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ORS4 No.1370: Exemption from the Requirement for Holders of EASA PPL and LAPL to hold an EASA Part-MED Medical Certificate when Operating EASA Aircraft

ORS4 No.1370: Exemption from the Requirement for Holders of EASA PPL and LAPL to hold an EASA Part-MED Medical Certificate when Operating EASA Aircraft The CAA have published ORS4 No 1370 which grants a 7-month exemption, until 8 November 2020, to allow UK EASA PPL (H&A) and LAPL (H&A) holder…

Part-ML and Part-CAO forms now available

Part-ML and Part-CAO forms now available The application form for an Authorisation to Issue an Airworthiness Review Certificate for aircraft within the scope of Part-ML is now available on the CAA website. Applications for an independent certifying staff authorisation can made using Form SRG1015 Applications for Part-CAO transition will now…

Coronavirus: Flight Information Service Officers

Coronavirus: Flight Information Service Officers The CAA have published Safety Notice SN-2020/007which makes provision for the extension of Flight Information Services Officers (FISO) licences and medical declarations.

CAA ORS4 1365 - Derogation for FAA Licence Holders

CAA ORS4 1365 - Derogation for FAA Licence Holders The UK CAA have published ORS4 1365 which precludes the need for the holders of FAA certificates exercising private licence privileges to complete UK Part-FCL conversion or validation of their certificates in accordance with Regulation (EU) No. 1178/2011, Annex III, subject…

DfT Coronavirus: Recreational general aviation

DfT Coronavirus: Recreational general aviation The Department for Transport (DfT) have published the following advisory notice in respect of GA. AOPA, in response to requests from members, is seeking further clarification from the DfT in respect of access to airfields for security/airfield maintenance and also aircraft maintenance being accepted as…

Aircraft preservation during lockdown

Aircraft preservation during lockdown - Some guidance from the AOPA Maintenance Working Group As the pandemic proceeds and we are asked to stay indoors, our aircraft remain grounded, not an ideal situation. Aircraft, and in particular the engines, survive best if used regularly. So what can we do? If you…

Coronavirus - Extension of Validity Periods for Commercial Licences, Ratings and Certificates

Coronavirus - Extension of Validity Periods for Commercial Licences, Ratings and Certificates The CAA have published ORS4 1354 which details an extension of validity periods for Commercial Licences, Ratings and Certificates of Aircrew, Instructors, Examiners, Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders and Air Traffic Controllers.

Coronavirus - Exemption for carriage of Original EASA ARC onboard the Aircraft during all flights

Coronavirus - Exemption for carriage of Original EASA ARC onboard the Aircraft during all flights The CAA have published ORS4 1355 which details an exemption from the need to carry the original EASA Airworthiness Review Certificate onboard the aircraft during all flights. This exemption applies any EASA aircraft registered in…

Coronavirus - Theoretical Knowledge Examination Completion Period

Coronavirus - Theoretical Knowledge Examination Completion Period The CAA have published ORS4 1353 which details the exemption for the Theoretical Examination completion period. ORS4 1353 exempts all candidates currently undertaking theoretical knowledge examinations with the CAA as the Examination Body for the issue of a UK CAA issued Part-FCL licence,from…

COVID-19 – Part 147 Exemption for Basic Training Schools against the 90% attendance requirement

COVID-19 – Part 147 Exemption for Basic Training Schools against the 90% attendance requirement The CAA have published ORS4 No 1352 which exempts any Part 147 Basic Approved Training Organisation that has applied to the UK CAA for exemption from the minimum attendance requirements as defined by Appendix I to…

EASA SIB 2020-05 - Aircraft Maintenance Programme under Part-ML

EASA SIB 2020-05 - Aircraft Maintenance Programme under Part-ML EASA have published Safety Information Bulletin (SIB) 2020-05 which is applicable to Aircraft owners, persons or organisations involved in the aircraft continuing airworthiness and design approval holders (DAH), in particular type certificate holders(TCH),of aircraft referred to in Article 3(2) of Regulation…

Manchester Low-Level Route Procedure Changes

Manchester Low-Level Route Procedure Changes At 2359 hours on 25 March 2020, the UK’s exemption from the SERA Class D visual meteorological conditions (VFR minima) below 3000 ft expires. To reflect this change, the procedures for the use of the Manchester Low-Level Route have been amended. With effect from 0001…
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