FAR 135 Maintenance

FAR 135 Maintenance

Many pilots aspire to fly bigger, faster, and more complex aircraft than where they currently are. It?s this ?always forward? attitude that pushes pilots to the next level of aviation. Does this same attitude apply in maintenance If so, such things as opening a maintenance shop are the first step. This is equivocal to a private pilot?s license. For some this is all they want, for others this is just the beginning. Such is true in aviation maintenance. The maintenance shop, for many, is just the first step. This is followed possibly by becoming a repair station, upgrading to being able to do overhauls, or possibly becoming a service center for a manufacturer. One possible step is opening your maintenance facility to handle 135 charter aircraft.
135 charter aircraft is often times a way that smaller maintenance facilities use to increase business. What this means is that they work on aircraft that fly charter operations, regulated under FAR (federal aviation regulation) 135. This regulation and all FARs can be found under CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) chapter 14. So what does 135 mean Why is it different from

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