Part 14 of CAR Air service operations

Rule status

Current

Part 14 of Civil Aviation Regulations (CAR) sets out operational requirements in relation to commercial aircraft operations and prescribes commercial purposes for the Civil Aviation Act 1988.

Who it affects

Part 14 of CAR affects:

  • aircraft operators
  • pilots

Legislative instruments

Legislative instruments include exemptions to particular regulatory requirements in aviation regulations or a Manual of Standards, but which apply to a broad range of persons. Instruments related to this part will display in this space or you can view our list of legislative instruments.

43 legislative instruments available

Seat belts
CASA EX21/05

Non-legislative instruments

Non-legislative instruments include exemptions to particular regulatory requirements in aviation regulations or a Manual of Standards, but which apply to a particular person. Non-legislative instruments related to this part will display in this space or your can view our list of non-legislative instruments.

8 non-legislative instruments available

Guidance material

Advisory material provides advice and guidance to explain particular regulatory requirements of a CASR Part. Guidance material relating to this part will appear in this space or you can view all our guidance material.

2 guidance material available

CAAP 42ZC-02 provides information and guidance about the maintenance requirements for amateur built experimental (ABE) and amateur built aircraft acceptance (ABAA) aircraft.

Civil Aviation Advisory Publication CAAP 42ZC-02

CAAP 43-01 describes a method of complying with the directions specified in the CAR for the issue and use of aircraft maintenance releases and specifically the use of the CASA Form 918.

Civil Aviation Advisory Publication CAAP 43-01
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