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This instrument approves certain pilots to conduct flight training for the grant of a low level rating, an aeroplane low level endorsement, an aerial mustering – aeroplane endorsement, a helicopter low-level endorsement and an aerial mustering – helicopter endorsement.
Administered by: Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development
Registered 31 Aug 2018
To be repealed 31 Aug 2021
Repealed by Self Repealing
Repealing Comments Despite the repeal of this instrument by subsection (2), subsection 6 (2) continues in force until the end of 31 August 2028 as if the instrument had not been repealed.

Instrument number CASA 58/18

I, CHRISTOPHER PAUL MONAHAN, Executive Manager, National Operations & Standards, a delegate of CASA, make this instrument under regulations 11.056 and 141.035 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 for paragraph 141.050 (2) (b) of CASR.

[Signed Christopher P. Monahan]

Christopher P. Monahan
Executive Manager, National Operations & Standards

28 August 2018

CASA 58/18 – Flight Training (Approved Pilots under Civil Aviation Order 29.10 – Mustering) Approval 2018

1          Name

                 This instrument is CASA 58/18 – Flight Training (Approved Pilots under Civil Aviation Order 29.10 – Mustering) Approval 2018.

2          Duration

        (1)     This instrument commences on 1 September 2018.

        (2)     Subject to subsection (3), this instrument is repealed at the end of 31 August 2021.

        (3)     Despite the repeal of this instrument by subsection (2), subsection 6 (2) continues in force until the end of 31 August 2028 as if the instrument had not been repealed.

3          Definitions

                 In this instrument:

approved person means a person mentioned in section 4 of this instrument who, in reliance on this instrument, conducts Part 141 flight training mentioned in section 5.

approved to act as an approved pilot means approved under subsection 12 of Civil Aviation Order 29.10, as in force at the time the approval was granted, to act as an approved pilot.

Note   Civil Aviation Order 29.10 has been amended and no longer provides for approved pilots.

valid instructor proficiency check has the same meaning as in regulation 61.1180 of CASR, as in force from time to time.

Note   The requirements and standards for an instructor proficiency check are set out in Appendix 5 of Schedule 6 of the Part 61 Manual of Standards.

4          Application

        (1)     This instrument applies to a person who:

(a)   on 31 August 2014, was approved to act as an approved pilot in an aeroplane; and

(b)   has a valid instructor proficiency check that included a test of competency of the aeroplane low‑level rating training endorsement.

        (2)     This instrument also applies to a person who:

(a)   on 31 August 2014, was approved to act as an approved pilot in a helicopter; and

(b)   has a valid instructor proficiency check that included a test of competency of the helicopter low‑level rating training endorsement.

5          Approval

        (1)     A person mentioned in subsection 4 (1) is approved to conduct Part 141 flight training for the grant under Part 61 of CASR of each of the following:

(a)   a low‑level rating;

(b)   an aeroplane low‑level endorsement;

(c)   an aerial mustering — aeroplane endorsement.

        (2)     A person mentioned in subsection 4 (2) is approved to conduct Part 141 flight training for the grant under Part 61 of CASR of each of the following:

(a)   a low‑level rating;

(b)   a helicopter low‑level endorsement;

(c)   an aerial mustering — helicopter endorsement.

        (3)     An approval is subject to the conditions mentioned in section 6.

6          Conditions

        (1)     The approved person must ensure that the Part 141 flight training complies with the relevant requirements and standards, for the rating or endorsement, in the Part 61 Manual of Standards, as in force from time to time.

        (2)     The approved person must retain records of each person’s flight training for at least 7 years.