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Civil Aviation (Fees) Regulations 1995

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SR 1995 No. 225 Regulations as amended, taking into account amendments up to Civil Aviation Legislation Amendment (Part 101) Regulation 2016
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Civil Aviation (Fees) Regulations 1995

Statutory Rules No. 225, 1995

made under the

Civil Aviation Act 1988

Compilation No. 9

Compilation date:                              29 September 2016

Includes amendments up to:            F2016L00400

Registered:                                         5 October 2016

 

About this compilation

This compilation

This is a compilation of the Civil Aviation (Fees) Regulations 1995 that shows the text of the law as amended and in force on 29 September 2016 (the compilation date).

The notes at the end of this compilation (the endnotes) include information about amending laws and the amendment history of provisions of the compiled law.

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Contents

1............ Name of Regulations........................................................................... 1

2............ Commencement................................................................................... 1

3............ Definitions.......................................................................................... 1

4............ Fees for aviation regulatory services................................................... 1

4A......... Effect of items in Part 1 of Schedule 1................................................ 4

4B......... Consultancy services........................................................................... 4

4C......... Sale of goods etc................................................................................. 4

5............ Fees for aviation security status checks, ASICs and related matters... 4

6............ Waiver of fees..................................................................................... 5

Schedule 1—Fees for aviation regulatory services                      6

Part 1—Appointments and delegations                                                                    6

Part 2—Certificates of approval, aircraft maintenance engineer licences, airworthiness authorities and aircraft welding authorities                                                                          7

Part 3—Maintenance                                                                                                         12

Part 4—Flight manuals                                                                                                     14

Part 5—Qualifications of flight crew                                                                       15

Part 6—Air operator certification                                                                             18

Part 7—Radio systems for use in, or in connection with, aircraft         19

Part 8—Aircraft operations generally                                                                     20

Part 9—Aircraft certification and related matters                                          24

Part 10—Airworthiness directives                                                                             26

Part 11—Display of nationality and registration marks and aircraft registration identification plates                                                                                                                                      27

Part 12—Registration of aircraft and related matters                                  28

Part 13—Synthetic training devices                                                                          29

Part 14—Air traffic services personnel licensing                                              30

Part 15—Medical                                                                                                                  31

Part 16—Dangerous goods                                                                                             32

Part 17—Unmanned aircraft and rockets                                                            33

Part 18—Aerodromes                                                                                                        34

Part 19—Air traffic service training providers                                                 35

Part 20—Aeronautical telecommunication service and radionavigation service providers          36

Part 21—Air traffic service providers                                                                     37

Part 22—Instrument flight procedure design                                                     38

Part 23—Exemptions                                                                                                         39

Part 24—Other miscellaneous services                                                                    40

Endnotes                                                                                                                                    42

Endnote 1—About the endnotes                                                                            42

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key                                                                                44

Endnote 3—Legislation history                                                                             45

Endnote 4—Amendment history                                                                           46


 

 

1  Name of Regulations

                   These Regulations are the Civil Aviation (Fees) Regulations 1995.

2  Commencement

                   These Regulations commence when section 3 of the Civil Aviation Legislation Amendment Act 1995 commences.

3  Definitions

             (1)  In these Regulations:

Act means the Civil Aviation Act 1988.

ASETPA means an approved single engine turbine powered aeroplane.

ASIC means an aviation security identification card issued under Part 6 of the Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005.

CAR means the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988.

CASR means the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.

             (2)  An expression that is used in these Regulations and in CAR or CASR has the same meaning in these Regulations as in CAR or CASR, as the case requires.

4  Fees for aviation regulatory services

             (1)  For paragraphs 98 (3) (u) and (v) of the Act, the fee for a service specified in an item in Schedule 1, is:

                     (a)  the amount specified in the item; or

                     (b)  if the item contains ‘HR’—for each provision of the service, the amount calculated by the formula:

                           

             (2)  In the formula in subregulation (1):

Rate is:

                     (a)  for:

                              (i)  items 2.12, 2.12A, 2.13, 2.14, 2.16, 2.17 and 15.9 of Schedule 1—$130; and

                             (ii)  items 24.2, 24.5 and 24.8 of Schedule 1—$100; or

                     (b)  if the interests of the safety of air navigation require that the service be provided by a senior CASA officer, or by a CASA officer with particular experience or qualifications—$190; or

                     (c)  in any other case—$160.

N is the total number of hours spent by CASA officers in the provision of the service.

Example   For paragraphs (b) and (c), a service in a general aviation matter is likely to be charged for at $160 per hour, and a service provided by an air transport flying operations inspector at $190 per hour.

             (3)  For the purposes of applying the formula in paragraph (1) (b), if the total time spent by CASA officers in providing the relevant service in a particular case is not a whole number of quarter‑hours, the total time is to be rounded down to the next lower number of quarter‑hours.

             (4)  If:

                     (a)  a fee is specified in Schedule 1 for the processing and consideration of an application for something; but

                     (b)  no fee is specified in that Schedule for the processing and consideration of an application for its renewal or variation;

the fee referred to in paragraph (a) is payable for the processing and consideration of an application for the renewal or variation.

             (5)  In subregulation (4), a reference to a variation does not include a minor and merely formal change such as the recording of a change of postal address.

             (6)  If the provision of a service by CASA requires a CASA officer or a person on CASA’s behalf to travel outside Australia, there is an additional fee for the provision of the service equal to the reasonable cost of that travel and any reasonably necessary meals, accommodation and incidental expenses for the officer or person.

          (6A)  If a service is provided to or for a person outside Australia and, following the provision of the service, CASA:

                     (a)  considers that it is necessary in the interests of the safety of air navigation to inspect, assess and report on the person’s premises, operations or activities; and

                     (b)  requires a CASA officer or a person acting on CASA’s behalf to travel outside Australia;

the following fees are payable for the inspection, assessment and report:

                     (c)  a fee equal to the reasonable cost of the travel, meals, accommodation and incidental expenses of the officer or person; and

                     (d)  the amount calculated by the formula:

                           

                            where

                                   Rate is:

                                         (a)  if the interests of the safety of air navigation require that the service be provided by a senior CASA officer, or by a CASA officer with particular experience or qualifications—$190; or

                                         (b)  in any other case—$160.

                                   N is the total number of hours spent by the CASA officer or person in the inspection, assessment and preparation of the report.

             (7)  If the provision of a service by CASA requires CASA to pay a fee or charge, there is an additional fee for the provision of the service equal to the fee or charge paid or payable by CASA.

4A  Effect of items in Part 1 of Schedule 1

                   Despite anything in Part 1 of Schedule 1, if a CASA officer is appointed as an authorised person, or a delegate of CASA, for any purpose other than for his or her official duties, he or she must pay the fee specified in the relevant item for the appointment or delegation.

4B  Consultancy services

                   Nothing in regulation 4 or Schedule 1 prevents CASA from providing consultancy services under paragraph 9 (3) (f) of the Act on any terms agreed between it and the person to whom the services are to be provided.

4C  Sale of goods etc

                   Nothing in regulation 4 or Schedule 1 prevents CASA from setting a reasonable price for goods that it offers for sale in the course of performing its functions.

5  Fees for aviation security status checks, ASICs and related matters

Interpretation

             (1)  An expression used in this regulation and also in Part 6 of the Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005 (the ATS Regulations) has the same meaning in this regulation as in that Part.

Fees for aviation security status checks and related matters

             (2)  The fee for the processing and consideration of an application for any one or more of the things mentioned in subregulation (3) is the total of:

                     (a)  $54; and

                     (b)  if the processing and consideration would require CASA to pay an amount to another person or organisation—the amount required to be paid by CASA to the other person or organisation.

Note:          Guidance as to the additional amounts that may be payable may be published on the CASA website at www.casa.gov.au.

             (3)  For subregulation (2), the things are the following:

                     (a)  an aviation security status check for the holder of, or an applicant for, a security designated authorisation;

                     (b)  verification of identity and citizenship status under paragraphs 6.57(1)(a) and (b) of the ATS Regulations for an applicant for a security designated authorisation;

                     (c)  the issue, in connection with the carrying out of CASA’s functions under Division 6.7 of the ATS Regulations, of an identity document (however described), other than an ASIC;

                     (d)  the replacement of an identity document mentioned in paragraph (c).

             (4)  A fee imposed by this regulation for the processing and consideration of an application for an aviation security status check, or verification of identity and citizenship, for an applicant for a security designated authorisation is in addition to any fee imposed by regulation 4 for the grant or issue of the authorisation.

Fees for ASICs

             (5)  The fee for the processing and consideration of an application for the issue or replacement of an ASIC is the total of:

                     (a)  $54; and

                     (b)  if the processing and consideration would require CASA to pay an amount to another person or organisation—the amount required to be paid by CASA to the other person or organisation.

6  Waiver of fees

                   CASA may waive a fee, or part of a fee, payable under these Regulations if CASA determines that special circumstances exist which make it inappropriate for the fee to be payable.


Schedule 1Fees for aviation regulatory services

(regulation 4)

Part 1Appointments and delegations

 

Item

Service

Fee

1.1

Appointment of a person (not an officer of CASA) as an authorised person for CAR—processing and consideration of application

HR

1.2

Appointment of a person (not an officer of CASA) as a delegate of CASA for CAR—processing and consideration of application

HR

1.3

Appointment of a person (not an officer of CASA) as an authorised person for CASR—processing and consideration of application

HR

1.4

Appointment of a person (not an officer of CASA) as a delegate of CASA for CASR—processing and consideration of application

HR

1.5

Appointment of a person (not an officer of CASA) as an authorised person for the Civil Aviation Orders or a specified provision of the Civil Aviation Orders—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 2Certificates of approval, aircraft maintenance engineer licences, airworthiness authorities and aircraft welding authorities

 

Item

Service

Fee

2.1

Issue of a certificate of approval—processing and consideration of application

HR

2.1A

Approval of additional activities to be covered by a certificate of approval—processing and consideration of application

HR

2.2

Processing of an application for examination in a core or specific group subject to qualify for an aircraft maintenance engineer licence

$50

2.2A

Examination in a core or specific group subject to qualify for an aircraft maintenance engineer licence

$50

2.3

Examination in a part of a specific type subject to qualify for an aircraft maintenance engineer licence

$320

2.5

The re‑marking of a core or specific group subject examination script in an examination for an aircraft maintenance engineer licence

HR

2.6

The critique of an essay, or a multiple‑choice answer paper, in an examination for an aircraft maintenance engineer licence

HR

2.7

Issue of an aircraft maintenance engineer licence—processing of application

$65

2.8

Issue of a rating on an aircraft maintenance engineer licence based on the applicant’s schedule of experience, per category—consideration of application

$390

2.8A

Issue of a second or subsequent rating on an aircraft maintenance engineer licence based on the applicant’s schedule of experience, where the application is made simultaneously with the applicant’s application under item 2.8 for a rating for a different category—consideration of application

$260

2.9

Issue of a second or subsequent rating on an aircraft maintenance engineer licence based on the applicant’s schedule of experience, unless item 2.9A applies—consideration of application

$130

2.9A

Issue of a second or subsequent rating on an aircraft maintenance engineer licence based on the applicant’s schedule of experience, if the rating is a category engines Group 21 or Group 22 rating—consideration of application

$260

2.10

Issue of a rating on an aircraft maintenance engineer licence based on practical consolidation training or an accelerated training program—consideration of application

$260

2.10A

Assessment of participation in practical consolidation training or an accelerated training program that is to be added to a schedule of experience—processing and consideration of application

$260

2.11

Issue of a rating on an aircraft maintenance engineer licence based on the applicant’s overseas aircraft maintenance engineer licence—consideration of application

$260

2.12

Variation of a licence or rating referred to in any of items 2.7 to 2.11 (inclusive)

HR

2.12A

Issue of a second or subsequent licence or rating referred to in any of items 2.7, 2.8, 2.10 and 2.11

HR

2.13

Issue of an airworthiness authority—processing and consideration of application

HR

2.14

Issue of an aircraft welding authority—processing and consideration of application

HR

2.15

Written examination to qualify for a non‑destructive testing authority issued under regulation 33D of CAR and Civil Aviation Order 100.27

$260

2.16

Oral or practical examination to qualify for a non‑destructive testing authority issued under regulation 33D of CAR and Civil Aviation Order 100.27

HR

2.17

Examination to qualify for a welding authority or weight control authority

HR

2.26

Approval as a continuing airworthiness management organisation (CAMO), unless the applicant was, immediately before 27 June 2011, the holder of an AOC issued for a purpose mentioned in paragraph 206 (1) (c) of CAR—processing and consideration of application

HR

2.27

Approval of significant changes to a CAMO—processing and consideration of application

HR

2.28

Grant of an aircraft engineer licence (AEL) based on assessment by a maintenance training organisation (MTO)—processing and consideration of application

$65

2.29

Recognition of 1 or more foreign licences from recognised states held at time of application—processing and consideration of application

$390

2.30

Recognition of 1 or more foreign licences from recognised states held before time of application—processing and consideration of application

$390

2.31

Recognition of 1 or more foreign licences not from recognised states held at time of application, based on assessment by a MTO—processing and consideration of application

$130

2.32

Recognition of 1 or more foreign licences not from recognised states held at time of application, based on assessment by CASA—processing and consideration of application

$390

2.33

Recognition of 1 or more foreign licences not from recognised states held before time of application, based on assessment by a MTO—processing and consideration of application

$130

2.34

Recognition of 1 or more foreign licences not from recognised states held before time of application, based on assessment by CASA—processing and consideration of application

$390

2.35

Recognition of Defence Force aircraft authorisations held at time of application—processing and consideration of application

$65

2.36

Recognition of Defence Force aircraft authorisations held before time of application—processing and consideration of application

$65

2.37

Grant of 1 or more ratings on an AEL upon successful completion of aircraft type training and assessment—processing and consideration of application (per category)

$195

2.38

Grant of 1 or more ratings on an AEL upon training, assessment and experience provided by a Part 145 organisation—processing and consideration of application (per category)

$195

2.39

Grant of 1 or more ratings on an AEL upon CASA assessment of fully or partially equivalent foreign or Defence Force rating—processing and consideration of application (per category)

$260

2.40

Removal of 1 or more exclusions from an AEL—processing and consideration of application

$195

2.41

Replacement of an AEL document for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule

$25

2.42

Grant of an AEL using the transitional arrangements under Subpart 202.CG of CASR—processing and consideration of application

The total of the fees for each applicable item of items 2.1 to 2.25, relevant to the service under the transitional arrangements, including item 2.7 as if it applied for an AEL

2.43

Approval as a Part 145 organisation, unless:

(a) the applicant was, immediately before 27 June 2011, the holder of an approval, under regulation 30 of CAR for carrying out maintenance on an aircraft or aircraft components or aircraft materials for the holder of an AOC for a purpose mentioned in paragraph 206 (1) (c) of CAR; and

(b) at the time of the application, CASA is satisfied that the approval is the equivalent of an approval as a Part 145 organisation;

processing and consideration of application

HR

2.44

Approval of significant changes to a Part 145 organisation—processing and consideration of application

HR

2.45

Approval as a MTO.

HR

2.46

Approval of significant changes to a MTO—processing and consideration

HR

Part 3Maintenance

 

Item

Service

Fee

3.1

Approval of an aircraft component, or of the repair, or the design of a modification, of an aircraft or aircraft component—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.2

Approval of a permissible unserviceability under regulation 37 of CAR—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.3

Approval of a minimum equipment list—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.4

Approval of a system of maintenance—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.5

Approval of a maintenance schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.6

Authorisation for a person to carry out maintenance—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.7

Approval of a system of certification of completion of maintenance for an Australian aircraft in Australian territory—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.8

Authorisation of a person to certify maintenance on an Australian aircraft overseas—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.9

Approval of instructions on how maintenance is to be carried out—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.10

Grant of an exemption from, or variation of, a requirement under regulation 42ZR of CAR—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.11

Approval of a person’s appointment as a maintenance controller—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.12

Approval for the use of an alternative to a log book or a section of a log book—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.13

Approval of another means of recording next maintenance due to be carried out—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.14

Approval of another means of recording utilisation information for each flight—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.15

Approval of maintenance programs—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.16

Approval of variation of an approved maintenance program—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.17

Approval of reliability programs—processing and consideration of application

HR

3.18

Approval of variations of an approved reliability program—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 4Flight manuals

 

Item

Service

Fee

4.1

Preparing a flight manual, part of a flight manual, or an alteration of a flight manual—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 5Qualifications of flight crew

 

Item

Service

Fee

5.1

Issue of a flight radiotelephone operator licence, unless the application is part of the application for a service under item 5.20, 5.21, 5.22, 5.25, 5.25A or 5.25B—processing and consideration of application

$50

5.2

Issue of a student pilot licence—processing and consideration of application

$50

5.3

Issue of a restricted flight engineer licence—processing and consideration of application

$60

5.4

Approval of a pilot to give flying training—processing and consideration of application

HR

5.5

Approval to give conversion training—processing and consideration of application

HR

5.6

Appointment as an airship instructor—processing and consideration of application

HR

5.7

Grant of an exemption from any of the requirements of regulation 5.42 of CAR for a flight test—processing and consideration of application

$65

5.8

Approval of a person’s appointment as the chief flying instructor of a flying school—processing and consideration of application

HR

5.9

Issue of a certificate of validation for private operations with the ratings and endorsements that were included in the application—processing and consideration of application

$150

5.10

Issue of a certificate of validation for commercial operations with the ratings and endorsements that were included in the application—processing and consideration of application

$200

5.10A

Issue of a certificate of validation based on a certificate of validation that expired not more than 1 calendar month before the date of the application—processing and consideration of application

$130

5.11

Issue of a rating on a flight crew licence or a certificate of validation, with the endorsements that were included in the application, on the basis of an overseas qualification—processing and consideration of application

$130

5.12

Issue of endorsements on a flight crew licence, a special pilot licence or a certificate of validation, being the endorsements that were included in the application, on the basis of an overseas qualification—processing and consideration of application

$130

5.13

Private pilot licence examination

$65

5.14

Commercial pilot licence examination, per subject

$65

5.15

Air transport pilot licence examination, per subject

$65

5.16

Student flight engineer licence examination, per subject

$65

5.16A

Issue of a student flight engineer licence—processing and consideration of application

$50

5.17

Examination for the purposes of issuing a rating on a licence

$65

5.18

The re‑assessment of a flight crew examination result

$130

5.19

Flight test for a flight crew licence, rating or endorsement

HR

5.20

Issue of a private pilot licence, unless item 5.25 applies—processing and consideration of application

$60

5.21

Issue of a commercial pilot licence, unless item 5.25A applies—processing and consideration of application

$80

5.22

Issue of an air transport pilot licence, unless item 5.25B applies—processing and consideration of application

$100

5.23

Issue of a rating on a flight crew licence, a special pilot licence or a certificate of validation, with the endorsements that were included in the application—processing and consideration of application

$50

5.24

Issue of an endorsement on a flight crew licence, a special pilot licence or a certificate of validation, with the endorsements that were included in the application—processing and consideration of application

$50

5.25

Issue of a private pilot licence with the ratings and endorsements that were included in the application, on the basis of an overseas qualification—processing and consideration of application

$140

5.25A

Issue of a commercial pilot licence with the ratings and endorsements that were included in the application, on the basis of an overseas qualification—processing and consideration of application

$160

5.25B

Issue of an air transport pilot licence with the ratings and endorsements that were included in the application, on the basis of an overseas qualification—processing and consideration of application

$180

5.25C

Issue of a flight engineer licence with the ratings and endorsements that were included in the application, on the basis of an overseas qualification—processing and consideration of application

$180

5.26

Examination for qualification as a check flight engineer

HR

5.27

Issue of a flight engineer licence, unless item 5.25C applies—processing and consideration of application

$100

5.28

Issue of a special pilot licence, with the endorsements that were included in the application—processing and consideration of application

$140

5.30

Approval to conduct an emergency procedures proficiency test—processing and consideration of application

HR

5.30A

Proficiency test under subparagraph 12.3 (a) of Civil Aviation Order 20.11—processing and consideration of application

HR

5.31

Application to be approved as proficient to conduct sling load operation training—processing and consideration of application and assessment of demonstration of proficiency

HR

5.32

Issue of a mustering approval—processing and consideration of application

HR

5.33

Application to be approved as proficient to conduct winching or rappelling operation training—processing and consideration of application and assessment of demonstration of proficiency

HR

5.34

Approval of a pilot to conduct direct supervision as an approved agricultural (helicopter) pilot—processing and consideration of application

HR

5.35

Exemption from compliance with subparagraph 4.2 (a) of Civil Aviation Order 40.1.7—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 6Air operator certification

 

Item

Service

Fee

6.1

Issue of an AOC or an operating certificate—processing and consideration of application; and, if necessary for consideration of the application, specific type training for CASA officers

Note:          The cost of specific type training for a flying operations inspector or similar officer may be included in the fee if the AOC is for a specific aircraft type, for example, a first of type in Australia, for which CASA does not have the immediate expertise necessary to assess the aircraft and issue the AOC

HR

Part 7Radio systems for use in, or in connection with, aircraft

 

Item

Service

Fee

7.1

Issue of an aircraft radiotelephone operator certificate of proficiency—processing and consideration of application

$50

Part 8Aircraft operations generally

 

Item

Service

Fee

8.1

Authorisation for low flying or acrobatic flying over a training area—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.2

Permission to carry a firearm on an aircraft—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.3

Permission to discharge a firearm from an aircraft—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.4

Permission for an aircraft to tow something—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.5

Approval to drop articles from an aircraft in flight, or a supplementary permission under Civil Aviation Order 29.5—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.6

Permission to undertake low level aerobatics under regulation 156 of CAR—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.7

Approval to fly over a regatta, race meeting or public gathering—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.8

Permission to fly lower than the prescribed height—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.9

Issue of a formation flying approval—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.10

Permission to fly an aircraft at night under V.F.R. lower than the prescribed height—processing and consideration of application.

HR

8.11

RVSM airworthiness approval—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.12

RVSM operational approval—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.13

Assessment of a training program or training course for maintenance personnel

HR

8.14

Approval of a body as a training and checking organisation—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.15

Grant of an exemption from a requirement for a route qualification to act as pilot in command of a regular public transport service—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.16

Authorisation for a person to occupy a control seat—processing and consideration of application

$160

8.17

Approval for a person who does not hold a pilot’s licence to taxi an aircraft—processing and consideration of application

$160

8.18

Approval for a person who does not hold a pilot’s licence to start and run aircraft engines—processing and consideration of application

$80

8.19

Exemption from minimum runway width instructions—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.20

Permission to carry a person on, or in part of, an aircraft not designed for the accommodation of crew or passengers—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.21

Permission to carry a person on, or in, anything attached to an aircraft—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.22

Directions for a type of safety harness to be worn in place of a seat belt—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.23

Approval of the operation of an aircraft where an exit or passageway is not kept free from obstruction—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.24

Permission to carry animals on an aircraft—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.25

Approval to carry a person in a seat with dual controls on a regular public transport operation—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.26

Approval of a required navigation performance operation—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.26A

Navigation authorisation under Subpart 91.U of CASR—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.27

Approval for the conduct of an air display under Civil Aviation Order 29.4—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.28

Grant of an exemption against flight and duty time limits—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.29

Approval of a person as a check pilot or a training and checking manager—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.30

Approval to enter into a charter substitution arrangement—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.31

Approval of a person’s appointment as chief pilot—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.32

Permission to employ a pilot who does not have the relevant qualifications set out in Appendix 4 of Civil Aviation Order 82.3, if the operator has established a satisfactory course of training—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.33

Permission to fly manned balloons and hot air airships in private operations for recreational purposes, otherwise than in accordance with paragraph 4.2 of Civil Aviation Order 95.54—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.34

Approval of an operator to conduct a charter operation carrying passengers for hire or reward at night under the V.F.R. or the I.F.R. in an approved ASETPA for subparagraph 174B (2) (d) (i) or subparagraph 175A (1) (d) (i) of CAR—processing and consideration of application that is separate from an application for an AOC

HR

8.35

Approval of an ASETPA for subparagraph 174B (2) (d) (ii) or subparagraph 175A (1) (d) (ii) of CAR—processing and consideration of application that is separate from an application for an AOC

HR

8.36

Inspection of an aeroplane, for sub‑subparagraph 4.1 (h) (i) of Civil Aviation Order 95.55, before its initial flight—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.37

Approval of a pilot as an approved training pilot for subsection 12 of Civil Aviation Order 29.10—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.38

Permission for a foreign registered aircraft to operate on regulated domestic flights without an AOC—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.39

Permission for an aircraft possessing the nationality of a Contracting State to make a non‑scheduled flight for reward into Australian territory to take on or discharge passengers, cargo or mail—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.40

Permission for a foreign aircraft not possessing the nationality of a Contracting State to make a non‑scheduled flight over or into Australian territory for traffic purposes—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.41

Approval to use a night vision device as the primary means of terrain avoidance for safe air navigation by means of visual surface reference external to the aircraft, other than for the purposes of a CASA approved trial of the night vision device, for subsection 3D of Civil Aviation Order 82.0—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.42

Approval of a flight check system—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.43

Approval of an appointment as a Night Vision Goggles (NVG) Flight Instructor, NVG Testing Officer or NVG Training and Check Pilot—processing and consideration of application

HR

8.44

Approval of a special flight authorisation—processing and consideration

HR

8.45

Permission for an aircraft to be flown under the I.F.R. if not equipped for navigation and to obtain position fixes in accordance with instructions issued under subregulation 179A (1) of CAR—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 9Aircraft certification and related matters

 

Item

Service

Fee

9.1

Issue of a type certificate, a supplemental type certificate or a type acceptance certificate—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.2

Approval of a change in a type design—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.3

Issue of a production certificate—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.4

Approval of a production inspection system—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.5

Approval of a change or changes in a quality system—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.6

Certificate of airworthiness—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.7

Provisional or special certificate of airworthiness—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.8

Export airworthiness approval—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.9

Validation of a foreign certificate of airworthiness—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.10

Validation of a foreign export certificate of airworthiness—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.11

Issue of an experimental certificate—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.12

Replacement of a certificate of airworthiness that has been lost or destroyed—processing and consideration of application

$80

9.13

Issue of a special flight permit—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.14

Issue of a delegation option authorisation under regulation 21.239 of CASR—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.15

Issue of an APMA—processing and consideration of application

HR

9.16

Issue of an ATSO authorisation—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 10Airworthiness directives

 

Item

Service

Fee

10.1

Grant of an exclusion from the operation of an airworthiness directive—processing and consideration of application

HR

10.2

Review of the operation of an airworthiness directive—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 11Display of nationality and registration marks and aircraft registration identification plates

 

Item

Service

Fee

11.1

Giving a direction about where markings are to be placed on an aircraft with a special configuration—processing and consideration of application

HR

11.2

Approval of the removal of, or a change to, the markings on an aircraft registration identification plate—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 12Registration of aircraft and related matters

 

Item

Service

Fee

12.1

Registration of an aircraft—processing and consideration of application

$130

12.2

Recording an aircraft’s registered operator, or a change in an aircraft’s registered operator—processing and consideration of application

$65

12.3

Recording the transfer of the ownership of an aircraft—processing and consideration of application

$130

12.4

Replacement of a certificate of registration that has been lost, stolen or destroyed—processing and consideration of application

$65

12.5

Reservation of a registration mark—processing and consideration of application

$65

12.6

Change of a registration mark—processing and consideration of application

$130

12.7

Giving a direction under paragraph 45.150 (2) (b) and subregulation 45.150 (3) of CASR about the location of an aircraft registration identification plate—processing and consideration of application

$260

12.8

Assignment of a dealer’s mark—processing and consideration of application

$130

12.9

Replacement of a certificate of assignment of a dealer’s mark

$65

Part 13Synthetic training devices

 

Item

Service

Fee

13.1

Initial evaluation and qualification of a synthetic flight trainer—processing and consideration of application

HR

13.2

Recurrent evaluation of a qualified flight simulator or qualified flight training device—processing and consideration of application

HR

13.3

Approval of a person as the user of a qualified flight simulator or qualified flight training device in a training and checking program—processing and consideration of application

HR

13.4

Special evaluation of a flight simulator or qualified flight training device regarding proposed modifications

HR

13.5

Special evaluation of a qualified flight simulator or qualified flight training device regarding its reactivation

HR

13.6

Approval of plan of transfer of flight simulator or qualified flight training device on change of operator—processing and consideration of application

HR

13.7

Accreditation of synthetic trainers—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 14Air traffic services personnel licensing

 

Item

Service

Fee

14.1

Issue of an air traffic controller licence—processing and consideration of application

$65

14.2

Issue of a rating on an air traffic controller licence—processing and consideration of application

$65

14.3

Replacement of an air traffic controller licence that has been lost, stolen or destroyed

$65

Part 15Medical

 

Item

Service

Fee

15.1

Issue of a class 1 medical certificate—processing and consideration of application

$75

15.3

Issue of a class 2 medical certificate—processing and consideration of application

$75

15.5

Issue of a class 3 medical certificate—processing and consideration of application

$75

15.7

Reconsideration, under subregulation 67.190 (1) of CASR, of a decision to refuse to issue a medical certificate, or to issue it subject to a condition—processing of application for a reconsideration, and reconsideration of the decision

$150

15.8

Extension, under subregulation 67.215 (1) of CASR, of the period in force of a current medical certificate liable to lapse because of applicant or medical related delays—processing and consideration of application

$50

15.9

Determination of a test for paragraph 67.150 (6) (c) of CASR, simulating an operational situation for correct identification of relevant coloured lights—processing of application, and determination and conduct of test

HR

Part 16Dangerous goods

 

Item

Service

Fee

16.1

Approval of a dangerous goods training course for employees—processing and consideration of application

HR

16.2

Grant of an exclusion under Part 92 of CASR—processing and consideration of application

HR

16.3

Grant of a permission under section 23 of the Act—processing and consideration of application

HR

16.4

Approval to give instruction as part of an approved training course—processing and consideration of application

HR

16.5

Grant of an exclusion under regulation 92.080 of CASR (that is, from compliance with the requirements about dangerous goods statements)—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 17Unmanned aircraft and rockets

 

Item

Service

Fee

17.1

Approval of an area for the purposes of operation of unmanned aircraft or rockets—processing and consideration of application

HR

17.2

Approval to operate unmanned aircraft near a non‑controlled aerodrome—processing and consideration of application

HR

17.3

Approval to release small balloons—processing and consideration of application

HR

17.4

Approval of operation of a large RPA—processing and consideration of application

HR

17.5

Grant of a remote pilot licence—processing and consideration of application

HR

17.6

Certification of a person as an RPA operator—processing and consideration of application

HR

17.7

Permission to launch a rocket near an aerodrome—processing and consideration of application

HR

17.8

Approval of the use, in a firework display, of a projectile capable of reaching more than 400 feet above ground level—processing and consideration of application

HR

17.9

Approval to operate a firework display in or near a non‑controlled aerodrome—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 18Aerodromes

 

Item

Service

Fee

18.1

Grant of the exemption of an aerodrome from compliance with Part 139 or standards in MOS Part 139—processing and consideration of application

HR

18.2

Certification of an aerodrome—processing and consideration of application

HR

18.3

Temporary certification of an aerodrome—processing and consideration of application

HR

18.4

Approval of an aerodrome lighting system not specified in MOS Part 139—processing and consideration of application

HR

18.5

Approval of the extension of the period for conducting an emergency exercise—processing and consideration of application

HR

18.6

Registration of an aerodrome—processing and consideration of application

HR

18.7

Approval of a person to conduct aerodrome safety inspections—processing and consideration of application

HR

18.9

Certification of an air/ground radio service—processing and consideration of application

HR

18.10

Certification of an air/ground radio service operator—processing and consideration of application

HR

18.11

Certification of a person or an organisation as an ARFFS provider—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 19Air traffic service training providers

 

Item

Service

Fee

19.1

Approval as an ATS training provider—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 20Aeronautical telecommunication service and radionavigation service providers

 

Item

Service

Fee

20.1

Approval as a service provider—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 21Air traffic service providers

 

Item

Service

Fee

21.1

Approval as an ATS provider—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 22Instrument flight procedure design

 

Item

Service

Fee

22.1

Issue of a procedure design certificate—processing and consideration of application

HR

22.2

Validation of a terminal instrument flight procedure—processing and assessment of an application for the validation, and the provision of a pilot for the validation

HR

22.3

Approval of a person’s appointment as chief designer—processing and consideration of application

HR

22.4

Approval of a training course to qualify as a qualified designer—processing and consideration of application

HR

22.5

Issue of a procedure design authorisation—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 23Exemptions

 

Item

Service

Fee

23.1

Grant of an exemption from a provision of CAR for which no other fee is specified in this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

23.2

Grant of an exemption from a provision of CASR for which no other fee is specified in this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

23.3

Grant of an exemption, under a provision of the Civil Aviation Orders not elsewhere mentioned in this Schedule, from a provision of those Orders—processing and consideration of application

HR

Part 24Other miscellaneous services

 

Item

Service

Fee

24.1

Approval (under the Civil Aviation (Buildings Control) Regulations 1988) to construct a building or structure—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.2

Copying (otherwise than under the Freedom of Information Act 1982) or replacing a document issued by CASA and for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.3

Provision of a flight crew licence, except at CASA’s initiative, that updates an earlier version of the licence and for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

$25

24.4

Provision of a print‑out of the civil aviation examination record in relation to a person, for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

$25

24.5

Provision of a civil aviation record in relation to a person, for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.6

Grant of an authorisation under regulation 11.055 of CASR for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.7

Issue of an instrument of direction, instruction, notification, permission, approval or authority (other than for the purposes of a CASA approved trial) under a provision of the Civil Aviation Orders for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.8

Provision of a document, however described, that is issued administratively by CASA, and for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.9

Grant of a temporary acceptance of a maintenance training course and related examination to enable the crediting of successful candidates of the course for compliance with an examination requirement under paragraph 31 (4) (e) of CAR—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.10

Approval to publish maps, charts and other aeronautical information—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.11

Provision of a service (however described) under or for CAR for which a person applies and for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.12

Provision of a service (however described) under or for a Manual of Standards for which a person applies and for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.13

Provision of a service (however described) under or for Part 42 of CASR for which a person applies and for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.14

Provision of a service (however described) under or for Part 66 of CASR for which a person applies and for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.15

Provision of a service (however described) under or for Part 145 of CASR for which a person applies and for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.16

Provision of a service (however described) under or for Part 147 of CASR for which a person applies and for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

24.17

Preparation and provision of advice, guidance, data, materials or programs on any matter related to aviation safety for which a person applies and for which no other fee is payable under this Schedule—processing and consideration of application

HR

 


Endnotes

Endnote 1—About the endnotes

The endnotes provide information about this compilation and the compiled law.

The following endnotes are included in every compilation:

Endnote 1—About the endnotes

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key

Endnote 3—Legislation history

Endnote 4—Amendment history

Abbreviation key—Endnote 2

The abbreviation key sets out abbreviations that may be used in the endnotes.

Legislation history and amendment history—Endnotes 3 and 4

Amending laws are annotated in the legislation history and amendment history.

The legislation history in endnote 3 provides information about each law that has amended (or will amend) the compiled law. The information includes commencement details for amending laws and details of any application, saving or transitional provisions that are not included in this compilation.

The amendment history in endnote 4 provides information about amendments at the provision (generally section or equivalent) level. It also includes information about any provision of the compiled law that has been repealed in accordance with a provision of the law.

Editorial changes

The Legislation Act 2003 authorises First Parliamentary Counsel to make editorial and presentational changes to a compiled law in preparing a compilation of the law for registration. The changes must not change the effect of the law. Editorial changes take effect from the compilation registration date.

If the compilation includes editorial changes, the endnotes include a brief outline of the changes in general terms. Full details of any changes can be obtained from the Office of Parliamentary Counsel.

Misdescribed amendments

A misdescribed amendment is an amendment that does not accurately describe the amendment to be made. If, despite the misdescription, the amendment can be given effect as intended, the amendment is incorporated into the compiled law and the abbreviation “(md)” added to the details of the amendment included in the amendment history.

If a misdescribed amendment cannot be given effect as intended, the abbreviation “(md not incorp)” is added to the details of the amendment included in the amendment history.

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key

 

ad = added or inserted

o = order(s)

am = amended

Ord = Ordinance

amdt = amendment

orig = original

c = clause(s)

par = paragraph(s)/subparagraph(s)

C[x] = Compilation No. x

    /sub‑subparagraph(s)

Ch = Chapter(s)

pres = present

def = definition(s)

prev = previous

Dict = Dictionary

(prev…) = previously

disallowed = disallowed by Parliament

Pt = Part(s)

Div = Division(s)

r = regulation(s)/rule(s)

ed = editorial change

reloc = relocated

exp = expires/expired or ceases/ceased to have

renum = renumbered

    effect

rep = repealed

F = Federal Register of Legislation

rs = repealed and substituted

gaz = gazette

s = section(s)/subsection(s)

LA = Legislation Act 2003

Sch = Schedule(s)

LIA = Legislative Instruments Act 2003

Sdiv = Subdivision(s)

(md) = misdescribed amendment can be given

SLI = Select Legislative Instrument

    effect

SR = Statutory Rules

(md not incorp) = misdescribed amendment

Sub‑Ch = Sub‑Chapter(s)

    cannot be given effect

SubPt = Subpart(s)

mod = modified/modification

underlining = whole or part not

No. = Number(s)

    commenced or to be commenced

 

Endnote 3—Legislation history

 

Number and year

FRLI registration or gazettal

Commencement

Application, saving and transitional provisions

1995 No. 225

6 July 1995

6 July 1995 (r 2)

 

2004 No. 211

12 July 2004

12 July 2004 (r 2)

r 4

2005 No. 224

7 Oct 2005 (F2005L03043)

8 Oct 2005 (r 2)

2005 No. 322

19 Dec 2005 (F2005L04040)

1 Jan 2006 ( r 2)

r 4

2007 No. 116

14 May 2007 (F2007L01337)

r 1–3 and Sch 1: 1 June 2007 (r 2(a))
Remainder: 1 July 2007 (r 2(b))

r 4

2011 No. 139

29 July 2011 (F2011L01572)

1 Aug 2011 (r 2)

119, 2013

14 June 2013 (F2013L01003)

1 July 2013 (s 2)

246, 2015

14 Dec 2015 (F2015L01992)

Sch 1 (items 34–38): 15 Dec 2015 (s 2(1) item 3)

 

Name

Registration

Commencement

Application, saving and transitional provisions

Civil Aviation Legislation Amendment (Part 101) Regulation 2016

29 Mar 2016 (F2016L00400)

Sch 1 (items 1–3): 29 Sept 2016 (s 2(1) item 1)

 

Endnote 4—Amendment history

 

Provision affected

How affected

r 1.............................................

rs 2004 No 211

r 2.............................................

rep LA s 48D

r 3.............................................

rep 2004 No 211

 

ad 2005 No 322

 

am 2007 No 116

r 4.............................................

am 2004 No 211; 2005 No 224

 

rs 2005 No 322

 

am 2007 No 116

r 4AA........................................

ad 2007 No 116

 

rep 2007 No 116

r 4A..........................................

ad 2005 No 322

r 4B...........................................

ad 2005 No 322

r 4C...........................................

ad 2005 No 322

r 5.............................................

ad 2005 No 224

 

am 2007 No 116

 

rs No 119, 2013

r 6.............................................

ad 2007 No 116

Schedule 1

 

Schedule heading......................

rs and renum 2005 No 224

Schedule 1 heading (prev Schedule heading)

 

Schedule...................................

am 2004 No 211

Schedule 1................................

rs 2005 No 322; 2007 No 116

 

am 2011 No 139, No 246, 2015; F2016L00400