Civil Aviation Rules, 2058 (2002)


Published: 2002

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Civil Aviation Rules, 2058 E


Civil Aviation Rules, 2058 (2002)
By exercising the power conferred on it by Section 34 of the Nepal Civil Aviation
Authority Act, 2053 (1996). Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal has made the
following Rules,
Chapter -1
Preliminary
1. Short Title and Commencement: (1) These Rules may be called the "Civil
Aviation Authority of Nepal, Civil Aviation Regulation, 2058 (2002)."
(2) These Rules shall come into force on such a date that the
Government of Nepal shall approve it.
(3) These Rules may be called "Civil Aviation Rules” in English and
"C.A.R." in Abbreviation.
2. Definition: Unless the subject or context otherwise requires, n these Rules,-
(a) "Act" means the Nepal Civil Aviation Authority Act, 2053 (1996).
(b) "Type Certificate" means the special type of certificate according to the
nature of the aircraft and this term also includes the efficiency acquired
by the person or type of the aircraft.
(c) "Convention" means the Convention on International Civil Aviation
opened for signature in Chicago on 7th December 1944 and the term
also includes,-
(1) Any such amendment, enforced and ratified by the both parties
pursuant to Article 94(a) of the Convention, and
(2) Any such Annex or any amendment made in such Annex, subject
to the extent of its enforcement to both parties within the definite
period, pursuant to Article 90 of the Convention.
(d) "Annex" means the International Standards and Recommended Practices
prescribed by the International Civil Aviation Organization having
affiliation with the Convention on International Civil Aviation.
(e) "Manual" means the Manual, Requirements and Directives made by the
Authority pursuant to Rule 82 and not to be contrary to the Act and



these Rules, for the execution of the Rule, Manual and standard
prescribed by the International Civil Aviation Organization.
(f) "Crew" means Pilot, Co-pilot, Flight Engineer, Radio Officer, Flight
Navigator, Air-hostess, Cabin attendant and pursue having the Personal
License, Rating and Certificate pursuant to the Act and these Rules.
(g) "Personal Licensing, Rating and Certificate" means the Personal
Licensing, Rating and Certificate to be issued pursuant to Rule 33 of
these Rules.
(h) "Fiscal Year" means the period of Shrawan 1st (about Mid July) of each
year to end of Aashad (about Mid July) of the Next year.
Chapter - 2
Provision Relating to Air Service Operation
3. No Air Service Operation to be Operated without having Permit or
Certificate: No person shall operate the air service without having the permit
or certificate pursuant to Clause (a) of Section 5 of the Act.
4. Air Service Operation Permit or Certificate: (1) The Air Service Operation
having a license pursuant to the prevailing law shall submit an application to
the Director General in a format upon mentioning necessary details prescribed
in Annex and Manual and also enclosing the fee pursuant to Schedule 1 for the
Air Service Operation Permit or Certificate.
(2) Upon receiving of an application pursuant to Sub-r le (1), the
Director-General may provide an Air Service Operation Permit or Certificate to
the applicant, after making necessary inquiry, based on the format prescribed in
Annex and Manual subject to the provisions of the pr vailing law related to
Civil Aviation, these Rules, Annex and Manual.
(3) The Director-General may specify necessary terms and conditions
while providing Air Service Operation permit or certificate pursuant to Sub-
rule (2) for a secured, regular, standard and effective operation of the Air
Service.
(4) Procedures relating to the submission of an application for Air
Service Operation Permit or Certificate, issuance of the Air Service Operator



Permit or Certificate and other procedure regarding terms and condition thereof
pursuant to Sub-rule (1), (2) and (3) shall be as mentioned in Annex and
Manual.
5. Provision Relating to Period of the Permit or Certificate and Renewal: (1)
The validity period of an Air Service Operation Permit or Certificate, pursuant
to Rule 4, shall be unto One fiscal year except in the condition, of its
cancellation before hand pursuant to Rule 6.
(2) The Air Service Operator shall submit an application to the Director-
General along with the fees pursuant to Schedule -1 for the renewal of the Air
Service Operation Permit or Certificate before the date of expiry.
(3) Other procedures relating to the submission of an application and
renewal of permit and certificate pursuant to Sub-rle (2) shall be as
prescribed in Annex and Manual.
6. Cancellation or Suspension of the Air Service Operation Permit or
Certificate: (1) The Director General may issue an order to suspend up to six
month or cancel the Air Service Operation Permit or Certificate of the Air
Service Operator issued under Rule 4, in case it does not comply with the
provisions mentioned in the prevailing law related to Civil Aviation, these
Rules, Annex and Manual or does violate the terms and conditions thereof.
(2) In case an order is issued to suspend or cancel the Air Service
Operation Permit or Certificate pursuant to Sub-rule (1), it's information shall
be provided to the office which issue such License and registered the
organization pursuant to the prevailing law.
(3) A reasonable opportunity shall be provided to the concerned Air
Service Operation Organization to submit a clarification before issuing an order
to suspend or cancel the Air Service Operation Permit or Certificate pursuant
to Sub-rule (1).



Chapter -3
Provisions Relating to Registration of Aircraft
and Marking of National Mark
7. No Aircraft Shall Make any Flight Without Having a Registration: No
aircraft shall make or cause to make any flight in the airspace of Nepal without
having a registration in any country.
8. Registration of Aircraft: (1) If the organization having an Air Service
Operation Permit or Certificate pursuant to Rule 4, desires to register its
purchased or leased aircraft in Nepal for commercial purpose, shall have to
submit an application along with the necessary details to the Director-General
pursuant to the format prescribed in Annex and Manual including the fee
mentioned in Schedule-1.
(2) A person or organization with a desire to regist r its aircraft for the
Private purpose, other than commercial purpose, shall have to submit an
application along with the necessary details to the Dir ctor-General pursuant
to the format prescribed in Annex and Manual including the fee mentioned in
Schedule-1.
(3) Upon receiving an application pursuant to Sub-rle (1) and (2), the
Director-General shall conduct necessary inquiries and order to provide an
Aircraft Registration Certificate subject to the provisions mentioned in the
prevailing law related to Civil Aviation, these Rules, Annex and Manual and
the terms and conditions mentioned in the Air Servic Operation Permit or
Certificate of the concerned Air Service Operator. The Aircraft shall be used
only for the same purpose, that the registration has been made.
(4) After the decision of registration of an Aircraft, the Director-General
shall issue Certificate of Registration by making a registration of the Aircraft in
the Aircraft Registration Book pursuant to the format prescribed in Annex and
Manual.
(5) The Aircraft registered pursuant to Sub-rule (2) shall be considered
as a Nepalese Aircraft.
(6) The ownership of the Aircraft shall be on the owner of the Aircraft.



(7) Notwithstanding any thing contained in these Rules, the aircraft
shall not be registered, until the dues of Government of Nepal and the
Authority shall not be paid. A new aircraft of the Air Service Operator, having
the Air Service Operation Permit or Certificate, shall not be registered, until
the dues Government of Nepal and the Authority are not paid and the
registration of the registered aircraft, if any, shall be cancelled.
9. Provision Relating to Lease Deal of the Aircraft: (1) The Air Service
Operation organization having the Air Service Operation Permit or Certificate
pursuant to Rule 4, shall submit an application to the Director-General in the
format prescribed in Annex and Manual including thenecessary details and
fees pursuant to Schedule -1 for the lease deal of the aircraft.
(2) The copy of the lease agreement of the aircraft shall also be
submitted with the application, pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
(3) An application shall be submitted to the Director-General including
fees mentioned in Schedule-1 in the event of any change in the operation of
aircraft leased under this Rule.
(4) Upon receiving such application pursuant to Sub-rule (1) and (3),
the Director-General shall provide permit, after making necessary inquiry, to
take the aircraft on lease or to provide it on lease nd to change the operator or
ownership. The Director-General may change the terms and conditions of the
agreement as well as specify other necessary terms and conditions in the course
of permission.
Provided that, in a case where there is a situation to take the operational
and technical responsibility of aircraft of any side of the agreement as a leasing
State, such permission shall be granted by obtaining mutual understanding of
the civil aviation authority of the concerned State.
(5) Notwithstanding anything contained in Sub-rule (4), such permit
shall not be granted until the dues of the Government of Nepal and Authority
are not paid.



(6) The document relating to amendment or alteration in the agreement
and other proceedings of aircraft lease deal, pursuant to this Rule, shall be
submitted.
10. Transfer of Aircraft Registration: (1) The aircraft registered in the name of
any person or organization pursuant to Rule 8, if it is necessary to transfer the
registration in the name of other person or organization through purchase sale
or any other method, such registration of the aircrft shall to be transferred in
the latter's name.
(2) The person or organization seeking the transfer of registration of the
aircraft, shall submit an application to the Director-General in the format
prescribed in Annex and Manual including necessary details and fees pursuant
to Schedule-1.
(3) The contract or agreement held between the two parties or any other
similar document shall have to be submitted to the Dir ctor General with the
application pursuant to Sub-rule (2).
(4) Upon receiving an application pursuant to Sub-rle (2), the
Director-General may order the transfer of aircraft egistration from one person
or organization to other person or organization after making necessary inquiry,
subject to the provision of prevailing law related o Civil Aviation, these Rules
including Annex and Manual.
(5) The Director-General shall have to remove the name of the previous
owner of the aircraft and Air Service Operation organization from the Aircraft
Registration Book pursuant to Sub-rule (4) of Rule 8 and register the name of
new owner and Air Service Operation after the decision of transfer of aircraft
registration pursuant to Sub-rule (4).
(6) The aircraft registration certificate shall be issued in the name of
aircraft owner or Air Service Operation Organization in the format prescribed
in Annex and Manual after the registration of aircraft owner or Air Service
Operation Organization in the aircraft registration book under Sub-rule (5).



(7) Notwithstanding anything contained in this Rule, the transfer of
registration of aircraft shall not be done until the organization pay the dues of
Government of Nepal and the Authority.
11. No Aircraft Shall be Registered: Notwithstanding anything contained in
these Rules the following Aircraft shall not be registered pursuant to these
Rules:-
(a) Aircraft registered in other country,
(b) Aircraft under the ownership of Nepalese Army, Nepal Police and
Customs,
(c) In case of the aircraft not having Nepalese type certificate or type
approval, if there is no plan of technology transfer to the concerned Air
Service Operation Organization and technical human resource of the
Authority.
12. Type Certificate: (1) The aircraft owner, organization or aircraft manufacture
oneself may submit an application to the Director-General in the format
prescribed in Annex and Manual including the necessary details and fees
pursuant to Schedule-1 for the type certificate of the aircraft that is not
registered in Nepal.
(2) The design certificate of the aircraft shall also be enclosed with the
application pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
(3) Upon receiving the application pursuant to Sub-r le (1), the
Director-General shall provide aircraft type certificate to the applicant after
making necessary inquiry, in the format prescribed in Annex and Manual under
the provision of the prevailing law related to of Civil Aviation these Rules,
Annex and Manual.
(4) Any Aircraft of the Air Service Operation who has no type certificate
being imported it before the commencement of these Rul s, shall take the type
approval at the time of renewal of Air Service Operation Permit or Certificate.
(5) Other procedures relating to provide type certificate shall be as
prescribed in Annex and Manual.



13. De-Registration of the Aircraft: (1) The aircraft, registered in the name of a
person or organization or operated taking on lease in Nepal, has become de-
funct due to destruction or being permanently withdrawn from use and taken
out for any reason from the country for not operate in Nepal or being sold the
owner of such aircraft or the person or organization taking it on lease shall
have to submit an application to the Director-General for de-registration of the
Aircraft with necessary details on the format prescibed in Annex and Manual
including the fees pursuant to Schedule -1 and the Aircraft Registration
Certificate.
(2) Upon receiving of an application pursuant to Sub-r le (1), the
Director-General shall conduct necessary inquiries and shall de-register the
aircraft registered by removing the name of such Aircraft from Aircraft
Registration Book conforming that all the dues of Gvernment of Nepal and
Authority are already paid subject to the provision mentioned in Annex and
Manual, prevailing law related to Civil Aviation and these Rules.
14. No Flight and Operation of Aircraft Without having National Mark: No
Aircraft shall make or cause to make any flight in he airspace of Nepal without
having a national mark of the country where the aircr ft is registered.
15. National Mark of the Aircraft: (1) Nepalese national mark of the Aircraft
Registered in Nepal shall be 9N in the figure and letter and after the national
mark there shall be a little hyphen (-) and after the national mark there shall be
a group of three capital letters in Roman character. Fo the first aircraft there
shall be registration mark of three Roman character (9N-AAA). In case there
are more than one such Aircraft the Roman character shall be marked B, C, D,
respectively.
Provided that, in the Aircraft of V.V.I.P. flight there shall be a hyphen
(-) mark after the national mark. Thereafter a capital letter in Roman character
"R" and lastly a two Roman letters such as 9N-RAA shall be marked. In case
there are more than one such Aircraft they shall be marked and inserted B, C,
D, respectively.



(2) The Director-General shall have the power to assign the national
mark of the Aircraft pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
(3) Other details relating to the national mark in an aircraft pursuant to
Sub-rule (1) shall be as prescribed in Schedule-2.
Chapter -4
Provisions Relating Airworthiness
16. Certificate of Airworthiness: No aircraft shall make or cause to make any
flight in the airspace of Nepal without having a Certificate of Airworthiness.
17. Standard of Airworthiness: (1) The standard of airworthiness to be enforced
in Nepal shall be as mentioned in Annex and Manual.
(2) Until the airworthiness standard is prescribed pursuant to Sub-rule
(1), the airworthiness standard to be enforced in Nepal, shall be the same
standard prevailed in the member state of the Interna ional Civil Aviation
Organization whose authority has awarded the certificate of airworthiness to
the aircraft.
18. Provision Relating to Airworthiness Certificate: (1) The Director-General
shall have the power to issue an airworthiness certifi ate.
(2) The format of an application to be submitted for the airworthiness
certificate, the format of an airworthiness certificate and other procedures and
details relating thereof, shall be as prescribed in An ex and Manual.
(3) While submitting an application pursuant to Sub-r le (2)
airworthiness certificate fee shall be paid pursuant to Schedule-1.
19. Provision Relating to Validity period and Renewal of the Airworthiness
Certificate: (1) The airworthiness certificate provided pursuant to these Rules
shall be valid up to One fiscal year except otherwise order is being issued by
the Director-General on the ground that the aircraft was found not in a good
condition to fly for safety reasons in the routine check-up of the Aircraft
pursuant to these Rules.
(2) An application shall be submitted to the Director-General, enclosing
the renewal fees pursuant to Schedule -1, for the renewal of airworthiness
certificate before the date of expiry.



(3) The format of the application to be submitted pursuant to Sub-rule
(1) and other procedure relating to renewal of airworthiness certificate shall be
as prescribed in Annex and Manual.
20. Cancellation or Suspension of Airworthiness Certificate: (1) The Director-
General may issue an order to cancel the airworthiness certificate of such
aircraft or to suspend it for up to the period mentioned in the same order in
case an aircraft is flown in contrary to the terms and conditions mentioned in
the airworthiness certificate provided to any Aircraft and the prevailing law
related to Civil Aviation, these Rules, Annex and Manual.
(2) A reasonable opportunity shall be provided to the concerned
organization to submit the clarification before issu ng the order of cancellation
or suspension of the airworthiness certificate pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
21. Export Certificate of Airworthiness: (1) In a case, if, the aircraft registered in
the name of a person or an organization or operated through lease deal within
Nepal, has to be sent out side the country permanently with view of not flying
or operating within the Nepal pr in a condition that the registration of the
aircraft has been cancelled pursuant to Rule 13, the owner or lessee whether a
person or an organization, except in a condition that e aircraft has become
de-funct due to destruction, has to apply for export Certificate of
Airworthiness before the Director-General including all details in the format
prescribed in the Annex and Manual along with the fe mentioned in
Schedule-1.
(2) Upon receiving the application pursuant to Sub-r le (1), the
Director-General , after necessary inquiry, shall provide export Certificate of
Airworthiness in the format mentioned in Annex and Manual, if, it is revealed
that dues of the Government of Nepal and the Authority have already been
paid.
(3) Other procedures relating to export Certificate of Airworthiness shall
be as mentioned in Annex and Manual.
Chapter -5
Provision Relating to Repair and Maintenance of the Aircraft



22. No Flight or Operation of Aircraft without Repair and Maintenance: No
Aircraft shall make any flight without making regular repair and maintenance
of the aircraft or engine of the aircraft and other pa ts at the period prescribed
by the Authority as mentioned in the Certificate of Airworthiness as provided
pursuant to Rule 18.
23. Repair and Maintenance of the Aircraft: (1) The Director-General may
issue necessary order, if necessary, to the concerned owner of the aircraft, Air
Service Operation and organization and repair and maintenance engineer to
carry out repair and maintenance or to change the acc ssories of such Aircraft
on the safety ground, expect in the condition, that ve to make regular
maintenance and repair of the Aircraft pursuant to Rule 22.
(2) The aircraft shall not make a flight without making repair and
maintenance or changing the accessories pursuant to the rder as Sub-rule (1).
(3) The method of repairing and maintenance of the aircraft pursuant to
Sub-rule (1) shall be as prescribed in Annex and Manual.
24. Repairing and Maintenance shall be Made from the Permit Holder or
Recognized Organization: (1) The repair and maintenance of engine and
accessories of the Nepalese aircraft, as repair and maintenance of the aircraft or
engine of the aircraft and accessories on regular or casual basis pursuant to
Rule 22 or 23 shall be made from permit holder organization pursuant to Sub-
rule (2) of Rule 28 or recognized organization pursuant to Sub-rule (2) of Rule
49.
(2) Other procedures relating to overhaul repair of the aircraft and other
provision relating to certification of the said details shall be as prescribed in
Annex and Manual.
25. The Record of the Repair and Maintenance of the Aircraft: The matters
relating to the repair and maintenance of the aircrft in a regular or casual basis
made pursuant to Rule 22 and 23 shall be certified by the concerned
organization in the format mentioned in Annex and Manual.
26. Regular Inspection: (1) No aircraft shall make a flight unless it is certified
that all the aircraft component and equipment necessary to operate the aircraft



are equipped in right position, by the aircraft maintenance certificate holder
inspector pursuant to clause 2 of Rule 32 or the person recognized aircraft
maintenance certificate holder inspector pursuant to Sub-rule (2) of Rule 49
before to operate the said aircraft.
(2) Other provisions relating to the regular inspection of the Aircraft
pursuant to Sub-rule (1) shall be as prescribed in An ex and Manual.
27. Log Book: (1) Each aircraft registered in Nepal, shall maintain an up-to-date
log book as follows:-
(a) Journey log-book,
(b) Aircraft log-book,
(c) One engine log-book in case of single engine aircr ft and
separate engine log-book for each engine in the aircraft
having more than one engine,
(d) One pitch propeller log book in case of one pitch
propeller aircraft, separate pitch propeller log books for
each pitch propeller in the aircraft having more than one
pitch propeller,
(e) Radio parts log book if having Radio Parts in the Aircraft.
(2) The Director-General shall have the power to issue log books
pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
(3) Other procedures and details relating to maintain and up to date the
Log Book pursuant to Sub-rule (1) shall be as prescribed in Annex and
Manual.
28. Provision Relating to Production, Repairing and Overhaul Organization
of the Aircraft and Accessories Thereof: (1) The organization, having the
license for production, repairing and overhaul of the aircraft and accessories of
the aircraft under prevailing law, shall have to submit an application along with
necessary details, to the Director-General, including the fees mentioned in
Schedule-1 in a format mentioned in Annex and Manual to get permission for
such works.



(2) Upon receiving of an application pursuant to Sub-r le (2), the
Director-General shall make necessary inquiry and may permit to the applicant
to operate the production, repairing and overhaul work of the aircraft and
accessories of the aircraft under subject to the otr provisions mentioned in
the prevailing law related to Civil Aviation, these Rules, Annex and Manual.
(3) The validity of the permission pursuant to Sub-r le (1) shall be one
fiscal year and an application shall be submitted to the Director-General
including the fee mentioned in Schedule-1, for renewal, before the expiry of
that period.
(4) Other procedures relating to format of the application and renewal
of permit pursuant to Sub-rule (3) shall be as mentioned in Annex and
Manual.
29. Suspension and Cancellation of Permit of the Organization of Production,
Repair and Overhaul of the Aircraft and accessories of the Aircraft: (1)
The Director-General, may, issue an order to suspend the permit of the
organization up to the period mentioned in the same ord r or cancel the permit
pursuant to Rule 28, in case the organization so permitt d, does not abide by
with the provision mentioned in the prevailing law related to Civil Aviation,
these Rules, Annex and Manual or acts contrary to such provision.
(2) On issuance of an order of suspension or cancellation pursuant to
Sub-rule (1), the formation therof shall be provided to the office which issued
the license and registered the organization pursuant to prevailing law.
(3) Reasonable opportunity shall be provided to the concerned
organization to submit clarification before suspensio or cancellation pursuant
to Sub-rule (1).
30. Organization and Agent Related with Import, Export Store and Selling of
the Accessories of the Aircraft: (1) The person or organization interested to
an import, export, store or selling of the accessorie of the Aircraft, or operate
business as an agent of such organization shall submit an application to the
Director-General to get permit for such work.



(2) Upon receiving such application pursuant to Sub-rule (1), the
Director-General shall make necessary inquiry and may provide permit to the
applicant to operate a business of import, export storage and selling of the
accessories of aircraft or to work as an agent of such organization on the format
mentioned in Annex and Manual after collecting fees mentioned in Schedule-
1.
(3) The validity period of the permit pursuant to Sub-rule (1) shall be
one fiscal year and an application shall be submitted o the Director-General
including the fee mentioned in Schedule-1, for the renewal, before the expiry
of such period.
(4) Other procedures and details relating to application to be submitted
to the Director-General for permit and renewal pursuant to Sub-rule (1) and
(3) shall be as mentioned in Annex and Manual.



Chapter -6
Provisions Relating to Personal License, Rating and Certificate
31. Have to Acquire Personal License, Rating and Certificate before Starting
the Work: No person shall start work on aviation sector without acquiring a
Personal License, Rating and Certificate pursuant to Rule 32 or having
recognized personal License, Rating Certificate pursuant to rule 51.
32. Authority to Issue Personal License, Rating and Certificate: The Director-
General shall have the power to issue the following Personal License, Ratings
and Certificates necessary for the operation of air service:-
(a) Student Pilot License,
(b) Private Pilot License,
(c) Test (Periodic), Provisional or Restrictive Pilot's License,
(d) Commercial Pilot License,
(e) Senior Commercial Pilot License,
(f) Airline Transport Pilot License,



(g) Instrument Rating,
(h) Assistant Flight Instructor's Rating,
(i) Flight Instructor Rating,
(j) Glider Pilot's License,
(k) Student Flight Operation License and Aircraft Dispatcher License,
(l) Flight Operation Officer or Aircraft Dispatcher License,
(m) Student Flight Engineer License,
(n) Flight Engineer License,
(o) Flight Radio Telephone Operator License,
(p) Flight Radio Operator License,
(q) Aircraft Radio mobile License,
(r) Ground Radio License,
(s) Radio Navigation Operator License,
(t) Air Traffic Controller License/Rating,
(u) Multi type Aircraft Rating,
(v) Flight Inspector Certificate,
(w) Check Pilot Examiner Certificate,
(x) Training Pilot Authority Letter,
(y) License Relating to Technical Officer, Radio, Electrical and Mechanical
Engineering, Communication and Navigational Aid,
(z) Aircraft Maintenance Technician Certificate (A.M.T.),
(aa) Aeronautical Station Operator and Flight Servic Operator License and
Rating,
(ab) Ground Radio Operator Certificate.
33. Qualification for Issuing Personal License, Rating and Certificate: The
following qualification shall be required to obtain personal License, Rating and
Certificate:
(a) Having the educational qualification, age and other qualification
mentioned in Annex and Manual.
(b) Having the Health certificate pursuant to Rule 34.



(c) Having passed the qualification examination conducted by the Authority
pursuant to Rule 36.
34. Qualification Relating to Health: The Personal License, Rating or Certificate
shall be provided to such person, having a standard health report as prescribed
in Annex and Manual, upon conducting health examinatio by the Medical
Board as prescribed by the Authority.
35. Medical Board: (1) A Medical Board shall be constituted under the
chairperson of a person designated by the Authority accompanying with other
qualified physicians to provide health certificate, o examine physical and
health qualification and to provide Personal License, Rating and Certificate as
mentioned in rule 34. Various specialists and advisors may be included in the
Board in the required number.
(2) The Director-General may constitute Aero-Medical Examiner
Group, under the Medical Board pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
(3) To be a member of the Medical Board constituted pursuant to Sub-
rule (1) and Aero-Medical examiner constituted pursuant to Sub-rule (2) shall
have to be obtained a minimum degree of post-graduate in the concerned
subject from the educational institute recognized by the Authority.
(4) The procedure of Medical Board and Aero-Medical Examiner
Group shall be made and enforced by the Medical Board.
(5) The Director-General, on the recommendation of Medical Board,
shall determine enforced the medical inspection fee from time to time.
(6) Other details relating to Medical Board and Aero-Medical Examiner
Group shall be as mentioned in Annex and Manual.
36. Examination and Procedure Thereof: (1) Personal License, Rating and
Certificate shall not be provided to such person who has not passed the
examination conducted by the Authority.
(2) The Authority shall constitute an examination conduction committee
to fix the curriculum and credit hours and to conduct the examination pursuant
to Sub-rule (1).



(3) The functions, duties and powers as well as other procedures
relating to Examination Conduct Committee constituted pursuant to Sub-rule
(2) shall be as mentioned in Annex and Manual.
(4) The Examination relating to flight safety shall be taken through one
or more of the following examination process:
(a) Written,
(b) Oral,
(c) Practical,
(d) Checkered,
(e) Simulation,
(f) Miscellaneous
(5) The Examination fee to be collected pursuant to Sub-rule (1) shall
be as prescribed in Schedule-1. One has to pay separat examination fee for
each and every subject of examination.
37. License, Rating and Other Certificates and Fees: (1) An application shall
be submitted to the Director-General to obtain the Personal License, Rating
and Certificate. While submitting the application, for Personal License, Rating
and Certificate fee shall be paid along with the application pursuant to
Schedule-1.
(2) The format of the application to be submitted pursuant to Sub-rule
(1) and other matters relating to providing of Personal License, Rating and
Certificate shall be as mentioned in Annex and Manual.
38. Validity Period of the License, Rating and Certificate: The Personal
License, Rating and Certificate as follows, provided pursuant to following
clauses of Rule 32 shall be valid up to the period as follows, except the
cancellation has been made pursuant to Rule 40:-
(a) Rating and Certificate pursuant to Clause (a), (b), (j), (l), (v), (w), (x),
(y), (z), (aa) & (ab) shall be for up to two years.
(b) Test License pursuant to Clause (c) shall be for four months, provisional
License shall be for one month and Restrictive License shall be for up to
the date mentioned in the same License.



(c) The License, Rating and Certificate pursuant to Clause (d), (e), (f), (k),
(m), (n), (o), (p), (q), (r) and (s) shall be for up to one year and the
Rating pursuant to clause (t) shall be for up to one year and certificate
up to two year.
Provided that, the License pursuant to Clause (d) an (f) shall be
provided only for up to six months and license pursuant to Clause (t)
shall be provided as mentioned in Annex and Manual for the person
attained the age of forty years.
(d) Except the period of Rating is specified in theRating provided pursuant
to Clause (g), (h), (i) and (u), the period of the Rating shall be up to the
period of the License, as provided in the said License.
39. Provision Relating to Renewal of the Personal License, Rating and
Certificate: (1) An application shall be submitted to the Director-General to
renew the Personal License, Rating and Certificate upon expiring the period as
prescribed in Rule 38.
(2) On submitting the application the renewal fee of the personal
License, Rating and Certificate, pursuant to Sub-rule (1) shall be paid pursuant
to Schedule-1.
(3) The format of an application to be submitted pursuant to Sub-rule
(1) and other procedures relating to the renewal of Personal License, Rating
and Certificate shall be as mentioned in Annex and Manual.
40. Postponement and Cancellation of the Personal License, Rating and
Certificate: (1) The Director-General may cancel the personal License, Rating
and Certificate of such holder or may issue an order to postpone up to the
period mentioned in the same order, in case the holder of a Personal License,
Rating and Certificate violate the provision of prevailing law related to Civil
Aviation, these Rules, Annex and Manual or uses the Personal License, Rating
and Certificate in country to such provision.
(2) A reasonable opportunity shall be provided to the concerned holder
of the Personal License, Rating and Certificate to submit a clarification before



issuing the order of cancellation or suspension of the Personal License, Rating
and Certificate pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
41. Exemption May be Provided: Notwithstanding anything contained in these
Rules, the Director-General may provide exemption in the certain qualification
among the qualifications necessary for the Personal License, Rating and
Certificate relating to Air Operation, by considering technical knowledge and
capability of such person, having a membership of army flight group (crew) or
having an experience and technical knowledge about the flight on civil aviation
recognized by the government or have passed any such special examination
satisfactorily as prescribed by the Director-General.
Chapter -7
Provision Relating to Flying School, Aircraft Simulator and
Operation or Ground Class on various subject of Civil Aviation
42. Submission of an Application for the Operation of the Training Institute
Relating to Flight: (1) The training Institute relating to Air Flight established
pursuant to prevailing law shall submit an application to the Director-General
for a permit to conduct a Training relating to Flight, in the format as prescribe
in Annex and Manual, including necessary details.
(2) On submitting an application pursuant to Sub-rule (1), it shall be
paid the fee of the Training Institute relating to Flight Operation Permit
pursuant to Schedule-1.
(3) On submitting an application pursuant to Sub-rule (1) the Director-
General, after making an inquiry, may issue a permit to the Training Institute
relating to Flight Operation as demanded by the applicant or with amendment
in the format as prescribed in Annex and Manual.
Provided that, the subject matter and credit hour t be operated by such
institute as permitted by the Director-General or the expert designated by
him/her.
(4) Other Procedures relating to the submission of an application for the
permit to operate the Training Institute relating to Flight and providing the
permit shall be as prescribed in Annex and Manual.



43. Provision Relating to Various Subjects of Ground Class of Civil Aviation
Operation Organization: (1) The Air Service Operation, organization, having
the License of flight ground class operation of various subject on Civil Aviation
established pursuant to prevailing law, shall have to submit an application
including the fee mentioned in Schedule -1 to the Dir ctor-General to receive
the permit for operation of such class.
(2) On submitting the application pursuant to Sub-rle (1), Ground
Class subject matter, curriculum, load of curriculum, qualification of affiliates
instructor and training manual shall also be submitted for the approval. It shall
have to submit before starting the class for approval f the curriculum and
training manual require to change from time to time.
(3) The Director-General may provide permit or approval after making
necessary inquiry, if the submission has been made for permit pursuant to Sub-
rule (1) and for approval pursuant to Sub-rule (2).
44. Suspension or Cancellation of the Training Institute Relating to Flight
Operation Permit: (1) The Director-General may issue an order to suspend up
to a period specified in the same order or cancel th permit relating to Flight
Operation or cancel it in case the Training Institute related to Air Flight
Operation pursuant to Rule 42 and 43 does not comply with the provisions
mentioned in the prevailing law related to Civil Aviation, these Rules, Annex
and Manual or acts in contrary to such provisions.
(2) In case an order is issued to suspended or cancel the permit pursuant
to Sub-rule (1) its information shall provided to the registration office to such
Institute pursuant to prevailing law.
(3) A reasonable opportunity shall be provided to the concerned
Training Institute relating to Flight Operation before issuing an order to
suspend or cancel the permit pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
45. Aircraft Simulator Permit: (1) The training institute relating to Flight, having
the permit pursuant to Rule 42, interested to operate the simulator, shall
submit an application along with necessary details o the Director General in a



format mentioned in Annex and Manual including the fe mentioned in
Schedule -1.
(2) Upon receiving an application pursuant to Sub-rle (1), the
Director-General shall conduct necessary inquiries and shall provide aircraft
simulator operation permit to the Flying School in the format mentioned in
Annex and Manual.
(3) Other procedures relating to provide aircraft simulator operation
permit to the training institute relating to air flight shall be as mentioned in
Annex and Manual.
(4) The person or organization, desiring to take training in abroad flying
center or simulator, shall submit an application to the Director-General
including the fee mentioned in Schedule -1.
(5) Upon receiving such application pursuant to Sub-rule (4), the
Director-General may provide permit after the inspection of standard of that
center or simulator.
Chapter -8
Provision Relating to Recognition and De-recognition
46. Recognition of Type Certificate: (1) The owner of the aircraft or Air Service
Operation desiring to recognize type certificate provided in relation to any
aircraft by a member country of the International Civil Aviation Organization
or the person or organization duly authorized by the said country shall submit
an application along with necessary details to the Dir ctor-General pursuant to
format mentioned in Annex and Manual including the fe mentioned in
Schedule-1.
(2) The Aircraft design Certificate shall also be submitted with the
application pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
(3) Upon receiving such application pursuant to Sub-rule (1), the
Director-General shall conduct necessary inquiries and shall provide type
certificate recognition of that Aircraft pursuant to he format mentioned in
Annex and Manual.



(4) The recognition provided pursuant to Sub-rule (3) shall be the
integral part of the concerned Type Certificate.
(5) Other procedures relating to recognition, pursuant Sub-rule (3),
shall be as mentioned in Annex and Manual.
47. Recognition of Airworthiness Certificate: (1) If any Aircraft, having the
airworthiness certificate provided by a member country of the International
Civil Aviation Organization or the person or organizat on duly authorized by
the said country to make flight in Nepal shall have to submit an application
along with necessary document to the Director-General pursuant to format
mentioned in Annex and Manual and including the fee m ntioned in Schedule-
1.
(2) Upon receiving such application pursuant to Sub-rule (1) the
Director-General shall conduct necessary inquiries and may provide
recognition to such certificate with or without specifying any terms and
conditions in the format mentioned in Annex and Manu l.
(3) The recognition provided pursuant to Sub-rule (2) shall be the
integral part of the airworthiness certificate.
(4) Other procedures relating to recognition pursuant Sub-rule (2) shall
be as mentioned in Annex and Manual.
48. The Recognition of Airworthiness Certificate May be Withdrawn: (1) The
Director-General may withdraw the recognition of an airworthiness certificate
recognized pursuant to Rule 77 in relation to an aircr ft, in case such Aircraft
makes a flight in contrary to the terms and conditions as mentioned at the time
of providing such recognition and the terms and conditions mentioned in the
prevailing law related to Civil Aviation, these Rules, Annex and Manual.
(2) A reasonable opportunity shall be provided to the owner or operator
of the concerned aircraft to submit a clarification before the withdrawn of the
recognition of airworthiness certificate pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
49. Recognition of Aircraft Repairing and Maintenance Organization: (1) The
Aircraft Repairing and Maintenance Organization, established under the
License to Operate the industry or profession relating to Aircraft Repairing and



Maintenance work provided by the member country of the International Civil
Aviation Organization or the person or organization duly authorized by the
said country, desire to make repair and maintenance of the Nepalese aircraft
shall have to submit an application along with necessary details to the
Director-General pursuant to format mentioned in Annex and Manual
including the fee mentioned in Schedule-1.
(2) Upon receiving such application pursuant to Sub-rule (1) the
Director-General shall conduct necessary inquiries and may provide
recognition for making an overhaul, repairing and maintenance of the Nepalese
aircraft with specifying any terms and condition in the format mentioned in
Annex and Manual.
(3) Other procedures relating to recognition pursuant Sub-rule (2) shall
be as mentioned in Annex and Manual.
50. The Recognition of Aircraft Repair and Maintenance May be Withdrawn:
(1) The Director-General may withdraw the recognitio of the Aircraft Repair
and Maintenance Organization, in case an Aircraft Repairing Maintenance and
overhaul work which is recognized pursuant to Rule 49 does not comply with
the provisions mentioned in the prevailing law relat d to Civil Aviation, these
Rules, Annex and Manual or does anything in contrary to such provisions
while doing repairing and maintenance or overhaul of the Nepalese aircraft.
(2) A reasonable opportunity shall be provided to the concerned
Aircraft Repair and Maintenance Organization to submit a clarification before
withdrawing the recognition pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
51. Recognition of Personal License, Rating and Certificate: (1) The personal
License, Rating and Certificate holder, having the personal License, Rating and
Certificate provided by a member country of the Inter ational Civil Aviation
Organization or the person or organization duly authorized by the said country
to use in Nepal for up to the period as mentioned i such personal License,
Rating or Certificate shall have to submit an application along with necessary
details to the Director-General pursuant to format entioned in Annex and
Manual including the fee mentioned in Schedule-1.



(2) Upon receiving such application pursuant to Sub-rule (1) the
Director-General shall conduct necessary inquiries and may provide
recognition to such certificate with or without specifying any terms and
conditions in the format mentioned in Annex and Manu l.
(3) The recognition provided pursuant to Sub-rule (2) shall be the
integral part of the concerned personal License, Rating nd Certificate.
(4) Other procedures relating to recognition pursuant Sub-rule (2) shall
be as mentioned in Annex and Manual.
52. The Recognition of Personal License Rating and Certificate May be
Withdrawn: (1) The Director-General may withdraw the recognitio of the
Personal License, Rating and Certificate, recognized pursuant to Rule 51 in
case the holder has used the Personal License, Rating nd Certificate in
contrary to the terms and conditions as prescribed at the time of providing such
Personal License, Rating and Certificate and the prevailing law related Civil
Aviation, these Rules, Annex and Manual.
(2) A reasonable opportunity shall be provided to the concerned holder
of the personal License, Rating and Certificate to submit a clarification before
issuing an order to withdraw the recognition of thepersonal License, Rating
and Certificate pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
53. Recognition of the Certificate to Export, Import, Store, Overhaul and
Selling and Distribution of the Aircraft and Accessories of the Aircraft:
(1) The export, import, storage, overhaul and selling and distribution
organization, established under the license to operate the profession relating to
the export import, storage, overhaul and selling and distribution works
provided by the member country of the International Civil Aviation
Organization or the person or organization duly authorized by the said country
shall submit an application along with necessary details including the fee
mentioned in Schedule-1, to the Director-General.
(2) Upon receiving such application pursuant to Sub-rule (1), the
Director-General shall make necessary inquiry and may provide to operate
import, storage, overhaul and selling and distribution of the Nepalese aircraft



to such organization with or without specifying any terms and conditions in the
format mentioned in Annex or Manual.
(3) Other procedures relating to Sub-rule (2) shall be as mentioned in
Annex and Manual.
54. The certificate recognition license fee pursuant to Rule 46, 47, 49, 51, and 53
of these Rules shall be equal to the concerned permit and certificate fee.
Chapter- 9
Provisions Relating to Flight, Landing, Use of
Airport and Route Sector Permit
55. No Aircraft shall Make Any Flight without Having a Flight Permit: No
one shall make or cause to make any flight operation in the airspace of Nepal
without having flight permit pursuant to Rule 56.
56. Flight Permit should be Taken: (1) The concerned owner of an aircraft or
Air Service Operation Organization shall submit an application to the Director-
General in the format as prescribed in Annex and Manual including necessary
details, to obtain a permit to make any flight of an ircraft in the airspace of
Nepal or to fly or to land in the runway of any airpo t or helipad.
(2) Upon receiving such application, the Director-General may provide
the flight and landing permit to the applicant as demanded by the applicant or
with specifying any terms and conditions by considering the technical aspects
of the aircraft, airport and runway of the Airport.
(3) Subject to the provisions mentioned in Sub-rule (2), the Director-
General may provide the flight and landing permit as follows:-
(a) Regular (Scheduled) international flight to be operated
pursuant to bilateral and multilateral air service
agreement,
(b) Non Scheduled and domestic or international chartered
flight,
(c) Emergency flight (Example:- Rescue, Ambulance et .),
(d) Diplomatic flight,
(e) Test flight,



(f) Private flight,
(g) Glider, Hang glider, paraglider, Balloon Micro-light and
sail plane flight,
(h) Aerial survey or Agriculture flight,
(i) All types of domestic flight.
(4) The flight permit pursuant to Clause (c) of Sub-r le (3) may be
requested and provided verbally as required. Such type of permit shall be
recorded.
(5) The flight permit fee pursuant to Clause (b) and (g) of Sub-rule (3)
shall be as prescribed in Schedule -1.
(6) The National and International Airlines shall have to submit their
flight Schedule to the Director-General in the format mentioned in Annex and
Manual for the regular (Schedule) flight and the flight shall be started only
after the approval of the Director-General.
(7) The Director-General may specify necessary terms and conditions
while providing flight permit for the operation of the International Charter
Flight.
57. Provision Relating to Operation of Airport and Flight Permit: (1) The
Airport shall open for the Air Operation service as mentioned in the Annex,
Manual and Directives.
(2) The concerned owner of Aircraft or Air Service Operation shall
submit an application to the Director-General along with necessary details, for
opening the Airport to obtain the Air operation service beyond the time
mentioned in Annex, Manual and Directives.
(3) Upon receiving such application; the Director-General may provide
operation permit with specifying terms and conditions and cost recovery fee of
the Airport, beside the fee mentioned in the prevailing law, considering the
technical aspects of the Aircraft, facility of the Airport and runway of the
Airport.



(4) The route sector and frequency for the national air service operator
operating in regular basis under the bilateral and multilateral Air agreement,
shall be specified by the Authority from time to time.
58. No Flight Permit to be Provided: No flight permit shall be provided,
pursuant to Rule 56 to such Aircraft who do not fulfill the following
conditions:-
(a) Without having the marking of national mark,
Provided that, the Director-General may provide a flight permit
to the flight pursuant to clause (g) of Sub-rule (3) of the Rule 56,
although having not fulfilled the terms and condition pursuant to this
clause.
(b) Without having Airworthiness Certificate.
(c) Without having Personal License, Rating and Certificate or without
having crew member in required number.
(d) Without having other documents required for the flight.
59. No Other Flight shall be Made Except the Permitted Flight: No other type
of flight shall be made or cause to be made except the flight to which the
permit is provided pursuant to Rule 56.
60. An Aircraft Manufactured for One Function Shall not Make a Flight for
Another Function: No one shall fly such an aircraft for another purpose made
for the purpose or function of the Aircraft, which is manufactured for such
purpose or function by the Aircraft manufacture.
61. The Documents Relating to Flight and Aircraft Shall Have to be Kept in
Possession: No one shall make flight in the airspace of Nepal without having
the following documents in possession relating to flight and aircraft:-
(a) Aircraft Registration Certificate.
(b) Airworthiness Certificate of the Aircraft.
(c) Journey log-book.
(d) Personal License, Rating and other Certificates of each crew member
attending in the flight.



(e) In the case of a passenger aircraft, the name, nationality, landing point
and ultimate destination of each passenger on board.
(f) The document specified by the Authority amongst other document as
mentioned in the Annex and Manual.
62. No Aircraft Shall Make any Flight in the Prohibited Zone: No one shall fly
an Aircraft in the airspace which is completely prohibited by Government of
Nepal or Authority and in the airspace where the flight can be made only in the
prescribed conditions and time except in the conditions and time as prescribed
in such airspace.
63. No Aircraft Shall Enter, Depart or Make Flight From Any Other Place
Except the Specified Place: No person shall enter, depart, make flight and
land of an aircraft from other places except the spcified place in the permit
pursuant to Rule 56.
64. Flight of Aircraft may be Stopped Immediately: An order may be issued by
Government of Nepal or the Authority for not to entr, depart, making flight
and land any aircraft to the area and place in a conditi n that such area and
place shall not appropriate to fly the aircraft due to security or any other
reason.
Chapter -10
Provision Relating to Safety of Air Flight Operation
65. Pilot-in-Command to be Satisfied: No Aircraft shall make flight, without
having satisfaction of the Pilot-in-command on the following matters:-
(a) The total weight of the aircraft is safe for the proposed flight.
(b) The goods in the aircraft are loaded with balance and safely for the safe
flight.
(c) Essential and minimum quantity of extra fuel is available for the
proposed flight.
(d) The aircraft is safe for the flight from other aspects.
66. No Aircraft Shall Make a Flight Without Having Rescue Materials: No
aircraft shall fly and operate without having rescue materials and such other



type of equipment mentioned in the Annex and Manual for the rescue of the
passengers at the sudden and emergency situation.
67. No Aircraft Shall Make a Flight Without Having Fire Extinguishing
Materials and Equipment: No aircraft shall fly and operate without having
fire extinguishing and rescue material and other similar type or equipment
mentioned in the Annex and Manual for the security of the passengers, aircraft,
airport and other matters.
68. No Inflammable and Dangerous Goods and Substance Shall be
Transported From an Aircraft: No inflammable and dangerous goods and
substance shall be transported from an aircraft except in the quantity of such
goods and in such manner as prescribed by Government of Nepal or Authority.
69. No Crew Shall Take Alcoholic Drink: No crew shall fly an aircraft by
drinking alcoholic drink which may cause an adverse eff ct in the capacity of
the flight.
70. Smoking Prohibited: No crew and passenger shall smoke in other time of
flight except in the conditions and time as specifid by the Authority for the
safety reason of the flight of the aircraft.
71. No Passenger and Goods Shall be boarded in the Unauthorized Place: No
passenger and goods, shall be boarded in other place of the aircraft except in
the designated place for the passengers and the goods.
72. Person not to be carried in an aircraft during the Flight Time: No person
shall fly an aircraft knowingly boarding the following persons except under an
order issued by the Director-General:-
(a) The person not in normal condition due to mental disease or gone mad.
(b) The person undergoing the punishment of the imprisonment pursuant to
prevailing law.
(c) The person in custody in the serious criminal case.
73. No Animate, Animals, Birds etc. Shall be Carried in an Aircraft During
the Flight Time: No animate, animals, birds etc. shall be carried in an Aircraft
during the flight time except under an order issued by the Director-General.
Chapter-11



Provision Relating to Communication and Airport Security
74. No one Shall Manage Light and Symbol Except the Authority: (1) No one
shall manage such type of light to create a confusion to the pilot by erecting
things like shed, tower, pillar or tree at the airport, airport area and specified
place for the departure and landing of the Aircraft.
(2) Other technical terms and restrictions to be adopted for the
managing of the light by the Authority pursuant to Sub-rule (1) shall be as
prescribed in Annex and Manual.
75. Aircraft Communication and Equipment of Navigational Aid to be
Installed: (1) Each public passenger Aircraft registered in Nepal shall have to
install the Radio Communication and Navigational Aid Equipment for the
exchange of information and necessary Navigational Aid.
(2) Other technical matters relating to the installation of the
Communication and Navigational Aid Equipment pursuant to Sub-rule (1)
shall be as prescribed in Annex and Manual.
76. No Entrance into the Restricted Area of the Airport Without Permission:
(1) No person shall have to enter into the restricted area of the Airport without
having permission of the concerned Airport Chief.
(2) Permission may be granted by the Airport Authority from the
specified path to the person holding valid document and Air ticket for the flight
to reach to the aircraft.
77. Slaughter House not to be Established: No person shall establish the open
slaughter house around three kilometer of the airport area.
78. Environment Shall not be Polluted: (1) No person shall store disorderly the
solid waste in the airport area.
(2) The Authority may punish to those person or organization making
solid waste disorderly as prescribed from time to time.
(3) No person shall store and throw solid wastes openly around the at
least three kilometer area of the airport which may pollute the environment.



(4) Nobody shall fly or operate beyond the pollution t lerance limit as
prescribed by the Authority, to make minimum effect of pollution in Cultural
Heritage, Airspace and environment.
(5) The Authority may determine different fees from ti e to time to each
landing and take of for the sustainable environment in the Airport.



Chapter -12
Miscellaneous
79. Provisions Relating to Establish and Operate the Remote Area Air
Service Fund: (1) Government of Nepal may establish the Remote Area Air
Service Fund, to provide grant at least some amount t of the deficit amount
to the aircraft making the flight to with lower price those remote area airport
not accessible by Road link, as prescribed by the Government of Nepal.
(2) The Air Operators who operate flight collecting tourist fare
(dollar fare) from the foreign tourists in the domestic flight sector as
determined by the Government of Nepal shall deposit the following amounts in
the Fund in a case such Fund established pursuant to Sub-rule (1) :-

(a) Per foreign passenger in mountain
flight
- At the rate of Four U.S
dollar.
(b) Per foreign passenger in other sector - At the rate of two U.S.
Dollar.
(c) The charter aircraft and Helicopter
shall have to deposit at the rate of
Two percent of the amount received
from the charter party.

(3) The amount pursuant to Sub-rule (2) shall have to deposit within the
Twenty One days from the date of flight. The Ten percent fine shall be levied
from that date to next thirty days and the Air Service Operation Permit or



Certificate of those Air Service Operation Organization shall be suspended for
not depositing the amount within said date.
(4) The Authority shall operate the Fund pursuant to his Rule under
the procedures as prescribed by Government of Nepal.
80. Order and Instruction May be Issued: (1) Subject to the provisions of the
Civil Aviation Act, Civil Aviation Authority Act and other prevailing Act and
these Rules, the Authority may issue necessary order or instruction to the
concerned body, organization and persons for the execution of Annex and
Manual.
(2) While issuing an order and instruction pursuant to Sub-rule (1), it
may be issued particularly in the following matters:-
(a) Matters relating to the registration and marking of the
Aircraft,
(b) Matters relating to inspection of the Aircraft nd providing
certificate.
(c) Matters relating to the equipment, and other physical
objects to be installed in the Aircraft and the airport,
(d) Matters relating to the functions to be performed by the
Personal License holder in relation to the Crew, Aircraft
Repairing and Maintenance and Air Traffic Controller,
(e) Matters relating to the operation of visual and i strument
flight,
(f) Matters relating to the establishment and operation of Air
Traffic Control, Flight Information and Alerting Service,
(g) Matters relating to adopt the safety measures as
determined,
(h) Matters relating to providing information of inc dent,
accident, making technical investigation and dissemination
of information relating to it,
(i) Matters relating to dissemination information about
Weather for the air flight operation,



(j) Matters relating to providing information of air traffic
controller and navigation,
(k) Matters relating to installation of standard communication
equipment in air navigation and about determining the
process of operation of those equipment,
(l) Matters relating to collection of information and
dissemination for the flight and operation of the aircr ft.
(m) Matters relating to the improvement of aviation security,
(n) Matters relating to making clean and sustainable
environment,
(o) Matters relating to construction of a dumping site,
(p) Matters relating to enhancement of flight safety,
(q) Matters relating to improvement of Airport facility,
(r) Matters relating to making an arrangement protection of
the accessories of the aircraft for incident and accident
investigation purpose,
(s) Matters relating to implementation of flight safety audit
recommendation,
(t) Matters relating to implementation of recommendations of
the report related with Aircraft incident and accident
investigation,
(u) Other matters as mentioned in these Rules.
81. Annex and Manual May be Enforced: The Authority, may enforce the
Annex or any part of it, Manual and Documents or any part of such Manual
and Document issued by the International Civil Aviation Organization, on the
basis of requirement and nationality, with a view to make the flight safe,
regular and orderly.
82. Manual, Requirements and Directives may be Framed: (1) The Authority
may frame Manual, Requirements and Directives on the matters mentioned in
Schedule -3 and in other several matters, not to be contrary to the prevailing
law related to Civil Aviation Act and these Rules, taking into consideration the



national and international norms for the execution of Regulation, Annex,
Manual and Standards prescribed by the International Organizations in relation
to Air Service Operation.
(2) The provisions mentioned in the Manual, Requirements and
Directives made pursuant to Sub-rule (1), shall be enforced to all the parties,
relevant to the Air Service Operation.
83. Recognition May be Provided: The Authority may recognize and execute the
Regulation and standards prescribed by the International Organizations in
relation to flight and air service operation, until the Manual, Requirements and
Directives pursuant to Rule 82 are farmed.
84. Inspection and Action: (1) An official authorized by the Authority may
inspect in relation to the matter that the person or organization which has
obtained the License, Rating and Certificate, provided or recognized pursuant
to these Rules, has complied or not the provisions mentioned in the Act, these
Rules, Annex and Manual and the order and direction issued pursuant to Rule
80 while performing functions mentioned in such Licensee, Rating and
Certificate.
(2) On making an inspection by the authorized official pursuant to Sub-
rule (1), shall submit a report to the Director-General.
(3) On the basis of the report submitted pursuant to Sub-rule (2), the
Director-General may issue necessary directions to the concerned Licenses,
Rating and Certificate holder and it shall the responsibility to comply with the
direction so given on the concerned Licensee and Rating and Certificate
holder.
(4) The fee or expense incurred in the process of inspection by the
authorized official on behalf of the Authority shall be borne by the concerned
organization or person.
(5) On the basis of the report made available from the inspection
pursuant to Sub-rule (2), the Director-General may make or cause to make
necessary inquiry, if necessary, and may cancel or suspend the License, Rating
and Certificate and in relation to an action to employee of the Airlines he/she



shall write to the concerned Aircraft owner or the operator for necessary
action.
(6) It shall be the duty of the concerned Aircraft owner or the operator
thereof to take action and punish to such employee, in the condition that a
written document is received pursuant to Sub-rule (5). The action taken in
such way shall be informed to the Director-General.
85. Permit shall be Taken for Providing Consultancy and General Sales
Agent Services: (1) The organization which has obtained a license pursuant to
the prevailing law, desires to operate a consultancy or General Sales Agent
Service, shall submit an application to the Director-General for such operation.
(2) Upon receiving such application pursuant to Sub-rule (1), the
Director General may provide permit, to that person or organization with or
without specifying any terms and conditions for consultancy or General Sales
Agent Service.
(3) The permit fee to be paid pursuant to Sub-rule (2) shall be as
mentioned in Schedule-1.
(4) The organization, in operation prior to the commencement of these
Rules, shall take a permit within the Six month of the commencement of these
Rules.
86. Renewal of Certificate and Application Fee: (1) The validity of License,
permit or certificate shall remain up to the period as mentioned in these Rules
and in a case not so mentioned thereof shall be valid up to end of Aashad
(about mid July) of every fiscal year. Every person or organization shall renew
the license, permit or certificate by depositing fee pursuant to this Rule, Fifteen
days earlier before the expiry date.
(2) If it is not be renewed within the period pursuant to Sub-rule (1),
the following extra late fee shall be levied on thebasis of the following time
frame:-
(a) Twenty-Five percent for the Thirty-Five days from date of
expiry.
(b) Fifty percent for within days from the date of expiry.



(c) Seventy-Five percent for within One Hundred Eighty-days
from the date of expiry.
(3) If the License, permit or certificate is not so renewed, within the time
frame pursuant to Sub-rule (2) it shall be cancelled. The procedure of these
Rules shall be followed for re-obtaining License, prmit or certificate.
87. Delegation of Power: Among the powers conferred to the Director-General
pursuant to these Rules, the Director-General may delegate some of the power
to the official subordinate to him.
88. Alteration or change in the Schedule: Authority may make alteration or
change in Schedule as required.
89. Saving: (1) All types of License, Rating and Certificate issued under Civil
Aviation Regulation, 2052 (1996) shall be considere as issued pursuant to
these Rules. These Rules shall apply in the matters herein and in other matters
Annex and Manual shall apply.
(2) The Annex and Manual, enforced before the commencement of
these Rules shall be the integral part of these Ruls.



Schedule-1
(Relating to Rule 4 (1), 5 (2), 8 (1) and (2), 9 (1) and (3), 10 (2), 12 (1), 13 (1),
18 (3), 19 (2), 21 (1), 28 (1) and (3), 30 (4) and (5), 36 (5), 37 (1), 39 (2),
42 (2), 43 (1), 45 (1) and (4), 56 (5) and 85 (3))
Fees
1. Air Service Operation Permit and Certificate (AOC):
Type of Aircraft Permit and
Certificate
Fee
Renewal
Fee
(a) For International Flight:
Up to first 5700 Kg. U.S Dollar U.S. Dollar
(1) Regular (Schedule), Non-Schedule Charter and
Freighter each. 12,500/- 2,500/-
(2) Then after per additional 10,000 Kg. 1,000/- 500/-
(b) Domestic Flight:
Up to flight 7,500 Kg. U.S Dollar U.S. Dollar
(1) Regular (Schedule), Passenger, Cargo, Non-
Schedule, Charter and including Freighter 5,000/- 2,500/-
(2) Then after per additional 10,000 Kg. 500/- 250/-
(3) General Aviation and Aviation sports (Glider,
Hang Glider, Paraglider, Balloon, Micro light and
sail plane etc. flight 1,250/- 250/-
(4) Other Agriculture Survey etc. Flight 1,250/- 250/-
(c) Additional Aircraft Fleet Half of Certificate f e

2. Aircraft Registration Fee: U.S. Dollar
(a) Aircraft or Helicopter having flight weight up to first
5700 Kg. 300/-
(b) Then after per additional 10,000 Kg. 125/-
(c) Glider, Hang Glider, Balloon, Micro-light and sail
plane
100/-




3. Registration of Aircraft Fee
(a) Aircraft or Helicopter having flight weight up to first
5700 Kg.
Half of Registration Fee

(b) Then after per additional 10,000 Kg. Half of Registration Fee
(c) Glider, Hang Glider, Balloon, Micro-light and sail
plane
Half of Registration Fee

4. Type Certificate Recognition Fee: U.S. Dollar
(a) Glider, Hang Glider, Balloon and Sail plane having
flight weight up to 5700 Kg. 625/-
(b) Type Certificate fee of more than 5700 Kg. Aircraft. 1,250/-
(c) Type certificate recognition fee pursuant Clause (b) 1,250/-
(d) Type certificate recognition fee of Glider, Hang
Glider, Balloon, Micro-light and sail plane. 625/-
5. (a) Aircraft operation by taking on lease or providing on
lease. 1,250/-
(b) Transfer of ownership and operation of leased
Aircraft 300/-
6. Aircraft De-registration: U.S. Dollar
(a) Aircraft or Helicopter having flight weight up to
5700 Kg. 300/-
(b) Aircraft or Helicopter having flight weight less than
5700 Kg. 125/-
(c) Glider, Hang Glider, Balloon and sail plane 100/-
7. Airworthiness Certificate and Renewal Fee: Certificate
fee
Renewal Fee
(a) Aircraft or Helicopter having flight weight up to
first 5700 Kg.
1,250/- Half of
Certification Fee
(b) Then after per additional 10,000 Kg. 250/- Half of
Certification Fee
(c) Glider, Hang Glider, Balloon, Micro-light and
sail plane.
100/- Half of
Certification Fee



8. Aircraft Radio, Mobile or License for other
purpose or Renewal Fee (per frequency):
Certificate
Fee
US Dollar
Renewal
Fee
US Dollar
(a) Aircraft or Helicopter having flight weight up to
first 5700 Kg. or other purpose 150/- 75/-
(b) Aircraft or Helicopter having flight weight more
than 5700 Kg. or other purpose 320/- 160/-
(c) Other purpose. 100/- 50/-
9. Certificate of Airworthiness Fee for Sending the
Aircraft Outside:

U.S. Dollar
(a) Aircraft or Helicopter having flight weight up to
first 5700 Kg. 6,25/-
(b) Then after per additional 10,000 Kg. 125/-
(c) Glider, Hang Glider, Balloon, Micro-light and
sail plane 50/-
10. Aircraft Repair and Maintenance Organization
Permit and Renewal Fee:

U.S. Dollar
Permit fee of Aircraft repair and maintenance
organization. 1,250/-
Recognition of said certificate 1,250/-
11. Permit fee to import, Store and Sale of Aircraft
and Accessories of the Aircraft:

U.S. Dollar
- Permit fee for import, store and selling of
accessories of the Aircraft 1,250/-
- Recognition of said certificate 1,250/-
12. Permit Fee for Import, Export of Aircraft and
Accessories thereof by a Foreigner or
Consultancy Service Relating to Civil Aviation:
U.S. Dollar

1,250/-
- Renewal of said permit 500/-
13. Examination Fee for Personal License and
Rating:






The examination fee of the following personal
license, rating shall be as follows:-

U.S. Dollar
(a) Each subject of Basic Examination of the Pilot 75/-
(b) Aircraft crew examination pursuant Rule 33
(each technical subject) 50/-
(c) Basic examination of Aircraft Maintenance
technician certificate (A.M.T.) (Each technical
subject) 15/-
(d) Each examination as per each category, Rating
and the nature of the use of the Aircraft and
Aircraft maintenance technical examination 25/-
(e) Other each technical examination except the
examination pursuant Clause (a), (b), (c) and
(d) 15/-
(f) Application form fee of technical examination
to be conducted by CAAN. 5/-
14. Personal License, Rating and Certificate Fee:
The fee of the following personal license, rating or certificate and renewal shall be as
follows:-
License, Rating
and Certificate
Fee
Renewal Fee
U.S. Dollar U.S. Dollar
(a) Student Pilot License, 15/- 8/-
(b) Private Pilot License, 25/- 15/-
(c) Test (Periodic), Provisional or Restrictive Pilot
License, 25/- 15/-
(d) Commercial Pilot License, 70/- 35/-
(e) Senior Commercial Pilot License, 75/- 40/-
(f) Airline Transport Pilot License, 100/- 50/-
(g) Instrument Rating, 15/- 8/-



(h) Assistant Flight Instructor Rating, 15/- 8/-
(i) Flight Instructor Rating, 25/- 15/-
(j) Glider Pilot License, 15/- 8/-
(k) Student Flight Operation License and Aircraft
Dispatcher License, 15/- 8/-
(l) Flight Operation officer or each type of
Aircraft Dispatcher License, 15/- 8/-
(m) Student Flight Engineer License, 25/- 15/-
(n) Flight Engineer License, 50/- 25/-
(o) Flight Radio Telephone Operator License, 25/- 15/-
(p) Flight Radio Operator License, 25/- 15/-
(q) Aircraft Radio Mobile License, 25/- 15/-
(r) Each frequency of Ground Radio License, 25/- 15/-
(s) Radio Navigation Operator License, 25/- 15/-
(t) Air Traffic Controller License/Rating, 10/- 5/-
(u) More than one type of Aircraft Rating for each
type of Rating, 25/- 15/-
(v) Flight Inspector Certificate, 15/- 8/-
(w) Check Pilot Examiner Certificate, 25/- 15/-
(x) Training Pilot Authority Letter, 25/- 15/-
(y) License Relating to Technical Officer, Radio,
Electrical and Mechanical Engineering,
Communication and Navigational Aid, 10/- 5/-
(z) Aircraft Maintenance Technician Certificate
(AMT) according to each category, rating and
separate according to the nature of function of
Aircraft. 25/- 15/-
(aa) Aeronautical Station Operator and Flight
Service Operator License and Rating, 10/- 5/-
(ab) Ground Radio Operator Certificate. 10/- 5/-



15. Permit and renewal fee of Flying School Operation Organization and Ground
Class Related to Various Civil Aviation Subject:
U.S. Dollar
(a) Permit fee of Flight Operation related Training
Institute.
2500/-
Renewal fee of Flight operation related Training
Institute.
500/-
(b) Consultancy or general sales agent related to Civil
Aviation activities.
250/-
(c) Permit fee to operate of Civil Aviation Ground Class
operation union and organization.
1000/-
(d) Recognition, Recommendation or license of foreign
training center or flying school.
100/-
16. Aircraft Simulator Permit Fee:
(a) For the Aircraft Simulator operation permit 625/-
(b) For the Renewal 300/-
(c) Permit or recognition of Aircraft Simulator Training. 500/-
17. Flight Permit Fee: U.S. Dollar
(a) Flight permit fee for first fifteen days of General
Aviation and Aviation Sports (Glider, Hang Glider,
Balloon, Micro-light and sail plane etc).
80/-
(b) Then after for each Additional fifteen days 25/-

Note: The Nepalese rupees shall be paid by the Air Service Operation Organization
who are permitted to pay in Nepalese rupees, selling at the exchange rate of
that day of operation as per the foreign exchange rat published by Nepal
Rastra Bank.



Schedule- 2
(Relating to Sub-rule (3) of Rule 15)
Location of the Marking in the Aircraft
1. National and registration marks shall be painted on the Aircraft or shall be
affixed thereto by any other means ensuring permanency and the marks shall
always be kept clean and clearly visible.
2. The marks shall be kept on the lower surface of the wing. As far as possible,
the marks shall be placed in the middle part in equal distance from the leading
and trailing edge of the wing. The tops of the letters shall be heading towards
the edge of the wing.
3. The marks shall be displayed either in the both side of the fuselage in between
the wing and tail of the aircraft or in the upper part of the (vertical) surface of
the tail in such a way that could be seen. When the mark has to be placed only
in the surface of the vertical part of the tail, these marks shall have to be
written or displayed in the both sides. It shall be written in the outer part of the
surface when it has to display in the upright part or the multi-vertical tail.
4. The figure and letters constituting separate group f marks shall be of equal
size.
5. The length of the marks on the wing shall be thirty centimeters (Twelve
inches).
6. The marks on the fuselage shall not be placed in a manner to cross the outer
line of the fuselage.
7. The marks located on the vertical tail surface, shall be at least five Centimeter
(two inches) distance from both sides.
The height of the marks mentioned in serial No. 6 and 7 shall not be
more than fifteen centimeter (six inches).
8. The letters shall be in capital letters in Roman script without decoration and
the figures shall be in Arabic script without decoration.
9. The width of each letter and height of the hyphen (-) shall be two-third of such
letter except the Roman letter (I) and Arabic figure (1).



10. Each letter and hyphen (-) shall be expressed in sol d lines and a color shall be
clearly contrasting to background on which they appear. The thickness of these
lines shall be one-sixth of the height of a letter.
11. Each letter shall be separated from the next letter by a space of not less than
one quarter of the width of the individual letters. The hyphen (-) shall also be
regarded as a letter for the purpose of this clause.
12. In case where the parts of the Aircraft are not similar to that of an Aeroplane as
in the helicopter, the marks mentioned in this Schedul shall be kept in an
appropriate place to be clearly visible.



Schedule-3
(Relating to Rule 82)
Manual, Requirements and Directives
1. Flight Operations Manual.
2. Air Traffic Control Manual and Requirements.
3. Flight Service Manual.
4. Communication Manual.
5. Aeronautical Information Publication.
6. Fire control and Life rescue Manual.
7. Search and Rescue Manual.
8. Air Operators Certificate Requirements (AOCR).
9. Training Manual.
10. Airport Manual.
11. Airworthiness Manual.
12. Airport Emergency Planning Manual.
13. Aeronautical Information Services Manual.
14. Air Transport Manual.
15. Aviation Security Manual.
16. Airways Engineering Manual.
17. Flight Operations Requirements (FOR).
18. Nepalese Civil Airworthiness Requirements (NCAR).
19. Flight Standard Directives.
20. Airworthiness Directives.
21. Aeronautical Circulars.
22. Notam (Notice to Airmen)



23. Flight Inspection System Directives or procedurs to be operated by the
Authority.
24. Bird control and sustainable Environment surrounding the airport Manual.
25. Flight safety inspection related Manual.
26. Airport/Helipad Manual.
27. The Manual specified by the Director-General from time to time.

Note:- Manual, requirements and directives other than security manual may be
purchased paying the cost as determined by the Director-General.