- type certificate data sheets
- The official specifications of an airplane, engine, or propeller issued by the national regulatory authority (e.g., FAA, CAA). To be airworthy, any device must conform to the specifications. It is the responsibility of each technician to have the device meet these specifications during relevant inspections.
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