Military Aviation Authority (MAA)
The MAP-01 supports the 4000 series which regulates continuing airworthiness engineering activity to sustain military in service aircraft.
The MAP-02 is a comprehensive list and description of military aviation engineering documentation processes used.
This document provides a single reference source for abbreviations and definition of terms as defined by the MAA.
A regulatory notice will notify changes in structures, procedures or regulations, or provide operational or engineering information and guidance.
This is a consolidated list of approved organizations within the Military Aviation Authority (MAA) Approval Schemes.
This document provides Director MAA’s overarching policy.
The following tables relates to changes against Def Stan 970.
RA covering the roles and responsibilities of aviation duty holders (ADH) and ADH facing organisations.
This user manual is intended to be an easy to use reference for ASIMS users, and should be read in conjunction with Regulatory Article 1410.
RA covering air systems airworthiness strategy, safety assessment and the need for independent technical evaluation and safety audit.
RA covering need and maintenance of an air safety management system and its contents.
Course dates for Military Aviation Authority (MAA) general courses, human factors and safety training for error prevention (STEP) courses.
RA covering the reporting of inherent risks in operating aviation to reduce them to tolerable and as low as reasonably practicable.
RA covering the responsibilities and privileges of the holder of military design organization approval.
RA covering categorisation of RPAS and the specific regulations to assure their safe operation.
This is the combined series for the 1000 general RAs.
This is the combined series for the 3000 ATM RAs.
RA covering the requirements to be met by an organisation for the issue of or continuation of a CAM approval.
DAOS is the means by which the MOD can assess the competency of design organisations.
RA covering the ownership and management of risk to life using a standardised approach and with regard to future risks.
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