Part 66 Manual of Standards Amendment Instrument 2014 (No. 1)

Link to law: https://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2014L00492

I, JOHN FRANCIS McCORMICK, Director of Aviation Safety, on behalf of CASA, make this instrument under regulation 66.015 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.
[Signed John F. McCormick]
John F. McCormick
Director of Aviation Safety
17 April 2014
Part 66 Manual of Standards Amendment Instrument 2014 (No. 1)
1          Name of instrument
                 This instrument is the Part 66 Manual of Standards Amendment Instrument 2014 (No. 1).
2          Commencement
                 This instrument commences on the day after registration.
3          Amendment of Part 66 Manual of Standards
                 The Part 66 Manual of Standards is amended as set out in Schedule 1.
Schedule 1          Amendments
[1]       Paragraph 66.5 (b), definitions
insert
                 avionic LRU, or avionic line replaceable unit, is an aircraft avionic part that satisfies all of the following requirements:
1.     it must have no mechanical input from, or output to, another part or mechanism;
2.     it must contain only electrical, electronic, instrument or radio parts, or software, or a combination of any such part or parts and software, designed to provide control, monitor or display functions, or a combination of such functions;
3.     it must not require any of the following in order to be installed, secured or connected to the aircraft:
             (i)  specialist knowledge or techniques;
            (ii)  specialised equipment;
           (iii)  rigging, or functional testing or adjustment, using specialised equipment external to the aircraft or brought on board the aircraft, to ensure that it is functioning properly.
[2]       Paragraph 66.5 (b), definition of practical consolidation training (PCT)
substitute
practical consolidation training (PCT) means a practical training course:
1.     conducted by a maintenance training organisation in accordance with section 66.A.50 and Appendix III; and
2.     that is approved in writing by CASA.
Note   In considering whether to approve a PCT course, CASA will take into account whether the course elements reflect the elements of a best practice PCT program as described in Advisory Circular 147-1 Practical Consolidation Training.
[3]       Paragraph 66.5 (b)
insert
RPL has the same meaning as in section 147.A.07 of the Part 147 Manual of Standards (as amended).
[4]       Paragraph 66.5 (b), definition of simple test
substitute
simple test means a test described in maintenance data that meets all of the following criteria:
1.     the serviceability of the system can be verified using aircraft controls, switches, built-in test equipment (BITE), central maintenance computer (CMC) or external test equipment not involving special training;
2.     the outcome of the test is a unique go/no-go indication or parameter. No interpretation of the test result or interdependence of different values is allowed.
[5]       Paragraph 66.5 (b), definition of sub system
substitute
subsystem means a system which, while capable of functioning on its own, is part of a larger system and includes, for this MOS:
1.     the electrical subsystem comprised of electrical parts, appliances and motors, within mechanical, powerplant and structural systems; or
2.     the instrument subsystem comprised of avionic systems within mechanical, powerplant and structural systems.
[6]       Paragraph 66.5 (b), definition of troubleshooting
substitute
troubleshooting means the published approved fault isolation maintenance procedures and actions outlined in maintenance data, used as necessary in order to identify the root cause of a defect or malfunction. It may include the use of BITE or external test equipment. Troubleshooting may involve avionic LRU changes, however, it does not involve multiple avionic LRU changes in pursuit of a system fault, unless the changes are made in accordance with a published approved fault isolation maintenance procedure (e.g. Troubleshooting Manual, Fault Isolation Manual procedure).
[7]       Paragraph 66.A.1 (c)
substitute
        (c)     Subject to paragraph (f), for paragraph 66.015 (2) (e) of CASR 1998, an aircraft type specified in a cell in column 2 of a table in Appendix IX, with a type certificate holder (if any) mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 1, and a commercial designation (if any) mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 3, is specified as a type rated aircraft type for an aircraft engineer licence in Category B1, B2 or C.
        (d)     Subject to paragraph (f), for an aircraft type specified in a cell in column 2 of a table in Appendix IX, an aircraft engineer licence in Category B1, B2 or C may be endorsed with the type-rating endorsement mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 4.
        (e)     Each mention of “Various” in a cell in column 2 of a table in Appendix IX is to be read as “A small or non-rated aircraft with the engine mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 4.”.
        (f)     If a Note referred to in a cell in column 4 of a table in Appendix IX contains the statement: “This is a rule.”, the contents of the Note have legal effect for the cell in the table as if they were contained in a paragraph of this section.
        (g)     For this section:
cell, for a column of a table in Appendix IX, means each individual, undivided unit (regardless of its size) into which the column is subdivided.
non-rated aircraft has the same meaning as in the definition of aircraft type in regulation 66.010 of CASR 1998.
small aircraft has the same meaning as in the CASR Dictionary.
[8]       After sub-sub-subparagraph 66.A.20 (a) 4 (ii) (B)
insert
(BA)  updating the software in an avionic system, provided that:
                          (I)   the system has a discrete test facility to confirm the success of the updating; and
                         (II)   the serviceability of any other system affected by the updating is also confirmed; and
                       (III)   only simple tests are necessary to verify the serviceability of the system and any other system affected by the updating;
[9]       Sub-subparagraph 66.A.20 (a) 4 (ii)
omit
(c)
insert
(C)
[10]     After sub-sub-subparagraph 66.A.20 (a) 4 (ii) (D)
insert
(E)     troubleshooting of avionics systems that can be conducted using only simple tests.
[11]     Section 66.A.20, Table 1, Equipment, furnishings and emergency equipment (ATA25), Conditions or limitations column
insert
Except ELT and underwater locating beacon (ATA 25-60) — see (ATA23).
[12]     Section 66.A.20, Table 1, Flight control systems (ATA27), Conditions or limitations column
insert
For a category B1 licence — except system operation – fly-by-wire.
[13]     Section 66.A.20, Table 1, Structures — General (ATA51), Conditions or limitations column
after paragraph (a), insert
Note   These optional units of competency are marked W in Appendix IV.
[14]     Section 66.A.20, Table 1, Transitional privileges
omit
[15]     After section 66.A.20, Table 1
insert
66.A.21          Transitional privileges
                 Despite Table 1 in section 66.A.20 and the exclusions annotated on a licence issued under Part 66 of CASR 1998, a person mentioned in a cell in column 1 of Table 2, who holds a Category B1 licence, may perform maintenance certifications and issue certificates of release to service for the maintenance mentioned for the person in the corresponding cell or cells in column 2, but only:
1.     for an aircraft mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 3; and
2.     subject to the limitations (if any) mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 4; and
3.     subject to the condition mentioned in column 5.
Table 2
Person
Maintenance
Aircraft
Limitations
Condition

A.
A person who held an aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) licence under regulation 31 of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 to which regulation 202.341 applies (the old licence)
All electrical maintenance
An aircraft approved for V.F.R. operations only (approved V.F.R. aircraft), and fitted with a single generator
Not applicable (NA)
Provided that the old licence and its ratings applied to the maintenance, or would have applied to the maintenance but for Part 66 of CASR 1998 (The Proviso)

1. All instrument system maintenance for aircraft general instruments (excluding RMI, inertial navigation and multi-axis autopilots)
2. Periodic inspections for aircraft radio systems
Approved V.F.R. aircraft
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Approved V.F.R. aircraft
NA

B.
A person who, in accordance with subregulation 202.343 (2) or 202.344 (2) of CASR 1998, is taken to be entitled to the issue of an AME licence by becoming qualified for, an engine category Group 1 or 2 rating, or an airframe category Group 1, 2 or 19 rating (the old licence)
All electrical maintenance
Approved V.F.R. aircraft fitted with a single generator
NA
The Proviso

1. All instrument system main-tenance for aircraft general instruments (excluding RMI, inertial navigation and multi-axis autopilots)
2. Periodic inspections for aircraft radio systems
 
 

C.
A person who, in accordance with subregulation 202.341 (2) or 202.343 (2) or 202.344 (2) of CASR 1998, is taken to be entitled to the issue of an AME licence by previously holding, or becoming qualified for, an engine or airframe category rated licence (the old licence)
1. Daily or manufacturers’ equivalent inspection
2. Check of the condition of security of attachment of wiring, plumbing, parts and appliances
3. Maintenance of instrument, or electrical, parts and appliances forming part of the powerplant, mechanical or structural systems, where the limitations apply
Aircraft covered by the licence
For maintenance under No. 3 in column 2, the maintenance must:
1. Be limited to external mechanical adjustments to facilitate correct operation of powerplant or mechanical or structural systems
2. Be limited to replacement of instrument, or electrical, parts and appliances, connected by simple twist or terminal connectors
3. Excludes instrument or electrical parts and appliances, where mainten-ance involves functional tests and adjustments requiring the use of external specialised test equipment
The Proviso

[16]     Before the existing paragraph 66.A.23 (a)
insert
        (a)     For paragraph 66.120 (2) (b) of CASR 1998, a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer is taken to comply with the requirements of that paragraph if, in the immediately preceding 2 years:
1.     he or she has had a period or periods of continuous employment amounting to at least 6 months, exercising the privileges mentioned in the Part 66 Manual of Standards for his or her licence or for a rating endorsed on the licence; or
2.     within a period or periods of time amounting to 6 months, he or she has had at least 550 hours of experience in exercising those privileges.
[17]     Paragraph 66.A.23 (a)
reletter paragraph (a) as paragraph (b)
[18]     Paragraph 66.A.23 (b)
reletter paragraph (b) as paragraph (c)
[19]     Subparagraph 66.A.23 (b) 3
omit
subparagraphs (a) 1 and 2
insert
subparagraphs (b) 1 and 2
[20]     Subparagraph 66.A.23 (b) 4
omit
subparagraph (a) 2
insert
subparagraph (b) 2
[21]     Paragraph 66.A.25 (f)
substitute
        (f)     In addition to the units of competency that are required under this section for a subcategory B1.1 or B1.2 licence, an applicant for such a rating that includes wooden structures or fabric surfaces or propellers must hold each relevant optional unit of competency listed and coded in Appendix IV to this MOS that is marked:
1.     W — for wooden structures for the subcategory; and
2.     Z — for fabric surfaces for the subcategory; and
3.     P — for propellers for the subcategory.
[22]     Amendment of subparagraph 66.A.30 (a) 2
after
operating aircraft
insert
and in training
[23]     Paragraph 66.A.45 (c)
substitute
        (c)     A type rating may only be issued by CASA:
1.     following satisfactory completion of the relevant Category B1, B2 or C aircraft type training:
             (i)  approved by CASA; or
            (ii)  conducted by an appropriately approved MTO; or
           (iii)  conducted in accordance with paragraph (h); or
2.     if each of the following applies:
             (i)  the applicant is a category B2 licence holder (the holder) with a rating (a type rating) for a particular type, or type and model, of large aircraft with a particular type of aircraft engine (a large aircraft type);
            (ii)  the holder applies for a rating (the different type rating) for a large aircraft type, that is different from his or her type rating;
           (iii)  the large aircraft type to which the different type rating would apply has the same manufacturer as the large aircraft type to which the holder’s type rating applies;
           (iv)  CASA carries out an RPL assessment that compares the differences between the large aircraft type to which the type rating applies and the large aircraft type to which the different type rating would apply;
            (v)  CASA determines that the B2 systems differences between the 2 large aircraft types are not such as to require further training of the holder for the issue of the different type rating.
Note   In subparagraph (c) 2, the meaning of a large aircraft is the same as the meaning of an aircraft type in paragraphs (a) and (b) of the definition of aircraft type in regulation 66.010 of CASR 1998.
[24]     Paragraph 66.A.45 (h), including the note
substitute
        (h)     An AMO, in accordance with section 145.A.37 of the Part 145 MOS, may:
1.     deliver excluded system training and assessment for the excluded systems set out in Appendix VII; or
2.     for an aircraft type mentioned in column 2 of Table 2 in Appendix IX — deliver aircraft type training for a category or subcategory of licence for the aircraft, or a system or subsystem of the aircraft type; or
3.     for an aircraft type mentioned in column 2 of Table 2 in Appendix IX — arrange for the manufacturer of the aircraft or its engine to provide training and assessment.
[25]     After paragraph 66.A.45 (h)
insert
(i)     A licensed aircraft maintenance engineer, seeking his or her first aircraft type rating in an alternate licence category or subcategory not currently held by that person, must have first completed category or subcategory basic knowledge and competency training as mentioned in section 66.A.25 for the issue of a licence in that category or subcategory for which he or she is seeking his or her first rating, as well as meeting the basic practical experience requirements specified in paragraph 66.A.30 (b).
[26]     Paragraph 66.A.55 (c)
after
maintenance organisation
insert
, or maintenance training organisation,
[27]     Appendix IV, competency unit MEA209C, in column B2
insert
X
[28]     Appendix IV, competency unit MEA359A, column B1.1
substitute
W
[29]     Appendix IV, competency unit MEA359A, column B1.2
substitute
W
[30]     After Appendix VIII
insert
Appendix IX                                                                              See paragraphs 66.A.1 (c) and (d)
Type rated aircraft types and type rating endorsements for Category B1, B2 or C licences
Note   Large aircraft (aeroplanes over 5 700 kg maximum take-off weight (MTOW), multi-engine helicopters, and aircraft (including, where appropriate, a particular engine type) that CASA has designated as requiring a type rating, generally form the basis of the type rated aircraft types listed in Appendix IX. CASA has also designated certain small aircraft and specific engines as requiring a type rating on the basis that, taking into account issues such as complexity, new technology, ATSB recommendations or other safety issues, type training will enhance aviation safety.
Table 1
Note   These aeroplanes are large or designated as large - requiring type training and individual type rating
See paragraph 66.A.1 (e) for the meaning of “Various” in column 2.
Type Certificate (TC) holder
Aircraft type (aeroplanes)
Commercial designation
Type rating endorsement (aircraft type - engine in brackets)

328 Support Services
328-100 Series
 
Dornier 328-100 (PWC PW119)

AIRBUS
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
AIRBUS
A300 B1
A300 B2-1A
A300 B2-1C
A300 B2K-3C
A300 B2-202
A300 B2-203
A300 B4-2C
A300 B4-102
A300 B4-103
A300 B4-203
A300 C4-203
A300 F4-203
 
Airbus A300 basic model (GE CF6)

A300 B4-601
A300 B4-603
A300 B4-605 R
A300 F4-605 R
A300 C4-605 R Variant F
 
Airbus A300-600 (GE CF6)

A300 B4-622
A300 B4-622 R
A300 F4-622 R
 
Airbus A300-600 (PW 4000)

A310-203
A310-221
A310-203 C
A310-304
A310-308
 
Airbus A310 (GE CF6)

A310-324
A310-325
 
Airbus A310 (PW 4000)
Airbus A310 (PW 4000)

A318-110 Series
A319-110 Series
A320-111
A320-210 Series
A321-110 Series
A321-210 Series
 
Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321 (CFM56)

A319-130 Series
A320-230 Series
A321-130 Series
A321-230 Series
 
Airbus A319/A320/A321 (IAE V2500)

A330-200 Series
A330-300 Series
 
Airbus A330 (GE CF6)

A330-220 Series
A330-320 Series
 
Airbus A330 (PW 4000)

A330-240 Series
A330-340 Series
 
Airbus A330
(RR RB 211 Trent 700)

A380-840 Series
 
Airbus A380
(RR RB211 Trent 900)

AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES
L-420
 
Let L-420 (Walter M601) Note 3

ATR-GIE
Avions de Transport Régional
ATR 42-200
ATR 42-300
 
ATR 42-200/300 Series
(PWC PW120)

ATR 42-400
 
ATR 42-400/500/72-212A
(PWC PW120)

ATR 42-500
42-500
ATR 42-400/500/72-212A
(PWC PW120)

ATR 42-500
42-600
ATR 42-400/500/72-212A
(PWC PW120)

ATR 72-212 A
72-500
ATR 42-400/500/72-212A
(PWC PW120)

ATR 72-212 A
72-600
ATR 42-400/500/72-212A
(PWC PW120)

BAE SYSTEMS
 
 
 
 
 
 
BAE SYSTEMS
BAe 146 Series 100
BAe 146 Series 200
BAe 146 Series 300
AVRO 146-RJ70
AVRO 146-RJ85
AVRO 146-RJ100
AVRO 146-RJ115
 
BAe 146/AVRO 146‑RJ
(Honeywell ALF500 Series)

HS.748 Series 1
HS.748 Series 2
HS 748 Series 2A
HS 748 Series 2B
 
HS748 (RRD Dart)

Jetstream 3100
Jetstream 31
Jetstream 31/32
(Honeywell TPE331)

Jetstream 3200
Jetstream 32/32EP
Jetstream 31/32
(Honeywell TPE331)

Jetstream 4100
 
Jetstream 41
(Honeywell TPE331)

THE BOEING COMPANY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
THE BOEING COMPANY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
THE BOEING COMPANY
B707-100
Long Body
Boeing 707/720 (PW JT3)

B707-100B
Long Body
Boeing 707/720 (PW JT3)

B707-100B
Short Body
Boeing 707/720 (PW JT3)

B707-300B Series
B707-300C Series
B720
B720B
 
Boeing 707/720 (PW JT3)

B717-200
 
MD-717-200 (RRD BR700-715)

B727 Series
B727-100 Series
B727C Series
B727-100C Series
B727-200 Series
 
Boeing 727 (PW JT8D)

B737-100
B737-200
B737-200C
 
Boeing 737-100/200 (PW JT8D)

B737-300
B737-400
B737-500
 
Boeing 737-300/400/500 (CFM56)

B737-600
B737-700
B737-800
B737-900
B737-900ER
 
Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 (CFM56)

B747-200B
B747-200C
B747-200F
B747-300
 
Boeing 747-200/300 (PW JT9D)

B747-200B
B747-200C
B747-200F
B747-300
 
Boeing 747-200/300 (RR RB211)

B747-400
B747-400D
B747-400F/SF/BCF
 
Boeing 747-400 (GE CF6)

B747-400
B747-400F/SF/BCF
 
Boeing 747-400 (RR RB211)

B747SP
 
Boeing 747SP (PW JT9D)

B747SP
 
Boeing 747SP (RR RB211)

B757-200
B757-200PF
B757-300
 
Boeing 757-200/300 (RR RB211)

B767-200
B767-300
 
Boeing 767-200/300 (PW 4000)

B767-200
B767-300
 
Boeing 767-200/300 (PW JT9D)

B767-200
B767-300
B767-300F
B767-400ER
 
Boeing 767‑200/300/400
(GE CF6)

B777-200
B777-200LR
B777-300ER
 
Boeing 777-200/300 (GE 90)

B777F
Freighter
Boeing 777-200/300 (GE 90)

B787-8
Dreamliner
Boeing 787
(GEnx-1B)

DC3-G102
DC3-G102A
DC3-G103A
DC3-G202A
 
McD DC3 (Wright R1820) Note 2

DC3A-SCG
DC3A-SC3G
DC3A-S1CG
DC3A-S1C3G
DC3A-S4C4G
DC3C-SC3G
DC3C-S1C3G-S4C4G
DC3C-R-1830-90C
DC3D-R-1830-90C
 
McD DC3 (PW R1830)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
McD DC3 (PW R1830)

DC-4
 
McD DC4 (PW R2000)

BOMBARDIER
CL-215-1A10
 
Canadair CL-215
(PW R2800)

BD-100-1A10
Challenger 300
Bombardier BD-100-1A10
(Honeywell AS907)

BD-700-1A10
Global Express
Bombardier BD-700 Series
(RRD BR710)

BD-700-1A10
Global 6000
Bombardier BD-700 Series
(RRD BR710)

BD-700-1A11
Global 5000
Bombardier BD-700 Series
(RRD BR710)

BD-700-1A11
Global 5000 GVFD
Bombardier BD-700 Series
(RRD BR710)

CL-600-1A11
Challenger 600
Bombardier CL-600-1A11 (Honeywell ALF502)

CL600-2A12
(601 Variant)
Challenger 601
Bombardier CL‑600 ‑2A12/-2B16 (Variant CL 601/601-3A/3R)
(GE CF34)

CL600-2B16
(601-3A Variant)
Challenger
601-3A
Bombardier CL‑600 ‑2A12/-2B16 (Variant CL 601/601-3A/3R)
(GE CF34)

CL600-2B16
(601-3R Variant)
Challenger
601-3R
Bombardier CL‑600 ‑2A12/-2B16 (Variant CL 601/601-3A/3R)
(GE CF34)

CL600-2B16
(604 Variant)
Challenger 604 (MSN < 5701)
Bombardier CL‑600 ‑2B16
(Variant CL 604) (GE CF34)

CL600-2B16
(604 Variant)
Challenger 605 (MSN > 5701)
Bombardier CL‑600 ‑2B16
(Variant CL 604) (GE CF34)

CL600-2B19
Regional Jet Series 100
Bombardier CL-600-2B19
(GE CF34)

DHC-8-101
DHC-8-102
DHC-8-103
DHC-8-106
DHC-8
Series 100
Bombardier
DHC-8-100/200/300
(PWC PW 120)

DHC-8-201
DHC-8-202
DHC-8
Series 200
Bombardier
DHC-8-100/200/300
(PWC PW 120)

 
Type Certificate (TC) holder
Aircraft type (aeroplanes)
Commercial designation
Type rating endorsement (aircraft type - engine in brackets)

BOMBARDIER
DHC-8-301
DHC-8-311
DHC-8-314
DHC-8-315
DHC-8
Series 300
Bombardier
DHC-8-100/200/300
(PWC PW 120)

DHC-8-400
DHC-8-401
DHC-8-402
DHC-8
Series 400
Bombardier
DHC-8-400 (PWC PW150)

CESSNA
AIRCRAFT
COMPANY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CESSNA
AIRCRAFT
COMPANY
510
 
Cessna 510 (PWC PW615)

525
Citation Jet CJ1
Cessna 525/525A
(Williams FJ44)

525A
Citation Jet CJ2
Cessna 525/525A
(Williams FJ44)

525B
Citation Jet CJ3
Cessna 525B
(Williams FJ44)

525C
Citation Jet CJ4
Cessna 525C
(Williams FJ44)

550
Citation Bravo
Cessna 550/560
(PWC PW530/535)

560
Citation Encore
Cessna 550/560
(PWC PW530/535)

560
Citation Encore+
Cessna 550/560
(PWC PW530/535)

550
Citation II
Cessna 550/560
(PWC JT15D)

S550
Citation S/II
Cessna 550/560
(PWC JT15D)

560
Citation V
Cessna 550/560
(PWC JT15D)

560
Citation Ultra
Cessna 550/560
(PWC JT15D)

560 XL
Citation Excel
Cessna 560XL/XLS
(PWC PW545)

560 XLS
Citation XLS
Cessna 560XL/XLS
(PWC PW545)

560 XLS+
Citation XLS+
Cessna 560XL/XLS
(PWC PW545)

650
Citation III – VI
Cessna 650
(Honeywell TFE731)

650
Citation VII
Cessna 650
(Honeywell TFE731)

680
Sovereign
Cessna 680 (PWC PW306)

750
Citation X
Cessna 750
(RR Corp AE3007C)

DASSAULT
AVIATION
Fan Jet Falcon
Series C
Series D
Series E
Series F
(Basic) Fan Jet Falcon
Falcon 20 (GE CF700)

Mystère Falcon
20-C5
Mystère Falcon
20-D5
Mystère Falcon
20-E5
Mystère Falcon
20-F5
 
Falcon 20-5
(Honeywell TFE731)

Fan Jet Falcon Series G
Mystère Falcon 200
Mystère Falcon 20GF
 
Falcon 200
(Honeywell ATF 3-6)
 
Falcon 200
(Honeywell ATF 3-6)

Mystère Falcon 50
50
Falcon 50
(Honeywell TFE731)

Mystère Falcon 50
50EX
Falcon 50EX
(Honeywell TFE731)

Mystère Falcon 900
Falcon 900C
Falcon 900C
(Honeywell TFE731)

Falcon 2000
 
Falcon 2000 (CFE 738)

Falcon 2000EX
 
Falcon 2000 (PWC PW308)

Falcon 7X
 
Falcon 7X (PWC PW307A)

EADS CASA
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
EADS CASA
C-212-CB
C-212-CC
C-212-CD
C-212-CE
C-212-CF
C-212-DD
C-212-DF
C-212-EE
C-212-VA
Aviocar
C-212 (Honeywell TPE331)

CN-235
CN-235-100
CN-235-200
CN-235-300
 
CN-235 (GE CT7)
 
CN-235 (GE CT7)

EMBRAER
Empresa
Brasileira de
Aeronautica
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
EMBRAER
Empresa
Brasileira de
Aeronautica
EMB-120
EMB-120RT
EMB-120ER
Brasilia
Embraer EMB-120
(PWC PW110 Series)

EMB-135BJ
Legacy 600
Embraer EMB-135/145
(RR Corp AE3007A)

EMB-135BJ
Legacy 650
Embraer EMB-135/145
(RR Corp AE3007A)

EMB-135ER
EMB-135LR
EMB-145
EMB-145ER
EMB-145EU
EMB-145EP
EMB-145LR
EMB-145LU
EMB-145MP
EMB-145MK
 
Embraer EMB-135/145
(RR Corp AE3007A)

EMB-500
Phenom 100
Embraer EMB-500
(PWC PW617)

ERJ-170-100 STD
ERJ-170
Embraer ERJ-170 Series
(GE CF34)

ERJ 170-100 LR
ERJ-170
Embraer ERJ-170 Series
(GE CF34)

ERJ 170-200 STD
ERJ-175
Embraer ERJ-170 Series
(GE CF34)

ERJ 170-200 LR
ERJ-175
Embraer ERJ-170 Series
(GE CF34)

ERJ 190-100 ECJ
Lineage 1000
Embraer ERJ-190 Series
(GE CF34)

ERJ 190-100 LR
ERJ-190
Embraer ERJ-190 Series
(GE CF34)

ERJ 190-100 STD
ERJ-190
Embraer ERJ-190 Series
(GE CF34)

ERJ 190-100 SR
ERJ-190
Embraer ERJ-190 Series
(GE CF34)

ERJ 190-200 STD
ERJ-195
Embraer ERJ-190 Series
(GE CF34)

ERJ 190-100 IGW
ERJ-190 AR
Embraer ERJ-190 Series
(GE CF34)

ERJ 190-200 IGW
ERJ-195 AR
Embraer ERJ-190 Series
(GE CF34)

ERJ 190-200 LR
ERJ-195
Embraer ERJ-190 Series
(GE CF34)

FOKKER
Services
F27 Mark 050
Fokker 50
Fokker 50/60 Series
(PWC PW 125/127)

F27 Mark 0502
Fokker 50
Fokker 50/60 Series
(PWC PW 125/127)

F27 Mark 0604
Fokker 60
Fokker 50/60 Series
(PWC PW 125/127)

F28 Mark 1000
F28 Mark 1000C
F28 Mark 2000
F28 Mark 3000
Fellowship

Fellowship
Fokker F28 Series
(RRD Spey)
Fokker F28 Series
(RRD Spey)

F28 Mark 3000C
F28 Mark 3000R
F28 Mark 3000RC
F28 Mark 4000
Hawker Siddeley
Fokker F28 Series
(RRD Spey)

F28 Mark 0070
Fokker 70
Fokker 70/100 (RRD Tay)

F28 Mark 0100
Fokker 100
Fokker 70/100 (RRD Tay)

GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE LP
(GALP), c/o Israel Aircraft Industries
Gulfstream G150
Gulfstream G150
Gulfstream (IAI) G150 (Honeywell TFE731)

Gulfstream 200/Galaxy
Galaxy 200
Gulfstream (IAI) 200/Galaxy (PWC PW306)

GULFSTREAM
AEROSPACE
Corporation
GIV (G300)
Gulfstream G300
Gulfstream G-IV Series (RRD Tay)

GIV (G400)
Gulfstream G400
Gulfstream G-IV Series (RRD Tay)

G-IV/GIV-SP
Gulfstream
G-IV/GIV-SP
Gulfstream G-IV Series (RRD Tay)

GIV-X (G350)
 
Gulfstream G350
Gulfstream GIV-X Series
(RRD Tay)

GIV-X (G450)
Gulfstream G450
 
Gulfstream GIV-X Series
(RRD Tay)

GV
Gulfstream GV
Gulfstream GV basic model
(RRD BR710)

GV-SP (G500)
Gulfstream G500
Gulfstream GV-SP Series
(RRD BR710)

GV-SP (G550)
Gulfstream G550
Gulfstream GV-SP Series
(RRD BR710)

HAWKER
BEECHCRAFT
Corporation
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
HAWKER
BEECHCRAFT
Corporation
DH.125 Series 1
DH.125 Series 3
DH.125 Series 400
HS.125 Series 3
HS.125 Series F3
HS.125 Series F400
HS.125 Series 600
HS.125 Series 700
HS.125 Series F600
Hawker Siddeley
BAe 125/Series 700/800 (Honeywell TFE731)

 

BH.125 Series 400 BH.125 Series 600
Beechcraft Hawker
BAe 125/Series 700/800 (Honeywell TFE731)

BAe.125 Series 800
 
BAe 125/Series 700/800 (Honeywell TFE731)

Hawker 750
Hawker 750
BAe 125/Series 750/800XP/850XP/900XP (Honeywell TFE731)

Hawker 800XP
 
Hawker 800XP
BAe 125/Series 750/800XP/850XP/900XP (Honeywell TFE731)

Hawker 850XP
 
Hawker 850XP
BAe 125/Series 750/800XP/850XP/900XP (Honeywell TFE731)

Hawker 900XP
Hawker 900XP
BAe 125/Series 750/800XP/850XP/900XP (Honeywell TFE731)

BAe 125 Series Hawker 1000A/B
Hawker 1000
 
BAe 125 Series 1000 (PWC PW305)

300
300LW
Super King Air
Beech 300 Series
(PWC PT6)

B300
 
Super King Air 350
Beech 300 Series
(PWC PT6)

B300C
Super King Air 350 C
Beech 300 Series
(PWC PT6)

390
Premier I, 1A
Beech 390
(Williams FJ44)

400
Beechjet
Beech 400/Mitsubishi MU‑300 (Williams FJ44)

400
Beechjet
Beech 400/Mitsubishi MU‑300 (PWC JT15)

400A
Beechjet
(Hawker XP)
Beech 400/Mitsubishi MU-300 (PWC JT15)

400T
Beechjet
 
Beech 400/Mitsubishi MU-300 (PWC JT15)

MU-300
Diamond I/IA
Beech 400/Mitsubishi MU-300 (PWC JT15)

MU-300-10
Diamond II
Beech 400/Mitsubishi MU-300 (PWC JT15)

1900
1900C
1900D
Airliner
Beech 1900 (PWC PT6)

ISRAEL
AIRCRAFT
INDUSTRIES
IAI 1124
IAI 1124A
Westwind
IAI 1124
(Honeywell TFE731)

KELOWNA (Convair)
240
340
440
 
Convair 240/340/440
(PW R2800)

580
 
Convair 580
(RR Corp 501)

LEARJET
31/31A
 
Learjet 31
(Honeywell TFE731)

35/35A
36/36A
 
Learjet 35/36
(Honeywell TFE731)

Learjet 40
LJ40 or LJ40XR
Learjet Model 45
(Honeywell TFE731)

Learjet 45
LJ45 or LJ45XR
Learjet Model 45
(Honeywell TFE731)

Learjet 60
LJ60 or LJ60XR
Learjet 60 (PWC PW305)

M7 AEROSPACE
SA226-T
SA226-TC
SA226-AT
SA226-T(B)
 
Fairchild SA226 Series
(Honeywell TPE331)

SA227-AT
SA227-TT
SA227-CC
SA227-DC
 
Fairchild 227 Series
(Honeywell TPE331)

SA227-AC
Swearingen

SA227-BC
Metro
 

SAAB AB, SAAB Aerosystems
340A(SF340A)
340B
Saab-Fairchild 340A
Saab (SF) 340 (GE CT7)

SOCOTA
G73
 
Grumman G73 (PT6)

SHORT BROTHERS
SD3-30
SD3-60
SD3-SHERPA
SD3-60 SHERPA
Variant 200
Shorts SD3 Series-30/SD3-60 (PWC PT6)
Shorts SD3 Series-30/SD3-60 (PWC PT6)

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Avco Lycoming T53) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Bristol Centaurus) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Bristol Siddeley Viper B/S) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(De Havilland Goblin 35) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small/non rated aircraft
(Gen Electric J85‑GE‑17A) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Honeywell TPE331) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(PWC PT6) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(PWC JT15D) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(PW R1830/R2000) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(PW R2800) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Rolls Royce Avon) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Rolls Royce/Packard Merlin)
Note 1

NA
Various
Allison 250
Small or non-rated aircraft
(RR Corp 250) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft (Williams FJ44) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Wright R1820) Note 1, Note 2

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(WSK PZL (Kalisz) Asz 62IR-M18) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Wright R2600) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Wright R3350) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Walter M601) Note 1, Note 3

Note 1   This is a rule. For an aircraft type mentioned in a cell in a row of column 2, the type rating endorsement mentioned in a cell in the same row in column 4 that is annotated “Note 1” (the endorsement) has no applicability to Category B2 and Category C. However, an aircraft engineer licence in Category B1.1 or B1.2 (as relevant) must be endorsed with the endorsement before the holder may perform maintenance certifications for the engine of the aircraft.
Note 2   This is a rule. For an aircraft type mentioned in a cell in a row of column 2, the type rating endorsement mentioned in a cell in the same row in column 4 that is identified by the label “Note 2” also applies for all engine derivatives manufactured as part of the Wright 1820 Series e.g. Wright PZL M-18 and Lycoming Variants.
Note 3   This is a rule. For an aircraft type mentioned in a cell in a row of column 2, the type rating endorsement mentioned in a cell in the same row in column 4 that is annotated “Note 3” (that is the Walter M601 engine rating) also applies for the M601H-80 engine now designated by the manufacturer as the GE Aviation Czech H80.

 
Table 2
Note   These are aircraft for which an AMO may select or control type training (theory and practical) for AMO 6 month authorisation and subsequent CASA issue of individual type rating.
Part 1 — Aeroplanes eligible for AMO controlled or delivered type training
Note   Aeroplanes in this table were previously covered by regulation 31 of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 lower group ratings or are considered eligible for AMO selected manufacturer training.
TC holder
Aircraft type (aeroplanes)
Commercial designation
Type rating endorsement (aircraft type – engine in brackets)

BAE SYSTEMS
Jetstream 3100
Jetstream 31
Jetstream 31/32
(Honeywell TPE331) Note 1

Jetstream 3200
Jetstream 32/32EP
Jetstream 31/32
(Honeywell TPE331) Note 1

HAWKER BEECHCRAFT Corporation
300
300LW
Super King Air
Beech 300 Series (PWC PT6) Note 1

B300
Super King Air 350
Beech 300 Series (PWC PT6) Note 1

B300C
Super King Air 350 C
Beech 300 Series (PWC PT6) Note 1

1900
1900C
1900D
Airliner
Beech 1900 (PWC PT6) Note 1

M7 AEROSPACE
SA226-T
SA226-TC
SA226-AT
SA226-T(B)
 
Fairchild SA226 Series
(Honeywell TPE331) Note 1

SA227-AT
SA227-TT
SA227-CC
SA227-DC
 
Fairchild 227 Series
(Honeywell TPE331) Note 1

SA227-AC
SA227-BC
Swearingen Metro
Fairchild 227 Series
(Honeywell TPE331) Note 1

THE BOEING COMPANY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
THE BOEING COMPANY
DC3-G102
DC3-G102A
DC3-G103A
DC3-G202A
 
McD DC3
(Wright R1820)

DC3A-SCG
DC3A-SC3G
DC3A-S1CG
DC3A-S1C3G
DC3A-S4C4G
DC3C-SC3G
DC3C-S1C3G –S4C4G
DC3C-R-1830-90C
DC3D-R-1830-90C
 
McD DC3
(PW R1830)
 
 
 
 
McD DC3
(PW R1830)

DC-4
 
McD DC4 (PW R2000)

PILATUS AIRCRAFT
PC-12
PC-12/45
PC-12/47
PC-12/47E
 
Pilatus PC-12 (PWC PT6) Note 1

SOCOTA
G73
 
Grumman G73 (PWC PT6) Note 1

Note 1   This is a rule. For an aircraft type mentioned in a cell in a row of column 2, the engine type rating endorsement mentioned in a cell in the same row in column 4 that is annotated
“Note 1” requires CASA approved type training.

Table 2
Note   These are aircraft for which an AMO may select or control type training (theory and practical) for AMO 6 month authorisation and subsequent CASA issue of individual type rating.
Part 2
Note   Helicopters in this table were previously covered by regulation 31 of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 lower group ratings or are considered eligible for AMO selected manufacturer training. An AMO may provide B1, or B2, or B1 and B2, aircraft type training for the listed helicopters (but only as annotated in the table).
TC holder
Aircraft type (aeroplanes)
Commercial designation
Type rating endorsement (aircraft type – engine in brackets)

BELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON Inc.
222SP
 
Bell 222
(RR Corp 250)Note 1, Note 2

222
222B
222U
 
Bell 222
(Honeywell LTS 101)Note 1, Note 2

BELL HELICOPTER
CANADA
230
Executive/Utility/
EMS
Bell 230
(RR Corp 250)Note 1, Note 2

427
 
Bell 427
(PWC PW207D) Note 2

BELL HELICOPTER
TEXTRON Inc.
430
 
Bell 430
(RR Corp 250)Note 1 Note 2

EUROCOPTER
DEUTSCHLAND GMBH
BO 105 A
BO 105 C/CBS-4/‑5
BO 105 D/DB
BO 105 DB-4
BO 105 DBS Series
BO 105 LS
A-1/A-3
BO 105 S
 
BO 105 Series
(RR Corp 250) Note 3

EC 135 P1 Series
EC 135 P2 Series
EC 635 P2+
 
Eurocopter EC 135
(PWC PW206) Note 3

EC 135 T1 Series
EC 135 T2 Series
EC 635 T1
EC 635 T2 Series
 
Eurocopter EC 135 (Turbomeca Arrius 2B) Note 3

EUROCOPTER
DEUTSCHLAND GMBH
AND KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES
MBB-BK
117 A Series
MBB-BK 117
B Series
 
Eurocopter MBB-BK 117 A/B
(Honeywell LTS 101) Note 3

MBB-BK 117 C1
 
Eurocopter MBB-BK 117 C1 (Turbomeca Arriel 1) Note 3

MBB-BK 117 C2
EC145
Eurocopter MBB-BK 117 C2 (Turbomeca Arriel 1) Note 3

MD HELICOPTERS Inc.
MD900
 
MD Helicopters MD900
(PWC PW206/207) Note 3

SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT
S-58 BT to JT
 
Sikorsky S-58
(PWC PT6T)Note 3

Note 1   This is a rule. For an aircraft type mentioned in a cell in a row of column 2, the engine type rating endorsement mentioned in a cell in the same row in column 4 that is annotated “Note 1” requires CASA approved type training.
Note 2   This is a rule. For an aircraft type mentioned in a cell in a row of column 2, B2 training for the type rating endorsement mentioned in a cell in the same row in column 4 that is annotated “Note 2”, may only be provided by an AMO that is approved in writing by CASA to provide the training.
Note 3   This is a rule. For an aircraft type mentioned in a cell in a row of column 2, B1 training, or B2 training, or B1 and B2 training, for the type rating endorsement mentioned in a cell in the same row in column 4 that is annotated “Note 3”, may only be provided or arranged by an AMO that is approved in writing by CASA to provide, or arrange, the training.

 
Table 3
Note   These are large turbine-powered aircraft excluded from Part 66 of CASR 1998 type rating and, therefore, eligible to have the engines maintained by a B1.1 category holder with the small or non-rated aircraft (engine) rating. B2 category holder may maintain these aircraft without a type rating endorsement.
TC holder
Aircraft type (aeroplanes)
Commercial designation
Type rating endorsement (aircraft type – engine in brackets)

Air Tractor
400
500
800
Air Tractor
Small/non-rated Aircraft
(PWC PT6) Note 1

(DORNIER) RUAG Aerospace
228-100 Series
228-200 Series
 
Small/non-rated Aircraft
(Honeywell TPE331)Note 1

De Havilland Canada
DHC – 4
Caribou
Small/non rated Aircraft
(PWC PT6) Note 1

Note 1   This is a rule. For an aircraft type mentioned in a cell in a row of column 2, the type rating endorsement mentioned in a cell in the same row in column 4 that is annotated “Note 1” (the endorsement) has no applicability to Category B2 and Category C. However, an aircraft engineer licence in Category B1.1 or B1.2 (as relevant) must be endorsed with the endorsement before the holder may perform maintenance certifications for the engine of the aircraft.

 
Table 4
Note   These are piston-powered aircraft excluded from Part 66 of CASR 1998 type rating and, therefore, eligible to have the engines maintained by a B1.2 category holder with the small or non-rated aircraft (engine) rating. B2 category holder may maintain these aircraft without a rating endorsement.
TC holder
Aircraft type (aeroplanes)
Commercial designation
Type rating endorsement (aircraft type – engine in brackets)

Consolidated Aeronautics Inc.
PBY-6
Catalina
Small or non-rated aircraft (PW R1830) Note 1

Lockheed Aviation Corp
414-MKIII
 
Hudson
 
Small or non-rated aircraft (Wright R1820)Note 1

Grumman
G-111
Albatross
Small or non-rated aircraft (Wright R1820)Note 1

Lockheed Aviation Corp
C-121C
Super Constellation
Small or non-rated aircraft (Wright R3350)Note 1

Scottish Aviation
Pioneer
Twin Pioneer Ser 3
Small or non-rated aircraft (Leonides 531)Note 1

Note 1   This is a rule. For an aircraft type mentioned in a cell in a row of column 2, the type rating endorsement mentioned in a cell in the same row in column 4 that is annotated “Note 1” (the endorsement) has no applicability to Category B2 and Category C. However, an aircraft engineer licence in Category B1.1 or B1.2 (as relevant) must be endorsed with the endorsement before the holder may perform maintenance certifications for the engine of the aircraft.

 
Table 5
Note   These are multi-engine helicopters (turbine powered) requiring type training and individual type rating and turbines that can be fitted to those helicopters. The small or non-rated aircraft ratings (engine ratings) are applicable to non-rated multi-engined and single engined helicopters (turbine powered).
See paragraph 66.A.1 (e) for the meaning of “Various” in column 2.
TC holder
Aircraft type (helicopters)
Commercial designation
Type rating endorsement (aircraft type – engine in brackets)

AGUSTAWESTLAND
A109E
A109N
A109S
AW109SP
 
Agusta A109 Series
(PWC PW206/207)

A109
A109A
A109AII
A109C
 
Agusta A109 Series
(RR Corp 250)

A109K2
 
Agusta A109
(Turbomeca Arriel 1)

A109E
A109LUH
 
Agusta A109 Series
(Turbomeca Arrius 2)

AB139
AW139
 
Agusta AB139/AW139 (PWC PT6)

AB 212
 
Bell 212/Agusta AB212
(PWC PT6)

BELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON Inc.
212
 

214ST
 
Bell 214ST
(GE CT7)

412
412EP
412CF
 
Bell 412/Agusta AB412
(PWC PT6)

AGUSTA
AB412
AB412 EP
 
Bell 412/Agusta AB412
(PWC PT6)

BELL HELICOPTER CANADA
 
 
 
 
 
BELL HELICOPTER CANADA
222SP
 
Bell 222
(RR Corp 250)

222
222B
222U
 
Bell 222
(Honeywell LTS 101)

230
Executive/Utility/EMS
Bell 230
(RR Corp 250)

427
 
Bell 427
(PWC PW207D)

429
 
Bell 429
(PWC PW207D)

430
 
Bell 430
(RR Corp 250)

EUROCOPTER
SA330 F
SA330 G
SA330 J
 
Eurocopter SA 330
(Turbomeca Turmo)

AS332 C
AS332 L
AS332 C1
AS332 L1
 
Eurocopter AS 332
(Turbomeca Makila 1A/1A1)

AS355 E
AS355 F
AS355 F1
AS355 F2
 
Eurocopter AS 355
(RR Corp 250)

AS355 N
AS355 NP
 
Eurocopter AS 355
(Turbomeca Arrius 1)

SA 365 N
SA 365 N1
AS 365 N2
Dauphin
Eurocopter SA 365 N/N1, AS 365 N2
(Turbomeca Arriel 1)

AS 365 N3
Dauphin
Eurocopter AS 365 N3
(Turbomeca Arriel 2C)

EC 225 LP
 
Eurocopter EC 225
(Turbomeca Makila 2A)

EUROCOPTER
DEUTSCHLAND GMBH
 
 
 
 
 
EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH
BO 105 A
BO 105 C/CBS-4/-5
BO 105 D/DB
BO 105 DB-4
BO 105 DBS Series
BO 105 LS
A-1/A-3
BO 105 S
 
BO 105 Series
(RR Corp 250)
 
 
 
 
 
 
BO 105 Series
(RR Corp 250)

EC 135 P1 Series
EC 135 P2 Series
EC 635 P2+
 
Eurocopter EC 135
(PWC PW206)

EC 135 T1 Series
EC 135 T2 Series
EC 635 T1
EC 635 T2 Series
 
Eurocopter EC 135
(Turbomeca Arrius 2B)

EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH AND KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES
MBB-BK 117
A Series
MBB-BK 117
B Series
 
Eurocopter MBB-BK 117 A/B
(Honeywell LTS 101)

MBB-BK 117 C1
 
Eurocopter MBB-BK 117 C1
(Turbomeca Arriel 1) Note 2

MBB-BK 117 C2
EC145
Eurocopter MBB-BK 117 C2
(Turbomeca Arriel 1) Note 2

MD HELICOPTERS Inc.
MD900
 
MD Helicopters MD900
(PWC PW206/207)

SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT
S-58 BT to JT
 
Sikorsky S-58
(PWC PT6T)

AGUSTA
AS61N
AS61NI
 
Agusta AS61N/Sikorsky
S-61N (GE CT58)

SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT
S-61N
S-61NM
 
Agusta AS61N/Sikorsky
S-61N (GE CT58)

S-76A
 
Sikorsky S-76A
(RR Corp 250)

S-76A
S-76A+
Sikorsky S-76A
(Turbomeca Arriel 1)

S-76A
S-76A++
Sikorsky S-76A
(Turbomeca Arriel 1)

S-76B
S-76B
Sikorsky S-76B
(PWC PT6)

S-76C
 
Sikorsky S-76C
(Turbomeca Arriel 1)

S-76C
S-76C+
Sikorsky S-76C
(Turbomeca Arriel 2)

S-76C
S-76C++
Sikorsky S-76C
(Turbomeca Arriel 2)

S-92A
 
Sikorsky S-92A
(GE CT7-8)

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Avco Lycoming T53) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft (GE CT58) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Honeywell TPE331) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Honeywell LTS 101) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Lycoming T5508)
Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft (PWC PT6) Note 1

NA
Various
Allison 250
Small or non-rated aircraft
(RR Corp 250)
Note 1, Note 3

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Turbomeca Arrius) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Turbomeca Arriel) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Turbomeca Artouste) Note 1

NA
Various
 
Small or non-rated aircraft
(Turbomeca Astazou) Note 1

Note 1   This is a rule. For an aircraft type mentioned in a cell in a row of column 2, the type rating endorsement mentioned in a cell in the same row in column 4 that is annotated “Note 1” (the endorsement) has no applicability to Category B2 and Category C. However, an aircraft engineer licence in Category B1.3 must be endorsed with the endorsement before the holder may perform maintenance certifications for the engine of the aircraft.
Note 2   This is a rule. For an aircraft type mentioned in a cell in a row of column 2, the type rating endorsement mentioned in a cell in the same row in column 4 that is annotated “Note 2” (that is the Eurocopter MBB-BK117 engine ratings) also applies for Kawasaki BKK117 helicopter models with the same engine as the Eurocopter MBB-BK117 model.
Note 3   This is a rule. For an aircraft type mentioned in a cell in a row of column 2, the type rating endorsement mentioned in a cell in the same row in column 4 that is annotated “Note 3” (that is the RR Corp 250 engine rating) also applies for the RR250-C300/A1 engine, sometimes referred to as the RR300.

 
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