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Encyclopedia > DAR (Aircraft)

A Designated Airworthiness Representative is a private person designated by the United States Federal Aviation Administration to act on its behalf in the inspection of amateur-built aircraft and the issuance of airworthiness certificates. The amateur-builder may contact the local FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) or Manufacturing Inspection District Office (MIDO) for assistance. The Federal Aviation Administration is the entity of the United States government which regulates and oversees all aspects of civil aviation in the U.S. // Activities Along with the European Joint Aviation Authorities, the FAA is one of the two main agencies worldwide responsible for the certification of new aircraft. ... An aircraft is any machine capable of atmospheric flight. ...


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FAA - Designee & Delegation Types - Designated Airworthiness Representative (DAR) (179 words)
A DAR is an individual appointed in accordance with 14 CFR §183.33 who may perform examination, inspection, and testing services necessary to the issuance of certificates.
Hold a repairman certificate and be employed at a repair station certificated under 14 CFR part 145 or an air carrier operating certificate holder with an FAA-approved continuous airworthiness program, and must meet the qualification requirements of Order 8100.8, Chapter 14.
DAR qualification criteria and selection procedures for amateur-built and light-sport aircraft airworthiness functions are provided in Order 8130.33.
FAA DAR Services (390 words)
A DAR is a private individual who has been designated by the Federal Aviation Administration with the authority to perform certain functions on behalf of the FAA.
A DAR is under no obligation to certify anything that does not meet the requirements of the appropriate Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs).
By contracting a DAR, the client establishes the time and place of the inspection and frees the client from being at the mercy or demands of the regular FAA office.
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