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This instrument prescribes type ratings for the purpose of relevant provisions in Part 142 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998. The instrument, thereby, determines whether a Part 141 operator, rather than a Part 142 operator, may deliver flight training for the prescribed type ratings. This instrument also repeals Prescription — type ratings for CASR Part 142 flight training (Edition 5).
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Registered 06 Jun 2018
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR18-Jun-2018
Tabled Senate18-Jun-2018

I, CHRISTOPHER PAUL MONAHAN, Acting Executive Manager, National Operations & Standards Division, Aviation Group, a delegate of CASA, make this instrument under regulation 142.045 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.

[Signed Christopher P. Monahan]

Christopher P. Monahan
Acting Executive Manager, National Operations & Standards Division
Aviation Group

4 June 2018

Prescription of Type Ratings Excluded from CASR Part 142 Flight Training (Edition 6) Instrument 2018

1          Name and commencement

       1.1     This instrument is the Prescription of Type Ratings Excluded from CASR Part 142 Flight Training (Edition 6) Instrument 2018.

       1.2     This instrument commences on the day after it is registered.

2          Repeal

                 Instrument Prescription — type ratings for CASR Part 142 flight training (Edition 5) is repealed.

                 Note   The instrument mentioned in section 2 was assigned the FRL number F2016L01900.

3          Definitions etc.

       3.1     In this instrument:

                 cell, for a column of a table in a Schedule of this instrument, means each individual, undivided unit (regardless of its size) into which the column is subdivided.

                 DTR means differences training required.

       3.2     Column 1 of a table in a Schedule of this instrument is for general information only and is not intended to qualify or otherwise affect the meaning or operation of anything else in the Schedule.

4          Meaning of variants

                 Where the aircraft models mentioned in 1 or more cells of column 2 of a table in Schedule 1 have the same type rating, or ratings, as mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 4, each model is a variant of the other aircraft covered by the type rating.

5          Differences training

       5.1     For the application of section 6, the abbreviation “DTR” in a cell of column 3 of a table in Schedule 1 corresponding with variants’ cells in column 2, means that, subject to subsection 5.2, differences training is required for a person to exercise the privileges of the rating in a variant that is different from the variant for which the person first received the type rating.

       5.2     Differences training is not required for a variant that is in the same cell in column 2 as the variant for which the person first received the type rating.

6          Prescribed type ratings for regulation 142.045 of CASR

       6.1     For paragraph 142.045 (a) of CASR, each type rating mentioned in a cell in column 4 of a table in Schedule 1 that is for an aircraft model, or models, mentioned in a corresponding cell in column 2, is prescribed for paragraph (d) of the definition of Part 142 flight training in subregulation 142.015 (2) of CASR.

Note   The prescriptions for paragraph 142.015 (2) (d) of CASR are of type ratings training for the grant of which is NOT included as Part 142 flight training. As a corollary, for paragraph 141.015 (1) (d) of CASR, flight training for the prescribed type ratings is Part 141 flight training.

       6.2     For paragraph 142.045 (a) of CASR, each type rating mentioned in a cell in column 4 of a table in Schedule 1 that is for an aircraft model, or models, mentioned in a corresponding cell in column 2, is prescribed for subparagraph (g) (i) of the definition of Part 142 flight training in subregulation 142.015 (2) of CASR.

Note   The prescriptions for subparagraph 142.015 (2) (g) (i) of CASR are of type ratings for which certain differences training for a variant covered by the type rating, is NOT included as Part 142 flight training. As a corollary, for subparagraph 141.015 (1) (g) (i) of CASR, differences training for the prescribed type ratings is Part 141 flight training.

Schedule 1          Prescribed type ratings for CASR Part 142

Note   The effect of the aircraft type rating prescriptions in this Schedule is that training for the type ratings, and differences training for variants, is not Part 142 flight training, but is Part 141 flight training.

Part 1                    Aeroplane type ratings

Type certificate holder or manufacturer
(see subsection 3.2)
(Column 1)

Aeroplane models and variants
(Column 2)

Differences training required
(Column 3)

Type ratings
(Column 4)

Beechcraft Corporation
Hawker Beechcraft
Raytheon Aircraft
See Textron Aviation Inc

 

 

 

Cessna
See Textron Aviation Inc

 

 

 

Consolidated Vultee

PBY – 5 and 6 (Catalina)

 

CATALINA

Consolidated Vultee (Convair)

Convair 340
Convair 440

 

CV340/440

De Havilland – Canada (Bombardier)

DH 4 Caribou

 

DHC4

Douglas

DC-3 (all piston powered models)
C-47

 

DC3

Eclipse Aerospace

EA500

 

EA500(SP)

Embraer

EMB 500 (Phenom 100) all models

DTR

PHENOM(SP)

EMB 500 (Phenom 300)

Grumman

G-73 Mallard (all piston powered models)

DTR

G73(SP)

G-73T Turbo Mallard

Lockheed

SP-2

 

NEPTUNE

L-1049 (all models)

 

L1049

L1049(FE)

Mitsubishi Aircraft

MU-2 (all models)

 

MU2

Pilatus

PC-24

 

PC-24

RUAG Aerospace
Services GmbH
Dornier

Dornier 228 (all models)

 

DO228

Swearingen
Fairchild
M7 Aerospace

Metro II
Merlin IVA

DTR

SA226/227

Metro III/23
Merlin IVC

Merlin IIIC/300

Merlin IIB
Merlin III
Merlin IIIA
Merlin IIIB

Textron Aviation Inc

Kingair 300 (all models)
Kingair 350 (all models)

DTR

BE350/1900

Beechcraft 1900 (all models)

390 Premier (all models)

 

RA390(SP)

C510

 

C510(SP)

C525-CJ
C525-CJ1
C525A-CJ2

DTR

C525(SP)

C525-CJ1+
C525A-CJ2+

C525B-CJ3

C525B-CJ3+

C525C-CJ4

C525 M2-CJM2

C500
C501

DTR

C500/550/560(SP)

C550 (all models excluding Bravo)
C551 series

C560 V

C550 Bravo
C560 Ultra
C560 Encore

C560 Encore+

 

Part 2                    Helicopter type ratings

Type certificate holder or manufacturer
(see subsection 3.2)
(Column 1)

Helicopter models and variants
(Column 2)

Differences training required
(Column 3)

Type ratings
(Column 4)

Agusta Westland

A109 (all A and C models)

DTR

A109

A109 E

A109 K2

A109 S

A109 SP

Agusta
Bell Helicopters

BH/AB 212

DTR

BH212/412

BH/AB 412

Airbus Helicopters
Aerospatiale
Eurocopter
Kawasaki
Messerschmitt Bolkow

AS355

DTR

AS355

AS355N

BK117 (all A and B models)

DTR

BK117/EC145

BK117 C-1

BK117 C-2 (EC145 models)

BK 117 D-2 (H145 models)

EC 135 (excluding H and CPDS models)

DTR

EC135

EC 135 (all CPDS models)

H 135 (T3H and P3H models)

SA 365 (excluding all N and N3 models)

DTR

AS365/EC155

SA/AS 365 (N models excluding N3 models)

AS 365 N3

AS 365 N3+

EC 155

BO105 (all models)

 

BO105

Bell Helicopters

Bell 206LT

 

BH206LT

Bell 214 (excluding Bell 214 ST)

 

BH214

Bell 222

DTR

BH222/430

Bell 230

Bell 430

Bell 427

 

BH427

Bell 429

 

BH429

Type certificate holder or manufacturer
(see subsection 3.2)
(Column 1)

Helicopter models and variants
(Column 2)

Differences training required
(Column 3)

Type ratings
(Column 4)

MD Helicopters

MD 900 Explorer

DTR

MD900

MD 902S

Sikorsky

S 76A series

DTR

SK76(SP)

S 76B series

S 76C series

S 76D series