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CASR Part 60 - Synthetic training devices
Part 60 of CASR 1998 was developed to update, consolidate and replace rules found in Civil Aviation Order (CAO) 45.0, and documents, FSD-1 and FSD-2, that previously defined requirements for flight simulators, flight training devices and other synthetic trainers that may be used by a person to gain aeronautical experience. The collective term for these devices is Flight Simulation Training Devices (FSTDs).
Subpart 60B of Part 60 currently prescribes the rules for the initial and recurrent qualification and use of Flight Simulators and Flight Training Devices. Part 60C: Basic instrument flight trainers, is reserved for future use.
The rules for Approved Synthetic Trainers are currently covered by CAO 45.0.
Who Part 60 affects
Part 60 affects:
- aircraft operators training and checking organisations
- flight training organisations
- flight simulator operators
- pilots undergoing training
- organisations that design, manufacture and supply flight simulators and flight training devices.
Projects are opened to revise a CASR Part.
Part 61 open projects include:
Consultation and project activities
Current rules in effect for Part 60 include:
- Part 60 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.
Advisory material provide advice and guidance to explain particular regulatory requirements of a CASR Part.
|AC 60-1(0)||Flight Simulator Evaluations||April 2003|
|AC 60-02 v2.2||Flight Simulator Approvals||March 2016|
|AC 60-4(0)||Flight Training Devices||April 2003|