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EASA 66 Module 10 covers Aviation Legislation, Regulatory Framework, Certifications, and National and International Requirements.
  • 10.1 Regulatory Framework
    • Role of International Civil Aviation Organization;
      Role of EASA;
      Role of the Member states;
      Role of the JAA candidate member Authorities;
      Relationship between Part-145, Part-66, Part-
      147 & Part-M;
      Relationship with other Aviation Authorities.
  • 10.2 JAR 66-Certifying Staff - Maintenance
    • Detailed understanding of Part-66.
  • 10.3 JAR 145- Approved Maintenance Orgs
    • Detailed understanding of Part-145.
  • 10.4 JAROPS-Commercial Air Transportation
    • Air Operators’ Certificates;
      Operators’ Responsibilities;
      Documents to be Carried; Aircraft Placard (Markings).
  • 10.5 Aircraft Certification
    • (a)- General
      Certification rules: such as JEACS 23/25/27/29;
      Type Certification;
      Supplemental Type Certification;
      Part-21 Design/Production Organization Approvals.
    • (b)- Documents
      Certificate of Airworthiness;
      Certificate of Registration;
      Noise Certificate;
      Weight Schedule;
      Radio Station License and Approval.
  • 10.6 Part-M
    • Detailed understanding of Part-M.
  • 10.7 Aircraft National and International Requirements
    • (a)- Maintenance Programs, Maintenance checks and inspections;
      Master Minimum Equipment Lists, Minimum Equipment List, Dispatch Deviation Lists;
      Airworthiness Directives;
      Service Bulletins, manufacturers service information;Modifications and repairs;
      Maintenance documentation: maintenance manuals,structural repair manual, illustrated parts catalog, etc;
    • (b)- Continuing airworthiness;
      Test flights;
      ETOPS, maintenance and dispatch requirements;
      All Weather Operations, Category 2/3 operations and minimum equipment requirements.