FAA CFR Compliance

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) stipulates all the governing rules in the aviation activities of the United States under the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR). These rules are part of the Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) overseeing aircraft design and maintenance, pilot training, typical airline flights, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, human-made structure heights, hot-air ballooning, obstruction lighting and marking, lighter-than-air aircraft, model rocket launches and operations, and kite flying. The FAR strives to promote safety in the aviation industry, including protecting pilots, flight attendants, passengers, and the general public from unnecessary risk.

Parts 121 and 135 Certification

Part 121 and Part 135 of the Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations require all commercial air service, scheduled flights, flights with a pre-defined route, charter flights, and on-demand flights. It thoroughly explains the governing rules for charter flights scope and kinds of operations, schedule of operations, types of operations, safety and management, aircraft maintenance, the certification requirements, and checklist, including the certification process, assessment, administrative functions, insurance, training, etc.

AeroPass FAA-CFR Compliance

AeroPass will be filing for Parts 121 and 135 Certification of the Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations to comply with the Federal Aviation Administration’s requirements. We are in the process of procuring all necessary documents, licenses, clearances, permits, authorization, tests, and assessment procedures from several offices, governing bodies, and agencies to obtain the FAA-CFA Certification.