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What is (EC) No. 1321/2014, Annex III  ?

Part 66: Certifying Staff Maintenance

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Regulation (EC) No. 1321/2014 Continuing Airwor​thiness:

​Article 5: Certifying Staff, Paragraph 1

Certifying staff shall be qualified in accordance with the provisions of Annex III [Part 66], except as provided for in:

 

​Article 5: Certifying Staff, Paragraph 1

Certifying staff shall be qualified in accordance with the provisions of Annex III [Part 66], except as provided for in:

  • M.A.607(b) of Annex I [Part M]
  • One-off certification authorization at a remote base where no appropriate certifying staff
  • M.A.803 of Annex I [Part M]
  • Pilot-owner authorization for aircraft MTOW < 2730kg, privately owned
  • 145.A.(j) of Appendix IV to Annex II [Part 145]
  • use of staff not qualified to part 66

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Regulation (EC) No. 1321/2014 Continuing Airwor​thiness:

Annex III  (EASA Part 66) Certifying Staff consists of:

Section A :

This section establishes the requirements for the:

  • issue of an Aircraft License and
  • conditions of its validity and use

Section B :

This section establishes the administrative requirements to be followed by the Competent Authorities in charge of the application and the enforcement of Section A of this Part.

AMC

GM

8 Appendix

 

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Regulation (EC) No. 1321/2014 Continuing Airwor​thiness:

Annex III  (EASA Part 66) 

8 Appendix :

Appendix I 

Appendix II 

Appendix  III 

Appendix IV 

Appendix V 

Appendix VI 

Appendix VII 

Appendix VIII 

Annex III  (EASA Part 66) 

8 Appendix :

Appendix I Basic Knowledge Requirements

Appendix II Basic Examination Standard

Appendix  III Type Training and Examination Standard. On the Job Training

Appendix IV Experience Requirements for extending a Part 66 AML

Appendix V Application Form - EASA Form 19

Appendix VI AML - EASA Form 26

Appendix VII Basic Knowledge requirements for CAT L

Appendix VIII Basic Examination standards for CAT L

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What is a Competent Authority?

  • For the purpose of this Part, the Competent Authority shall be the authority designated by the Member State to whom a person first applies for AML.
  • The EASA shall be responsible for defining :
    • The list of Aircraft Type; and
    • What airframe/engine combination are included in each particular Aircraft Type Rating

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Name the EASA Forms:

  • EASA Form 1
  • EASA Form 2
  • EASA Form 3
  • EASA Form 4
  • EASA Form 19
  • EASA Form 26
  • EASA Form 148
  • EASA Form 149

  • EASA Form 1 = CRS component. Design Organization and then Maintenance Organization
  • EASA Form 2 : Application Form (MOA)
  • EASA Form 3 : Approval Certification (MOA)
  • EASA Form 4 =  whenever management structural change to inform EASA
  • EASA Form 19  =  Application form AML    Annex III (Part 66) Appendix V
  • EASA Form 26 =  AML
  • EASA Form 148 =  Basic Course Certificate
  • EASA Form 149 =  Type Course Certificate (Level 3)

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CAT A and B1 are subdivided into subcategories relative to combinations of aeroplane, helicopters, turbine and piston engines.

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CAT B3 is applicable to: 

CAT B3 is applicable to piston-engine non pressurized aeroplanes of 2000kg MTOM and below

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CAT B2L

  • introduced by EC No. ....
  •  is applicable to....
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CAT B2L

  • introduced by EC No. 2018/1142
  •  is applicable to all aircraft except Group 1 and is divided into "System Ratings"
    • Communication/ Navigation
    • Instruments
    • Auto Flights
    • Surveillance
    • Airframe Systems
  • A minimum of 1 rating is issued for B2L
  • System Rating need to get one by one.

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CAT L

  • introduced by EC No. ...
  • is subdivided into:

    • L1C - 
    • L1 -
    • L2C -  
    • L2 - 
    • L3H - 
    • L3G - 
    • L4H - 
    • L4G - 
    • L5 - 

CAT L

  • introduced by EC No. 2018/1142
  • is subdivided into:

    • L1C - Composite Sailplanes
    • L1 - Sailplanes
    • L2C -  Composite powered sailplanes and composite ELA1 aeroplanes
    • L2 - Powered sailplanes and ELA1 Aeroplanes
    • L3H - Hot Air Balloons
    • L3G - Gas Balloons
    • L4H - Hot Air Ships
    • L4G - ELA2 Gas Airships
    • L5 - Gas Airships other than ELA2

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What is ELA ? 

ELA = European Light Aircraft

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FL290 

FL290 = Flight Level 29,000 Feet

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Aircraft Groups :

For the purpose of ratings on AMLs, aircrafts shall be classified in the following groups

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AML Application Requirements? 

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An applicant for AML shall be at least _ _years of age

An applicant for AML shall be at least 18 years of age

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AML Privileges

CAT A

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AML Privileges

CAT B1

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AML Privileges

CAT B2

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AML Privileges

CAT B3

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AML Privileges

CAT B2L

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AML Privileges

CAT L

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AML Privileges

CAT C

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AML Privileges

The holder of AML may not exercise its privileges unless:

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Definitions

Electrical System:

Electrical System:

The aircraft electrical power supply source, plus the distribution system to the different components contained in the aircraft and relevant connectors. Lighting systems are also included in this definition. When working on cables and connectors which are part of these electrical systems, the following typical practices are included:

Continuity, insulation and bonding techniques and testing

Crimping and testing of crimped joints

Connector pin removal and insertion

Wiring protection techniques 

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Definitions

Avionic System:

Avionic System:

An aircraft system that transfers, processes, displays or stores analogue or digital data using data lines, data buses, coaxial cables, wireless or other data transmission medium, and include the systems components and connectorsExamples of avionics systems include:

Auto Flight

Communications, Radar, Navigation

Instruments: Instruments are formally included within the privileges of the B2 License Holders. However maintenance on electromechanical and pitot-static components may also be released by a B1 License Holder.

In Flight Entertainment Systems (IFE)

Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA)

On Board Maintenance Systems

Information Systems

Fly by Wire Systems

Fiber Optic Control Systems

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Definitions

Simple Test:

Simple Test:

a test described in approved maintenance data and meeting all the following criteria:

The serviceability of the system can be verified using aircraft controls, switches, BITE, Central Maintenance Computer (CMC) or external test equipment not involving special training.

The outcome of the test is a unique go or no go indication or parameter, which can be a single value or a value within an interval tolerance. No interpretation of the test result or interdependence of different values is allowed.

The test does not involve more than 10 actions as described in the approved maintenance data (not including those required to configure the aircraft prior to the test, i.e hacking, flaps down. Etc. or to return the aircraft to its initial configuration)

Pushing a control, switch or button and reading the corresponding outcome may be considered as a single step even if the maintenance data shows them separated.

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Definitions

Troubleshooting:

 

Troubleshooting:

The  procedures and actions necessary, using approved maintenance data, in order to identify the root cause of a defect of malfunction. It may include the use of BITE or external test equipment

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Definitions

Line Maintenance:

Line Maintenance:

any maintenance that is carried out before flight to ensure that the aircraft is fit for the intended flight.

It may include:

Troubleshooting

Defect rectification

Component Replacement with use of external test equipment, if required. Component replacements may include components such as engines and propellers

Scheduled Maintenance  and/or check including visual inspections that will detect obvious unsatisfactory conditions/discrepancies but don not require extensive in depth inspection. It may also include internal structure, system and power plant items which are visible through quick access panels/doors

Minor repairs and modifications which do not require extensive disassembly and can be accomplished by simple means

For temporary or occasional cases Airworthiness Directives and Services Bulletins that quality manager may accept base maintenance task to be performed by a line maintenance organization provided all requirements are fulfilled. The Member State will prescribe the conditions under which these task may be performed.