Project FS 15/02 - Post-implementation review of the Flight Crew Licensing regulations - Parts 141 and 142
Project closed 30 October 2017.
The post-implementation review of Parts 61, 64, 141 and 142 have been consolidated into a single project to conduct a post-implementation review of the flight crew licensing suite of regulations. The issues and objectives will now be addressed through PIR project FS 14/25.
The Flight Crew Licensing regulations commenced on 1 September 2014. Since then, the regulations have been subject to post-implementation monitoring.
Procedural anomalies have been identified that require consideration and rectification. These include the requirement to provide exemptions for particular activities, including:
- the requirement to obtain CASA’s approval to change the kinds of aircraft used to conduct flying training
- requirement to include the name of each person authorised to carry out the responsibilities of a key person in the absence of that person.
Other legislative instruments may be prepared to amend certain aspects of the general regulations and standards.
Review Parts 141 and 142 of CASR 1998 following implementation and commencement of the Flight Crew Licensing regulations to rectify anomalies in the regulations.
This project was approved by the Executive Manager, Standards Division 19 May 2015.
Part 141 and 142.
Project Leader: email@example.com
Project Sponsor: Executive Manager
|Consultation updates in 2017|
|Project FS 15/02 - Post-implementation review of the Flight Crew Licensing regulations - Parts 141 and 142||Project closed.||30 Oct 2017|
|Consultation updates in 2015|
|Project FS 15/02 - Post-implementation review of the Flight Crew Licensing regulations – Parts 141 and 142||Project approved.||22 May 2015|