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Spec 119: Continuous Monitoring of Maintenance Instructions

Product Code 12014
Revision 2014.1
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NEW - Airlines for America (A4A) is pleased to announce the new ATA Spec 119 (2014.1). The purpose of this specification is to foster improved communication between operators and Original Equipment Manufacturers/Design Approval Holders (OEM/DAHs) and their suppliers regarding safety-related maintenance instruction issues. This specification outlines a means of accomplishing the reporting intent of the Commercial Aviation Safety Team’s (CAST), Safety Enhancement 170 task force (SE170) recommendations. The process is sequentially ordered to assure that identified potential safety concern items are rigorously evaluated and clearly communicated first within the operator’s systems and, if valid and appropriate, to the OEM/DAH.

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