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airworthy

(of an aircraft) safe to fly

airworthy

Aircraft or equipment complying with regulations prescribed by the competent authority and certified fit for flight. A certificate of airworthiness is issued for aircraft and equipment by an appropriate authority.
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ATP provides a suite of reference content, airworthiness, diagnostics, and reliability services that optimize aircraft availability and operational compliance.
The Engility team will conduct research and analysis and make recommendations regarding aircraft airworthiness.
Besides it can keep track and supervise all necessary maintenance checks, follow up on and implement regulatory requirements, including regular airworthiness reviews for UAE third party customers.
In a statement, CAAP said its investigation showed the plane's certificate of airworthiness was issued on the basis of "fraudulent" certifications allegedly signed by Abalos as procured by the private respondents.
The USA's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued an emergency airworthiness directive for the temporary suspension of operations for all Boeing 787 Dreamliners in the US, a decision that has resulted in the grounding of all Dreamliners flown by United Airlines.
They are grounded until clearance and obtainment of Airworthiness Certificate".
Meanwhile, Libyan air carriers are leasing aircraft to resume operations and have to abstain from operating to Europe using Libyan registered aircraft unless the airworthiness is transferred to another country, the aircraft are reregistered in another country or until the EC Air Safety Committee is satisfied that The Libyan Civil Aviation Authority can carry out airworthiness oversight efficiently.
Part 42 is an element of the new maintenance regulations which set out the continuing airworthiness requirements for aircraft and aeronautical products which are used in the regular transport of the public.
A CATALOGUE of concerns about the airworthiness of the RAF's Nimrod spy planes were raised eight years before one exploded over Afghanistan, killing all on board.
com)-- CAMO Air Support is one of the first organisations excluding air transporters, to obtain EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) part MG-1 certification in the business aviation sector (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Approval).
In between those two extremes are equipment failures which may reduce the aircraft's capabilities, but don't materially affect either its airworthiness, ability to fly or safety.
Bahrain's national carrier, Gulf Air has reached a major milestone in its aircraft safety and airworthiness control by getting the coveted Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) approval from Bahrain Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA).