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Airworthiness Examination Procedures (Airworthiness Examination) and corresponding standards of European and U.S. authorities.

Article 10, paragraph 4 of the Civil Aeronautics Law establishes the following technical standards for aircraft
1. Standards for strength, structure and performance to ensure the safety of aircraft and equipment: Annex 1 of the Civil Aeronautics Law Enforcement Regulations
2. Standards for aircraft noise: Civil Aeronautics Law Enforcement Regulations Annex 2
3. Standards for aircraft engine emissions (excluding carbon dioxide): Civil Aeronautics Law Enforcement Regulations Annex 2 Standards for emissions (except carbon dioxide) from aircraft engines: Annex 3 to the Civil Aeronautics Law Enforcement Regulations
4. Emissions from engines of aircraft (limited to carbon dioxide): Annex 3 to the Civil Aeronautics Law Enforcement Regulations Standards for emissions from engines of aircraft (limited to carbon dioxide): Annex 4 of the Civil Aeronautics Law Enforcement Regulations

The “1. Airworthiness Examination Procedures” in this document stipulates the procedures for examining whether or not an aircraft or its equipment complies with the “Standards for Strength, Structure and Performance to Ensure Safety of Aircraft and Equipment” in Annex 1 of the Civil Aeronautics Law Enforcement Regulations. The latest version of the Guidelines for Airworthiness Examinations is available here.

The latest version of the Airworthiness Examination Guideline can be found at the following website.
Aviation Safety Information Management and Provision System
https://www.asims.mlit.go.jp/
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*If you go to “Airworthiness Review Procedure Information Management” in <General>, you can check each airworthiness review procedure.
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You can check the standards of European and U.S. authorities corresponding to the Japanese airworthiness assessment procedures below.
【EASA: Certification Specifications (CSs)→Initial Airworthiness】
https://www.easa.europa.eu/document-library/certification-specifications

【FAA: Standard Airworthiness Certification】
https://www.faa.gov/aircraft/air_cert/airworthiness_certification/std_awcert/std_awcert_regs/regs/

Reference: EASA/FAA Part No. corresponding to each part of the Airworthiness Audit Procedure
Please note that the requirements may not be exactly the same.

Airworthiness Certification Procedure EASA/FAA Part No.
Part II Part 23
Part III Part 25
Part IV Part 27
Part V Part 29