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CASR Part 142 - Integrated and multi-crew pilot flight training and contracted recurrent training and checking
Part 142 of CASR prescribes the organisational and administrative framework for issuing Part 142 authorisations for operators to conduct integrated flight training for Private or Commercial pilot licences and other licences, and ratings required for multi-crew flight operations in addition to contracted recurrent training and checking.
Who Part 142 affects
- Operators conducting integrated and multi-crew flight training and contracted recurrent training and checking.
Part 142 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 142 can be found in volume 4 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.
Implementation and transition
The Flight Crew Licensing suite of regulations commenced on 1 September 2014. Implementation information can be viewed on the Licensing regulations information page.
|CASR Part 142 guidance||Guidance for Part 142 flying training organisations||August 2016|
|Guide to Part 142 sample exposition - sample aviation||A guide to the use of the CASR Part 142 sample exposition||September 2018|
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Part 142 history
The Part 142 history includes project and consultation activities conducted in relation to Part 142.
View the Key Proposals for the initial development of Part 142.