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Aviation Learning Center Document Meet Your Aircraft P-8740-29
Author: FAA Date: 1995
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  • Airworthiness Certificate.
  • Registration Certificate.
  • Operating limitations found in the Airplane Flight Manual or Owner's Handbook with appropriate placards and markings.
  • Weight and Balance Documentation.

This list may not be all inclusive. The PIC is responsible for ensuring that the flight complies with all of the appropriate regulations. The Airworthiness Certificate states in part that "...this airworthiness certificate is effective as long as the maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alterations are performed in accordance with Parts 21, 43, and 91 of the Federal Aviation Regulations, as appropriate, and the aircraft is registered in the United States." This statement means not only the above checklist items, but also that all applicable regulations must be complied with for the airworthiness certificate to be valid.

To determine that the aircraft is "in condition for safe operation" requires a good preflight by the pilot in accordance with the aircraft manufacturer's recommendations to determine "wear and deterioration" have not created any unsafe conditions.

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