New concept in aviation

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New concept in aviation

  1. 1. NEW CONCEPT INAVIATION<br />S P SINGH<br />
  2. 2. Aviation is changing day by day.<br />How it is affecting us ?<br />NEW CONCEPT IN AVIATION<br />
  3. 3. CAR 145<br />CAR 21<br />CAR M<br />RULE 61<br />CAR 66<br />CAR 147<br />CHANGE IN REGULATION<br />
  4. 4. TRTO – Type Rating Training organisation <br /> SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM<br />English for Aviation Language <br />Human Factor<br />Internal Audit<br />
  5. 5. Replaced CAR Sec-2 Series E Cat “C”<br />Concept of Post Holder <br />Quality Control Manager ~ Quality Manager<br />Maintenance Manager<br />Quality Control manual ~ MOE<br />Concept of Departmental manual<br />Effect of CAR 145<br />
  6. 6. Based on EASA 21<br />prescribes procedural requirements for issue of type certificates and changes to these certificates,<br /> issue of certificate of airworthiness, <br /> issue of noise certificate <br />issue of export airworthiness certificate. <br />CAR 21<br />
  7. 7. matters related to design, manufacture <br />all other issues related to airworthiness including continued airworthiness, repairs, etc. <br /> requirements for approval of design and production organisations as per the provisions of Rule 133B.<br />CAR 21<br />
  8. 8. Concept of Airworthiness Management<br />Maintenance of light and Non-CAT aircraft<br />CAMO – Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation<br />CAME – Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition<br />CAR M<br />
  9. 9. ARC - Airworthiness Review Certificate<br />ARS - Airworthiness Review Staff<br />CAM - Continuing Airworthiness Manager<br />CAR M<br />
  10. 10. Rule 61<br />
  11. 11. CAR 66 eliminates the system of obtaining Airframe and Engine Licences & Electrical, Instrument and Radio System Licences separately.<br />provides for qualifying under the existing system of obtaining the licence till December 2012.<br />has a provision to convert the existing AME licence to CAR 66 licence with or without limitation<br />CAR 66<br />
  12. 12. CAR Sec 1 Series C Part 1dated 20.7.2010<br />Applicability- AMO, AOP Holder<br />Compliance – In phased manner<br />Accountable Executive<br />Safety Manager<br />Gap analysis<br />SMSM- safety procedure<br />Safety data management<br />SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM<br />
  13. 13. CAR SECTION 7 – SERIES ‘G’ PART III 22 March 2010<br />Pilot have the ability to speak and understand the English language used for radiotelephony communications <br />Applicability – PPL/CPL/ATPL/FE/FN<br />English language Training – DGCA approval required<br /> English for Aviation Language <br />
  14. 14. Type Rating Training Organization (TRTO) <br />SECTION 7 – SERIES ‘D’ PART III Dated 14th September 2009 <br />to facilitate crew with appropriate aircraft ratings endorsed on their licenses <br />Chief of Training (CT) –responsible for DGCA<br />Type Rating Training Organization<br />
  15. 15. Aviation Maintenance Training<br />Under consideration<br />To harmonies with CAR 66<br />CAR 147<br />
  16. 16. Thanks for visit.<br /> Please comments on<br /> spsinghame@gmail.com<br />Thanks<br />

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