Maintenance Records: What Constitutes a Complete Set?

Avtrak Inc., Federal Aviation Administration Info: 14 CFR Part 91.417 is the regulation that spells out the required maintenance records for an aircraft. Author Joe Hertzler describes each paragraph to help fully understand the requirements.

  • Which components on the aircraft have a recommended overhaul period?

  • What are their serial numbers?

  • How much total time has accumulated since the last overhaul?
  • Look for more from Joe Hertzler on Maintenance Records in the next issue of Aircraft Maintenance Technology.

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