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That's an artefact of a different era. Before computers were used to create documentation, updating large documents was difficult and expensive. People tried to reduce the workload by using chapter-page numbering. When you have to add pages to a book, chapter-page numbering allows you to replace one chapter instead of having to reprint the whole book. Some ...


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EASA Regulations do not specifically preclude you from doing what you are planning to. They leave an awful lot of room for interpretation. How you do your maintenance is up to you, as long as you meet the core requirements and that your processes can be audited. Additional rules for this type of activity would normally covered by a local procedure (such as ...


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Yes, it is possible. But, not in the sense that you are thinking. As GdD has pointed out, ICAO does not issue certificate nor register aircraft. Individual governing authorities of sovereign states do that. An ICAO certificate is a certificate compliant with ICAO standards. ICAO will recognize it. But, another governing body does not have to necessarily ...


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The ICAO doesn't issue licenses, so there's no such thing as an ICAO license. You have a license issues by the Argentine aviation authorities is ICAO compliant, which means it is recognized internationally, and you can fly Argentine registered airplanes anywhere in the world. It does not automatically give you privileges to fly airplanes of any other ...


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