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R31/2004 Orders/Civil Aviation as amended, taking into account amendments up to Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0 Amendment Instrument 2013 (No. 1)
Administered by: Infrastructure and Regional Development
Registered 21 May 2013
Start Date 02 Apr 2013
End Date 01 Sep 2014
Date of repeal 01 Sep 2014
Repealed by Civil Aviation Order (Flight Crew Licensing) Repeal and Amendment Instrument 2014 (No. 1)
Table of contents.

Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0 — Aircraft endorsements – aeroplanes
as amended

made under subregulations 5.22 (1) and (2) and subregulation 5.23 (1) of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988.

This compilation was prepared on 2 April 2013 taking into account amendments up to Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0 Amendment Instrument 2013 (No. 1).

Prepared by the Legislative Drafting Section, Legal Branch, Legal Services Division, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Canberra.

Contents

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1A.... Interpretation......................................................................................................................... 1

1...... Prescription of endorsements................................................................................................ 2

2...... Classification of aeroplanes.................................................................................................. 2

2A.... Endorsement following conversion training............................................................................. 2

2B.... Conversion training to be in a synthetic training device not an aeroplane.................................. 3

3...... Authority given by type endorsement..................................................................................... 4

4...... Authority given by class endorsement.................................................................................... 4

5...... Authority given by special design feature endorsement........................................................... 5

6...... Requirements for issue of type endorsements........................................................................ 5

7...... Requirements for the issue of class endorsements............................................................... 13

8...... Requirements for the issue of special design feature endorsements...................................... 18

8A.... Conditions on aircraft endorsements.................................................................................... 19

8B.... Conditions on Mitsubishi MU-2B endorsements.................................................................... 20

9...... Log books.......................................................................................................................... 20

10.... Logging of flight time.......................................................................................................... 20

........ Appendix I.......................................................................................................................... 22

........ Appendix IA........................................................................................................................ 26

........ Appendix IB........................................................................................................................ 37

........ Appendix II......................................................................................................................... 57

........ Appendix III......................................................................................................................... 59

........ Appendix V......................................................................................................................... 60

........ Appendix VI........................................................................................................................ 61

........ Notes to Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0...................................................................................... 62

 

Section 40.1.0

Aircraft endorsements – aeroplanes

1A       Interpretation

                 A reference in this section to a subregulation identified by a numerical code (for example, 5.22 (1)) is a reference to a subregulation in the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 identified by that code.

1          Prescription of endorsements

       1.1     For the purposes of subregulation 5.22 (1), the type endorsements set out in column 1 of Appendix I are prescribed for aeroplanes.

       1.2     For the purposes of subregulation 5.22 (1), the class endorsements set out in Appendix IA are prescribed for aeroplanes.

       1.3     For the purposes of subregulation 5.22 (1), the following special design feature endorsements are prescribed:

(a)   manual propeller pitch control;

(b)   tail wheel undercarriage;

(c)   retractable undercarriage;

(d)   ski landing gear;

(e)   float alighting gear;

(f)    floating hull;

(g)   pressurisation system.

2          Classification of aeroplanes

       2.1     For the purposes of subregulation 5.22 (2), the types of aeroplane specified in column 3 of an item in Appendix IB are included in the class specified in column 2 of that item.

2A       Endorsement following conversion training

    2A.1     In this subsection:

                 available, for the availability of a qualified synthetic training device (QSTD) to a person means that the QSTD:

(a)   exists in Australia or a recognised foreign State, as the case requires; and

(b)   is offered for use on a commercial basis; and

(c)   is serviceable and available to be used by the person, or reserved by the person or an operator on behalf of the person.

                 maximum certificated passenger seating capacity means the maximum number of seats for persons (excluding flight crew and cabin crew) in an aircraft as specified in the aircraft’s type certificate data sheet.

                 passenger seating capacity means maximum certificated passenger seating capacity.

                 qualified, for a synthetic training device, means:

(a)       if the synthetic training device is available in Australia — qualified under Part 60 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR 1998), as applicable, for conversion training for an aeroplane type; or

(b)      if the synthetic training device is only available in a recognised foreign State — approved by the national airworthiness authority (NAA) of the State for use equivalent to the use the device could be put to if it were qualified under Part 60 of CASR 1998, as applicable, for conversion training for an aeroplane type.

                 recognised foreign State means a foreign State approved by CASA for this subsection and includes the following:

(a)   Canada;

(b)   Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region of China);

(c)   New Zealand;

(d)   United States of America;

(e)   the following European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) member States:

             (i)  Belgium;

            (ii)  Czech Republic;

           (iii)  Denmark;

           (iv)  Finland;

            (v)  France;

           (vi)  Germany;

          (vii)  Ireland;

         (viii)  Italy;

           (ix)  Netherlands;

            (x)  Norway;

           (xi)  Portugal;

          (xii)  Spain;

         (xiii)  Sweden;

         (xiv)  Switzerland;

          (xv)  United Kingdom.

    2A.2     This subsection applies in relation to conversion training for any of the following:

(a)   a multi-engine aeroplane with a passenger seating capacity of not less than 10, and not more than 19, seats;

(b)   an aeroplane with a passenger seating capacity of not less than 20 seats;

(c)   an aeroplane with a maximum take-off weight (MTOW) exceeding 8 618 kg.

    2A.3     Subject to paragraphs 2A.5 and 2A.6, on and from 1 April 2013, an endorsement to fly an aeroplane type following conversion training for the type may only be issued if the training was conducted in a QSTD for the type.

    2A.4     In this Order, mention of aeroplane use or aeroplane manoeuvres, in relation to conversion training, means use of a synthetic training device for paragraph 2A.3, and simulation of the manoeuvres by the device.

    2A.5     Paragraph 2A.3 does not apply:

(a)   for an aeroplane mentioned in subparagraph 2A.2 (a) — if a qualified synthetic training device for the aeroplane type is not available in Australia; and

(b)   for an aeroplane mentioned in subparagraph 2A.2 (b) or (c) — if a qualified synthetic training device for the aeroplane type is not available in Australia or in a recognised foreign State.

    2A.6     Paragraph 2A.3 does not apply to the issue of a co-pilot endorsement.

2B       Conversion training to be in a synthetic training device not an aeroplane

     2B.1     This subsection is for regulation 11.068 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.

     2B.2     It is a condition on the approval of a person approved by CASA under paragraph 5.21 (1) (a) of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 to give aeroplane conversion training, that the person may only give the training in accordance with paragraph 2B.3.

     2B.3     Subject to paragraph 2B.4, conversion training for an aeroplane mentioned in paragraph 2A.2 must not be conducted in an aeroplane but must be conducted in a qualified synthetic training device (QSTD) for the aeroplane type if:

(a)   for an aeroplane mentioned in subparagraph 2A.2 (a) — a QSTD for the aeroplane type is available in Australia; or

(b)   for an aeroplane mentioned in subparagraph 2A.2 (b) or (c) — a QSTD for the aeroplane type is available in Australia or in a recognised foreign State as defined in subsection 2A.

     2B.4     Paragraph 2B.3 does not apply for aeroplane conversion training for the issue of a co-pilot endorsement if:

(a)   the conversion training is conducted wholly in accordance with Appendix V of this Order; and

(b)   no other training or flight manoeuvre is conducted during a flight for the conversion training.

     2B.5     For paragraph 2B.3:

                 available, for the availability of a QSTD to a person undergoing conversion training, means that the QSTD:

(a)   exists in Australia or a recognised foreign State, as the case requires; and

(b)   is offered for use on a commercial basis; and

(c)   is serviceable and available to be used by the person, or reserved by the person or by an operator on behalf of the person.

Note   Subsection 2B constitutes a condition on the approval of a person to conduct aeroplane conversion training. It is intended to ensure that conversion training is not conducted in an aeroplane, but rather in a QSTD, in the circumstances to which subsection 2B applies.

3          Authority given by type endorsement

       3.1     A type endorsement mentioned in column 1 of Part 1, 2 or 4 of Appendix I authorises the holder of the endorsement to fly an aeroplane of the type set out in column 2 of Appendix I opposite the endorsement as pilot in command, or as co-pilot.

       3.2     A type endorsement mentioned in column 1 of Part 3 or 5 of Appendix I authorises the holder of the endorsement to fly an aeroplane of the type set out in column 2 of Appendix I opposite the endorsement as co-pilot.

       3.3     A command endorsement or co-pilot endorsement, for a type of aeroplane specified in column 2 of an item in Appendix VI, authorises a person to fly an aeroplane of a type or class specified in column 3 of that item, as pilot in command or co-pilot, as the case may be.

4          Authority given by class endorsement

       4.1     A class endorsement specified in Part 1, 1A, Part 3 or Part 5 of Appendix IA authorises the holder of the endorsement to fly an aeroplane included in that class as pilot in command, or as co-pilot.

       4.2     A class endorsement specified in Part 2, Part 4 or Part 6 of Appendix IA authorises the holder of the endorsement to fly an aeroplane included in that class as co-pilot.

       4.3     A command endorsement or co-pilot endorsement, for a class of aeroplane specified in column 2 of an item in Appendix VI, authorises a person to fly an aeroplane of a type or class specified in column 3 of that item, as pilot in command or co-pilot, as the case may be.

       4.4     The holder of a class endorsement must not fly as pilot in command or co‑pilot of any aeroplane included in the class unless he or she:

(a)   is familiar with the systems, the normal and emergency flight manoeuvres and aircraft performance, the flight planning procedures, the weight and balance requirements and the practical application of take-off and landing charts of the aeroplane to be flown; and

(b)   has sufficient recent experience or training in the aeroplane type, or in a comparable type, to safely complete the proposed flight; and

(c)   if an aeroplane in that class has a special design feature, holds a special design feature endorsement referred to in paragraph 5.1 for that design feature.

                Note   The owner and operator of an aeroplane included in a class of aeroplane should:

(a)     ensure that a person who proposes to fly as pilot in command or co-pilot of the aeroplane complies with subparagraph 4.4 (a); and

(b)     where necessary, require the person to provide evidence of recent experience or training in the aeroplane type or in a comparable aeroplane type; and

(c)     if the aeroplane has a special design feature, ensure that the person holds a special design feature endorsement for that design feature.

5          Authority given by special design feature endorsement

       5.1     A special design feature endorsement authorises a pilot who holds the endorsement to fly an aeroplane that has that special design feature as pilot in command, or as co‑pilot.

       5.2     A pilot is not required to have the “floating hull” special design feature endorsement to fly an aeroplane with that special design feature, if he or she holds an endorsement for that type or class of aeroplane that includes the words LAND ONLY.

       5.3     A pilot who holds an aeroplane endorsement that includes the words LAND ONLY must not, while using that endorsement to fly an aeroplane, alight on, or take off from, water.

6          Requirements for issue of type endorsements

       6.1     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a type endorsement specified in Part 1 of Appendix I are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must:

             (i)  hold a student pilot licence, an aeroplane pilot licence, a special pilot licence, or a certificate of validation that has effect as if it were an aeroplane pilot licence; and

            (ii)  undertake training in the operating limitations, procedures and systems of the type of aeroplane for which the endorsement is sought; and

           (iii)  undertake flying training, or training in an approved synthetic flight trainer appropriate to the type of aeroplane, in normal and emergency flight manoeuvres and procedures in that type of aeroplane; and

           (iv)  satisfy the person who conducted the training mentioned in sub‑subparagraphs (ii) and (iii) that the first-mentioned person can safely fly that type of aeroplane; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought; or

(ca)  the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from an overseas training provider that show that the person has satisfactorily undergone training and assessment that CASA is satisfied is equivalent to the training and assessment that would be required in Australia for the issue of the endorsement;

            (ii)  documents from the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(d)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas aeroplane endorsement in that State.

       6.2     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a type endorsement specified in Part 2 of Appendix I are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must:

             (i)  hold a student pilot licence, an aeroplane pilot licence, a special pilot licence, or a certificate of validation that has effect as if it were an aeroplane pilot licence; and

            (ii)  be awarded a pass in a theory examination on the subjects set out in the syllabus set out in Appendix II that are relevant to the type of aeroplane for which the endorsement is sought; and

           (iii)  undertake training in the operating limitations, procedures and systems of that type of aeroplane; and

           (iv)  undertake flying training or training in an approved synthetic flight trainer appropriate to the type of aeroplane, in normal and emergency flight manoeuvres and procedures in that type of aeroplane; and

            (v)  satisfy the requirements of the syllabus of flying training set out in Appendix III; and

           (vi)  satisfy the person who conducted the training mentioned in sub‑subparagraphs (iii) and (iv) that the first-mentioned person can safely fly that type of aeroplane as pilot in command; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must:

             (i)  hold a co-pilot endorsement for the type of aeroplane for which the endorsement is sought; and

            (ii)  satisfy the requirements of sub‑subparagraphs (a) (i), (iii), (iv), (v) and (vi); or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(ca)  the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from an overseas training provider that show that the person has satisfactorily undergone training and assessment that CASA is satisfied is equivalent to the training and assessment that would be required in Australia for the issue of the endorsement;

            (ii)  documents from the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(d)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought; or

(e)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas aeroplane endorsement in that State.

       6.3     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a type endorsement specified in Part 3 of Appendix I are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must:

             (i)  hold a student pilot licence, an aeroplane pilot licence, a special pilot licence, or a certificate of validation that has effect as if it were an aeroplane pilot licence; and

            (ii)  be awarded a pass in a theory examination on the subjects set out in the syllabus set out in Appendix II that are relevant to the type of aeroplane for which the endorsement is sought; and

           (iii)  undertake training in the operating limitations, procedures and systems of that type of aeroplane; and

           (iv)  undertake flying training, or training in an approved synthetic flight trainer appropriate to that type of aeroplane, in normal and emergency flight manoeuvres and procedures in that type of aeroplane; and

            (v)  satisfy the requirements of the syllabus of flying training set out in Appendix V; and

           (vi)  satisfy the person who conducted the training mentioned in sub‑subparagraphs (iii) and (iv) that the first-mentioned person can safely fly that type of aeroplane as co-pilot; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought; or

(ca)  the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from an overseas training provider that show that the person has satisfactorily undergone training and assessment that CASA is satisfied is equivalent to the training and assessment that would be required in Australia for the issue of the endorsement;

            (ii)  documents from the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(d)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas aeroplane endorsement in that State.

       6.4     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a type endorsement specified in Part 4 of Appendix I are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must:

             (i)  hold a student pilot licence, an aeroplane pilot licence, a special pilot licence, or a certificate of validation that has effect as if it were an aeroplane licence; and

            (ii)  be awarded a pass in a theory examination on the subjects set out in an approved syllabus that are relevant to the type of aeroplane for which the endorsement is sought; and

           (iii)  undertake training in the operating limitations, procedures and systems of that type of aeroplane; and

           (iv)  undertake flying training, or training in an approved synthetic flight trainer appropriate to that type of aeroplane, in normal and emergency flight manoeuvres and procedures in that type of aeroplane; and

            (v)  satisfy the requirements of the syllabus of flying training set out in Appendix III and of an approved syllabus of flying training; and

           (vi)  satisfy the person who conducted the training mentioned in sub‑subparagraphs (iii) and (iv) that the first-mentioned person can safely fly that type of aeroplane as pilot in command; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must:

             (i)  hold a co-pilot endorsement for the type of aeroplane for which the endorsement is sought; and

            (ii)  satisfy the requirements of sub‑subparagraphs (a) (i), (iii), (iv), (v) and (vi); or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(d)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought; or

(da) the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from an overseas training provider that show that the person has satisfactorily undergone training and assessment that CASA is satisfied is equivalent to the training and assessment that would be required in Australia for the issue of the endorsement;

            (ii)  documents from the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(e)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas aeroplane endorsement in that State.

       6.5     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a type endorsement specified in Part 5 of Appendix I are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must:

             (i)  hold a student pilot licence, an aeroplane pilot licence, a special pilot licence, or a certificate of validation that has effect as if it were an aeroplane pilot licence; and

            (ii)  be awarded a pass in a theory examination on the subjects set out in an approved syllabus that are relevant to the type of aeroplane for which the endorsement is sought; and

           (iii)  undertake training in the operating limitations, procedures and systems of that type of aeroplane; and

           (iv)  undertake flying training, or training in an approved synthetic flight trainer appropriate to that type of aeroplane, in normal and emergency flight manoeuvres and procedures in that type of aeroplane; and

            (v)  satisfy the requirements of the syllabus of flying training set out in Appendix V and of an approved syllabus of flying training; and

           (vi)  satisfy the person who conducted the training mentioned in sub‑subparagraphs (iii) and (iv) that the first-mentioned person can safely fly that type of aeroplane as co-pilot; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought; or

(ca)  the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from an overseas training provider that show that the person has satisfactorily undergone training and assessment that CASA is satisfied is equivalent to the training and assessment that would be required in Australia for the issue of the endorsement;

            (ii)  documents from the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(d)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas aeroplane endorsement in that State.

Note   Training must be given by a person who holds a grade of flight instructor (aeroplane) rating that authorises him or her to give the training, or by a person approved under regulation 5.21 to give the training.

    6.5.1     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a type endorsement specified in Part 6 of Appendix I are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must:

             (i)  hold a student pilot licence, an aeroplane pilot licence, a special pilot licence, or a certificate of validation that has effect as if it were an aeroplane pilot licence; and

            (ii)  have acted as pilot in command in an aeroplane of the type during a flight conducted for the purpose of testing the aeroplane in accordance with a permission given under regulation 5.50; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must:

             (i)  hold a student pilot licence, an aeroplane pilot licence, a special pilot licence, or a certificate of validation that has effect as if it were an aeroplane pilot licence; and

            (ii)  have passed a theory examination on the subjects set out in an approved syllabus that are relevant to the type of aeroplane for which the endorsement is sought; and

           (iii)  undertake training in the operating limitations, procedures and systems of that type of aeroplane; and

           (iv)  undertake flying training, or training in an approved synthetic flight trainer appropriate to that type of aeroplane, in normal and emergency flight manoeuvres and procedures in that type of aeroplane; and

            (v)  satisfy the requirements of the syllabus of flying training set out in Appendix V and of an approved syllabus of flying training; and

           (vi)  satisfy the person who conducted the training mentioned in sub‑subparagraphs (iii) and (iv) that the first-mentioned person can safely fly that type of aeroplane as co-pilot; or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(d)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the endorsement sought; or

(da) the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from the training provider that show that he or she has completed all the training and testing required for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the type endorsement sought;

            (ii)  documents from the relevant authority that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(e)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas aeroplane endorsement in that State.

       6.6     CASA may approve a synthetic flight trainer for the purposes of sub‑subparagraphs 6.1 (a) (iii), 6.2 (a) (iv), 6.3 (a) (iv), 6.4 (a) (iv) and 6.5 (a) (iv).

       6.7     CASA may approve:

(a)   a syllabus for the purposes of subparagraph 6.4 (a) (ii) or 6.5 (a) (ii); and

(b)   a syllabus of flying training for the purposes of subparagraph 6.4 (a) (v) or 6.5 (a) (v).

       6.8     In deciding whether an overseas aeroplane endorsement is equivalent to a type endorsement for an aeroplane, CASA must take into account:

(a)   what the endorsement authorises the holder to do; and

(b)   the training required for the issue of the endorsement; and

(c)   any other matter that it thinks relevant in the interests of the safety of air navigation.

       6.9     In this subsection:

co-pilot endorsement means a type endorsement set out in Part 3 or Part 5 of Appendix I.

overseas aeroplane endorsement means a qualification (whether it is called an endorsement, rating or authority, or is known by some other name):

(a)   that authorises its holder to fly a particular type of aeroplane, or aeroplanes included in a class of aeroplanes; and

(b)   that was issued by the responsible authority of a Contracting State.

7          Requirements for the issue of class endorsements

       7.1     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a class endorsement  specified in Part 1 or 1A of Appendix IA are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must satisfy the requirements set out in subparagraph 6.1 (a) for a type of aeroplane included in the class; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought; or

(ca)  the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from an overseas training provider that show that the person has satisfactorily undergone  training and assessment  that CASA is satisfied is equivalent to the training and assessment that would be required in Australia for the issue of the endorsement;

            (ii)  documents from the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(d)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas aeroplane endorsement in that State.

       7.2     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a command class endorsement specified in Part 3 of Appendix IA are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must satisfy the requirements set out in subparagraph 6.2 (a) or (b) for a type of aeroplane included in the class; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought; or

(ca)  the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from the training provider that show that he or she has completed all the training and testing required for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought;

            (ii)  documents from the relevant authority that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(d)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas aeroplane endorsement in that State.

    7.2.1     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a co-pilot class endorsement specified in Part 2 of Appendix IA are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must:

             (i)  hold a student pilot licence, an aeroplane pilot licence, a special pilot licence, or a certificate of validation that has effect as if it were an aeroplane pilot licence; and

            (ii)  undertake training in the operating limitations, procedures and systems of an aeroplane included in the class for which the endorsement is sought; and

           (iii)  satisfy the person who conducted the training mentioned in sub‑subparagraph (ii) that he or she can safely fly aeroplanes included in the class as a co-pilot; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold, or have held, a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold, or have held, an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought; or

(ca)  the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from the training provider that show that he or she has completed all the training and testing required for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought;

            (ii)  documents from the relevant authority that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(d)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas aeroplane endorsement in that State.

    7.2.2     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a co-pilot class endorsement specified in Part 4 of Appendix IA are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must satisfy the requirements set out in subparagraph 6.3 (a) for a type of aeroplane included in the class; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought; or

(ca)  the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from the training provider that show that he or she has completed all the training and testing required for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought;

            (ii)  documents from the relevant authority that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(d)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas aeroplane endorsement in that State.

    7.2.3     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a command class endorsement specified in Part 5 of Appendix IA are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must satisfy the requirements set out in subparagraph 6.4 (a) or (b) for a type of aeroplane included in the class; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought; or

(ca)  the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from the training provider that show that he or she has completed all the training and testing required for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought;

            (ii)  documents from the relevant authority that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(d)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas aeroplane endorsement in that State.

       7.3     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a co-pilot class endorsement specified in Part 6 of Appendix IA are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must satisfy the requirements set out in subparagraph 6.5 (a) for a type of aeroplane included in the class; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought; or

(ca)  the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from the training provider that show that he or she has completed all the training and testing required for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought;

            (ii)  documents from the relevant authority that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(d)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the class endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas aeroplane endorsement in that State.

       7.4     In deciding whether an overseas aeroplane endorsement is equivalent to a class endorsement for a class of aeroplanes, CASA must take into account:

(a)   what the endorsement authorises the holder to do; and

(b)   the training required for the issue of the endorsement; and

(c)   any other matter that it thinks relevant in the interests of the safety of air navigation.

       7.6     In this subsection:

command class endorsement means a class endorsement specified in Part 1, Part 3 or Part 5 of Appendix IA.

command type endorsement means a type endorsement specified in Part 1, Part 2 or Part 4 of Appendix I.

co-pilot class endorsement means a class endorsement specified in Part 2, Part 4 or Part 6 of Appendix IA.

co-pilot type endorsement means a type endorsement specified in Part 3 or Part 5 of Appendix I.

overseas aeroplane endorsement means a qualification (whether it is called an endorsement, rating or authority, or is known by some other name):

(a)   that authorises its holder to fly a particular type of aeroplane, or aeroplanes included in a class of aeroplanes; and

(b)   that was issued by the responsible authority of a Contracting State.

8          Requirements for the issue of special design feature endorsements

       8.1     For the purposes of subregulation 5.23 (1), the requirements for the issue of a special design feature endorsement are:

(a)   the person seeking the endorsement must:

             (i)  hold a student pilot licence, an aeroplane pilot licence, or a certificate of validation that has effect as if it were such a licence; and

            (ii)  undertake flying training, or training in an approved synthetic flight trainer, in the operating limitations, procedures and systems of an aeroplane fitted with the special design feature for which the endorsement is sought; and

           (iii)  satisfy the person who conducted the training mentioned in sub‑subparagraph (ii) that the first-mentioned person can safely fly an aeroplane fitted with the special design feature; or

(b)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold or have held a pilot qualification:

             (i)  that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the special design feature endorsement sought; and

            (ii)  that was issued to the person by someone other than CASA for the purposes of the person’s service in the Defence Force of Australia; or

(c)   the person seeking the endorsement must hold an overseas special design feature endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the special design feature endorsement sought; or

(ca)  the person seeking the endorsement must give to CASA the following:

             (i)  documents from the training provider that show that he or she has completed all the training and testing required for the issue of an overseas aeroplane endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the special design feature endorsement sought;

            (ii)  documents from the relevant authority that show that the organisation or individual who conducted the training was approved by the authority at the time of the training and assessment for the issue of the overseas endorsement;

           (iii)  information that will enable CASA to verify the documents provided; or

(d)   both the following conditions are satisfied:

             (i)  the person seeking the endorsement has successfully completed training for the issue of an overseas special design feature endorsement that CASA is satisfied is at least equivalent to the special design feature endorsement sought;

            (ii)  the responsible authority of the Contracting State where the training was completed has given CASA a written statement to the effect that the training would qualify a person for the issue of the overseas special design feature endorsement in that State.

       8.2     In deciding whether an overseas special design feature endorsement is equivalent to a special design feature endorsement for an aeroplane, CASA must take into account:

(a)   what the endorsement authorises its holder to do; and

(b)   the training required for the issue of the endorsement; and

(c)   any other matter that it thinks relevant in the interests of the safety of air navigation.

       8.3     In this subsection:

overseas special design feature endorsement means a qualification (whether it is called an endorsement, rating or authority, or is known by some other name):

(a)   that authorises the holder of the qualification to fly aeroplanes fitted with a special design feature; and

(b)   that was issued by the responsible authority of a Contracting State.

8A       Conditions on aircraft endorsements

    8A.1     For the purposes of regulation 5.25, it is a condition of each command endorsement that authorises the holder of the endorsement to fly an aeroplane with a maximum take-off weight of more than 5 700 kg that the holder of the endorsement must not act as pilot in command of such an aeroplane if:

(a)   the aeroplane is engaged in charter operations, or regular public transport operations; and

(b)   the aeroplane’s flight manual specifies that it may be flown under the I.F.R.;

                 unless the holder satisfies the aeronautical experience requirements set out in paragraph 8A.2.

    8A.2     Unless CASA otherwise approves, the endorsement holder’s aeronautical experience must consist of:

(a)   at least 50 hours of flight time as pilot acting in command under supervision in the type of aeroplane concerned; or

(b)   at least:

             (i)  25 hours of flight time as pilot acting in command under supervision in the type of aeroplane concerned; and

            (ii)  the successful completion of an approved training course conducted in an approved synthetic flight trainer.

Note   The circumstances in which a person may fly an aircraft as pilot acting in command under supervision are set out in regulation 5.40.

    8A.3     Unless CASA otherwise directs, the flight time mentioned in subparagraph 8A.2 (a) and sub‑subparagraph 8A.2 (b) (i) must include at least 10 flights each of at least 45 minutes.

    8A.4     CASA may approve:

(a)   a training course; and

(b)   a synthetic flight trainer;

for the purposes of sub‑subparagraph 8A.2 (b) (ii).

    8A.5     In this subsection:

command endorsement means a type endorsement specified in Part 2 or Part 4 of Appendix I or a class endorsement specified in Part 1, Part 3 or Part 5 of Appendix IA.

8B       Conditions on Mitsubishi MU-2B endorsements

                 For the purposes of regulation 5.25, it is a condition of the MU-2 class endorsement that to act as pilot in command of a Mitsubishi MU-2 aeroplane the holder must meet the following requirements:

(a)   the aeronautical experience must include at least:

             (i)  50 hours acting in command, or in command under supervision, of an MU-2 aeroplane; or

            (ii)  50 hours acting in command of other turbine engined aeroplanes and 30 hours acting as pilot in command under supervision of an MU-2 aeroplane;

(b)   within the previous 12 months, he or she must have satisfactorily completed a proficiency check in an MU-2 aeroplane conducted by a person approved by CASA for this purpose;

(c)   within the previous 90 days, he or she must have completed 1 hour of flight time including 3 landings in an MU-2 aeroplane;

(d)   within the previous 24 months and before operating an MU-2 aeroplane in known or forecast icing conditions, he or she must have viewed the Mitsubishi Icing Awareness Training (IAT) video YET-01295 and have the manufacturer’s logbook certification sticker entered in his or her logbook as evidence of viewing this video;

(e)   he or she may conduct type conversion training in an MU-2 aeroplane only if specifically approved by CASA.

9          Log books

       9.5     For the purposes of subregulation 5.52 (2), the information about each flight must include:

(a)   the date of each flight; and

(b)   the type of aeroplane flown; and

(c)   the registration marks of the aeroplane flown; and

(d)   the point of departure and the destination of each flight; and

(e)   the nature of each flight; and

(f)    the time flown on instruments; and

(g)   time flown in single and multi-engined aeroplanes by day and by night; and

(h)   in accordance with subsection 10, the capacity in which the person flew the aeroplane.

10        Logging of flight time

     10.2     Flight time during which a pilot is under dual instruction shall be entered in his or her log book as “dual” and the pilot giving the instruction shall make entries in the log book of the pilot under instruction showing the nature of the instruction given.

     10.3     The holder of a student pilot licence may log as time in command only that time during which he or she is the sole occupant of an aeroplane in flight.

     10.4     The holder of a private pilot (aeroplane) licence may log as time in command only that time during which he or she is the sole manipulator of the controls of an aeroplane.

     10.5     The holder of a commercial pilot (aeroplane) licence may log as time in command the total time elapsed during his or her command, in flight, of an aeroplane. He or she may log as co-pilot the total time during which he or she serves as co-pilot.

     10.6     The holder of a multi-crew (aeroplane) pilot licence must log his or her flight time as follows:

(a)   any flight time during which the holder acts as co-pilot while the aeroplane is engaged in:

             (i)  any operation under an AOC that authorises charter operations or regular public transport operations; or

            (ii)  a private operation;

        must be entered in the holder’s log book as time as co-pilot;

(b)   any flight time during which the holder acts as pilot in command while the aeroplane is engaged in:

             (i)  a private operation; or

            (ii)  flying training operations in a single place aeroplane for the purpose of increasing the holder’s flying skill;

        must be entered in the holder’s log book as time in command.

     10.7     The holder of an air transport pilot (aeroplane) licence must log his or her flight time in accordance with whichever of the following is applicable:

(a)   any flight time during which the licence holder acts as pilot in command must be entered in his or her log book as time in command;

(b)   any flight time during which the licence holder acts as pilot in command under supervision must be entered in his or her log book as time in command under supervision;

(c)   any flight time during which the licence holder acts as co-pilot must be entered in his or her log book as time as co-pilot.

     10.8     The holder of a flight instructor (aeroplane) rating may log as time in command the total flight time during which he or she is acting as an instructor, but log entries shall show that the flight time was as an instructor.

     10.9     Instrument flight time may be logged by the pilot monitoring or providing input to the autopilot/auto-stabilisation equipment when it is engaged or by the pilot manually manipulating the controls when the aircraft is flown by reference to instruments under either actual or simulated instrument flight conditions.

Note   Instrument flight time shall only be logged by 1 pilot at a time.

Appendix I

            Type endorsements

            Part 1

Column 1
Endorsement

Column 2
Aeroplane type

ANGEL 44

ANGEL AIRCRAFT ANGEL 44

ANSON

AVRO 652A MK1

BEAGLE 206

BEAGLE B206C

BE-76

BEECH 76 (DUCHESS)

BN-2T

BRITTEN NORMAN BN-2T

BN-3

BRITTEN NORMAN B-2A MK III-I

CATALINA (LAND ONLY)

CONSOLIDATED PBY-6A

CRICRI

CRI-CRI CRIQUET

AERO 145

CZECHOSLOVAK AUTOMOBILE AND    AIRCRAFT AERO 145

DH89A

DE HAVILLAND DH-89A

DHC3-T

DE HAVILLAND CANADA DHC-3    (TURBINE OTTER)

SEASTAR

DORNIER SEASTAR

G21

GRUMMAN G-21 (GOOSE)

G44

GRUMMAN G-44A

G73

GRUMMAN G-73

G73T

GRUMMAN G-73 (ALL TURBINE MODELS)

GA7

GRUMMAN GA-7

FU-24 STALLION

AIRPARTS FU-24 STALLION

KODIAK

QUEST AIRCRAFT KODIAK

L12

LOCKHEED 12-A

L18

LOCKHEED 18

SM-1019

MARCHETTI SM-1019 (all Rolls Royce Allison    powered models)

P166

PIAGGIO P.166

PC-6 (TURBINE)

PILATUS TURBO PORTER

PC-9

PILATUS PC-9

REIMS F406

REIMS F406

RUTAN DEFIANT

RUTAN DEFIANT

SKYCAR

OMA SUD SKYCAR

 

            Part 2

Column 1
Endorsement

Column 2
Aeroplane type

HS125-700B

BRITISH AEROSPACE BAe-125-700B

CESSNA 650

CESSNA 650

CESSNA 680

CESSNA 680 SOVEREIGN

DHC4

DE HAVILLAND CANADA DHC-4A

F-VIIB/3M

FAA F-VIIB/3M

GRUMMAN HU-16A

GRUMMAN ALBATROSS HU-16A

L-10A

LOCKHEED L-10A

NORD 262A

NORD 262A

TWIN PIONEER

SCOTTISH AVIATION TWIN PIONEER

SC-7

SHORTS SC-7 SKYVAN

SD3-30

SHORTS SD3-30

 

            Part 3

Column 1
Endorsement

Column 2
Aeroplane type

CO-PILOT HS125-700B

BRITISH AEROSPACE BAe-125-700B

CO-PILOT CESSNA 650

CESSNA 650

CO-PILOT CESSNA 680

CESSNA 680 SOVEREIGN

CO-PILOT DHC4

DE HAVILLAND CANADA DHC-4A

CO-PILOT F-VIIB/3M

FAA F-VIIB/3M

CO-PILOT GRUMMAN    HU‑16A

GRUMMAN HU-16A

CO-PILOT L-10A

LOCKHEED L-10A

CO-PILOT NORD 262A

NORD 262A

CO-PILOT TWIN PIONEER

SCOTTISH AVIATION TWIN PIONEER

CO-PILOT SC-7

SHORTS SC-7 SKYVAN

CO-PILOT SD3-30

SHORTS SD3-30

 

            Part 4

Column 1
Endorsement

Column 2
Aeroplane type

A300

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A300-B4-203

B717-200

BOEING 717-200 SERIES

CONVAIR 580

CONVAIR TURBO PROP 580

DHC7-100

DE HAVILLAND DHC7-100 (DASH 7)

EMB-500

EMBRAER PHENOM 100 (EMB-500)

EMB-505

EMBRAER PHENOM 300 (EMB-505)

MD-11

DOUGLAS MD-11

FK-50

FOKKER F27 MK 50

G-III

GULFSTREAM G-III

J-41

JETSTREAM J-41

SF 2000

SAAB 2000

 

            Part 5

Column 1
Endorsement

Column 2
Aeroplane type

CO-PILOT A300

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A300-B4-203

CO-PILOT B717-200

BOEING 717-200 SERIES

CO-PILOT CONVAIR 580

CONVAIR TURBO PROP 580

CO-PILOT DHC7-100

DE HAVILLAND DHC7-100 (DASH 7)

CO-PILOT EMB-500

EMBRAER PHENOM 100 (EMB-500)

CO-PILOT EMB-505

EMBRAER PHENOM 300 (EMB-505)

CO-PILOT SEASTAR

DORNIER SEASTAR

CO-PILOT MD-11

DOUGLAS MD-11

CO-PILOT FK-50

FOKKER F27 MK 50

CO-PILOT G-III

GULFSTREAM G-III

CO-PILOT J-41

JETSTREAM J-41

CO-PILOT SF 2000

SAAB 2000

 

            Part 6

Column 1
Endorsement

Column 2
Aeroplane type

No endorsements under Part 6 at present

 

Appendix IA

            Class endorsements

            Part 1

AERO COM

AN-2

AP68TP

AYRES TURBO (PT6)

AYRES TURBO (TPE 331)

TURBO COM

HS65

TWIN BONANZA

BARON/TRAVELAIR

BE-18

BE-60

BE-65*

BE-90

BE-200

BE-300*

BN-2*

C208

C208 (TPE331)

C303

C310/340

C337

C402/421

C425

C441

C525

CRESCO

DA-42

DH84

DH104

DHA 3

DHC-2T

DHC 6

BANDEIRANTE

EX500

HARBIN

KODIAK

L200

LANCAIR(T)

LEZA

NOMAD

P210(T)

P2006T

PN68

PA23

PA30/39

PA31

PA31T

PA34

PA36-PT6A

PA42

PA44

PA 46-500TP

PC 12

PZL M-18 (TPE 331)

SINGLE ENGINE AEROPLANES NOT EXCEEDING 5 700 KG MAXIMUM TAKE‑OFF WEIGHT*

AEROSTAR 600

SOLOY 206

SOCATA TBM

Note   The endorsements marked with an * are given an extended effect by Appendix VI.

            Part 1A

L-39

AIRACOBRA

AVENGER

BOOMERANG

CESSNA A37

L-29

F-4U

FIAT G59

FURY

GALEB

GNAT

HUNTER

ISKRA

KITTYHAWK

ME109

MIG 15

MIG 17

MIG 21

MUSTANG

S-211

SABRE

SPITFIRE

STRIKEMASTER

TROJAN

VAMPIRE

YAK

            Part 2

CO-PILOT BANDEIRANTE

CO-PILOT BE-18

CO-PILOT BE-90

CO-PILOT BE-200

CO-PILOT BE-300*

CO-PILOT C525

CO-PILOT DHC 6

Note   The endorsement marked with an * is given an extended effect by Appendix VI.

            Part 3

MAGISTER

METRO 3*

MERLIN III/METRO II

MU-2

B-25

BEAUFORT

CANBERRA

CATALINA

DC-3TP

DOUGLAS B-26

FIREFLY

LET 410/420

TRACKER

HUDSON

METEOR

NEPTUNE

VENTURA

Note   The endorsement marked with an * is given an extended effect by Appendix VI.

            Part 4

CO-PILOT METRO 3*

CO-PILOT MERLIN III/METRO II

CO-PILOT B-25

CO-PILOT CATALINA

CO-PILOT DC-3TP

CO-PILOT DOUGLAS B-26

CO-PILOT LET 410/420

CO-PILOT TRACKER

CO-PILOT NEPTUNE

CO-PILOT VENTURA

Note   The endorsement marked with an * is given an extended effect by Appendix VI.

            Part 5

A300/310

A320

A330

A340

A380

ASTRA 1125

ATR 42/72

BAC1-11

BE-1900

BE-400

B707

B727-100/200

B737-100/200

B737-300 to 900

B747

B747-400

B757/767

B777/787

BAe 125-800

BAe 125-1000

HS125-F400

HS125-600

BAe ATP

BAe 31/32

BAe 146

HS 748

BBD-700

BRASILIA

CL-30

CL-65

CL-600/601

CL-604

C500

C510

C550/560*

C560XL

C750

CASA212

CV240/340/440

EA500

FALCON 7X

FALCON 2000

FALCON 2000 EASy

FALCON 20/200

FALCON 50/900

FALCON 900 EASy

FALCON 10/100

DH114

DHC 8

DC3

DC-4

DC-8

DC9

MD-80

DO228

DO328-100

DO328-JET

EMB 135/145

ERJ170/190

FK-27

FK-28

FK-70/100

G-IV

G200

G150

HAWKER 4000

LR 24/25

LR 31/35/36

LR 45

LR 55

LR 60

L-188

L-382

L-1011

L-1049

PIAGGIO P180

GULFSTREAM I

GULFSTREAM II

GULFSTREAM V

WESTWIND

RA390

SF340

SD3-60

SJ30

Note   The endorsement marked with an * is given an extended effect by Appendix VI.

            Part 6

CO-PILOT A300/310

CO-PILOT A320

CO-PILOT A330

CO-PILOT A340

CO-PILOT A380

CO-PILOT ASTRA 1125

CO-PILOT ATR 42/72

CO-PILOT BAC1-11

CO-PILOT BE-1900

CO-PILOT BE-400

CO-PILOT B707

CO-PILOT B727-100/200

CO-PILOT B737-100/200

CO-PILOT B737-300 to 900

CO-PILOT B747

CO-PILOT B747-400

CO-PILOT B757/767

CO-PILOT B777/787

CO-PILOT BAe 125-800

CO-PILOT BAe 125-1000

CO-PILOT HS125-F400

CO-PILOT HS125-600

CO-PILOT BAe ATP

CO-PILOT BAe 31/32

CO-PILOT BAe 146

CO-PILOT HS 748

CO-PILOT BBD-700

CO-PILOT BRASILIA

CO-PILOT CL-30

CO-PILOT CL-65

CO-PILOT CL-600/601

CO-PILOT CL-604

CO-PILOT C500

CO-PILOT C510

CO-PILOT C550/560*

CO-PILOT C560XL

CO-PILOT C750

CO-PILOT CASA212

CO-PILOT CV240/340/440

CO-PILOT EA500

CO-PILOT FALCON 7X

CO-PILOT FALCON 2000

CO-PILOT FALCON 2000 EASy

CO-PILOT FALCON 20/200

CO-PILOT FALCON 50/900

CO-PILOT FALCON 900 EASy

CO-PILOT FALCON 10/100

CO-PILOT DH114

CO-PILOT DHC 8

CO-PILOT DC3

CO-PILOT DC-4

CO-PILOT DC-8

CO-PILOT DC9

CO-PILOT MD-80

CO-PILOT DO228

CO-PILOT DO328-100

CO-PILOT DO328-JET

CO-PILOT EMB 135/145

CO-PILOT ERJ170/190

CO-PILOT FK-27

CO-PILOT FK-28

CO-PILOT FK-70/100

CO-PILOT G-IV

CO-PILOT G200

CO-PILOT G150

CO-PILOT HAWKER 4000

CO-PILOT LR 24/25

CO-PILOT LR 31/35/36

CO-PILOT LR 45

CO-PILOT LR 55

CO-PILOT LR 60

CO-PILOT L-188

CO-PILOT L-382

CO-PILOT L-1011

CO-PILOT L-1049

CO-PILOT PIAGGIO P180

CO-PILOT GULFSTREAM I

CO-PILOT GULFSTREAM II

CO-PILOT GULFSTREAM V

CO-PILOT WESTWIND

CO-PILOT RA390

CO-PILOT SF340

CO-PILOT SD3-60

CO-PILOT SJ30

Note   The endorsement marked with an * is given an extended effect by Appendix VI.

Appendix IB

Aeroplanes included in classes

Note   For form of endorsement see Appendix IA

Part 1             Civilian aircraft

Item

Column 2
Class

Column 3
Aeroplanes included in class

 

 

 

1.

AERO COM

AERO COMMANDER 500 (all models)

AERO COMMANDER 560 (all models)

AERO COMMANDER 680 (all models including pressurised, except turbine engines)

ROCKWELL 685

 

 

 

2.

TURBO COM

AERO COMMANDER 680 (all turbine engine models)

AERO COMMANDER 681 (all models)

AERO COMMANDER 690 (all models)

GULFSTREAM 695 (all models)

ROCKWELL 690 (all models)

 

 

 

3.

A300/310

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A300-600R

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A310-304

 

 

 

4.

A320

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A318 SERIES

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A319 SERIES

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A320 SERIES

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A321 SERIES

 

 

 

5.

A330

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A330-200 SERIES

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A330-300 SERIES

 

 

 

6.

A340

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A340-200 SERIES

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A340-300 SERIES

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A340-500 SERIES

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A340-600 SERIES

 

 

 

7.

A380

AIRBUS INDUSTRIES A380-800 SERIES

 

 

 

8.

AN-2

ANTONOV AN-2 (all models)

PZL-MIEL AN-2 (all models)

 

 

 

9.

HS65

ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH AW650-101

ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH AW650-222

 

 

 

10.

ATR42/72

Avions De Transport Regional ATR 42 SERIES

Avions De Transport Regional ATR 72 SERIES

 

 

 

11.

AYRES TURBO (PT6)

AYRES S2R (all PT6 or Walter/GE powered models)

AIR TRACTOR AT (all PT6 or Walter/GE powered models)

 

 

 

12.

AYRES TURBO
(TPE 331)

AYRES S2R (all GARRETT TPE 331 models)

AIR TRACTOR AT 301 (all GARRETT TPE 331 models)

ROCKWELL S-2 (all GARRETT TPE 331 models)

 

 

 

13.

TWIN BONANZA

BEECH 50 (TWIN BONANZA) (all models)

 

 

 

14.

BARON/TRAVELAIR

BEECH/RAYTHEON 58 (all models including pressurised)

BEECH/RAYTHEON 95 (all models, including 55, 56 and 95)

 

 

 

15.

BE-18

BEECH 18 (all models)

 

 

 

16.

BE-60

BEECH 60 (all models)

 

 

 

17.

BE-65

BEECH 65 (QUEEN AIR) (all models)

BEECH 70 (QUEEN AIR) (all models)

 

 

 

18.

BE-90

BEECH/RAYTHEON 90 (KING AIR) (all models)

BEECH/RAYTHEON 99 (all models)

BEECH/RAYTHEON 100 (KING AIR) (all models)

 

 

 

19.

BE-200

BEECH/RAYTHEON 200 (SUPER KING AIR) (all models)

BEECH/RAYTHEON 300LW (SUPER KING AIR)

 

 

 

20.

BE-300

BEECH/RAYTHEON 300 (SUPER KING AIR 350) (all models except 300LW)

 

 

 

21.

BE-400

BEECH/RAYTHEON 400 (all models)

MITSUBISHI MU-300 (all models)

 

 

 

22.

BE-1900

BEECH/RAYTHEON 1900 (all models)

 

 

 

23.

B707

BOEING 707-100 SERIES

BOEING 707-200 SERIES

BOEING 707-300 SERIES

 

 

 

24.

B727-100/200

BOEING B727-100 SERIES

BOEING B727-200 SERIES

 

 

 

25.

B737-100/200

BOEING 737-100 SERIES

BOEING 737-200 SERIES

 

 

 

26.

B737-300 to 900

BOEING 737-300 SERIES

BOEING 737-400 SERIES

BOEING 737-500 SERIES

BOEING 737-600 SERIES

BOEING 737-700 SERIES

BOEING 737-800 SERIES

BOEING 737-900 SERIES

 

 

 

27.

B747

BOEING 747-100 SERIES

BOEING 747-200 SERIES

BOEING 747-300 SERIES

BOEING 747SP

 

 

 

28.

B747-400

BOEING 747-400 SERIES

 

 

 

29.

B757/767

BOEING 757-200 series

BOEING 757-300 series

BOEING 767-200 series

BOEING 767-300 series

 

 

 

30.

B777/787

BOEING 777-200 SERIES

BOEING 777-300 SERIES

BOEING 787-8 SERIES

 

 

 

31.

BBD-700

BOMBARDIER BD-700 (all models)

 

 

 

32.

CL-30

BOMBADIER BD-100 (CHALLENGER 300)

 

 

 

33.

CL-65

BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 800 SERIES

CANADAIR REGIONAL JET 100 SERIES

CANADAIR REGIONAL JET 200 SERIES

CANADAIR REGIONAL JET 700 SERIES

CANADAIR REGIONAL JET 900 SERIES

 

 

 

34.

CL-600/601

CANADAIR CHALLENGER 600 SERIES

CHALLENGER 601 SERIES

 

 

 

35.

CL-604

BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 604
BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 605

 

 

 

36.

LR 24/25

GATES LEARJET 24 (all models)

GATES LEARJET 25 (all models)

GATES LEARJET 28 (all models)

GATES LEARJET 29 (all models)

 

 

 

37.

LR 31/35/36

GATES LEARJET 31 (all models)

GATES LEARJET 35 (all models)

GATES LEARJET 36 (all models)

 

 

 

38.

LR 45

LEARJET 40 (all models)

LEARJET 45 (all models)

 

 

 

39.

LR 55

GATES LEARJET 55 (all models)

 

 

 

40.

LR 60

LEARJET 60 (all models)

41.

HS125-F400

BRITISH AEROSPACE 125-F400

BRITISH AEROSPACE 125-F400A

 

 

 

42.

HS125-600

BRITISH AEROSPACE 125-600

BRITISH AEROSPACE 125-600B

 

 

 

43.

BAe 125-800

BAe 125-800 (all models)

HAWKER 800 (all models)

HAWKER 850

HAWKER 750

HAWKER 900

 

 

 

44.

BAe 125-1000

RAYTHEON/BAe 125-1000 (all models)

 

 

 

45.

BAe 146

BAe AVRO 146 RJ70 (all models)

BAe AVRO 146-RJ100

BAe 146-100 series

BAe 146-200 series

BAe 146-300 series

 

 

 

46.

HS748

BAe HS 748 (all models)

 

 

 

47.

BAe 31/32

BRITISH AEROSPACE 3100-3107

BRITISH AEROSPACE 3200-3207

 

 

 

48.

BAe ATP

BRITISH AEROSPACE ATP (all models)

BRITISH AEROSPACE J-61 (all models)

 

 

 

49.

BAC1-11

BRITISH AIRCRAFT CORPORATION

BAC1-11 (all models)

BRITISH AEROSPACE BAC1-11 (all models)

 

 

 

50.

BN-2

BRITTEN NORMAN BN2 (ISLANDER) (all models except BN-2T (TURBINE) and BN2-A Mk III (TRISLANDER))

 

 

 

51.

CASA212

EADS CASA 212 and CONSTRUCCIONES AERONAUTICAS SA CASA C212 (all models)

 

 

 

52.

C208

CESSNA C208 (All PT6 powered models)

 

 

 

53.

C208 (TPE331)

CESSNA C208 (All TPE 331 powered models)

 

 

 

54.

C303

CESSNA 303 (all models)

 

 

 

55.

C310/340

CESSNA 310 (all models)

CESSNA 320 (all models)

CESSNA 340 (all models)

 

 

 

56.

CESSNA A37

CESSNA A37 (DRAGONFLY) (all models)

 

 

 

57.

C337

CESSNA 336

CESSNA 337 (SKYMASTER) (all models including pressurised)

 

 

 

58.

C402/421

CESSNA 401 (all models)

CESSNA 402 (all models)

CESSNA 404 (TITAN) (all models)

CESSNA 411 (all models)

CESSNA 414 (all models)

CESSNA 421 (GOLDEN EAGLE) (all models)

 

 

 

59.

C425

CESSNA 425 (CONQUEST I) (all models)

 

 

 

60.

C441

CESSNA 441 (CONQUEST II) (all models)

 

 

 

61.

C500

CESSNA 500 (CITATION) (all models)

CESSNA 501 (CITATION I) (all models)

 

 

 

62.

C510

CESSNA 510 MUSTANG

 

 

 

63.

C525

CESSNA 525 (all models)

 

 

 

64.

C550/560

CESSNA 550 (CITATION II and BRAVO) (all models)

CESSNA S550 (CITATION S/II) (all models)

CESSNA 560 (CITATION V) (all models)

 

 

 

65.

C560XL

CESSNA 560XL (Excel)

CESSNA 560 XLS

 

 

 

66.

C750

CESSNA 750 (Citation X)

 

 

 

67.

P210(T)

CESSNA P210 (all turbine powered models)

 

 

 

68.

SOLOY 206 (TURBINE)

CESSNA 206 (TURBINE)

SOLOY 206 (TURBINE)

 

 

 

69.

CATALINA

CONSOLIDATED PBY-5 (all models)

CONSOLIDATED PBY-6 (all models)

 

 

 

70.

CV240/340/440

CONVAIR 240/340/400 series

CONVAIR C131 and T-29 (all models)

 

 

 

71.

L200

CZECHOSLOVAK AUTOMOBILE AND

AIRCRAFT L200 (all models)

 

 

 

72.

FALCON 20/200

DASSAULT FALCON C

DASSAULT FALCON D

DASSAULT FALCON E

DASSAULT FALCON F

DASSAULT FALCON G

DASSAULT MYSTERE-FALCON 20 (all models)

DASSAULT MYSTERE-FALCON 200 (all models)

 

 

 

73.

FALCON 50/900

DASSAULT MYSTERE-FALCON 50 (all models)

DASSAULT MYSTERE-FALCON 900 (all models)

DASSAULT FALCON 50 (all models)

DASSAULT FALCON 900 (all models except EASy models)

 

 

 

74.

FALCON 900EASy

DASSAULT FALCON 900 (all EASy models)

 

 

 

75.

FALCON 7X

DASSAULT FALCON 7X

 

 

 

76.

FALCON 10/100

DASSAULT FALCON 10 (all models)

DASSAULT FALCON 100

 

 

 

77.

FALCON 2000

DASSAULT FALCON 2000 (all models except EASy models)

 

 

 

78.

FALCON 2000 EASy

DASSAULT FALCON 2000 (all EASy models)

 

 

 

79.

DH84

DE HAVILLAND DH 84

DE HAVILLAND DH 84A (DRAGON)

 

 

 

80.

DH104

DE HAVILLAND DH 104 (DOVE/DEVON) (all models)

 

 

 

81.

DH114

DE HAVILLAND DH 114 (HERON and SEA HERON) (all models)

 

 

 

82.

DHA 3

DE HAVILLAND DHA 3-2

 

 

 

83.

DHC-2T

DE HAVILLAND DHC-2 (all turbine powered models)

 

 

 

84.

DHC6

DE HAVILLAND DHC6 (all models)

VIKING DHC6 (all models)

 

 

 

85.

DHC 8

BOMBARDIER DHC8-400

DE HAVILLAND DHC8-100

DE HAVILLAND DHC8-200

DE HAVILLAND DHC8-300

 

 

 

86.

DA-42

DIAMOND DA-42 (all models)

 

 

 

87.

DO228

DORNIER 228 (all models)

 

 

 

88.

DO328-100

DORNIER 328-100 (all models)

 

 

 

89.

DO328-JET

DORNIER 328-300 (all models)

 

 

 

90.

DC3

DOUGLAS DC3 (all piston engine models)

DOUGLAS C47 (all piston engine models)

 

 

 

91.

DC4

DOUGLAS DC 4 (all models)

DOUGLAS C54 (all models)

 

 

 

92.

DC-3TP

DOUGLAS DC-3 (all PT-6 powered models)

 

 

 

93.

DC-8

DOUGLAS DC-8 (all models)

 

 

 

94.

DC9

DOUGLAS DC9-10 SERIES

DOUGLAS DC9-20 SERIES

DOUGLAS DC9-30 SERIES

DOUGLAS DC9-40 SERIES

DOUGLAS DC9-50 SERIES

 

 

 

95.

EA500

ECLIPSE 500

 

 

 

96.

BANDEIRANTE

EMBRAER EMB 110-P1

EMBRAER EMB 110-P2 (BANDEIRANTE)

 

 

 

97.

EMB 135/145

EMBRAER 135 (all models)

EMBRAER 140 (all models)

EMBRAER 145 (all models)

LEGACY 600

LEGACY 650

 

 

 

98.

BRASILIA

EMBRAER EMB-120RT

EMBRAER EMB-120ER

 

 

 

99.

ERJ170/190

EMBRAER ERJ 170 SERIES

EMBRAER ERJ 190 SERIES

EMBRAER LINEAGE 1000

 

 

 

100.

SJ30

EMIVEST AEROSPACE SJ30

 

 

 

101.

EX500

EXTRA 500

 

 

 

102.

MERLIN III/METRO II

FAIRCHILD SA 226 (MERLIN IIIB, MERLIN IVB, METRO II) (all models)

SWEARINGEN SA 226 (MERLIN IIIB, MERLIN IVA, METRO II) (all models)

 

 

 

103.

METRO 3

FAIRCHILD SA227 (MERLIN IIIC, METRO III and 23) (all models)

SWEARINGEN SA227 (MERLIN IIIC, METRO III and 23) (all models)

 

 

 

104.

FK-27

FOKKER F27-100

FOKKER F27-200

FOKKER F27-400

FOKKER F27-500

FOKKER F27-600

FOKKER F27-700

 

 

 

105.

FK-28

FOKKER F28-1000

FOKKER F28-3000

FOKKER F28-4000

 

 

 

106.

FK-70/100

FOKKER F28-0070

FOKKER F28-0100

 

 

 

107.

NOMAD

GOVERNMENT AIRCRAFT FACTORY N22 (all models)

GOVERNMENT AIRCRAFT FACTORY N24 (all models)

 

 

 

108.

GULFSTREAM I

GRUMMAN G159 (all models)

 

 

 

109.

GULFSTREAM II

GRUMMAN G1159 (all models)

 

 

 

110.

GULFSTREAM V

GULFSTREAM V

GULFSTREAM 350

GULFSTREAM 450

GULFSTREAM 500

GULFSTREAM 550

 

 

 

111.

G-IV

GULFSTREAM IV (all models)

GULFSTREAM G300

GULFSTREAM G400

 

 

 

112.

WESTWIND

ISRAEL AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES 1124 (all models)

 

 

 

113.

ASTRA 1125

ISRAEL AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES 1125 (all models)

GULFSTREAM 100 (G100)

 

 

 

114.

G150

GULFSTREAM G150

 

 

 

115.

G200

ISRAEL AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES 1126 (all models)

GULFSTREAM 200 (G200)

 

 

 

116.

HARBIN

HARBIN Y-12 (all models)

 

 

 

117.

LANCAIR(T)

LANCAIR (all turbine powered models)

118.

LEZA

LEZA Aircam

 

 

 

119.

L-188

LOCKHEED L-188A

LOCKHEED L-188C

 

 

 

120.

L-1011

LOCKHEED L-1011 (all models)

 

 

 

121.

L-1049

LOCKHEED L-1049

LOCKHEED C-121C

 

 

 

122.

L-382

L100-30 (all 3 crew models)

 

 

 

123.

MD-80

DOUGLAS DC9-80 SERIES 6 (powered models)

MCDONNELL DOUGLAS MD-80 SERIES

MCDONNELL DOUGLAS MD-90

 

 

 

124.

MU-2

MITSUBISHI MU 2B (all models)

 

 

 

125.

CRESCO

PACIFIC AEROSPACE CRESCO (all models)

PAC 750 XL

AIRPARTS/Fletcher FU-24 (all PT-6 or Walter M601 powered models)

 

 

 

126.

PN68

PARTENAVIA P68 (all models)

VULCANAIR P68 (all models)

VULCANAIR Vr

 

 

 

127.

PA23

PIPER PA23 (APACHE) (all models)

PIPER PA23 (AZTEC) (all models)

 

 

 

128.

PA30/39

PIPER PA30 (TWIN COMMANCHE) (all models)

PIPER PA39 (TWIN COMMANCHE) (all models)

 

 

 

129.

PA31

PIPER PA31 (NAVAJO and CHIEFTAIN) (all models including pressurised models, except turbine powered)

EMBRAER EMB-820 (all models)

 

 

 

130.

PA31T

PIPER PA31 (CHEYENNE and CHEYENNE I, CHEYENNE II, and CHEYENNE IIXL) (all PA 31‑T (turbine powered) models)

 

 

 

131.

PA34

PIPER PA34 (all SENECA models)

 

 

 

132.

PA36-PT6A

PIPER PA-36 (all PT6A powered models)

 

 

 

133.

PA42

PIPER PA42 (CHEYENNE III and CHEYENNE 400) (all models)

 

 

 

134.

PA44

PIPER PA44 SEMINOLE (all models)

135.

PA46-500TP

PIPER PA46-500TP (MALIBU MERIDAN TURBOPROP) (all PT6A powered models)

 

 

 

136.

AEROSTAR 600

PIPER PA60 AEROSTAR (all models, including pressurised)

TED SMITH AIRCRAFT AEROSTAR (all models, including pressurised)

 

 

 

137.

PC 12

PILATUS PC-12 (all models)

 

 

 

138.

PIAGGIO P180

PIAGGIO P180 AVANTI (all models)

 

 

 

139.

PZL M-18 (TPE 331)

PZL M-18 (all TPE 331 powered models)

 

 

 

140.

KODIAK

QUEST AIRCRAFT KODIAK 100

 

 

 

141.

RA390

RAYTHEON PREMIER 1 (all models)

 

 

 

142.

HAWKER 4000

RAYTHEON HAWKER 4000

 

 

 

143.

SD3-60

SHORT BROTHERS SD3-60 (all models)

 

 

 

144.

SINGLE ENGINE AEROPLANES NOT EXCEEDING 5 700KG MAXIMUM TAKE‑OFF WEIGHT

All single engine aeroplanes not exceeding 5 700 kg maximum take-off weight, except for those listed elsewhere in an Appendix to this Order as requiring a specific type or class endorsement

 

 

 

145.

SOCATA TBM

SOCATA TBM 700 (all models)

SOCATA TBM 850

 

 

 

146.

SF340

SAAB 340 (all models)

 

 

 

147.

P2006T

TECNAM P2006T

 

 

 

148.

AP68TP

VULCANAIR A-VIATOR (AP68TP-600)

 

Part 2             Ex‑military aircraft

 

Item

Column 2
Class

Column 3
Aeroplanes included in class

 

 

 

1.

L-29

AERO VODOCHODY L-29 (DELPHIN) (all models)

 

 

 

2.

L-39

AERO VODOCHODY L-39 (ALBATROS) (all models)

 

 

 

3.

AIRACOBRA

BELL P-39 (all models)

 

 

 

4.

STRIKEMASTER

BAC 167 (all models)

BAC JET PROVOST (all models)

 

 

 

5.

BEAUFORT

BEAUFORT (all models)

6.

F-4U

CHANCE-VOUGHT F-4U CORSAIR

 

 

 

7.

BOOMERANG

CAC CA-12 (all models)

CAC CA-13 (all models)

CAC CA-19 (all models)

 

 

 

8.

KITTYHAWK

CURTISS P-40 (all models)

 

 

 

9.

VAMPIRE

DE HAVILLAND DH-115 VAMPIRE (all models)

 

 

 

10.

DOUGLAS B-26

DOUGLAS A-26 INVADER (all models)
DOUGLAS B-26 INVADER (all models)

 

 

 

11.

CANBERRA

HANDLEY PAGE CANBERRA TT 18

ENGLISH ELECTRIC CANBERRA (all models)

 

 

 

12.

FIREFLY

FAIREY FIREFLY (all models)

 

 

 

13.

FIAT G59

FIAT G59 (all models)

 

 

 

14.

GNAT

FOLLAND GNAT

 

 

 

15.

MAGISTER

FOUGA CM-170

 

 

 

16.

METEOR

GLOSTER METEOR (all models)

 

 

 

17.

AVENGER

GRUMMAN TBM (AVENGER) (all models)

 

 

 

18.

TRACKER

GRUMMAN S-2 (all models)

 

 

 

19.

FURY

HAWKER SEA FURY (all models)

HAWKER FURY (all models)

 

 

 

20.

HUNTER

HAWKER HUNTER (all models)

 

 

 

21.

HUDSON

LOCKHEED 414 HUDSON (all models)

 

 

 

22.

NEPTUNE

LOCKHEED SP-2H (all models)

 

 

 

23.

VENTURA

LOCKHEED PV-1 (all models)

 

 

 

24.

ME109

MESSERSCHMIT BF 109 (all models)

 

 

 

25.

MIG 15

MIKOYAN MIG-15 (all models)

 

 

 

26.

MIG 17

MIKOYAN MIG-17 (all models)

 

 

 

27.

MIG 21

MIKOYAN MIG-21 (all models)

 

 

 

28.

B-25

NORTH AMERICAN B-25 (MITCHELL) (all models)

 

 

 

29.

MUSTANG

CAC CA-17 (all models)

CAC CA-18 (all models)

NORTH AMERICAN P51 (all models)

 

 

 

30.

SABRE

CAC CA-27 (all models)

NORTH AMERICAN F86 (all models)

 

 

 

31.

TROJAN

NORTH AMERICAN T28 (all models)

 

 

 

32.

ISKRA

PZL TS-11 (ISKRA) (all models)

 

 

 

33.

S-211

SIAI Marchetti S211 (all models)

 

 

 

34.

GALEB

SOKO G-2A GALEB

 

 

 

35.

SPITFIRE

SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE (Marks 1-25)

SUPERMARINE SEAFIRE (all models)

 

 

 

36.

YAK

YAKOVLEV YAK 3 (all models)

YAKOVLEV YAK 9 (all models)

Appendix II

            Theory examination syllabus

       1.     An applicant shall pass a written examination on engineering details in accordance with the following syllabus insofar as it is applicable to the particular type of aeroplane concerned:

(a)   Fuel System: Layout and management — cross feed system — fuel dumping capacities — schematic diagram of systems;

(b)   Hydraulic System: Layout and management — Hydraulic source and operating pressure — units or services operated — emergency operation — likely faults and remedies;

(c)   Electrical Systems: Type of system and batteries — number and output of generators — circuit protection — location of fuses or circuit breakers — emergency operation — precautions to be observed when using electrical services — electrically operated instruments;

(d)   Oil System: Number of tanks and capacities — schematic diagram of system — propeller feathering oil source — operation of oil cooler shutters;

(e)   Auto Pilot: Principles of operation — operating pressures or voltages — methods of ensuring gyros are functioning normally — method of engaging auto pilot — method of disengaging auto pilot (normal and emergency) — pre-flight check for serviceability — limitations of the gyro units;

(f)    Anti-icing and De-icing Systems: Aerofoils — propeller — carburettor — operation and management of systems;

(g)   Heating, Ventilation and Pressurisation Systems: Operation and management — emergency operation — any special precautions to be observed;

(h)   Pilot Static System: Schematic diagram of system — operation;

(i)    Suction System: Schematic diagram of system — source of suction and operating pressure — instruments operated by suction system;

(j)    Oxygen System: Type of system installed — pressure — operation and management with special attention to any peculiarities of the particular system — diagram of system;

(k)   Fire Extinguisher System: Number of fire extinguisher bottles fitted and contents, number, type and location of hand-held fire extinguishers — parts of aeroplane where fire extinguisher service is available — automatic fire-warning devices — operation — procedure to be followed in case of engine fire during flight — any special precautions to be observed when operating either hand-held or automatic systems;

(l)    Engines: Manufacturer’s designation — take-off power — rated power — starting order — power combination for take-off climb and normal cruise — generator operation — engine oil specification — supercharger operation on ground and in flight — RPM setting for approach and landing under varying conditions — interpretation of fuel flow indicator — torquemeters — RPM drop on magneto test — engine idling speed — oil pressure range — precautions to be observed when unfeathering an extremely cold engine — any special precautions to be observed when operating the particular engine concerned;

(m)  Weight and Balance: C of A requirements for loading, use of Load Charts, items of load which are taken into calculation in relation to observance of C of G limits — relation of MAC to loading, fuel used and retraction or extension of undercarriage, reference point and turning moment in mm/kg — calculation of take-off and landing weights and the use of the appropriate charts.

Appendix III

            Syllabus of flying training for a type endorsement specified in Part 2 or Part 4 of Appendix I or a class endorsement specified in Part 3 or Part 5 of Appendix IA

       1.     An applicant shall complete a conversion course on the type or class of aeroplane in conformity with the following syllabus or an approved schedule of training, each of which shall be of at least 5 hours’ duration. The aeroplane used for this training shall be loaded as far as practicable to a weight which will give a positive indication of its flight and handling characteristics.

              Syllabus:

(a)   General handling to include:

        Stalling power off — wheels and flaps up;

        Stalling power on — wheels and flaps up;

        Stalling power off — wheels and flaps down;

        Stalling power on — wheels and flaps down.

(b)   Take-off: Circuit and landing (at least 5) — cockpit drill — use of check list — going around again after a missed approach — cross-wind take-off and landing — management of aeroplane systems (fuel, fire extinguisher, pressurisation, etc.).

(c)   Instrument Flying: Power setting — flaps settings — speed and rate of descent for use on aerodrome, runway or precision approach systems. Operation and use of special equipment fitted.

(d)   Asymmetric flight: The attainment of optimum performance following a simulated engine failure on take-off (at least twice). The speed at which the failure is simulated must be as follows:

             (i)  in the case of an aeroplane for which the take-off performance is predicated on the establishment of a V1 — failure of the engine must be simulated at a speed greater than V1;

            (ii)  in the case of any other aeroplane — failure of the engine must be simulated at a speed greater than:

      (A)    the 1 engine inoperative best rate of climb speed; or

      (B)    the take-off safety speed plus 10 knots;

            whichever is the higher.

        If the aeroplane is capable of the manoeuvre, going around again with 1 or more engines simulated failed (at least twice). Cruising flight with 1 or more engines inoperative — feathering and unfeathering propellers. Medium and steep turns with and against live engines.

(e)   Night Flying: Take-off — circuit and landing (at least 4). Going around again after a missed approach.

(f)    Water Handling: (in the case of seaplanes) taxiing upwind, downwind and crosswind; and without use of drogues. Mooring and slipping, anchoring and weighing anchor.

Appendix V

            Syllabus of flying training for a type endorsement specified in Part 3 or Part 5 of Appendix I or a class endorsement specified in part 4 or part 6 of Appendix IA

              An applicant shall complete a flight training course on the type or class of aeroplane in conformity with the following syllabus which shall be of at least 3 hours’ duration. The aeroplane used for this training shall be loaded as far as is practicable to weight which will give a positive indication of its flight and handling characteristics.

              Syllabus:

(a)   Take-off: Circuit and landing (at least 5) — cockpit drill, use of check list — management of aeroplane systems (e.g. fuel, fire extinguisher, pressurisation, etc).

(b)   Medium and Steep turns.

(c)   Asymmetric Flight: Flight with 1 engine inoperative in cruising flight. Feathering and unfeathering propellers.

(d)   Night Flying: Take-off — circuit and landing (at least 3).

(e)   General Flying: Check best power settings — flap settings — speed and rate of descent for use on aerodrome, runway or precision approach systems. Operation and use of special equipment fitted.

(f)    Water Handling: (in the case of seaplanes) — taxiing — mooring and slipping.

Appendix VI

            Extended effect of certain endorsements

                        Column 2                     Column 3

Item                Type or class             Additional type or class

 

1.                                                            B65     TWIN BONANZA

 

2.                     C550/560                       C500

 

3.                     BE-300                          BE-200

 

4.                     METRO 3                     MERLIN III/METRO II

 

5.                     BN-2                              BN-2T (if the pilot holds an endorsement on an Allison 250 powered multi-engine aeroplane)

 

6

SINGLE ENGINE AEROPLANES NOT EXCEEDING 5 700KG MAXIMUM TAKE‑OFF WEIGHT

CRICRI CRIQUET

Notes to Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0

Note 1

The Civil Aviation Order (in force under the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988) as shown in this compilation comprises Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0 amended as indicated in the Tables below.

Table of Orders

Year and
number

Date of notification
in Gazette/
registration on FRLI

Date of
commencement

Application, saving or
transitional provisions

CAO 2004 No. R31
(F2005B00851)

8 December 2004

8 December 2004 (see s. 2)

 

CAO 2004 No. 12
(F2005B00957)

23 December 2004

23 December 2004 (see s. 2)

See Table A

CAO 2005 No. 6
(F2005L01140)

FRLI 13 May 2005

14 May 2005
(see s. 2)

See Table A

CAO 40.1.0 2006 No. 1
(F2006L01171)

FRLI 26 April 2006

27 April 2006
(see s. 2)

See Table A

CAO 40.1.0 2006 No. 2
(F2006L03013)

FRLI 11 September 2006

12 September 2006 (see s. 2)

See Table A

CAO 40.1.0 2007 No. 1
(F2007L01243)

FRLI 7 May 2007

8 May 2007 (see s. 2)

See Table A

CAO 40.1.0 2008 No. 1
(F2008L01477)

FRLI 19 June 2008

20 June 2008
(see s. 2)

See Table A

CAO 40.1.0 2008 No. 2
(F2008L04367)

FRLI 22 December 2008

23 December 2008 (see s. 2)

 

CAO 40.1.0 2009 No. 1
(F2009L01475)

FRLI 29 May 2009

30 May 2009
(see s. 2)

See Table A

CAO 40.1.0 2010 No. 1
(F2010L01579)

FRLI 25 June 2010

26 June 2010
(see s. 2)

See Table A

CAO 40.1.0 2011 No. 1
(F2011L00575)

FRLI 5 April 2011

6 April 2011 (see s. 2)

See Table A

CAO 40.1.0 2011 No. 2
(F2011L01785)

FRLI 31 August 2011

1 September 2011 (see s. 2)

See Table A

CAO 40.1.0 2012 No. 1
(F2012L00174)

FRLI 6 February 2012

7 February 2012
(see s. 2)

 

CAO 40.1.0 2012 No. 2
(F2012L01042)

FRLI 18 May 2012

19 May 2012
(see s. 2)

 

CAO 40.1.0 2013 No. 1
(F2013L00590)

FRLI 2 April 2012

2 April 2013 (see s. 2)

 

 


Table of Amendments

ad. = added or inserted     am. = amended     rep. = repealed     rs. = repealed and substituted

Provision affected

How affected

s. 40.1.0

rs. CAO 2004 No. R31

subs. 2A

ad. CAO 40.1.0 2012 No. 2

subs. 2B

ad. CAO 40.1.0 2012 No. 2
am. CAO 40.1.0 2013 No. 1

subs. 6

am. CAO 40.1.0 2006 No. 1

subs. 7

am. CAO 40.1.0 2006 No. 1

subs. 8B

ad. CAO 2004 No. 12

subs. 10

am. CAO 40.1.0 2008 No. 2

Appendix I

am. CAO 2004 No. 12; CAO 2005 No. 6; CAO 40.1.0 2006 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2006 No. 2; CAO 40.1.0 2007 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2008 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2009 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2010 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2011 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2011 No. 2

Appendix IA

am. CAO 2004 No. 12; CAO 2005 No. 6; CAO 40.1.0 2006 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2006 No. 2; CAO 40.1.0 2007 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2008 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2009 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2010 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2011 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2011 No. 2

Appendix IB

am. CAO 2004 No. 12; CAO 2005 No. 6; CAO 40.1.0 2006 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2007 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2008 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2009 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2010 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2011 No. 1; CAO 40.1.0 2011 No. 2

rs. CAO 40.1.0 2012 No. 1

Appendix VI

am. CAO 2004 No. 12

 

Table A

Transitional and savings provisions

The amendment of Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0, made on 29 January 1996, included the following:

7.         Interpretation

     7.1     In this Part, commencement means the commencement date of this Order.

8.         Certain type endorsements to have effect as class endorsements

     8.1     A COMMAND L-188A type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a COMMAND L-188 class endorsement.

     8.2     A CO-PILOT L-188A type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO‑PILOT L-188 class endorsement.

     8.3     A C208 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a C208 class endorsement.

9.         Certain class endorsements to have effect as different class endorsements

     9.1     A COMMAND DHC 8-100 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a COMMAND DHC 8 class endorsement.

     9.2     A CO-PILOT DHC 8-100 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO‑PILOT DHC 8 class endorsement.

10.       Certain class endorsement to have effect as type endorsements

   10.1     If:

(a)   a B18 class endorsement was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement; and

(b)   its holder qualified for it by undertaking training in relation to a Beech D18S aeroplane;

the endorsement has effect after the commencement as if it were a BEECH D18S type endorsement until:

(c)   the endorsement is cancelled; or

(d)   a BEECH D18S type endorsement is issued to the holder; or

(e)   1 July 1997;

              whichever occurs first.

   10.2     If:

(a)   a B18 class endorsement was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement; and

(b)   its holder qualified for it by undertaking training in relation to a Beech H18 aeroplane;

the endorsement has effect after the commencement as if it were a BEECH H18 type endorsement until:

(c)   the endorsement is cancelled; or

(d)   a BEECH H18 type endorsement is issued to the holder; or

(e)   1 July 1997;

              whichever occurs first.

11.       Conditions and suspended endorsements

   11.1     Wherever paragraph 8.1, 8.2, 8 3, 9.1, 9.2, 10.1 or 10.2 applies to an endorsement, the endorsement remains subject to the conditions (if any) to which it was subject immediately before the commencement.

   11.2     Wherever paragraph 8 1, 8.2, 8.3, 9.1, 9.2, 10.1 or 10.2 applies to a suspended endorsement, the suspension continues after the commencement for the remainder of the suspension period, unless it is lifted before then.

 


The amendment of Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0, made on 20 January 1997, included the following:

5.         Interpretation

     5.1     In this Part, commencement means the commencement date of this Order.

6.         Certain type endorsements to have effect as class endorsements

     6.1     A COMMAND B737-277 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a COMMAND B737-100/200 class endorsement.

     6.2     A CO-PILOT B737-277 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT B737-100/200 class endorsement.

     6.3     A DO228-201 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a DO228‑200 class endorsement.

7.         Certain class endorsements to have effect as type endorsements

     7.1     A COMMAND B727-200 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a COMMAND B727-200 type endorsement.

     7.2     A CO-PILOT B727-200 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT B727-200 type endorsement.

8.         Certain class endorsements to have effect as other class endorsements

     8.1     A COMMAND B737-300/400 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a COMMAND B737-300/400/500 class endorsement.

     8.2     A CO‑PILOT B737-300/400 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO‑PILOT B737-300/400/500 class endorsement.

     8.3     A COMMAND LR 35/36 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a COMMAND LR 31/35/36 class endorsement.

     8.4     A CO-PILOT LR 35/36 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT LR 31/35/36 class endorsement.

     8.5     A STRIKEMASTER type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a STRIKEMASTER class endorsement.

9.         Conditions and suspended endorsements

     9.1     Wherever paragraph 7.1, 7.2, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4 or 8.5 applies to an endorsement, the endorsement remains subject to the conditions (if any) to which it was subject immediately before the commencement.

     9.2     Wherever paragraph 7.1, 7.2, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4 or 8.5 applies to a suspended endorsement, the suspension continues after the commencement for the remainder of the suspension period, unless it is lifted before then.

 

 


The amendment of Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0, made on 27 August 1997, included the following:

6.         Interpretation

     6.1     In this Part, commencement means the commencement date of this Order.

7.         Certain type endorsements to have effect as class endorsements

     7.1     An EMB820C type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a PA31 class endorsement.

     7.2     A PC-12 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a PC‑12 class endorsement.

     7.3     A COMMAND B727-100 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a COMMAND B727-100/200 class endorsement.

     7.4     A CO-PILOT B727-100 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT B727-100/200 class endorsement.

     7.5     A COMMAND B727-200 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a COMMAND B727-100/200 class endorsement.

     7.6     A CO-PILOT B727-200 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT B727-100/200 class endorsement.

8.         Conditions and suspended endorsements

     8.1     Whenever paragraph 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5 or 7.6 applies to an endorsement, the endorsement remains subject to the conditions (if any) to which it was subject immediately before the commencement.

     8.2     Whenever paragraph 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5 or 7.6 applies to a suspended endorsement, the suspension continues after the commencement for the rest of the suspension period, unless it is varied before then.

 

 


The amendment of Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0, made on 30 November 1998, included the following:

7.         Interpretation

     7.1     In this Part, commencement means the commencement date of this Order.

8.         Class endorsement to have effect as different class endorsements

     8.1     If:

(a)   a Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor class endorsement was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement; and

(b)   its holder qualified for it by undertaking training in relation to an Ayres Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor(PWC Turbine) aeroplane;

the endorsement has effect after the commencement as if it were an Ayres Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor (PT6) class endorsement, up to and including 31 March 1999, unless:

(c)   the endorsement is cancelled; or

(d)   an Ayres Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor (PT6) class endorsement is issued to the holder;

on or before that date.

     8.2     If:

(a)   a Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor class endorsement was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement; and

(b)   its holder qualified for it by undertaking training in relation to an Ayres Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor (Garrett Turbine) aeroplane;

the endorsement has effect after the commencement as if it were an Ayres Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor (TPE 331) class endorsement, up to and including 31 March 1999, unless:

(c)   the endorsement is cancelled; or

(d)   an Ayres Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor (TPE 331) class endorsement is issued to the holder;

on or before that date.

     8.3     An endorsement issued before the commencement as an Ayres Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor (PWC Turbine) class endorsement has effect as if it were an Ayres Turbo Thrush/ Air Tractor (PT6) class endorsement.

     8.4     An endorsement issued before the commencement as an Ayres Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor (Garrett Turbine) class endorsement has effect as if it were an Ayres Turbo Thrush/ Air Tractor (TPE 331) class endorsement.

9.         Class endorsement to have effect as command endorsement

     9.1     An MU-2 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were an MU‑2 command endorsement.

10.       Type endorsement to have effect as class endorsement

   10.1     A “Command BAe125‑800B” type endorsement, or “Co-Pilot BAe125‑800B” type endorsement, that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a “Command BAe125‑800” class endorsement, or a “Co-Pilot BAe125‑800” class endorsement.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Amendment Order (No. 8) 2000 reads as follows:

     (1)     A MUSTANG type endorsement that was in force immediately before the commencement of this Order is taken to be a MUSTANG class endorsement issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order.

     (2)     A MUSTANG type endorsement that, immediately before the commencement of this Order, had been suspended and in relation to which the suspension was still in force, is taken to be a MUSTANG class endorsement:

(a)   issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order; and

(b)   in relation to which the suspension has effect as if the MUSTANG type endorsement had continued in force.

     (3)     A COMMAND CESSNA 560 type endorsement that was in force immediately before the commencement of this Order is taken to be a COMMAND CESSNA 550/560 class endorsement issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order.

     (4)     A COMMAND CESSNA 560 type endorsement that, immediately before the commencement of this Order, had been suspended and in relation to which the suspension was still in force, is taken to be a COMMAND CESSNA 550/560 class endorsement:

(a)   issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order; and

(b)   in relation to which the suspension has effect as if the COMMAND CESSNA 560 type endorsement had continued in force.

     (5)     A CO-PILOT CESSNA 560 type endorsement that was in force immediately before the commencement of this Order is taken to be a CO-PILOT C550/560 class endorsement issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order.

     (6)     A CO-PILOT CESSNA 560 type endorsement that, immediately before the commencement of this Order, had been suspended and in relation to which the suspension was still in force, is taken to be a CO-PILOT C550/560 class endorsement:

(a)   issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order; and

(b)   in relation to which the suspension has effect as if the CO-PILOT CESSNA 560 type endorsement had continued in force.

     (7)     A COMMAND DC3G202A type endorsement that was in force immediately before the commencement of this Order is taken to be a COMMAND DC3 class endorsement issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order.

     (8)     A COMMAND DC3G202A type endorsement that, immediately before the commencement of this Order, had been suspended and in relation to which the suspension was still in force, is taken to be a COMMAND DC3 class endorsement:

(a)   issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order; and

(b)   in relation to which the suspension has effect as if the COMMAND DC3G202A type endorsement had continued in force.

     (9)     A CO-PILOT DC3G202A type endorsement that was in force immediately before the commencement of this Order is taken to be a CO-PILOT DC3 class endorsement issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order.

   (10)     A CO-PILOT DC3G202A type endorsement that, immediately before the commencement of this Order, had been suspended and in relation to which the suspension was still in force, is taken to be a CO-PILOT DC3 class endorsement:

(a)   issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order; and

(b)   in relation to which the suspension has effect as if the CO-PILOT DC3G202A type endorsement had continued in force.

   (11)     A COMMAND C550 class endorsement that was in force immediately before the commencement of this Order is taken to be a COMMAND C550/560 class endorsement issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order.

   (12)     A COMMAND C550 class endorsement that, immediately before the commencement of this Order, had been suspended and in relation to which the suspension was still in force, is taken to be a COMMAND C550/560 class endorsement:

(a)   issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order; and

(b)   in relation to which the suspension has effect as if the COMMAND C550 class endorsement had continued in force.

   (13)     A CO-PILOT C550 class endorsement that was in force immediately before the commencement of this Order is taken to be a CO-PILOT C550/560 class endorsement issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order.

   (14)     A CO-PILOT C550 class endorsement that, immediately before the commencement of this Order, had been suspended and in relation to which the suspension was still in force, is taken to be a CO-PILOT C550/560 class endorsement:

(a)   issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order; and

(b)   in relation to which the suspension has effect as if the CO-PILOT CESSNA C550 class endorsement had continued in force.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Amendment Order (No. 5) 2001 reads as follows:

     (1)     A COMMAND B737-300/400/500 class endorsement that was in force immediately before the commencement of this Order is taken to be a COMMAND B737-300 to 800 class endorsement issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order.

     (2)     A COMMAND B737-300/400/500 class endorsement that, immediately before the commencement of this Order, had been suspended and in relation to which the suspension was still in force, is taken to be a COMMAND B737-300 to 800 class endorsement:

(a)   issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order; and

(b)   in relation to which the suspension has effect as if the COMMAND B737-300/400/500 class endorsement had continued in force.

     (3)     A CO-PILOT B737-300/400/500 class endorsement that was in force immediately before the commencement of this Order is taken to be a CO‑PILOT B737-300 to 800 class endorsement issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order.

     (4)     A CO-PILOT B737-300/400/500 class endorsement that, immediately before the commencement of this Order, had been suspended and in relation to which the suspension was still in force, is taken to be a CO‑PILOT B737-300 to 800 class endorsement:

(a)   issued under section 40.1.0 as amended by this Order; and

(b)   in relation to which the suspension has effect as if the CO‑PILOT B737‑300/400/500 class endorsement had continued in force.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Amendment Order (No. 18) 2001 reads as follows:

     4.1     In this subsection, commencement means the commencement date of this Order.

     4.2     A COMMAND A320 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a COMMAND A320 class endorsement.

     4.3     A CO-PILOT A320 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO‑PILOT A320 class endorsement.

     4.4     A COMMAND L-1049 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a COMMAND L-1049 class endorsement.

     4.5     A CO-PILOT L-1049 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO‑PILOT L-1049 class endorsement.

     4.6     A BOOMERANG type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were a BOOMERANG class endorsement.

     4.7     A COMMAND B350 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were an COMMAND B300 class endorsement.

     4.8     A CO-PILOT B350 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement as if it were an CO‑PILOT B300 class endorsement.

     4.9     A person who has flown the FIAT G59-4B, before the commencement, as pilot in command under the authority of the SINGLE-ENGINE AEROPLANES NOT EXCEDING 5700 KG MAXIMUM TAKE-OFF WEIGHT endorsement may continue to do so until the end of February 2002 and is taken to satisfy the requirements for obtaining a FIAT G59-4B endorsement after the commencement.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Amendment Order (No. 13) 2002 reads as follows:

     4.1     In this subsection:

commencement means the commencement date of this Order.

previous endorsement means a command or co-pilot type or class endorsement that was listed in section 40.1.0 immediately before the commencement and is not listed in section 40.1.0 immediately after the commencement.

     4.2     After the commencement, subject to paragraph 4.3, a previous endorsement has effect:

(a)   as the command or co-pilot class endorsement that is now applicable to the type or types of aeroplane that it previously applied to;  or

(b)   as the command or co-pilot type endorsement that is now applicable to the type of aeroplane that it previously applied to.

     4.3     After the commencement, a previous endorsement that was a command or co‑pilot CANADAIR 601 class endorsement has effect:

(a)   as a CL-600/601 class endorsement if the pilot has previously flown an aircraft included in the CL-600/601 class; and

(b)   as a CL-604 class endorsement if the pilot has previously flown an aircraft included in the CL-604 class.

     4.4     A previous endorsement that was suspended immediately before the commencement has effect after the commencement subject to the expiry of the period of suspension.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Amendment Order (No. 4) 2003 reads as follows:

     4.1     A pilot who has flown the Antonov AN-2 or PZL-MIEL AN-2 aeroplane before the commencement of this Order, under the authority of the SINGLE-ENGINE AEROPLANES NOT EXCEEDING 5700 KG MAXIMUM TAKE-OFF WEIGHT endorsement, may continue to do so and is taken to have satisfied the requirements to obtain an AN-2 class endorsement.

     4.2     A pilot who has flown the Marchetti SM-1019 aircraft before the commencement of this Order, under the authority of the SINGLE-ENGINE AEROPLANES NOT EXCEEDING 5700 KG MAXIMUM TAKE-OFF WEIGHT endorsement, may continue to do so and is taken to have satisfied the requirements to obtain an SM-1019 type endorsement.

     4.3     A person who:

(a)   held a Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor class endorsement that was in force at the end of 31 March 1999; and

(b)   qualified for that endorsement in an Ayres Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor (PWC Turbine) aeroplane;

may fly an aircraft covered by an Ayres Turbo (PT 6) class endorsement and is taken to have satisfied the requirements for obtaining that endorsement.

     4.4     A person who:

(a)   held a Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor class endorsement that was in force at the end of 31 March 1999; and

(b)   qualified for that endorsement in an Ayres Turbo Thrush/Air Tractor (Garrett Turbine) aeroplane.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Amendment Order (No. 9) 2003 reads as follows:

     4.1     A “constant speed propeller” special design feature endorsement issued before the commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a “manual propeller pitch control” endorsement.

     4.2     If, before commencement of these amendments, the holder of a Bell 206 class endorsement had flown as pilot in command of a Bell 407 helicopter, that person is entitled to fly as pilot in command of a Bell 407 helicopter and is entitled to the issue of a Bell 407 class endorsement.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Amendment Order (No. 12) 2004 reads as follows:

     4.1     A pilot who has flown the Lancair type aircraft fitted with a turbine engine as pilot in command, before the commencement of this Order under the authority of the SINGLE ENGINE AEROPLANES NOT EXCEEDING 5 700 KG MAXIMUM TAKE‑OFF WEIGHT endorsement, may continue to do so and is taken to satisfy the requirements for the issue of a LANCAIR(T) class endorsement.

     4.2     A pilot who has flown the PAC 750XL type aircraft as pilot in command, before the commencement of this Order, under the authority of the SINGLE ENGINE AEROPLANES NOT EXCEEDING 5 700 KG MAXIMUM TAKE-OFF WEIGHT endorsement, may continue to do so and is taken to satisfy the requirements for the issue of a CRESCO class endorsement.

     4.3     A pilot who has flown the LEZA Aircam aircraft as pilot in command before the commencement of this Order, may continue to do so and is taken to satisfy the requirements for the issue of a LEZA class endorsement.

     4.4     A CRESCO type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before commencement of this Order has the effect after commencement as if it were a CRESCO class endorsement.

     4.5     A pilot who holds a certificate of exemption for operation of the MU-2 aircraft in known or forecast icing conditions may continue to do so for 12 months from commencement of this Order before he or she must view the Mitsubishi Icing Awareness Training (IAT) video YET-01295 and have the manufacturer’s logbook certification sticker entered in his or her logbook as evidence of viewing this video.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Amendment Order (No. 6) 2005 reads as follows:

     (1)     A YAK 3 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this Order has effect after the commencement as if it were a YAK class endorsement.

     (2)     A pilot who, before the commencement of this Order, had flown the Yakovlev YAK 9 aircraft as pilot in command under the authority of a SINGLE-ENGINE AEROPLANES NOT EXCEEDING 5 700 KG MAXIMUM TAKE-OFF WEIGHT class endorsement may continue to do so and is taken to satisfy the requirements for the issue of a YAK class endorsement.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0 Amendment Order (No. 1) 2006 reads as follows:

     (1)     A B707-300 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a B707 class endorsement.

     (2)     A type endorsement that entitled the holder to fly a B707 aeroplane before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a B707 class endorsement.

     (3)     A co-pilot B707-300 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a co-pilot B707 class endorsement.

        (4)     A type endorsement that entitled the holder to fly a B707 aeroplane as a co-pilot before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a co-pilot B707 class endorsement.

        (5)     An ERJ170 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were an ERJ170/190 class endorsement.

        (6)     A co-pilot ERJ170 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a co-pilot ERJ170/190 class endorsement.

        (7)     A B737-300 to 800 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a B737-300 to 900 class endorsement.

        (8)     A co-pilot B737-300 to 800 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a co-pilot B737-300 to 900 class endorsement.

        (9)     A pilot who has flown the Falcon 2000 EASy aircraft as pilot in command before the commencement of this instrument under the authority of the Falcon 2000 class endorsement, may continue to do so after the commencement and is taken to satisfy the requirements for the issue of a Falcon 2000 EASy class endorsement.

      (10)     A DO228-200 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a DO228 class endorsement.

      (11)     A co-pilot DO228-200 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a co-pilot DO228 class endorsement.

      (12)     An ATR 42 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were an ATR 42/72 class endorsement.

      (13)     A co-pilot ATR 42 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a co-pilot ATR 42/72 class endorsement.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0 Amendment Order (No. 1) 2007 reads as follows:

        (1)     A BD-100 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a CL-30 class endorsement.

        (2)     A CO-PILOT BD-100 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT CL-30 class endorsement.

        (3)     A CL-65 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has the effect after the commencement as if it were a CL-65 class endorsement.

        (4)     A CO-PILOT CL-65 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT CL-65 class endorsement.

        (5)     A pilot who has flown the Rutan Defiant aeroplane as pilot in command before commencement of this instrument may continue to do so, and is taken to satisfy the requirements for the issue of the RUTAN DEFIANT type endorsement.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0 Amendment Order (No. 1) 2008 reads as follows:

            A SOCATA TBM 700 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect after commencement as if it were a SOCATA TBM class endorsement.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0 Amendment Order (No. 1) 2009 reads as follows:

4          Transitional and savings

        (1)     A pilot who has flown a Fletcher FU-24 powered by a Pratt and Whitney PT-6 turbo‑prop engine as pilot in command, before the commencement of these amendments, under the authority of the SINGLE ENGINE AEROPLANES NOT EXCEEDING 5 700 KG MAXIMUM TAKE-OFF WEIGHT endorsement, is taken to satisfy the requirements for the issue of a CRESCO class endorsement.

        (2)     A DC8-62 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a DC-8 class endorsement.

        (3)     A CO-PILOT DC8-62 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT DC-8 class endorsement.

        (4)     A DC8-71 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a DC-8 class endorsement.

        (5)     A CO-PILOT DC8-71 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT DC-8 class endorsement.

        (6)     A DC9-82 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a MD-80 class endorsement.

        (7)     A CO-PILOT DC9-82 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT MD-80 class endorsement.

        (8)     A DC9-83 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a MD-80 class endorsement.

        (9)     A CO-PILOT DC9-83 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT MD-80 class endorsement.

      (10)     A G-IV type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a G-IV class endorsement.

      (11)     A CO-PILOT G-IV type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT G-IV class endorsement.

      (12)     A BT-67 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a DC-3TP class endorsement.

      (13)     A CO-PILOT BT-67 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of these amendments has effect after the commencement as if it were a CO-PILOT DC-3TP class endorsement.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0 Amendment Order (No. 1) 2010 reads as follows:

4          Transitional and Savings

        (1)     A DA-42 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect as if it were a DA-42 class endorsement.

        (2)     A L200 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect as if it were a L200 class endorsement.

        (3)     A DHC2/A1 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of this instrument has effect as if it were a DHC-2T class endorsement.

Section 4 of Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0 Amendment Order (No. 1) 2011 reads as follows:

4          Transitional and Savings

        (1)     A pilot who has flown a Cessna C208 powered by a Honeywell/Garrett turbo‑prop engine as pilot in command before the commencement of these amendments, under the authority of a C208 class endorsement, is taken to satisfy the requirements for the issue of a C208 (TPE331) class endorsement.

        (2)     A pilot who has flown a Cessna P210(T) aircraft as pilot in command before the commencement of these amendments, under the authority of a Single Engine Aeroplanes not exceeding 5 700 kg Maximum Take-off Weight class endorsement, is taken to satisfy the requirements for the issue of a P210(T) class endorsement.

        (3)     A B777 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of these amendments, has effect after the commencement of these amendments as if it were a B777/787 class endorsement.

        (4)     A co-pilot B777 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of these amendments, has effect after the commencement of these amendments as if it were a co-pilot B777/787 class endorsement.

(5)     A C208 class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of these amendments, has the effect after the commencement as if it were a C208 (PT6) class endorsement.

 

 


Section 4 of Civil Aviation Order 40.1.0 Amendment Instrument 2011 (No. 2) reads as follows:

4          Transitional and Savings

        (1)     A PHENOM class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of these amendments, has effect after the commencement of these amendments as if it were an EMB-500 type endorsement.

        (2)     A CO-PILOT PHENOM class endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of these amendments, has effect after the commencement of these amendments as if it were a CO-PILOT EMB-500 type endorsement.

        (3)     A B747-400 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of these amendments, has effect after the commencement of these amendments as if it were a B747-400 class endorsement.

        (4)     A CO-PILOT B747-400 type endorsement that was in force, or suspended, immediately before the commencement of these amendments, has effect after the commencement of these amendments as if it were a CO-PILOT B747-400 class endorsement.