AIRCRAFT REMANUFACTURE, CONVERSION, MODIFICATION AND REPAIR COMPANIES — not engaged in the original manufacturing of aircraft
This classification applies to 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. This classification also includes but is not limited to aircraft cleaning and detailing and aircraft fueling on a fee basis.
Employers that are approved by the Federal Aviation Administration and engage in the manufacture or repair of machined aircraft components and accessories shall be classified as 3831, Machine Shops — aircraft components, provided the employer does not remove or install parts or otherwise work directly on the aircraft.
Also refer to companion Classification 7424(1), Aircraft Operation — other than agricultural or scheduled air carriers — members of the flying crew.
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Also refer to companion Classifications 7428(1), Aircraft Operation — other than agricultural, scheduled or supplemental air carriers — not members of the flying crew, and 7428(3), Aircraft Remanufacture, Conversion, Modification and Repair Companies.
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