Flashcards in 10.4 Deck (43)
How many Annexes does Air OPS have?
Part 1- definitions
Part 2- Authority requirements
Part 3- organisation requirements
Part 4- commercial air transport
Part 5- specific approvals
Part 6- non commercial with complex motor powered
Part 7- non commercial with non complex motor powered
Part 8- Specialised
What annex must organisations operating CAT aircraft meet the requirements of?
Annex 3, 4 and 5 (if ETOPS)
What is AOC?
Air operators certificate
Where must the AOC requirements have a headquarters?
In the country they intend to gain approval
What is MEL?
Minimum equipment list
Who is the MEL created by?
Created by operator and approved by the NAA
What is an MMEL
Master minimum equipment list. (Given by manufacturer)
What must be carried on every flight?
- Aircraft tech log
- Mass and balance document
- Minimum equipment list
- Aircraft flight manual
- Copy of the Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC)
- Certificate of registration
- Certificate of airworthiness
- Noise certificate
- Aircraft radio license
What Air-OPS annex lists what documents must be carried on every flight?
Air-OPS Annex IV (Part-CAT)
What is ATA?
Air transport association
When and why was ATA formed?
Formed by 14 airlines in 1936.
Promote knowledge of aircraft industry and increase efficiency and safety.
What is ATA 100?
Standard for layout of aircraft technical documentation.
What is ATA 104?
Guidelines for aircraft maintenance documentation
What is ATA 105?
Guidelines for training and qualification of personnel for NDT.
What paper is temporary revision on?
Can a temporary revision be revised?
What is an MPD?
Maintenance planning document
What are intervals for aircraft components to be?
What weight are LAMS aircraft?
Less than 2730kg
What CAP is the LAMP
Cap 767 or 766
What is an SDMP?
Self declared maintenance programme (non commercial aircraft)
What is IPC?
Illustrated parts catalogue.
What is CMM?
Component Maintenance Manual
What does the CMM contain?
Info required for overhaul, maintenance and repair of aircraft components.
What is a TSM?
Trouble shooting manual.
What does the TSM allow?
Systematic identification, rectification and isolation of aircraft faults.
What format is the TSM usually given?
Who is the MMEL produced by?
What are the categories for rectification intervals from MMEL established in accordance with?
Cat A- no standard interval
Cat B- 3 calendar days
Cat C- 10 calendar days
Cat D- 120 calendar days