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FAA AC 29-2

Revision C, July 24, 2014

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CERTIFICATION OF TRANSPORT CATEGORY ROTOCRAFT

Includes all amendments and changes through Change 6, July 24, 2014


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  • Revision: Revision C, July 24, 2014
  • Published Date: July 24, 2014
  • Status: Active, Most Current
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  • Published By: US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
  • Page Count: 1277
  • ANSI Approved: No
  • DoD Adopted: No

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PURPOSE:

a. This is a total revision of AC 29-2B dated 7/30/97, with Change 1 dated 9/30/98, incorporated. In addition, new material plus changes to existing paragraphs are incorporated. This consolidated version is now renumbered as AC 29-2C and replaces AC 29-2B in its entirety. This revises existing material in 12 paragraphs, adds new material for two paragraphs, and renumbers paragraphs to correspond with Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) numbering.

b. Requests from the rotorcraft industry to make the document easier to use resulted in renumbering the AC paragraphs to correspond with FAR numbering. The figure numbers are also renumbered accordingly.

c. This AC does not change regulatory requirements and does not authorize changes in, or deviations from, regulatory requirements. This AC establishes an acceptable means, but not the only means, of compliance. Since the guidance material presented in this AC is not regulatory, terms having a mandatory definition, such as “shall” and “must,” etc., as used in this AC, apply either to the reiteration of a regulation itself, or to an applicant who chooses to follow a prescribed method of compliance without deviation.

d. This advisory circular provides information on methods of compliance with 14 CFR Part 29, which contains the Airworthiness Standards for Transport Category Rotorcraft. It includes methods of compliance in the areas of basic design, ground tests, and flight tests.