Aircraft Maintenance Records Greg Nolting - Aviation Safety Inspector My Background FAA Inspector since 1995 Graduate of FAA Approved A&P School IA since 1981 Started career at flight school in Minnesota Chief Inspector for 135, 141, and 145. DOM for 135 Taught at A&P 147 School DME
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N123A Tach/Hobbs: ____________ ACTT: ____________
Enter the type of inspection(s) performed:
Enter accomplishment of all A.D.’s including the number, revision date, method of compliance, and if recurring, the next time/date it is due.
Enter replacement or inspection of any component part with Airworthiness Limitations (include part, serial number, and total time in service for that component).
Enter removal and installation of any serialized component replacement parts
(include part, serial number, and total time in service for that component).
Enter description of any other general maintenance performed.
I certify that this aircraft was inspected in accordance with a (insert type) inspection and was determined to be in an airworthy condition. All work was accomplished in accordance with current Federal Aviation Regulations and manufacturer’s maintenance instructions. Details of work performed can be found on XYZ Company work order _______.
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Signature Certificate # Date
The Owner or Operator shall retain all maintenance records for 1 year after the work is performed or until the work is repeated or superseded by other work.