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1

When was the ATA first set up?

1936 in Chicago

2

What is the ATA?

Air Transport Association
-Set up specifications of aircraft including maintenance, training and documentation.

3

What is the specification for ATA 100?

The industry recommended format for the layout of aircraft technical manuals

4

What is the international specification for technical publications?

S1000D

5

What is the AMM?

Aircraft Maintenance Manual

6

What is the IPC?

Illustrated Parts catalogue

7

What is the SRM?

The structural repair manual

8

Who creates the aircraft technical manuals?

The aircraft manufacturer or design organisation (must be approved by the NAA)

9

What can older aircraft manuals be produced as?

-Microfilm
-Microfiche
-CD ROM
-Paper format

and usage is still the same iSpec2200 or 1000D

10

Where can the revisions of an aircraft technical manual be published so that it is kept absolutely up to date?

Online on the internet

11

What must all aircraft technical manuals cover?

- All aspects of maintenance and repair
- Comprehensive parts catalogue
- Documents detailing the minimum equipment required to operate the aircraft

12

When are normal revisions of a technical manual carried out?

Quarterly

13

What will a normal revision be accompanied by?

A letter of transmittal

14

When will a temporary revision be completed?

When it is short notice and there is not enough time to do a complete revision

15

What colour paper is a temporary revision printed on and why?

Yellow paper to gain attention of the end user

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Temporary revisions cannot be..?

Revised.
They must be replaced

17

An overview on all temporary revisions is recorded on what?

The record of temporary revisions for that document

18

What is a MPD?

Maintenance planning document

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Who produces
- SB(Service bulletins)
- SL(Service letters)
- SIL(Service information letters)

The manufacturer or design organisations

20

What is the purpose if a maintenance planning document?

Provides maintenance planning information necessary for each aircraft operator to develop a customised scheduled maintenance programme.

21

What is the MP?

Maintenance Programme detailing the intervals that components require inspecting

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What is a Reliability Programme for an MP?

It is to analyse the effectiveness of the MP

23

Before a maintenance schedule can be used, what needs to be done

It has to be approved by the NAA

24

What is LAMS?

Light Aircraft Maintenance schedule

-All non EASA, piston-engine aeroplanes, with less than 2730 MTOM.

25

Who should approve and produce LAMS before being put into practice

The CAA

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What is SDMP

Self-Declared Maintenance Programme

Previously, the Light aircraft maintenance programme (LAMP) CAP 766

-Only covers non-commercial aircrafts
- Doesn’t require approval from the CAA
- Must not be less than the MIP (minimum inspection programme) issued by EASA

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What is included in the preliminary pages at the beginning of the AMM?

- List of Chapters
- Record of Revisions
- List of Temporary Revisions
- Service Bulletin List
- De-activation / re-activation index

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What is included in the preliminary pages at the beginning of each AMM Chapter?

- Highlights
- List of Effective Pages (LEP)
- Table of Contents (TOC)

29

What is the IPC (Illustrated parts catalogue) used for?

Allows aircraft mechanic to identify replaceable components on the aircraft

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Who produces the IPC?

The aircraft manufacturer