Airworthiness standard (or sometimes called airworthiness code) is referred in ICAO Doc 9760 as “Detailed and comprehensive design and safety criteria applicable to the category of the aeronautical product (aircraft, engine and propeller) that satisfy, at a minimum, the applicable standards of Annex 8”.
According to Air Navigation Act. Section 34, Thailand has published the airworthiness standards in the “The Requirements of the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand No. 17 – Airworthiness Standard BE. 2562” based on the airworthiness standards adopted from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
CAAT has established a periodic review of the latest revisions of the adopted regulations. The list of the latest adopted regulations is published in the from AIR-DP-405.
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