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14 CFR part 43: The Maintenance Technician’s Blessing and Curse

14 CFR part 43: The Maintenance Technician’s Blessing and Curse Topics

• Regulatory Compliance
• Definitions
• § 43.1 Applicability
• § 43.2(a) Overhaul Records
• § 43.2(b) Rebuild Records
• § 43.3 Authorized persons
• § 43.5 Approval for return to service
• § 43.7 Persons authorized to approve
• § 43.9 Content of records
• § 43.10 Disposition of life-limited aircraft parts
• § 43.11 Inspection records
• § 43.12 Record falsification
• § 43.13 Performance rules (general)
• § 43.15 Additional rules for inspections
• § 43.16 Airworthiness limitations
• § 43.17 Work by Canadians



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