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CASR Part 33 - Airworthiness standards for aircraft engines
Part 33 of CASR was developed to specify the airworthiness standards for aircraft engines. The airworthiness standards for aircraft engines were in Australian Civil Aviation Order (CAO) Part 102. Part 33 has been based on foreign legislation, specifically the USA's Federal Aviation Regulations Part 33.
Who Part 33 affects
CASR Part 32 affects people who:
- design aircraft engines to be used in the Australian aviation community
- design modifications and repairs for aircraft engines.
Part 33 can be found in volume 1 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998. Recent amendments to this Part may be listed in the Unincorporated Amendments.
Part 33 history
The Part 33 history includes the Standards Development activities conducted in relation to Part 32.
View the Key Proposals for the initial development of Part 32.