IAMA Rulebook

The IAMA Rulebook defines requirements answering industry demands that guide IAMA Members towards higher quality modification throughout the full lifecycle of a modification.


The IAMA Rulebook

IAMA Members are committed to follow the rules of the IAMA standard for aircraft modifications as described in the IAMA Rulebook.

The purpose of the IAMA Rulebook is to guide IAMA members towards higher quality modifications and to stipulate a streamlined STC project lifecycle from the customers point of view. It establishes and introduces a clear pathway of rules throughout the full lifecycle of the modification and endorses the STC by having an IAMA STC Label.

The Rulebook is a collection of operational and functional rules that define a commonly agreed framework for the complete modification life cycle, providing standards and best practices for a predictable quality. It clarifies processes and attributes of the modification with respect to the demands of airline operators and aircraft owners

Acquiescence to the IAMA standard is ensured through regular audits, where evidence is given by the IAMA member that it has performed relevant processes and provided associated deliverables in accordance with the Rulebook in the areas of project management, engineering and certification, quality assurance and management, supply chain and logistics, sales and procurement and finally, after-sales and customer support.

IAMA encourages all members to use the Rulebook not only for STC modifications but also for other modifications such as but not limited to minor changes or major alterations.

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Market Demands

Operators and Lessors face obstacles during the STC process that we as IAMA will help to solve. therefore IAMA collects your demands that you might have and we try to answer them within our IAMA rulebook

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