Cessna revision status checklist

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Cessna revision status checklist
Maintaining your Cessna includes staying current with new FAA regulations and checklists. (aeroplane side front image by Burtsc from Fotolia.com)

Cessna owners must keep up on yearly inspections of the plane and maintain supplemental inspection documents. The Phase Card Program ensures that the Cessna remains in compliance with FAA annual inspection requirements. The Revision Status Checklist contains all current revision levels of the Phase Card Program for the aeroplane.

Current Cessna Manuals

You can find the Cessna Revision Status Checklist at the Cessna Support website. It is constantly updated to keep all Cessna manuals current, whether they are in printed, aerofiche, DVD or CD-ROM form. You can also subscribe to the Revision Status Checklist and the latest revisions of your manual will automatically be mailed to you.

Cessna Parts Catalogues

The Cessna Revision Status Checklist also includes the most up-to-date lists of FAA approved parts for repairing and maintaining your Cessna.

Maintenance and Service Manuals

If you are an aeroplane mechanic, the Cessna Revision Status Checklist provides you with the revisions to the current maintenance and service manuals so you can keep your clients' Cessna aeroplanes in compliance with FAA standards.

Continuous Inspection Program Checklists

The continuous inspection program checklist makes it easy to check off the required points of inspection as determined by the FAA. The Cessna Revision Status Checklist includes all updated inspection points.

Other Information

Check the Cessna Revision Status Checklist to keep your pilot's operating handbooks current. You will always know when a revision, a temporary revision or a new edition of a publication pertaining to your Cessna has been issued. The Cessna Revision Status Checklist offers the 400 series flight manuals from 1965 to 1975 and pilot's operating handbooks from 1976 to the present.

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