Single engine turbine aircraft must be inspected in accordance with FAR 91.409 inspections. This means that a single engine turbine powered aircraft must have either an annual or a progressive inspection performed every 12 calendar months.
The yellow tag doesn’t tell you what approved data was used, what ADs were done, what standards were met, what parts were replaced, what service bulletins or letters were complied with, or what total time was on the propeller or engine
The FARs say an annual inspection is a complete inspection of all the aircraft’s individual parts, the airframe, the engine(s), the propeller(s) and everything else listed on the aircraft’s type certificated data/specification sheet and equipment...
Plans are for assembly to begin in 2015, followed by delivery of Mobile-assembled aircraft in 2016. The 116-acre facility aims to be as efficient as possible, producing as many as 50 narrowbodies per year by 2018.
A 2014 FAA survey indicates the top human factors challenges for the aircraft maintennce industry in the European Union and the United States are culture/leadership, using technical publications, and worker fatigue