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A4A Gets FAA Clarification on Boeing AMOC Requests

Airlines for America (A4A) worked on behalf of its operators to clarify instructions for requesting an alternate method of compliance (AMOC) for Airworthiness Directives (AD) issued against certain Boeing airplanes. The agency’s transfer of the manufacturer’s out-of-production Continued Operational Safety (COS) activities to the Los Angeles Aircraft Certification Office (ACO) has resulted in obsolescence of the submission address specified in past ADs.

On July 29, the FAA provided, via a new AMOC applicable to all ADs on the affected models, this instruction:

“…Operators are requested to send these requests to the following electronic mailbox –

9-ANM-LAAACO-AMOC-REQUESTS@faa.gov

Or by standard mail to –

Los Angeles ACO
3960 Paramount Boulevard
Lakewood, CA 90712-4137
PH: (562)627-5200
FAX: (562)627-5210”



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