“The documents and information contained herein may be outdated or expired but are nonetheless in force until a cancellation notice is issued. Further, a number of documents contain outdated references to the headquarters and regional contact points within the Civil Aviation structure. These references will be updated when either the document is revised for their substantive content or replaced entirely with a new document. Revisions of any document will normally bear the same number with a revised edition or revision number and date.
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The Airworthiness Notice is a replacement for the former Notice to Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Aircraft Owners (N-AME-AO), which is being phased out. Features of the publication include more appropriate distribution, production, numbering and titleing.
ANs will be published in four series, depending on the type of information presented:
Series A - Administrative Matters (white paper);
Series B - Matters directly affecting airworthiness (pink paper);
Series C - Matters concerning only Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (yellow paper);
Series D - Matters directly affecting airworthiness (ONLY concerning a limited number of a/c owners, AMEs, or others (blue paper).
|Index||Ed.10||April 25, 2005||Index of Airworthiness Notices||
|A001||Ed.4||August 1997||Introduction of Airworthiness Notices||
|A002||Ed.5||28 May 2004||Airworthiness Offices||
|A005||Ed. 3||17 November 1998||Canadian Aviation Regulation Advisory Council CANCELLED||
|A010||Ed. 1||8 December 1997||Amendment to the Canadian Aviation Regulations - CAR 104 (Charges)||
(2 min 29 sec)
|A014||Ed. 2||19 December 2003||Authorized Release Certificate - Form 24-0078 - CANCELLED||
|A015||Ed. 1||19 April 2004||Transmission of Defect Information to the Organization Responsible for Type Design||
|C002||Ed. 10||27 October 2005||Basic Training Courses for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers||
|C003||Ed. 5||3 December 2004||Transport Canada Approved Aircraft Courses for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers||
|C004||Ed. 7||31 March 2005||Maintenance Release Privileges; Older Aircraft and SFAR 41C Aircraft||
|C009||Ed. 4||26 January 2005||Trade Standards for Personnel Working in Approved Maintenance Organizations - CANCELLED||
|C010||Ed. 2||10 October 2001||Inspection of Control Systems||
|C011||Ed. 4||18 July 2006||General Information - Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licensing and Training||
|C012||Ed. 1||17 September 1999||Aircraft Maintenance Training Programs for Approved Maintenance Organizations||
|C013||Ed. 1||18 July 2001||Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Log Book - TP 9761 - CANCELLED||
|D001||Ed.1||28 June 1996||DHC-2 Beaver - Engine Compartment Fire Extinguisher System||
(2 min 28 sec)
|D002||Ed.2||17 January 1997||Single-Pilot Operation of the Cessna Models 500, 550, S550, 552 & 560 Aircraft||
|D004||Ed.4||28 May 2002||Cockpit Voice Recorder Recordings Evaluation||
|D005||Ed.1||29 August 2002||Cessna 182S, 206H and T206H Right Wing Spar Cap Stiffeners||
|D006||Ed.1||23 Sept. 2003||Eurocopter As 350: Investigation of Flight Control Concerns||
|D008||Ed.1||14 November 2006||Safety Information Regarding Ground and Airbourne Icing||
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