8130 Airworthiness Certificate
Aircraft Specialties is able to provide the following traceability or airworthiness documents for new parts:
- Traceability for all new parts is indicated by the Certificate of Conformance printed on the back of each invoice. For the majority of customers this is sufficient.
- An Export Form 8130 can be purchased for new parts sales to eligible foreign countries.
- A Domestic FAA Form 8130-3 originating from the manufacturer.
Export Form 8130 - Customers wishing to include an Export 8130 with their new parts order may click on the item below and we will take care of it. Export 8130’s may add processing time to an order.
Note: The Export 8130 must be issued at time of purchase. Under no circumstances can we issue an Export 8130’s after the parts have left the facility.
Domestic FAA Form 8130 – Customers wishing to include a Domestic 8130 should indicate so in the comments box at checkout.
Note: Domestic 8130 must be issued at time of purchase. Under very rare circumstances can we issue Domestic 8130’s after the parts have left the facility.
Aircraft Specialties provides the following airworthiness documents for used or reconditioned engine parts:
- A Domestic FAA 8130-3 approval tag indicating a part reconditioned by the Repair Station is airworthy.
- An EASA Dual Release 8130-3 indicating a part reconditioned by the Repair Station is airworthy.
If you have questions regarding the contents in Block 12 (formerly Block 13) of a Shop 8130 we have created a cheat-sheet to take the mystery out of our in-house processes.