Aircraft Records

Raster Masters has extensive experience in assisting Aircraft Records Managers to protect the high volume of “Dirty Fingerprint Documents” and Engineering Records that support the Airworthiness and value of their fleet.  Whether you have decided to digitize your entire historical records, or you have begun using a Records Management or Imaging System, and just don’t want to deal with scanning and identifying the records, Raster Masters can be your trusted partner.  We have assisted several airlines with quickly and economically digitizing these records.  


Raster Masters employees a high-speed scanning process that provides you with the best quality documents available at a reasonable cost.  We are happy to provide you with references for this service and would be pleased to provide you a quote.  Some of the typical document types we work with are:

  • o   Air Worthiness Directives
  • o   Service Bulletins
  • o   8130’s
  • o   Routine Task Cards
  • o   Nonroutine Task Cards
  • o   Part Certs
  • o   Log Books
  • o   All engine records
  • o   Burn Certs
  • o   Certificate of Airworthiness
  • o   Form 337
  • o   Certificate of Registration
  • o   Noise Cert
  • o   Many others, types are not limited

In many cases, operators prefer that Raster Masters stores the physical paper after scanning, until the operator has FAA approval to destroy the originals.  You will generally find that the FAA is supportive of digital documentation as opposed to paper records, but of course your own specific process must be signed off on.