D & D Aviation Services provides a complete MEL service designed to eliminate your worries.

 

Aviation Regulations State, (with minimum exceptions): No aircraft is authorized to takeoff with inoperative instruments or equipment installed UNLESS the operator has an approved MEL or Letter of Authorization (LOA D095) for their specific aircraft.

 

*Additinally: RVSM, CPDLC, ADS-B Out, FANs and other International Operations Manuals related to navigational authority such as MNPS, RNP-10/5/4 and P-RNAV require contingency procedures for the failure

of the equipment related to these types of operations. These equipment failures must be addressed through MEL Specific Procedures.

 

Without the provision of an approved MEL (or as LOA D095 states) Maintenance and Operations Procedures document, all equipment installed on an aircraft in compliance with the airworthiness standards or operating rules must be operative or your Airworthiness Certificate is invalid. In the event of an incident or accident, a non-compliant aircraft and operator could experience catastrophic repercussions.

 

For Operators with an Approved MEL: We can provide a customized MEL for your particular aircraft, your style of operation, your regulatory requirements, and provide changes to you any time your equipment changes or the Master Minimum Equipment List is Revised.

 

For Operators with a Letter of Authorization (LOA DO95): We can provide a customized Maintenance, Operations and specific Placarding Procedures Document in accordance with the provisions of your LOA for your particular aircraft, your style of operation, your regulatory requirements, and provide changes to you any time your equipment changes or the Master Minimum Equipment List is Revised. Remember, failure to meet all of the requirements of your LOA will constitute a violation of your STC. Simply downloading a document from the web or obtaining a document from the aircraft manufacturer does not meet the provisions of the LOA. Take a few minutes and read your very own LOA and ask yourself if you meet these requirements or give us a call and we will help you understand your compliance requirements no matter what the local aviation inspector has told you.

 

D & D has written literally thousands of MELs for aviation's premier operators, including some of the aircraft manufacturers own demonstration aircraft as well as some regulatory authorities aircraft.

 

34 FAA Offices, in ALL 9 regions, utilize D & D Manuals as reference and example material for its inspectors and Stake Holders.

 

Regardless of the type of aircraft you operate, you can benefit from reduced mission cancellations by having a D&D MEL or Maintenance and Operations Procedures Document for your aircraft. We have the experience and technical expertise in aviation regulations to provide you with the MELs you need

In this day and age when time is crucial and money is tight, why not rest easy and leave the writing of your MEL to the professionals?

 

Call D & D today. We'll get you back in the air.