ATP White Paper – Avoiding Problems with Technical Publications

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Article Published on: Wed, January 20, 2016

Whether it’s a straightforward line check on the ramp, or a major structural inspection in a hangar, it is mandatory that any repairs on an aircraft will be done by the book—using the latest available information.

Surprisingly, this may not always happen. In fact, according to representatives of the FAA and industry, not only are some aircraft maintenance technicians relying on outdated publications to carry out repairs, but in some cases, repair manuals and related technical documentation aren't even consulted.

Experts within the aircraft maintenance industry, along with current and former regulatory officials, have observed many issues with technical documentation and maintenance manuals throughout their careers. This white paper discusses several of the problems that have been seen by industry experts and the FAA, and how you can easily avoid these problems in your maintenance operations.

Read this white paper to learn more about how to avoid problems with technical publications in order to be in compliance and keep your aircraft safe and airworthy.

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