Aircraft records in the form of log books, separate maintenance records forming part of logbooks, or maintenance records kept by any other method approved by the CAAF, shall be made available to the CAAF.
NOTE: The Air Navigation Regulations require that log books, and other documents which are identified and referred to in the log books (therefore, forming part of the log books), shall be preserved until a date two years after the aircraft, engine or variable pitch propeller has been destroyed or permanently withdrawn from use.
All relevant inspection records shall be made available to the CAAF.
Inspection records shall not be destroyed without authorisation from the CAAF.
Full particulars of the work done relating to the renewal of the Certification of Airworthiness shall be entered in the appropriate log book(s) or other Approved maintenance records, and a Certificate of Release to Service shall be completed and shall be attached or included, as appropriate.
When it is more convenient, particular of the work done may be entered in a separate maintenance record which shall be certified in the same manner as that required for entries in the log books. The reference number of this record, and the place where it may be examined, shall be entered in the logbooks under a brief description of the particular work.
For further information, refer to
- Laws of Fiji
- CAAF Standards Documents
- CAAF Application Forms
- CAAF Aeronautical Information Circulars
- CAAF Guidance Documents
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