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CASR Part 141 - Recreational, private and commercial pilot flight training other than integrated training
Part 141 of CASR prescribes the requirements and standards for issuing Part 141 flight training authorisations. It specifies requirements and standards for flight training, including those relating to training facilities, aircraft, procedures, management systems, standards/manuals, and personnel/safety operations for training relating to recreational, private and commercial pilot flight training, other than integrated training.
Who Part 141 affects
- flight training organisations
Part 141 post-implementation review (PIR)
Standards Development project FS 14/25 has been approved to review the flight crew licensing regulations. Any amendments will be issued in draft form for public consultation. CASA will send notification via the flight operations and licensing standards mailing list when proposed amendments are available for public consultation.
Part 141 can be found in volume 4 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.
Civil Aviation Safety Amendment (Flight Crew Licensing and Other Measures) Regulations 2017 was made on 20 June 2017. These amendments commence 21 June 2017 and bring into effect the policy commitments previously announced by the former Director of Aviation Safety.
Information on the transition process for flight training operators can be viewed on the Flight training organisations–transition page.
|A guide to the use of the CASR Part 141 Sample Operations Manual||September 2018|
*This manual can be written using our free document authoring tool (MAAT) to manage your manual electronically. MAAT has been developed to simplify the document writing process by automating most of the document structure whilst allowing you to customise it to meet your operational requirements. It provides sample text and technical guidance on the content and is assessed online where you can track its progress.
Other sample documents for industry use are available on the sample documents page.
Part 141 history
The Part 141 history includes project and consultation activities conducted in relation to Part 141.
View the Key Proposals for the initial development of Part 141.