How to ensure that you add the correct Issue and Expiry dates to Extended ARCs
Date of Issue - The date on which the ARC is Extended
Date of Expiry - One year from the Date of Expiry of the current ARC
In accordance with the revised acceptable means of compliance to Part M, published in ED Decision 2008/013/R of 2008, it is possible to anticipate the extension of the ARC by a maximum of 30 days without a loss of continuity of the airworthiness review pattern. The new expiry date is one year after the previous expiry date.
It is acceptable, for the first and second ARC validity extensions, to extend an ARC after its expiration date providing all the conditions for the extension are met. However, this means the following: