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What kind of maintenance requirements do Part 121 and 135 aircraft have to have?

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I know that aircraft used for flight instruction have to have a 100 hour inspection and all general aviation aircraft have to have an annual inspection, what kind of maintenance requirements do commercial airliner's have to have?

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  1. Brian on Sep 10, 2013

    Did you happen to spend a few minutes looking at Part 121 or 135? The contents section has a sub-part called maintenance.

    Go to: http://www.evolutionaryflighttraining.com/resources/fars

    Click the blue link for 110-199. There you will find parts 121 and 135.

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  2. Ryan Jones on Sep 10, 2013

    Ok thank you!

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