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airworthiness directive

Maintenance or modification ordered by an aviation regulator, such as the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration).
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Airworthiness directives are commonplace, similar to car recalls.
WestJet said it complies with all applicable directives issued by the country where the aircraft is manufactured, in addition to any applicable airworthiness directives issued by Transport Canada, European Aviation Safety Industry and the Federal Aviation Administration.
WestJet complies with all applicable directives issued by the country where the aircraft is manufactured, in addition to any applicable airworthiness directives issued by Transport Canada, European Aviation Safety Industry and the Federal Aviation Administration.
Under the authorisation Constant Aviation intends to provide complete maintenance and avionics services as well as modifications, composite repairs, Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins on both aircraft types.
The issuance of an Airworthiness Directive is remarkable since there are not many civil aviation authorities in the world who issue Airworthiness Directives.
Airworthiness directives are issued by EASA to advise airlines about extra inspections or repairs needed to deal with potential problems on planes, and are relatively common covering many different types of planes and engines.
The CAA do not issue mandatory airworthiness directives lightly,' said a spokesman for the authority.
Under the terms of the selection Constant Aviation will be able to provide complete maintenance and avionics services in addition to modifications, composite repairs, Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins on both types of aircraft.
Kelly has vowed to make any changes necessary to assure that the airline is in full compliance with FAA Airworthiness Directives and all of its own maintenance programs, policies, and procedures.
Improved resource planning with automated technical records, which include MRB requirements, airworthiness directives and service bulletins
Joyce also confirmed in his statement that the airline has met all the requirements of two Airworthiness Directives (ADs) applying to the Trent 900 engine.
The award of the STC for our Transient Supression Device further strengthens BFGoodrich's position in the marketplace as a primary supplier of quality, cost-effective solutions to recent fuel-related Airworthiness Directives," said Harry Arnold, President of Fuel and Utilities Division.