DAR Services Page
This is my DAR Services Page presented by M. K. Blalock

I can be contacted at (501) 327-4339

I am A Designated Airworthiness Representative for  Maintenance 

 AUTHORIZED FUNCTIONS AND CODES. The following is a list of maintenance functions.

  "I CAN DO THE FOLLOWING FUNCTIONS."

DAR-T Codes and Function Description.

Code 23 — Issue recurrent standard airworthiness certificates for U.S.-registered
aircraft and recurrent airworthiness approvals for engines, propellers, parts, and appliances that conform to the approved design requirements and are in a condition for safe operation.
LIMITATIONS:  NONE

NOTE 1: These airworthiness certificate(s) include
non-U.S. manufactured aircraft imported to the United States from
the country of manufacture with whom the United States has a BAA
or BASA together with an Export Certificate of Airworthiness
or certifying statement from the CAA indicating the aircraft meets the
U.S. type design and is in a condition for safe operation.

NOTE 2: Maintenance DARs are only authorized to issue recurrent
airworthiness approvals for domestic shipments at accredited
distributors. Before the issuance of the approval tag, the criteria
contained in FAA Order 8130.21, Procedures for Completion and
Use of the Authorized Release Certificate, FAA Form 8130-3,
Airworthiness Approval Tag, must be met.

LIMITATIONS:  NONE

Code 24 — Issue recurrent standard airworthiness certificates for
non-U.S. manufactured aircraft imported from countries other than the country of manufacture with which the United States has a bilateral agreement(s).
LIMITATIONS:  NONE

NOTE: The CAA of the exporting country (other than the country of
manufacture) with whom the United States has a bilateral agreement,
must provide a certified statement that the aircraft conforms to its
U.S. TC and is in a condition for safe operation. This certified
statement normally comes in the form of an Export Certificate of
Airworthiness, issued by the country of manufacture.

Code 25 — Issue recurrent special airworthiness certificates for U.S.-registered
restricted category aircraft.
LIMITATIONS:  NONE

Code 28 — Issue recurrent/original special airworthiness certificates, in the
experimental category, for the purposes of operating, market survey, research and development, and crew training on U.S.-registered aircraft.
LIMITATIONS:  NONE

Code 29 — Issue special flight permits for U.S.-registered aircraft for the
purposes outlined in § 21.197(a)(1), (2), (4), and 21.197(b).
LIMITATIONS:  NONE

NOTE: Designees will not fax any special flight permits; reference
Order 8130.2.

Code 31 — Issue recurrent export airworthiness approvals for class I products in
accordance with part 21, subpart L.
LIMITATIONS:  NONE

Code 32 — Issue recurrent export airworthiness approvals for class II products
that are manufactured and located in the United States in accordance with part 21, subpart L.
LIMITATIONS:  NONE

Code 33 — Issue amendments/replacements for standard or special airworthiness
certificates if the proper documentation can be obtained from the applicant.
LIMITATIONS:  NONE

NOTE 2: This includes the replacement of certificates when the
aircraft registration number changes.

Code 46 — Issue original/recurrent special airworthiness certificates,
experimental, for the purpose of operating United States (U.S.)-registered amateur-built aircraft.

   (only a Manufacturing DAR can issue an ORIGINAL Airworthiness)

If I can be of any assistance please give me a call and I can assist you in your certification procedures, or answer any questions you may have.  (501)327-4339