CASR Part 90 - Additional airworthiness requirements
Part 90 of CASR sets out aircraft airworthiness requirements to supplement the existing design standards known as the type certification requirements. This Part applies to aircraft issued with a certificate of airworthiness. However, this Part does not apply to balloons, airships, sailplanes, light sport aircraft, experimental aircraft, amateur built aircraft, or aircraft issued with a special flight permit or a provisional certificate of airworthiness. Registered aircraft operators are responsible for ensuring compliance to these additional requirements prior to operations.
Who Part 90 affects
- aircraft owners
- registered operators.
Part 90 post-implementation review (PIR)
CASA is aware of some omissions and unintended consequences associated with the implementation of Part 90 of CASR, both in the regulations and the associated Part 90 Manual of Standards (MOS).
Standards Development project CS 14/09 has been approved to review Part 90 and the Part 90 MOS. Any amendments will be issued in draft form for public consultation. CASA will send notification via the certification and airworthiness mailing list when proposed amendments are available for public consultation.
Part 90 and the Part 90 Manual of Standards (MOS) came into effect 1 December 2010.
Part 90 can be found in volume 2 of Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998. Recent amendments to this Part may be listed in the Unincorporated Amendments.
Amendments to Part 90 were introduced through Civil Aviation Safety Amendment (Part 90) Regulation 2017 on 7 September 2017 and come into effect on 12 September 2017. The Explanatory Statement provides details of the changes.
Manual of Standards
The Part 90 Manual of Standards is available on the Federal Register of Legislation website.
|AC 90-1(0)||Exclusions Against Provisions in CASR Part 90||(December 2010)|
Part 90 history
The Part 90 history includes the Standards Development activities conducted in relation to Part 90.