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Part 1 of CASR Preliminary
Part 1 of CASR provides a general explanation of the name, commencement date and structure of the CASR.
Part 1 of CAR Preliminary
Part 1 of CAR outlines who the regulations apply to both inside and outside of Australia. The Part also contains definitions of words or phrases used in the regulations.
Part 2 of CAR Administration and organisation
Part 2 of CAR contains provisions about the making of Civil Aviation Orders and the appointment of authorised persons and identity cards for them.
Part 4 of CAR Airworthiness requirements
Part 4 of CAR outlines the maintenance requirements and standards that apply to Australian aircraft and provides a framework for the implementation of those standards.
Part 4A of CAR Maintenance
Part 4A of CAR sets out when CASA can give directions relating to the maintenance of Australian aircraft.
Part 4B of CAR Defect reporting
Part 4B of CAR explains when a person must report major defects in aircraft to CASA, how the report must be made and what CASA can do after receiving such a report.
Part 4C of CAR Flight manuals
Part 4C of CAR sets out requirements for the registered operator of an aircraft to keep an aircraft flight manual for the aircraft.
Part 4D of CAR Removal or alteration of data plates etc.
Part 4D of CAR sets out rules regarding alteration or removal of aircraft data plates.
Schedule 5 of CAR CASA maintenance schedule
Schedule 5 relates to Part 4A of CAR and sets out the requirements of the CASA maintenance schedule including daily inspections, periodic inspections and post inspection checks.
Schedule 6 of CAR CASA system of certification of completion of maintenance
Schedule 6 relates to Part 4A of CAR and sets out the requirements of the CASA system of certification of completion of maintenance, if a person has elected to use that system.
Schedule 7 of CAR Maintenance that must not be carried out on a Class B aircraft by a person referred to in paragraph 42ZC(4)(b)
Schedule 7 relates to Part 4A of CAR and details maintenance that must not be carried out on a Class B aircraft by a person referred to in paragraph 42ZC(4)(b).
Schedule 8 of CAR Maintenance that may be carried out on a Class B aircraft by a person entitled to do so under subregulation 42ZC(4)
Schedule 8 relates to Part 4A of CAR and details maintenance that may be carried out on Class B aircraft by a pilot licence, a Category B1 or B2 licence holder or a balloon pilot licence holder.
Part 9 of CAR Aerodromes
Part 9 of CAR sets out operational requirements in relation to the use of an aerodrome by aircraft as well as the removal or marking of obstructions, dangerous lights and certain wildlife attractants.
Schedule 9 of CAR Maintenance control manual and maintenance controller
Schedule 9 of CAR sets out operational requirements in relation to the use of an aerodrome by aircraft as well as the removal or marking of obstructions, dangerous lights and certain wildlife attractants.
Part 5 of CASR Safety Management Systems
Part 5 of CASR aims to create a consistent standard for Safety Management Systems (SMS) across the aviation industry.
Part 5 of CAR Balloon flight crew licensing
Part 5 of CAR affects persons obtaining, maintaining, or conducting the training for a commercial pilot balloon licence, or balloon flight radiotelephone operator licence.
Part 10 of CAR Air traffic services and other services
Part 10 of CAR sets out rules for airspace, air traffic control instructions and restrictions on performing duties when incapacitated.
Part 11 of CASR Regulatory administrative procedures
Part 11 of CASR affects CASA staff, persons seeking exemptions against the CASRs and those subject to directions. It sets out the rules that apply to how CASA administers authorisations.
Part 13 of CASR Enforcement procedures
Part 13 of CASR affects licence, certificate and authorisation holders that must follow CASA regulations. It outlines the aviation self-reporting scheme and the demerit point scheme.
Part 14 of CAR Air service operations
Part 14 of CAR sets out operational requirements in relation to commercial aircraft operations.
Part 16 of CAR Refusal to grant, and suspension and cancellation of, approvals, authorities, certificates and licences
Part 16 of CAR covers the grounds on which CASA may vary, suspend or cancel certain civil aviation authorisations.
Part 17 of CAR Penal provisions and prosecutions
Part 17 of CAR contains miscellaneous offence provisions, offences relating to not holding certain civil aviation authorisations, enables CASA to detain aircraft, and the issue, withdrawal and payment of aviation infringement notices.
Part 18 of CAR Evidence
Part 18 of CAR provides when CASA can certify certain matters (for example, that a document CASA required to be surrendered to CASA was so surrendered) as evidence of those matters.
Part 19 of CAR Miscellaneous
Part 19 of CAR contains miscellaneous provisions, such as decisions reviewable by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, provisions relating to examination cheating, surrender and production of documents to CASA and access rights of authorised persons.
Part 20 of CAR Transitional provisions
Part 20 of CAR contains miscellaneous transitional provisions relating to circumstances where provisions of the regulations have been repealed or amended.
Part 21 of CASR Certification and airworthiness requirements for aircraft and parts
Part 21 of CASR sets out the certification and airworthiness requirements for aircraft and aircraft parts.
Part 22 of CASR Airworthiness standards for sailplanes and powered sailplanes
Part 22 sets out the airworthiness standards for sailplanes, including gliders and powered sailplanes.
Part 23 of CASR Airworthiness standards for aeroplanes in the normal, utility, acrobatic or commuter category
Part 23 sets out the airworthiness standards for design modifications and repairs for small aeroplanes.
Part 25 of CASR Airworthiness standards for aeroplanes in the transport category
Part 25 of CASR sets out the airworthiness standards for design modifications and repairs for transport category aeroplanes.
Part 26 of CASR Airworthiness standards for aircraft in the primary category or intermediate category
Part 26 of CASR sets out the airworthiness standards for design, modification and repair of aircraft in the primary or intermediate categories.