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February 7, 2013
Paper Mechanics Certificates Expire Soon
The FAA reminds airframe and powerplant mechanics to exchange their paper certificates for plastic ones before March 31, 2013. Paper certificates will expire on that date and holders will not be able to exercise their privileges thereafter. This expiration date also applies to all certificates issued under 14 CFR Parts 63 and 65. All paper pilot certificates expired on March 31, 2010 and should have been replaced prior to that date.
 
FAA also reminds certificate holders there is a $2 charge to replace a certificate unless the certificate number has not been changed from the holder’s social security number (SSN). There is no charge to reissue certificates to remove the SSN.
 
To change your certificate number from your SSN and request a replacement click here
 

To replace your Airmen Certificate click here

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IN THIS ISSUE
SEAF Recognizes Bill Lavender and AgAir Update
Web-Distributed Labeling on the Horizon
Renew Your NAAA Membership by Feb. 15
Legislation Introduced in Nebraska Changing Fines Levied for Application Violations
NAAA, WNAAA, NAAREF Board Meetings Feb. 14-16
For the Record: Forstrom NAAA’s First Female Officer
AD Issued for Bell 205s
AD Issued on Bell Main Rotor Yokes
AD Issued for Bell 206 Servo Actuator Assemblies
Paper Mechanics Certificates Expire Soon
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
February 78
North Carolina AAA Convention & PAASS Program
Embassy Suites Raleigh
Durham/Research Triangle
Contact: Mike Rivenbark
(910) 279-7069
 
February 1416
NAAA, WNAAA, NAAREF Spring Board Meetings
Hilton Alexandria Old Town
Alexandria, VA
Contact: Peggy Knizner
(202) 546-5722
Tentative Meeting Schedule
 
February 1820
Nebraska ATA Convention & PAASS Program
Younes Conference Center
Kearney, NE
Contact: Judy McDowell
(402) 475-6282

February 19–22
Louisiana AAA North Fly-In
Location TBD
Analyst: Dennis Gardisser
(501) 676-1762

February 2022
Tr-State Aerial Convention & PAASS Program
Sioux Falls Convention Center
Sioux Falls, SD
Contact: (MN) Terry Stieren
(952) 226-5874
(ND) Cindy Schreiber-Beck
(701) 642-5777
(SD) Laurie Robbennolt
(605) 765-2707


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