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ATA 100 index

 

ATA 100

An aircraft manual is divided in 100 different ATAís.

For example:
Wing information is classified under ATA nr 57 while Auto flight systems can be retrieved in ATA nr 22 of the ATA 100 list.

ATA 100 Subjects:

00 : Introduction

05 : Time Limits/Maintenance Checks

06 : Dimensions & Areas

07 : Lifting & Shoring

08 : Leveling & Weighing

09 : Towing & Taxing

10 : Parking & Mooring

11 : Placards & Marking

12 : Servicing

20 : Standard Practices Airframe

21 : Air conditioning

22 : Auto flight

23 : Communications

24 : Electrical power

25 : Equipment/Furnishings

26 : Fire Protection

27 : Flight controls

28 : Fuel

29 : Hydraulic power

30 : Ice and rain

31 : Instruments

32 : Landing gear

33 : Lights

34 : Navigation

35 : Oxygen

36 : Pneumatic

38 : Water/Waste

49 : Airborne auxiliary power

51 : Structures

52 : Doors

53 : Fuselage

54 : Nacelles/Pylons

55 : Stabilizers

56 : Windows

57 : Wings

70 : Standard practices Engines

71 : Power plant

72 : Engine

73 : Engine fuel and control

74 : Ignition

75 : Air

76 : Engine controls

77 : Engine indication

78 : Exhaust

79 : Oil

80 : Starting


Each ATA is divided in several sub-sections, so called sub-systems.

For example:

ATA 29 is hydraulic power, containing main and back-up sub-systems.

Letís say a main hydraulic system of a certain airplane is given the number 10.

Giving the following code: Main system = 29-10
Back-up system Nr 1 = 29-11
Back-up system Nr 2 = 29-12                                            

Within this main system there is a hydraulic pump, the pump has the number 13.

Giving the following code: Main system hydraulic pump = 29-10-13
Back-up system Nr 1 hydraulic pump = 29-11-13

These ATA code numbers are used in all aircraft manuals all over the world.


 





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