In case the aeronautical product manufacturer
isn´t in the manufacturer list means ANAC has not issued Airworthiness Directive
for such manufacturer. For non-Brazilian aeronautical products, see also the ADs
issued by the Aeronautical Authority of the country responsible
for the product type design, in accordance with the RBAC 39.5-I, that
"For the purposes of this regulation, the ANAC considers an Airworthiness
Directive, or equivalent document issued by the Civil Aviation Authority of
the State of Design, as an Airworthiness Directive issued by the ANAC itself.
If the ANAC issues an Airworthiness Directive that presents conflicts with
foreign Airworthiness Directive, the requirements of the ANAC Airworthiness
Directive must prevail."
Rmk: All the listings are classified per descending Efective Date
and Directive Number.
Since January 2009 the Brazilian Airworthiness Directives Indexes
are no longer published, due to all information be available and updated on the
website pages and the listings already work as indexes.
Additionally, biweekly lists are generated, as FAA and EASA do,
noticing the publication of Brazilian ADs for each considered period that
are based on the AD effective date.
ANAC maintains e-mail lists to distribute Airworthiness Directives (AD),
Proposed ADs (NPR/AD) and Special Airworthiness Bulletins (BEA) issued by ANAC.
To request inclusion in these distribution lists you shall send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org,
indicating the aeronautical product of interest.
Note: ANAC does not distribute through these lists ADs (or equivalent documents) issued by foreign authorities.
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