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Volume 1, No. 16
Friday^ December 7, 1945
One of the reasons some jobs are nec
essarily held up, is the negligence of
the ovmers of airplanes to observe the
regulations which require all operation
papers to be kept in the airplane at
all times. It is surprising how few
pilots and mechanics are faiailiar T/vith
those regulations. For the benefit of
our personnel, I am listing below the
43.100 »■ Registration Cortificate,
A registration cortificate issuod
to the ovmor of the aircraft shall
bo carried in tho aircraft at all
43.101 - Airworthiness Certificate,
An airworthiness cortificato or
spccial authorization issuod by
tho Administrator approving its
operation shall bo carried in tho
aircraft at all times during flight.
43.1010 - Aircraft Operation Record,
iin aircraft for which an eirworth-
iness certificate is currently in
effect shall not be operated ur-
less there is attached to such air-
v/orthiness certificate an approp
riate aircraft operation record
prescri'bed and issued by the Admin
istrator, nor shall such aircraft
be operated other than in accord
ance with the limitations pres
cribed and sot forth by the Admin
istrator in such record. Any change
made to the aircraft which affoots
these limitations shall bo mado
under tho supervision of an approp
riately rated mechanic or othor
person authorized by the Adminis
trator cjid such change shall be
noted in the aircraft operations
43.24 - Aircraft ond Engine Logs.
The registered owner shall keep
accurate, current, permanent re
cords of the total flight time of
the aircraft and the running time
of each engine. Sudi records shall
be kept in logbooks or other suit
able systems readily available*for
transfer with the aircraft or indivi
dual ongino and, upon request, must be
presented to an authorized roprosenta-
Qtive of the Admistrator or Board. A
mechanical deviee v/hich records the
total amount of operation or tlie total
number of engine revolutions may be
used in lieu of such aircraft and eng
43.25 - Rebuilt Engine Logs. A new re
cord without previous operating his
tory may bo used for an aircraft ongiu'
rebuilt by tho Manufacturer or. any
agency approved by the manufacturer fo.
such work, provided such nov/ record co
tains a signed statement by such manu
facturer or agoncy giving tho date tho
engine was rebuilt and such other in
formation as the Administrator may
AMONG OUR EMPLOYEES
Mr. Vestal and Ihr, Northington left
Wednesday night for the Piper factory
to bring back two new QiJbs.
We had a nice snow Wednesday night.
How about that bet. Vestal? Signed-JF'.:
Maizio seems a little nervous theso
days. Could it be she's expecting somc'
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Next Wednesday night, lbcomber 12th,
at 8:00 P.M. in tho Terraco Room, tho
airport is having their annual Christ
mas party. Tho admission price is v.5C
for each person that works at tho air
port. This price includes your v;ifo o;
dato. Many thanks to Mr. Parks for
making this party possible.
Wo have a novf father in our midst.
Congro.tulations, Mr. Davis. Mr. Davis
is the proud father of an 8-|- lb, boy.
Mother and son are doing fino, Mr. Devi
doing oven better.
Wo have a new employee with us nov/,
Tommy Shook. Wo’r'^ glad to have you
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