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The Air Navigation Order 2016

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. PART 1 Interpretation and categorisation

    1. CHAPTER 1 Interpretative matter

      1. 2.Interpretation

      2. 3.Meaning of “in flight”

      3. 4.Meaning of “operator”

      4. 5.Meaning of “aerodrome traffic zone”

      5. 6.Meaning of “public transport”

      6. 7.Meaning of “commercial operation”

    2. CHAPTER 2 Categorisation as public transport or commercial operation

      1. 8.Application of Chapter

      2. 9.Public transport – special rule for associations of persons

      3. 10.Public transport – special rule for groups of companies

      4. 11.Public transport and commercial operations – exceptions – flying displays

      5. 12.Public transport and commercial operations – exceptions – charity flights

      6. 13.Public transport and commercial operations – exceptions – cost sharing

      7. 14.Public transport and commercial operations – exceptions – parachuting

      8. 15.Public transport – exceptions – introductory flights

      9. 16.Public transport and commercial operations – exceptions – glider towing

  4. PART 2 Application of the Order

    1. 17.Extra-territorial effect of the Order

    2. 18.Aircraft in transit over certain United Kingdom territorial waters

    3. 19.Application of the Order to British-controlled aircraft registered elsewhere than in the United Kingdom

    4. 20.Application of the Order to the Crown

    5. 21.Application of the Order to visiting forces

    6. 22.Application of the Order to military aircraft

    7. 23.Exceptions from application of provisions of the Order for certain classes of aircraft

  5. PART 3 Registration and marking

    1. 24.Aircraft to be registered

    2. 25.CAA to register aircraft in the United Kingdom

    3. 26.Who may register aircraft in the United Kingdom

    4. 27.Application for registration

    5. 28.Changes to the register

    6. 29.Aircraft which are entered in the Register of Aircraft Mortgages

    7. 30.Aircraft subject to an international interest

    8. 31.General provisions concerning registration

    9. 32.Nationality and registration marks

  6. PART 4 Airworthiness of Aircraft

    1. CHAPTER 1 Airworthiness – general

      1. 33.Certificate of airworthiness to be in force

      2. 34.Issue of airworthiness directives for EASA aircraft

      3. 35.Requirement for a certificate of release to service for EASA aircraft

      4. 36.Licensing of maintenance engineers

    2. CHAPTER 2 Initial airworthiness – non-EASA aircraft

      1. 37.Certificate of airworthiness for State aircraft registered in the United Kingdom

      2. 38.Issue and renewal of national certificates of airworthiness

      3. 39.National certificate of airworthiness ceasing to be in force and issue of airworthiness directives for non-EASA aircraft

      4. 40.Issue of national permits to fly

      5. 41.National permits to fly ceasing to be in force and issue of airworthiness directives for permit aircraft

      6. 42.Limitations of national permits to fly

      7. 43.Aircraft weight schedule

    3. CHAPTER 3 Continuing airworthiness for non-EASA aircraft

      1. 44.Requirement for a certificate of release to service for non-EASA aircraft

      2. 45.Circumstances where a certificate of release to service is not required

      3. 46.Certificate of release to service issued by pilot owner

      4. 47.Contents of a certificate of release to service

      5. 48.Who may issue a certificate of release to service

      6. 49.Requirement for and validity of a national airworthiness review certificate

      7. 50.Validity of the national airworthiness review certificate

      8. 51.Other circumstances in which an aircraft must not fly

      9. 52.Initial issue of national airworthiness review certificate

      10. 53.Subsequent issue of national airworthiness review certificate

      11. 54.Aircraft maintenance programme

      12. 55.Commercial air transport aircraft, public transport aircraft and non-military State aircraft

      13. 56.Extension of a national airworthiness review certificate of an aircraft in a controlled environment

      14. 57.Extension of a national airworthiness review certificate of certain aircraft which are not in a controlled environment

      15. 58.Extension of a national airworthiness review certificate of other aircraft which are not in a controlled environment

      16. 59.Conduct of an airworthiness review

      17. 60.Conduct of an annual review

      18. 61.Approval of continuing airworthiness management organisation

      19. 62.Approval of aeroplane and rotorcraft maintenance organisation

      20. 63.General provisions concerning airworthiness reviews

  7. PART 5 Operations

    1. CHAPTER 1 Interpretation and application

      1. 64.Meaning of “non-EASA aircraft” in this Part

      2. 65.Application of Chapters 2 and 7

    2. CHAPTER 2 Operational rules for non-EASA aircraft

      1. SECTION 1

        Crew required to be carried

        1. 66.Flight crew required by aircraft registered elsewhere than in the United Kingdom

        2. 67.Flight crew required by aircraft registered in the United Kingdom

      2. SECTION 2

        Duties of Pilot in Command

        1. 68.Responsibilities and authority of pilot in command

        2. 69.Obligations of pilot in command

        3. 70.Pilot to remain at controls and be secured in seat

        4. 71.Passengers to be seated and properly secured

        5. 72.Survival equipment

        6. 73.Passenger briefings

        7. 74.Demonstration and use of oxygen

      3. SECTION 3

        Take-off and landing conditions

        1. 75.Take-off and landing conditions

        2. 76.Aerodrome operating minima

      4. SECTION 4

        Equipment of aircraft

        1. 77.Equipment of aircraft

        2. 78.Minimum equipment requirements

      5. SECTION 5

        Operation of radio and navigation equipment

        1. 79.Operation of radio in aircraft

        2. 80.Operation of, and training in operation of, airborne collision avoidance system

        3. 81.Minimum navigation performance

        4. 82.Height keeping performance – aircraft registered in the United Kingdom

        5. 83.Height keeping performance – aircraft registered elsewhere than in the United Kingdom

        6. 84.Area navigation and required navigation performance capabilities – aircraft registered in the United Kingdom

        7. 85.Area navigation and required navigation performance capabilities – aircraft registered elsewhere than in the United Kingdom

    3. CHAPTER 3 Specialised activities

      1. 86.Flying displays

      2. 87.Towing of gliders

      3. 88.Towing, picking up and raising of persons and articles

      4. 89.Dropping of articles and animals

      5. 90.Dropping of persons and grant of parachuting permissions

      6. 91.Dropping articles for purposes of agriculture etc. and grant of aerial application certificates

    4. CHAPTER 4 Other aerial activities

      1. 92.Mooring, tethering, towing, use of cables, etc.

      2. 93.Release of small balloons

      3. 94.Small unmanned aircraft

      4. 95.Small unmanned surveillance aircraft

      5. 96.Rockets

    5. CHAPTER 5 Dangerous goods

      1. 97.Carriage of dangerous goods

      2. 98.Carriage of weapons and of munitions of war – requirement for permission and for pilot in command to be informed

      3. 99.Prohibition on carrying on board sporting weapons or munitions of war

      4. 100.Exceptions concerning carriage of weapons and munitions of war

    6. CHAPTER 6 Air operator certificates

      1. 101.Requirement for and grant of national air operator’s certificate

      2. 102.Requirement for an EU-OPS air operator certificate

      3. 103.Requirement for a Part-CAT air operator certificate

      4. 104.Offering commercial transport and public transport flights

    7. CHAPTER 7 Additional requirements for public transport operations

      1. SECTION 1

        Duties of the pilot in command

        1. 105.Public transport of passengers – pilot in command to ensure demonstration of lifejackets

        2. 106.Public transport of passengers – pilot in command to ensure crew, passengers and baggage secure

        3. 107.Public transport of passengers – pilot in command to ensure demonstration of use of oxygen

      2. SECTION 2

        Crew to be carried

        1. 108.Pilots required on public transport flights by flying machines over 5,700kg

        2. 109.Pilots required on public transport flights by aeroplanes of 5,700kg or less

        3. 110.Pilots required on public transport flights by helicopters of 5,700kg or less

        4. 111.Flight navigators or navigational equipment required on public transport flights

        5. 112.Required cabin crew of aircraft

      3. SECTION 3

        Operator responsibilities

        1. 113.Flight data monitoring, accident prevention and flight safety programme

        2. 114.Public transport – operator’s responsibilities in relation to crew

        3. 115.Public transport – operator’s responsibilities in relation to routes and aerodromes

      4. SECTION 4

        Operations and training manuals

        1. 116.Operations manual

        2. 117.Training manual

      5. SECTION 5

        Equipment

        1. 118.Wearing of survival suits by crew

        2. 119.Equipment of public transport aircraft

        3. 120.Functioning of exits – commercial air transport aeroplanes and public transport aeroplanes and helicopters

        4. 121.Marking of exits – commercial air transport aeroplanes and public transport aeroplanes and helicopters

      6. SECTION 6

        Loading

        1. 122.Operator’s duty concerning the loading of public transport aircraft

        2. 123.Requirement to load in accordance with loading instructions

        3. 124.Requirement for a load sheet

        4. 125.Carriage of baggage

        5. 126.Loading instructions: exceptions

      7. SECTION 7

        Performance requirements and operating minima

        1. 127.Aeroplanes registered in the United Kingdom – public transport operating conditions and performance requirements

        2. 128.Helicopters registered in the United Kingdom – public transport operating conditions and performance requirements

        3. 129.Helicopters registered in the United Kingdom carrying out Performance Class 3 operations

        4. 130.Helicopters registered in the United Kingdom carrying out Performance Class 1 operations and Performance Class 2 operations

        5. 131.Public transport aircraft registered in the United Kingdom – aerodrome operating minima

        6. 132.Public transport aircraft registered elsewhere than in the United Kingdom – aerodrome operating minima

        7. 133.A to A commercial air transport aeroplane operations and public transport flights by aeroplanes at night or in specified meteorological conditions

      8. SECTION 8

        State aircraft operations

        1. 134.Requirement for, and grant of, police air operator’s certificate

        2. 135.Police operations manual

  8. PART 6 Aircrew

    1. CHAPTER 1 Flight crew licensing – requirement for licence

      1. 136.Requirement for appropriate licence to act as member of flight crew of EASA aircraft registered in the United Kingdom

      2. 137.Requirement for appropriate licence to act as member of flight crew of non-EASA aircraft registered in the United Kingdom

      3. 138.Appropriate licence

      4. 139.Flight crew licence requirement – exception to act as flight radiotelephony operator

      5. 140.Flight crew licence requirement – exception for solo flying training in non-EASA aircraft

      6. 141.Flight crew licence requirement – exception for dual flying training in non-EASA aircraft

      7. 142.Flight crew licence requirement – exception for balloons

      8. 143.Flight crew licence requirement – exception for pilot undergoing training or tests in non-EASA aircraft

      9. 144.Flight crew licence requirement – exception for navigators and flight engineers in non-EASA aircraft

      10. 145.Flight crew licence requirement – exception for members of HM Forces

      11. 146.Flight crew licence requirement – exception for non-EASA gliders

      12. 147.Flight crew licence requirement – exception for non-EASA aircraft where CAA permission granted

      13. 148.Requirement for appropriate licence to act as member of flight crew of non-EASA aircraft registered elsewhere than in the United Kingdom

      14. 149.Requirement for appropriate licence to act as member of flight crew of EASA aircraft and specified non-EASA aircraft registered elsewhere than in the United Kingdom

      15. 150.Deeming a non-United Kingdom flight crew licence and any Part-FCL licence valid for non-EASA aircraft registered in the United Kingdom and deeming a non-United Kingdom radiotelephony licence valid for any aircraft

      16. 151.Permission required where pilot’s licence does not meet relevant minimum standards

    2. CHAPTER 2 Flight crew licensing – grant of licence and maintenance of privileges

      1. 152.Grant, renewal and privileges of United Kingdom flight crew licences

      2. 153.Ratings and certificates

      3. 154.Maintenance of privileges of aircraft ratings specified in Chapter 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 8 in United Kingdom pilot licences for balloons, airships and gyroplanes

      4. 155.Maintenance of privileges of aircraft ratings specified in Chapter 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 8 in United Kingdom aeroplane and helicopter licences

      5. 156.Maintenance of privileges of other certificates and ratings specified in Chapter 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 8

      6. 157.Maintenance of privileges of certificates and ratings specified in Chapters 2 and 3 of Part 2 of Schedule 8

      7. 158.Maintenance of privileges of Flight Engineers’ Licences

      8. 159.Maintenance of privileges of Flight Navigators’ Licences

    3. CHAPTER 3 Medical certificates

      1. 160.Requirement for a medical certificate for a United Kingdom licence

      2. 161.Issue and validity of a medical certificate for a United Kingdom licence

      3. 162.Requirement for a Part MED medical certificate for a Part-FCL licence

      4. 163.Medical requirements for specified United Kingdom licences and National Private Pilot’s Licences

      5. 164.Issue of Light Aircraft Pilot Licence medical certificates

      6. 165.Occupational health medical practitioners

      7. 166.Licence holder not to act as member of flight crew when unfit

    4. CHAPTER 4 Flight crew licensing – general provisions

      1. 167.Person not to fly after failing test

      2. 168.Approval of training and testing

      3. 169.Validation of licences

      4. 170.Instruction in flying

      5. 171.Glider pilots – minimum age

      6. 172.Licences and ratings no longer to be granted

      7. 173.Status of licences issued by the CAA

    5. CHAPTER 5 Fatigue of crew and protection of crew from cosmic radiation

      1. 174.Application and interpretation of this Chapter

      2. 175.Fatigue of crew – operator’s responsibilities

      3. 176.Fatigue of crew – responsibilities of crew

      4. 177.Flight times – responsibilities of flight crew

      5. 178.Protection of air crew from cosmic radiation

      6. 179.Fatigue of crew – responsibilities of EU-OPS and Part-CAT operators

  9. PART 7 Air traffic services

    1. CHAPTER 1 Air traffic services

      1. 180.Requirement for an air traffic control approval

      2. 181.Duty of person in charge to be satisfied as to competence of controllers

      3. 182.Manual of air traffic services

      4. 183.Provision of air traffic services

      5. 184.Making of an air traffic direction in the interests of safety

      6. 185.Making of a direction for airspace policy purposes

      7. 186.Use of radio call signs at aerodromes

      8. 187.Approval of instrument flight procedures

    2. CHAPTER 2 Licensing of air traffic controllers

      1. 188.Prohibition of unlicensed student air traffic controllers and air traffic controllers

      2. 189.Period for which a student air traffic controller licence remains in force

      3. 190.Inclusion of national endorsements

      4. 191.Fatigue of air traffic controllers

      5. 192.Acting under the influence of psychoactive substances or medicines

      6. 193.Failing exams, assessments or tests

      7. 194.Use and approval of simulators

      8. 195.Approval of courses, persons and simulators

      9. 196.Certification of training organisations

      10. 197.Certified training organisation: production of records

      11. 198.Meaning of terms used in this Chapter

    3. CHAPTER 3 Flight information services and licensing of flight information service officers

      1. 199.Prohibition of unlicensed flight information service officers

      2. 200.Licensing of flight information service officers

      3. 201.Flight information service manual

    4. CHAPTER 4 Certificate of competence to operate an aeronautical radio station

      1. 202.Prohibition of unauthorised operation of an aeronautical radio station

      2. 203.Aeronautical radio station operator certificate of competence

      3. 204.Approval of courses, persons, examinations and simulators

    5. CHAPTER 5 Air traffic service equipment

      1. 205.Air traffic service equipment

      2. 206.Air traffic service equipment records

  10. PART 8 Aerodromes and lighting

    1. CHAPTER 1 Aerodromes, aeronautical lights and dangerous lights

      1. 207.Requirement to use national licensed, EASA certified or Government aerodrome

      2. 208.Flights which must use licensed or Government aerodrome

      3. 209.Aerodromes – use for purposes of flying instruction and testing

      4. 210.Helicopters flying for public transport at night

      5. 211.Use of Government aerodromes

      6. 212.Licensing of aerodromes

      7. 213.Issue of aerodrome safety directives for national licensed aerodromes

      8. 214.Public use licence

      9. 215.Charges at aerodromes with a public use licence

      10. 216.Use of aerodromes by aircraft of Contracting States and of the Commonwealth

      11. 217.Powers of aerodrome firefighters in an emergency

      12. 218.Noise and vibration caused by aircraft on aerodromes

      13. 219.Customs and Excise aerodromes

      14. 220.Aviation fuel at aerodromes

    2. CHAPTER 2 Lights and lighting

      1. 221.Aeronautical lights

      2. 222.Lighting of en-route obstacles

      3. 223.Lighting of wind turbine generators in United Kingdom territorial waters

      4. 224.Lights liable to endanger

      5. 225.Lights which dazzle or distract

  11. PART 9 Documents and records

    1. 226.Aircraft continuing airworthiness record system for non-EASA aircraft

    2. 227.Technical log for non-EASA aircraft

    3. 228.Personal flying log

    4. 229.Documents to be carried

    5. 230.Keeping and production of records of exposure to cosmic radiation

    6. 231.Use of flight recording systems

    7. 232.Preservation of records of aeroplane flight data recorder

    8. 233.Preservation of records of helicopter flight data recorder

    9. 234.Preservation of records of helicopter cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder

    10. 235.Production of documents and records

    11. 236.Production of air traffic service equipment documents and records

    12. 237.Power to inspect and copy documents and records

    13. 238.Preservation of documents, etc

  12. PART 10 Prohibited behaviour, directives, rules, powers and penalties

    1. CHAPTER 1 Prohibited behaviour

      1. 239.Power to prohibit or restrict flying

      2. 240.Endangering safety of an aircraft

      3. 241.Endangering safety of any person or property

      4. 242.Drunkenness in aircraft

      5. 243.Smoking in aircraft

      6. 244.Authority of pilot in command of an aircraft

      7. 245.Acting in a disruptive manner

      8. 246.Stowaways

      9. 247.Flights over any foreign country

    2. CHAPTER 2 Directives and rules of the air

      1. 248.Operational directives

      2. 249.Rules of the Air

    3. CHAPTER 3 Foreign registered aircraft

      1. 250.Restriction on carriage, where valuable consideration is given or promised, in aircraft registered elsewhere than in the United Kingdom

      2. 251.Filing and approval of tariffs

      3. 252.Restriction on commercial operations in aircraft registered elsewhere than in an EEA state

    4. CHAPTER 4 Powers and penalties

      1. 253.Revocation, suspension and variation of certificates, licences and other documents

      2. 254.Provisional suspension or variation of EASA certificates, licences and other documents

      3. 255.Revocation, suspension and variation of permissions, etc granted under article 250 or article 252

      4. 256.Prohibitions in relation to documents and records

      5. 257.CAA’s power to prevent aircraft flying

      6. 258.Grounded aircraft not to fly

      7. 259.Secretary of State’s power to prevent aircraft flying

      8. 260.Directions to operators of aircraft to make data available

      9. 261.Right of access to aerodromes and other places

      10. 262.Access and inspection for airworthiness purposes

      11. 263.Obstruction of persons

      12. 264.Directions and directives

      13. 265.Offences and penalties

      14. 266.Exemption from Order

      15. 267.Appeal to County Court or Sheriff Court

      16. 268.Approval of persons to supply reports

      17. 269.Certificates, authorisations, approvals and permissions

      18. 270.Competent authority

      19. 271.Functions under the Basic EASA Regulation to be exercised by the CAA

      20. 272.Functions under the EASA Aircrew Regulation to be exercised by the CAA

      21. 273.Functions under the Occurrence Reporting Regulation to be exercised by the CAA

  13. PART 11 Revocations and savings, consequential amendments and transitional arrangements

    1. 274.Revocations and savings, consequential amendments and transitional arrangements

  14. PART 12 Review

    1. 275.Review

  15. Signature

  16. SCHEDULES

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      INTERPRETATION

      1. 1.In this Order— “the 2015 Regulations” means the International Interests...

      2. 2.References in this Order to— (a) a certificate of airworthiness...

      3. 3.The expressions appearing in the “Classification of Aircraft” in Part...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      PARTS OF STRAITS SPECIFIED IN CONNECTION WITH THE FLIGHT OF AIRCRAFT IN TRANSIT OVER UNITED KINGDOM TERRITORIAL WATERS

      1. 1.The parts of straits specified in paragraph 2 are specified...

      2. 2.(1) In the Straits of Dover, the territorial waters adjacent...

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      A, B AND E CONDITIONS AND CATEGORIES OF CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS

      1. PART 1 A, B and E Conditions

        1. CHAPTER 1 A Conditions

          1. 1.A non-EASA aircraft registered in the United Kingdom may fly...

          2. 2.The purposes in the case of an aircraft falling within...

          3. 3.The purposes in the case of an aircraft falling within...

          4. 4.The aircraft, including any modifications, must be of a design...

          5. 5.The aircraft and its engines must be certified as fit...

          6. 6.The aircraft must carry the minimum flight crew specified—

          7. 7.The aircraft must not carry any persons or cargo except...

          8. 8.For the purpose of this Schedule, “a previously approved modification”...

        2. CHAPTER 2 B Conditions

          1. 1.A non-EASA aircraft may fly for a purpose set out...

          2. 2.The purposes referred to in paragraph 1 are—

          3. 3.The flight must be operated by a person approved by...

          4. 4.If not registered in the United Kingdom—

          5. 5.No person may act as pilot in command of the...

          6. 6.The aircraft must not carry any cargo, or any persons...

        3. CHAPTER 3 E Conditions

          1. 1.Subject to the conditions set out in paragraph 3, a...

          2. 2.The purposes referred to in paragraph 1 are—

          3. 3.(1) The aircraft may only fly if any certificate of...

          4. 4.An E Conditions Declaration must— (a) be signed by an...

          5. 5.(1) An E Conditions competent person means a person who...

          6. 6.(1) An E Conditions competent person is entitled to make...

          7. 7.The flight test programme is deemed to be completed if...

          8. 8.The CAA must issue a written acknowledgement of receipt in...

      2. PART 2 Categories of Certificate of Airworthiness and Purposes for which Aircraft May Fly

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      CLASSIFICATION AND MARKING OF AIRCRAFT

      1. PART 1 Classification of aircraft

        1. 1.(1) Aircraft are to be classified in accordance with the...

      2. PART 2 Marking of aircraft

        1. 1.General

        2. 2.Position and size of marks – heavier than air aircraft

        3. 3.Position and size of marks – airships and free balloons

        4. 4.Width, spacing and thickness of marks

    5. SCHEDULE 5

      EQUIPMENT FOR NON-EASA AIRCRAFT ON NON-COMMERCIAL AND COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS AND MARKING OF BREAK-IN AREAS

      1. 1.Instruments and equipment — general

      2. 2.Operating lights

      3. 3.Seats, seat safety belts, restraint systems and child restraint devices

      4. 4.Supplemental oxygen — pressurised flying machines

      5. 5.Supplemental oxygen — non-pressurised flying machines

      6. 6.Hand fire extinguishers

      7. 7.Marking of break-in areas

      8. 8.Flight over water

      9. 9.Operations under Visual Flight Rules — flight and navigational instruments and associated equipment – aeroplanes

      10. 10.Operations under Instrument Flight Rules — flight and navigational instruments and associated equipment – aeroplanes

      11. 11.Operations under Visual Flight Rules — flight and navigational instruments and associated equipment – helicopters and gyroplanes

      12. 12.Operations under Instrument Flight Rules — flight and navigational instruments and associated equipment – helicopters and gyroplanes

      13. 13.Additional equipment for single pilot operations under Instrument Flight Rules – helicopters and gyroplanes

      14. 14.Terrain awareness warning system

      15. 15.Radio communication equipment

      16. 16.Navigation equipment

      17. 17.Transponder

      18. 18.Airborne collision avoidance system II

    6. SCHEDULE 6

      EQUIPMENT OF NON-EASA AIRCRAFT ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT OPERATIONS AND MARKING OF BREAK-IN AREAS

      1. PART 1 General equipment

        1. 1.Equipment which must be carried

        2. 2.Calculation of flying time

        3. 3.Equipment not requiring type approval

        4. 4.Table of required equipment

        5. 5.Scales of equipment

        6. 6.Marking of break-in areas

      2. PART 2 Radio communication and radio navigation equipment

        1. 1.Subject to paragraph 2, every aircraft which must carry equipment...

        2. 2.(1) In the case of sub-paragraphs (1), (2), (3), (4),...

        3. 3.The Table is as follows— Aircraft and Circumstances of Flight...

        4. 4.The scales of radio communication and radio navigation equipment indicated...

        5. 5.In this Part— “Airborne collision avoidance system” means an aeroplane...

    7. SCHEDULE 7

      AIRCRAFT CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS RECORDS

      1. 1.Aircraft continuing airworthiness records

      2. 2.Aircraft log book

      3. 3.Engine, propeller and component logs

      4. 4.Retention of records

      5. 5.Operator’s technical log

    8. SCHEDULE 8

      FLIGHT CREW OF AIRCRAFT – LICENCES, RATINGS, QUALIFICATIONS AND MAINTENANCE OF LICENCE PRIVILEGES

      1. PART 1 Flight Crew Licences

        1. CHAPTER 1 General conditions

          1. 1.Recent experience condition

          2. 2.Exception to the recent experience condition

          3. 3.Excepted flights condition

          4. 4.Remuneration condition

        2. CHAPTER 2 United Kingdom Licences

          1. SECTION 1

            Aeroplane pilots

          2. SECTION 2

            Helicopter and gyroplane pilots

          3. SECTION 3

            Balloon and airship pilots

          4. SECTION 4

            Other flight crew

        3. CHAPTER 3 National Private Pilot’s Licence

      2. PART 2 Ratings, certificates and qualifications

        1. CHAPTER 1 Ratings, certificates and qualifications which may be included in United Kingdom licences but not in National Private Pilot’s Licences

          1. SECTION 1

            Aircraft ratings

            1. 1.When included in a pilot licence an aircraft rating entitles...

            2. 2.When included in a Flight Engineer’s Licence an aircraft rating...

          2. SECTION 2

            Other ratings

            1. Instrument rating (aeroplane)

            2. Instrument rating (helicopter)

            3. Instrument meteorological conditions rating (aeroplanes)

            4. Night rating (helicopters)

            5. Night rating (gyroplanes)

            6. Night rating (balloons and airships)

          3. SECTION 3

            Instructor certificates

            1. Flight instructor certificate (aeroplane)

            2. Flight instructor certificate (helicopter)

            3. Flight instructor certificate (gyroplanes)

            4. Flight instructor certificate (restricted) (gyroplanes)

            5. Type rating instructor certificate (multi-pilot aeroplane)

            6. Type rating instructor certificate (helicopter)

            7. Class rating instructor certificate (single-pilot aeroplane)

            8. Instrument rating instructor certificate (aeroplane)

            9. Instrument rating instructor certificate (helicopter)

        2. CHAPTER 2 Aircraft and instructor ratings and certificates which may be included in United Kingdom aeroplane pilot licences and in National Private Pilot’s Licences (Aeroplanes)

          1. Night rating (aeroplanes)

          2. Flight instructor’s certificate (microlight)

          3. Flight instructor’s certificate (SLMG)

        3. CHAPTER 3 Ratings which may be included in National Private Pilot’s Licences (Helicopters)

          1. Helicopter type rating

      3. PART 3 Maintenance of Licence Privileges

        1. CHAPTER 1 Requirement for revalidation and renewal

          1. 1.Validity, revalidation and renewal of certificates and ratings

          2. 2.Issue of certificate of revalidation

          3. 3.Form of certificate of revalidation

        2. CHAPTER 2 Requirement for a Certificate of Revalidation to maintain the validity of, or renew, a rating specified in Chapter 2 or 3 of Part 2

          1. 4.(1) A certificate of revalidation required by article 157 for...

          2. 5.(1) A certificate of revalidation required by article 157 for...

          3. 6.(1) A certificate of revalidation required by article 157 for...

    9. SCHEDULE 9

      PUBLIC TRANSPORT – OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS

      1. PART 1 Information and Instructions which must be included in an Operations Manual

        1. 1.Information and instructions relating to the following matters must be...

        2. 2.In relation to any flight which is not one of...

      2. PART 2 Information and Instructions which must be included in a Training Manual

        1. 1.The following information and instructions must be included in a...

      3. PART 3 Required Crew Training, Experience, Practice and Periodical Tests

        1. 1.Crew

        2. 2.Pilots

        3. 3.Flight engineers

        4. 4.Flight radiotelephony operators and flight navigators

        5. 5.Pilot in Command of Aircraft

        6. 6.Deemed compliance

        7. 7.Contents of records

        8. 8.Production of records to authorised person

        9. 9.Supply of records to crew member

        10. 10.Definitions and validity periods

    10. SCHEDULE 10

      DOCUMENTS TO BE CARRIED

      1. 1.Circumstances in which documents are to be carried

      2. 2.Description of documents

      3. 3.Exceptions

    11. SCHEDULE 11

      AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT – RECORDS REQUIRED AND MATTERS TO WHICH THE CAA MAY HAVE REGARD

      1. PART 1 Records to be kept in accordance with Article 206(1)(a)

        1. 1.A record of any functional tests, flight checks and detailed...

        2. 2.Subject to paragraph 3, the record must be kept in...

        3. 3.In any particular case the CAA may direct that the...

      2. PART 2 Records required in accordance with Article 206(5)(b)

        1. 1.Each record made by the apparatus provided in compliance with...

      3. PART 3 Matters to which the CAA may have regard in granting an approval if apparatus in accordance with Article 206(6)

        1. 1.The purpose for which the apparatus is to be used....

        2. 2.The manner in which the apparatus has been specified and...

        3. 3.The adequacy, in relation to the purpose for which the...

        4. 4.The manner in which the apparatus has been or will...

        5. 5.The manner in which the apparatus has been or will...

    12. SCHEDULE 12

      INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS WHICH MUST BE INCLUDED IN AN AERODROME MANUAL

      1. 1.The name and status of the accountable manager having corporate...

      2. 2.The names and status of other senior aerodrome operating staff...

      3. 3.Details of the safety management system.

      4. 4.The system of aeronautical information service available.

      5. 5.Procedures for promulgating information concerning the aerodrome’s state.

      6. 6.Procedures for the control of access, vehicles and work in...

      7. 7.Procedures for the removal of disabled aircraft.

      8. 8.In the case of an aerodrome which has facilities for...

      9. 9.(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (2), plans to an appropriate scale...

      10. 10.For an aerodrome in relation to which there is a...

      11. 11.Description, height and location of obstacles which infringe standard obstacle...

      12. 12.Data for and method of calculation of declared distances and...

      13. 13.Method of calculating reduced declared distances and the procedure for...

      14. 14.Details of surfaces and bearing strengths of runways, taxiways and...

      15. 15.The system of the management of air traffic in the...

      16. 16.Operational procedures for the routine and special inspection of the...

      17. 17.If operations are permitted during periods of low visibility, procedures...

      18. 18.Procedures for the safe integration of all aviation activities undertaken...

      19. 19.Details of or reference to the bird control management plan....

      20. 20.Procedures for the use and inspection of the aeronautical ground...

      21. 21.The scale of rescue, first aid and fire service facilities,...

    13. SCHEDULE 13

      PENALTIES

      1. PART 1 Provisions Referred to in Article 265(5)

        1. CHAPTER 1

        2. CHAPTER 2

        3. CHAPTER 3

        4. CHAPTER 4

        5. CHAPTER 5

        6. CHAPTER 6

        7. CHAPTER 7

        8. CHAPTER 8

      2. PART 2 Provisions Referred to in Article 265(6)

        1. CHAPTER 1

        2. CHAPTER 2

        3. CHAPTER 3

        4. CHAPTER 4

        5. CHAPTER 5

        6. CHAPTER 6

        7. CHAPTER 7

        8. CHAPTER 8

        9. CHAPTER 9

      3. PART 3 Provisions Referred to in Article 265(7)

        1. CHAPTER 1

        2. CHAPTER 2

        3. CHAPTER 3

        4. CHAPTER 4

        5. CHAPTER 5

        6. CHAPTER 6

        7. CHAPTER 7

        8. CHAPTER 8

        9. CHAPTER 9

        10. CHAPTER 10

      4. PART 4 Provisions Referred to in Article 265(8)

    14. SCHEDULE 14

      REVOCATIONS AND SAVINGS, CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS AND TRANSITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS

      1. PART 1 Revocations and savings

        1. 1.The instruments specified in column 1 of the table, with...

      2. PART 2 Consequential amendments

        1. CHAPTER 1 Primary legislation

          1. 2.Amendment of the Police Act 1997

        2. CHAPTER 2 Secondary legislation

          1. SECTION 1

            United Kingdom Statutory Instruments

            1. 3.Amendment of the Civil Aviation (Working Time) Regulations 2004

            2. 4.Amendment of the Plant Protection Products (Sustainable Use) Regulations 2012

            3. 5.Amendment of the Kentish Flats Extension Order 2013

            4. 6.Amendment of the Wireless Telegraphy (Limitation of Number of Licences) Order 2014

            5. 7.Amendment of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014

            6. 8.Amendment of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015

            7. 9.Amendment of the Rules of the Air Regulations 2015

            8. 10.Amendment of the Air Navigation (Isle of Man) Order 2015

          2. SECTION 2

            Scottish Statutory Instruments

            1. 11.Amendment of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exclusions and Exceptions) (Scotland) Order 2013

          3. SECTION 3

            Northern Ireland Statutory Rules

            1. 12.Amendment of Rehabilitation of Offenders (Exceptions) Order (Northern Ireland) 1979

            2. 13.Amendment of the Planning (General Permitted Development) Order (Northern Ireland) 2015

            3. 14.Amendment of the Planning (General Development Procedure) Order (Northern Ireland) 2015

      3. PART 3 Transitional arrangements

        1. 15.Log Books

        2. 16.Equipment of Non-EASA aircraft

        3. 17.Instructor ratings

        4. 18.Aircraft markings

        5. 19.Certificates of experience and test

        6. 20.Medical declarations

  17. Explanatory Note

  18. Note as to Earlier Commencement Orders

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