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This instrument amends the Part 101 (Unmanned Aircraft and Rockets) Manual of Standards 2019 to clarify, simplify and streamline some provisions and their application.
Administered by: Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 15
Registered 31 Mar 2022
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR26-Jul-2022
Tabled Senate26-Jul-2022
To be repealed 26 Oct 2022
Repealed by Division 1 of Part 3 of Chapter 3 of the Legislation Act 2003

I, PHILIPPA JILLIAN SPENCE, Director of Aviation Safety, on behalf of CASA, make this instrument under regulation 101.028 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.

[Signed P. Spence]

Pip Spence
Director of Aviation Safety

30 March 2022

Part 101 Manual of Standards (Miscellaneous Revisions) Amendment Instrument 2022 (No. 1)

1          Name of instrument

                 This instrument is the Part 101 Manual of Standards (Miscellaneous Revisions) Amendment Instrument 2022 (No. 1).

2          Commencement

                 This instrument commences on 1 April 2022.

3          Amendment of the Part 101 Manual of Standards

                 Schedule 1 amends the Part 101 (Unmanned Aircraft and Rockets) Manual of Standards Instrument 2019.

Schedule 1          Amendments

[1]       Section 1.03, the Table, Item 1A

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10 April 2022

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10 April 2024

[2]       Subsection 1.04 (2), definition of tethered operation

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tethered operation means use of an RPA in circumstances in which an RPA is flown while securely attached to a lead that:

(a)   is no longer than 150 ft, unless a provision of this MOS provides for a longer lead; and

(b)   makes it impossible for the RPA to escape and fly away during normal, abnormal or emergency operations.

[3]       Subsection 1.04 (2)

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measurement point  means any point on the actual or notional centreline of a runway between the 2 threshold centrepoints.

test flight, for an RPA or model aircraft, means a flight of the aircraft solely to test all or any of the following to determine that they or it is in working order and in a condition for safe operation:

(a)   the aircraft;

(b)   the aircraft system;

(c)   any equipment associated with the aircraft or the aircraft system.

threshold, for a runway, means the beginning of that portion of the runway usable for landing.

Note   This definition also applies to a runway that is a grass landing strip, whether or not the threshold is marked with markers.

threshold centrepoint, for a runway, means the point on the threshold of the runway at which the centreline of the runway intersects (or would insect if there were a centreline) the threshold.

[4]       Section 2.04

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            2.04    Aeronautical radio

Note   CASA is developing guidance material for RePL training organisations which will include guidance on aerial radio operator certificates (AROCs) and General English Language Proficiency (GELP).

[5]       Subsection 2.06 (1), the Note

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[6]       Section 4.01, the chapeau

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Division

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Chapter

[7]       Section 4.02, the chapeau

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Division

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Chapter

[8]       Section 4.02

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section 4.06 (wherever occurring)

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section 4.05

[9]       Section 4.02, paragraph (a) of definition of no-fly zone of a controlled aerodrome

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of the movement area

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, in any direction, from the measurement point of any runway

[10]     Section 4.02, paragraph (b) of definition of no-fly zone of a controlled aerodrome

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of the movement area

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, in any direction, from the measurement point of any runway

[11]     Section 4.02, definition of RPA

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Division

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Chapter

[12]     Section 4.04, the heading

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4.04    Approval to operate an RPA in a no-fly zone of a controlled aerodrome — tethered and indoors operations

[13]     Subsection 4.04 (3), including the Note

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        (3)     For a tethered operation in the no-fly zone of a controlled aerodrome, the certified RPA operator must:

(a)   use a tether that is no longer than 150 ft; and

(b)   ensure that the RPA is not operated higher than 150 ft above the aerodrome elevation; and

Note   The aerodrome elevation can be determined from the aerodrome obstacle limitation data (OLS data).

(c)   conduct the tethered operation in accordance with the operator’s documented practices and procedures for operations under this Chapter; and

(d)   submit a notification to ATC before the operation of the RPA; and

(e)   ensure that the RPA is flown in accordance with any instructions issued by ATC; and

(f)    ensure that:

             (i)  the RPA is flown within the area that is shaded grey for the controlled aerodrome; or

            (ii)  if the RPA is flown within the area that is shaded black for the controlled aerodrome, the RPA is not flown within 3 NM from the measurement point of any runway of the controlled aerodrome.

Note   The designation of controlled aerodromes and controlled airspace is made in the Determination of airspace and controlled aerodromes etc., as in force from time to time. This is a legislative instrument revised and reissued by CASA approximately every 6 months. Controlled aerodrome information in the Determination in force at any particular time is also published by Airservices Australia in the Designated Airspace Handbook.

[14]     Section 4.05

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4.05     Approach and departure paths — controlled aerodromes

        (1)     Figure 4.05 (1)-1 shows the approach and departure paths of a controlled aerodrome.

Note   Figure 4.05 (1)-2 illustrates 1 example of a multi-runway scenario to which the requirements in this Chapter apply in the same way as for a single runway. Application of the requirements does not affect the black-shaded areas but produces overlapping grey-shaded areas, and what would otherwise be a grey-shaded area becomes a black-shaded area because of the intersection of the runways.

        (2)     As shown in Figure 4.05 (1)-1, the approach and departure path is up to 400 ft, as follows:

(a)   anywhere on or from the ground upwards in the area that is the runway or the runway strip;

(b)   anywhere in the following areas which are the approach and departure paths for the controlled aerodrome:

             (i)  subject to subparagraph (ii) — on or from the ground upwards in the area that is shaded black to a distance of 7 km from the end of the runway strip;

            (ii)  anywhere from 300 ft (90 m) above the ground (referenced to the aerodrome elevation) in the area that is between 7 km and 8.5 km from the end of the runway strip (the area that is crosshatched);

(c)   anywhere from 150 ft (45 m) above the ground (referenced to the aerodrome elevation) in the area that is shaded grey.

        (3)     The area that is shaded black, which shows the approach and departure paths and the ground below them, is described as comprising the following:

(a)   a symmetrical trapezoids with the shorter side coincident with the ends of a nominal 100 m wide runway strip and extending out at an angle of 15 degrees on either side to a distance of 8.5 km;

(b)   a rectangle extending 500 m on either side of the runway centreline and overlying the runway strip until it intersects the trapezoids of the approach and departure paths.

        (4)     The area that is shaded grey is an area that extends 3 NM in all directions from the measurement point.

[15]     Section 4.05, Figure 4.05 (1)-1 and Figure 4.05 (1)-2

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A picture containing text, businesscard

Description automatically generatedFigure 4.05 (1)-1 Controlled aerodromes approach and departure paths (shows matters, but shape only illustrates matters)

[16]     Section 4.05, Figure 4.05 (1)-3: Intersecting runways (illustrates matters), the caption

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Figure 4.05 (1)-2: Intersecting runways (illustrates matters)

[17]     Paragraph 5.11 (2) (c)

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of the movement area

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, in any direction, from the measurement point of any runway

[18]     Section 9.01

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101.247 (1)

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101.066

[19]     Section 9.02, paragraph (b) of definition of no-fly zone of an HLS

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diameter of 1.5 NM

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a radius of 0.75 NM

[20]     Section 9.02, paragraph (a) of definition of no-fly zone of a non‑controlled aerodrome

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of the movement area

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, in any direction, from the measurement point of any runway

[21]     Section 9.02, paragraph (b) of definition of no-fly zone of a non‑controlled aerodrome

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of the movement area

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, in any direction, from the measurement point of any runway

[22]     Section 9.02, definition of no-fly zone of a non-controlled aerodrome

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Note   If the runway is a grass landing strip, the threshold centrepoint of the runway is the point on the threshold of the runway at which the notional centreline of the runway would insect the threshold.

[23]     Section 9.05, the heading

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9.05    Approval to operate an RPA in a no-fly zone of a non-controlled aerodrome — tethered and indoors operations

[24]     Subsection 9.05 (3)

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        (3)     For a tethered operation in the no-fly zone of a non-controlled aerodrome, the certified RPA operator must:

(a)   use a tether that is no longer than 150 ft; and

(b)   ensure that the RPA is not operated higher than 150 ft above the aerodrome elevation; and

Note   The aerodrome elevation can be determined from the aerodrome obstacle limitation data (OLS data).

(c)   conduct the tethered operation in accordance with the operator’s documented practices and procedures for operations under this Division; and

(d)   ensure that:

             (i)  the RPA is flown within the area that is shaded grey for the non‑controlled aerodrome; or

            (ii)  if the RPA is flown within the area that is shaded black for the non‑controlled aerodrome, the RPA is not flown within 3 NM from the measurement point of any runway of the non-controlled aerodrome.

[25]     Section 9.06

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9.06     Approach and departure paths — non-controlled aerodromes

        (1)     Figure 9.06 (1)-1 shows the approach and departure paths of a non-controlled certified aerodrome.

Note   Figure 9.06 (1)-2 illustrates a cross-runways scenario to which the requirements in this Division apply in the same way as for a single runway. Application of the requirements does not affect the black-shaded areas but produces overlapping grey-shaded areas, and what would otherwise be a grey-shaded area becomes a black-shaded area because of the intersection of the runways.

        (2)     As shown in Figure 9.06 (1)-1, the approach and departure path is up to 400 ft, as follows:

(a)   anywhere on or from the ground upwards in the area that is the runway or the runway strip;

(b)   anywhere in the following areas which are the approach and departure paths for the non-controlled aerodrome:

             (i)  on or from the ground upwards in the area that is shaded black to a distance of 7 km from the end of the runway strip;

            (ii)  anywhere from 150 ft (45 m) above the ground (referenced to the aerodrome elevation) in the area that is shaded grey.

        (3)     The area that is shaded black, which shows the approach and departure paths and the ground below them, is described as comprising the following:

(a)   a symmetrical trapezoids with the shorter side coincident with the ends of a nominal 100 m wide runway strip and extending out at an angle of 15 degrees on either side to a distance of 8.5 km;

(b)   a rectangle extending 500 m on either side of the runway centreline and overlying the runway strip until it intersects the trapezoids of the approach and departure paths.

        (4)     The area that is shaded grey is an area that extends 3 NM in all directions from the measurement point.

[26]     Section 9.06, Figure 9.06 (1)-1 and Figure 9.06 (1)-2

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A picture containing text, businesscard

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Figure 9.06 (1)-1 Non-controlled aerodromes approach and departure paths (shows matters, but shape only illustrates matters)

[27]     Section 9.06, Figure 9.06 (1)-3: Intersecting runways (illustrates matters), the caption

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Figure 9.06 (1)-2: Intersecting runways (illustrates matters)

[28]     Chapter 10, the heading

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CHAPTER 10           RECORD KEEPING FOR CERTAIN RPA AND MODEL AIRCRAFT

[29]     After section 10.17

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10.18  Model aircraft — information required

        (1)     For paragraph 101.028 (b) of CASR, this section applies to a person who has registered a model aircraft.

        (2)     If:

(a)   the person has used their myCASA account to give CASA any personal or commercial identification, or contact details, or any other information; and

(b)   any of the details or information changes;

                 then the person must use their myCASA account to update the details or information not more than 21 days after the change.

        (3)     A person must, as soon as practicable, give CASA specified operational information about the registered model aircraft, if CASA:

(a)   considers that the information is necessary for the purposes of aviation safety; and

(b)   requests the information in writing; and

(c)   explains in the request why the information is necessary for aviation safety.

[30]     Chapter 11

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CHAPTER 11     TEST FLIGHTS

Division 11.1       Circumstances in which an RPA or model aircraft may be operated for test flights without registration

11.01  Purpose

                 For subregulation 101.099B (1) of CASR, this Division prescribes the circumstances in which:

(a)   an RPA or a model aircraft that is not required to be registered under Division 47.C.1 of CASR, and is not registered under Division 47.C.2, may be operated for the purposes of a test flight; and

Note 1   For operations, all RPA are required to be registered, generally under Division 47.C.2, unless specifically excluded by CASA (see subregulation 47.015 (1B)) or unless conducting a test flight in accordance with this Chapter.

Note 2   In general terms, from a prescribed date, a model aircraft must be registered under Division 47.C.2 of CASR unless it is a glider; or it has a gross weight of no more than 250 g; or (c) it has a gross weight of more than 250 g, but is operated only indoors and/or in a prescribed area (see subregulation 101.374B (3)) or unless conducting a test flight in accordance with this Chapter.

(b)   an aircraft that is registered as a model aircraft under Division 47.C.2 (a relevant model aircraft) may be operated as an RPA for the purposes of a test flight.

11.02  Circumstances

        (1)     For paragraph 11.01 (1) (a), the circumstances are when the RPA or a model aircraft (the relevant aircraft) is operated for any of the following purposes, provided that the operation is relevant to the development, manufacture, repair or maintenance of the relevant aircraft or its aircraft system (the relevant system), or of equipment associated with the relevant aircraft or its aircraft system (relevant equipment):

(a)   a test flight conducted by, or at the request of, the manufacturer developing the relevant aircraft, system or equipment, and for the purpose of such development;

(b)   a test flight, following the manufacture of the relevant aircraft, system or equipment, that is conducted:

             (i)  by, or at the request of, the manufacturer of the relevant aircraft, system or equipment; and

            (ii)  before it is provided to the initial purchaser of the relevant aircraft, system or equipment;

(c)   a test flight following the fitting of relevant equipment to a relevant aircraft or system, that is conducted by, or at the request of, the person who fitted the equipment;

(d)   a test flight before or after repair or maintenance of the relevant aircraft, system or equipment, that is conducted by, or at the request of, the person who carried out, or will carry out, the maintenance or repair.

        (2)     For paragraph 11.01 (1) (b), the circumstances are when the relevant model aircraft is operated for any of the purposes mentioned in subsection (1).

Division 11.2       Requirements relating to the operation of an RPA or a model aircraft that is operated for test flights without registration

11.03  Purpose

                 For subregulation 101.099B (3) of CASR, this Division prescribes the requirements relating to the operation of an RPA or a model aircraft mentioned in subsection 11.01 (1) (a relevant aircraft) for the purposes of a test flight.

11.03  Requirements

        (1)     For section 11.03, the person who operates a relevant aircraft for a test flight (the relevant operator) must prepare a written record of the test flight (the record) that includes the following:

(a)   the serial number of the relevant aircraft flown;

(b)   the name, address and ARN (if any) of the owner of relevant aircraft;

(c)   the time and date of the test flight;

(d)   the location of the test flight;

(e)   the reason for the test flight;

Note   See section 11.02 for the permitted reasons.

(f)    any accident, incident or malfunction that occurred during the test flight;

(g)   the name of the relevant operator.

        (2)     The relevant operator must prepare the record as soon as possible after the test flight is completed, and must sign and date the record.

        (3)     The relevant operator, or the employer of the relevant operator (the keeper) must keep the record, securely and retrievably, for 3 years from the date of the test flight (a current record).

        (4)     The keeper must give to CASA, on written request, a complete and legible hard or soft copy of a current record.

        (5)     Neither the relevant operator nor the employer of the relevant operator may disclose a current record, or the information in a current record, to a person other than CASA unless:

(a)   the disclosure has the consent of the owner of the relevant aircraft; or

(b)   the disclosure is required by law.

[31]     Item 3 of Unit 2 in Appendix 1 of Schedule 4

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3

NOTAMs

(a)    obtaining NOTAMs for operational areas;

(b)   decoding NOTAMs.

A

NOTAM publication

(c)    Submitting a NOTAM for publication.

C

[32]     Item 4 of Unit 2 in Appendix 1 of Schedule 4

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4

Form of the earth, aeronautical charts and maps

(a)    features on an aeronautical chart (other than airspace);

(b)   cardinal and ordinal points of the compass;

(c)    latitude and longitude;

(d)   depiction of height and elevation on charts;

(e)    distance on the earth and in charts;

(f)    magnetic variation;

(g)   relationship between magnetic heading and magnetic bearing.

A

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Electronic flight bag

(a)    electronic maps and charts;

(b)   CASA verified drone safety app.

C

[33]     Subparagraph (a) (i) in item 8 of Unit 6, Appendix 1 of Schedule 4

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             (i)  the location at an aerodrome of each runway threshold, each runway threshold centrepoint, and the movement areas;

[34]     The heading in column 1 of Item 1 of Unit 23 in Appendix 2 of Schedule 5

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Enter and recover from stall

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Enter and recover from stall (if applicable to the RPA)

[35]     Paragraphs (b) and (c) in column 3 of Item 1 of Unit 23 in Appendix 2 of Schedule 5

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(b)   the RPA at high and low heights.

[36]     Paragraphs (e) and (f) in column 1 of Item 1 of Unit 27 in Appendix 3 of Schedule 5

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(e)    perform an 8-point pirouette pausing at each point without GPS hold;

(f)    perform a 360-degree level turn without GPS hold.

[37]     Paragraphs (b) and (c) in column 3 of Item 1 of Unit 32 in Appendix 4 of Schedule 5

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(b)    the RPA at high and low heights.

[38]     The heading in column 1 of Item 2 of Unit 34 in Appendix 5 of Schedule 5

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Launch and hover

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Launch and hover (if applicable to the RPA)

[39]     Paragraph (b) in column 2 of Item 2 of Unit 34 in Appendix 5 of Schedule 5

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for at least 10 seconds,

[40]     The heading in column 1 of Item 1 of Unit 37 in Appendix 5 of Schedule 5

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Enter and recover from stall in other than vertical flight

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Enter and recover from stall in other than vertical flight (if applicable to the RPA)

[41]     Paragraphs (b) and (c) in column 3 of Item 4 of Unit 37 in Appendix 5 of Schedule 5

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(b)    the RPA at high and low heights.

[42]     Item 1, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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Complete a JSA

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1   Complete a JSA

[43]     Item 1, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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(a)    assembly,

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2      The following:

(a)    assembly,

[44]     Item 1, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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The JSA addresses

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1            The JSA addresses

[45]     Item 1, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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(a)    familiarisation

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2            The following:

(a)    familiarisation

[46]     Item 2, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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Electric-powered RPA

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1      Electric-powered RPA

[47]     Item 2, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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Very small or small RPA with liquid-fuel system

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2      Very small or small RPA with liquid-fuel system

[48]     Item 2, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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(a)    the calculated RPA

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1   The following:

(a)    the calculated RPA

[49]     Item 2, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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(a)    the calculated RPA (second occurring)

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2   The following:

(a)    the calculated RPA

[50]     Item 7, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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Complete standard

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1   Complete standard

[51]     Item 7, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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Complete steep

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2   Complete steep

[52]     Item 7, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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(a)    turns should be (first occurring)

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1   The following:

(a)    turns should be

[53]     Item 7, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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(a)    turns should be (second occurring)

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2   The following:

(a)    turns should be

[54]     Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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Inward and

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1   Inward and

[55]     Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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Demonstrate the

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2   Demonstrate the

[56]     Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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Simulate a

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3   Simulate a

[57]     Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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[The manoeuvre

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Note   The manoeuvre

[58]     Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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if applicable.]

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if applicable.

[59]     Item 9, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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(a)    accurate altitude

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1   The following:

(a)    accurate altitude

[60]     Item 9, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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Familiar with

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2   Familiar with

[61]     Item 9, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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(a)    maintain safe

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3   The following:

(a)    maintain safe

[62]     Item 10, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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Glide approach/simulated “dead stick

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1   Glide approach/simulated “dead stick

[63]     Item 10, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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Demonstrate/simulate

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2   Demonstrate/simulate

[64]     Item 10, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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Recover from

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3   Recover from

[65]     Item 10, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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(a)    uses elevators

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1   The following:

(a)    uses elevators

[66]     Item 10, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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(a)    familiar with

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2   The following:

(a)    familiar with

[67]     Item 10, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 1 of Schedule 6

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(a)    correct recovery

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3   The following:

(a)    correct recovery

[68]     Item 1, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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Complete a JSA

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1   Complete a JSA

[69]     Item 1, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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(a)    assembly

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2   The following:

(a)    assembly

[70]     Item 1, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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The JSA addresses

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1   The JSA addresses

[71]     Item 1, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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(a)    familiar with

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2   The following:

(a)    familiar with

[72]     Item 2, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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Electric -powered RPA

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1   Electric -powered RPA

[73]     Item 2, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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Very small or small RPA with liquid-fuel system

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2   Very small or small RPA with liquid-fuel system

[74]     Item 2, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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(a)    the calculated RPA (first occurring)

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1   The following:

(a)    the calculated RPA

[75]     Item 2, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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(a)    the calculated RPA (second occurring)

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2   The following:

(a)    the calculated RPA

[76]     Item 7, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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Without GPS hold

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1   Without GPS hold

[77]     Item 7, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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(a)    lift-off to height of 5 m

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2   The following:

(a)    lift-off to height of 5 m

[78]     Item 7, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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(a)    controlled ascent (first occurring)

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1   The following:

(a)    controlled ascent

[79]     Item 7, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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(a)    controlled ascent (second occurring)

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2   The following:

(a)    controlled ascent

[80]     Item 8, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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Figure of 8

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1   Figure of 8

[81]     Item 8, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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Vertical rectangle

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2   Vertical rectangle

[82]     Item 8, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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[First movement

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Note   First movement

[83]     Item 8, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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marker cones.]

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marker cones.

[84]     Item 8, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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Simulate

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3   Simulate

[85]     Item 8, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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(a)    turns should be

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1   The following:

(a)    turns should be

[86]     Item 8, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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(a)    smooth flying (second occurring)

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2   The following:

(a)    smooth flying

[87]     Item 8, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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(a)    maintains safe

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3   The following:

(a)    maintains safe

[88]     Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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From normal

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1   From normal

[89]     Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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(a)    simulated emergency

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2   The following:

(a)    simulated emergency

[90]     Item 9, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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Applicant manoeuvres

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1   Applicant manoeuvres

[91]     Item 9, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 2 of Schedule 6

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Applicant demonstrates

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2   Applicant demonstrates

[92]     Item 1, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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Complete a JSA

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1   Complete a JSA

[93]     Item 1, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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(a)    assembly and

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2   The following:

(a)    assembly and

[94]     Item 1, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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The JSA addresses

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1   The JSA addresses

[95]     Item 1, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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(a)    familiar with

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2   The following:

(a)    familiar with

[96]     Item 2, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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Electric-powered RPA

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1   Electric-powered RPA

[97]     Item 2, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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Very small or small RPA with liquid-fuel system

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2   Very small or small RPA with liquid-fuel system

[98]     Item 2, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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(a)    the calculated RPA (first occurring)

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1   The following:

(a)    the calculated RPA

[99]     Item 2, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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(a)    the calculated RPA (second occurring)

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2   The following:

(a)    the calculated RPA

[100]   Item 8, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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(a)    lift-off (first occurring)

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1   The following:

(a)    lift-off

[101]   Item 8, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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(a)    lift-off (second occurring)

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2   The following:

(a)    lift-off

[102]   Item 8, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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(a)    controlled ascent (first occurring)

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1   The following:

(a)    controlled ascent

[103]   Item 8, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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(a)    controlled ascent (second occurring)

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2   The following:

(a)    controlled ascent

[104]   Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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Figure of 8

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1   Figure of 8

[105]   Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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Vertical rectangle

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2   Vertical rectangle

[106]   Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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Simulate

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3   Simulate

[107]   Item 9, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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(a)    turns should be

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1   The following:

(a)    turns should be

[108]   Item 9, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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(a)    smooth flying

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2   The following:

(a)    smooth flying

[109]   Item 9, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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(a)    maintains safe

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3   The following:

(a)    maintains safe

[110]   Item 10, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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From normal

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1   From normal

[111]   Item 10, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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(a)    simulated emergency

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2   The following:

(a)    simulated emergency

[112]   Item 10, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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Applicant manoeuvres

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1   Applicant manoeuvres

[113]   Item 10, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 3 of Schedule 6

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Applicant demonstrates

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2   Applicant demonstrates

[114]   Item 1, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Complete a JSA

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1   Complete a JSA

[115]   Item 1, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    assembly and

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2   The following:

(a)    assembly and

[116]   Item 1, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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The JSA addresses

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1   The JSA addresses

[117]   Item 1, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    familiar with

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2   The following:

(a)    familiar with

[118]   Item 2, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Electric-powered RPA

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1   Electric-powered RPA

[119]   Item 2, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Very small or small RPA with liquid-fuel system

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2   Very small or small RPA with liquid-fuel system

[120]   Item 2, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    the calculated RPA (first occurring)

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1   The following:

(a)    the calculated RPA

[121]   Item 2, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    the calculated RPA (second occurring)

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2   The following:

(a)    the calculated RPA

[122]   Item 6, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    start

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1   The following:

(a)    start

[123]   Item 6, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Without GPS hold

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2   Without GPS hold

[124]   Item 6, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    controlled ascent (first occurring)

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1   The following:

(a)    controlled ascent

[125]   Item 6, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    controlled ascent (second occurring)

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2   The following:

(a)    controlled ascent

[126]   Item 7, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Manual transitional

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1   Manual transitional

[127]   Item 7, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Automated transitional flight

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2   Automated transitional flight

[128]   Item 7, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    the RPA remains (first occurring)

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1   The following:

(a)    the RPA remains

[129]   Item 7, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    the RPA remains (second occurring)

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2   The following:

(a)    the RPA remains

[130]   Item 8, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Climb the aircraft

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1   Climb the aircraft

[131]   Item 8, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Complete standard

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2   Complete standard

[132]   Item 8, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Complete steep turns

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3   Complete steep turns

[133]   Item 8, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    maintains correct

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1   The following:

(a)    maintains correct

[134]   Item 8, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    turns should be (first occurring)

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2   The following:

(a)    turns should be

[135]   Item 8, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    turns should be (second occurring)

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3   The following:

(a)    turns should be

[136]   Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Inward and outward

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1   Inward and outward

[137]   Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Demonstrate

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2   Demonstrate

[138]   Item 9, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Simulate

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3   Simulate

[139]   Item 9, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    accurate altitude

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1   The following:

(a)    accurate altitude

[140]   Item 9, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Familiar with

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2   Familiar with

[141]   Item 9, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    maintains safe

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3   The following:

(a)    maintains safe

[142]   Item 10, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Demonstrate/simulate

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1   Demonstrate/simulate

[143]   Item 10, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Recover from

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2   Recover from

[144]   Item 10, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    recover the RPA

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3   The following:

(a)    recover the RPA

[145]   Item 10, Column 3, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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Glide approach/simulated

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4   Glide approach/simulated

[146]   Item 10, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    familiar with

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1   The following:

(a)    familiar with

[147]   Item 10, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    correct recovery

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2   The following:

(a)    correct recovery

[148]   Item 10, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    implements recovery

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3   The following:

(a)    implements recovery

[149]   Item 10, Column 4, in section 3 of Appendix 4 of Schedule 6

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(a)    uses elevators

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4   The following:

(a)    uses elevators