Proposed Part 60 MOS amendments – Upset prevention and recovery training - (CD 2102FS)

Closes 7 Jul 2021

Consultation contents

This consultation is seeking your feedback on the proposed Part 60 Manual of Standards Amendment Instrument 2021 (No. 1).

We will ask you for:

  • personal information, such as your name, any organisation you represent, and your email address
  • your consent to publish your submission
  • your responses to the proposed changes in the regulations
  • any comments you may want to provide
  • demographic information to help us understand your interest in the regulations

Proposed policy – Part 60 MOS amendments – Upset prevention and recovery training UPRT, will:

  • allow further time for operators to upgrade UPRT capabilities for older devices by amending the transitional deadline (currently 24 March 2021) to 24 March 2023
  • make available FSD-1 as a qualification standard for the re-evaluation of legacy aeroplane flight simulators that may be upgraded for UPRT.

This consultation is comprised of 6 pages. The first two pages contain questions that are administrative in nature, enabling us to protect your privacy and ensure we have obtained feedback from all stakeholders. The 4 pages that follow request feedback on the proposed Part 60 MOS changes.

Fact-banks have been included throughout the survey for each policy topic to highlight significant matters that you should consider before providing a response.

When you have completed the sections on which you wish to provide feedback, select the ‘Finish’ button at the bottom right of this page.

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