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CASR Part 133 - Air transport and aerial work operations - rotorcraft
Part 133 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR) and its associated Manual of Standards consolidates the regulatory requirements that will apply in addition to, or in substitution for, the general operating and flight rules prescribed in Part 91, when using rotorcraft for air transport operations.
Who Part 133 affects
Part 133 will affect operators of helicopters, gyroplanes or powered-lift aircraft who currently undertake charter passenger or cargo operations under subregulation 206 (1) (b) of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 (CAR) and who intend to undertake these operations under the CASR. It will also affect operators of helicopters or powered-lift aircraft currently undertaking aerial work (air ambulance) operations under subregulation 206 (1) (a) of CAR and who intend to undertake medical transport operations under the CASR.
- Project OS 99/45 - CASR Part 133 – Australian air transport operations - rotorcraft
- Project OS 14/08 – Categorisation of aeroplane and helicopter ‘ambulance function’ flights as Air Transport Operations
- This project is linked to open projects for other CASR parts. Find out about these associated regulation developments at flight operations regulations.
Part 133 consultation and project history
This CASR Part 133 history page lists all project and consultation activities (open, closed or completed) conducted in relation to Part 133.