CASA 135/11 – Instructions – for approved use of P-RNAV procedures

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Instrument number CASA 135/11
I, ROGER BERTRAM GUY CROSTHWAITE, Manager Permission Application Centre, Industry Permissions Division, a delegate of CASA, make this instrument under subregulation 179A (1) of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988.
[R.B.G. Crosthwaite]
Roger B.G. Crosthwaite
Manager Permission Application Centre
Industry Permission Division
19 April 2011
Instructions — for approved use of P-RNAV procedures
1          Duration
                 This instrument:
(a)   commences on 1 May 2011; and
(b)   stops having effect at the end of 30 April 2013.
2          Application
                 This instrument applies to the use of precision area navigation (P-RNAV) by Air National Australia Pty Ltd, Aviation Reference Number 516998 (the operator):
(a)   in any place where P-RNAV procedures are authorised by the air safety authority or air navigation service provider for the place; and
(b)   in the Bombardier 700 aircraft mentioned in Schedule 1 (the aircraft) equipped with navigation equipment that is:
             (i)  mentioned in Schedule 2; and
            (ii)  installed in accordance with clause 3 of Schedule 3.
3          Instructions
                 The operator must comply with the standards and procedures mentioned in Schedule 3.
Schedule 1          Bombardier aircraft
Aircraft
Model
Serial no.
Nationality and registration marks

Bombardier
BD-700-1A11
9346
VH-LEP

Schedule 2          Aircraft operation
               An operation using any of the following navigation and communication equipment:
Manufacturer/type
Model/Part no.

Triple Honeywell FMS
Triple Honeywell IRS
Dual Honeywell VHF NAV
Dual Honeywell DME
Dual Honeywell GPS
Triple Honeywell VHF
Dual Rockwell Collins HF
CD-820
Laser Ref 1V
RNZ-851
DME-850
GNSSU
RCZ-833K
HF-9031A

Schedule 3          Standards and procedures
        1     The operator must comply with the requirements for P-RNAV procedures mentioned in its operations manual and flight manual.
        2     The operator’s operations manual and flight manual must comply with the standards and procedures mentioned in sections 9 and 10 of Temporary Guidance Leaflet No. 10 (Airworthiness and Operational Approval for Precision RNAV Operations in Designated European Airspace) issued by the Joint Aviation Authorities (the temporary guidance leaflet).
        3     Airborne systems installed in the aircraft:
(a)   must meet the performance certification criteria and functional criteria mentioned in sections 6 and 7 of the temporary guidance leaflet; and
(b)   must have been approved by CASA for use with P-RNAV procedures.
        4     The training program for flight crew using P-RNAV procedures must comply with the standards for training programs mentioned in paragraph 10.5 of the temporary guidance leaflet.
        5     Flight crew members must have received appropriate briefings and guidance material as set out in section 10 of the temporary guidance leaflet.
        6     The operator must tell CASA in writing not later than 14 days after ceasing to be the operator of the aircraft mentioned in Schedule 1.
 
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