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             (1)  This Subpart prescribes:

                     (a)  requirements for the issue of export airworthiness approvals; and

                     (b)  rules governing the holders of those approvals.

             (2)  For these Regulations:

                     (a)  a Class I product is a complete aircraft, aircraft engine, or propeller, that:

                              (i)  has been type certificated in accordance with these Regulations and for which civil specifications or type certificate data sheets have been issued; or

                             (ii)  is identical to a type certificated product specified in subparagraph (i) in all respects except as is otherwise acceptable to the national aviation authority of the importing state; and

                     (b)  a Class II product is a major component of a Class I product (for example, wings, fuselages, empennage assemblies, landing gears, power transmissions and control surfaces), the failure of which would jeopardise the safety of a Class I product; or any part, material, or appliance, approved and manufactured under an ATSO in the "C" series; and

                     (c)  a Class III product is any part or component which is not a Class I or Class II product and includes standard parts (for example, those designated as AN, NAS or SAE); and

                     (d)  the word overhauled when used to describe a product means that the product has not been operated or placed in service, except for functional testing, since having been overhauled, inspected and approved for return to service in accordance with these Regulations.

Source         FARs section 21.321, modified.

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