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CASR Part 61 - Flight crew licensing
Part 61 of CASR 1998 prescribes the requirements and standards for the issue of flight crew licences, ratings and other authorisations, including those issued to pilots and flight engineers. It also includes the privileges, limitations and conditions on such authorisations, and rules for the logging of flight time.
Who Part 61 affects
Part 61 affects:
- aspiring and existing flight crew licence holders in the Australian aviation community
- pilots seeking to convert from an overseas pilot licence to the Australian equivalent, or obtain recognition of Australian military flight crew qualifications
- training organisations and their personnel
- Australian aircraft operators employing flight crew.
Projects are opened to revise a CASR Part.
Part 61 open projects include:
- Project FS 16/08 – Medical certification standards
- Project FS 14/25 - Post-implementation review of the Flight Crew Licensing regulations - Part 61
- Project OS 14/12 - Performance Based Navigation and Reduced Vertical Separation Minima regulatory review.
Consultation and project activities
Current rules in effect for Part 61 include:
Advisory material provide advice and guidance to explain particular regulatory requirements of a CASR Part.
|AC 61-05 v1.0||Night VFR rating||April 2016|
|AC 61-08 v1.0||Teaching and assessing non-technical skills for single-pilot operations||January 2017|