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Project FS 11/36

Topic code: 
Flight Crew licensing
Project status: 
Closed

History

This project is now closed.

14 Aug 2013

FS 11/ 36 - Rewrite of CAAP 5.23-(1)- Multi-engine Aeroplane Operations and Training

This project is now closed

Refer to the project closure notes for further information.

19 Oct 2011

FS 11/ 36 - Rewrite of CAAP 5.23-(1)- Multi-engine Aeroplane Operations and Training

Project approved.

Closure notes

Project closed 14 August 2013.

With the introduction of CASR Part 61 - Flight Crew Licensing in December 2013, a rewrite of CAAP 5.23-1(1) is no longer required or relevant to the regulations and competency requirements of CASR Part 61.

Consequently, Advisory Circular 61-1(0) Parts 1 to 3 will be released concurrent with CASR Part 61. This CAAP will contain similar content to that proposed in the rewrite of CAA 5.23-1(1).

Issue

As part of the review and enhancement of flying training guidance material, CASA is planning to review CAAP 5.23-1(1) Multi-Engine Operations and Training.

This review will look to build on the existing CAAP documentation and will result in three separate phases. These are:

  • Phase 1. Guidance on the development and delivery of endorsement and familiarisation training in multi-engine aeroplanes;
  • Phase 2. Guidance on the safety aspects of operating multi-engine aeroplanes; and
  • Phase 3. Guidance on the training and supervision of multi-engine flight instructors.

It is expected that Phase 1 will be completed by June 2012.

Project objective

A review and rewrite of CAAP 5.23-1(1)

  • It is expected that Phase 1 will be completed by June 2012
  • Part 2 in the last quarter 2012

Rules affected

CAAP 5.23

Status

This project was approved by Peter Boyd, Executive Manager, Standards Development & Future Technology Division on 4 October 2011.

Project management

Project Leader: John Dolby

Project Sponsors: Gerard Campbell, A/g Executive Manager CASA Operations

Standards Development Project Manager: Mike Juelg

Project Priority

High