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JOHN*

MODULE 10 IMPORTANT NOTE

*MFR specifies particular tool or equipment,


org shall use tools or equipment is agreed
by
DGCA

*the org shall ensure that all applicable


maintenance data ---CURRENT and readily
available for use when required by
maintenance personnel

*maintenance of each aircraft shall be


organized in accordance with ---Aircraft
maintenance P

*the aircraft maintenance program must


establish compliance with

_instruction issued by DGCA


_instruction for continuing airworthiness
issued
by TC/STC/RTC or under Car 21
-Additional or alternative instruction
proposed
by OWNER or CAMO

*According to subpart F org dependent


upon
the extent of approval-----AIRCRAFT
maintenance manager and workshop
manager

*TC /STC/NOISE CERTIFICATE /ITSOA


are
approved by DGCA

*TC/RTC is issued on CA form 30

*the company or corporation registered


elsewhere than in India and business in is
categorized underCAT B

*FLIGHT safety document safety document


needs to be in form of manuals, training
programs, checklist needs to organized in
the
following manner

A. time critical information


B. time service information
C. frequency used information
D. reference information
. The requirement of FSDS to be published
in
FOM & MCM(CAME)

. Permission of import a/c shall be granted


by
AIR TRANSPORT DIRECTORATE (DGCA)

. FEES for AOC


1. AOC issuing 20,00000
2. AOC renewal- 10,00000
* AOC shall be valid for 5 year
*Before suspend or cancel 15 days
previous notice
*AOC shall be kept at the Principle office
of the holder shall be produce on demand
of magistrate, DG ,POLICE , OFFICER,
applicable person
*A copy of AOC shall be displayed at a
conspicuous place in principle office
*any holder of AOC aggrieved by order of
DGCA within 30 Days from date of order
appeal to central government
*After proving flight, then DGCA team
shall assess the AOP applicant against one
of the three outcomes
1. Outcome-1-another proving flight
2. Outcome-2-any areas of deficiencies
can be addressed without further proving
flight
3. outcome-3-the result was satisfactory
Application for AOP=FORM OP/001
Renewal of AOP =form OP/002
Amendment to operation spec =OP/003
*Records of aircraft loading & fuel must be
kept
for 12 months.
*An applicant shall apply for renewal to
DGCA
at least minimum 60 days prior to the date
of
expiry of AOP
*Readiness check is ground exercise that
gives
the AOP applicant then opportunity to test
the
concern held by DGCA & decide if they are
ready for the proving flight.
*safety trainers shall have at least 1 year
experience
*maintenance control manual also known
as
CAME approved by DGCA
*copies of CAME must be provided for
ALL LOCATION where maintenance is
performed
MAINTENANCE & inspection personnel
whom need the manual in the execution of
their duties
*Operator shall ensure that security manual
is
developed & approved by BCAS
*Safety & emergency procedural manual
prepare according guidance stipulated in
sec-7
series-M part-1
*Accident victim relief program has been
drawn
up as per guidance of ICAO CIR
285/AN/166

*PHASES of certification process-5


1. PRE APPLICATION
2. FORMAL APPLICATION
3. DOCUMENT EVALUATION
4. DEMONSTRATION & INSPECTION
prior to
certification
5. CERTIFICATION

*NSOP is valid for 2 year


FEES
NSOP APP--=25000
NSOP GRANT = 100000
NSOP RENEWAL=50000

*AOP issued by DGCA


*these permits (AOP) are equivalent to the
AOC
required to be granted by ICAO member
states
in accordance with provisions of ANNEX 6

*134= scheduled air transport


*134A=non-scheduled air transport

*DGCA issue AOC in two part


1. AOC itself
2. Operational specification (ETOPS,
RNAV)

Safety Management System is a management


tool for the
management of safety by an organisation, reflecting
an organised
and orderly approach.

The safety management system shall correspond to the


size,
nature and complexity of the operations, acitives, hazards
and risks associated with the operations associated with
the
approval of an organization.

APLICABLE RECUIRTMENT FOR SMS---


i) Scheduled or Non-Scheduled Operators
Permit issued under rule 134
or 134A.
ii) Conducting operations of large or turbojet
aeroplanes for general
aviation.
iii) Engaged in the operation of an
aerodrome licensed under rule 78.
iv)Engaged in the type design of aircraft.
v) Engaged in manufacture of aircraft.

Such safety data is collected from proactive or


reactive safety-related activities,
including but not limited to:
a) accident or incident investigations;
b) safety reporting;
c) continuing airworthiness reporting;
d) operational performance monitoring;
e) Inspections, audits, surveys; or
f) safety studies and reviews

State safety programme: An integrated set of regulations


and activities aimed at improved safety.

Safety policy and objectives


i) Management commitment
ii) Safety accountability and responsibilities
iii) Appointment of key safety personnel

Safety promotion
i) Training and education
ii) Safety communication

The safety management system shall be accepted by


DGCA.

For selection of a safety manager, the service provider


shall follow the guidance
provided in ICAO Doc 9859.

Categories A and B1 are subdivided into subcategories


relative to combinations of
aeroplanes, helicopters, turbine and piston engines. The
subcategories are:

- A1 and B1.1 Aeroplanes Turbine


- A2 and B1.2 Aeroplanes Piston
- A3 and B1.3 Helicopters Turbine
- A4 and B1.4 Helicopters Piston

Category B3 is applicable to piston-engine nonpressurised


aeroplanes of 2000 kg
MTOM and below.

Eligibility
a) The applicant must have passed 10+2 examination in
Physics, Chemistry and
Mathematics from a recognized board or university or its
equivalent
b) An applicant for an aircraft maintenance engineers
licence shall be at least 18 years
of age.
Category A licence holder to issue certificates for release
to service after minor
scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification
within the limits of
maintenance tasks specifically endorsed on the
authorisation issued by a
maintenance organisation approved under rule 133B

Category B2 licence holder to issue


(a) certificates of release to service after maintenance on
avionic and electrical
systems, avionics and electrical system within engine and
mechanical systems
requiring only simple tests.

(b) certificates of release to service after minor scheduled


line maintenance and
simple defect rectification within the limits of tasks
specifically endorsed on the
certification authorization
Simple test means a test described in approved
maintenance data.

The holder of Aircraft Maintenance Engineer license may


not exercise certification
privileges unless---1. compliance of car 145/M

2. preceding two year period he/she has either acquired


six months of
maintenance experience.

Credits expire 10 years after they were granted to the


applicant by the DGCA

Credits shall be granted in accordance with APM Chapter


17.

1. for category A, sub categories B1.2 and B1.4 and


category B3 three years of
practical aircraft maintenance experience on operating
aircraft .

2. for category B2 and sub-categories B1.1 and B1.3 five


years of practical aircraft
maintenance experience on operating aircraft.

3. for Category C with respect to large aircraft:


i. three years of experience exercising category B1.1 or
B1.3 or B2 privileges on
large aircraft or as CAR 145 B1.1, B1.3 or B2 support
staff, or, a combination of
both

ii. five years of experience exercising category B1.2 or


B1.4 privileges on large
aircraft or as CAR 145 B1.2 or B1.4 support staff, or a
combination of both
4. for category C with respect to non large aircraft:
Three years of experience exercising category B1 or B2
privileges on non large
aircraft or as CAR 145 B1 or B2 support staff, or a
combination of both.

Personnel exercising certification privileges as well as


support staff must produce
their licence as evidence of qualification, if required by an
authorized person of DGCA,
within 24 hours.

Each multiple choice questions must have more than two


alternative answers
of which only one must be the correct answer and the
candidate shall be allowed
a time per module which is based upon a nominal average
of 75 seconds per
question.

The pass mark for CAR-66 module and sub-module


multiple choice part of the
examination is 75%.

A failed module may not be retaken for at least 90 days


following the date of the
failed module examination except in the case of an
approved maintenance
training organisation which conducts a course of retraining
tailored to the failed
subjects in the particular module. In such case, the failed
module may be retaken
after 30 days.

The maximum number of consecutive attempts for each


module is three.
Further sets of three attempts are allowed with a 1 year
waiting period between
sets.

CA Form 19-01
Application For Initial Issue Of CAR- 66 Aircraft
Maintenance Engineers
Licence

CA Form 19-02 Application for extension of CAR- 66


aircraft maintenance engineers
Licence

CA Form 19-03 Application for renewal of CAR- 66 aircraft


maintenance engineers
Licence

CA Form 19-04 Application for conversion/removal of


limitations of CAR- 66 aircraft
maintenance engineers licence

CA Form 19-05 Application for issue of duplicate CAR- 66


aircraft maintenance engineers
Licence

CA Form 19-06 Medical certificate

CA Form 19-07 Application for allotment of computer


number for appearing in AME
licence examinations

CA Form 19-08A Application for appearing in written


paper(s) of CAR 66 basic knowledge
Examination

CA Form 19-08B Application for appearing in CAR 66 type


Examination

CA Form 19-09 Application for appearing in skill test of


CAR-66 AME licence

CA Form 19-10 Format of aircraft maintenance engineer


work record / log book

CA Form 19-11 Application for issue of basic knowledge


examination certificate

Maintenance man hour plan must be reviewedEVERY 6


month and updated when necessary

Computer system should have at least one back up


system should be updated within 24 hour
CA FORM 2 ----INITIAL ISSUE, GRANT, RENEWAL
CA FORM 6 ----APPROVAL RECOMMENDATION
REPORT
CA form 4 is applicable for POST HOLDER

an CAR 145 approved organization the scope of approval


deemed to constitute the approval is given in MOE.

During maintenance any incomplete maintenance is


brought to the notice to AIRCRAFT OPERATOR

INDEPENDENT AUDIT is the important element in the


quality and safety policy

Any maintenance carried out before flight to ensure the


aircraft is fit for intended flight is LINE MAINTENANCE

The internal reporting process should be CLOSED LOOP

CERTIFYING STAFF will ensure that components is not in


airworthy condition

CDCCL--Critical design configuration control limitation

Endanger the flight safety---any instances where safe


operation could not be
assured or which could lead to an unsafe condition. It
typically includes, but is not limited
to, significant cracking, deformation, corrosion or failure of
primary structure, any evidence
of burning, electrical arcing, significant hydraulic fluid or
fuel leakage and any emergency
system or total system failure. An airworthiness directive
overdue for compliance is also
considered a hazard to flight safety.

Where an organisation approved under this CAR


terminates its operation, all
retained maintenance records covering the last 3 years
shall be distributed to
the last owner or customer of the respective aircraft or
component or shall be
stored as specified by DGCA

Significant deviation from the maintenance man-hour plan


should be reported through
the departmental manager to the quality manager and the
accountable manager for
review. Significant deviation means more than a 25%
shortfall in available man-hours
during a calendar month

Human factors means principles which apply to


aeronautical design, certification,
training, operations and maintenance and which seek safe
interface between the
human and other system components by proper
consideration of human performance.

Human performance means human capabilities and


limitations which have an impact
on the safety and efficiency of aeronautical operations.

The accountable manager may be the accountable


manager for more than one
organisation and is not required to be necessarily
knowledgeable on technical matters as
the maintenance organisation exposition defines the
maintenance standards. When the
accountable manager is not the chief executive officer,
DGCA will need to be assured that
such an accountable manager has direct access to chief
executive officer and has a
sufficiency of maintenance funding allocation.

Continuation training should be of sufficient duration in


each 2 year period

FTS-----Large aeroplanes as defined as maximum type


certified passenger capacity of 30 or
more or a maximum certified payload capacity of 7500 lbs
(3402 kg) cargo or more,
Phase 1 only:
1. The group of persons representing the maintenance
management structure of the
organization, the quality manager and the staff required to
quality monitor the
organization.
2. Personnel of the competent authorities

Phase 1 + Phase 2 + Continuation training:


Personnel of the CAR-145 approved maintenance
organization required to plan,
perform, supervise, inspect and certify the maintenance of
aircraft and fuel system
components.

PHASE 1--training should be carried out before the person


starts to work without supervision but
not later than 6 months after joining the organisation.

PHASE 1 COURSE INCLUDE


a short background showing examples of FTS accidents
or incidents,

the description of concept of fuel tank safety and


CDCCL,

some examples of manufacturers documents showing


CDCCL items,
typical examples of FTS defects,
some examples of TC holders repair data
some examples of maintenance instructions for
Inspection

PHASE 2
The person should
have received Phase 2 training by 31 December 2013 or
within 12 months of joining the
organization, whichever comes later.

It should not take the


form of a training bulletin, or other self study
and the pass mark of the
examination should
be 75%.

Mandatory Modification means the modification


incorporated in an aircraft, aircraft component and items of
equipment after type
certification to maintain it in an airworthy condition.

An airworthiness directive means a document issued


or adopted by DGCA which mandates actions to be
performed on an aircraft to
restore an acceptable level of safety, when evidence
shows that the safety level
of this aircraft may otherwise be compromised

At the time of issue of C of A to a new type of aircraft


imported into the country,
the operator shall ensure that all Airworthiness Directives
issued by the
Regulatory Authority of the State of Manufacture are
complied with. A statement
in this regard shall be submitted to DGCA. All repeat
inspections mentioned in
the Airworthiness Directives may form part of the
maintenance inspection
schedule

the routine test flight will be conducted at maximum all-up


weight,
authorised for the type of aircraft, keeping in view the
limitation imposed
by the factors like aerodrome altitude/temperature, runway
length etc

Engine change would mean removal of any engine and its


replacement by :
(I) an overhauled engine
(ii) an engine removed from any other position of the same
aircraft or any other
aircraft.

(Reinstallation of the same engine on the same aircraft in


its original position would
not constitute an engine change for this purpose, provided
the engine has already
been flight proven and the entire installation of the engine
is double-checked and
certified.)

The "observed actual climb performance" in no case be


lower by more than 3% (in terms of ft. per minute) of the
"expected climb
performance" for the purpose of acceptance of test flight
report.

The MEL shall include all the maintenance and operational


procedures given by
the manufacturer in Dispatch and Deviation Procedures
Guide
(DDPG)/Operations procedures.

use the tools, equipment and material specified in the


maintenance data. If necessary, tools and equipment shall
be controlled and calibrated to an officially recognised
standard

Newly directly employed personnel working under


direct supervision may receive training within 6 months
after joining the maintenance
organisation.
TECHNICAL LOG

SECTION-1 should contain details of the registered


name and address of the operator the aircraft type and the
complete international registration marks of the aircraft.

SECTION 2 --next scheduled maintenance is due

SECTION 3--
i the aircraft type and registration mark.
ii the date and place of take-off and landing.
iii the times at which the aircraft took off and landed.

SECTION 4--- DETAILS OF DEFFERED DEFECT

SECTION 5NEXT SUPPORTIVE MAINTENANCE

The owner or operator shall ensure when an aircraft is


permanently transferred from one owner or operator to
another that the continuing airworthiness records and, if
applicable, operator's technical log is also transferred

permanent transfer does not generally include the dry


lease-out of an aircraft when the duration of the lease
agreement is less than 6 months.

The senior management shall familiarize themselves with


the principles and
practice of Just Culture and incorporate a structured
strategy for its
development as part of the SMS implementation.

JOHN KHAN (IAME,GORAKHPUR)