Momentum Aeronautics


Tools for Aircraft and Rotorcraft Repairs and Alterations

This page includes instructional references and checklist tools for use in the course of modifying aircraft (and rotorcraft).  These checklists have been generated by Momentum as a means to quickly identify completion paths for typical aircraft engineering and inspection tasks.

Engineering Checklist Tools

  1. Momentum Form 00-903-56-01, Conformity Inspection Checklist
    1. This checklist should be used by design approval applicants under 14 CFR part 21 in the course of executing conformity inspections.
    2. In MS Word format: 00-903-56-01 N-C Conformity Inspection Checklist
    3. In Adobe Acrobat format  00-903-56-01 N-C Conformity Inspection Checklist
  2. Momentum Form 00-903-56-02, Major Alteration/Repair Checklist, including
    1. Special purpose checklist – Aircraft antenna and skin doubler installations
      1. This checklist should be used by applicants and maintiners adding standard type antennas and accomodating cutouts in skins
    2. Special purpose checklist – Small camera exterior and interior installations
      1. This checklist should be used by applicants and maintainers adding small interior and exterior cameras to aircraft and rotorcraft.
    3. MS Word format: 00-903-56-02 N-C Major Repair and Alteration Engineering Checklist
    4. In Adobe Acrobat format: 00-903-56-02 N-C Major Repair and Alteration Engineering Checklist

Checklists are available in both MS Word and Adobe Acrobat format; they may be completed electronically or by hand and submitted to for evaluation and project initiation.

Instructional References:

  1. 2016 A&P/IA renewal, “Use of FAA DERs for Major Repairs and Alterations.”  This presentation outlines the basic tenants of engineering support for major repairs and alterations, with supporting project examples: Click here for presentation slides.
  2. Video Presentation: FAA Approved Production Systems – Kyle Taylor presents to Air Corps Aviation.  This presentation includes an outline of all the basic operating units comprising an FAA approved quality system for approved production. Click here for a link to the You Tube video of the presentation.

…More to come soon!

We are always updating and adding to our library of tools, and we value your feedback.  Please contact us with any questions at