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owner, operator, or bailee of an aircraft shall, upon request, surrender the certificate to an authorized representative of the Administrator. (20 F. R. 7722, Oct. 14, 1955, as amended by Amdt 1-1, 21 F. R. 2585, Apr. 20, 1956) $ 1.65 Display,

An airworthiness certificate shall be carried in the aircraft at all times, and shall be displayed as prescribed by the Administrator. $ 1.65–1 Display of airworthiness cer

tificate (FAA rules which apply to

$ 1.65), The airworthiness certificate shall be displayed at the cabin or cockpit entrance in such a manner that it is legible to passengers or crew. (CAM 1 Rev., 21 F. R. 8807, Nov. 14, 1956) f 1.66 Airworthiness certificates for

normal, utility, acrobatic, and trans

port categories. Aircraft certificated in the normal, utility, acrobatic, and transport categories may be used for the carriage of persons and property for compensation or hire. This provision shall also apply to import aircraft certificated in accordance with Part 10 of this subchapter and § 1.67(c) of this part. $ 1.67 Airworthiness certificates for

normal, utility, acrobatic, and transport category aircraft; requirement

for issuance. The requirements for the issuance of an airworthiness certificate are stated in paragraphs (a) through (d) of this section.

(a) Aircraft manufactured under a production certificate. An applicant for the original issuance of an airworthiness certificate for

aircraft manufactured under the terms of a production certificate, may be issued such certificate without further showing. The Administrator may inspect the aircraft to see if it conforms to the type design.

(b) Aircraft manufactured under type certificate only. An applicant for the original issuance of an airworthiness certificate for an aircraft manufactured under the terms of a type certificate only, shall be issued such certificate upon presentation of a statement of conformity for such aircraft issued by the manufacturer when, upon inspection of the

aircraft, the Administrator finds that the aircraft conforms to the type design, and is in a condition for safe operation.

(c) Import aircraft. An applicant for the original issuance of an airworthiness certificate for an import aircraft type certificated in accordance with Part 10 of this subchapter shall be issued such certificate when the government of the country where the aircraft was manufactured certifies, or the Administrator finds, that the aircraft conforms to the type design and is in a condition for safe operation.

(d) Other aircraft. An applicant for the issuance of an airworthiness certificate for an aircraft other than provided for in paragraphs (a) through (c) of this section shall be issued such a certificate when:

(1) The applicant presents evidence to the Administrator that the aircraft conforms to a type design approved under a type certificate or a supplemental type certificate and with all applicable Airworthiness Directives issued by the Administrator;

NOTE: The evidence of conformity referred to in subparagraph (1) of this pardgraph normally consists of showing that the aircraft conforms with the applicable aircraft specification or type certificate data sheet, and presenting records showing the history of the aircraft including all alterations and repairs and the approvals thereof. Where such records are unavailable or inadequate, supplementary evidence may be required, such as, showing that the aircraft conforms with pertinent drawings, specifications, manuals or parts catalogs.

(2) The aircraft (other than an aircraft which is certificated in the experimental classification and immediately prior thereto possessed an airworthiness certificate issued in accordance with this section which aircraft shall be governed by the provisions of subparagraphs (1) and (3) of this paragraph) has been inspected and found airworthy by the manufacturer, by an appropriately certificated domestic repair station, or by a certificated air carrier possessing adequate overhaul facilities and having a maintenance and inspection organization appropriate to the type of aircraft; except that, in the case of a singleengine fixed-wing aircraft, the inspection and finding may be made by a certificated mechanic holding an inspection authorization; and

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(3) Upon inspection of the aircraft, the Administrator finds that the aircraft conforms to the type design and is in an airworthy condition for safe operation. (Secs. 313(a), 601, 603, 72 Stat. 752, 775, 776; 49 U.S.C. 1354(a), 1421, 1423) (20 F.R. 7722, Oct. 14, 1955, as amended by Amdt. 1-2, 24 F.R. 7065, Sept. 1, 1959; Amdt. 1-3, 24 F.R. 9839, Dec. 8, 1959) § 1.68 Airworthiness certificates for re

stricted category aircraft. Aircraft certificated in the restricted category shall not be used for the carriage of persons or cargo for compensation or hire. For purposes of this section, crop dusting, seeding, and other similar specialized operations are not considered as the carriage of persons or cargo for compensation or hire. Other special limitations for such aircraft are prescribed under the provisions of Part 8 of this subchapter. This section shall also apply to import aircraft certificated in accordance with Part 10 of this subchapter and $ 1.69 of this part. $ 1.69 Airworthiness certificates for re

stricted category aircraft; require

ments for issuance. The requirements for issuance of an airworthiness certificate for an aircraft in the restricted category are as stated in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section.

(a) Aircraft manufactured under a production certificate or type certificate only. An applicant for the original issuance of an airworthiness certificate for an aircraft in the restricted category, type certificated under the provisions of § 8.10 (a) (1) of this subchapter, shall comply with the appropriate provisions of $ 1.67.

(b) Other aircraft. An applicant for the issuance of an airworthiness certificate for aircraft of the restricted category other than those referred to in paragraph (a) of this section, such as surplus military aircraft and modified civil aircraft, may be issued such certificate when he demonstrates compliance with the provisions of subparagraphs (1) through (3) of this paragraph.

(1) The aircraft has been type certificated under the provisions of $ 8.10 (a) (2) of this subchapter, or modified under the provisions of $ 8.10 (b) of this subchapter;

(2) The aircraft has been inspected by the Administrator and found by him to be in a good state of preservation and repair and in condition for safe operation; and

(3) The Administrator has prescribed operating limitations in accordance with Part 8 of this subchapter. f 1.69–1 Issuance of restricted air.

worthiness certificates (FAA policies

which apply to § 1.69). FAA policies concerning "restricted category” airworthiness certificates are contained in Part 8 of this subchapter. (The manual for Part 8 may be procured from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D.C.) (CAM 1 Rev., 21 F. R. 8807, Nov. 14, 1956) § 1.70 Multiple airworthiness certifica

tion. Multiple airworthiness certification shall conform to the provisions of paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section.

(a) An aircraft shall be issued an airworthiness certificate in the restricted category and in any one or more of the other airworthiness categories prescribed by the regulations in this subchapter, if the applicant shows compliance with the requirements for each category when the aircraft is in the configuration for that category and if the aircraft can be converted from one category to another by removal or addition of equipment by simple mechanical means.

(b) Any aircraft certificated in the restricted and any other category shall be inspected and approved by an authorized representative of the Administrator, or by a certificated mechanic with an appropriate airframe rating, to determine airworthiness each time the aircraft is converted from the restricted category to another category for the carriage of passengers for compensation or hire, unless the Administrator finds this unnecessary for safety in a particular case. 8 1.70_1 Issuance of multiple airworthi

ness certificates (FAA policies which

apply to $ 1.70). FAA policies concerning multiple airworthiness certificates are contained in Part 8 of this subchapter. (See $ 1.69–1 for procurement of the manual for Part 8). (CAM 1 Rev., 21 F. R. 8807, Nov. 14, 1956) § 1.71 Airworthiness certificate for lim

ited category aircraft. Airworthiness certificates in the limited category are issued for surplus mili. tary aircraft type certificated under Part 9 of this subchapter. Aircraft in the

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Boeing..

B-17F and B-17G (Fly. AL-1.

ing Fortress). North American.. B-25G, B-258 and B- AL-2.

25J (Mitchell). Douglas.

A-26B and A-26C (In- AL-3.

vader). Douglas....

A-24B (Navy SBD-5) | AL-4.

(Dauntless). Consolidated PB2Y-3, PB2Y-3R, AL-5. Vultee.

PB2Y-5, PB2Y-5R,

PB2Y-52 (Coronado).
Consolidated.
LB 30.

AL-6.
Bikorsky.
R-4B Helicopter

AL-7 Grumman.

TBF-1, TBF-10, AL-8.
TBM-1,TBM-10
TBM-3, TBM-3E

(Avenger). Douglas..

A-20B, A-20C, A-20G, AL-9.

A-208, and A-20)

(Havoc). Lockheed..

P-38 E P-38), P-38L, AL-10.

P-38M, F-5E, F-5F,
and F-56 (Light

ning). North American.. P-51C, P-51D, and P- AL-11.

51K (Mustang). Beech..

AT-10, AT-10BH, AT- AL-12.

10GL, and AT-100F

(Wichita). Lockheed.

B-34, PV-1, and PV-2 AL-13.

(Ventura). Northrop.... P-16, P-61A, and P- AL-14.

61 B (Black Widow). North American.. A-36A (Mustang)

AL-15. Curtiss. 0-52.

AL-16. Grumman

J2F-3, J2F-4, J2F-5, AL-17.

and J2F-6 (Duck). Curtiss-Wright... P-40N, P-40L (War- AL-18.

bawk). Sikorsky. R-5A Helicopter

AL-19. Martin PBM-5 (Mariner)

AL-20. Bell..

P-63C and P-43E (King. AL-21.

cobra). North American. BC-1..

AL-22. Grumman F8F-1 (Bearcat)

AL-23. Chance-Vought. OS2U-1, OS2U-2, and AL-24.

OS20-3(Kingfisher).
Grumman.
FM-2 (Wildcat,

AL-25. Stinson.

L-1, L-1A, L-1B, LT- AL-26.

IC, L-ID, LIE, and

L-ÍF (Vigilant). North American. BT-9, BT-9A, BT-9B, AL-27.

and BT-9C (Yale). Culver.

PQ-14A, PQ-14B, and AL-28.

TD2C-1. Sikorsky Helicop- R-6A and HOS-1

AL-29. Consolidated..... C-87A (Liberator Ex- AL-30

press). Curtiss.

AT-9 and AT-9A (Jeep) AL 31. North American. BT-14 (Yale)

AL-32.

The following procedure should be followed by an applicant for a Limited Airworthiness Certificate.

(1) Establish that the aircraft in question is one of the models or series that have been issued a Limited Type Certificate. (See paragraph (a) of this section for listing of aircraft issued a "limited category” type certificate.)

(2) Determine that the aircraft configuration conforms to the requirements set forth in the pertinent "limited category" aircraft specification.

(3) Present evidence that the periodic inspection has been accomplished by an appropriately rated mechanic immediately prior to submitting the application. The scope of a periodic inspection is described under $ 18.30–18 of this subchapter.

(4) Accomplish a flight test for the purpose of checking the proper functions of the powerplant, instruments and controls of airframe and powerplant.

(5) Present logbooks for the aircraft. The logbooks should show the results of the flight test and be signed by the pilot making the flight test. The entry should indicate that the aircraft performs normally and is considered airworthy.

(6) Present any information or technical orders that the FAA representative deems necessary to establish airworthiness compliance.

(7) Present a properly executed application for a Limited Airworthiness Certificate. Application for a Limited Airworthiness Certificate is made on Form ACA-305. (See $ 1.60–2 for application procedure.)

(8) Present with the application a “limited category" aircraft specification for the particular model shown on the application. “Limited category” aircraft specifications are available free of charge from the FAA regional offices, or the FAA Office of Aviation Information, Washington 25, D. C.

The applicant should discuss the “limited category" aircraft certification requirements with the local FAA representative prior to formally submitting the aircraft for inspection and certification. This procedure is not mandatory; however, it will usually expedite final approval since the FAA representative will be able to instruct the applicant concerning the requirements for his particular aircraft. CAM 1 Rev., 21 F. R. 8807, Nov. 14, 1956)

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(3) Upon inspection of the aircraft, the Administrator finds that the aircraft conforms to the type design and is in an airworthy condition for safe operation. (Secs. 313(a), 601, 603, 72 Stat. 752, 775, 776; 49 U.S.C. 1354(a), 1421, 1423) [20 F.R. 7722, Oct. 14, 1955, as amended by Amdt. 1-2, 24 F.R. 7065, Sept. 1, 1959; Amdt. 1-3, 24 F.R. 9839, Dec. 8, 1959) § 1.68 Airworthiness certificates for re

stricted category aircraft. Aircraft certificated in the restricted category shall not be used for the carriage of persons or cargo for compensation or hire. For purposes of this section, crop dusting, seeding, and other similar specialized operations are not considered as the carriage of persons or cargo for compensation or hire. Other special limitations for such aircraft are prescribed under the provisions of Part 8 of this subchapter. This section shall also apply to import aircraft certificated in accordance with Part 10 of this subchapter and $ 1.69 of this part. 8 1.69 Airworthiness certificates for re

stricted category aircraft; require

ments for issuance. The requirements for issuance of an airworthiness certificate for an aircraft in the restricted category are as stated in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section.

(a) Aircraft manufactured under a production certificate or type certificate only. An applicant for the original issuance of an airworthiness certificate for an aircraft in the restricted category, type certificated under the provisions of $ 8.10 (a) (1) of this subchapter, shall comply with the appropriate provisions of $ 1.67.

(b) Other aircraft. An applicant for the issuance of an airworthiness certificate for aircraft of the restricted category other than those referred to in paragraph (a) of this section, such as surplus military aircraft and modified civil aircraft, may be issued such certificate when he demonstrates compliance with the provisions of subparagraphs (1) through (3) of this paragraph.

(1) The aircraft has been type certificated under the provisions of $ 8.10 (a) (2) of this subchapter, or modified under the provisions of $ 8.10 (b) of this subchapter;

(2) The aircraft has been inspected by the Administrator and found by him to be in a good state of preservation and repair and in condition for safe operation; and

(3) The Administrator has prescribed operating limitations in accordance with Part 8 of this subchapter. § 1.69–1 Issuance of restricted air

worthiness certificates (FAA policies

which apply to § 1.69). FAA policies concerning "restricted category" airworthiness certificates are contained in Part 8 of this subchapter. (The manual for Part 8 may be procured from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D.C.) (CAM 1 Rev., 21 F. R. 8807, Nov. 14, 1956) $ 1.70 Multiple airworthiness certifica

tion. Multiple airworthiness certification shall conform to the provisions of paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section.

(a) An aircraft shall be issued an airworthiness certificate in the restricted category and in any one or more of the other airworthiness categories prescribed by the regulations in this subchapter, if the applicant shows compliance with the requirements for each category when the aircraft is in the configuration for that category and i the aircraft can be converted from one category to another by removal or addition of equipment by simple mechanical means.

(b) Any aircraft certificated in the restricted and any other category shall be inspected and approved by an authorized representative of the Administrator, or by a certificated mechanic with an appropriate airframe rating, to determine airworthiness each time the aircraft is converted from the restricted category to another category for the carriage of passengers for compensation or hire, unless the Administrator finds this unnecessary for safety in a particular case. 8 1.70–1 Issuance of multiple airworthi

ness certificates (FAA policies which

apply to § 1.70). FAA policies concerning multiple airworthiness certificates are contained in Part 8 of this subchapter. (See $ 1.69_1 for procurement of the manual for Part 8). (CAM 1 Rev., 21 F. R. 8807, Nov. 14, 1956] 8 1.71 Airworthiness certificate for lim

ited category aircraft. Airworthiness certificates in the limited category are issued for surplus military aircraft type certificated under Part 9 of this subchapter. Aircraft in the

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AL-1.

AL-2.

AL-3.

AL-4.

AL-5.

AL-6. AL-7. AL-8.

AL-9.

AL-10.

The following procedure should be followed by an applicant for a Limited Airworthiness Certificate.

(1) Establish that the aircraft in question is one of the models or series that have been issued a Limited Type Certificate. (See paragraph (a) of this section for listing of aircraft issued a "limited category" type certificate.)

(2) Determine that the aircraft configuration conforms to the requirements set forth in the pertinent "limited category" aircraft specification.

(3) Present evidence that the periodic Inspection has been accomplished by an appropriately rated mechanic immediately prior to submitting the application. The scope of a periodic inspection is described under $ 18.30–18 of this subchapter.

(4) Accomplish a flight test for the purpose of checking the proper functions of the powerplant, instruments and controls of airframe and powerplant.

(5) Present logbooks for the aircraft. The logbooks should show the results of the flight test and be signed by the pilot making the flight test. The entry should indicate that the aircraft performs normally and is considered airworthy.

(6) Present any information or technical orders that the FAA representative deems necessary to establish airworthiness compliance.

(7) Present a properly executed application for a Limited Airworthiness Certificate. Application for a Limited Airworthiness Certificate is made on Form ACA-305. (See § 1.60–2 for application procedure.)

(8) Present with the application a "limited category" aircraft specification for the particular model shown on the application. "Limited category" aircraft specifications are available free of charge from the FAA regional offices, or the FAA Office of Aviation Information, Washington 25, D. C.

The applicant should discuss the “limited category” aircraft certification requirements with the local FAA representative prior to formally submitting the aircraft for inspection and certification. This procedure is not mandatory; however, it will usually expedite final approval since the FAA representative will be able to instruct the applicant concerning the requirements for his particular aircraft. CAM 1 Rev., 21 F. R. 8807, Nov. 14, 1956)

AL-11,

AL-12.

Boeing...

B-17F and B-17G (Fly.

ing Fortress). North American.. B-250, B-25H and B

25J (Mitchell). Douglas.

A-26B and A-26C (In

vader). Douglas...

A-24B (Navy SBD-5)

(Dauntless). Consolidated PB2Y-3, PB2Y-3R, Vultee.

PB2Y-5, PB2Y-5R,

PB2Y-5Z (Coronado). Consolidated. LB 30. Sikorsky.

R-4B Helicopter
Grumman.

TBF-1, TBF-10,
TBM-1,TBM-10
TBM-3. TBM-3E

(A venger). Douglas.

A-20B, A-20C, A-20G,
A-208, and A-20)

(Havoc). Lockheed.

P-38 E P-38), P-38L,

P-38M, F-5E, F-5F, and

F-6G (Light

ning). North American.. P-510, P-51D, and P

51K (Mustang). Beech..

AT-10, AT-10BH, AT

10GL, and AT-10G F

(Wichita). Lockheed

B-34, PV-1, and PV-2

(Ventura). Northrop..

P-16, P-61A, and P

61 B (Black Widow). North American. A-36 A (Mustang) Curtiss.

0-52 Grumman.

J2F-3, J2F-4, J2F-5,

and J2F-6 (Duck). Curtiss-Wright... P-40N, P-40L (War.

hawk). Sikorsky.

R-5A Helicopter Martin

PBM-5 (Mariner), Bell..

P-63C and P-F3E (King

cobra). North American. BC-1. Grumman

F8F-1 (Bearcat) Chance-Vought.. OS2U-1, OSU-2, and

OS20-3(Kingfisher). Grumman.

FM-2 (Wildcat. Stinson.

L-1, L-1A, L-1B, L

IC, L-1D, L-1E, and

L-ÍF (Vigilant). North American. BT-9, BT-9A, BT-9B.

and BT-9C (Yale). Culver.

PQ-14A, PQ-14B, and

TD2C-1. Sikorsky Helicop- R-6A and HOS-1

ter. Consolidated... C-87A (Liberator Ex

press), Curtiss.

AT-9 and AT-9A (Jeep) North American. BT-14 (Yale)

AL-13.

AL-14.

AL-15. AL-16. AL-17.

AL-18.

AL-19. AL-20. AL-21.

AL-22. AL-23. AL-24.

AL-25. AL-26.

AL-27.

AL-28.

AL-29.

AL-30

AL-31. AL-32.

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(b) Application procedure for original limited airworthiness certificate.

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