drseti wrote:Jack Tyler wrote:Paul, could you provide us with a bit more detail
With pleasure. Aircraft produced in accordance with FAR Part 23 can receive a Standard Airworthiness Certificate, which is printed on white paper. Aircraft that are not Part 23 compliant can receive a Special Airworthiness Certificate as Special LSA, Experimental LSA, Experimental Amateur Built, and several other categories. All of these are printed on pink paper. It's an oversimplification, but as a general rule, an AMT holding the LSRM-A rating can maintain, inspect, and return to service anything with a pink airworthiness certifiate, but not anything with a white.BTW, as long as we're talking airworthiness certificates, take a close look at the fine print on the bottom. It says it's illegal to alter, reproduce, or duplicate it (which is why I don't post examples of the pink or white here, or on my website).
A LSRM-A can only return to service an S-LSA or E-LSA. As you said there are several other types of pink certificates. In the case of an EA that meets the requirements of an LSA you have to have an A&P, Repairman certificate (original builder), or repair station.