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.
2 legislative instruments available
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.
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.
26 guidance material available
Acceptable means of compliance and guidance material (AMC/GMs) for Part 66 continuing airworthiness engineer licence ratings.
Advisory Circular AC 66-04 provides CASR Part 66 guidance material relating to the maintenance of aircraft composite structures under CASR Part 145 or CAR Regulation 40 for aircraft previously specified as Group 7.
CAAP 42W-2 provides guidance for completion of CASA Form 1 as an Authorised Release Certificate (ARC) for release to service of an aircraft component (hereafter referred to as ‘item’) after maintenance carried out under CAR.
Advisory Circular AC 66-05 provides information and guidance on the requirement for the certification of the completion of maintenance. The advice describes the preferred method of complying with regulation 42ZE of Part 4A of CAR.
CAAP 30-4 provides guidance to applicants when requesting changes or applying for a COA. It details acceptable procedures for CoA holders to maintain their certificates and includes internationally recognised maintenance terminology.
CAAP 42ZC-01 details the approved maintenance tasks which may be undertaken by pilots of class B aircraft and the holders of category B1 or category B2 aircraft engineer licences.
Advisory Circular AC 66-06 provides guidance to New Zealand (NZ) Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (LAME) seeking a LAME licence in Australia under the terms and conditions of the TTMRA.
CAAP 33-1 provides information on how to apply for the initial issue or renewal of an aircraft welding authority under CAR 33D.
CAAP 42ZC-02 provides information and guidance about the maintenance requirements for amateur built experimental (ABE) and amateur built aircraft acceptance (ABAA) aircraft.
Advisory Circular AC 66-07 provides Part 66 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR) guidance material pertaining to carrying out practical on course (POC) training and on-the-job training (OJT).
CAAP 33-02 provides procedures for performing certain types of non-destructive testing of aircraft or aircraft components under the provisions of the CAR.
CAAP 42ZV-1 provides information under CAR Regulation 42ZV that requires a certification of registration holder of a class A aircraft, to employ a person to control the maintenance of the aircraft.
Advisory Circular AC 66-08 provides information and guidance to current and future holders of a Part 66 aircraft maintenance engineer licence and AMOs, on the privileges of each category of a Part 66 licence.
CAAP 37-1 provides information and guidance on the requirements for developing and seeking approval of an Minimum Equipment Lists (MEL) under CAR 37.
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.
This is our recommended study guide to Part 66 aircraft engineer licence -Module 10 syllabus. The module 10 study guide can be used by people who choose to self-study for a Part 66 aircraft engineer licence.
CAAP 39-1 provides information and guidance about the development and approval of a system of maintenance for class A aircrafts under CAR Regulation 39 and the requirements of CAR Regulation 42ZE.
CAAP 50A/B-1 provides guidance about Aircraft Log Books and the development of an alternative to the aircraft log book as described within Sections 3 and 4 of CAO 100.5 - Aircraft Log Books.
CAAP 41-2 provides guidance on the schedules that must be in force the maintenance of a class B aircraft, including covering the appropriate certification requirements for the completion of maintenance.
CAAP 100.5-01 provides guidance for maintainers, owners and operators of aircraft that are subject to the requirements set out in CAO 100.5.
CAAP 42B-1 provides information and guidance to support the manufacturer’s maintenance schedule. We recommend that you review the manufacturer’s schedule before using our maintenance schedule as it is generally more appropriate.
CAAP 104-01 provides information and guidance about the amended provisions of CAO 104.0 and Directions Instrument number Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) 03/15.
CAAP 42L-1 provides guidance material to any person developing a system of maintenance for an aircraft in accordance with regulation 42L.
CAAP 42M-1 provides information and guidance on the development, amendments and approvals of a system of maintenance for CASR Part 25 aircraft (transport activity) required by regulation 30 of CAR 1998.
Advisory Circular AC 66-03 provides guidance and information to personnel preparing and conducting engine ground run training and assessment of trainee competence.
CAAP 42V-1 provides guidance and information as to the applicability of SI 1285B with regard to AD/ENG/4 Amdt 7 and the use of CAO 108.8 to satisfy the requirements of SI 1285B.