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Old 3rd January 2009, 12:18 PM
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Thank You! Form 1 EASA / Form 8130-3 tag - light aircraft with registration N

Hello, I am from Spain ,may you help me with this questions?:

I would like to know if I could to install a component with Form 1 EASA instead of with FORM 8130-3 in a light aircraft with registration N ? ,and where can I foud all rules about this?

thanks a lot
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Old 3rd January 2009, 10:09 PM
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Re: Form 1 easa/ form 8130-3 tag

Hi chusiwd30,

The best place to start is to go right to the source, the FAA. Specifically the FSDO. To find the Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) nearest you, hop onto the FAA web site "tripple dub faa dot GOV". Navigate to or search for "FSDO". Sorry I can't post the exact link due to forum TOS, but it should be easy to find. There are FSDO office all over the place, so one should be close to you.

Give them the specifics of your aircraft, the part, the EASA Form 1, and any other pertinent information. They will be able to assist you. Many people fear the FAA, you shouldn't. They have to keep all the rules enforced and that eventually means keeping you and the public safe. Sure many of the stuff you hear in the news about the FAA is at the higher levels, but the "working guys and gals" are 95% to 99% very helpful, friendly, and will provide all the stuff you need to accomplish what you want to do. Always tell them the truth about the part, airplane, etc..., give complete details, and you'll be fine.

Bottom line is that having a "valid" EASA Form 1 is a good start. You can always contact the distributor or company that sold you the part and discuss the EASA Form 1, another good place for info.

The United States' Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) (in the US it is the Federal Aviation Administration - FAA) has what are called bi-laterals in place with almost all other countries with aviation industries. The bi-lateral spells out (it's all legal stuff) exactly how the US and the other countrys' CAA interact. From big picture things like entire aircraft certifications, down to having an imported aircraft part with the EASA Form 1. I can't tell from what you have written if what you have is valid, and airworthy...so I won't venture any specific advice, except to contact the FAA FSDO.

Hope this helps,

LAACODER

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Old 5th January 2009, 05:21 PM
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Re: Form 1 easa/ form 8130-3 tag

Hi BradM,

Thanks for the post. I've got a "few" years working with the FAA, and am only happy to help anyone on this site with my past experiences (can you say Grey Bread?). If I don't have an answer I can surely help posters find out where to go to get their questions addressed or answered.

Happy New Year to all

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Old 5th January 2009, 05:22 PM
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Re: Form 1 easa/ form 8130-3 tag

OOPS - that is Greay "Beard", not BREAD! Grey BREAD is to be avoided at all costs!!!

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Old 17th January 2009, 10:21 AM
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Re: Form 1 easa/ form 8130-3 tag

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Hi BradM,

Thanks for the post. I've got a "few" years working with the FAA, and am only happy to help anyone on this site with my past experiences (can you say Grey Bread?). If I don't have an answer I can surely help posters find out where to go to get their questions addressed or answered.

Happy New Year to all

LAACODER
Hi Laacoder,

I am glad to find your post - it gives me hope to find an answer to my question regarding the following case:

There is an aircraft seat (FAR-25 A/C) released by means of a 8130-3. The seat manufacturer himself designed an alteration to this seat. The seat shall be altered i.a.w. the approved manufacturer's design by an EASA approved 145-organisation in accordance with their approved procedures. The Aircraft is not a N-registered one, it's registered in one of the EASA-member states.

My question is: Is the EASA-145 organisation allowed to alter the seat and issue an EASA Form 1 after alteration or is only a FAA repair station allowed to do so with the release in the form of a 8130-3?



Looking very much forward to your help.
Thank you. Angelika
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Old 23rd January 2009, 07:51 PM
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Hi Angelika,

Let me do a bit of research on this and I'll post what I find. Since I am a FAA DER (Designated Engineering Representative) I am focused, by way of FAA Regs, to approve design data via FAA Form 8110-3 only. The question, it seems is more toward the FAA DAR (Designated Airworthiness Representative), quality and part conformity issues, and the issuance of the 8130-3 form. Anyway, I'll do a bit of research and see what I can come up with for you. Stay tuned and have a great weekend!

LAACODER
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