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Aviation Glossary – Acronyms and Abbreviations

Aviation Glossary

“AD c/w @ EOL w/ 12564:34 a/c FH and 8457 FC, TLB# 245372” – that and similar uses of aviation acronyms and abbreviations are pretty common in the technical aviation business. People who deal with aircraft transitions and airworthiness management

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Top Ten Features of Airworthiness Software

Features of Airworthiness Software

In all my posts in the airworthiness section I try to explain what airworthiness is all about, why it is necessary and how to make sure that the aircraft in your fleet remain airworthy while operating. Naturally, in the 21st

Posted in Airworthiness, Aiworthiness Software Systems
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