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Air Carrier Compliance Group offers "turnkey" complete document service for FAR Part 135 and FAR Part 145 certifications. Once the FAA approves your manuals, we provide hard copies for your Principle Base of Operations office, the FAA, and the aircraft. Additionally, your manuals can be made available online (secured) and we can provide you with an electronic file copy that you can email.
If you are pursuing revenue air service or repair station certification, the information you need is available right here or through links listed on this site. In addition to the regulatory requirements and links, most subjects have explanation narratives to help you understand the requirements.
We do the Manual work for you!
ACCG can assist you-
as a liaison to the FAA, we help you create all required manuals, customized to your operation.
prepare your Pre and Final FAA application.
meet with the FAA with you or on your behalf, if needed.
author customized manuals specifically tuned to your Part 135 or 145 operation.
work directly with your FAA POI on additions, deletions, or changes to these manuals.
with printed and digital copies of your manuals for your library.
stay in compliance as FAA regulations change.
Part 91 (Sub K) Fractional Certifications
- Complete document services for your FAA certification
- 91k certifications for helicopter, single engine airplanes, jets...
Part 135 Certifications
A Part 135 certificate is required for those who desire to:
- Operate aircraft for hire
- Hold out to the public
- Provide public transportation services by air
Manual Development Services
Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Training Program
Also known as Dangerous Goods, HAZMAT training is required for all Part 135 certified air carriers.
Realistically, all operators should have a Minimum Equipment List.
The Non-Essential Furnishings Program (NEF) applies to aircraft operators utilizing an MEL under either Part 91 or Part 135 operations.
Most certifications require an FAA Approved Training Program.
AAIP's are required for those who operate turbine, and some turbo prop aircraft.