Airworthiness Review Certificate

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Airworthiness Review Certificate

  1. 1. S P SINGH<br />TRAINING DEPT ORIENT FLIGHTS <br />AIRWORTHINESS REVIEWCERTIFICATE<br />
  2. 2. AIRWORTHINESSREVIEWCERTIFICATE<br />1. ARC is issued upon satisfactory completion of 1. airworthiness review 2. physical inspection of aircraft and<br /> 3. Fees <br />2. An airworthiness review certificate is issued on CA Form 15a or 15b)<br />3. Form 15 a – is issued by DGCA<br />4. Form 15 b – is issued by CAMO<br />
  3. 3. ARC- to be carried out on board<br />Ref. CAR Sec 2 Series X Part VII Rev. 5 dated 12.01.2011 <br />ARC is one of the document to be carried out on board<br />
  4. 4. CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS<br />Rule 50A stipulates the conditions necessary for a C of A to remaining in force i.e. to keep the aircraft in a state of continued airworthiness. This is ensured by issuing c of a to an aircraft and subjecting the aircraft to annual ARC.<br />
  5. 5. Abbreviation<br />CE - Aircraft in a controlled environment<br />CAT - commercial air transport<br />Non-CAT – aircraft not used in commercial air transport<br />Com Non-CAT – Non-CAT aircraft required to be maintained as commercial aircraft<br />CA – Competent Authority ( DGCA)<br />ARC – Certificate Airworthiness review <br />CAMO - continuing airworthiness management org.<br />
  6. 6. Aircraft in a controlled environment<br />An aircraft in a controlled environment is an aircraft (i) continuously managed during the previous 12 months by a unique CAMO approved in Subpart G, of and (ii) which has been maintained for the previous 12 months by Subpart F or with CAR 145<br />
  7. 7. CAT-Above 2730Kg-CE<br /> Aircraft used in CAT, and above 2 730 kg, that are in a controlled environment, the CAMO may,<br />1. Issue an ARC <br />2. For the ARC it has issued, when the aircraft has remained within a controlled environment, extend twice the validity of the ARC for a period of one year each time;<br />
  8. 8. CAT-Above 2730Kg- CE<br />CAT, above 2 730 kg, controlled environment, CAMO may, <br /> 1. Issue an ARC, and;<br /> 2. For the ARC it has issued, >extend twice the validity of the ARC for a period of one year each time;(subjected to aircraft will remain in controlled environment)<br />
  9. 9. CAT-Above 2730Kg- not in Cont. environment<br />aircraft used in CAT and above 2730 kg , are not in a cont. environment, or (ii) which continuing airworthiness is managed by a CAMO that does not hold the privilege to carry out airworthiness reviews, ARC shall be issued by DGCA upon satisfactory assessment based on a recommendation made by a CAMO sent together with the application from the owner . This recommendation shall be based on an airworthiness review carried .<br />
  10. 10. CAT-Above 2730Kg- not in Cont. envt<br /> Aircraft used in CAT, above 2730 kg, not in a contr. Environment, >or which cont.awrs managed by CAMO without ARC privilege. <br /> ARC shall be issued by DGCA >upon satisfactory assessment based on a recommendation made by a CAMO- G >sent together with the application from the owner or operator.<br />
  11. 11. Non-CAT-below 2730 Kg<br />aircraft not used in commercial air transport of 2730 kg and below, CAMO approved in Subpart G and appointed by the owner or operator may, <br />1. Issue the ARC in accordance with point M.A.710, a<br />2. For ARC it has issued, when the aircraft has remained within a controlled environment under its management, extend twice the validity of the airworthiness review certificate for a period of one year each<br />
  12. 12. Non-CAT-below 2730 Kg<br />Aircraft non- CAT of 2730 kg and below, CAMO may, <br /> 1. Issue the ARC , and;<br /> 2. For ARC it has issued, >when the aircraft has remained within a controlled environment under its management, >extend twice the validity of the ARC for a period of one year each<br />
  13. 13. Non-commercial aircraft<br />aircraft not used in CAT and not affected by point M.A.201(i), the ARC may also be issued by DGCA upon satisfactory assessment, based on a recommendation made by certifying staff approved by DGCA and complying with AME requirements as well as M.A.707(a)2(a), (3 yr exper) sent together with the application from the owner. This recommendation shall be based on an airworthiness review carried out as per M.A.710 and shall not be issued for more than two consecutive years.<br />
  14. 14. A/C in CE<br />Aircraft that are in a controlled environment, >CAMO, may extend twice for a period of one year each time the validity of an ARC >that has been issued by DGCA or by another CAMO<br />
  15. 15. Light A/c-Non-CAT- Noncom-Non-CAT<br />Light Aircraft, Non-CAT and not affected by commercial Non-CAT, >ARC may be issued by DGCA upon satisfactory assessment, >based on a recommendation made by DGCA approved certifying staff , >Certifying Staff with M.A.707(a)2(a) requirement. >sent together with the application from the owner >Recommendation shall be based on an airworthiness review. >shall not be issued for more than two consecutive years.<br />
  16. 16. Potential safety threat aircraft <br /> Whenever circumstances reveal the existence of a potential safety threat DGCA shall carry out the airworthiness review and issue the ARC itself.<br />
  17. 17. ARC – By DGCA<br />DGCA may also carry out the airworthiness review and issue the ARC itself in the following cases:<br />1. for aircraft not involved in CAT when the aircraft is managed by a CAMO approved in Subpart G located out-side India.<br />2. for all balloons and any other aircraft of 2730 kg and below, if it is requested by the owner<br />
  18. 18. ARC- DGCA- Operator responsibilities<br />When DGCA carries out the airworthiness review and/or issues the ARC itself, the owner shall provide DGCA with:<br />1. documentation required by DGCA. <br />2. accommodation for its personnel; and<br />3. when necessary, the support of AME or equivalent personnel <br />
  19. 19. ARC - invalid<br />An ARC becomes invalid if:<br />1. Suspended or revoked; <br />2. The airworthiness certificate is suspended or revoked;<br />3. The aircraft is not on the aircraft register of DGCA; <br />4. The TC under which the airworthiness certificate was issued is suspended or revoked.<br />
  20. 20. MA 201(i)<br />When an operator is required by DGCA to hold a certificate for commercial operations, other than for commercial air transport, it shall:<br />1. be appropriately approved, pursuant to M.A. Subpart G, for the management of the continuing airworthiness of the aircraft it operates or contract such an organisation; and<br />2. be appropriately approved in accordance with M.A. Subpart F or CAR-145, or contract such organisations; <br />
  21. 21. M.A.710 Airworthiness review<br />To satisfy the requirement for an M.A.902 airworthiness review of an aircraft, a full documented review of the aircraft records shall be carried out by the approved continuing airworthiness management organisation in order to be satisfied that:<br />
  22. 22. Airworthinessreview<br />1. airframe, engine and propeller flying hours and associated flight cycles have been properly recorded<br />2. the flight manual is applicable to the aircraft configuration and reflects the latest revision status<br />3. all the maintenance due on the aircraft according to the approved maintenance programme has been carried out<br />4. all known defects have been corrected or, when applicable, carried forward in a controlled manner,<br />
  23. 23. Airworthinessreview<br />5. all applicable airworthiness directives have been applied and properly registered<br />6. all modifications and repairs applied to the aircraft have been registered and are approved according to CAR 21 or equipment<br />7. all service life limited components installed on the aircraft are properly identified, registered and have not exceeded their approved service life limit.<br />
  24. 24. Airworthinessreview<br />8. all maintenance has been released in accordance with this Part of CAR , and;<br />9. the current mass and balance statement reflects the configuration of the aircraft and is valid, and;<br />10. the aircraft complies with the latest revision of its type design approved/ accepted by the DGCA.<br />
  25. 25. spsinghame@gmail.com<br />

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