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Maintenance releases are a seemingly simple document, but does an endorsed defect automatically ground an aircraft?

by Nick Stobie, Flight Safety Australia  Feb 5 2020

The underlying principle behind the maintenance release is communication—they are a tracked and formalised way that pilots, operators and engineers communicate about the airworthiness of an aircraft. Yet despite this straightforward premise, their use can be somewhat mystifying.

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