Annual Report 2005 06: Appendix 3 Operating statistics
Appendix 3 — Operating statistics
- Table 16 – Aerodromes at 30 June 2004–05 and 2005–06
- Table 17 – Aircraft registrations, 2002–03 to 2005–06
- Table 18 – Airworthiness Directives, 2005–06
- Table 19 – Certification/airworthiness certificates, authorisations and approvals, 2002–03 to 2005–06
Air traffic control licensing
Flight operations and personnel
- Table 21 – Air Operator’s Certificates, 2004–05 and 2005–06
- Table 22 – Australian flight crew licensing examinations, 2005–06
- Table 23 – Australian flight crew licensing examinations, 2002–03 to 2005–06
- Table 24 – Flight crew licences, issued and current at 30 June 2002–03 to 2005–06
Maintenance organisations and personnel
- Table 25 – Certificates of Approval, 2004–05 and 2005–06
- Table 26 – Aircraft maintenance examinations, 2004–05 and 2005–06
- Table 27 – Aircraft maintenance engineer licences/ratings, 2002–03 to 2005–06
- Table 28 – Training course approvals, 2002–03 to 2005–06
- Table 30 – Licence and certificate action, 2002–03 to 2005–06
- Table 31 – Medical certificate action, 2002–03 to 2005–06
- Table 32 – Infringement notices and prosecutions, 2003–04 to 2005–06
a Under the new CASR Part 139, aerodromes are certified, registered or hold ‘other’ status as an aeroplane landing ground. Transitional provisions apply to aerodromes that were licensed when the new legislation came into effect on 2 May 2003.
a Due to the certificate of registration holder ceasing to be an entitled person, dying/ceasing to exist or notifying CASA that they no longer wish to be the certificate of registration holder.
b No changes of registration mark or reservations of mark were processed between 22 February and 30 June 2003.
c Due to changes of address, loss, etc.
a Includes amendments to Type Certificate Data Sheets.
b This figure is for initial issues only. It does not reflect the level of activity; for instance, Aerostructures and Plastics now have some 500 different parts and it is common to process them in batches of about 20 to 40.
|New issue||Exchanged||New issue||Exchanged|
Note: Includes operators involved in one or more of aerial work, charter, charter (cargo), flying training, foreign aircraft (passengers and cargo), foreign aircraft (cargo), scheduled cargo services, scheduled passenger services, unmanned aerial vehicles.
a Processed by the CASA Service Centre. Includes some low-capacity regular public transport operators.
b Processed by CASA Airline Offices.
Note: Figures show only the highest level of licence held and include only those pilots who had a current medical certificate enabling them to exercise the privileges of the licence.
a Balloon total current for 2004–05 is an approximation only.
b Flight engineers may also hold another flight crew licence and will be included in both figures.
c Figures for individual licence types are not available
Note: Includes organisations involved in one or more of aircraft and component maintenance, design (aircraft, components and materials), distribution (components and materials), aircraft maintenance engineer training and examinations.
a Processed by the CASA Service Centre.
b Processed by CASA Airline Offices.
a Special examination sittings may be approved for individuals who are unable to sit an examination at a scheduled sitting date and have a particular reason to sit for an examination for the issue of an AME licence. Training organisations may also seek special sittings to coincide with completion of their courses.
b These examinations are for Australian Defence Force and overseas licence holders only.
Specific type aircraft theory
|Practical training courses||7||9||11||5|
Note: Due to changed reporting arrangements, initial and renewal data is amalgamated from 2004–05 onwards.
Note: Does not include action in relation to medical certificates (see Table 31).
a This includes counselling undertaken as a result of a show cause process, and informal enforcement action such as counselling and recommendations for remedial training taken as an initial response to a legislative breach.
C = Cancellation
S = Supsension
a The issue of infringement notices is linked to the Demerit Points Scheme, which was established on 21 February 2004. Demerit points are incurred in relation to offences committed since that date where the penalty specified in the infringement notice has been paid (in whole or part) or the holder is convicted or found guilty of the offence.
b One matter was withdrawn.