Subject: ATA-100
From: William=E -dot- =Newkirk%Pubs%GenAv -dot- Mlb -at- RODES -dot- CCA -dot- ROCKWELL -dot- COM
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 1996 14:48:41 EST

Air Transport Association specification for technical manuals.

in the process of becoming something called ATA Spec-2000...

see the web page


for starters...and from the ATA web page

SPEC 100: Manufacturers Technical Data

Code A100
Through Revision 34 of February 15, 1996
Specification 100 is the industry's recommended format and content standard
for technical manuals written by aviation manufacturers and
used by airlines and other segments of the industry in the maintenance of the
respective products. These standards define the data
prepared as conventional printed documentation.

8.5" x 11", approximately 850 pages, with 3-ring binder(with numerous tables
and graphic illustrations)
Weight: 7 lbs.
Price: $ 200.00
[ATA member airlines: $ 180.00]

For more information on ATA Publications contact Richard Crum at
rfcrum -at- air-transport -dot- org

there's also the General Aviation Manufacturer's Association (GAMA)..

and GAMA has some of their own specs that differ from ATA specs in some ways
(have to know your market...8-) ), find them at

bill newkirk
collins general aviation division
Rockwell Collins, Inc.
Rockwell Avionics and Communications

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