FAQ n.20139

Can a DOA Holder issue a compilation of EASA approved revisions to the Airworthiness Limitations Section (ALS) of the Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA)?

Answer

Already approved temporary revisions to the ALS of the ICA can be compiled as a new revision and released by one DOA Holder under privilege 21.A.263(c)(3) provided the following conditions are met:

  • the new ALS revision must consist only in compiling already EASA approved data (temporary revisions or any other means proposed to update the ALS);
  • the revision must include clear information about the EASA approval of the technical content of the ALS, with references to the relevant approval letters;
  • the DOA approval statement of 21.A.263(c)(3) can be used but with explanations that it is only related to the compilation of previously EASA approved data, with no further technical change
Last updated: 
23/11/2015

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