The Dominican Institute of Civil Aviation (IDAC), in accordance with the provisions issued by the Airworthiness Directive (AD) 2020-24-02, of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the United States , resumes the authorization for Boeing 737 Max flights to the Dominican Republic as of Monday, January 25, 2021, covered by RAD 129.31 (b) (9), which empowers the IDAC to request any other document deemed necessary.
It is hereby communicated that interested operators can initiate the management of the documentation that demonstrates compliance, according to the following specifications:
- The documentation can be in the format of a letter of compliance or another format that demonstrates the application of the requirements established in the FAA 2020-24-02 Airworthiness Directive to each aircraft with the intention of operating in the Dominican Republic.
- Compliant aircraft must be specified as a group or individually using the serial number and / or registration.
- The documentation must also contain information to support the training given to flight crews, in accordance with the provisions of the Flight Standardization Board (FSB) published by the FAA in its website.
The IDAC details that “the compliance information must be sent to the Flight Standards Directorate (DNV), via email to the address & nbsp; firstname.lastname@example.org . & nbsp; This information will be required for the return to service from this official announcement of the Dominican Institute of Civil Aviation (IDAC). & nbsp;
This notice provides policy, information, and direction regarding changes to Boeing 737-8 and 737-9 Max pilot training identified in the Administration’s Flight Standardization Board (FSB) report. Federal Aviation and AFM changes and revisions listed in the Airworthiness Directive (AD) 2020-24-02. & Nbsp;