1 Navigating your way through the process Presented by: Mike Mertens DAR ODA MRA Administrator Manager of Regulatory Compliance Duncan Aviation
2 Terms Part (c)(1) The aircraft is type certificated in accordance with Sec or Sec and produced under the authority of another State of Manufacture FAA Import Definition Common usage Any used aircraft currently under foreign registry and ultimately requesting a FAA Standard Airworthiness Certificate
3 Recurrent Standard Airworthiness Certificate pursuant to 14CFR (d) Terms FAA Our common usage of the term Import Definition Common usage Any used aircraft currently under foreign registry and ultimately requesting a FAA Standard Airworthiness Certificate
4 Terms Export Common Definition 14CFR (c) A person may obtain from the FAA an export airworthiness approval to export a used aircraft engine, propeller, or article if it conforms to its approved design and is in a condition for safe operation.
5 (d) Used aircraft and surplus aircraft of the U.S. Armed Forces. An applicant for a standard airworthiness certificate for a used aircraft or surplus aircraft of the U.S. Armed Forces is entitled to a standard airworthiness certificate if [ (1) The applicant presents evidence to the FAA that the aircraft conforms to a type design approved under a type certificate or a supplemental type certificate and to applicable Airworthiness Directives;
6 Before you make a deal on a foreign purchase, You ll need to proceed with caution. Not everything is as simple as the Regulations might make it sound
7 Lets take a look at a sample Import from the FAA point of view: Aircraft placed on FAA registry Aircraft inspected IAW FAR 43 appendix D Registered owner makes application to the FAA FAA performs conformity per FAA Order G FAA approves or denies application
8 Overview of the actual import process: Aircraft placed on FAA registry Aircraft inspected IAW FAR 43 appendix D Registered owner makes application to the FAA FAA performs conformity per FAA Order G FAA approves or denies application
9 Overview of the actual import process: Aircraft Registration requirements: -A statement by the official having jurisdiction over the National Aircraft Registry of the foreign country of export indicating that registration has ended or that the aircraft was never registered. (De-registration documents) -Evidence of ownership, such as a Bill of Sale, signed in ink, from the foreign seller to the U. S. applicant/owner. (AC Form ) -A completed Aircraft Registration Application, AC Form A check or money order made payable to the Federal Aviation Administration Please note: The AC Form is not sufficient evidence to make Application for U.S Airworthiness Certificate
10 From FAA Order Para 4 (a) APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION, AC FORM (pink page) -Temporary authority of AC Form is not valid for operating aircraft not previously registered in the U.S. (not valid for a first time registration) -Use of to operate is applicable only when the aircraft has a current and valid U.S. airworthiness certificate -It should be noted that use of the (pink page) is only valid for operation in U.S. airspace -Do not present the pink page as verification of registration
11 Question: So if my AC FORM (pink page) isn t sufficient, what do I need? Answer: AFS750-FAX-4 Flight time wire or Temporary Certificate of Registration is the easiest and allows the aircraft to operate outside of the U.S. pending receipt of the Registration Hard Card AC Form Note: You can request your title company obtain a Flight Time Wire when the aircraft is registered.
12 Well that sums up Registration, now lets move to our next event in the process!
13 Proceeding on with the process, lets look at aircraft inspection Aircraft placed on FAA registry Aircraft inspected IAW FAR 43 appendix D Registered owner makes application to the FAA FAA performs conformity per FAA Order G FAA approves or denies application
14 14CFR (d) Used aircraft and surplus aircraft of the U.S. Armed Forces [ (1) The applicant presents evidence to the FAA that the aircraft conforms to a type design approved under a type certificate or a supplemental type certificate and to applicable Airworthiness Directives; (2) The aircraft (except an experimentally certificated aircraft that previously had been issued a different airworthiness certificate under this section) has been inspected in accordance with the performance rules for 100-hour inspections set forth in Sec of this chapter, or an equivalent performance standard acceptable to the FAA, and found airworthy by--] (i) The manufacturer; (ii) The holder of a repair station certificate as provided in Part 145 of this chapter; (iii) The holder of a mechanic certificate as authorized in Part 65 of this chapter; or (iv) The holder of a certificate issued under Part 121 of this chapter, and having a maintenance and inspection organization appropriate to the aircraft type; and [(3) The FAA finds after inspection, that the aircraft conforms to the type design, and is in condition for safe operation.]
15 The Inspection 14CFR Additional performance rules for inspections. c) Annual and 100-hour inspections. (1) Each person performing an annual or 100- hour inspection shall use a checklist while performing the inspection. The checklist may be of the person's own design, one provided by the manufacturer of the equipment being inspected or one obtained from another source. This checklist must include the scope and detail of the items contained in appendix D to this part and paragraph (b) of this section.
16 Common question: My aircraft just came out of an inspection performed abroad, can I use that inspection as credit? Answer: Maybe, there are a few guidelines to review.
17 CONFORMITY DETERMINATION FOR USED AIRCRAFT G, Para The FAA may accept a recent 100-hour inspection, whether performed in the U.S. or in any other country where the aircraft previously was located while the aircraft was on the U.S. registry, PROVIDED: The inspection was performed within 30 days before the date of application for a standard A/W certificate The inspection was accomplished by an AMO appropriately certificated by the CAA of a country with which the U.S. has a bilateral maintenance agreement (Canada) and that meets the requirements as defined in (d) (2)
18 CONFORMITY DETERMINATION FOR USED AIRCRAFT UNDER FOREIGN REGISTRY DURING INSPECTON G, Para 321 c (3) NEW - The FAA may accept a previously performed inspection in lieu of a 100-hour inspection, that meets the requirements set forth in Appendix B provided the following 5 conditions are met: BASA with Implementation Procedures for Airworthiness are in place Aircraft is of a type of category included within scope of BASA IPA (Acceptance of an Export Certificate of Airworthiness for Used Aircraft Under a Bilateral Agreement)
19 The inspection was performed while the aircraft was operated on the BASA country s national registry The inspection was performed by a repair facility approved by the BASA country; and The aircraft s inspection records can demonstrate that the scope of the performed inspection meets the applicable performance rules of Provided the above 5 requirements are met, the owner submits the application as follows:
20 -The applicant shall list the country, foreign repair station name, and number (if applicable) in Section IV, Block 6, on Form Using permanent blue or black ink, the applicant shall draw a line through the title of Section IV, Block 5, on Form , and provide a statement that an equivalent inspection was performed IAW Appendix B of this Order
21 Inspection Summary Well that sums up the Inspection phase, now lets move to our next event in the process!
22 Proceeding on with the process, lets look at aircraft inspection Aircraft placed on FAA registry Aircraft inspected IAW FAR 43 appendix D Registered owner makes application to the FAA FAA performs conformity per FAA Order G FAA approves or denies application
23 Application The application for a U.S. airworthiness certificate must be made by the registered owner or an agent with a notarized letter of authorization (LOA)* from the registered owner.
24 Application Owner Certification Statement CERTIFICATION - I hereby certify that I am the registered owner (or his agent) of the aircraft described above, that the aircraft is registered with the Federal Aviation Administration in accordance with Title 49 of the United States Code et seq. and applicable Federal Aviation Regulations, and that the aircraft has been inspected and is airworthy and eligible for the airworthiness certificate requested.
25 Application Inspection Agency Verification THE AIRCRAFT DESCRIBED ABOVE HAS BEEN INSPECTED AND FOUND AIRWORTHY BY: 14 CFR part 121 CERTIFICATE HOLDER OR CERTIFICATED MECHANIC OR CERTIFICATED REPAIR STATION OR AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURER
26 Application Any questions on the application phase before we proceed?
27 Moving right along, lets look at FAA Conformity Aircraft placed on FAA registry Aircraft inspected IAW FAR 43 appendix D Registered owner makes application to the FAA FAA performs conformity per FAA Order G FAA approves or denies application
28 Conformity The FAA ASI or Designee will have a list of items to review as part as the Conformity Inspection, referred to as Certification review.
29 Conformity - Complete aircraft inspection/records review - Determine eligibility by MM, S/N, per TCDS - Required records, i.e. Flight manual, WT & Bal, Equipment list - Verify nationality/registration marks and ID PLATE IAW Part 45 - Equipment properly installed and listed on equipment list - Required instruments/placards - Applicable Airworthiness Directives complied with - Conforms to TC and in condition for safe operation - Operational checks of aircraft systems, engines & props have been made in accordance with manufacturer s instructions
30 Question: My used Falcon 2000 just came out of Europe, why wouldn t it match the FAA TCDS? Answer: The FAA TCDS will list Import requirements for Foreign manufactured aircraft. Lets take a look at the TCDS in the following exercise.
31 Conformity Import Requirements. (from TCDS A50NM ) The FAA can issue a U.S. airworthiness certificate based on an NAA Export Certificate of Airworthiness (Export C of A) signed by a representative of the Direction Generale de l'aviation Civile (D.G.A.C.) of France on behalf of the European Community. The Export C of A should contain the following statement: The aircraft covered by this certificate has been examined, tested, and found to conform with Type Design approved under U.S. Type Certificate No. A50NM and to be in a condition for safe operation.
34 Conformity Question: Besides a potential surprise on the conformity statement, are there other major concerns to be aware of? Answer: Modifications are always a serious concern. Although they might be approved by the former State of Registry, there is no guarantee they will be FAA accepted. FAA acceptance of foreign manufactured aircraft stops with the TCDS. Any Post Validation Design Changes (STCs) may or may not be FAA Approved. Note: Many foreign manufactured aircraft are TC d as a green aircraft and the cabin furnishings and avionics installations are STC d. The FAA TCDS will state this condition.
35 Conformity Question: Any last conformity items to be aware of? Answer: As stated before, the TCDS will set the baseline for the Import Acceptance criteria. Be aware that some aircraft manufacturers require conversion Service Bulletins for certification transition from one authority to the next. Initial research is the key to making an informed decision. Ensure your records don t leave any unanswered questions.
36 Any last Questions before moving onto Exports?
37 Export Approvals
38 Export Approvals 1. First and foremost, the FAA does NOT mandate issuing export approvals on aeronautical products shipped to foreign countries. 2. Any aeronautical product can be shipped, however acceptance of that article will be up to the recipient National Aviation Authority. 3. If the Exporter wishes to obtain an Export C of A, There are 75 countries identified in AC 21-2, Appendix 2, which require certification that a product exported to them meets the U.S. and/or their own special requirements.
39 Export Approvals For the purposes of this presentation, we are only discussing Used Aircraft Exports. We will not be covering Engines, Propellers, or Articles due to time constraints. We often hear, what makes an aircraft used for the purpose of export it only has a few hundred operating hours on it? ANSWER: ownership has transferred* from the aircraft manufacturer (or its distributor or its dealer) to any other person.
40 Export Approvals As is the case with most FAA requests, the Export C of A begins with an application, but before the application is submitted, ensure the Export requirements have been met.
41 Export Approvals Question: What if my Export Aircraft does not comply with the Importing Country requirements? Answer: There are two conditions to be met; Importing country/jurisdiction accepts, in a form and manner acceptable to FAA, a deviation from that requirement, and Export certificate of airworthiness lists as an exception any difference between the aircraft to be exported and its type design Note that this deviation approval is handled Authority to Authority, special coordination with the FAA is required.
42 Export Approvals Special Requirements In addition to the aircraft physical condition and modification status, the Special Requirements mentioned are administrative requirements that must be satisfied; such as copies of maintenance records, flight manuals, placards, etc. Thorough initial research will greatly benefit you in your Export Approval process
43 Thank you for your time and attention Presented by: Mike Mertens DAR ODA MRA Administrator Manager of Regulatory Compliance Duncan Aviation
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