Project CS 14/09 - Post-implementation review of CASR Part 90
Part 90 of CASR has been effective for approximately six years. It incorporated the requirements of 18 AD/General Airworthiness Directives and some other miscellaneous requirements.
CASA is aware of some omissions and unintended consequences associated with the implementation of Part 90 of CASR, both in the regulations and the associated Part 90 Manual of Standards (MOS). Two general exemptions have been raised against these regulations.
Since implementation, ICAO has amended Annex 6 to incorporate requirements for the replacement of Halon as a fire extinguishing agent in lavatory fire bottles on new production large aeroplanes. Part 90 of CASR is the appropriate regulation for such a requirement.
To review the implementation of Part 90 of CASR, and correct omissions and unintended consequences of its implementation.
The Certification Standards Sub-committee working group will be required to provide industry input on the effectiveness of Part 90 and to assist in the development of any rulemaking.
- Part 90 of CASR
- Part 90 MOS
This project was approved by Peter Boyd, EM Standards Division on 3 April 2014.
A meeting of the Certification Standards Sub-committee, held 15 October 2014, reviewed and commented on the proposed changes.
Project Leader: email@example.com
Project Sponsor: Manager, Airworthiness and Engineering Branch.
|Consultation updates in 2016|
|CD 1613CS - Proposed amendments to the Part 90 MOS and Part 90 of CASR||Please forward your response to the Project Leader firstname.lastname@example.org, by close of business 5 December 2016.||4 Nov 2016|
|Consultation updates in 2015|
|CD 1513CS - Proposed amendment to regulation 90.255||All comments should be submitted via the Project Leader, email@example.com by close of business 30 June 2015.||12 Jun 2015|
|Consultation updates in 2014|
|Project CS 14/09 - Post-implementation review of CASR Part 90||Project approved.||2 May 2014|