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Permit To Fly The New Rules

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Permit To Fly The New Rules

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  • 1. Permit to Fly: the new rules
  • 2. Permit to Fly: the new rules
    • Information meeting 16-03-07
    • Agenda
    • Welcome
    • Background
    • Some major principles of the new rules
    • Detailed review of rules + AMC/GM
    • Rules and AMC/GM for approved organisations
    • EASA procedures
    • Discussion / Questions
  • 3. Welcome
    • We know that:
    • Rule change was made at date of implementation
    • Text might not be perfect
    • But please note we:
    • have tried to alleviate burden on all
    • have to respect legal constraints
    • Intend to improve when scope of EASA is extended
    • Let’s all do our best to achieve smoothest implementation !
  • 4. Current rules
    • Airworthiness Certificates
    • EASA has only three airworthiness certificates:
      • (normal) Certificate of Airworthiness
    • only if normal C of A is not appropriate / not possible:
      • Restricted Certificate of Airworthiness
      • Permit to Fly
  • 5. Current rules (contd.)
    • Restricted C of A
    • Normal case: based on a Restricted TC: (normal) TC is not appropriate (deviate from CS)
      • agricultural,;
      • fire prevention and suppression;
      • aerial surveying,;
      • patrolling;
      • weather control,;
      • aerial advertising,;
      • wildlife conservation; and
      • other special purpose
    • Exception: Not based on Restricted TC
  • 6. Current rules (contd.)
    • Restricted C of A
    • Other requirements same as for normal C of A
    • (maintenance, spare parts, etc)
  • 7. Current rules (contd.)
    • Permit to Fly Until 28 March 2007
    • 21A.174(d) Application
    • 21A.185 Issue of permits to fly
      • NAA issue PtF after:
      • Agency found that aircraft can perform safe flight (with restrictions)
    • But: 1702/2003 article 2.11: NAA makes findings until 28-3-07
  • 8. New rule development
    • Draft TOR + invitation for nominations published 13-12-05
    • Drafting group created 17-01-06:
      • AECMA
      • Europe Air Sports (2)
      • International Air Carrier Association
      • CAA-UK
      • DGAC-F
      • Austro Control
      • EASA (2)
  • 9. New rule development
    • Group started 02-02-06
    • 5 meetings until 16-04-06
    • NPA published 05-07-06
    • 235 comments received by 05-10-06
    • Review group created: drafting group + ENAC Italy + EASA Standardisation
    • Review group started 10-10-06
    • 2 meetings until 10-11-06
    • CRD + draft rule published 11-12-06
  • 10. New rule development (Ctd)
    • 10 reactions on CRD received by 22-01-07
    • Agency Opinion published 11-02-07
    • EASA Committee meeting 06-03-07
    • European Commission adoption and publication 04-04-07
    • Agency Decision AMC/GM to Part to be published on the same date
  • 11. New rule development (Ctd)
    • What if new rule was not established
    • Old 21A.185 would be fully applicable
      • All PtF require Agency involvement
      • No possibility for privileges to organisations
    • No detailed requirements available
  • 12. Permit to Fly: the new rules
    • Some important principles:
    • Different types of PtF all covered by one rule
    • shared responsibility: Agency – NAA
    • Old national PtF grandfathered
    • Applicable to EU registered aircraft
    • Valid in all member states
    • Privileges for DOA and POA
    • Maintenance rules in flight conditions
    • Separate Subpart P: Permit to Fly
  • 13. Different types of PtF all in one rule
    • Complicating factor for drafting
    • Existing (R) C of A temporarily invalid
      • unapproved change
      • Unrepaired damage
      • (long) due maintenance
    • Pre C of A
      • TC not yet issued
      • (Production) Flight testing
    • C of A or Restricted C of A not appropriate or not possible
      • Air racing / record breaking
      • Some orphan aircraft
  • 14. Shared responsibility Agency-NAA
    • Complicating factor for drafting:
    • shared responsibility: Agency – NAA
      • Agency:
        • All design issues
      • NAA:
        • Conformity (production)
        • C of A issuance and oversight
        • Permit to Fly issuance
        • Implementation of maintenance rules
    • Permit to Fly: often deviation from approved design: Agency involvement
  • 15. PtF Grandfathering
    • Principle:
    • All PtF or other certificate grandfathered until first expiry date or 28-3-08 maximum
    • For “permanent” PtF: flight conditions are grandfathered indefinitely (until need for change), unless Agency determines insufficient level of safety
    • (Reg 1702/2003 art. 2.e)
  • 16. PtF applicability
    • PtF rules applicable only to
    • aircraft registered in EU; or
    • Unregistered when identification marking prescribed by MS
    • (Reg 1702/2003 art. 2.2)
    • Result: new rules do not cover validation of foreign PtF
  • 17. PtF validity
    • PtF issued in accordance with new rules are valid in all Member States:
    • No additional national conditions/limitations for domains covered by the approved flight conditions
    • Holder must comply with other local operational rules outside scope of PtF
    • National rules should not obstruct free circulation
  • 18. DOA/POA privileges
    • DOA (possible) privileges:
      • Approve flight conditions for all PtF except 21A.701(a)(15)
      • Issue PtF when configuration controlled by DOA
    • POA (possible) privileges:
      • Approve flight conditions and issue PtF for aircraft it produced when design is approved
    • In previous draft: privilege for CAMO: this will be subject of new NPA
  • 19. Maintenance rules for PtF
    • According to 2042/2003 art. 3.3 aircraft under PtF are exempted from Part M
    • In stead: maintenance rules are defined in the flight conditions
    • In most cases they can refer to Part M
  • 20. Separate Subpart P
    • Initial drafts were amendments to Subpart H (airworthiness certificates)
    • Due to complexity decided to create new subpart
    • As a consequence all references to PtF are deleted from subpart H