The ASA Accreditation Program (ASAAP) is a 36 month audit program based on the ASA-100 Standard. In order to appear in this listing, an organization record must be active, have a Y in the ASA 100 field or ASA-100 in the FAA AC 00-56A field and must also have an expiration date in the future for either of those fields.
FAA Advisory Circular 00-56A establishes a civil aircraft parts accreditation system. This system involves voluntary industry oversight. The FAA strongly endorses participation in this system. FAA AC 00-56A lists ASA-100 as an acceptable quality system standard. In order to appear in this listing, an organization record must be active, have a value in the FAA AC 00-56A field, and have an FAA expiration date in the future. Additionally the Name field in the Shipping tab must not be blank.
ASA Membership Directory
ASA is a not-for-profit trade association, representing companies that buy and sell aircraft parts. Member companies include distributors, suppliers, surplus sales organizations, repair stations, manufacturers, air carriers and other companies that provide a service to the aviation parts supply industry. In order to appear in this listing, an organization record must be active, have a Y in the Member field and have a Member Expiration Date that is blank or in the future.
The Exemption List
Exemption 8696 enables qualified companies to obtain an 8130-3 tag for Class 3 Products. In order to appear in this listing, an organization record must be active, have a value in the FAA AC 00-56A field, have a Y in the Member field and have a Member Expiration Date that is blank or in the future. In addition, the Organization Name must not be blank.
Stolen Parts Directory
ASA strongly believes in the integrity and safety of the industry, and thus has created the first publically assessible Aviation Stolen Parts Database (Database) for use by all companies in the aviation community. If your company has been the victim of theft, help protect the industry from criminal activity and fraud by notifying your colleagues about the theft. Listing a part and searching for a part in the Aviation Stolen Parts Database is open to the public. In order to submit items to the Database, a police report must be filed and a copy must be submitted as part of the filing.
Exporting Information from the Lists
In order to download a CSV file of search results from any of ASA’s databases listed above (except the Stolen Parts Directory), click on the page for the directory or list you would like to export. Next, you can click on the EXPORT link to export the entire database to a CSV file. Or, you can click on the letters at the top to find an organization by alphabet, or type in a company name or address to search by those fields, and then click on EXPORT to only export the organizations in your search results. Once you have the CSV file, you can open the results in Excel.
Many of the directories recognize user friendly URLs for the member. When a new member company is added to the site, a user-friendly URL has to be added using a tool provided in the admin site. To use the tool, do the following:
Go to the admin site and open Navigator >> Manage Addons >> ASA
Click on Create Directory Aliases
if you want the user friendly URL to include a prefix, or sub-path, enter the Link Alias Prefix you want to use. For instance, if you want the link for ABC Company to be /Membership-Directory/ABC-Company, then
Link Alias Prefix = "Membership-Directory"
When the tool runs, it will create (or recreate) the URLs for all the companies in the system, and list them so you know what the URLs will be for each.
We recommend you print this page as a future reference.