From now until 26 June 2013
- All RPT AOC holders will need to gain a CAMO approval.
- Organisations maintaining RPT aircraft and aeronautical products will need to gain a Part 145 AMO approval.
- All remaining CAR 30 MTOs providing maintenance training and examinations services will need to gain a Part 147 MTO certificate.
26 June 2013
- All RPT Operators will have CAMO Approvals.
- All RPT Operators will use Part 145 AMOs for maintenance.
- All maintenance organisations maintaining RPT aircraft and their aeronautical products will be Part 145 approved.
- All Maintenance Training Organisations will be Part 147 approved.
27 June 2013
- All RPT aircraft operators must be approved as a CAMO and their aircraft may only be maintained by a CASR Part 145 AMO.
26 June 2015 – Transition phase of Part 66 licence ends
- The transition phase to a Part 66 Licence will end on the 26 June 2015. After the 26 June 2015 only CASR Part 66 can be used to obtain an aircraft engineers licence.
It is very important to note that these dates are final deadlines and all activities that need to be undertaken to achieve the approvals and certificates detailed above must be finalised by the dates specified.
It is expected that the steps required to transition will be undertaken well in advance of these final deadlines to counteract the possibility of delays that may occur during the process.
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