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R43/2004 Orders/Civil Aviation as amended, taking into account amendments up to Civil Aviation Order 40.7 Amendment Instrument 2019 (No. 1)
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Civil Aviation Order 40.7 – Aircraft endorsements (balloons) and flight instructor (balloons) ratings
as amended

made under subregulation 5.14 (1) regulation 5.16, subregulation 5.17 (3), regulation 5.18, subregulations 5.20 (1), 5.22 (1), and 5.23 (1) of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988.

This compilation was prepared on 3 September 2019 taking into account amendments up to Civil Aviation Order 40.7 Amendment Instrument 2019 (No. 1). It is a compilation of Civil Aviation Order 40.7 – Aircraft endorsements (balloons) and flight instructor (balloons) ratings as amended and in force on 1 September 2019.

Prepared by the Legislative Drafting Section, Legal & Regulatory Affairs Division, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Canberra.

Compilation No. 3.

Contents

Page

 

2       Definitions............................................................................................................... 1

4       Class 1 balloon endorsement.................................................................................... 2

5       Class 2 balloon endorsement.................................................................................... 4

6       Class 3 gas balloon endorsement............................................................................. 7

7       Overseas balloon endorsement for restricted or unrestricted Class 1 balloon endorsement  7

8       Overseas balloon endorsement for restricted or unrestricted Class 2 balloon endorsement  8

9       Transitional application of subsections 4, 5 and 6...................................................... 9

16      Flight instructor (balloon) rating............................................................................... 10

         Notes to Civil Aviation Order 40.7............................................................................ 12

 

Section 40.7

Aircraft endorsements (balloons) and flight instructor (balloons) ratings

2          Definitions

       2.1     In this Order, unless the contrary intention appears:

(a)   words and phrases have the same meaning as in Part 5 of CAR; and

(b)   a reference to a regulation 5, or to a subregulation or paragraph within a regulation 5, is a reference to that provision as it appears in CAR.

       2.2     In this Order:

ABTO means for approved balloon testing officer.

AOC means Air Operator’s Certificate.

CAR means the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988.

CASR means the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.

Class 1 has the same meaning as in regulation 5.01.

Class 1 (R) endorsement means a restricted Class 1 balloon endorsement.

Class 1 (U) endorsement means an unrestricted Class 1 balloon endorsement.

Class 2 has the same meaning as in regulation 5.01.

Class 2 (R) endorsement means a restricted Class 2 balloon endorsement.

Class 2 (U) endorsement means an unrestricted Class 2 balloon endorsement.

Class 3 has the same meaning as in regulation 5.01.

examiner means a CASA FOI or an ABTO who may conduct a commercial pilot (balloon) licence flight test in accordance with regulation 5.147.

FOI stands for flying operations inspector.

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

(a)   authorises the holder of the qualification to fly a particular class of balloon; and

(b)   was issued by the overseas national aviation authority.

Note   National aviation authority is defined in the CASR Dictionary.

PICUS (short for pilot in command under supervision) has the same meaning as in regulation 5.40.

       2.3     An overseas balloon endorsement is at least the equivalent of a particular class of balloon endorsement if it authorises the holder of the overseas balloon endorsement to fly, as pilot in command in an aerial work operation or a charter operation, a balloon that meets the description of the particular class of balloon as set out in Table 5.01 in CAR.

4          Class 1 balloon endorsement

       4.1     Subject to subsections 7 and 9, for subregulation 5.23 (1), CASA directs that the requirements in this subsection must be met for the issue of a Class 1 balloon endorsement.

Eligibility

       4.2     The person seeking the endorsement (the applicant) must:

(a)   be qualified to hold a commercial pilot (balloon) licence in accordance with subregulation 5.138 (1) of CAR; and

(b)   have a logbook that may be endorsed for a Class 1 balloon by the person conducting the flight test, using CASA Form 214 (as in force or existence from time to time).

Note   Under regulation 5.147, the flight test required in order to be qualified to hold a commercial pilot (balloon) licence is conducted by a CASA FOI or an ABTO, in this instrument referred to as an examiner.

Class 1 (R) endorsement

       4.3     For regulation 11.068 of CASR, an initial Class 1 balloon endorsement is subject to the condition that it is a Class 1 (R) endorsement until the restriction mentioned in paragraph 4.4 is removed in accordance with paragraph 4.6.

       4.4     For paragraph 4.3, the restriction is that holder of the Class 1 (R) endorsement (the endorsement holder) must not, as pilot in command, operate a Class 1 balloon carrying more than 7 people (including the holder) in a balloon AOC operation.

       4.5     If an applicant satisfies the requirements of paragraph 4.2, then the examiner who conducted the flight test must endorse the logbook with a Class 1 (R) endorsement by:

(a)   applying the relevant Class 1 (R) sticky label from the completed CASA Form 214 and sending the top copy to CASA for its records; and

(b)   recording in the logbook the name, ARN and signature of the examiner.

Removal of restriction

       4.6     For paragraph 4.3, the restriction mentioned in paragraph 4.4 is removed from the holder’s Class 1 (R) endorsement only if the following requirements are complied with:

(a)   the endorsement holder must be authorised, in accordance with regulation 5.141, to fly the balloon type that he or she proposes to fly (the balloon type);

(b)   the endorsement holder must have completed at least 5 hours (involving at least 5 take-offs and landings) as PICUS in the balloon type, specifically in AOC operations carrying 7 or more people, with 1 of the following as pilot in command (PIC):

             (i)  the chief pilot of the balloon AOC holder;

            (ii)  the holder of a flight instructor (balloon) rating;

(c)   the PIC mentioned in sub-subparagraph (b) (i) or (ii) must:

             (i)  hold a Class 1 (U) endorsement; and

            (ii)  be authorised in the balloon type; and

           (iii)  have at least 25 hours’ experience flying a balloon whose envelope volume is equal to or greater than that of the balloon being flown;

(d)   the endorsement holder must have completed a proficiency check flight as PICUS in the balloon type in AOC operations with:

             (i)  a PIC mentioned in subparagraph (b) who is qualified in accordance with subparagraph (c); or

            (ii)  an examiner who satisfies the requirements mentioned in sub‑subparagraphs (c) (i), (ii) and (iii);

(e)   the proficiency check flight mentioned in paragraph (d) must involve:

             (i)  balloon flight time of at least 1 hour; and

            (ii)  at least 1 balloon inflation and 1 balloon deflation;

(f)    at the end of the proficiency check flight, the person who was the PIC for subparagraph (d) (the recommender) must:

             (i)  determine if the endorsement holder is competent to fly 7 or more passengers in an AOC operation; and

            (ii)  if the endorsement holder is competent, recommend, through an entry in the applicant’s logbook, that he or she be endorsed with a Class 1 (U) endorsement by an examiner.

Note   But an actual endorsement only takes effect when the label from Form 214 has been affixed to the applicant’s logbook by an examiner under paragraph 4.10.

Class 1 (U) endorsement

       4.7     For sub-subparagraph 4.6 (f) (ii), the recommendation must be in the following form:

        [Name of endorsement holder [logbook holder] and ARN] is recommended to be endorsed to fly a Class 1 balloon with 7 or more passengers subject to the limitations of the balloon type.

        [Signature of recommender and date.]

        [Printed name of recommender and ARN.]

        [Qualifications of recommender — delete those not applicable below.]

                   [Examiner (Approved Balloon Testing Officer or CASA FOI).]

                   [Flight Instructor (Balloon) holder.]

                   [Chief Pilot of [Name the Balloon AOC holder].]

       4.8     The recommender must complete a proficiency check flight report.

Note   A proficiency check flight report using the Balloon Flight Review form in Appendix E to CAAP 5.81-1(1) is an acceptable means of compliance.

       4.9     A copy of the proficiency check flight report must be retained in safe custody by:

(a)   the logbook holder; and

(b)   the chief pilot of the AOC holder.

     4.10     Within 14 days after making the recommendation mentioned in paragraph 4.7, the recommender must give a copy of the proficiency check flight report and the applicant’s logbook to an examiner who, if satisfied, must endorse the logbook with the Class 1 (U) endorsement by:

(a)   applying the relevant Class 1 (U) sticky label from the completed CASA Form 214 and sending the top copy to CASA for its records; and

(b)   recording in the logbook the name, ARN, date and signature of the examiner.

Note 1   The endorsement only takes effect when the label has been affixed to the endorsement holder’s logbook by an examiner.

Note 2   An examiner who conducts the proficiency check flight for subparagraph 4.6 (d) may be both the recommender and the examiner for paragraph 4.10.

5          Class 2 balloon endorsement

       5.1     Subject to subsections 8 and 9, for subregulation 5.23 (1), CASA directs that the requirements in this subsection must be met for the issue of a Class 2 balloon endorsement.

Eligibility

       5.2     The person seeking the endorsement (the applicant) must:

(a)   hold a Class 1 (U) endorsement in accordance with subsection 4; and

(b)   have at least 175 hours as PIC of any Class 1 balloon; and

(c)   have at least 80 hours as PIC in balloon charter flights; and

(d)   pass a proficiency check flight, in a Class 2 balloon of the type for which the applicant is seeking a Class 2 balloon endorsement (the proficiency check flight), conducted by 1 of the following who holds a Class 2 (U) endorsement:

             (i)  an examiner;

            (ii)  if an examiner is not available — the holder of a flight instructor (balloon) rating approved in writing by CASA to conduct Class 2 balloon endorsement proficiency check flights; and

Note   Flight time as PICUS does not constitute flight time as PIC.

(e)   have a logbook that may be endorsed for a Class 2 balloon by 1 of the following using CASA Form 214 (as in force or existence from time to time):

             (i)  an examiner, who conducted the proficiency check flight;

            (ii)  another examiner, provided that he or she has received the following from the examiner or the flight instructor (balloon) who conducted the proficiency check flight:

(A)     a written recommendation to make the endorsement;

(B)     a proficiency check flight report;

(C)     the applicant’s logbook.

Class 2 (R) endorsement

       5.3     For regulation 11.068 of CASR, a Class 2 balloon endorsement is subject to the condition that it is a Class 2 (R) endorsement until the restriction mentioned in paragraph 5.4 is removed in accordance with paragraph 5.6.

       5.4     For paragraph 5.3, the restriction is that the holder of the Class 2 (R) endorsement (the endorsement holder) must not fly a Class 2 balloon with an envelope volume that is greater than 400 000 cubic feet in an AOC operation.

       5.5     If an applicant satisfies the requirements of paragraph 5.2, then, subject to paragraph 5.6, the examiner who conducted the proficiency check flight must endorse the logbook with a Class 2 (R) endorsement by:

(a)   applying the relevant Class 2 (R) sticky label from the completed CASA Form 214 and sending the top copy to CASA for its records; and

(b)   recording in the logbook the name, ARN, date and signature of the examiner.

       5.6     If:

(a)   an applicant satisfies the requirements of paragraph 5.2; and

(b)   the proficiency check flight was conducted by a flight instructor (balloon) in accordance with sub-subparagraph 5.2 (d) (ii);

                 then:

(c)   the flight instructor (balloon) must recommend, through an entry in the applicant’s logbook, that he or she be endorsed for a Class 2 (R) endorsement by an examiner; and

(d)   an examiner, having been provided with the documents mentioned in sub‑subparagraph 5.2 (e) (ii), must, if satisfied, endorse the logbook with a Class 2 (R) endorsement as if subparagraphs 5.5 (a) and (b) applied.

Removal of restriction

       5.7     For paragraph 5.3, the restriction mentioned in paragraph 5.4 is removed from the endorsement holder’s Class 2 (R) endorsement only if the following requirements are complied with:

(a)   the endorsement holder must be authorised, in accordance with regulation 5.141, to fly the balloon type that he or she proposes to fly (the balloon type);

(b)   the endorsement holder must have completed at least 5 hours (involving at least 5 take-offs and landings) as PICUS in the balloon type in AOC operations with 1 of the following as PIC:

             (i)  the chief pilot of the AOC holder for the AOC operations;

            (ii)  the holder of a flight instructor (balloon) rating;

(c)   the PIC mentioned in sub-subparagraph (b) (i) or (ii) must:

             (i)  hold an unrestricted Class 2 balloon endorsement; and

            (ii)  be authorised in the balloon type; and

           (iii)  have at least 25 hours’ experience flying a balloon whose envelope volume is equal to or greater than that of the balloon type;

(d)   the endorsement holder must have completed a proficiency check flight as PICUS in the balloon type in AOC operations with:

             (i)  a PIC mentioned in subparagraph (b) who is qualified in accordance with subparagraph (c); or

            (ii)  an examiner who satisfies the requirements mentioned in sub‑subparagraphs (c) (i), (ii) and (iii);

(e)   the proficiency check flight mentioned in paragraph (d) must involve:

             (i)  balloon flight time of at least 1 hour; and

            (ii)  at least 1 balloon inflation and 1 balloon deflation;

(f)    at the end of the proficiency check flight, the person who was the PIC for subparagraph (d) (the recommender) must:

             (i)  determine if the endorsement holder is competent to fly the balloon type with an envelope volume that is greater than 400 000 cubic feet in an AOC operation; and

            (ii)  if the endorsement holder is competent, recommend, through an entry in the holder’s logbook, that he or she be endorsed with a Class 2 (U) endorsement by an examiner.

Note   But an actual endorsement only takes effect when the label from Form 214 has been affixed to the applicant’s logbook by an examiner under subsection 5.11.

Class 2 (U) endorsement

       5.8     For subparagraph 5.7 (f), the recommendation must be in the following form:

        [Name of endorsement holder [logbook holder] and ARN] is recommended to be endorsed to fly a Class 2 balloon with an envelope volume that is greater than 400 000 cubic feet in an AOC operation, subject to the limitations of the balloon type.

        [Signature of recommender and date.]

        [Printed name of recommender and ARN.]

        [Qualifications of recommender — delete those not applicable below.]

                   [Examiner (Approved Balloon Testing Officer (ABTO) or CASA FOI).]

                   [Flight Instructor (Balloon) holder.]

                   [Chief Pilot of [Name the Balloon AOC holder].]

       5.9     The recommender must complete a proficiency check flight report.

Note   A proficiency check flight report using the balloon flight review form in Appendix E to CAAP 5.81-1(1) is an acceptable means of compliance.

     5.10     A copy of the flight report must be retained in safe custody by:

(a)   the logbook holder; and

(b)   the chief pilot of the AOC holder.

     5.11     Within 14 days after making the recommendation mentioned in paragraph 5.6, the recommender must give a copy of the proficiency check flight report and the applicant’s logbook to an examiner who, if satisfied, must endorse the logbook by:

(a)   applying the relevant Class 2 (U) sticky label from the completed CASA Form 214 and sending the top copy to CASA for its records; and

(b)   recording in the logbook the name, ARN, date and signature of the examiner.

Note 1   The endorsement only takes effect when the label has been affixed to the endorsement holder’s logbook by an examiner.

Note 2   An examiner who conducts the proficiency check flight for subparagraph 5.7 (d) may be both a recommender and the examiner for paragraph 5.11.

6          Class 3 gas balloon endorsement

       6.1     For subregulation 5.23 (1), CASA directs that the requirements in this subsection must be met for the issue of a Class 3 gas balloon endorsement.

       6.2     CASA may issue a Class 3 gas balloon endorsement only after assessing that the applicant’s detailed safety case, which must be submitted with the applicant’s application, is satisfactory for aviation safety.

Note   Gas balloons are generally small and carry no more than 2 persons. They are not currently in use for charter operations in Australia and training is not available. In the event that there is a requirement for gas balloon endorsements in the future, it is likely that Civil Aviation Order (CAO) 40.7 would be amended to specifically address that contingency.

7          Overseas balloon endorsement for restricted or unrestricted Class 1 balloon endorsement

       7.1     For subregulation 5.23 (1), CASA directs that the requirements in this subsection must be met for the issue of a Class 1 (R) endorsement or a Class 1 (U) endorsement (as the case requires) to the holder of an overseas balloon endorsement on or after 1 September 2019.

       7.2     The person seeking the particular endorsement (the applicant) must:

(a)   hold an overseas balloon endorsement that is at least the equivalent of a Class 1 (R) endorsement or a Class 1 (U) endorsement (as the case requires) (the relevant overseas balloon endorsement); and

(b)   be qualified to hold a commercial pilot (balloon) licence in accordance with subregulation 5.138 (2) of CAR; and

          Note   Under regulation 5.147, the flight test required in order to be qualified to hold a commercial pilot (balloon) licence is conducted by an examiner who applies the label from the completed CASA Form 214 and sends the top copy to CASA for its records.

(c)   have an ARN, and a logbook that is capable of being endorsed.

       7.3     If an applicant satisfies the requirements of paragraph 7.2, then the examiner who conducted the flight test must endorse the logbook:

(a)   with a Class 1 (U) endorsement as if paragraph 4.6 applied — if the person’s logbook contains persuasive evidence that the person’s relevant overseas balloon endorsement authorises the person to operate the equivalent of a Class 1 balloon carrying more than 7 people (including the person) in a balloon operation that is an AOC operation or equivalent; or

(b)   with a Class 1 (R) endorsement — if subparagraph (a) is not the case.

       7.4     For paragraph 7.3, the endorsement by the examiner must be by:

(a)   applying the relevant Class 1 (R) or Class 1 (U) sticky label from the completed CASA Form 214 and sending the top copy to CASA for its records; and

(b)   recording in the logbook the name, ARN, date and signature of the examiner.

       7.5     A person who is issued with a Class 1 (R) endorsement may have the restriction removed only if paragraphs 4.6 to 4.10 are complied with as if they applied to, and for, the person.

8          Overseas balloon endorsement for restricted or unrestricted Class 2 balloon endorsement

       8.1     For subregulation 5.23 (1), CASA directs that the requirements in this subsection must be met for the issue of a Class 2 (R) endorsement or a Class 2 (U) endorsement (as the case requires) to the holder of an overseas balloon endorsement on or after 1 September 2019.

       8.2     The person seeking the particular endorsement (the applicant) must:

(a)   hold an overseas balloon endorsement that is at least the equivalent of a Class 2 (R) endorsement or a Class 2 (U) endorsement (as the case requires) (the relevant overseas balloon endorsement); and

(b)   have persuasive logbook evidence of at least 175 hours as PIC of any Class 1 balloon or equivalent; and

(c)   have persuasive logbook evidence of at least 80 hours as PIC on balloon passenger charter flights; and

(d)   have passed a commercial pilot (balloon) licence flight test in accordance with regulation 5.147; and

                          Note   Under regulation 5.147, the flight test is conducted by an examiner who applies the label from the completed CASA Form 214 and sends the top copy to CASA for its records.

(e)   have passed a commercial pilot (balloon) licence theory examination; and

(f)    have an ARN, and a logbook that is capable of being endorsed.

       8.3     If an applicant satisfies the requirements of paragraph 8.2, then the examiner who conducted the flight test must endorse the logbook:

(a)   with:

             (i)  a Class 2 (U) endorsement as if paragraph 5.6 applied — if the person’s logbook contains persuasive evidence that the person’s relevant overseas balloon endorsement authorises the person to operate a Class 2 balloon or equivalent, with an envelope volume that is greater than 400 000 cubic feet, in a balloon operation that is an AOC operation or equivalent; and

            (ii)  on the basis of the Class 2 (U) endorsement under sub-subparagraph (i) — with a Class 1 (U) endorsement, if not already so endorsed; or

(b)   with:

             (i)  a Class 2 (R) endorsement — if sub-subparagraph (a) (i) is not the case; and

            (ii)  on the basis of the Class 2 (R) endorsement under sub-subparagraph (i) — with a Class 1 (U) endorsement, if not already so endorsed.

       8.4     For paragraph 8.3, the endorsement by the examiner must be by:

(a)   applying the relevant Class 2 (R) or Class 2 (U) sticky label from the completed CASA Form 214 and sending the top copy to CASA for its records; and

(b)   recording the relevant Class 1 (U) endorsement on the Form; and

(c)   recording in the logbook the name, ARN, date and signature of the examiner.

       8.5     A person who is issued with a Class 2 (R) endorsement may have the restriction removed only if paragraphs 5.7 to 5.11 are complied with as if they applied to, and for, the person.

9          Transitional application of subsections 4, 5 and 6

       9.1     A person, who on or after 1 September 2019 applies for the issue of an initial Class 1 balloon endorsement, is entitled to be issued with the endorsement if:

(a)   the endorsement would be the first balloon endorsement that the person has held (a first endorsement); and

(b)   the requirements of subsection 4 are satisfied by, and for, the person.

       9.2     A person (a grandfathered person) who, immediately before 1 September 2019 (the commencement) holds a class of balloon endorsement (an old endorsement) issued under subsection 12 of CAO 40.7, as in force immediately before the commencement (subsection 12), is taken to hold the balloon endorsement mentioned in Table 9.3 as if the endorsement had been issued under subsection 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8, as the case may be (a new endorsement).

       9.3     For paragraph 9.3, for an old endorsement mentioned in a row of column 1 of Table 9.2, the new endorsement is that mentioned in the same row in column 2.

Table 9.3       New for old endorsements of grandfathered persons

Old endorsement

New endorsement

Class 1 endorsement issued before 1 September 2014

Class 1 (R)

Class 2 endorsement issued before 1 September 2014

Class 1 (U)

Class 3 endorsement issued before 1 September 2014

Class 2 (R)

Class 4 endorsement issued before 1 September 2014

Class 2 (U)

Class 1 endorsement issued on or after 1 September 2014

Class 1 (U)

Class 2 endorsement issued on or after 1 September 2014

Class 2 (U)

       9.4     Subsection 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8, as the case may be, applies to the holder of any endorsement issued or held in accordance with this subsection (a transitional endorsement) for any issue of a class of balloon endorsement for which the transitional endorsement was, at any time, a prerequisite.

16        Flight instructor (balloon) rating

     16.1     For the purposes of subregulation 5.14 (1):

(a)   the flight tests that must be passed; and

(b)   the other requirements that must be satisfied;

                 for the issue, or renewal, of a flight instructor (balloon) rating are set out in this subsection.

  16.1.1     An applicant for a flight instructor (balloon) rating must:

(a)   have the aeronautical experience set out in paragraph 16.2; and

(b)   pass a flight test conducted by CASA, an approved testing officer or an approved person in accordance with the flight instructor (balloon) rating flight test report form.

     16.2     For the purposes of subparagraph 16.1.1 (a), the aeronautical experience must consist of:

(a)   at least 250 hours as pilot in command that includes not less than:

             (i)  100 hours free flight time in a balloon engaged in charter operations; and

            (ii)  5 hours tethered flight time; and

(b)   holding a commercial pilot (balloon) licence that has been in force for the immediately preceding period of 2 years.

     16.3     For subregulation 5.17 (3), a flight instructor (balloon) rating remains in force for:

(a)   1 year from the last day of the month in which the rating was issued; or

(b)   2 years from the last day of the month in which the rating was renewed.

     16.4     An applicant for the renewal of a flight instructor (balloon) rating must pass a flight test conducted by CASA, an approved test officer or an approved person in accordance with the flight instructor rating test report form.

  16.4A     A flight instructor (balloon) rating is renewed:

(a)   if the flight test mentioned in paragraph 16.4 has been passed within the 90 days before the rating would have expired — on the day the rating would have expired; or

(b)   in any other case — on the day on which the flight test was passed.

     16.5     For the purposes of regulation 5.18, a flight instructor (balloon) rating authorises the holder of the rating:

(a)   to give flying training in accordance with the balloon syllabus; and

(b)   to give flying training for the issue of an aircraft endorsement for a balloon, being an endorsement held by the holder; and

(ba)   to conduct a proficiency check flight for a class of balloon endorsement, provided the holder holds the same class of balloon endorsement without restriction; and

(c)   to conduct a balloon flight review; and

(d)   if the holder is approved under regulation 5.20 — to give training for the issue or renewal of a balloon rating.

     16.6     For the purposes of subregulation 5.20 (1), the holder of a pilot licence and a flight instructor (balloon) rating is approved to give flying training for the issue of a balloon grade of night V.F.R. rating if he or she holds a balloon grade of night V.F.R. rating.

Notes to Civil Aviation Order 40.7

Note 1

The Civil Aviation Order (in force under the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988) as shown in this compilation comprises Civil Aviation Order 40.7 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. R43

8 December 2004
(F2005B00871)

8 December 2004 (see s. 2)

 

CAO 40.7 2006 (No. 1)

FRLI 30 June 2006
(F2006L02072)

1 July 2006 (see s. 2)

 

CAO (Flight Crew Licensing) Repeal and Amendment Instrument 2014 (No. 1)

FRLI 29 August 2014 (F2014L01177)

1 September 2014 (see s. 2)

Sections 3 and 31 (Table A)

CAO 40.7 2019 (No. 1)

FRL 14 August 2019
(
F2019L01062)

1 September 2019 (see s. 2)

 

 

Table of Amendments

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

Provision affected

How affected

s. 40.7

subs. 2

subs. 2

subs. 3

subs. 4

subs. 5

subs. 6

subs. 7

subs. 7

subs. 8

subs. 9

subs. 12

subs. 12

subs. 16

rs. CAO 2004 No. R43

am. F2014L01177

rs. F2019L01062

rep. F2014L01177

ad. F2019L01062

ad. F2019L01062

ad. F2019L01062

rep. F2014L01177

ad. F2019L01062

ad. F2019L01062

ad. F2019L01062

am. F2006L02072

rep. F2019L01062

am. F2006L02072, F2019L01062

Table A                Application, saving or transitional provisions

Sections 3 and 31 of Civil Aviation Order (Flight Crew Licensing) Repeal and Amendment Instrument 2014 (No. 1) read as follows:

3          Definitions

        (1)     In this instrument:

continued authorisation has the meaning given by regulation 202.261 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR 1998).

new authorisation has the meaning given by regulation 202.261 of CASR 1998.

        (2)     A reference in this instrument to a Civil Aviation Order identified by a specified number is taken to include a reference to the section of the Civil Aviation Orders with that number.

Note   Some existing legislative instruments are referred to as a Civil Aviation Order followed by a number. Other instruments are referred to as a section of the Civil Aviation Orders. For consistency, in this instrument, all such instruments are referred to as a Civil Aviation Order followed by a number. For example, a reference to Civil Aviation Order 40.2.2 is taken to include a reference to section 40.2.2 of the Civil Aviation Orders.

31        Transitional — application of Civil Aviation Orders

                 The Civil Aviation Orders apply to a continued authorisation as if it were the equivalent new authorisation.