MIP signed August 31, 2006 –Effective 60 days after Recognizes each others AMOs Identifies special conditions
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP 14 CFR Part 145 + Special Conditions = TCCA CAR 573
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP References: AC 43-10B CFR 14, Part 43.17 8300.10, Vol 3, Ch 100
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP FAA repair station may work on Canadian products if: –Repair station is located in the US –Meets special conditions of the MIP Excludes annual inspections
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP TCCA acceptance may not exceed repair station ratings Data approved or acceptable to TCCA Procedures in CRS manuals to meet special conditions for Canadian air carriers
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP Use only TCCA approved or accepted parts Major repairs documented on –Form 337 or, –In accordance with Standard 571, App. L
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP Canada Standard 571 app L.htm Canada major repair form.pdf
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP Ensure repairs and alterations are accomplished with TCCA approved or accepted data Report unairworthy conditions to TCCA SUPs reporting
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP Special Conditions when working on Canadian Air Carriers: Procedures to ensure: –Compliance with operators work order or contract –Applicable TCCA ADs are available –Major repairs and alterations are accomplished in accordance with TCCA approved data
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP Special Conditions when working on Canadian Air Carriers: Procedures to ensure: –Major repairs and alterations reported to TCCA –Reporting of serious defects to TCCA –Compliance with MMM or ICA and handling deviations –Training program
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP Special Conditions when working on Canadian Air Carriers: A supplement Describing the procedures OR Explain where in the RSM those procedures are located
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP Special Conditions Must allow inspection by TCCA Cooperate with investigations or enforcements
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP Canadian AMO has similar requirements to work on US products Canadian AMO must have a supplement to work on US air carrier aircraft or parts.
US-Canada Bilateral/MIP MIP requires FAA and TCCA to notify each other of any investigations that could result in revocation, suspension or penalty
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