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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) initiated the issuance of the Inspection Authorization (IA) more than 35 years ago. This allowed qualified mechanics the privilege of performing certain inspections has served well in the maintenance of the U.S. Civil Fleet. The attainment of an IA and performance of the duties of that certificate greatly enhance the privileges and responsibilities of the aircraft mechanic. The IA permits the Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) mechanic to perform a greater variety of maintenance and alterations than any other single maintenance entity. So now is the time to get it.Important:Testing fees are separate from the course and to take the course you need your 8610-1. If you sign up for one and you do not have authorization from the FAA, refunds will not be issued. Possessing A&P rating for (3) three years, and being engaged in maintaining aircraft for 2 years prior to the date of your application. Having a fixed base of operation. Having the equipment, facilities, and inspection data available to properly perform Inspection Authorization (IA) duties and functions.NOTE: America’s Best AMT Courses (IA) Inspection Authorization Course is specifically designed for candidates who meet (FAR) 65.91.International IA Students: International U.S.A. FAA Airframe and Powerplant holders can receive authorization (8610-1 Form) to test here with us in Arizona or whatever state we are at. We will escort you to the FAA's international field office at our location prior to course commencement to receive permission to take the examination. You will then return to the FAA at the completion of the course to receive your (IA) Inspection Authorization Certificate. Call or email us with questions: America’s Best AMT Courses AMT@americasbestcc.info
- Refunds: Important:Testing fees are separate from the course and to take the course you need your 8610-1. If you sign up for one and you do not have authorization from the FAA, refunds will not be issued.