ATA 100

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ATA 100 contains the reference to the ATA numbering system which is a common referencing standard for all commercial aircraft documentation. This commonality permits greater ease of learning and understanding for pilots, aircraft maintenance technicians, and engineers alike. The standard numbering system was published by the Air Transport Association on June 1, 1956. While the ATA 100 numbering system has been superseded, it continued to be widely used until it went out of date back in 2015, especially in documentation for general aviation aircraft, on aircraft Fault Messages (for Post Flight Troubleshooting and Repair) and the electronic and printed manuals.

The Joint Aircraft System/Component (JASC) Code Tables was a modified version of the Air Transport Association of America (ATA), Specification 100 code. It was developed by the FAA's, Regulatory Support Division (AFS-600). This code table was constructed by using the new JASC code four digit format, along with an abbreviated code title. The abbreviated titles have been modified in some cases to clarify the intended use of the accompanying code. The final version of the JASC/ATA 100 code was released by the FAA in 1999.[1]

In 2000 the ATA Technical Information and Communications Committee (TICC) developed a new consolidated specification for the commercial aviation industry, ATA iSpec 2200. It includes an industry-wide approach for aircraft system numbering, as well as formatting and data content standards for documentation output. The main objectives of the new specification are to minimize cost and effort expended by operators and manufacturers, improve information quality and timeliness, and facilitate manufacturers' delivery of data that meet airline operational needs.[2] More recently, the international aviation community developed the S1000D standard, an XML specification for preparing, managing, and using equipment maintenance and operations information.

The unique aspect of the chapter numbers is its relevance for all aircraft. Thus a chapter reference number for a Boeing 747 will be the same for other Boeing aircraft, a BAe 125 and Airbus Aircraft. Examples of this include Oxygen (Chapter 35), Electrical Power (Chapter 24) and Doors (Chapter 52).

ATA Chapters[edit]

Aircraft General[edit]

ATA Number ATA Chapter name
ATA 00 GENERAL
ATA 01 MAINTENANCE POLICY
ATA 02 OPERATIONS
ATA 03 SUPPORT
ATA 04 AIRPLANE STATICS
ATA 05 TIME LIMITS/MAINTENANCE CHECKS
ATA 06 DIMENSIONS AND AREAS
ATA 07 LIFTING AND SHORING
ATA 08 LEVELING AND WEIGHING.
ATA 09 TOWING AND TAXI
ATA 10 PARKING, MOORING, STORAGE AND RETURN TO SERVICE
ATA 11 PLACARDS AND MARKINGS
ATA 12 SERVICING - ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
ATA 14 HARDWARE
ATA 18 VIBRATION AND NOISE ANALYSIS (HELICOPTER ONLY)

Airframe systems[edit]

ATA Number ATA Chapter name
ATA 20 STANDARD PRACTICES - AIRFRAME
ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING & PRESSURIZATION
ATA 22 AUTO FLIGHT
ATA 23 COMMUNICATIONS
ATA 24 ELECTRICAL POWER
ATA 25 EQUIPMENT / FURNISHINGS
ATA 26 FIRE PROTECTION
ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROLS
ATA 28 FUEL
ATA 29 HYDRAULIC POWER
ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION
ATA 31 INDICATING / RECORDING SYSTEM
ATA 32 LANDING GEAR
ATA 33 LIGHTS
ATA 34 NAVIGATION
ATA 35 OXYGEN
ATA 36 PNEUMATIC
ATA 37 VACUUM
ATA 38 WATER / WASTE
ATA 39 ELECTRICAL - ELECTRONIC PANELS AND MULTIPURPOSE COMPONENTS
ATA 40 MULTISYSTEM
ATA 41 WATER BALLAST
ATA 42 INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS
ATA 44 CABIN SYSTEMS
ATA 45 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE SYSTEM
ATA 46 INFORMATION SYSTEMS
ATA 47 NITROGEN GENERATION SYSTEM
ATA 48 IN FLIGHT FUEL DISPENSING
ATA 49 AIRBORNE AUXILIARY POWER
ATA 50 CARGO AND ACCESSORY COMPARTMENTS

Structure[edit]

ATA Number ATA Chapter name
ATA 51 STANDARD PRACTICES AND STRUCTURES - GENERAL
ATA 52 DOORS
ATA 53 FUSELAGE
ATA 54 NACELLES/PYLONS
ATA 55 STABILIZERS
ATA 56 WINDOWS
ATA 57 WINGS

Propeller/rotor[edit]

ATA Number ATA Chapter name
ATA 60 STANDARD PRACTICES - PROP./ROTOR
ATA 61 PROPELLERS
ATA 62 ROTOR(S)
ATA 63 ROTOR DRIVE(S)
ATA 64 TAIL ROTOR
ATA 65 TAIL ROTOR DRIVE
ATA 66 FOLDING BLADES/PYLON
ATA 67 ROTORS FLIGHT CONTROL

Power plant[edit]

ATA Number ATA Chapter name
ATA 70 STANDARD PRACTICES ENGINE
ATA 71 POWER PLANT
ATA 72 ENGINE GENERAL
ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL
ATA 74 ENGINE IGNITION
ATA 75 ENGINE BLEED AIR
ATA 76 ENGINE CONTROL
ATA 77 ENGINE INDICATING
ATA 78 ENGINE EXHAUST SYSTEM
ATA 79 ENGINE OIL
ATA 80 ENGINE STARTING
ATA 81 TURBINES (RECIPROCATING ENGINES)
ATA 82 WATER INJECTION
ATA 83 ACCESSORY GEARBOXES
ATA 84 PROPULSION AUGMENTATION
ATA 85 FUEL CELL SYSTEMS
ATA 91 CHARTS
ATA 92 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM INSTALLATION

ATA extended list (Out Of Date)[edit]

ATA Specification 2200[edit]

The ATA extended List is a breakdown to para (second two numbers e.g. 5-00) and sub para (third two numbers e.g. 5-10-00) for each ATA chapter.

ATA Number and Para[edit]

01 *Reserved for Airline Use

02 *Reserved for Airline Use

03 *Reserved for Airline Use

04 *Reserved for Airline Use

05 TIME LIMITS/ MAINTENANCE CHECKS

-00 General
-10 Time Limits
-20 Scheduled Maintenance Checks
-30 & -40 Reserved
-50 Unscheduled Maintenance checks

06 DIMENSIONS AND AREAS

07 LIFTING & SHORING

-00 General
-10 Jacking
-20 Shoring

08 LEVELING & WEIGHING

-00 General
-10 Weighing and Balancing
-20 Leveling

09 TOWING & TAXIING

-00 General
-10 Towing
-20 Taxiing

10 PARKING, MOORING, STORAGE & RETURN TO SERVICE

11 PLACARDS AND MARKINGS

-00 General
-10 Exterior Color Schemes and Markings
-20 Exterior Placards and Markings
-30 Interior Placards

12 SERVICING

-00 General
-10 Replenishing
-20 Scheduled Servicing
-30 Unscheduled Servicing

13 Unservicing

14 Reservicing

15 Ops Check Good

16 *Unassigned

17 *Unassigned

18 VIBRATION AND NOISE ANALYSIS (HELICOPTER ONLY)

-00 GENERAL -
-10 VIBRATION ANALYSIS
-20 NOISE ANALYSIS

19 *Unassigned

20 STANDARD PRACTICES-AIRFRAME

-00 Electrical Standard Items/Practices
-90 *Reserved for Airline Use

21 AIR CONDITIONING

-00 Air Conditioning - General
-10 Compression
-20 Distribution
-30 Pressurization Control
-40 Heating
-50 Cooling
-60 Temperature Control
-70 Moisture/Air Contaminant Control

22 AUTO FLIGHT

-00 General
-10 Autopilot
-20 Speed-Attitude Correction
-30 Auto Throttle
-40 System Monitor
-50 Aerodynamic Load Alleviating

23 COMMUNICATIONS

-00 General
-10 Speech Communications
-15 SATCOM
-20 Data Transmission and Automatic Calling
-30 Passenger Address, Entertainment and Comfort
-40 Interphone
-50 Audio Integrating
-60 Static Discharging
-70 Audio & Video Monitoring
-80 Integrated Automatic Tuning

24 ELECTRICAL POWER

-00 General
-10 Generator Drive
-20 AC Generation
-30 DC Generation
-40 External Power
-50 AC Electrical Load Distribution
-60 DC Electrical Load Distribution

25 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS

-00 General
-10 Flight Compartment
-20 Passenger Compartment
-30 Galley
-40 Lavatories
-50 Additional Compartments
-60 Emergency
-70 Available
-80 Insulation

26 FIRE PROTECTION

-00 General
-10 Detection
-20 Extinguishing
-30 Explosion Suppression

27 FLIGHT CONTROLS

-00 General
-10 Aileron & Tab
-20 Rudder & Tab
-30 Elevator & Tab
-40 Horizontal Stabilizer
-50 Flaps
-60 Spoiler, Drag Devices and Variable Aerodynamic Fairings
-70 Gust Lock & Dampener
-80 Lift Augmenting

28 FUEL

-00 General
-10 Storage
-20 Distribution
-30 Dump
-40 Indicating

29 HYDRAULIC POWER

-00 General
-10 Main
-20 Auxiliary
-30 Indicating

30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION

-00 General
-10 Airfoil
-20 Air Intakes
-30 Pitot and Static
-40 Windows, Windshields and Doors
-50 Antennas and Radomes
-60 Propellers/Rotors
-70 Water Lines
-80 Detection

31 INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS

-00 General
-10 Instrument & Control Panels
-20 Independent Instruments
-30 Recorders
-40 Central Computers
-50 Central Warning Systems
-60 Central Display Systems
-70 Automatic Data Reporting Systems

32 LANDING GEAR

-00 General
-10 Main Gear and Doors
-20 Nose Gear and Doors
-30 Extension and Retraction
-40 Wheels and Brakes
-50 Steering
-60 Position Indication and Warning
-70 Supplementary Gear

33 LIGHTS

-00 General
-10 Flight Compartment
-20 Passenger Compartment
-30 Cargo and Service Compartments
-40 Exterior
-50 Emergency Lighting

34 NAVIGATION

-00 General
-10 Flight Environment Data
-20 Attitude & Direction
-30 Landing and Taxiing Aids
-40 Independent Position Determining
-50 Dependent Position Determining
-60 Flight Management Computing

35 OXYGEN

-00 General
-10 Crew
-20 Passenger
-30 Portable

36 PNEUMATIC

-00 General
-10 Distribution
-20 Indicating

37 VACUUM

-00 General
-10 Distribution
-20 Indicating

38 WATER/WASTE

-00 General
-10 Potable
-20 Wash
-30 Waste Disposal
-40 Air Supply

39 *Unassigned

40 *Unassigned

41 WATER BALLAST

-00 General
-10 Storage
-20 Dump
-30 Indication

42 Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA)

43 *Unassigned

44 CABIN SYSTEMS

-00 General
-10 Cabin Core System
-20 In-flight Entertainment System
-30 External Communication System
-40 Cabin Mass Memory System
-50 Cabin Monitoring System
-60 Miscellaneous Cabin System

45 CENTRAL MAINTENANCE SYSTEM (CMS)

-00 General
-5 thru -19 CMS/Aircraft General
-20 thru -49 CMS/Airframe Systems
-45 Central Maintenance System
-50 thru -59 CMS/Structures
-60 thru -69 CMS/Propellers
-70 thru -89 CMS/Power Plant

46 INFORMATION SYSTEMS

-00 General
-10 Airplane General Information Systems
-20 Flight Deck Information Systems
-30 Maintenance Information Systems
-40 Passenger Cabin Information Systems
-50 Miscellaneous Information Systems

47 NITROGEN GENERATION SYSTEM

48 *Unassigned

49 AIRBORNE AUXILIARY POWER

-00 General
-10 Power Plant
-20 Engine
-30 Engine Fuel and Control
-40 Ignition/Starting
-50 Air
-60 Engine Controls
-70 Indicating
-80 Exhaust
-90 Oil

50 CARGO AND ACCESSORY COMPARTMENTS

-00 General
-10 Cargo Compartments
-20 Cargo Loading Systems
-30 Cargo Related Systems
-40 Available
-50 Accessory
-60 Insulation

51 STANDARD PRACTICES, GENERAL

-00 General
-10 Investigation, Cleanup and Aerodynamic Smoothness
-20 Processes
-30 Materials
-40 Fasteners
-50 Support of Airplane for Repair and Alignment Check Procedures
-60 Control-Surface Balancing
-70 Repairs
-80 Electrical Bonding

52 DOORS

-00 General
-10 Passenger/Crew
-20 Emergency Exit
-30 Cargo
-40 Service and Miscellaneous
-50 Fixed Interior
-60 Entrance Stairs
-70 Monitoring and Operation
-80 Landing Gear

53 FUSELAGE

-00 General
-10 thru -90 (As Required) Fuselage Sections

54 NACELLES/PYLONS

-00 General
-10 thru -40 (As Required) Nacelle Section
-50 thru -80 (As Required) Pylon

55 STABILIZERS

-00 General
-10 Horizontal Stabilizer or Canard
-20 Elevator
-30 Vertical Stabilizer
-40 Rudder

56 WINDOWS

-00 General
-10 Flight Compartment
-20 Passenger Compartment
-30 Door
-40 Inspection and Observation

57 WINGS

-00 General
-10 Center Wing
-20 Outer Wing
-30 Wing Tip
-40 Leading Edge and Leading Edge Devices
-50 Trailing Edge Trailing Edge Devices
-60 Ailerons and Elevons
-70 Spoilers
-80 (as required)
-90 Wing Folding System

58 *Unassigned

59 *Reserved for Airline Use

60 STANDARD PRACTICES - PROPELLER/ROTOR

61 PROPELLERS/PROPULSION

-00 General
-10 Propeller Assembly
-20 Controlling
-30 Braking
-40 Indicating
-50 Propulsor Duct

62 ROTOR(S)

-00 General
-10 Rotor blades
-20 Rotor head(s)
-30 Rotor Shaft(s)/Swashplate Assy(ies)
-40

63 ROTOR DRIVE(S)

-00 General
-10 Engine/Gearbox couplings
-20 Gearbox(es)
-30 Mounts, attachments
-40 Indicating

64 TAIL ROTOR

-00 General
-10* Rotor blades
-20* Rotor head
-30 Available
-40 Indicating

65 TAIL ROTOR DRIVE

-00 General
-10 Shafts
-20 Gearboxes
-30 Available
-40 Indicating

66 FOLDING BLADES/PYLON

-00 General
-10 Rotor blades
-20 Tail pylon
-30 Controls and Indicating

67 ROTORS FLIGHT CONTROL

-00 General
-10 Rotor
-20 Anti-torque Rotor control (Yaw control)
-30 Servo-control System

68 *Unassigned

69 *Unassigned

70 STANDARD PRACTICES - ENGINES

71 POWER PLANT

-00 General
-10 Cowling
-20 Mounts
-30 Fireseals
-40 Attach Fittings
-50 Electrical Harness
-60 Air Intakes
-70 Engine Drains

72 ENGINE TURBINE/TURBO PROP DUCTED FAN/UNDUCTED FAN

-00 General
-10 Reduction Gear, Shaft Section (Turbo-Prop and/or Front Mounted Gear Driven Propulsor)
-20 Air Inlet Section
-30 Compressor Section
-40 Combustion Section
-50 Turbine Section
-60 Accessory Drives
-70 By-pass Section
-80 Propulsor Section (Rear Mounted)

73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL

-00 General
-10 Distribution
-20 Controlling
-30 Indicating

74 IGNITION

-00 General
-10 Electrical Power
-20 Distribution
-30 Switching

75 AIR

-00 General
-10 Engine Anti-Icing
-20 Cooling
-30 Compressor Control
-40 Indicating

76 ENGINE CONTROLS

-00 General
-10 Power Control
-20 Emergency Shutdown

77 ENGINE INDICATING

-00 General
-10 Power
-20 Temperature
-30 Analyzers
-40 Integrated Engine Instrument Systems

78 EXHAUST

-00 General
-10 Collector/Nozzle
-20 Noise Suppressor
-30 Thrust Reverser
-40 Supplementary Air

79 OIL

-00 General
-10 Storage
-20 Distribution
-30 Indicating

80 STARTING

-00 General
-10 Cranking

81 TURBINES

-00 General
-10 Power Recovery
-20 Turbo-Supercharger

82 WATER INJECTION

-00 General
-10 Storage
-20 Distribution
-30 Dumping and Purging
-40 Indicating

83 ACCESSORY GEAR-BOXES

-00 General
-10 Drive Shaft Section
-20 Gearbox Section

84 PROPULSION AUGMENTATION

-00 General
-10 Jet Assist Takeoff

85 RECIPROCATING ENGINE

-00 General
-10 Fuel Cell Stack

86 *Unassigned

87 *Unassigned

88 *Unassigned

89 *Unassigned

90 *Unassigned

91 CHARTS

92 *Unassigned

93 *Unassigned

94 *Unassigned

95 *Reserved for Airline Use

96 *Reserved for Airline Use

97 WIRING REPORTING

98 *Reserved for Airline Use

99 *Unassigned

100 *Do not use

101 *Do not use

102 *Do not use

103 *Do not use

104 *Do not use

105 *Do not use

106 *Do not use

107 *Do not use

108 *Do not use

109 *Do not use

110 *Do not use

111 *Do not use

112 *Do not use

113 *Do not use

114 *Do not use

115 FLIGHT SIMULATOR SYSTEMS/WORK SIMULATION

Major Zones in Aircraft[edit]

Zone 100 Fuselage Lower
Zone 200 Fuselage Top
Zone 300 Stabilizers
Zone 400 Nacelles-Pylons
Zone 500 Left Wing
Zone 600 Right Wing
Zone 700 Landing Gear Compartment
Zone 800 Doors
Zone 900 Lavatories & Galleys

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ MONRONEY, MIKE. "FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION JOINT AIRCRAFT SYSTEM/COMPONENT CODE TABLE AND DEFINITIONS" (PDF). FAA. Retrieved 22 November 2013. 
  2. ^ Lowe, David. "From Paper to Interactive Electronic Technical Publications" (PDF). Immedius Inc. Retrieved 22 November 2013. 
  • ATA Specification 100 - Specification for Manufacturers' Technical Data, Revision No. 37 (1999). Air Transport Association of America.|}