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Authority DAR for following functions:
Code 08 - Issue original standard airworthiness certificates for U.S. registered aircraft and original airworthiness approvals for engines, propellers, parts, and appliances that conform to the approved design requirements and are in a condition for safe operation.
Code 09 - Issue special airworthiness certificates, in the experimental category, for the purpose of showing compliance with 14 CFR chapter I, for U.S. registered aircraft which have undergone changes to the type design and require flight test prior to the issuance/reissuance of an airworthiness certificate.
Code 21 - Make conformity determinations on aircraft, engines, propellers, and parts thereof to be used for design evaluation programs; for example, TC and supplemental type certification (STC) programs, and complete all necessary reports.
Code 23 - Issue recurrent standard airworthiness certificates for U.S. registered aircraft.
Code 24 - Issue recurrent standard airworthiness certificates for non-U.S. manufactured aircraft imported from countries other than the country of manufacture with which the United States has a bilateral agreement(s).
Code 29 - Issue special flight permits for U.S. registered aircraft for the purposes outlined in §21.197(a)(1), (2), (4), and 21.197(b).
Code 31 - Issue recurrent export airworthiness approvals for class I products in accordance with part 21, subpart L.
Code 32 - Issue recurrent export airworthiness approvals for class II products that are manufactured and located in the United States in accordance with part 21, subpart L.
Code 33 - Issue replacements for lost, or mutilated standard or special airworthiness certificates if the proper documentation can be obtained from the applicant.
Code 49 - Issue notification of completion to air carriers after conducting records reviews and aircraft inspections required by the Aging Aircraft Safety Act of 1991 in accordance with the certificate holding district office's procedures.