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  • Proposed exemption – Part 145 temporary line maintenance facility approval (CD 2215MS)

    We are seeking your feedback on our proposal to exempt Part 145 Approved Maintenance Organisations (AMOs) from the requirement to have certain new maintenance facilities approved by CASA. We are proposing CASA approval will not be required for facilities that will be used on a temporary basis to carry out line maintenance activities. This will bring forward corresponding outcomes from proposed future Part 145 policies . It will also reduce unnecessary... More
    Closed 10 November 2022
  • Proposed Part 43 legislation - Maintenance of aircraft in private and aerial work operations - (CD 2104SS)

    The general aviation (GA) industry has been asking for some years for less complex maintenance rules that reduce costs. We are moving to deliver on that this year as part of our GA workplan. This includes finalising Part 43 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations (CASR) 1998 governing aircraft in private and aerial work operations. Much work and consultation has already gone into this process, including input from a technical working group , online consultation ,... More
    Closed 3 July 2022
  • Proposed amendment to Part 42 MOS to provide for Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) arrangement - (CD 2201MS)

    The purpose of this consultation is to seek feedback on an amendment to the Part 42 Manual of Standards (MOS) to provide for the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) technical arrangement for maintenance. An amendment to Japanese aviation legislation, commencing on 18 June 2022, will require any organisation performing maintenance on an aeronautical product, fitted to Japanese registered aircraft, to hold a Japanese maintenance organisation approval, or be approved under a Technical... More
    Closed 21 April 2022
  • Extended use of CASA Basics exams and Schedule of Experience (SOE) to qualify for a Part 66 aircraft engineer licence - (CD 2008MS)

    The current COVID-19 travel and social distancing restrictions have affected the practical aspects of training and a candidate’s ability to sit exams. As a result, we recently announced a range of measures, including an extension for use of CASA Basics and schedule of experience (SOE), to help industry during the current changing and unprecedented COVID-19 environment. The Part 66 transitional arrangements put in place under regulation 202.345 of CASR and specific... More
    Closed 13 May 2020
  • Draft AC 66-08 v1.0 - Part 66 aircraft engineer licences - privileges

    This is the initial advisory circular (AC) for Part 66 aircraft engineer licences - privileges. This AC provides information and guidance to current and future holders of a Part 66 aircraft maintenance engineer licence and maintenance organisations, on the privileges of each category of a Part 66 licence. This advisory circular (AC) applies to: licensed aircraft maintenance engineers (LAMEs) approved maintenance organisations (AMOs) (Part 145 of the Civil... More
    Closed 31 March 2020
  • Part 43 - Maintenance of general aviation and aerial work aircraft (CD 1812SS)

    The proposed new maintenance regulations for general aviation (GA) seek to meet an overarching objective of streamlining maintenance requirements, minimise regulatory burden and reduce costs while maintaining the high aviation standards expected by all Australians. In August 2018 we conducted a consultation that asked respondents to identify current challenges they experienced in GA maintenance and opportunities to improve Australia's regulatory system. Respondents were also asked to... More
    Closed 31 January 2019
  • Identifying the issues - Part 145 continuing airworthiness - approved maintenance organisations

    CASA is carrying out a comprehensive post-implementation review of Part 145 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR) and associated legislation. As a first step, we would like to hear about the issues you want addressed and your ideas for possible solutions. Part 145 was first introduced in June 2011 as part of the regulatory program to transition the requirements of aircraft or aeronautical product maintenance certificates of approval from the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988... More
    Closed 16 February 2018
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