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MYTH:


The mechanic handles all the maintenance records.


Nope. Granted, a mechanic is required per Part 43.9(a) and 43.11(a) to make an entry in the maintenance record for most of the work they perform. However, it falls to the owner to ensure the mechanics make those appropriate entries in the aircraft maintenance records that indicate the aircraft has been approved for return to service per Part 91.405(b). It also falls to the owner to ensure those maintenance records are kept in


accordance with Part 91.417(a). Once again, it’s the owner who is the responsible party and not the mechanic.


Additionally, the owner is required to retain a number of records in the course of normal operations and maintenance, including certain records that must be kept indefinitely and transferred when the aircraft is sold. Part 91.417(b) is the go-to reference on that topic.


It’s Official


We’ve added the Leonardo AW139 helicopter to our Part 145 Certified Repair Station certificate, which means now you have access to expertise we’ve been cultivating for years:


• Maintenance • Inspection • Overhaul • Repair


• Modification • Paint • Interiors


Why’d we do it? Simple. Adding the AW139 aircraft to our certificate perfectly aligns with our capabilities and offers you an experienced and established alternative provider.


Let’s talk about how we can help you with your AW139 maintenance needs.


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