The FAA today published several notices in the Federal Register announcing the availability of Advisory Circulars (AC’s) relating to aircraft and parts certification. The announcements include:
Advisory Circular (AC) 187-1A, Flight Standards Service Schedule of Charges Outside the United States (AC 187-1A can be found here)
Advisory Circular (AC) 23.629-1B, Means of Compliance With Title 14 CFR, Part 23, Sec. 23.629, Flutter (Although not yet available on the FAA’s website, AC 23.629-1B’s predecessor, AC 23.629-1A, can be found here)
Advisory Circular 33.19-1, Guidance Material for 14 CFR Sec. 33.19, Durability, for Reciprocating Engine Redesigned Parts (AC 33.19-1 can be found here) and
Advisory Circular 33.27-1, Turbine Rotor Strength Requirements of 14 CFR 33.27 (AC 33.27-1 can be found here
Additionally, the FAA published a notice of final policy relating to Process for Developing Instructions for Maintenance and Inspection of Fuel Tank Systems Required by SFAR 88. This is policy arose out of the TWA Flight 800 crash and can be found here.