Part 32 of CASR Airworthiness standards for engines for very light aeroplanes

Rule status

Current

Part 32 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations (CASR) sets out the airworthiness standards for engines for very light aeroplanes. It has been based on foreign requirements, specifically the European Joint Aviation Requirements JAR-22 subpart H.

Who it affects

Part 32 of CASR affects people who:

  • design engines for very light aeroplanes
  • design modifications and repairs for engines for very light aeroplanes.

Legislative instruments

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Non-legislative instruments

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Guidance material

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Date published:
Online version available at: https://www.casa.gov.au//search-centre/rules/part-32-casr-airworthiness-standards-engines-very-light-aeroplanes
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