Aircraft Inspection, Repair & Alterations: Acceptable Methods, Techniques & Practices by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)/Aviation Supplies & Academics (ASA)

Aircraft Inspection, Repair & Alterations: Acceptable Methods, Techniques & Practices by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)/Aviation Supplies & Academics (ASA)

Written by: Start Pac

Aircraft Inspection, Repair, & Alterations is a must-have handbook for Aviation Maintenance Technicians (AMTs), aircraft owners, and repair stations. It details all of the standards for acceptable methods, techniques, and practices for repairs, inspections, and alterations of an aircraft. Written by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), you can expect it cover all of standards and techniques that one should apply to aircraft maintenance to ensure optimal performance and efficiency.

The book also provides significant details on the materials and practices, health and safety, inspection, and repair for wood structures and fabric covering. Essentially, it’s a guide that will cover every aspect a mechanic needs to stay up-to-date with the latest techniques and practices – you’ll even find how to appropriately set up a lithium aircraft starter for starters.

Similar to other guides that dictate how to locate and assess a situation, such as one that correlates to a military tank starter, you’ll be exposed to chapters dedicated to everything from nondestructive inspection to corrosion, to even aircraft hardware. Needless to say, this guide covers it all.

Similar in a fashion that a railroad locomotive starter functions, aircraft power units require exact specifications and setup procedures or errors may occur to the vehicle itself. Fortunately, this book covers every aspect that you need to handle your maintenance equipment so you don’t run into common issues that could potentially disable your aircraft permanently. It’s a must read for any aviation mechanic, and enthusiast, and will undoubtedly assist with you everyday maintenance needs.