NOTE: Registration for this session is open to any interested attendee. However, ARSA Form E100 is available only to association member organizations.
This session provides an overview of the documentation requirements that United States repair stations with European Aviation Safety Agency part 145 approvals must follow when performing maintenance on EU-registered aircraft and components to be installed thereon—that is, when a “dual release” is issued for the work performed.The session was developed in response to parts documentation issues that emerged in change 5 to the MAG, which was released in September 2015. The issues persist in subsequent updates to the MAG.
Upon completion of this session, participants will have the tools to:
- Understand the new parts documentation requirements (and exceptions to those requirements) for holders of EASA part 145 certificates in the United States.
- Identify production approval holders (PAHs) recognized by the EASA.
- Use Form 8130-3, block 12 for new PMA parts installed in repairs subject to the MAG.
- Perform, document and approve for return to service an inspection of new articles received without the documentation required by the MAG.
Anyone working in U.S. repair stations performing work subject to the FAA/EASA Maintenance Annex Guidance.