Project MS 13/09 - Permission for a Part 145 AMO to carry out CAR 1988 Maintenance
A Part 145 Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO) does not include an approval to carry out maintenance under the CAR 1988 (maintenance other than regular public transport aircraft). To carry out such maintenance requires the Part 145 AMO to also be the holder of a regulation 30 of the CAR 1988 certificate of approval (CAR 30 COA). Industry has asked CASA to remove what is perceived to be an onerous dual certificate obligation.
The objective of the project is to amend Part 145 to allow a Part 145 AMO to provide maintenance under the CAR 1988. The associated Part 145 Manual of Standards and guidance material would also be subsequently amended.
CASR Part 145
This project was approved by Peter Boyd Executive Manager Standards Division on 1 May 2013.
Project Leader/s: Dave Skeoch
Project Sponsor/s: Peter Boyd, Executive Manager Standards Division
Standards Consultative Committee (SCC)
|Consultation updates in 2015|
|CD 1525MS - Proposed Part 145 Manual of Standards Amendment Instrument 2015 (No.1)||All comments should be submitted via the Project Leader, David Skeoch by close of business 18 December 2015.||20 Nov 2015|
|Consultation updates in 2014|
|Consultation Draft - CD 1419MS Permission for a Part 145 AMO to carry out CAR 1988 maintenance||All comments should be submitted via the Project Leader, David Skeoch by close of business 22 December 2014.||19 Nov 2014|
|Consultation updates in 2013|
CASR Part 145 changes were incorporated into recent maintenance legislation amendments approved by the Australian Government's Federal Executive Council on 12 December 2013 and commenced on 18 December 2013.
These changes allow AMOs approved under CASR Part 145 to provide aircraft maintenance services to non-RPT aircraft under the maintenance regulations of CAR 1988.
|12 Dec 2013|
|Project MS 13/09 - Permission for a Part 145 AMO to carry out CAR 1988 Maintenance||Project approved.||3 May 2013|