145.24 Airworthiness Data
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The maintenance organization shall keep the following documents related to the civil aircraft maintenance:
(1) The civil aviation regulation of the People’s Republic of China, Civil Aviation Administration Procedure, Advisory Circulars, administration documents and other documents regarding the civil aircraft maintenance issued by the CAAC, including the relevant national standards quoted in the aforementioned documents;
(2) The relevant airworthiness data prescribed by the civil aircraft or aircraft component manufacturer(s) or other documents approved or accepted by the CAAC which are necessary for the maintenance work, including all kinds of manuals, documents, service bulletins, service letters as well as the relevant international or industrial standards quoted in the aforementioned documents；
(3) The relevant documents provided by the "job sender" pursuant to the maintenance rating(s)/item(s) specified in the maintenance contract, including the operator’s maintenance program, manual and worksheet, etc.
The maintenance organization shall fulfill the following requirements to establish the effective control over the airworthiness data to ensure the airworthiness data is valid and ready for use:
(1) The maintenance organization shall keep the master of the airworthiness data under centralized control, establish a relevant management procedure to control the airworthiness data effectively and ensure the distributed copies are identical to the master. An effective backup system shall be available when using a computer system to save airworthiness data.
(2) The maintenance organization shall review the index of the valid airworthiness data catalog issued by the publisher periodically or check with the publisher directly to verify the status of validity of the airworthiness data. In the case that the validity of the airworthiness data in use is controlled by the "job sender", the maintenance organization shall obtain of a formal statement on validity of the airworthiness data from the "job sender" prior to the use.
(3) The non-valid airworthiness data and other uncontrolled reference data shall be distinctively marked and segregated to avoid being mixed up with the valid and controlled airworthiness data.
(4) The maintenance organization shall ensure that the maintenance personnel can readily get access to the necessary airworthiness data for the maintenance, and the necessary reading device so required shall be provided.