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  • ~ "fio "ito ~o-33004/99 REGlJ r:0. D. L.-33004/99 I --he <Gaz.ette of ~ndia ~ EXTRAORDINARY ~ U-~ 3-~-~ (i) PART II--8ection 3-Sub-section (i) ~ fr 9Cfllfild PUBLISHED BY AUU-IORlTY~. 329] ---+.-========;;~~R;;;R"l~ft,=;dJ;;:tbfll~RlCI;;i;=~:;;~;;Ht;;r$:;:5,=:2;:;:;:01:;::::;2::::/31~1;;;<41~1!4~14;=,::::,9~3~4============= INo. 329] NEW DELHI, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2012fASAl)HA 14, 1934 / ~~,5~,2012 m.Cfif.R. 535(at).-~fcn qi~<::!H f~ 1937 <m 3tR ·"&.llitGT ~ ~ fu1! ql<j)<::!H 3iftlGi~ 22)1 c5r trm 14 c5r JN&TI ~ ~ fi<Cf51<, ~fct1011+1 JOl;;;(lt1<::1 cBT 3ifu~tHI ~ g:RT ,ql<j<::IH (~a~") f~~ 2012 cm JITffl ~~ 23 l1l"tf, 2012 cm " m.CBT.R. ~ 245 (31) ~ g:m m«r ~ <1314::t, 3imURUT mTf 11, m- 3, ms (i) it 1 q<m.f~ C!X fum 1p.IT w, ~ om~ ~. JRr ~ ~ x: 1314::1 cm !1Rmt f3:m# 3Cf(f 3Tfu~iH 1 cm 11t m ~ ~ c5r 3fcrftr cm ~t{f ~ wr ~ "ffm amcmm m1 f3"Hd=s ~ )J(f)l~l<i I qmfCRf m~ c5r -ffmcRT m~ ~Jlf;nn "ffl ~ ~ CfKT err 11t ~; I 3tR ~CB m ~ tR 3Cfd 3Tfu ~tJTi 1 it fciT~ 31Cffu it f~ cxmrrr ~ ~ 3TI~ m t!~ ID((1 ~ §l! ~; . 3f<1: 3m ~<:r -m5R 3Cf(f 3if~ ciT trm 4 :m~ 7 g:RT ~-m~ (f)f:.sraTTf axff §l!l al<j<::lli R<:ml 1937 mr 3tR ~tR "Cf5B ~ fu1! 88fMf~ R<:m ~ ~, ~ :- 1. ~ ~, faffi•< ~m~- (~) ~ f~ cnr -ftf&TCd ;:rn:r ~ (~ -ffwtR) f.iali, 2012 ~I2466 Gl/2012 (I)
  • 2 THE GAZETTE OF.INDfA: EXTRAORDINARY .[PART Il-~SEC. 3(i)) (<P) f~ 3 1{ J --- (i) v@s (i;) Cffl ffiq fcrx:rr JITI!; (ii) ~:(29) mTciDfff~~,; (iii) ~s .(5.ow) cm ffi,q ~ JflEI ("~") mn X3k X~~ ;(fffl" ~q fc&rr 0I1l!; (rr) ~"W VI :4, --- (i) ~ 1 if Wli ~"&:IT 7 m~ ~U(f ~ fc!Rc~1 <PT ffiq fmm "Jmt( (ii) 31crif iii -q ?511 ~~ 10 3TR- ~ OOU(f !Olfc!Re~1 ·cnr ffiq fux:rr "3ln!l [tf11. ~. ~-11012/01/2011-~] -m. -:l1~11Cfl --......rl-.r- ~ j;.,l<:, • • ~ ~ "~IX(Otl :- c:rRixsr 23 ~~ 1937 cm sTI~:c:RT ~. ciT.26 ij) gm~ m<:13N;;J 1f ~Cif~9:d;i~ fCB1! 1ft! 0 3JR-c:rRixsr 03 Cf5(q;(), 2012 CPT ~ ij) <:IJIQ;;J, 3ffifVROT, mn 11, ~ (3),3tR5Is (i) # !JcmfW<r c:rR!xsr 03 Cf)(q;{) 2012 cm w.mr.f~. 64 (3-T) ij) gm 3tfc=m ~-m~ fCB1!Tfl! 01 MINISTRY OF CIVIL AVIATION NOTIFICATION New Delhi, the 5th July, 2012 G.S.R. 535(E).-Whereas the draft of Aircraft (Amendment) Rules, 2012 further tc) amen-Gthe Aircraft Rules, 1937, was published, as required by section 14 of the Aircraft Act, 1934 (22 of 1934), vide notification of the Government of India in the Ministry of Civil Aviation published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part I!, Section 3, Sub-section (i), vide number G.S.R. 245(E), elated the 23rd March, 2012, for inviting Qbjections and suggestions from all persons likely to be affected thereby before the expiry of the period of thirty days from the date on which copies of the Gazette of India in which the said notification was published, were mad<: available to public; And whereas copies of the said notification were made available to the nuhlic orn tJhe 23rd March. 2012: 1 An·d wb:e<reas no objections or suggestions have been received from any person in a~espect of the draft rules within the period specified in the said 110 ti fi ea ti(o:n;; N:0w., t!lu:er.cfGne, in •ex:e.rdse of the powers conferred by sections 4 and 7 of the said A:.dt, tthe !Central GGvernrnent hereby makes the following rules further to amend the .Aiircr:aft R11.rlcs., 19.37, namely:-
  • [~ II---~ 3(i)] 3 1. Short title and commencement.- (1) These rules may be cCJlJcd the Aircraft (02nd AmP.ndmP.nt) Hnl(ls, ?.017.. (2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. 2. ln the Aircraft Rules, 1937,--- (a) in rule 3,- (i) clause (1) shall be omitted; (ii) clause (29A) shall be omitted; (iii) clause (SOA) shall be omitted. (b) Part X and XA shall be omitted; ., (c) in Schedule VI,-- (i) in Category I, serial No. 7 and the entries relating thereto shall be omitted; (ii) in Category Ill, serial No. 10 and the entries relating thereto shall be omit-ted. ~ _,, [F. No.AV-11012!01/2011-DG] G. ASOK KUMAR, Jt. Secy~ Note:- The principle rules were published in Gazette of India, vide notification ~~~ ~ number V-26, dated the 23rd March, 1937 and last amended vide G.S.R. 64(E) dated the 03rd, February, 2012 published in the Gazette of lndia, Extraordinary, Part 11, Section (3), Sub-section (i) dated the 03n1 February, 2012. ~~,5~,2012 m:cnr:f.:r. 536(3l).-Cll~411 31f~, 1934 ( 1934 cnr 22), c.nT mu 14 c.nT ~&n~, ·if«:r- ·~HCfiH, ~ fcU:t ICOl C1 a:i ~ 1(>ill mr ~ mGm cot I":!liiCi <~ e:Ciil 3-fR tlC:(iif . CfT31c-~SIUI) ~~ 2012 CfiT ~ c:nfmT 23 diTif, 2012 mJ m.CN.fct. ~- 244 (3IT) mIDU a:rn-c:r m {1JlQ::j, ~, a:rm 11, -ms 3 ~ (i} dt ~ CfR"·~ ilfliT m,~ ~ * ~ amc:r m mr ~ ~ ~ ~ mr cnt . ~ *wt {1jjQ::j 3CF(i<frn" ~ c$1 ~ c$1 fl JOII fCci ~ ~a.fr c,lJ fih;ql CflT Gl iii4l ~ gs:rrfcrc:r ~ c$1tt~ *, ~ f!I451Fclm ~ * ~ctr qm m~ m;3tR ~ 3Cf(1 ~ mr t;ffi1<:ri 23 diTif, 2012 CfiT fllcl;:Jifc:l m ~ ~ ~ qm er~*;.3-tR ~ ~ fc:ll!a:ti m~q at mcc1 :marm m {j)$11ql tR fclfc:lfa11C: ~ at ~~ crrm ~;
  • 4 rTHB: GAZETTE: OF INDfA :·EXTRAORDINARY [PART II---SEC. 3(i)] 1.~ Cfldl, fcl~n~ ·3-TR "mQ:r- (1.1}) ,~ ~fil·<:~CJila ~ 119J""lkt (~m 3tR tJCCffm cnT 3"lc-~l:.jul) f<i:ll!J.i, 2012 i:ij)~j -~F;It<l.llli (2) <l ~ ~ ~ (~ Rlfd:lt~,iiJ ~ ·~ .~ fcta:;;:r tR aft ~ ~ ~ - (en} a:rm=r c)) iiil<llf{Cfi ·.~ ,c} ~ ·»t #; (tsr) a.:rm:r dt ciJi"tq>ct l~lBlld?l .air 3(?f tR tfqF{ ~ ~ eT cnt;T aft.~; (CJT) 31RC1 ~ * 3-tR ~ cjjjt.~ ~ ao:-n ~ ;amr v:rfrff; 3-tR m~ a:nw c)) ~ m amc:r $ ~ ~ / ("ET) 1hT ~ Gm QiJ!li>lrl ~ Rl<Riiii ~ 3iffi1 "Cf)f CiiJif{Cfi ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e-4<H114 f~ m f~ kltiiB .--~ Jl ~I (3) <t ~1"1Q5l it t;T"Cf)f~lcf c1?r c:rrtmr cnT m[<TT Mt 2. qft:mtffit 3ffi" fila iJCi - ~ kl4Jii it, ~ (1<l) ftp ~ aft Gfl(1 ~ m ~at Jl ~c:r~- (en) 11 ~ 11 cm (ik·Q4 ~ RI<HICi * mQiU(>fCi ~ ~ tlCCiT *~~I - (i) fuim m ~ fc!CAIC1 m~ dt .~ 3fr v.:rTm $ ~ m3iT~m ~ . f4<HIC1 tR {1c:fR" ~ mm ~ ~ tRt e-l!Tffill1 m~ $ ~ m ~~~; 31~ ! (ii) ftnm m ~ fclCAIC1 m~ dt, ~ $ 3t~~ ~ ~ m~ c=rc=tR ~ $ ~ * ~ ~ mJirr it ~ ~ 3tR ~ Qai<4C1 QUII(>I~ $ ~ fclw ~ (1cfi $ ~ ~ ~I ~ - (Cfi) cmt v:ffin fctFc:r $ Q~UIICAfC!~Q ~ 31~ dT~ ~ ~ ::me "JJ@" §31T ~- (i) f4CAIC1 it ~ ~~ m (ii) f4<HIC1 $ ~ 2ft ~~ ~ fclCRIC1 m~~m~.~ * ~ tJ ~ ~ ~· ~~ ~~ $ Jlc RH-411c. :H ·~ltrr tiL~<nl 3C1 ~ :E!i]- Ot?$45? ~ ·~ Y!q?kltfi CliRUlT ~ m IDU 3,Qc;;;:j c1?f CJT$ 31~Cff ~ ,c,;z;jjffiljj ~ 3i1JII(;;?J $1 ~ ~~ 31~ :qlt fi);qCf)~. ~ fch{J;Q $ m5lT ~ ~ ·~ i~li(~i>i;j ~ .~ ~~ ~ lii8<:Jl 31~ CflltffC<f $ ~ BICAic-4ct: ~ ·~ ~~ ·~ ·~ ·~; 3T~ . -·- __ _,_ ... ---· -- -- --- ___ ,, ____ ,___ - -- ~
  • n [lWT II--~ 3(i)] 5 (i) fuJttii=l ~ fi:r*ii<JIC" ~lftn~ fci~s:QtCCrl m $IG1 ~ ~ ~mfcrc:r ~~I 3fR (ii) f81>H41 ful! Hiffllc.-llCi: q~ ~ #.r a.tl JHchFkl m~ €1C~k11 ~ e;T, ~ ~ fulf)(>l(il m a:ffi:t ~ W ~ cpT rn$Cfi~, ~ eafci ~ ~~ (~ cntf2:iJfl m fltlllcn ¥ aft ~~ ~)~ o)Qc>iHi, tim, cTc=IT, w:Rtl ~~ fuTr ftqr, ~, ~~ (h;uf{anl ~~ ~ ~ sR-1 fcis ~~ Q;)H~Iq:c: ~ <~ rnt k m ~ ~ 3-rrfe:)l m dt=r ~ ~~ m ~ ~I ~ ~ c:nT ~ dit<FJ:Jl m ·3-fit ~ ~ m trefr * ctti{ii#l ~ Q~OIICAfcHIQ ~ Jlllft_(>l~ e;:ffi=r (f8l8Ji ~ CJt St:r fG?; ~~ ~) (1cfi :t~lfcACi ~; 3f~ • {crr) .fctmc:r tlJcli -~ . dfm -~ m ~ ··~ +l ~ +l ~ ~ 1 c:ITc , - ~ m~ Ql!lJi<rl)&~ Rl<RIC"I cm ~ ~ ~ ~ · ~ ~ ~ ~~la=r 3iGj)f(ill ~ ~ fum <Jfm %l~ / c:ITc 11 - ~ m c); Ql!lilii=!t& ~ m ~ fc:rmc:rl ~f!Ch ~ fgJ11$G=I m QCfi(>I~Ch 3ic~fAlCC1 m GRT lJCJC1 fciRIT iTf4T ~~ tR ~ fuK:rr 711 Qa111 ~ L (~) 11 k·lllfll<1 qffifc1~11 CfiT Cil,g~ ~ ~ fcR:fr .... * ~~ ~ fcn8f ~ ~Gm fu:i1:! ~ ~ 3"1c.-~t~ot ~ a•nanCt~ ~ 3t~~ * ~ ~.m $ ~ LR, m "[TU "G=IIfcRCi fcnm CJTliT ~ 3.fR ~ m ~ ~ C1Clcbil 3"lc.-ClliUI ~ t:~ ~ ~~ ~· G=llfJ:ICi l)klliRlCi umfci~ fiiJ"Jic.-l!Cil!l 3fl" cnr mm ~; (CJT) 11 ~ 11 CfiT (ii,Q~ Cll9)l!IC"! ~ 1934 (1934 CliT 22) *%; (t.l)" ft(>flpCfff~;; tOT CiiQ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~.m c); J!T<tfR iR fcnm 3"lc.-~ll!OI dt m ~ Q,UIRlCi qf8"(;l~ cm H~IttCil Q"CJG1 ~- ~. Otf<~ * m r;m fc19)4-Ci ~ crr<:rr ~ ; (s) "fcrcmc:r" CfiT Cii,Qii lRfi di~flc:r *% ~ CII":!<H5(>l eA", ~-~ $ ~ ~ ~ qffiRh<lt3"1T * ~~ ~ ~ QrclTThUI3IT * fltIUC"I COIIRZJCi ~ ~ %; ("if)" m<HIC1 ~cC"II 3"fc:c)li!Ch" CfiT CikQ~ ~ ~ * ~ ~ Chc.-~U fl{lfll{ :IDU, fc:FRfT ~cC"! I m "Ji"am t:re:CTI m uc:c:rr c); 3i c.-CliSJ OJ c); ~, m rJl ~ 11 $ ~ fcnm crr<:rf ~;m ~ ?;R1 ~~ 9 ~. "5Q" ~ (1) 3"f~ ~ 7 c); 3Qfc:l<QCH (2) c); ~ ~ Jlv·~t~al ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ crrm ~;
  • 6 ·IlHE ·oAZETfE OP INI)JA :EXTRAORDINARY (PART !I-SEC. 30)} ((9;")" ~ 13 11 CfiT e!l·k-Q,.~ (07 ~;Ht:g, .1944 ~~ ~ dt ~aflt:r 3"iC1Hiltill c:rTiTR f2ld11<rl<rl ~ ~, :Jfu" ~m~m tR <:r~ :8~~, ~· ~ 3ic:;~~ 13 ~ t (01) 11 ~~~ cm Cik-Qii ;;mer~<:! :fH-f41H rmiD ~ 9 m~ dTf5rr ftrmc:r ~ 31c-~IQUI ~ ~ *; (~)~~ Chi<DO" cm C1k·4~ ·@@ ,;~m:~®t~?J1, if@;t~Utq(rl, U"CG113-IT, ~ m~ f{lllJiCi ~ * RJ1 c1 4> t1 ~ o 11 d"i+<U-~<;J <$Eala.m m ·t:fCc=IT £t t>1 ~ ~ 31~ ~ Ci<:!" ~ 31~ Q"~IIflfcic:tl, c=ttaa~g; ll!ir ~ <liPJc=q cm ~<aRol ~ t ("51)~~~ 3-lf3im ~· ?,PT oktP~ or fa.tiat~, 1944 tliT ~- dt/ ~8:1f«=r / Jiri{{!lS~I<:~ c:rfiJR" ~CJ11iiiii ~ ~, 31R ~-m :tR <:rm ~~~, ~ *~; (c) "Jt~rfci?~rq;~~ cnr Cik-Qii ~ fUCJi!~~--~-~lfJ:l?~ltfi -~ t _ ~. __ _ _ _________ (o) 11 trre=fCP me" cm Cil ,q;Q mfr me ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tliT ~ ~ * z;rafr ~ 3-iR f;1 fl $ q ft o lld"i FcHQ C5)tl ~ill ~ ctR=r ~ &;- llfr<:R ~ ~ ~ err$ ~ ; (s) ~~~ ftQlt.. cm CikQii 4lc-~<:j fl{Chl{ g:m fc1m:r 14 ~ 3"Cf ~ (2) m~ {"11~JifciCh ® err$ wnt (?;) "q:(>ii$C: ~Chi~{ 11 ** CfiT Cilr-4ii fUJtldl dt, ~ m tiC.C1T m3"lc-CJ6{0( p. /.,.,. ;A- flE14(11. "QCJCf ~m 3t~<:r ~ ~mfi«:r ~ llfr ~m rtml~{ ~ ~; (ur) ~~~m" CfiT CikQ.a o7 Rttkl{, 1994 cor ~ eFt ~~ 3ic-(i{ll~<:j C1filR fUtfiiC"til ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 3tc:(1{{1l~4 C1fdR fUCRiiiiG"I fiatoG"I .,j- "· *I ~· (c=f) 11 Efe.m11 CfiT CikQ~ C5)tJ~dj( ~ ~~ ·~ fcra:rrc:r mQij)(>l(rl * ~~ ~ ~ t:ICCiT * ~ f-5lfi:H Qi!I(>JCi *t ~83f T~ st ~m~ ~ ~ ; (~) " ~ ~~~ * <ik4ii <JtafR ~ m~ ® ~ mfWr Cfl~lkla~~
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  • 26 THE GAlETIIIE, <ilF H~IDI~ .: lE~TRAORDINARY :NmtriBICiliD.H1lf.il ·NtN!D,clhi,ithe·§.tbluay.2012 GS.R: 536(E).-Whereas the cl!talillt ,!J.f .AiiJitataft i(llnw.estigation of Accidents and Incidents) Rul~zoiz~ was published, as me{)lililiiredl by section 14 of the Aircraft Act, 1934 (22 of 1934), viue notification of the., ·G@W.:e!PlHille:nt ·of india in the Ministry of Civil Aviation published in the Gazette of Imftm, !Extraordinary, Part Il, Section 3, Sub-section (i), vide number G.S.R. 244(E), dated the 23.-d March, 2012, for inviting objections and 1 suggestions from all persons likely to be affected thereby before the expiry of the period of thirty di:l.ys from the date on which copies of the Gazette of India in which the said notification vvas published, were made available to public; And whereas copies of the said notifica~ion were, made available to the public on the 23rd March, 2012; / And whereas the objections or suggestions received in respect of the dra~t rules within the period specified have been taken into consideration; Now, therefore, ln exercise of the powers conferred by sections 4,7 and 10 of the said Act, the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, naflilely:- 1. Short: title, extent and commencement.- (1) These rules may be called the Aircraft (Investigation of Accidents and Incidents) Rules, 2012. (2) These rules extend to the whole of India and applies also - (a) to citizens of India wherever they may be; (b) to, and to the persons on, aircraft registered in India wherever they may be; (c) to, and to the persons on, aircraft registered outside India but for the time being in or over India; and (d) to an aircraft operated by a person who is not a citizen of India but has his p·rincipal place of business or permanent residence in India. (3) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. 2. Definitions and interpretations. - In these rules, unless there is any thing repugnant in tbe subject: or context - (a) "accident" shall mean an occurrence associated with the operation of an aircraft which, --
  • [l.Wl If-®JS 3(i)] Z7 (i) in the case of a manned aircraft, takes place between the time any person boards the aircraft with the intention of tlight until such time as all such persons have disembarked; or (ii) in the case of an unmanned aircraft, takes place between the time the aircraft is ready to move with the purpose of flight until such time as it comes to rest at the end of the flight and the primary propulsion system is shut down, in whi.ch- .(a) a person is fatally or seriously injured as a result of- (i) being in the aircraft, or (ii) direct contact with any part of the aircraft, including parts which have become detached from the aircraft, or (iii) direct exposure to jet blast, except when the injuries are from natural causes, self-inflicted or inflicted by other per.funs, or when the injuries are to stowaways hiding outside the areas normally available to the passengers and crew; or (b) the aircraft sustains damage or structural failure which- (i) adversely affects the structural strength, performance or flight c-har~cteristics of the aircraft, and (ii) would normally require major repair or replacement of the affected component, except for failure of engine or damage, when the damage is limited to a single engine, (including its cowlings or accessories), to propellers, wing tips, antennas, probe~, vanes, tires, brakes, wheels, fairings, panels, landing gear doors, windscreens, the aircraft skin (such as small dents or puncture holes), or for minor damages to main rotor blades, tail rotor blades, landing gear, and those resulting from hail or bird strike ·(including h.oles in the radome); or (c) the aircraft is missing or is completely inaccessible. Note 1.- For the purposes of this clause, the guidance for the determination , of aircraft damage is at Scheduled B. Note 2.- For the purposes of this clause, only unmanned aircraft which have design OJ operational approval given by a State to be considered. , (b) "accredited representative" means a person designated by a State, on the basis of his or her qualifications, for the purpose of participating in an investigation conducted by another State and where the State has established an accident investigation authority, the designated accredited representative wouiLl nunnally be from that authority; (c) "Act" means the Aircraft Act, 1934 (22 of 1934-);
  • 28 1HB GA:ZBJITE:J}F. INDIA ~ EXTRAORDINARY [PART II-SEc. 3(i)] (d) "adviser" means a ,person C,!ppointetl. by a State, on the basis of his Q_t, her qualifications, for:thelPUiipose,.of;a-sSi-stin~ Us accredited representativ~ in an investigation; (e) "aircraft" means any:machine•that,can derive support in the atmosphere from the reactions of the air,other than the reactions of the air against the surface of the earth; (f) "Ah;craft Accident .investigator" means a person appointed by the Central Government to inv:estiga:te •<JJN acddent or a serious incident or an incident . ejther by Committee of Inquiry under rule 11, or Formal Investigation under rule 12, or authorised by Bureau to conduct preliminary investigation under · sub-rule (1) of rule 9 or sub-rule (2) of rule 7; (g) "Annex 13" means Annex 13 to the Convention relating to International. Civil Aviation signed at Chicago on the 7th day of December, 1944 as amended from time to time; (h) "Bureau" means Airc~;aft Accident Investigation Bureau set up by the Central Government under rule 9; (i).. ~ . "causes" means actions, omissiOns, events, conditions, ·or a combination . thereof, which led to the accident or incident but does not amount to assigning fault or determination of administrative, civil or criminal liability; (j) "Chicago Convention" means Convention relating to International Civil Aviation signed at Chicago on the 7th day of December, 1944 as amended from time to time; (k} "Director-General" means Director General of Civil Aviation; (l) fatal injury" means an injury which is sustained by a person in an accident and which results in his or her death within 30 days of the date ofthe accident; (m) "Final Report" means the report made public by the Central Government under sub-rule (2) of rule 14. [n) "flight recorder" means any t)!pe of recorder installed in the aircraft for the . purpose of assisting accident or incident investigation; (o) "ICAO" means International Civil Aviation Organisation created under the Convention relating to International Civil Aviation signed at Chicago on the 7th day of December, 1944; (p) "incident" means an occuiTence, other than an accident, associated with th~ operation of an aircraft which affects or could affect the safety of operation; (q) "Inquiry Officer" means a person appointed by the Director-General under rule 13 to investigate a serious incident or an incident. (r) "investigation" means a process conducted for the purpose of prevention of accident which includes the gathering and analysis of information, the drawing of conclusion, including fue determination of causes, contributing factors and, when appropriate, the making of safety recommendation; (s) "maximum mass" meansnu:axim:um certificated take-off mass;
  • [WT II-&US 3(i)] 29 (t) "missing aircraft" means when the official search has been terminated and the wreckage of the aircraft has not beeulocaleu; (u) "operator" means a person, organization or enterprise engaged in or offering to engage in operation of an aircraft; (v) "preHminarf report" means the communication used for the prompt dissemination of data obtained during the early stages of the investigation; (w) "safety recommendation" means- (i) a proposal of an accident investigation authority based on information derived from an investigation, made with the intention of preventing accidents or incidents and which in no case has the purpose of creating a presumption of blame or liability for an accident or incident; (ii) recommendations resulting from diverse sources and safety studies, (x) "Schedule" means a Schedule to these rules; (y) "serious incident" meanl> an incident involving circumstances indicating that there was a high probability of an accident and associated with the operation of an aircraft.which,- (i) in the case of a manned aircraft, takes place .between the timG any person boq_rds the aircraft with the intention of flight until such time as all suci1.persons have disembarked, or (ii) in the case of an unmanned aircraft, takes place benveen the time the aircraft is ready to move with the purpose of flight until such time as it comes to rest at the end of the flight and the primary propulsion system is shut down; Note.- The examples ofserious incident are d~ specified in Schedule A. (z) "serious injury" means an injury which is sustained by a person in an accident andwhich- (i} requires· hospitalization for more than 48 hours, commencing within seven days from the date the injury was received; or (ii) results in a fracture of any bone (except simple fractures of fingers, toes or nose); or (iii)involves lacerations which cause severe haemorrhage, nerve, muscle or tendon damage; or (iv) involves injury to any internal organ; or (v) involves second or third degree burns, or any burns affecting more than 5 per cent of the body surface; or (vi) involves verified exposure to infectious substances or injurious radiation; (za) "State of Design" means the State having jurisdiction over the organization responsible for the type tlesign of the aircraft; I ;l_Lf{f Gf//2·-8
  • . lf:HE;GAZIETTR Qfi;JNDlA :; EXTRAORDINARY [PART II-~SEC. 3(i)]30 (zb) "State q(lf · Mannf;u:~t:nre" r·rneans •tibe State having jurisdiction over rthe organisation respousible foi ~he finahassembly of the aircraft; (zc) "State of0c(.:urrence", meansctbe·State in the tenitory of which an accident or incidenitQccl;lrs; (zd) "State :Qf .the ~operator" rmeans tthe .State in which the principal place of business,ofLthe operatoi· is located or, iiftthere is no such place of business, the permail..~nt;residence of the o.perato1;; (ze) "State of!Regi$l)V,J.lililea,Ji}s 1flhe §l:tate ·~lil :.MheiW.e aegister the aircraft is entered. Explana~- ,Jr.z .th.e ,oase of tne rnegistre.lbion of aircraft of an international ()peratin!JI agency .othe.r :tfh{m £H1 a na:ional ibasis, the States· constituting the agency siulJJ/1 jointly Jmd ,ww.erally discharge the obligations which attach to a State of Registry under Annex 13, / 3. Objective of the investigation of accidents and incidents.- (1) The sole objective of the investigation of an accident or incident shall be the prevention of accidents and incidents and not to apportion blame or liability. (2) Any investigation conducted in accordance with the provisi6ns of these rules shall be separate from any judicial or administrative proceedings to apportion blame or liability. 4. Notification. - (1) Where an accident or an incident occurs to an aircraft covered under sub-rule (2) of rule 1, then the pilot-in-command of the aircraft or, if he be killed or incapacitated, the owner, the operator, the hirer or other person on whose behalf he was in command of the aircraft, or any relevant person, as the case may be, shall, as soon as is reasonably practicable but in any case not later than 24 hours after he becomes aware of the accident or the incident:- (a) send notice thereof to the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau and Director-General of Civil Aviation by the quickest means of communication available; and (b) in the case of an accident occurring in India, give information to the District Magistrate and the Officer-in-charge of the· nearest Police Station of the accident and of the piace where it occurred. (2) The notification shall be in plain language and contain as much of the following information as is readily available, namely:- (a) for accidents the identifYing abbreviation ACCID, for incidents IN CID; (b) manufacturer, model, nationality and registration marks, and serial number ofthe aircraft; (c) name of owne1~. operator and hirer, if any, of the aircraft; (d) qualification of the pilot-in-command, and nationality of crew and passengers; (e) date ;;a·Nd lime ,0ftla:e .acdi:rltent or incident; (f) last J:!)Dint of tl~]!)artur:e:tmt!l. Jl!lillh~t©H~tended landing of the. aircraft;
  • [lWT II--~ 3(i)] 31 (g) position of the aircraft with reference to some easily defined geographical point and latitude and longitude; (h) number of crew and passengers; aboard, killed and seriously injured; others, killed and seriously injured; (i) description of the accldent or incident and the extent of damage to the ~aircraft so far as is known; (j) physical characteristics of the accident or incident area, as well as an indication of access difficulties or special requirements to reach the site; and (k) presence and description of dangerous goods on board the aircraft, but notification s-hall not be delayed due to the lack of complete information. (3) Jf the details or, other known relevant information referred in sub-mle [2) are OIT).itted, such information shall also be dispatched as soon as it is possible. (4) The notification as required in sub-rule (2) shall also be submitted to the Bureau by the concerned- (a) aerodrome operator; (b) office-r-in-charge of air trafnc control unit and the watch supervisory officer / of air traffic control;-ctrid (c) regional or the sub-regional officers of the Directorate Gimer-a.l of Civil Aviation. (5} The Bureau under the intimation to the Central Government shall notify the facts of the accident or serious ncident in the Indian territory or in the assigned oceanic alr space beyond the territory of India, containing as muc~J.<lf the information referred to in sub-rule (2) as may be available with a minimum of delay and by the most suitable and quickest means available, to- (a) the State of Registry; (b) the State of Operator; , (c) the State of Design; (d) the State of Manufacture; and (e) ICAO when the aircraft involved is of a maximum mass of over 2,250 kg or •is a.. turbojet-powered aeroplane. (6) The Bureau while notifying information in accordance with sub-rule (5) shall also add the following information, namely- (a) an indication to what extent the investigation will be conducted by the Central Government or is proposed to be delegated by the Central Government to another State; and (b) identific<1tion of the originating authority and means to contact the investigator-in-charge and the accident investigation authority of India at any time.
  • 32 THBiJ3AZETTE Qf1:JNIDIA :~ EXU:RAORDINARY lPARi II-SEC. 3(i)j (7) If the State of Ocattrnmce: is llOt;:Jawau~e of :a serious incident to an lnc!!fln registered aircraft or an aircraft opeua.tea:byi imci.Lan op.eralor, ihe Bureau shaH forw£rd a notification of such an incidenttothe::S.tate-:.0ftDesign, ithe State of Manufacturer and the State of Occurrence. 5. Obligation to invesUgatc. ~ (OJ})llnccas.ecof. accident or an incident to an aircraft in the territory of India not:With~tantiingiitsmt:tgisllra1liY)iij);- (a) the Central GoMeimm~nt :shall ii.nstitute an investigation into the circumstances of 11!ne :acdiElent and :Shall be responsible for conducting the l investigation; (b) the Central Govemme11t shall institute an , investig.ation into the circumstances of the serious incident ,when the aircraft involved is of a maximum mass of :Over 2 250 kg or is a turbo-jet aii·plane; (c) the Director-General shall institute an investigation into the circumstances of all incidents and serious incidents to aircraft not covered by clause (b). r (2) Notwithstanding anything contained in clause (c) of sub-rule (1), where it appears to the Central Government that it is expedient to hold an ~nvestigation into circumstances of any incident or a serious incident covered by clause ( c,;) of sub-rule (1), it may, by qrder, institute an investigation into circumstances of an incident or a serious incident to any aircraft. (3) Classification by the Central Government of an occurrence as accident or serious incident or incident shall he final and binding. (4) Jn case an accident or a serious incident to an Indian registered aircraft occurs at a location not being a territory of any State then the Central Government shall institute an investigation into the circumstances of the accident or serious incident and shall be responsible for conducting the investigation. (5) In case India is the nearest State to the scene of an accident in international waters to.an aircraft not registered in India or not operated by an Indian operator, then the Central Government shall advise the State of Registry to institute an investigation and the Central Government in such a case shall provide assistance to the extent it is able to and shall, likewise, respond to requests by the State of Registry. 6. Participation. - (1) In case the Central Government has instituted an investigation of an accident or a serious incident in accordance with rule 5, then accredited representatives, who are appointed by the following States, namely: ---. (a) the State of Registry; (b) the State of the Operator; (c) the State of Design; and (d) the State of Manufuctun~; shall he permitted to participate in the investigation (2) The States referred to in sub-n.:tle (1) shall also be entitled to appoint one or rnore·ildViSers to assist their accre:rilitteGl.:r~prese:n.tativcs.
  • [ lifT! 11- -191U6 3( i) J 33 (3) The States referred to in sub-rule (1) shal1 have the rights and entitlements in accordance with the standards stipul<tted UI!der Auuex 13. (4) A State which has a special interest in an accident by virtue of fataUties or serious injuries to its citizens shall be entitled to appoint an expert who shall have rights and entitlements in accordance with standards stipulated under Annex 13. (5) The-Central Government on receipt of a notification of an accident or a serious incident to an Indian registered aircraft in the territory of another State, may appoint accredited representative and advisors to participate in the investigation and intimate it to the State of Occurrence. 7. Protection of evidence, custody, remova1 and preservation of damaged aircraft.- (1) In the case of an accident or a seriu us incident, which is required to be notified under rule 4, the aircraft shall not, except by a person under the authority of the Bureau, be removed or otherwise interfered with: . Provided that- (a) the aircraft or any pms or contents thereof may be removed or interfered with so far as may be necessary by persons authorised to conduct search and rescue operations for the purpose of extricating persons or animals dead or alive, or preventing the destruction of the aircraft and its contents by f4re or other caus~~-~JYof preventing any damage or obstruction to the public or to air navigation or to other transport; (b) if the aircraft is wrecked on water, the aircraft or any parts or contents thereof may be removed to such extent as may be necessary for bringing it or them to a place of safety by persons authorised to conduct search and rescue operations; (c) goods may be removed from the aircraft ti~cler the supervision and with the concurrence of an officer of the Bureau or a person authorised by the Bqreau; (d) personal luggage of passengers and crews may be removed from the aircraft under the supervision of a Police Officer, a Magistrate, an Officer of the Bureau or a person authorised by the Bureau; and (e) mails may be removed under t,he supervision of a Police Officer, a Magistrate, an Officer of the Department of Posts and Telegraphs or an Officer of the Bureau or a person authorised by the Bureau. (2) The Bureau may, for the purposes of any investigation including preliminary investigation under these rules, authorise any person or persons to take measures- (a) to protect the evidence and shall include the preservation, by photo·graphic or other means, of any evidence which might be removed, effaced, lost or destr~yed; (b) to maintain safe custody of the aircraft and its contents and shaH include protection against further damage, access by unauthorized persons, pilfering and deterioration; and
  • 34 THE GAZETTE OF 1NDIA : EXTRAORDINARY (PART !I-SEC. 3(i)] (c) for preservation of the aircraft for such a period as may be necessary f71:ethe purposes of an investigation. (3) The person or persons authorised by the Bureau under sub-rule (2) may thereupon have access to examine or otherwise deal with the aircraft. (4) The ovvncr of the aircraft or his nominated representative shall have the right to be present during any examimtion or other action taken under sub-rules (1) and (2): ... . ..Provided that the Bureau shall not be bound to postpone any action which it may consider necessary under this rule by reason of the absence of the owner or his , representative. (5) If a request is received from the State of Registry, the State of. the Operator, the State of Design or the State of Manufacture that the aircraft, its contents, and any other evidence remain undisturbed pending inspection by an accredited representative 9f the requesting State, the Bureau shall take all necessary steps to comply with such request, · so far as this is reasonably practicable and compatible with the proper conduct of the investigation subject to the provisions of sub-rule (1). (6) Subject to the provisions of sub-rules (1), (2) and (3), the B!:!reau shall release custody of the aircraft, its contents or any parts thereof as soon as they are no longer required for investigation, to any person or persons duly designated by the State of Registry or the State of the Operator, as the case may be. (7) For the purpose of sub-rule (6), the Central Government shall facilitate access to the aircraft, its contents or any parts thereof: Provided that, if the aircraft, its contents, or any parts thereof lie in an area within which the Central Government finds it impracticable to grant such access, it shall itself effect removal to a point where access can be given. B. Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau.- (1) For the purposes of carrying out investigation into accidents, serious incidents and incidents referred to in sub-rules (1), (2) and (4) of rule 5, the Central Government shall set up a Bureau in the Ministry of Civil Aviation lmown as the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau of India and appoint such number of officers famili9r with aircraft accident investigation procedures and other persons, as it deems fit from time to time. (2) The Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau shall function under overall supervision and control of Government of India, Ministry of Civil Aviation. (3) The Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau shall discharge the followfng functions, namely:- (a) obtaining preliminary report under rule 9 from any person or persons authorised either under sub-rule (1) of rule 9 or under sub-rule(2) of..rule 7; (b) assisting the Central Government in setting up ,of Committee of Inquiry and formal investi;gaiLion under these rules; (c) to facilitate ttlbre i.rwesti:gai!iiGIDl. and administrative work of the Committees and Courts, whell1ever ::n.e.cessa:ry.
  • (d)_ processing of the reports of Courts and Committees of Inquiry received by the Central Government, which includes- (i) forwarding of the reports to the States for consultation under sub- rule (1) of rule 14; (ii) forwarding the report made public by the Central Government under sub-rule (2) of rule 14 to the States as required under Annex 13; (iii)forwarding the teport made public by the Central Government under sub-rule (2) of rule 14 to lCAO if the mass of the aircraft involved in accident or incident is more than 5,700 kg; (e) follow-up the recommendations made by Courts and Committees of inquiry and to ensure that are implemented by the concerned agencies; (f) to process cases for a resolution by the Central Government of disputes between the Bureau and any agency regarding implementation of a recommendation; (g) to formulate safety recommendation on the basis of safety studies, including induction ofnew technology to enhance safety, conducted from time to time. (h) establish and maintain an accident and incident database to facilitate ·the effective an~!Jsis of information on actual or potential safety deficiencies obtained, including that from its incident reporting systems, and to determine any preventive actions required; 0) ..to pro9ess obligations of the Central Government under Annex 13 to the Convention relating to International Civil Aviation signed at Chicago on the 7th day of December, 1944 as amended from time to time; and .~ 0) any other functions, which the Central Government may ask the Bureau to perform from time to time under these rules. (4) The Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau may, by notification in the Official Gazette, and with the previous approval of the Central Government, make procedures, not inconsistent with the provisions of the Act to carry out the purposes of these rules and the functions referred to in ~ub-rule (3). (5) ln particular, and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, I . such procedures may provide for all or any of the follm.ving matters, namely:- (a) the persons required to notify the accidents and incidents; (b) the notifications of accidents and serious incidents to International Civil Aviation Organisation and the States for participation in the investigation; (c) the investigation of aircraft accident and incidents; (d) the format of preliminary and reports of Committee of Inquiry and Formal Investigation conducted under these rules; (e) the consolidation and follow-up of safety recommendations made by the Committee of Inquiry and Formal Investigation with the agencies required
  • 36 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA·: EXTRAORDINARY [PART 11--SEC. 3(i)J to implement the recommendations and require action taken reports from the$e :1gencies; and r (f) any other matter subsidiary or incidental to aircraft accident and incident investigation. 9. Preliminary .investi~ati.o.n.~ (1) The Bureau may authorise any person including an officer of the Bureau to :G<meluot a ij!llr.eli!mJnary investigation to an accident or incident and to submit a preliminary report to the Bureau in a specified format to assess the classit1cation of the occurrence and the expertise needed for detailed 1 investigation under rules 11 or 12, tf considered expedient by the Central Government. (2) The person authorised to conduct the preliminary investigation shall - (a) have powers under rule 10 of Aircraft Accident Investigator; and (b) have access examine or otherwise deal with the aircraft as provided wnder sub-rule (3) of rule 7. 10. Powers of Aircraft Accident Investigators.- (1) For the purposes of r investigation of accidents and incidents an Aircraft Accident Investigator shall have power- (a) to require the attendance of any person, by summons•uncler his hand, whom he thinks fit to call before him and examine for such purpose and to require answers or returns to any inquiries he thinks fit to make; (b) to require any such person to make and to sign a declaration regarding the true nature of the statements made by him; (c) to require and enforce the production of all books, paper, documents and articles which he may consider necessary for the investigation, and to retain any such books, papers, documents and articles until completion of the investigation; (d) to 11ave access to and examine any aircraft and its components involved in the accident or incident, the place where the accident or incident occurred or any other place, the entry upon and examination of which appears to the Investigator necessary for the purpose of the investigation. 11. Committee of Inquiry. - (i) The Centrai Government may, at its discretion. appoint a Committee of Inquiry composed of two or more persons to hold an inquiry into an aircraft accident or a serious incident and such a Committee shall have the same powers as an Aircraft Accident Investigator under rule 10. (2) The Inquiry shall be held in private. (3) Th~ Central Government may notify in such manner as it may think fit that an inquiry is being held and :every such notice shall state that any person who may desire to make representations concerning the circumstances or causes ofthe accident may do so in writing within the tinll·e specified in the notice. (4) When a person other than an officer of Government is appointed as a member of the Committee of Inquiry 1ile may be granted such fee and expenses as may be determined by the Central Gl»Wte:rnment.
  • [~ II---~ 3(i)] 37 (5) Every persQp summoned by the Committee of Inquiry as a witness in accordance with these rules shall be allowed such expenses as the Central Government may from tinw to_time determine. (6) The Committee of Inquiry shall make a report to the Central Government in the format specified by the Bureau based on relevant standards of Annex 13. 12. Formal Investigation.- Where it appears to the Central Government that it is expedient to hold a formal investigation of an accident, it may, whether or not an inquiry has been made under rule 11, by order, direct a formal investigation to be held and with respect to any such formal investigation the following provisions shall apply, namely:- (1) The Central Government shall appoint a competent person (hereinafter referred to as "the Court"), to hold the investigation, and may appoint one or more persons I possessing legal, aeronautical, engineering, or other special knowledge to act as assessors. It may also direct that the Court and the assessors shall receive such ren.luneration as it may determine. (2) On the appointment of the Court, all other investigations ordered under these rules shall be treated_ as closed and all relevant material on the subject shall be transferred to the Court. (3) The Court shall hol4 the investigation in open court in such manner and under such conditions as the Co-ui;t may think fit for ascertaining the causes and circumstances of the accident and for enabling it to make the report hereinafter mentioned: Provided that where the Court is of opinion that holding the investigation is likely- (a) to be prejudicial to the interests of any country; or (b) to jeopardise the personal safety of a per~on who is willi.ng to make any statement or give evidence, the Court may, hold in camera, the whole or part of the investigation. (4) The Court shall have, for the purpose of the investigation, all the powers of a Civil Court under the Code of- Civil Procedure, 1908 (5 of 1908) and without prejudice to these powers the Court may:- (a) enter and inspect, or authorise any person to enter and inspect, any place or building, the entry or inspection whereof appears to the Court requisite for the purposes of the investigation; and (b) enfoJ·ce the attendance of witnesses and compel the production of documents and material objects; and every person required by the Court to furnish any information shall be deemed to be legally bound to do so within the meaning of section 176 of the Indian Penal Code (45 of 1?60). (5) The assessors shall have the same powers of entry and inspection as the Court. . (6) Every person attending as a witness before the Court shall be allowed such expenses as the Court may consider reasonable:
  • 38 THE GAZEliTE OF:INDIJ.: tEXri:RAORDINARY [PART Il-:,--SEc. 3(i)] Provided that, in the case of~the :nw.ner .nr lliire.r •0f any aircraft concerned in.Jhe accident and of any person in htscetl)plo0nnelltiUrlC:1L<l1ny other person concerned ih the accident, any such expenses maylberdi;sallu.wedirfitheiGoort, in its discretion, so directs. (7) The Court shall make a r~or.t:t®t1lh.e«Jml!1mail (G!Jlvernment in the format specified !1Y the Bureau based on relevant £.tandariJllS.::GifAIDl!lleK 113. · (8) The assessors shall either sign the 1n~:o;nt;, witb or without reservations, or state in writing their dissent therefrom a!lilil!l ttllaeir reasons for such dissent, and such reservations or dissent and reasorJ$, [f any, sb.aH be forwarded to the Central 1 Government with the report. 13. Investigation of incident.- (1) The Director-General may order an investigation of any incident or a serious incident involving an ai;craft covered under clause (c) sub- rule {l)of rule 5, and may appoint a competent and qualified person as Inquiry Officer for the purpose of carrying out the .investigation. / (2) In case the Central Government decides to investigatethe incident orserious incident under sub-rule (2) of rule 5, the investigation ordered by Director-General under sub-rule (1) shall be closed and all relevant material shall be transferred to the Court or the Committee appointed by the Central Government for its idvestigation. (3} The investigation referred to in sub-rule (1) be held in private. (4) The Inquiry Officer shall have the same powers as an Aircraft Accident Investigator under rule 10. (5) The Inquiry Officer shall make a report to the Director-Ge.o.eral in the format specified by the Bureau based on relevant standards of Annex 13. (6) The Director-General shall forward the report of the Inquiry Officer to the CentTal Government with such comments as the Director-General may think fit to make and the Central Government may, at its discretion, make the whole or part of any such report public in such a manner as it may consider fit. 14. Consultation and linal Report.- (1) The Bureau shall forward a copy each of the report received from either the .Court under sub-rule (7) of rule 12 or Committee of Inquiry under sub-rule (6) of rule 11 to - (a) the State of registry, (b) the State of operator, (c) the State of design, (d) the State of manufacturer, and (e) the State that participated in the investigation in accordance with sub-rule (4) of rule 6, inviting their significant and substantiated comments on the report within sixty days of ·its issuarice. (2) The Central Government may ·eitl:!er .amend the report by inclusion of the substance of the comments received wliilihin :six!l:y days of the issuance of the report or by appending the cornrnents thereto if so lllesilinercil. iby me State and may cause any such Pinal
  • [IWT II-~ 3(i)] 39 Report and reservation or dissent and reasons, if any, to be made public, wholly or in parr, in such manner as it thinks fit. (3) The Final Report made public by the Central Government shall be forwarded the States entitled to receive such report under Annex 13. The report shall also be forvvarded to !CAO, if the mass of the aircraft involved in the accident or incident is more than 5,700 kg. 15. Reopening oflnvestigation.- Where it appears to the Central Government that any new and material evidence has become available after completion of the investigation under rule 11 or rule 12, as the case may be, it may, by order, direct the reopening of the same. 16. Obstruction of proceedings. - (1) No person shall obstruct or impede the Court, Assessors or members of the Committee of Inquiry or any other person acting in tile exercise of any powers or duties under these rules. (2) No person shall without r~asonable excuse fail to comply with any summons or requisition of a Court or a Committee of Inquiry or an Aircraft Accident Investigator or any other person holding an investigation or an inquiry under these rules . . Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, when a question arises as to whether a person has a reasonable excuse, the burden of proving that he has a reasonable excuse is upon him. (3) Any person, who obstructs or impedes the proceedings, shall be punishable in accordance with the provisions of sub-section (2) of section 10 of the Act. 17. Non-Discloser of Reconts.- (1) The following records shall not be disclosed for purposes other than the investigation of the aetident except when the Central Government determines that their disclosure outweighs the adverse domestic and international impact such action may have on that investigation or any future investigations: (a) all statements taken from persons by the investigation authorities in the course of their investigation; (b) all communications between persons having been involved in the operation of the aircraft; (c) medical or private information regarding persons involved in the accident m·~incident; (d) cockpit voice recordings and transcripts from such recordings; (e) recordings and transcriptions of recordings fTom air traffic control units; (f) cockpit airborne image recordings and any part or transcripts ftom such recordings; and (g) opinion expressed in the analysis of lnforrnatlon, including flight recorder information.
  • 40 THE GAZETTECOF11NDIA:: !EXTRAORDINARY (PART Il--SEC. 3(i)] (2) A record referred to in sub-n:llle Cl1d) :.Shall!llxe included in a Final Report .9r its appendices, or iu any ui.her report ori!:Y·,wi:umiitiism~:evant to the analysis of the aJcident or incident and parts of the records .notn;el:Bv:ant.tuu Dhe analysis shall not be included in the Final Report. (3) The Final Report shall not dffidlos.e ltihe rbmroes of the persons involved in the acCident or incident. · ··18. Mandatory incident reportling :system.- (1) The Aircraft Accident 1 Investigation Bureau shall establish a m.aill1da:tOJiiY incident reporting system to facilitate collection of information on actual or potentia1 safety deficiencies. l (2) The mandatory incident reporting system shall require the relevant persons, service providers and stakeholders to noti(y all ac<;idents and incidents by most suitable and quickest means to the Bureau and the Director-General but in any case noylater than 24 hours. (3) The Director-General shall immediately notify the Bureau about the accidents and incidents containing information as specified in sub-rule (2) of rule 4. (4) The relevant persons, servi.ce providers and stakeholders s~ecified in sub-rule (2) shall include- (a) the operator and the commander of an aircraft which has a certificate of airworthiness issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation; (b) the operator and the commander of a foreign aircraft operating to, from or through India; (c) a person who carries on the business of maintaining or modifying an aircraft, which has a certificate of airworthiness issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, and a person who carries on the business of maintaining or modifying any equipment or part of such an aircraft; (d) a person who carries on the business of manufacturing an aircraft or any equipment or part of such an aircraft, in India; (e) a person who signs a certificate of release to service for an aircraft, which has a certificate of airworthiness issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, and a person vvho signs a certificate of release to service for any equipment or part of such an aircraft; " (f} a licensee or manager of a licensed aerodrome or a manager of an airport; (g) a person who performs a function as an air traffic controller; (h) the organisation which provides Air Navigation Services; (i) a person who performs a function concerning the installation. modi:fication, maintenance, repair, overhaul, flight-checking or inspection of air navigation facilities which are utilized by a person who provides an air traffic control service; and
  • [ lWT li-(§ft!S 3(i)] 41 (i) a person who performs a function concerning the ground-handling of aircraft, including fuelling, servicing, load-sheet preparation, loading, de- icing and towing at an airport. 19. Voluntary incident reporting system. - (1) The Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau shall estabiish a volunlary incidenL reporting system to facilitate collection of information on actual or potential safety deficiencies that may not be captured by the mandatory incidertt reporting system established under rule 18. (2) The voluntary incident reporting system established under sub-rule (1) shall be non-punitive and afford protection to the sources of the information and if considered expedient by the Central Government, the information may be collected through any other agency. 20, Maintenance of an accident and incident database.- (1) The Aircraft Accident Investigation· Bureau shall establish and maintain an accident and incident d~~tabase to facilitate the effective~analysis of information on actual or potential safety det!ciencies obtained and shall from its incident reporting system determine any preventive actions if r~quired. 21. Saving.- Nothing in these rules shall limit or otherwise affect the powerofthe Central Government ::~~~Yegard to the cancellation, suspension or endorsement of any licence or certificate issued under the Aircraft_Rules, 1937. 22. Penalties.- Any person who contravenes, or fails to comply with, any of these rules, or the regulations made under sub-rule (4) and (5) of rule 9, or sub-rules (1) and (2) of rule 15 shall be punishable in accordance with the provisions of the sub-section (2) of section 10 of the Act. Schedule A [See rule 2 (y)] SERIOUS INCIDENTS 1. Serious incident means an incident involving circumstances indicating that there was a hi!!h nrobabilitv of an accident and associated with the ooeration of an aircraft which . ..., l " ... . in the case of a manned aircraft, takes place between the time any person boards the aircraft with the intention of flight until such time as all such persons have disembarked, or in the case of an unmanned aircraft, takes place between the time the aircraft is ready to move with th.e purpose of flight until such time as it comes to rest at the end· of the flight and the primary propulsion system is shut down. 2. The incidents listed are typical examples of incidents that are likely to be serious incidents. The list is not exhaustive and only serves as guidance to the def).nition of serious incident. (a) Near collisions requiring an avoidance manoeuvre to avoid a collision or an unsafe situation or when an avoidance action would have been appropriate. (b) · Controlled flight into terrain only marginally avoided.
  • 42 THE:;;0AZETTE. 0~-lNDIA ·:· EXTRAORDINARY (PART Il-SEC. 3(i)] (c) Aborted take-offs (_m.,a·:clos~d or epg:<;1g~d runway, on a taxiway (Excluding authorized operations by-bglicppt;ers}ol)tinassigned runway. 1"" (d) Take-offs from a clQs~d ..or ·t~Qgag~d: r1:1nway, from a taxiway (Excluding authorized operations by lH:.~H09P.t~r$).::ormwssigned runway. (e) Landings or attemp:t~<Handings-·.Q;n,act{tos~d· or engaged runway, on a taxiway or unassigned runwfty, (f) Gross failures to achie~e 1p~di-qwdrP~lffolmance during take-off or initial climb. (g) · Fires and smoke in the pass.e.l)gl:lf lf.tQIDpartment, in cargo compartments or l engine fires, even itho,qgh ,sudll fires were extinguished by the use of extinguishing agents. (h) Events requiring the emergeooyt~<re !Ofox_Y,gen byllJ.he flight crew. (i) Aircraft structural failures or engine dismtegrations,_ inciuciiul;; uHcontpined turbine engine failures, not classifi(.."!i as an accident. Multiple malfunctions of one or nwre aireraft .systems seriously affecting the r operation of the aircraft. (k) Flight crew incapacitation in flight (I) • Fuel quantity requiring the declaration of an emergency by the pilot. (m) Runway incursions classified with severity A. The Manual on the Prevention of Runway Incursions (Doe 9870) contains information on the severity classifications. (n) Take-off or landing incidents. Incidents such as under-shooting, overrunning or running off the side of runways. (o) System failures, weather phenomena, operations outside the approved flight envelope or other occurrences which could have caused difficulties controlling the aircraft. (p) Failures of more than one system in a redundancy system mandatory for flight .guidance and navigation. ScheduleB [See rule 2 (a)] GUIDANCE FOR DETERMINATION OF AIRCRAFT DAMAGE 1. If an engine separates from an aircraft, the event is categorized as an accident· even ifdamage is confined to the engine. 2. A loss of engine cowls (fan or core) or reverser components which does not result in further damage t.o the aircraft is not considered an accident. 3. Occurrences where compressor or turbine blades or other engine internal components are ejedeJ l.ihtougl1 :the engine tail pipe are nol considered an accide.nt.
  • [lWTlJ--~ 3(i)] 43 ---- 4. ·A collapsed or missing radome is not considered an accident unless there is · related substantial damage in other structures or systems. 5. Missing flap, slat and other lift augmenting devices, winglets, etc., that are permitted for dispatch under the configuration deviation list (CDL) are not considered to be an accident. 6. Retraction of a landing gear leg, or wheels-up landing, resulting in skin abrasion only. If the aircraft can be safely dispatched after minor repairs, or patching, and subsequently undergoes more extensive work to effect a permanent repair, then the occurrence would not be classified as an accident. 7. If the structural damage is such that the aircraft depressurizes, or cannot be pressurized, the occurrence is categorized as an accident. 8. The removal of components for inspection following an occurrence, such as the precautionary removal of an undercarriage leg following a low-speed runway excursion, while involving considerable work, is not considered an accident· unless significant damage ir found. 9. Occurrences that involve an emergency evacuation are not counted as an accident unless someone receives serious injuries or the aircraft has otherwise sustained significant damage. Note 1.- Regarding air;craft damage which adversely affects the structural strength, pelformanc~ or flight characteristics, the aircraft may have landed safely, but canrwt be safely dispatched on a further sector without repair. Note 2.- If the aircraft can be safely dispat·ched after minor repairs and subsequently undergoes more extensive work to effect a permanent repai0 then the occurrence would not be classified as an accident. UkewiseJ if the aircraft can . . be dispatched under the CDL with the dff~ted component removed, missing or inoperative, the repair would not be considered as a major repair and consequently the occurrence would not be considered an accident Note 3.- The cost of repairs, or est:imated loss, such as provided by insitrance companiesmay provide an indication of the damage sustained but should not be used as the sole guide as to whetl1er the damage is sufficient to count tl1e occurrence as an accident. Likewise, an aircraft may be considered a 17Ull ioss" because it is uneconomic to repair, without it having incurred sufficient damage to be classified as an accident [F. No.AV-11 012/01/2011-DG} G.ASOK KUMAR, Jt. Secy; ·-·-·- ··-··--·· -·-··----- -----~·----·-· ··- ··-··--·-· ------·------------·--· ·- -------···--·-· ··-··· ·-- --~ ·--;;;:~;~d-b; tl1~ ~,t;;Jager. Gowrnment of india Pr~ss, R!ng Road, IV!ayapuri, New Oilhi" ll 0064 and Pu!1Jished by the ControllcJ of Publication~. Dclhi-110054