AIRCRAFT OR SPACECRAFT MFG. — including foundry operations
This classification applies to the manufacture of aircraft, including but not limited to fixed wing airplanes and helicopters. This classification also applies to the manufacture of aerospace products, including but not limited to missiles, rockets and other spacecraft. This classification also applies to the manufacture of light sport aircraft and hang gliders.
This classification includes foundry operations performed in connection with the aircraft or spacecraft manufacturing operations.
All members of the flying crew for aircraft operations, including but not limited to test flight operations performed by the manufacturer shall be classified in accordance with Part 3, Section III, Rule 6, General Exclusions.
The manufacture of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (aerial drones) with a total combined weight of 55 pounds or heavier shall be classified as 3830(2), Unmanned Aircraft System Mfg.
The manufacture of Unmanned Aircraft Systems with a total combined weight of less than 55 pounds shall be classified as 3681(1), Instrument Mfg. — electronic.
The manufacture of communication satellites shall be classified as 3681(3), Telecommunications Equipment Mfg.
Aircraft engine manufacturing or rebuilding not in connection with aircraft manufacturing by the same employer shall be classified as 3805(1), Aircraft Engine Mfg. or Rebuilding.
The manufacture or repair of machined aircraft components performed by employers that are approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, when such operations are not performed directly on the aircraft or in connection with components that are removed from and later reinstalled on the aircraft, shall be classified as 3831, Machine Shops — aircraft components.
The repair and rebuilding of aircraft components and parts, when such operations are performed directly on the aircraft or in connection with components that are removed from and later reinstalled on the aircraft by the employer, shall be classified as 7428(3), Aircraft Remanufacture, Conversion, Modification and Repair Companies.
Aircraft operation demonstration or flight testing shall be separately classified.
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