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FAQ n.19050

Can the extension of an ARC be anticipated more than 30 days?

Answer

Assuming the aircraft satisfies the conditions for extension established in M.A.901 or ML.A.901, 30 days is the maximum allowed period for which the ARC extension can be anticipated without losing the continuity of the airworthiness review pattern. This means that the new expiration date is established as one year after the previous expiration date (AMC M.A.901(c)2, (e)2 and (f), ML.A.901(d)).
 
If the extension is anticipated by more than 30 days, the new expiration date will be established as one year after the date of extension. 

Last updated
28/01/2021

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