulations part VII (air carriers). These repair stations are required to have an FAA-accepted supplement.

The revised publication addresses the special conditions contained in Chapter III of the MIP, signed March 14, 2011.

Price: ARSA members $300.00; non-members $600.00. Upgrade: ARSA members $60.00; non-members $120.00


Model Canadian Cross-Reference Table Revision 3, 10/5/12; with supplemental language for repair stations that do not perform maintenance, preventive maintenance, or alteration on Canadian-registered aircraft operated in commercial air service. (Sample)

This publication is for repair stations that perform maintenance, preventive maintenance and alteration on any civil aircraft, aircraft engine, propeller, subassembly, appliance, material, part or component under the regulatory authority of the TCCA. It provides an appendix to add to your current repair station manual, which establishes compliance with the special conditions contained in Chapter III of the MIP signed March 14, 2011.

Revision 3 incorporates the supplemental language into a cross-reference table, and gives suggestions for when language may be incorporated into the appropriate sections of the repair station quality manual. This revision integrates the MIP language directly in the cross-reference table to ensure that the repair station is aware of the exact regulatory requirements.

Price: ARSA members FREE; non-members $175.00


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