SUSSEX, Wis., Jan. 31, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- CertifyNation – A Division of The Angelus Corporation, an aerospace engineering and certification services company, released a new infographic highlighting the major steps to earn a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
The FAA STC process for aircraft modifications is complex and CertifyNation is committed to simplifying and streamlining the lengthy process for customers. The infographic "8 Steps to STC Issuance" was designed to map the FAA STC process and clarify the requirements to earn an STC. The eight major steps to STC issuance include:
- Initial Technical Coordination Meeting (ITCM) and Aircraft Survey
- File STC Application with FAA
- Design and Substantiation Data Development
- Receive TIA from FAA or ODA
- Prototype Aircraft Installation
- Inspection and Testing
- Receive FAA STC
- Foreign STC Validation
CertifyNation specializes in developing turnkey STC packages for aircraft modifications and offers a comprehensive suite of start to finish aircraft certification services, including engineering, testing and kitting. With an experienced team and longstanding industry partnerships, CertifyNation has built a reputation for accelerating certification timelines.
Learn more about CertifyNation's FAA STC expertise and view the infographic by visiting: www.certifynation.com/certification/us-faa-certification.
About The Angelus Corporation
The Angelus Corporation is a global product and services provider for aerospace and defense industry solutions. The Angelus Corporation divisions include PIC Wire & Cable, specializing in aircraft cable, connectors and cable assemblies for over 45 years, and CertifyNation, offering engineering, certification, and kitting solutions, with decades of experience in the commercial aviation industry. Together, these divisions advance The Angelus Corporation's mission to make its customers' jobs easier. For more information, visit www.TheAngelusCorp.com.