AD Compliance 101: FAA AC39-7D Rules

As the aircraft's owner, you are directly responsible for airworthiness directives. Sifting through the regulatory jargon is tricky.

We got a call awhile back from the seller of a light twin who was in a panic when the aircraft was snagged in a prepurchase inspection because an old AD wasn’t signed off. The lack of AD compliance rightfully raised some red flags about the overall upkeep of the airplane, and the buyer was […]
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