In that case, there is no reference time. The suitability of video resolution, fidelity and field of view for the task being conducted; The need for multiple cameras, imaging systems or microphones and whether the person performing or witnessing the tasks can switch between them or direct them to be switched and has the possibility to stop the process, ask a question, move equipment, etc. (aerial work), Technical rules: Part-SPO The FDP between D and A covers 6-hour time difference. In accordance with point 2(b) in Article 77 of the Basic Regulation (i.e. An operator may be granted an approval to provide Part-CC Initial training and to issue the CCA (entitled to a mutual recognition as described above). Even if the competent authority has not established its list of high-risk commercial SPO operations, the operator must determine through a risk assessment whether a particular operation is posing high risk to third parties on the ground in the event of an emergency. FMS training in an FTD, an FFS (without motion or vision) or in the aircraft (static, on power) may provide the same training objectives. For further details refer to AMC1 DAT.OR.100 Aeronautical data and information and GM1 DAT.OR.100 Aeronautical data and information. - accessible for auditing purpose  On-the-Job Training’). The IRs are adopted by the European Commission in the form of Regulations. The number of on-site audits is therefore part of the oversight responsibility of the authority. ATCO.C.010 states that the OJTI endorsement entitles the person to also exercise the privileges of an STDI endorsement (that is, to provide practical training on Synthetic Training Devices (STDs)). (GM 147.A.105(g)). This option should normally be considered by organisations and not by individuals. The do’s and don’ts of each class will be provided as part of the product packaging. (1) Each CRD should remain secured to a passenger seat during all phases of flight unless it is properly stowed when not in use. The operator should identify what training and competences are needed for each personnel group: aircrew, instructors, rostering and management staff to perform their roles effectively, and what means of measuring the level of competency attained by each person who receives the training is available. : Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 Air Operations, Annex III (Part-ORO) is available on EASA website. Point 2  defines the facility requirements for the examination purposes, where the maximum number of students attending the knowledge examination is not limited. Remark: iaw AMC M.A.710(b) and (c) points 1 and 2, when the ARS is not Certifying Staff, he/she must be assisted by a Certifying Staff to release the maintenance mentioned in cases 1 and 2. This opt-in allows Member States (MS) to decide to apply EASA rules to activities that are normally excluded by article 2(3)(a) NBR – military, customs, police, search and rescue, firefighting, border control, coastguard or similar activities or services. The purpose of Subpart-FTL is to ensure that crew members in commercial air transport operations are able to operate with an adequate level of alertness. Also, EASA in cooperation with NAAs and CdT, is developing glossaries in the different aviation domains, such as Air Operations or Air Traffic Management, to enhance the quality of translations. **: by new information equivalent in scope and detail, No, the validity of the Part-66 licence is not affected by. According to Definitions in Article 2(1) and (10) of Regulation (EC) No 549/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 March 2004 laying down the framework for the creation of the single European sky. it is produced by, and within the scope of a production organisation that meets the requirements of Subpart F or G. 21.A.101 and 21.A.103 require that the changed product meets the applicable certification basis. The organisation shall ensure that all certifying staff and support staff are involved in at least six months of actual relevant aircraft or component maintenance experience in any consecutive two year period. No. batch number or other tracking reference) relevant to the identification of all standard parts and material used during any maintenance. Finally, you must avoid flying in areas that the state has forbidden by imposing a restriction on the flight of drones. In the following example there are 4 departure places: A, B, C and D and the crew member is in a known state of acclimatisation all the time. The CRD to a particular NPA is published after the comments have been reviewed and contains a summary of the comments received, along with all the comments submitted by stakeholders on that particular NPA and EASA’s responses to those comments. Pages 5 and 6). However, EASA Member States will continue to take care of the following, as applicable: EU Member States will continue to issue operating permits for commercial air transport operations in accordance with their national regulations. In addition, for B1 and B2 licences, where the aircraft is the first in a licence category or subcategory, an on the job(OJT) training shall be performed. In the current situation, it may not be always feasible, to perform the calendar scheduled maintenance tasks of the AMP in due time, or within the permitted variation specified in the AMP. The minimum age for remote pilots of drones in the ‘open’ and ’specific’ categories is 16 years old, however, check with your local National Aviation Authority, as they can lower the minimum age requirement. During the flight in the ’specific’ category, you. In any case, these changes have to be notified to the competent authority which will verify compliance with the applicable requirements (cf. The operator is transporting dangerous goods and performing: Non-commercial operations with complex motor-powered aircraft; or. Nevertheless, Subpart FTL provides a system of measures which jointly act to reduce the risk of increased fatigue and reduced alertness and performance levels of crew members, and to mitigate the acute disruption of the sleep pattern in the case of disruptive schedules. EASA cannot issue an authorisation until the European Commission has lifted the operating ban under the Air Safety List Regulation. Regarding the type training examination and assessment standard as well as type examination standard as described in Part-66, Appendix III, paragraphs 4 and 5, the theoretical element examination can follow the same principle as above; however, for the practical element assessment, the examiner(s) must be appropriately qualified. meet the provisions for the issue of appropriate privileges, which means: going to a type-training course again, including OJT as necessary, or. in a pure VFR environment. This is to ensure that the person in question is capable of maintaining safety during the assessment and capable of fully assessing the skills that are needed for the future OJTI in relation to maintaining safety. They may convey additional information, according to national needs, but they are not subject to recognition at EU level. from General Visual Inspection to Detailed Inspection, or from Operational Check to Functional Check), by analogy with the escalation [see FAQ no.48248] EASA recommends that for safety-related tasks such changes are directly approved by the competent authority. - In all cases, task de-escalation may need to be considered based on the supporting data [AMC M.A.302(f) point (4)]. As long as an airport crew lounge or a shared hotel room fulfils all criteria of ORO.FTL.105 (3) it could be used as accommodation. If Air Traffic Control (ATC) is only provided with the use of surveillance equipment, there is no need for the ATCO to also hold the procedural rating, e.g. The term 'Sterile Flight Deck' is used to describe any period of time when the flight crew members shall not be disturbed e.g. This means that the audit and verification requirements contained in Part-ORO of Regulation 965/2012 cannot be substituted by a TCO authorisation issued by the Agency. Day 3: The crew member reports at C acclimatised to the local time at C for an FDP to D. At D the crew member has a rest period and becomes acclimatised to D. He/she has now covered 6-hour time difference. By European law (article 77 of Reg. For further information, please consult AMC3 of Article 5. Aircraft type rating training must have been started and be completed within the 3 years preceding the application for a type rating endorsement (Part-66, Appendix III, paragraph 1 refers). Complete practical training of yourself in order to familiarise yourself with the drone and ensure you reach a good level of control. In this scenario though, the declared AMP shall not be less restrictive than the ‘Minimum Inspection Programme’ (MIP) referred to in point M.A.302(i). ‘Alternative Means of Compliance’ are those that propose an alternative to an existing AMC. national privileges. non-safety related MRBR task or a task recommended by a Service Letter) intervals, Note: You, as drone operator, are always required to have an insurance for your drone if you are using a drone with a weight above 20kg. there is no need for troubleshooting; and. The certificate shall be issued for an unlimited duration. 3. some tasks should be selected from each paragraph of the Appendix II list: this means that it is not necessary to perform exactly 50% in each ATA chapter. The European Union Authority for aviation safety. a national licence [66.A.305] or an approved maintenance organisation authorisation [66.A.310], that was valid in the Member State before the entry into force of the EASA regulation introducing the relevant Part-66 categories (see entry into force of the amendments of the regulation), or, JAR-66 licence, which will automatically be re-issued as Part-66 licences as they are deemed to have been issued in accordance with Part-66. 1178/2011. They reflect the Annex 19 requirements and will be updated in line with updates to Annex 19. Point M.A.712(b) requires that the quality system monitors: The quality system procedures are considered to be within these approved procedures . For operations not covered by a standard scenario in the ’specific’ category, the drone operator must ensure that the mitigating measures submitted in his original risk assessment are appropriate to the new environment it plan to operate in or update them is necessary. [NOTE: Q1 and Q2 must be read together as they are closely related. Therefore, the AMC includes some specific risk criteria. After this date Commission Regulation (EU) No 2016/539 applies and the IR training courses shall contain also the PBN elements. So, it is true that the examiners authorised by the competent authority shall not have been involved in the applicant's training. Competent authorities responsible for the oversight of SPO operators and operations should assess carefully each individual case to establish if there is a commercial operation, resorting if necessary to information otherwise available to social security or taxation bodies. Specialised operations of third country operators are not subject to Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 and remain regulated, from both safety and market-access perspective, by the law of the Member State where they are conducted. The concerned EU Member State will review the application form and the submitted documents in order to evaluate and decide on the request for the operating permits. accuracy or resolution), correction of detected errors, etc. Sterile flight deck procedures are meant to increase the flight crew members' attention to their essential operational activities when their focused alert is needed, i.e. The operator may measure the cases where a rostered crew pairing for a duty period is achieved within the planned duration of that duty period. The deletion of paragraph (c)(3) of AMC1 SPO.SPEC.HEC.100 was made in anticipation of a change in SPO.SPEC.HEC.105. Based in Sofia, Bulgaria, SAS is a Global, Professional, Airline, MRO and Ground Operations, Support, Consulting and Training Company. The proposed changes in the rules are consistent with the current certification memorandum on Personnel carrying device systems (PCDS) and also consistent with the latest amendments to CS 27/29, by not requiring airworthiness approvals for simple PCDS. In accordance with 145.A.70(a)(12), 145.A.42(b)(i), M.A.604(a)(7), CAO.A.025(a)(10), M.A.501(b) and ML.A.501(a)(i) of Regulation (EU) 1321/2014, as applicable, the approved organisation carrying out maintenance on products or components have to ensure, by complying with adequate procedures included in the exposition or manual (MOE chapter 2.1, MOM chapter 2.8 or CAE chapter C.3), that the necessary components, standard parts and/or material are supplied in satisfactory conditions. Considering the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the aviation sector - the reduced personnel in the maintenance organisations, or late feedback/reply from their suppliers which may affect compliance with their suppliers’ evaluation procedures - the Agency was requested to provide to competent authorities (CA´s) with additional guidance material to facilitate a simpler process of approving changes to the applicable organisation’s procedures, in order to ensure as much as possible the continuation of maintenance organisation activities in compliance with the applicable requirements. No. 1) The Competent Authority may, until 31 December 2024, accept applications for a certificate including deviations from the certification specifications issued by the Agency, if the following conditions are met: a. the deviations do not qualify as an equivalent level of safety case under ADR.AR.C.020, nor qualify as a case of special condition under ADR.AR.C.025 of Annex II to this Regulation; b. the deviations existed prior to the entry into force of this Regulation; c. the essential requirements of Annex Va to Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 are respected by the deviations, supplemented by mitigating measures and corrective actions as appropriate; d. a supporting safety assessment for each deviation has been completed. The licence itself is valid 5 years from the last renewal. Remote ICT may have limitations that could render it unsuitable for some applications. In cases, where the aircraft type has been subjected to the MRB process, the following MRBR tasks should be considered safety-related: TCO.105 (a) solely refers to the situation where an operator intends to deviate from so called Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC). For NCO operations in the EU of a third country-registered aircraft, only the ADs mandated by the State of Registry apply — not the EASA ADs. Regulatory reference: Article 4(d) of EU regulation 2019/947. Aircraft type specific and operator conversion training & Familiarisation if the validity of the Recurrent training has expired. Certification Specifications (CS) are non-binding technical standards adopted by the EASA to meet the essential requirements of the Basic Regulation. (see https://www.easa.europa.eu/domains/civil-drones/naa). First example: Crewmember 1 is required to position from A to B on the commercial flight of an airline other than the airline which Crewmember 1 is flying for. the tasks should identify whether they relate to a B1.1, B1.3 licence … or to a B2. Result: In this case the applicant would receive a CoR for basic training only as well as the CoRs related to the modules successfully passed in that approved Part-147 organisation. Those can be found in Annex XIII – Part – PERS of Regulation (EU) 2017/373. (EU) 965/2012, Article 2: ‘“commercial operation” shall mean any operation of an aircraft, in return for remuneration or other valuable consideration, which is available to the public or, when not made available to the public, which is performed under a contract between an operator and a customer, where the latter has no control over the operator.’. In the case of aircrew licensing, provisions on grandfathering consider some national certificates issued in compliance with given regulations and by a certain date as being in compliance with the new Aircrew Regulation (i.e. No, the Class 3 medical certificate does not include Class 2 privileges. On the other hand, the ISO 9001/EN 9100 certificate covers only the quality management elements of the management system, while the other elements as stipulated in the rule that are not covered by ISO/EN certificate should be subject to oversight by the competent authority, such as e.g. CAT operations by helicopter, including HEMS. This does not prevent a training organisation to provide such courses. So, in principle, we could say that there is no requirement for the nomination or identification of deputy “nominated persons”. The length of the flight from B to C does not allow each crew member on board (pilots 1, 2 & 3) to have the minimum in-flight rest period during cruise phase: 2 consecutive hours for the flight crew members at control during landing and consecutive 90-minute period for the third pilot. The list of Member States and the web sites of their competent authorities can be found on our website under 'EASA by Country'. Basic Regulation. Reduced rest is only possible under FRM, as part of an approved IFTSS. Rearward-facing child seats should only be installed on forward-facing passenger seats. For example, in Reg. If the practical instructor was holding an STDI endorsement though, there is no need for exchange. This acknowledgement may be used temporarily by operators, in conjunction with the application form and the submitted documents, to support their request for operating permits from the concerned EU Member States. Opt-in for Annex II aircraft (article 2(4) NBR). The definition of complex motor-powered aircraft is found in Article 3 of  Reg. It is up to the competent authority to decide whether they want to delegate this task to (certain) assessors. Examination is a written form of demonstration of a certain level of theoretical knowledge by the student based on achievement of the learning objectives, usually performed on completion of a theoretical training course or a portion of a course. The received acknowledgment email will serve as a proof that EASA has received a ‘one-off notification’ application. Adequate controls are defined and in place to avoid abuses that could compromise the integrity of the audit process. As CPDLC capability requires both aircraft equipage and appropriately trained flight crew, if one of these conditions is not fulfilled, operators should not indicate CPDLC ATN (Aeronautical Telecommunication Network) VDL (Very High Frequency Data Link) Mode 2 capability in the flight plan. Yes. This means that the State of the Operator (SoO) designates the competent authority for NCC operators. performing assessments leading to the issue, revalidation and renewal of unit endorsements. (Refer to 21A.303). HTAWS are currently mandated under SPA.HOFO.160(c), which requires HTAWS to ‘meet the requirements for class A equipment as specified in an acceptable standard’. Up to 2 reduced rest periods in any 168 hours are allowed. Therefore, a specific ETOPS approval under Part-SPA (Annex V to Regulation (EU) No 965/2012) is not required to operate between 120 and 180 minutes from an adequate aerodrome; nevertheless, an operator is required to hold an approval based on the provisions contained in AMC1 CAT.OP.MPA.140(c). Yes. Some implementing rules make a direct reference to the Essential Requirements. Case No 3: The applicant has completed a full basic training course in one approved Part-147 organisation. Otherwise, the inspection also can be done on the first day, but in that case, it is reasonable to expect that it will be released the same day (then the next due date would be 3 months after the CRS is signed). This is further explained in AMC M.A.712(b) point 8: the independence of the audits should be established by always ensuring that audits are carried out by personnel not responsible for the functions, procedures or products being checked. The scope of the TCO authorisation can never exceed the scope of operations approved in the underlying AOC (Operations Specifications) issued by the competent authority of the operator. With the objective to introduce different ‘levels’ of UPRT at various stages of a professional pilot’s career, EASA has published its Opinion No 06/2017 and is currently revising the existing acceptable means of compliance (AMC) and guidance material (GM) published with regard to the provisions of Annex I (Part-FCL) to Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 as follows: Until the 25 August 2018 all training courses follow the published learning objectives without PBN requirements. Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) are non-binding. (EU) 2018/1139 (The Basic Regulation): Annex I. In both cases, the AMO should demonstrate that the maintenance data used, regardless of the source, is up-to-date. In accordance with ADR.OR.B.50, the aerodrome operator, following an amendment of the certification specifications, must perform a review to identify any certification specifications, which are applicable to the aerodrome. The EU licensed air carrier hereafter referred to as ‘the operator’, needs to consider both the relevant Part-ORO rules that will become fully applicable on 29 October 2014 and the applicable Part-M requirements. Remark: Privileges on the basis of national requirements may be added in the Part-66 licence in section XIV. Part-FCL about licences and ratings (arguably Part-MED belongs here also), OPS rules called Part-NCO (unless we fly jets or commercially), and rules … If the aircraft has ATN VDL Mode 2 CPDLC capability and the crew are appropriately trained, the operator should enter the J1 designator in item 10 of the flight plan in accordance with the provisions of the ICAO PANS-ATM (ICAO Doc 4444 ‘Procedures for Air Navigation Services (PANS-ATM)’, Sixteen Edition 2016), as transposed by the Commission Regulation (EC) No 1033/2006 on ‘requirements on procedures for flight plans in the pre-flight phase for the single European sky’. It contains information, including examples, to assist the user in the interpretation and application of the Basic Regulation, its IRs, AMCs and the CSs. In accordance with 145.B.35 and 145.B.40 of Regulation (EU) 1321/2014, the CA may consider to approve a concession to allow deviating from the Maintenance Organisation Exposition (MOE) procedures for maintenance performed away from an approved location, as per 145.A.75(c) and permit the performance of line maintenance in a non-approved location for a period up to 3 months (90 days). JAR-compliant licences issued or recognised by the Member State before the applicability of Commission Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 on Aircrew shall be deemed to have been issued in accordance with this Regulation, and shall be replaced with a Part-FCL licence by 8 April 2018 at the latest. As a minimum, point (3) of AMC M.A.302 states it should be at least a 1-year review interval (annual review). 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