Implementing The Law On Civil Aviation

Original Language Title: , kterou se provádí zákon o civilním letectví

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108/1997 Coll.
DECREE


Ministry of Transport and Communications

Dated 23 April 1997

Implementing Act no. 49/1997 Coll., On civil aviation and amending and supplementing
Act no. 455/1991 Coll., On business
(Trade Act), as amended | ||
Change: 101/1999 Coll.

Change: 244/2003 Coll.

Change: 359/2006 Coll.

Change: 410/2006 Coll.

Change: 64/2010 Coll.

Change: 314/2010 Coll.

Change: 4/2013 Coll.

Change: 271/2014 Coll., 9/2015 Coll.

The Ministry of Transport and Communications, pursuant to § 102 para. 1 of Law no.
49/1997 Coll., On civil aviation and amending and supplementing Law no.
455/1991 Coll., On Trades (Trade Act), as amended
amended (hereinafter the "Act")

§ 1
Subject Matter


(To § 102 para. 1 of the Act)

(1) This Decree implements the relevant regulations of the European Union-17)
also follows on directly applicable European Union regulations ^ 20)
conducted in civil aviation provisions of the

A) of registry, including
Extra aircraft to check the airworthiness approval of the product
aircraft parts, aircraft ground equipment, facilities and the assignment of coded
aircraft addresses,

B) grant permission for the development, design, manufacture, installation, repair, testing and maintenance
products, parts and appliances and ground facilities
, including the expertise of individuals that this
activities engaged in,

C) technical and operational conditions of airports, their establishment and operation
eligibility

D) conditions for use of land defined in the zoning
documentation for takeoff and landing and surface characteristics that can be used to
takeoff and landing specified types of aircraft in operating
set of aviation activities,

E) particulars of the report on the airport noise situation,

F) conditions for the use of airspace Czech Republic

G) characteristics of different types of air services and activities
which is their provision

H) conditions of maintaining the database of terrain and obstacles and transfer
data into a database

I) aviation accidents and incidents, including measures to prevent and
pattern card qualified individuals in accordance with § 55c
Act

J) requirements for applications and documents to be attached to the application
for a license to operate a commercial air transport certificate
air operator's permit to operate aerial work permits
aviation activities for own use,

K) conditions for the use of sport flying equipment, including
of the application for authorization to carry out state administration in matters
sport flying equipment

L) model protocol in accordance with § 91a paragraph. 3 of the Act and report in accordance with § 91a
paragraph. 4 of the Act,

M) the extent of liability for damage caused by aircraft

N) data to be transmitted for the purpose of the survey
Ministry of Transport and the data about the number of passengers transferred
provider of groundhandling services, airport operators.

(2) Details of the implementation of the provisions of § 8 par. 3, § 9, § 10 paragraph. 4
§ 12 paragraph. 1 point. c) and paragraph. 3, § 15 para. 2, § 20 par. 3, § 22 paragraph.
2 and 9, § 26 par. 2, § 39 par. 2, § 44 para. 1, § 47 Sec. 2, § 53 paragraph
. 2, § 55. 4, § 80 paragraph. 2 and § 85 para. 3 contain provisions
(standards and guidelines) issued pursuant to Article 37 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation
, as adopted by the Czech Republic || | represented by the Ministry of transport and Communications. ^ 1)

§ 1a


Aircraft Register
[To § 4 para. 2 point. d) § 4 para. 4, § 5 para. 2 and § 5a. Act 2
]

(1) Other basic technical data of the aircraft entered in


Aircraft Register are

A) type of aircraft

B) and year of manufacture,

C) color

D) the maximum number of persons on board an aircraft in flight,

E) maximum takeoff weight.

(2) A request for a preliminary allocation of the license plate contains

A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a) of the applicant

B) the name or names and surname, date of birth and permanent residence
natural person or business name or name, or names, and

Surname, date of birth, place of business and identification number
natural person who is an entrepreneur, or the business name, registered office and
identification number of the entity that is the owner or operator of the aircraft
not while if the applicant

C) the type and serial number of aircraft

D) the anticipated date of commissioning of the aircraft into operation in the Czech Republic.

(3) The application for registration into the Aircraft Register contains

A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a) of the applicant

B) the name or names and surname, date of birth and permanent residence
natural person or business name or name, or names, and
surname, date of birth, place of business and identification number of physical || | person who is an entrepreneur, or the business name, registered office and
identification number of the entity that is the owner or operator of the aircraft
unless simultaneously the applicant

C) an indication of the nature and type of aircraft, aircraft serial number and other
basic technical data of the aircraft.

(4) The application for registration into the Aircraft Register shall be accompanied

A) a certified copy of the contract or deed on establishment or foundation
legal entity for legal entities Certificate of Incorporation or other
evidence under special legislation for self-employed individuals
certificate of incorporation or
certified copy of the relevant business authorization,

B) a certified copy of a document certifying the legal relationship to the operator
aircraft and proof of the owner's consent to enrollment
Aircraft Register, unless the owner also operates aircraft

C) proof of liability insurance for damage caused by operation
aircraft

D) where the aircraft will be operated solely for sporting and recreational purposes
, a statement of this fact,

E) in the case of import confirmation of the fact that the aircraft is not on the aircraft register
country from which the imported

F) a certified copy of the lien charges on aircraft,
if it was established.

(5) An application for registering a lien on the aircraft entered in the Aircraft Registry contains


A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a) of applicants,

B) the determination of claims for which that the lien, including
amount and maturity of receivables

C) identification of the aircraft, which establishes a lien containing
indication of the nature and type of aircraft, aircraft registration and serial number
aircraft.

(6) The application for registering a lien on the aircraft entered in the Aircraft Register
be accompanied by a copy or a certified copy of the establishment
lien on the aircraft.

(7) The transfer of ownership of the aircraft entered in the Aircraft Register is accompanied
copy or a certified copy of the document certifying the acquisition
aircraft.

(8) when changing operator of an aircraft registered in the Aircraft Register is accompanied
consent of the owner of the aircraft with the change of operator.

§ 2

Particulars of an application for approval of the product and the documents that must be attached to the application


(To § 7 para. 8 of the Act)

(1) A legal or natural person who is applying for approval of the product
submit to the Civil Aviation Authority (the "Authority") an application in which
addition to general terms ^ 1) shall

A) the type of product

B) the purpose for which the product is to be used

C) regulations and technology, according to which it will be or has been in the construction
product followed.

(2) An applicant for an application accompanied by the following documents:

A) a certified copy of the contract or deed of establishment or foundation
legal persons for legal persons the certificate of incorporation or other evidence
under special legislation for self-employed individuals
certificate of incorporation or
certified copy of the relevant business authorization,

B) documentation of compliance with regulatory requirements ^ 2)
product safety and environmental protection,

C) proof of compliance with the rules under which it was at the product design
followed, or list of rules under which the construction will
Product proceeded,

D) product specifications required for the issuance of an airworthiness certificate
eligibility

E) the decision on approval of the product issued by another state for the product

Brought into operation in the Czech Republic, including documentation
approval with the applicable amendment service

F) full documentation accompanying the product placed into operation in the Czech Republic
.

§ 3

Process for approval of the product

(To § 7 para. 8 of the Act)

(1) The Office's approval of the product to assess compliance with the requirements
product safety and environmental protection;
may require to perform technical tests with the participation of the Office or with the participation of foreign
Aviation Authority.

(2) The Office's approval of the product follows the regulations in force for the type approval
^ 3) from the date of application, depending on
territory where the product is to be operated.

§ 4

Delivery of the aircraft airworthiness review

[To § 12 para. 2 point. b) of the Act]

Aircraft operator furnishes plane to check its flight
airport eligibility requirements determined by no later than within 12 months from the date of issue
airworthiness certificate and then periodically latest
within the deadlines stipulated in the issued certificates of airworthiness.
Same time, the aircraft operator shall provide records on the operation of the aircraft, including
maintenance records of the aircraft.

§ 4a

(To § 12a Par. 7 of the Act)

Model report in accordance with § 12a para. 5 Act is shown in Annex.
9 to this Decree.

§ 5

Aircraft parts and appliances and ground facilities and essentials
application for approval of their eligibility

(To § 16 para. 1 and 2 of the Act and § 17 para. 1 of the Act)

(1) The list of parts and equipment and aircraft ground equipment,
the development, design, manufacture, testing, installation, maintenance,
repairs, modifications and structural changes may perform legal or natural person
which has to this activity by the authority, and
which can be used in civil aviation, only if it has been approved or recognized
their eligibility is provided in Annex no. 1 to this decree
.

(2) The request for approval for aircraft parts and appliances and ground facilities
applicant addition to general terms ^ 1) shall


A) the type of aircraft parts and appliances and ground facilities

B) the purpose for which they are part and appliance and aerospace ground equipment used
,

C) regulations and technology, according to which it will be or has been in the construction
parts and appliances and ground facilities followed.

(3) An applicant for an application accompanied by the following documents:

A) a certified copy of the contract or deed of establishment or foundation
legal persons for legal persons the certificate of incorporation or other evidence
under special legislation for self-employed individuals
certificate of incorporation or
certified copy of the relevant business authorization,

B) documentation of compliance with regulatory requirements ^ 2)
properties of parts and appliances and ground facilities,

C) technical data on parts and appliances, aerospace ground equipment
required for approval or recognition of eligibility
parts and equipment, aerospace ground equipment.

§ 6

Particulars of an application for authorization for the development, design, manufacture,
installation, repair, testing and maintenance of products, parts and
equipment and aircraft ground equipment

(To § 17 par. 3 of the Act)

Legal or natural person who intends to carry out the development,
design, manufacture, installation, repair, testing and maintenance products,
parts and appliances and ground facilities shall submit
Office authorization request to this activity, which in addition to the general requirements
^ 1) shall

A) the definition of the actions envisaged,

B) identification of the persons responsible for manufacturing quality control,

C) the names and qualifications of persons proposed by the applicant to the Office
delegation of supervisory

D) of the legal entity a certified copy of the contract or deed of establishment or
establishment of legal persons for legal persons registered in the Commercial Register
certificate of incorporation,

E) the decision on approval of a product or a decision on the eligibility
parts and appliances and ground facilities,


F) proposal for the organization of production, including an organization chart showing the manufacturer with
responsibility and liability bonds and designation of responsible
representatives and persons responsible for manufacturing quality control,

G) quality management system and production control

H) a description of the tests necessary to demonstrate compliance with the approved
property type

I) the list of production and accompanying technical documentation, including documentation
maintenance, repair and test the prototype list of documentation
characterizing the properties of the product, parts and appliances and ground facilities
; in charge of the production of a product,
parts and appliances and ground facilities approved type
updated list of acceptances production and accompanying documentation, description
manufacturing and testing facilities

J) a list of names and addresses of subcontractors supplying products
aircraft parts and appliances and ground facilities, which were issued by the Office
decision on approval or consent to the use of the product, parts and equipment
and ground facilities in civil aviation and
further list of subcontractors, whose products, parts and appliances
and ground facilities are subject to exercise of the professional
supervision Authority; with foreign subcontractors documents proving eligibility
delivered products, parts and appliances and ground facilities
for use in civil aviation,

K) description of the manner and forms of labeling units complying with regulations
^ 3).

§ 6a

The provisions of § 2-6 apply to legal relationships that are not regulated
directly applicable EU regulation ^ 3).

§ 7

The conditions for granting authorization

(To § 17 par. 3 of the Act)

Authority authorizes legal or natural person who has the required activity


A) production facilities and equipment, including measuring equipment,

B) production documentation

C) the organization of production and its control system,

D) quality management system

E) program management production reliability,
which will ensure compliance with technological procedures established for these purposes
international regulations. ^ 4)

§ 8

Expertise of individuals who carry out the development, design,
manufacture, installation, repair, testing or maintenance of products,
parts and appliances and ground facilities

(To § 17 par. 3 of the Act)

(1) For the function of head of the department, where he conducts development,
design, manufacture, installation, repair, testing and maintenance products
aircraft parts and appliances and ground facilities required to complete
secondary vocational education mechanical or electrical
or traffic direction or university education
mechanical or electrical engineering or traffic direction and practice
least five years in the manufacture or repair of civil aviation.
Same education and experience required for the position of deputy head of the department and as Head
for quality control.

(2) For other persons with the required training provided by the employer and
corresponding to the type of activity. Education proves indenture
in the relevant field or document on complete secondary education or vocational
document on higher education, if for a given activity
required.

§ 8a

Coded equipment

(To § 17 paragraph. 1 of the Act)

Other coded devices which can be assigned to aircraft
address (hereinafter "coded equipment") are

A) vehicles moving through the area of ​​the airport, which are determined by air
regulations

B) ground control transponder

C) devices developed or repaired,

D) other devices used for the purposes of civil or military aviation
.

§ 8b

Requirements for application for granting an aircraft address and documents to
be attached to the application

(To § 17b Sec. 6 of the Act)

(1) The application for granting an aircraft address aircraft contains

A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a) of the person who is
aircraft operator

B) an indication of the type of aircraft and its serial number.

(2) The application for granting an aircraft address sport flying equipment includes


A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a) of the person who is

Operators or pilots of sport flying equipment

B) the type of sport flying equipment and basic technical data
.

(3) The application for granting an aircraft address coded device includes

A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a) of the person who is
operator of coded equipment,

B) a description, location and basic technical data encoded device

C) the reason for requesting the allocation of an aircraft address coded devices.

(4) Request for allocation of an aircraft address shall be accompanied

A) the written consent of the owner of the aircraft or sport flying equipment or coded
device if the owner is simultaneously
operator or aircraft operator or pilot
sport flying equipment or coded equipment operator,

B) A certificate of registration of aircraft in the aircraft register or valid certificate of roadworthiness
sport flying equipment.

§ 8c

Details of keeping a list of aircraft addresses allocated

(To § 17d par. 4 Act)

(1) The list of aircraft addresses allocated consists

A) aircraft from the database of addresses and

B) a database of aircraft, sport flying equipment and coded
equipment.

(2) For each aircraft addresses except addresses allocated to the Ministry of Defense shall


A) the registration of the aircraft or sport flying equipment,

B) type of aircraft or sport flying equipment or coded
device

C) the operator or aircraft operator or pilot
sport flying equipment or coded equipment operator,

D) the owner of the aircraft or sport flying equipment or coded equipment
,

E) the date of allocation of an aircraft address

F) the date of the withdrawal of an aircraft address,

G) information on changes to the data referred to in subparagraphs a) through f).

(3) For aircraft addresses allocated to the Ministry of Defense are listed
data only pursuant to paragraph 2. e) and f).

(4) For each aircraft or sport flying equipment or coded equipment
shall

A) a valid assigned aircraft address

B) the date of allocation of an aircraft address

C) the date of the withdrawal of an aircraft address,

D) an indication of previously allocated addresses including aircraft data allocation and withdrawal
.

§ 8d


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§ 8e


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§ 8h


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§ 9

Technical and operational conditions for individual types of airports and details of
content of the application to determine the type of airport

(To § 25 par. 3 of the Act)

(1) An applicant for determination of airport type or variation of the Office
submit a written request indicating

A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a)

B) identification of the owner of the airport, unless the applicant is not himself the owner

C) designation airport and its description.

(2) The application must be accompanied

A) a certified copy of the contract or deed on establishment or foundation
legal persons for legal persons registered in the commercial register
certificate of incorporation and authorized to provide airport

B) a document certifying that the applicant is the owner of the airport, or that
has another legal relationship to the airport, and a document certifying approval
airport owner with the determination of the type of airport or amendment, unless
to be or not if the owner also operates airport,

C) an extract from the cadastre and images of the cadastral maps showing parcels
airport

D) proposal of the manner and extent of use of the airport (airport code).

(3) Technical and operational conditions for individual types of airports whose fulfillment
evidenced by the airport operator specific conditions
manner and extent of utilization of the airport, are listed in Appendix 3.

§ 9a

Particulars of a destination airport as schedules facilitated or coordinated airport


(To § 32 par. 1 of the Act)

Application for designation airport as schedules facilitated or coordinated airport contains



A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a) of the person who is
airport operator or air carrier

B) a copy of the permit to operate the airport or license to operate
commercial air transport

C) an analysis of the capacity of the airport by the directly applicable European Union
^ 4a).
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§ 10


Canceled
§ 11

Requirements for application for the allocation of slots

(To § 32 par. 3 of the Act)

Request for allocation of time includes

A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a) of the person who is
aircraft operator, or air carrier

B) type of aircraft, its registration number and seat capacity,

C) requested slot or times, days of operation, flight number,
estimated time of takeoff and landing and airport next landing and takeoff
previous,

D) the estimated number of passengers and amount of cargo anticipated,

E) the purpose of the flight.

§ 12

Particulars airport guide

(To § 34a par. 4 Act)

Airport Guide is designed according to the outline set out in Annex no. 5 to
this decree is signed by the statutory body or responsible representative
airport operator.

§ 13

Conditions for the utilization of the areas identified in the planning documentation
for takeoffs and landings

(K § 35 para. 1 of the Act)

(1) Area as defined in the planning documentation or zoning
decisions on land use for takeoffs and landings (hereinafter "
area defined for takeoffs and landings") can only be used

A) the takeoff and landing of airplanes, helicopters, aircraft with vertical takeoff and landing
and allied activities for the purpose of operating
commercial air transport

B) the takeoff and landing of airplanes, helicopters, aircraft with vertical takeoff and landing
, balloons and planes without a pilot and allied activities
in order to carry out aerial work defined in § 20 para. 1, || |
C) to operate the sightseeing flights in helicopters and balloons

D) to aviation activities for own use

E) for the purpose of recreational and sport aviation,

F) to practice taking off and landing of helicopters, aircraft with vertical takeoff and landing
, balloons and aircraft without a pilot, if this practice
part of the curriculum for training or

G) during training flights of aircraft to conduct aerial agricultural and
extinguishing work undertaken on these areas.

(2) The area demarcated for takeoffs and landings can be used for activities
referred to in paragraph 1. a) to d) only under the condition that the use of such
area is part of the license granted to operate commercial air transport
, permission to carry out aerial work permit or a
aviation activities for their own use.

(3) For the purpose of recreational and sport flying can be used
area demarcated for takeoffs and landings on condition that the pilot using this
area has a total flying at least 100 hours. If this area
conducted intense flight activity operator area if the area does not
operator, aircraft operator informed about flight operations
relevant local authority before it actually begins.
Intense flight activity is the implementation of more than 3 takeoffs and landings
one operator per week.

(4) Prior to the commencement of operations specified in paragraph 1 shall check
commander using data from the aircraft flight manual and operations manual
aviation activity, whether the area is defined
for takeoffs and landings eligible for takeoff, landing, and the
related activities and that the use of surface to air
activities in accordance with the relevant special legislation ^ 5).

(5) Takeoffs and landings can be performed only on the rules
visual flight rules specified by the competent ^ 6) and uttered when the
use areas designated for takeoffs and landings for this purpose
consent of the operator of this area. This provision does not apply to
unscheduled landing gliders, balloons and activities done in an emergency
public interest, such flights ambulances, fire-fighting.

§ 14

Characteristics surfaces defining the types of aircraft and operations, during which it is possible to
takeoff and landing use any surface

(K § 35 par. 3 of the Act)


(1) The area to the airport is not defined surface for takeoffs and landings
may be used only

A) the takeoff and landing of helicopters and related activities
for the purpose of commercial air transport operations,

B) the takeoff and landing of airplanes, helicopters, aircraft with vertical takeoff and landing
, balloons and planes without a pilot and allied activities
in order to carry out aerial work defined in § 20 para. 1, || |
C) to operate the sightseeing flights balloons

D) to aviation activities for own use

E) for the purpose of recreational and sport aviation,

F) for practicing takeoff and landing balloons and planes without a pilot if
this training part of the curriculum for training

G) during training flights of aircraft to conduct aerial agricultural and
extinguishing work carried out on these surfaces, or

H) in case of an emergency or urgent public interest, such as flights
rescue, firefighting.

(2) The area to the airport is not defined surface for takeoffs and landings
can be used for the activities referred to in paragraph 1. a) to d)
only on condition that the use of such areas is part
granted a license to operate a commercial air transport, permission to operate
aerial work permit or aviation activities for own use and
that the use of surface to air operations were written consent
owner of the area, and if the area is already
operated for aviation activities under other legislation, as well
operator surface.

(3) For the purpose of recreational and sport aviation area can be used, which is not
airport or area demarcated for takeoffs and landings, only for
condition that the use of surface to air operations has been granted in writing
consent of the owner of the area, and if the area is already operated by the
aviation activities under other laws, also the operator area and
condition that the pilot uses this area has at least 100 total flying hours
.

(4) If a surface that is not flat airport
defined for takeoff and landing, carried out an intense flight activity according to § 13 paragraph
. 3, aircraft operator or pilot informs about flight operations
relevant local authority before it actually begins.

(5) The takeoff and landing can be used only areas

A) which are outside the residential area of ​​the village,

B) who are outside the national park, protected landscape area,
national nature reserves, nature reserves, national nature
monuments and natural sites, if the use of the national park
protected landscape area, national nature reserves, nature
reserves, national natural monuments and natural sites not authorized by the competent authority
conservation ^ 7)

C) the distance from residential buildings is at least 100 m,

D) the dimensions and surface meet the requirements specified in the flight manual
aircraft and in the operating manual airline operators
activities for the takeoff and landing area should be exploited

E) which are outside the sanitary protection zones and water resources
protected areas of natural accumulation of water when the land use
sanitary protection zones of water sources and protected areas of natural water accumulation
positively commented appropriate water management Office ^ 8).

(6) landings, take-offs and related activities may be carried out only

A) day by visual flight rules identified by relevant regulations
^ 5)

B) if permitted under the special provisions ^ 5)

C) If you are not at a distance of less than 50 m from the aircraft on the ground
persons who do not participate in the operation of aircraft.

(7) The provisions of paragraph 5. a) and c) do not apply to traffic
helicopter pods during construction and assembly work and the balloon flight.
In this case, the operator of a helicopter with the pods on the implementation
construction and assembly work and informing the local authority, including
submit a proposal to ensure the safety of third parties
air traffic outsiders. The provisions of paragraph 5. a), b), c)
e) and paragraph 6 point. a) shall not apply to air operations held in
urgent public interest, for example on flights rescue services, fire
fires.

§ 14a

Particulars of the report on the airport noise situation


(To § 42b Sec. 8 of the Act)

Report on the airport noise situation contains

A) current information on airports, which are data

First capacity and airport location, size and composition of air transport and utilization
Railways

Second targets in the field of environmental

Third noise curves for the current and preceding year, including an estimate of the number of people
affected by aircraft noise and the method used to determine
curves noise

Fourth measures introduced to reduce noise from aircraft

B) the anticipated development of the airport

First planned development of the airport, including the expected increase
movement of aircraft and number of passengers, including the assessment of the benefit increase capacity
airport

Second effect of increasing the capacity of the airport on the airport noise situation,

Third forecast of noise levels at the airport, including an estimate of the number of people
likely to be affected by aircraft noise,

Fourth the estimated costs of measures to mitigate the effects of increased noise
aircraft,

C) assessment measures

First outline possible measures to reduce noise from aircraft designated ^ 8a)

Second evaluation of implementation costs and benefits of measures

Third assessment of the possible impact of the proposed measures on the environment
environment, competitiveness, airports, airlines and
people affected by aircraft noise,

Fourth reasons for selecting a particular measure,

Fifth non-technical summary,

D) assessment of the noise situation at the airport, including putting
set of noise contours and number of people affected by noise, using
at least the common noise indicators for day-evening-night (Lden) and the aggregate noise
indicators for the night (Ln) and implemented on the basis
noise maps and action plans have been processed ^ 8b).

§ 14b


Canceled
Characteristic portions of the airspace of the Czech Republic, where
may be restricted or prohibited flying conditions for the restriction or prohibition and
reservation of airspace and requirements for application for reserving

(K § 44 para. 7 of the Act)

§ 15

(1) Part of airspace, which can be due to reasons of defense
country for security reasons or for reasons of environmental
environment and human health restricted or prohibited flight activity is defined by horizontal
and vertical boundaries of the area where the
placed objects, which are found in the area or are being implemented
activities that require protection.

(2) The Authority may prohibit the use of airspace over the territory
which requires permanent or long-term protection.
Permanent or long-term conservation area requiring

A) national cultural monuments in Prague Castle ^ 9)

B) the occurrence of objects intended for the defense of the country,

C) the occurrence of objects nuclear facilities

D) the occurrence of objects with arms and chemical production
dangerous operation,

E) the occurrence of objects intended for space research,

F) specially protected areas under special legal regulations 10).

(3) The Authority may, for the time necessary to limit the use of air space over the territory
requiring protection. Require protection area,

A) which are carried out air rescue work during emergency events
^ 11) or other dangers requiring collateral security
intervening aircraft

B) for which protection will ask the Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Defence or the Ministry of Transport
in the public interest and for reasons deserving special consideration
.

(4) Office according to § 44 para. 6 of the Act, or civil-military workplace
for airspace in accordance with § 44 para. 5 point. a) and b)
Act may temporarily allocate part of the airspace
single user or category of users for activities that due
ensure security requires protection. These are the activities

A) military training

B) training of the Police of the Czech Republic,

C) manufacture and testing of aircraft

D) glider flights in which it is not possible to observe meteorological conditions
for visual flight,

E) air public appearances,

F) air competition, where the nature of the activity requires

G) airborne activity.

§ 16

(1) The request for a temporary reservation of airspace Czech Republic
according to § 44 para. 6 of the Act applicants shall submit to the Office within 60 days

Before the date on which the reservation is required.

(2) An application for a temporary reservation of airspace Czech Republic
beyond the requirements laid down by special legislation 1a) contains

A) the purpose and character of the activity for which a reservation is required

B) the duration of the reservation; date and time of commencement and completion activities
for which the reservation is required, the times stated by single
World Time

C) spatial definition reserving using geographic coordinates in
World Geodetic Reference System 1984 (WGS84) ^ 18) and accompanied by
locality of each point by aerial maps
International Civil Aviation Organization on a scale of 1 500 000

D) defining the height reserving reported in the levels used in
aviation; flight level, altitude or height above ground

E) identification of the body responsible for issuing permits to enter or
flyby dedicated space, including telecommunication,
call sign and frequency used.

(3) Attached to the application under paragraph 2 is a diagram or map entry
space required to set aside electronically.

(4) A request for a temporary reservation of airspace according to § 44 paragraph
. 5 point. a) of the Act

A) shall be submitted to civilian-military work for the airspace
space of at least seven working days before the desired reservation,

B) meets the content and formal requirements contained in the Aeronautical Information Publication
,

C) take into account existing division of airspace

D) as little as possible restricting other airspace users.

(5) A request for a temporary reservation of airspace according to § 44 paragraph
. 5 point. b) of the Act shall be submitted to civilian-military work for
airspace management in the terms and form prescribed by the Aeronautical Information Publication
.

(6) are repeating the same applicant requests that require the same or corresponding
temporary reservation of airspace
Czech Republic, and requirements that require temporary reservation of airspace
Czech Republic in more than three days in a row
succession, the extent of 24 hours counts in any of the three calendar
consecutive days, while the deadline for reserving a replacement if the requirement
listed, with the total duration counted.

(7) In the event that temporarily reserved part of the airspace of the Czech Republic
interferes with existing airspace restrictions, thus
limited space (R), temporary segregated area (TSA)
temporarily reserved area (TRA) controlled
districts and terminal control areas of civilian and military airports or fixed routes
air traffic services published in AIP
or disables any arriving or departing aircraft engine or motor
sport flying equipment to and from the airport
or on the desktop or from the area registered under § 84d paragraph. 1 Act
published in the aeronautical information and aerial map
International civil aviation organization in scale 1: 500,000 is a condition
ensure the primacy reserved by priority degrees

A) level 1, which is designed for limited space over military
instructional spaces, control zones and terminal control areas
civilian and military airports, temporarily designated areas for military training
temporarily reserved spaces for the purposes of military training
constant track of air traffic services,

B) level 2, which is designed for other restricted areas for purposes
military training

C) level 3, which is designed for the airport and for areas under § 84d
Act

D) level 4, which is designed for limited spaces other than military
users

E) level 5, which is designed for Conditional routes
air traffic services.

§ 16a

Characteristics of different types of air services and activities which
their provision

(To § 45 para. 4 of the Act)

(1) Air traffic services are designed to ensure the safety and fluidity of air traffic
. These services include
flight information services, alerting services, air traffic advisory services and air traffic control
.

(2) Aviation telecommunication service is a service designed to transfer information

For any aviation purposes. This service includes
aeronautical fixed service and aeronautical mobile service.

(3) Aeronautical Meteorological Service is designed to provide
updated meteorological information necessary to ensure
safe and smooth flight operations.

(4) Aviation Search and Rescue is designed to perform search and rescue operations
for air incidents.

(5) Aeronautical Information Service is designed to inform operators
aviation activities of aircraft and users of the facts important to allow
security and air traffic.

(6) Services preflight preparation and flight monitoring services are designed
operators and users of aviation activities of aircraft, which ensures
preparation for years.

(7) Services for airport ground handling services, which are provided


A) technical and operational aircraft handling apron,

B) of passengers and their baggage

C) clearance of cargo and mail

D) supply aircraft galley food and beverage

E) the handling of aviation fuel and oil;
Individual services at the airport ground handling
are listed in Annex 4.

(8) Service formation flight procedures is intended for creation, validation and updating of procedures
Instrument Flight. Procedures for flights by
devices include:

A) the instrument approach

B) standard instrument arrival,

C) standard instrument departure,

D) en route.

§ 16b

Particulars of an application for consent to the provision of services at
airport ground handling

(To § 49c par. 2 Act)

Applicant for approval to provide ground handling services at the airport
Office shall submit a written request, which shall specify:

A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a)

B) the name or names, surname, permanent address, date of birth
natural person or persons who are the statutory body or its members
; if its statutory body or a member of a legal person
also the name, surname and residence of persons who are its statutory
body or its member,

C) the name of the airport, which envisages the provision of services at
check-in process, type and scope of activities with regard to technical
means of the applicant, type of aircraft handled,

D) proposal anticipated operating time and date of the proposed commencement
provision of ground handling services at the airport.

§ 16c

Details on how to demonstrate financial security
provision of ground handling services at the airport

(To § 49c par. 2 Act)

Financial service provision of ground handling at the airport
demonstrates the applicant for consent in these ways, and documents:

A) net business assets in case of a natural person or a self
capital, in the case of a legal person, as well
business plan for the first two years of operation of ground handling services at the airport, | ||
B) a detailed budget for annual accounting periods in which the costs and revenues
must be listed separately from the other activities of the applicant by
generic division of ground handling at the airport

C) the financial statements for the previous year, or
latest financial statements audited, including its complete annex, including
statement of cash flows.

§ 16d

Particulars of a consent to service provision at
airport ground handling

(To § 49c par. 2 Act)

Office in its decision to grant consent for the provision of services at
airport ground handling stating:

A) the name of the airport, where services will be provided at check-in process
airport,

B) information pursuant to special legislation 1a)

C) the date from which the services will be in the ground handling services provided
,

D) the period of validity of the consent

E) determining the kind of service in ground handling services, which will provide
holder,

F) the extent provided ground handling services at the airport,

G) type of aircraft handled.

§ 16e

Specification for their safety

(To § 49f Par. 2 of the Act)

Ensure safety means:


A) threat to the fulfillment of obligations arising from international treaties ^ 11) or


B) a threat or a crisis situation affecting the security interests
Czech Republic.

§ 16f

Definition reason operational overloading airport

(To § 49g Par. 2 of the Act)

This operational overloading airport means:

A) the full application of the design capacity of the airport as an annual, so
hour maximum current providers of ground handling services at the airport
process for foreign supplies,

B) full occupancy space intended for the construction of adequate facilities
another service provider of ground handling at the airport
(office, living room, etc.)

C) the impossibility of further increasing the intensity of traffic on apron
surface due to the disproportionate increase in the risk of accidents or
increase delays upon arrival to the aircraft

D) full occupancy space for parking
mechanical equipment required for aircraft handling,

E) no distribution or duplication of airport facilities and the related
providing services such as baggage sorting,
icing, water purification, handling, fuel and
security checks in connection with their complexity , the amount
financial costs or environmental impact.

Databases of terrain and obstacles

(K § 51a paragraph. 11 of the Act)

§ 16 g
Heading left


(1) The data base of terrain and obstacles, which is administered by the Ministry of Transport
or person in charge of database (hereinafter
"database administrator") are stored data transmitted by the Ministry of Defence
and the airport operator acceptance qualifying instrument flight
(hereinafter referred to as "data providers").

(2) Database on terrain and obstacles consists of

A) the Terrain Data Base, which may not include obstacles and
which includes digital data files depicting the terrain surface in the form
continuous elevation values ​​at all points in the network
defined relative to the horizontal and vertical reference system,

B) database of obstacles, which includes digital data files
describing each fixed and mobile object or part

First if such an object or part of an area designated for land
aircraft movements,

Second If such strikes an object or part of the area designated for protection
aircraft in flight or

Third if such an object or part outside the areas designated for protection
aircraft in flight, but the compromise air safety.

(3) Each point networks and obstacles are described in the scope of data
listed in Annex no. 14 hereto.

(4) The whole territory of the Czech Republic to transmit data about the terrain and obstacles data
whose height above the ground exceeds 100 m.
Data shall be transmitted to the extent that is listed in the Annex. 14 with the frequency and characteristics
which are listed in Annex no. 15 hereto.

(5) Data on obstacles to be transmitted from the territory

A) adoption of airports eligible under instrument flight
defined rectangle with a width of 255 m on each side of the axis of the takeoff and landing paths, and
belt length runway and clearway, where
established, if their height exceeds 3 m

B) a circular shape with a radius of 45 km from the aerodrome reference point
qualified acceptance flight instruction in a range, which is given in Annex
no. 14, with the frequency and characteristics that are listed in the Annex | || no. 15 of this Decree.

(6) terrain data to be transmitted from the territory

A) adoption of airports eligible under instrument flight,

B) a circular shape with a radius of 45 km from the aerodrome reference point
eligible adoption of the instrument flight, with the exception of the territory by
letter a)

Within the range that is specified in Annex no. 14, with the frequency and characteristics
which are listed in Annex no. 15 hereto.

(7) of the territory defined in Subsection 4. b) or paragraph 5
point. b), which is banned air traffic because of the high terrain or obstacles
, or which contains other local restrictions referred to in
AIP data transmission can be obstacles and terrain
carried out with the approval of the Authority pursuant to paragraph 3rd


(8) From the airport grounds eligible adoption under instrument flight
rectangle defined by a width of 60 m on each side of the axis
takeoff and landing runway length and 900 m from the runway threshold measured along the extended runway center line
upstream land approved for precision approach II. or III.
Category, or where the airport operator requires detailed information about
terrain and obstacles, to pass information on terrain and obstacles in
range, which is given in Annex no. 14, with the frequency and characteristics
which are listed in Annex no. 15 hereto. In the event that the
distance greater than 900 m from the runway threshold is mountainous terrain or other
to ensure air traffic safety significant obstacles
length of the area to be extended to a maximum at 2000 m. | ||
§ 16h

(K § 51a paragraph. 11 of the Act)

(1) The data stored in the database are kept in digital form and are
processed in the World Geodetic Reference System 1984 (WGS84) and
Baltic vertical system - after leveling (BPV) ^ 18). Data on the field are
kept in the format specified standards of ISO 19100 and data
obstacles in the international format for the exchange of aeronautical information
(aixm).

(2) The database administrator maintains and continuously updates the data stored in the database
in accordance with amendments received from data providers.

(3) A legal person applying for authorization under § 51a par. 2 Act to request proves


A) authorization for the provision of aeronautical information services,

B) a certificate issued by the directly applicable European Union
^ 19)

C) quality management system certificate ISO 9001

D) draft internal regulations, which include procedures for maintaining the database
and procedures for the regular training of employees in charge of keeping
database in the art,

E) draft internal regulations, which will describe
providing backup and archiving of data availability and protection from change, damage,
destruction, loss or theft, and

F) draft internal regulations laying down
set access rights and obligations of users and database administrators, and procedures that
is used by the security breach database.

(4) The Ministry of Defense transmits database administrators to technical support data


A) data according to § 16 g paragraph. 3 digitally processed in the World
geodetic reference System 1984 (WGS84) and vertical system
Baltic - after settlement (BPV) ^ 18) in the scope and format of
which is procured for carrying out the tasks of national defense, and the frequency and characteristics
which are listed in Annex no. 15 hereto,

B) the basic state map series, thematic state map series, other
cartographic works or parts produced by the Ministry of Defence for
fulfillment of the tasks of national defense, and only to the extent

First needed to manage the database and ensure uniform
creation of maps published in the Aeronautical Information and

Second specified by the contract between the Ministry of Defense and the administrator
database for creating aerial maps of the International Civil Aviation
1: 500 000.

(5) The Ministry of Defense transmits database administrators to technical support data


A) information on the obstacles whose height above the ground exceeds 60 m from the territory
defined under § 16 g paragraph. 4 point. b)

B) data on the terrain of the area defined by § 16 g paragraph. 5 point. b)

Digitally processed in the World geodetic reference
System 1984 (WGS84) and a height of Baltic - after leveling
(BPV) ^ 18) in the scope and format in which it takes to perform tasks
national defense, and frequency characteristics as listed in Annex
no. 15 hereto. Such data Ministry of Defence passes,
only if it is possible.

(6) An airport operator acceptance eligible under instrument flight passes
database administrators on a data carrier

A) data according to § 16 g paragraph. 4 point. a) and. 5 point. a) the form and format
under paragraph 1

B) information pursuant to paragraph § 16 g. 7 in the form and format under paragraph 1 if
from this area are buying.

(7) Aeronautical Information Publication shall be published in paper form
information on obstacles according to § 16 g paragraph. 3 and digital data according to § 16 g
paragraph. 5 point. b).

§ 16i


Categories of reportable events and data that are contained in the report


(To § 55d para. 5 Act)

Categories of reportable events and data that are contained in the report
defined in Annex no. 7 to this Decree.

§ 16j


Canceled
§ 16k
Heading left


(To § 55a para. 5 Act)

Pattern Card Data Institute is set out in Annex.
8 to this Decree.

§ 16 l

Specimen of the certificate qualified individuals in accordance with § 55c of the Act

(To § 55c para. 5 Act)

Specimen of the certificate qualified individuals in accordance with § 55c of the Act is
stipulated in Annex no. 16 hereto.

§ 16 meters


Canceled
§ 17

Particulars of license applications and the documents to be attached to the application prove


(To § 58 para. 2 of the Act)

(1) An application for a license contains

A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a)

B) the identity of the planned transport

C) the number and types of aircraft, which is to be air service is operated.

(2) An application for a license shall be accompanied

A) a certified copy of the contract or deed on establishment or foundation
legal persons by legal or natural persons registered in the commercial register
Certificate of Incorporation,

B) an extract from the Criminal Records not more than 3 months
, individuals or all individuals who are
statutory body of the applicant or members of the statutory body, and
responsible representative, if it has appointed; in the case of foreigners and similar documents
state of which the alien is a citizen and the state in which the foreigner
stayed in the last 2 years for a period longer than six months
,

C) document proving professional competence stating
during the previous five years of professional experience in civil aviation

D) a document proving financial security and others with
relevant documents by the directly applicable European Union
^ 11c)

E) the preliminary draft timetable and transport conditions,

F) a valid certificate issued by the air carrier,

G) a document proving ownership or lease of the aircraft.

§ 18

Particulars of the application for the issuance of an air operator certificate

(To § 67 para. 4 of the Act)

(1) An application for an AOC serves domestic air carrier
Office in writing. In its request, the domestic air carrier shall


A) the type of commercial air transport,

B) the type and registration mark of aircraft which will be operated
commercial air transport

C) a list of the members of the flight crew, which will be provided
commercial air transport,

D) identification of the basic airport or other areas from which will be carried
commercial air transport and where it will be performed
protection and maintenance of aircraft operated

E) method of securing an aircraft maintenance

F) the anticipated geographic area of ​​the commercial air transport
.

(2) An application for a domestic air carrier proves

A) evidence of ensuring the safety of commercial air transport operations
security,

B) the proposed organizational structure of the air carrier
indicating the names of those responsible for the operation and maintenance of aircraft,

C) proposal of the management system of commercial air transport,

D) proof of liability insurance for damage caused by operation
aircraft and proof of payment of premiums in the amount corresponding to the extent
commercial air transport

E) the design of a system providing powerful training pilots and cabin crew
,

F) proposes a system ensuring the required quality and safety of air traffic
that the responsible individual,

G) designs training programs for training and refresher training
flying and technical personnel

H) the operations manual.

§ 18a


Canceled
§ 19


Canceled
§ 20

Types of aerial work, technical and operational conditions of their operation

(To § 74 para. 3 of the Act)

(1) aerial work are aviation activity involving the use of aircraft
as a working machine for business purposes

A) to air works in agriculture,

B) to extinguish fires,

C) air works in forestry and environmental
environment


D) to aviation works in construction,

E) to scatter leaflets

F) lifts gliders

G) to the lifts of advertising banners,

H) to control, measuring, observation and patrol flights,

I) to conduct aerial photography,

J) the airborne flights,

K) to years of search and rescue.

(2) The condition for the operation of aerial work

A) aircraft whose technical parameters correspond to the type of aviation
activities and related technical equipment handler,

B) organizational structure of aerial work operator
ensure their safe operation,

C) operational manual containing useful types of aircraft, flying
rules and procedures for individual aerial work and maintenance manual
aircraft.

§ 21

Particulars of an application for a permit to undertake aerial work

(To § 74 para. 3 of the Act)

(1) The applicant for the operation of aerial work of the Office shall submit a written
request for authorization to carry out aerial work, identifying

A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a)

B) the type of aerial work,

C) aircraft types which are to be operated aerial work, and their
license plate

D) a list of the members of the flight crew, which will
provided aerial work

E) identification of the basic airport from which they operate air
work will be carried out and where security, parking and maintenance of aircraft operated
,

F) method of securing an aircraft maintenance

G) the anticipated geographic area of ​​the operation of air
work.

(2) The application must be accompanied by the following documents:

A) a certified copy of the contract or deed on establishment or foundation
legal persons for legal persons registered in the commercial register
Certificate of Incorporation,

B) the certificate of registration of aircraft operated

C) evidence of the last airworthiness review
operated aircraft

D) licenses of aviation personnel,

E) proof of ensuring the safe operation of aerial work before
unlawful acts

F) the proposed organizational structure airline operators work with
indicating the names of those responsible for the operation and maintenance of aircraft,

G) proof of liability insurance for damage caused by operation
aircraft and proof of payment of premiums in the amount corresponding to the extent
aerial work,

H) a statement of the airport operator

I) directive for various types of aerial work,

J) Operating Guide and aircraft maintenance.

§ 22

Requirements for the decision to issue a permit for the operation of aerial work

(To § 74 para. 3 of the Act)

Office in its decision to issue a permit to undertake aerial work shall

A) identification of aerial work operator,

B) types of aerial work,

C) license plates and types of aircraft operated

D) flight rules for aerial work,

E) the geographical area of ​​operation of aerial work,

F) the date of commencement of the aerial work,

G) the period for which the authorization is granted,

H) specific conditions for the operation of aerial work.

§ 23

Particulars of an application for a permit to aviation activities for own use


(To § 76 par. 3 of the Act)

(1) The applicant for the operation of air activities for their own use
Office shall submit a written request indicating

A) information pursuant to special legislation 1a)

B) the types of aviation activities,

C) aircraft types which are to be operated aviation activities, and their
license plate

D) a list of the members of the flight crew, which will be provided
aviation activities

E) identification of the basic airport from which they operate air
work and where it will be implemented security, parking and maintenance of aircraft operated
,

F) method of securing an aircraft maintenance

G) the anticipated geographic area of ​​the operation of air
activities.

(2) The application must be accompanied by the following documents:

A) a certified copy of the contract or deed on establishment or foundation
legal persons for legal persons registered in the commercial register or other
extract from the register, not older than 1 month


B) the certificate of registration of aircraft operated in the Aircraft Register

C) evidence of the last airworthiness review
operated aircraft

D) licenses of aviation personnel,

E) proof of ensuring the safety of the operation of air operations before
unlawful acts

F) specifying the names of the persons responsible for the operation and maintenance of aircraft,

G) proof of liability insurance for damages from the operation of aircraft
amount corresponding range of aviation activities,

H) a statement of the airport operator

I) directive for various types of aviation activities.

§ 24

Definition kinds of sport flying equipment

(To § 81 paragraph. 8 of the Act)

(1) sports flying devices are

A) paraglider,

B) hang glider

C) ultralight glider

D) motorized ultralight glider,

E) ultralight aircraft

F) motorized paraglider,

G) engine gyroplane,

H) motorless gyroplane,

I) ultralight helicopter

J) sports parachute.

(2) A paraglider is a motorless aircraft heavier than air, which is
designed for a maximum of two people and the takeoff is performed
start of the pilot, aero tow or winch and whose character
bearing surface is determined by the rigid structure .

(3) non-motorized hang glider plane is heavier than air, which is
designed for a maximum of two people whose takeoff is performed
start of the pilot, aero tow or winch, which is controlled by varying
cg pilot with additional aerodynamic control
around one axis. The maximum weight of the empty glider without clamping
device must not exceed 40 kg.

(4) ultralight glider is one- or two-seater glider driven
aerodynamic devices whose stall speed not exceeding 65 km / h
maximum takeoff weight of 250 kg in the case of single
ultralight glider, or 400 kg, in the case of a two-seat glider.

(5) ultralight aircraft is an airplane designed for a maximum of two persons whose
stalling speed if it is controlled by

A) moving the center of gravity of the pilot, does not exceed 65 km / h
maximum takeoff weight exceeding 450 kg,

B) aerodynamic devices, does not exceed 65 km / h
maximum takeoff weight does not exceed 450 kg or

C) aerodynamic devices, does not exceed 75 km / h minimum
useful load of 250 kg maximum takeoff weight, which
does not exceed 600 kg, while the aircraft was largely built without
business goals amateur builder or a legal entity associating
amateur builders.

(6) Motor paraglider microlight

A) with auxiliary engine on the back of the pilot, which is designed as a single
, with a maximum takeoff weight of 170 kg or
as a two-seater with a maximum take-off weight of 270 kg, and which allows
takeoff and landing of the pilot's legs, or

B) drive mounted on the chassis, which is designed for maximum
two people, with a maximum takeoff weight of 350 kg.

(7) Motor gyroplane is an aircraft with rotating airfoils reported
moving forward motion resulting autorotation motor
exerted a force that is not directly transmitted to the rotorcraft, which is
designed for a maximum of two people with a maximum take-off weight of 450 kg
with two-seater and 300 kg for a one. These parameters
apply mutatis mutandis to unpowered gyroplane.

(8) ultra-light helicopter is an aircraft with powered rotating bearing surfaces
which is designed for a maximum of 2 persons, with a maximum
takeoff weight of 450 kg to 300 kg two-seater with a one.

(9) Sports parachute is a device used for the declining years of a person
plane to the surface.

(10) Engine is ultralight glider ultralight glider equipped
drive unit, which is the maximum two-seater, the stalling speed
idle power unit not exceeding 65 km / h, maximum takeoff
weight not exceeding 300 kg in one-and two-seater with 450 kg.

(11) Maximum takeoff weight of sport flying equipment
can be exceeded only by the weight of the integrated rescue system in case
its development.

§ 25

Requirements for application for authorization to carry out state administration in matters of sport flying equipment



(To § 82 para. 6 of the Act)

(1) An applicant for authorization to carry out state administration in matters
sport flying equipment specified in the request information pursuant to special legislation
^ 1) and the application proves

A) a certified copy of the contract or deed of establishment or foundation
legal persons for legal persons registered in the commercial register
certificate of incorporation,

B) an extract from the Criminal Records not more than 3 months
, all individuals authorized for legal entity to act.

(2) The applicant must also submit an operational and technical regulations governing

A) organization of the activities envisaged in the administration of sports
flying equipment

B) requirements for the construction, manufacturing, maintenance and repair procedures and methods of keeping records
manufacturing, construction, service and exercising supervision over the construction
individual types of sport flying equipment

C) requirements for legal and natural persons who operate businesses in the form
production of sport flying equipment and associated
other products, parts and appliances, repairs
sport flying equipment and their maintenance, || |
D) procedures for checking the airworthiness of sport flying
device

E) the procedures for keeping the register of sport flying equipment

F) requirements for legal and natural persons operating centers
training pilots of the individual types of sport flying equipment

G) training curriculum and procedures for the qualification of the pilot and other
qualifications for individual types of sport flying equipment

H) the procedures and conditions for the selection and approval of areas for takeoffs and landings
sport flying equipment

I) the conditions for approving the implementation of test flights
sport flying equipment

J) the conditions for approval of organizing public air exhibitions
sport flying equipment and aeronautical sport competitions
flying equipment

K) procedures and qualifications for appointment
control technicians, inspectors, technicians and inspectors traffic

L) the procedures and conditions for the recognition of qualifications
rescue systems for different kinds of sport flying equipment

M) procedures for checking the set-board radar transponder secondary
^ 4a) including výškoměrného system

N) conditions for the implementation of the suspension of flights and paragliding with
passenger and sport parachute jumps with a passenger.

§ 26

Data to be entered in the register of sport flying equipment, data
to be made public, and the means of identification of sport flying equipment


(To § 84b Sec. 3 of the Act)

(1) The Register of sport flying equipment shall contain the following information
:

A) the type of sport flying equipment

B) the type or name,

C) the manufacturer or builder,

D) An owner

E) An operator

F) technical specifications laid down by operating regulations

G) registration number,

H) serial number, if assigned,

I) the year of manufacture,

J) the date of registration of sport flying equipment.

(2) The register of sport flying equipment can publish this information
:

A) the type of sport flying equipment

B) license plate

C) serial number, if assigned,

D) the type or name,

E) the year of manufacture,

F) the name or names and surname of the operator, who is a natural
person or company or name of the operator who
legal entity.

(3) Sport flying equipment shall bear a label on which
must be indelibly with the information specified
operating regulations.

§ 27


Canceled Heading left


§ 28

Requirements for application for issuance of a pilot's license, documents that must accompany the application
conditions initiation of practical training and
separate flights, the method of determining qualifications for issuance
pilot's license and method of determining the qualifying conditions for persons
carrying out theoretical instruction and practical training

(To § 84c paragraph. 8 of the Act)

(1) An applicant for a pilot license application shall be accompanied
medical certificate of medical fitness.


(2) The minimum age for initiation of practical training to become
pilot's license is 15 years with the fact that 18 years can such training
commence only with the written consent of his legal representatives. Individual
flights motor sport flying equipment may be
performed after the age of 16 years.

§ 29

Tests for the qualification flight instructor with sports
flying devices must include

A) practical exam as aviation instructor

B) theory test,

C) demonstration of theoretical lessons to obtain a pilot's license with the appropriate qualifications
.

§ 29a


Canceled
§ 29b

(K § 91a paragraph. 11 of the Act)

Model report pursuant to § 91a paragraph. 3 of the Act and report templates according to § 91a paragraph
. 4 of the Act is shown in Annex no. 10 hereto.

§ 30


Canceled
§ 31

Extent and conditions on liability insurance for damage caused by aircraft


(To § 98 par. 2 Act)

(1) The minimum sum insured, which must be arranged
liability insurance for damage caused by the operation of the aircraft, ie.
Limit the performance amounts

A) 1 000 000 CZK for non-motorized aircraft,

B) 2 000 000 CZK for other aircraft to a maximum takeoff weight of 200 kg
1,

C) 3,000,000 CZK aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight of more than 1
200 kg to 2000 kg,

D) 6,000,000 CZK aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight of 2,000 kg to 5,700 kg
,

E) 100 000 000 CZK for aircraft with a maximum take-off weight of 5,700 kg
to 14 000 kg

F) 200 000 000 CZK for aircraft with a maximum take-off mass exceeding 14,000 kg
.

(2) In addition to the insurance provided for in paragraph 1 shall be negotiated and
liability insurance for damage caused by aircraft with a limit
fulfillment of a minimum of 700 000 CZK for every seat on the aircraft operator
designed for the transport of persons other before the crew of the aircraft, including
sightseeing flights.

(3) The minimum sum insured, which must be arranged
liability insurance for damage caused by
sport flying equipment, ie. Benefit limit, makes

A) CZK 100 000 to a maximum takeoff weight of 150 kg, including
sport parachute,

B) CZK 500 000 to a maximum takeoff weight of 300 kg

C) CZK 1 000 000 to a maximum takeoff weight of 450 kg.

(4) The extent and conditions on liability insurance for damage caused
operation of an aircraft under paragraphs 1 to 3 apply unless directly applicable regulation
EU-13a) otherwise.

(5) In the event that the aircraft with a maximum take-off weight of 2,700 kg
or less covered by the law is directly applicable regulation
EU-13a) used for non-commercial purposes, is the limit of insurance | || performance in relation to passengers at least 100 000 special drawing rights
as defined by the International Monetary Fund per passenger.

§ 31a

The data transmitted for the purpose of the survey

(To § 98a paragraph. 3 of the Act)

List of data transmitted for the purpose of the survey
Transport Ministry data list of passengers handled transmitted
provider of groundhandling services, airport operators and their
structure laid down in Annex no. 18 hereto.

§ 32


Transitional provisions
Legal or natural person in whose favor was declared a ban or restriction
aviation activities in the aerospace, ask later in
period of two years from the effective date of this decree on the promulgation
ban or restrictions on air operations airspace
under this ordinance. Requests If a legal or natural person to declare
prohibition or restriction within the prescribed period, the existing prohibition or restriction
air operations in the airspace expires.

§ 33
Efficiency


This Decree shall take effect on the date of publication.
Minister
:

Ing. Roman vr
Appendix 1

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A.

PARTS AND APPLIANCES AND AIR GROUND FACILITIES WHICH MAY BE
use in civil aviation, only if it was approved by the Office
OR APPRECIATE THEIR ELIGIBILITY FOR USE IN CIVIL AVIATION

First Parts and appliances for which the Office approved or accepted norms
minimum performance required as a basis for their approval

Eligibility for universal destination of use (ie. Their use is not restricted to a specific
approved type of aircraft or its components) ,:

1.1 devices for flight control: pressure altimeter, radio altimeter, airspeed
, Machmeter, variometers relative inclinometers, the turn,
accelerometers, artificial horizon, directional gyros

1.2 devices for controlling power units: manometers, thermometers, fuel gauges
, spotřeboměry, tachometers

1.3 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU)

1.4 automatic and semi-automatic control: pilots, command systems


1.5 communication equipment: VHF and HF radios onboard systems
SELCAL switchbox of audio, amplifiers, microphones, headsets
sets, recorders, voices in the cockpit, acoustic devices for locating underwater
|| |
1.6 navigation equipment, magnetic compasses, Radio compasses, VHF navigation receiver
VOR and ILS LOC / GS, the receiver signal line side signals,
multipurpose electronic displays, receiver satellite navigation system GPS
systems RNAV , collision avoidance systems (TCAS)
SSR, distance measuring equipment (DME), on-board clock, weather radar systems


1.7 emergency equipment: life jackets, emergency chutes
lifeboats, oxygen masks for passengers of a breathing
equipment (PBE), emergency location transmitter (ELT), evacuation slides

1.8 indicating and recording devices: a flight data recorder, the device
stall warning

1.9 light aircraft: positional, anti-collision

1.10 Interiors: Seats, berths, safety belts, shoulder harnesses
, containers, pallets and nets

1.11 electrical system: alternators, dynamos, starter, air
batteries, static converters

1.12 Landing gear system: wheels with brakes, tires, skis, floats


1.13 air-conditioning system: combustion burners

1.14 Fire system: smoke detectors and fire extinguishers, portable devices


1.15 fuel system: hoses, filters

1.16 oxygen system: the crew oxygen masks, oxygen regulators

Second Aircraft parts and equipment approved for use with specific
type of aircraft or its components that will be or can be produced
as replacement or modification parts for installation on a type-approved
aircraft or its parts, and whose eligibility is verified in
within these systems:

2.1 Fuel

2.2 electrical system

2.3 hydraulic system

2.4 conditioning system

2.5 control system

2.6 deicing system

2.7 Oxygen system

2.8 pneumatic system
2.9
water and sewer system

2.10 cabin lighting system

2.11 indicating and recording system

2.12 airframe system

2.13 powertrain system

2.14 oil system

2.15 Landing gear system

Third Ground facilities

Lighting equipment 3.1

3.1.1 aerodrome lighting ground lights and their supporting structures

3.1.2 aviation beacons and their supporting structures

3.2 system components lighting equipment

Power Supply 3.2.1

3.2.2 serial cables divorce
3.2.3 Isolation Transformers


Control device 3.2.4


3.2.5 Monitoring System
3.3 Ground electronic security equipment


3.3.1 Radiocommunication
Radio navigation 3.3.2
3.3.3 radar

3.3.4 Meteorological


3.3.5 computer equipment for flight control

3.3.6 device for monitoring and controlling the movement on the ground
3.3.7
recording, monitoring and control equipment

3.3.8 data transmission systems

3.3.9 power source for backup power

3 March 10 technical means workplaces for air traffic control

3.4 terrestrial devices for the diagnosis and evaluation of aircraft capability


3.5 energy sources for aircraft (electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic)

3.6 devices designed for transporting goods on board an aircraft

3.7 airline trainers and simulators

3.8 devices for the measurement and evaluation of braking effect on the motion landsides


B.

PARTS AND appliances and ground facilities, whose development,

DESIGN, PRODUCTION, TESTING, installation, maintenance, repairs, modifications and design changes
MAY MAKE legal or natural person that has
authorized for this activity

Aircraft parts and appliances and ground facilities from Part A.
and other parts and devices forming the basic components of the aircraft or its components
whose eligibility is approved within
approval of the aircraft or its part ,:

1.1 torso

Wing 1.2

1.3 tail

1.4 nacelles and pylons

1.5 rudder control system

1.6 mechanization wings

1.7 landing gear

1.8 motor housing

1.9 reducer engine helicopter

1.10 wardrobe drives

1.11 compressor engine

1.12 turbine engine

1.13 crank mechanism of the engine

1.14 propeller blade

1.15 propeller hub

1.16 Propeller control system

1.17 hot engine parts

1.18 baskets and hanging balloons

1.19 airship gondola

1.20 heating equipment and fuel bottle hot-air balloons and airships

Appendix 2



Canceled Appendix 3


TECHNICAL AND OPERATING CONDITIONS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF AIRPORTS

A.
Private domestic airport


Operating time is not determined. Use of the airport is authorized
specified group of users. Other users can use the airport only
consent of the operator, who can determine the minimum period for submitting a request
but not more than 24 hours before the scheduled flight
. In requested and approved operating time is required to ensure that the airport operator
:

First airport air traffic control service or aerodrome flight information service
in the Czech language and ambulance friend
traffic at the airport and the airport's operational zone (ATZ), or the provision of information to a friend
traffic at the airport and its airport
Traffic zone (ATZ) in another way in the Czech language,

Second telephone connection with the workplace ATC at the nearest airport (
civilian or military)

Third telephone connection to aviation weather services,

Fourth Staff room for navigation training aircraft crews equipped
AIP aviation circulars, ICAO aviation map
(scale 1: 500, 000) accessible phone dialing for the Czech Republic and
sanitation.

B.

Public domestic airport

Hours must be determined and published by air
Information Service and must meet the following requirements: between 15 4 to 15
10th at least seven hours on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays outside these days and published
time on request. The airport operator may determine
minimum period for the submission of the request, but not more than 24 hours before the scheduled time of flight
. The operating hours (published or requested)
is obliged to ensure that the airport operator:

First airport air traffic control service or aerodrome flight information service
in the Czech language and ambulance friend
traffic at the airport and the airport's operational zone (ATZ), or the provision of information to a friend
traffic at the airport and its airport
Traffic zone (ATZ) in another way in the Czech language,

Second telephone connection with the workplace ATC at the nearest airport (
civilian or military)

Third telephone connection to aviation weather services,

Fourth Staff room for navigation training aircraft crews equipped
Aeronautical Information Publication of the Czech Republic, aviation circulars and ICAO aviation map
(scale 1: 500 000)

Fifth publicly accessible space for passengers and crew

6th public sanitation facilities,

7th public telephone with the territory of the Czech Republic,

8th publicly accessible parking cars

9th aircraft fueling air, fuel and oil,

10th providing funds for current treatment of aircraft (at least for washing
glasses, inflate tires)

11th aircraft parking at a designated place, including providing the means for anchoring
aircraft

12th facilitation of other on-demand services (food, accommodation, transportation
necessary, medical assistance, etc.)

13th information about nearby airports, providing a greater range of services
(aviation fuel, oil and other operating services, aircraft repair
etc.).

C.

Private international airport


Operating time is not determined. Use of the airport is authorized
specified group of users. Other users can use the airport only
consent of the operator, who can determine the minimum period for submitting a request
but not more than 24 hours before the scheduled flight
. In requested and approved operating time is required to ensure that the airport operator
:

First airport air traffic control service or aerodrome flight information service
in Czech and English and emergency service
friend of airport traffic and its airport operation zone (ATZ), or provide information to a friend
traffic at the airport and in
airport's operational zone (ATZ) in another way in Czech and English

Second in the case of international airports with the external border
under a special legal regulation 14) customs and immigration clearance in the area to
specified,

Third telephone connection enabling to establish communication with the flight information center
Prague (FIC) and aeronautical meteorological service in less than 10 minutes
,

Fourth Staff room for navigation training aircraft crews equipped
Aeronautical Information Publication of the Czech Republic, aviation circulars, aerial map
ICAO (scale 1: 500 000), telephone with international dialing and
sanitation.

D.

Public international airport

Hours must be determined and published by air
Information Service and must meet the following requirements: between 15 4 to 15
10th at least 7 hours a day, minimum operating time in the end
16.00 pm local time. During other periods on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays
outside these days and published time on request.
Airport operator may establish a minimum period for the submission of the request, but not
more than 48 hours before the scheduled flight. The operating time
(published or requested) shall ensure that the airport operator:

First airport air traffic control service or aerodrome flight information service
in Czech and English and emergency service
friend of airport traffic and its airport operation zone (ATZ), or provide information to a friend
traffic at the airport and in
airport's operational zone (ATZ) in another way in Czech and English

Second in the case of international airports with the external border
under a special legal regulation 14) customs and immigration clearance in the area to
specified,

Third telephone connection which links with the flight information center
Prague (FIC) and aeronautical meteorological service in less than 10 minutes
,

Fourth Staff room for navigation training aircraft crews equipped
Aeronautical Information Publication of the Czech Republic, aviation circulars, aerial map
ICAO (scale 1: 500 000)

Fifth publicly accessible space for passengers and crew

6th public sanitation facilities,

7th public telephone with international dialing,

8th publicly accessible parking cars

9th aircraft fueling air, fuel and oil,

10th equipment for the provision of pre-flight treatment of aircraft

11th hangar or at least parking and surveillance aircraft at a designated spot
, including means for anchoring aircraft

12th accommodation or at least the mediation of other services (snacks,
accommodation, transportation, medical assistance, etc.)

13th Information on other services in the area that are not directly provided by the airport
(aviation fuel, oil and other operating materials,
aircraft repairs, hotel accommodation, meals in restaurants, public transport
etc.).

Note:

First The above range of services provided by the airport operating time is
be regarded as minimal. The airport operator with respect to
intensity and type of operation adapts skills, capacity and range of services
.
Appendix 4


Characteristics of different kinds of services and activities, which are their provision


Technical aircraft handling (aircraft handling at the service area)

First loading and unloading aircraft, including the provision and operation
appropriate means

Second transport of crew and passengers between the aircraft and the terminal,

Third luggage transport between aircraft and the terminal,

Fourth communication between the aircraft and the external service suppliers

Fifth provision and operation of suitable devices for engine start
aircraft


6th provision and operation of suitable equipment for the movement of aircraft during
arrival and departure (towing and pushing aircraft)

7th external and internal cleaning of the aircraft,

8th services related to toilets and water

9th cabin equipment appropriate hygiene needs and their storage

10th removing snow and ice, Defrosting aircraft

11th passengers and their baggage

12th passenger handling any kind during arrival, departure or transit
move, including checking travel documents.

13th registering baggage and their transport to the sorting area,

14th handling baggage in the sorting area, in preparation for departure
loading and unloading of equipment designed for handling
from the aircraft to the sorting area and vice versa,

15th transport baggage from the sorting area in dispensing,

16th clearance of cargo and mail

17th physical manipulations connected with the export, import or transfer,

18th check the relevant documents and customs procedures

19th implementation of security procedures agreed between the parties or requested
circumstances

20th physical check RFS truck as a spare air transport in import and export
,

21st supplying aircraft with food and drinks,

22nd purchase of raw materials to produce food on board aircraft

23rd storage of food and beverages

24th Processing refreshments on board aircraft,

25th purchases of finished products for the purpose of supplying aircraft with food,

26th storage of finished products

27th assembling snacks

28th Storage assembled snacks

29th expedition

30th transport, loading and unloading,

31st waste disposal associated with that activity

32nd handling of aircraft fuel and oil

33rd organization and execution of pumping and depletion
aviation fuel

34th transport aviation fuel from the loading station area to the aircraft and
back

35th storage of aviation fuel,

36th storage and handling of oils and other technical fluids.
Appendix 5


Outlining airport guide

(To § 34a par. 4 Act)

I. Introduction

II. Changes and corrections

III. Checklist parties

IV. Distribution

V. contents

VI. Abbreviations and symbols

VII. definition

VIII. The text of the airport manual according to the following points:

First General Information

1.1 Purpose airport guide

1.2 The legal requirement to undertake certification of airport

1.3 Statement on use of airports under the Convention on International Civil Aviation


1.4 system available aeronautical information and procedures for announcing
including names, surnames, functions and phone numbers
contact people, content and scope of aeronautical information transmitted

1.5 The record aircraft movements

1.6 Responsibilities of the airport

Second Map materials airports

2.1 Current schedule airport with plotting major airport facilities
intended to operate an aircraft in scale 1: 5,000

2.2 Current airport plan with mapping boundaries airports in the scale of 1: 5000

2.3 Situation airport in relation to surrounding communities with mapping
airport facilities and equipment, which are located outside the boundaries of the airport

Third Information about the airport mentioned in the Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP)

Fourth Operational and safety procedures

4.1 reporting of information relating to airport

Procedures for reporting any changes to the information about the airport specified in the air
Information Publication (AIP) and procedures to require issuing a notice
distributed by means of telecommunication containing information about
establishment, condition or change in any aeronautical facility , services or
procedure or hazard, the timely knowledge of which is essential for
workers who deal with flight operations (NOTAM), including

4.1.1 procedures for reporting any changes to the Authority and the system of continuous recording
reporting changes

4.1.2 names, surnames and functions of persons responsible for reporting changes and
their telephone numbers on which they are continuously available

4.1.3 addresses and telephone numbers provided by the Office for notification of changes.

4.2 Access to the airport movement area

The procedures are developed and implemented in compliance with safety

Program of civil aviation security
airport operator to ensure the safety of air traffic and
prevent unauthorized entry of persons, vehicles, animals or other objects
airport movement area, including

4.2.1 The responsibility of the airport operator, aircraft operators, airport operators
service its permanent office at the airport, guarding
airport

4.2.2 names, surnames and functions of those responsible for controlling access to the airport
and their telephone numbers on which they are constantly available.

4.3 Aerodrome emergency plan

Description airport contingency plan for emergencies at the airport
including

4.3.1 Plans for activities in emergencies at the airport and its vicinity
including aviation accidents, malfunctions and emergencies
aircraft during flight, airport facilities fires, illegal acts, accidents and environmental
all non-standard situations, having the character
emergency under a special legal regulation, 15)

4.3.2 describe the procedures training and testing facilities and equipment, which has
be used in emergency situations ^ 16), including the frequency of such tests

4.3.3 describe the test training procedures in emergency situations, including
frequency of such exercises,

4.3.4 list of affected individuals and corporate bodies at the airport and outside
them to carry out activities related to the operation of airports, their
telephone and fax numbers, email addresses, addresses
Society for Aeronautical Telecommunications and information services (SITA)
or their assigned radio frequencies within the integrated rescue system
,

4.3.5 establishment of the airport command post to organize partial exercise
incidents

4.3.6 determine the persons responsible for conducting the intervention on site
extraordinary events

4.3.7 list of organizations operating at the airport, contact persons and phone numbers
on which they are constantly available.

4.4 Rescue and fire fighting service

Description of facilities, equipment, procedures and staffing requirements
rescue and fire fighting services, including names, surnames and functions
persons responsible for such services at the airport.

4.5 Checking the aerodrome movement area and obstacle Plains airport operator


Description of the checks aerodrome movement area and obstacle planes including

4.5.1 procedures for continuous checks, including measuring
coefficient of friction, and the coating layer on the runways and taxiways

4.5.2 procedures and means of communication by ATC
operation during inspections,

4.5.3 management practices inspection log and place his store,

4.5.4 The frequency of inspections

4.5.5 The list of controlled items,

4.5.6 procedures for reporting the results of inspections and activities leading to
gaps and ensure redress

4.5.7 names, surnames and functions of persons responsible for carrying out checks, and
their telephone numbers on which they are constantly available.

4.6 visual navigational aids and airfield electrical systems

Description of procedures for inspection and maintenance of signals, signs, tags, and
airfield electrical systems, including

4.6.1 procedures for continuous checks, and
list of controlled items,

4.6.2 procedures, the results of inspections and activities leading to
gaps and ensure redress

4.6.3 practice routine and special maintenance

4.6.4 maintenance procedures alternative power sources and procedures
partial or total failure of the electrical supply system of the airport
energy

4.6.5 names, surnames and functions of persons responsible for the inspection and maintenance
visual navigation aids and airfield electrical systems and
their telephone numbers on which they are constantly available.

4.7 Maintenance of the movement area airports

Description arrangements and procedures for maintenance of the movement area airports, including

4.7.1 maintenance practices of the movement area paved

4.7.2 maintenance practices of the movement area with a hard surface,

4.7.3 maintenance practices lateral stripes runways and taxiways

4.7.4 maintenance procedures airports and airport drainage sewer.


4.8 Operational safety during maintenance and construction work on the airport


Description of procedures, planning and execution of construction and maintenance work
(OSH), including short-term work on the movement area of ​​an aerodrome or in its vicinity
which may interfere with the obstacle planes, including

4.8.1 of the communication with air traffic control during
maintenance or construction work,

4.8.2 names, surnames and functions of those responsible for planning and implementing
work and their telephone numbers on which they are continuously available

4.8.3 list of individuals and legal entities operating at the airport, which
engaged in activities related to the operation of the airport and can be directly affected
carried out works, and telephone numbers of contact persons
which are continuously available ,

4.8.4 list of legal and natural persons who are to be scheduled
work at the airport reported.

4.9 Traffic Management ramp

Description traffic management practices on the ramp, including

4.9.1 modalities for mutual coordination between air traffic control and habitat management
traffic on the apron,

4.9.2 procedures for allocating places for aircraft

4.9.3 procedures for planes extrusion and start the engines,

4.9.4 Organization shift aircraft

4.9.5 Service vehicles for guiding aircraft to or from a stand (FOLLOW ME).

4.10 Management of safety on the ramp

Procedures to ensure safety on the ramp, including

4.10.1 protection against the effects of flow for aircraft engines,

4.10.2 safety procedures when refueling
aircraft

4.10.3 cleaning work on the apron,

4.10.4 removing snow and ice from the apron,

4.10.5 procedures for reporting incidents on the apron,

4.10.6 control and ensure compliance with the principles of safety at work.

4.11 Checking of vehicles and machinery used in the operational part of the airport


Procedure for checking vehicles and machinery on the movement area
airport or in its vicinity, including

4.11.1 The relevant rules of operation and compliance monitoring

4.11.2 way of issuing a driving license for vehicles and machinery
funds

4.11.3 names, surnames and functions of those responsible for checking vehicles and
mechanization and their telephone numbers on which
constantly available.

4.12 Checking limiting the risk of collision with animals and birds
on the movement area of ​​an aerodrome or in its vicinity

Procedures to reduce the risk of collision with animals and birds
on the movement area of ​​an aerodrome or in its vicinity, including

4.12.1 method of evaluating the danger

4.12.2 implementing programs to limit the risk of collision with animals and birds
,

4.12.3 names, surnames and functions of persons responsible for reviewing restrictions
risk of collision with animals and birds and their phone numbers
which are continuously available.

4.13 Checking obstacles
Procedures for


4.13.1 obstacle planes monitoring and processing maps of type A,

4.13.2 control barriers airport operator

4.13.3 monitoring the height of buildings or buildings located in the vicinity
obstacle planes

4.13.4 control of new construction near the airport,

4.13.5 informing the authorities of the nature and location of obstacles and the creation of new
or removing existing obstacles in order to be accepted
necessary measures, including the handover of documents to the Aeronautical Information Service
.

4.14 disabled aircraft removal

Procedures for the disabled aircraft removal of
movement area or its vicinity, including

4.14.1 duties of the airport operator and holder of a certificate of registration in the register
aircraft or his representative

4.14.2 procedure of informing the holder of the certificate of registration of aircraft in the
Register or his representative

4.14.3 method of maintaining contact with ATC
traffic

4.14.4 how to deploy rescue technology, resources and staffing
removal aircraft incapable of movement
including lists of available rescue equipment and means of identifying
largest possible type of aircraft, which are capable of such funds

Remove

4.14.5 names, surnames and functions of persons responsible for carrying out the withdrawal
aircraft incapable of movement and their phone numbers.

4.15 handling hazardous substances

Procedures for the safe handling and storage of hazardous substances
airport, including

4.15.1 practices and handling of hazardous substances in specific areas
at the airport, intended for storage of flammable materials, and any other
hazardous substances

4.15.2 procedures for storage and handling of hazardous substances

4.15.3 names, surnames and functions of the persons responsible for handling
hazardous substances and their phone numbers.

4.16 Procedures for operation in low visibility

Details the procedures to be implemented for operation in low visibility
.

4.17 Protection of radio navigation and lighting equipment

Protection procedures in the vicinity of radio navigation and lighting equipment
stationed at the airport and ensure their viability, including

4.17.1 control activities in the area of ​​radio navigation and lighting
device

4.17.2 description ground maintenance in the area of ​​radio navigation and lighting
device

4.17.3 placement and replenishment of warning signs notifying of
dangerous microwave radiation in the area of ​​radio navigation equipment

4.17.4 names, surnames and functions of the persons responsible for the protection
navigation aids and their telephone numbers on which
constantly available.

Fifth Airport management and safety management system operating airport

5.1 Airport Authority

Description of airport management, including

5.1.1. Scheme organizational structure of the airport showing the names and functions
key personnel and determine their responsibilities

5.1.2 names, surnames and functions of persons who have overall responsibility for
security at the airport and their telephone numbers on which
continuously available
5.1.3
airport committees.

5.2 Safety Management System operation of the airport

In order to ensure compliance with all operational and safety requirements
and improving security at the airport establishes a management system operating
airport security. The system for managing the security of the airport is especially


5.2.1 security policy related to the greatest extent possible the process
managing the security of the airport and its relation to the operation and maintenance
process,

Structure 5.2.2 or organization's safety management system covering
number of employees and the determination of individual and group responsibility for
security issues,

5.2.3 Strategy and Planning safety management system, for example.
Way to achieve security goals, defining priorities in the implementation
security measures and ensure a functional system for reducing
risk to the lowest possible level with the constant
regard to the requirements of aviation regulations,

5.2.4 The introduction of safety management system, including equipment, methods and procedures
for efficient transmission of information concerning the safety and
enforcement of safety requirements

5.2.5 method for its introduction into those areas that require a higher degree of integrity
safety management system (program
security measures)

5.2.6 measures concerning safety promotion and accident prevention and
risk control system including the analysis and procedures in case of incidents
incidents, problems, defects, mistakes, shortcomings and failures, and continuous monitoring
security

5.2.7 internal safety audit and inspection system specifying
systems and programs for quality control safety

5.2.8 documentation system for all airport facilities, which are related to
safety, as well as records on the operation and maintenance of airports and airport facilities
, including information about the projects and the construction of roads
aircraft and airport lighting; This system should allow
easy retrieval of records including charts,

5.2.9 training and competence of staff, including assessment and evaluation
adequate level of training being conducted and its quality as
obligations to ensure the safety and methodology for testing
staff competence,
5 February 10
inclusion and enforcement of safety clauses in contracts
relating to construction work at the airport.

5.3 Deviations from the aviation regulations


IX. Annex

X. Appendices
Annex 6



Canceled Annex 7


Categories of reportable events and data that are contained in the report


(To § 55d para. 5 Act)

I. Reportable events in connection with the operation, maintenance, repair and manufacturing

aircraft
A. TRAFFIC

First Operation of the aircraft

A) maneuver to avoid

- At the risk of collision with another aircraft, terrain or other object or
dangerous situation in which it was a maneuver to evade appropriate;

- Required to avoid a collision with another aircraft, terrain or other object
;

- To avoid other unsafe situations.

B) incidents during takeoff or landing, including precautionary or forced landings
. Incidents such as short or long
landing or departing from the runway. Take-offs, rejected take-offs, landings or attempted
landing on a closed, occupied or incorrect runway.
Unauthorized entry to the track.

C) Inability to achieve predicted performance during take-off or initial climb
.

D) Critically low fuel quantity or inability to transfer fuel or use total
usable fuel.

E) Loss of control (including partial or temporary) regardless of cause
.

F) Occurrences close to or above V1 resulting from or
hazardous or potentially hazardous situation
(eg rejected take-off, tail strike, engine power loss
units etc.).

G) Go around producing a hazardous or potentially hazardous situation
.

H) Unintentional significant deviation from airspeed, intended track
or altitude (more than 300 ft) regardless of cause.

I) Descent below decision height or minimum descent altitude without the required visual inspection
.

J) Loss of awareness relative to actual position or to other aircraft
.

K) Breakdown in communication between flight crew (CRM) or between aircraft
crew and other parties (cabin crew, air traffic management, technical staff
).

L) Heavy landing - a landing deemed to require inspection after landing hard
.

M) Exceeding the limits of fuel imbalance.

N) Incorrect setting of an SSR code or of an altimeter subscale.

O) Incorrect programming of, or erroneous entries
facilities for navigation or performance calculations, or use of incorrect data.

P) Incorrect receipt or interpretation of radiotelephony messages.

Q) failure or malfunction of the fuel system, which affect the supply
and / or distribution of fuel.

R) unintentionally departing from a paved surface plane.

S) Collision between an aircraft with another aircraft, aircraft, vehicle or aircraft
another obstacle on the ground.

T) Inadvertent and / or incorrect operation of any controls.

U) Inability to achieve the intended aircraft configuration for any
flight phase (eg landing gear and gear doors, landing
flaps, stabilizers, slats etc.).

V) Establishment of a dangerous or potentially dangerous situations in flight
result of deliberate simulation of failure conditions for training, inspection
system or for training purposes.

W) Excessive vibration.

X) Operation of any primary warning system associated with
maneuvering the aircraft eg configuration warning, stall
( "stick shaker"), signaling speeding etc. with
except when

- The crew conclusively established that the warning is wrong and this wrong
warning does not result in difficulty or hazard due to the reactions of the crew
aircraft warning or

- Operated for training or test purposes.

Y) Warning warning system ground proximity (GPWS / TAWS), if


- The aircraft comes into close proximity to the country in accordance with the plan or expectation or


- Warning is put into operation when meteorological conditions
instrument or at night, and there is evidence that was put into operation
due to the high rate of descent (Mode 1) or

- Warning is put into operation due to failure of the landing gear or gear doors
appropriate point on the approach (mode 4
) or

- Arises or might have arisen any difficulty or hazard

Situation as a result of crew response to the warning, for example, smaller
separation from other aircraft. This could include warning
any mode or type, including the real, faulty or incorrect
warning.

Z) alarm warning system ground proximity (GPWS / TAWS)
if it arises or might have arisen any difficulty or
dangerous situation as a result of crew response to the alarm.

Aa) Warning ACAS (RA).

Bb) The substantial aircraft damage or serious personal injury due to the onslaught
flow from the propeller or jet propulsion unit.

Second Emergency

) Fire, explosion, smoke or toxic or noxious fumes, even
extinguish the fire.

B) Use of non-standard procedure by the crew of the aircraft in an emergency, if


- Standard procedure exists but is not used

- Standard procedure exists

- Standard procedure exists but is incomplete or inappropriate,

- Standard procedure is incorrect,

- Incorrect procedure is used.

C) Inadequacy of any procedures designed to be used in an emergency, including
procedures used for maintenance, training or test.

D) An event leading to an emergency evacuation.

E) pressure drop.

F) The use of any emergency equipment or prescribed emergency procedures in
deal with the situation.

G) An event leading to the declaration of an emergency ( "Mayday" or
"PAN-PAN ').

H) Failure of any emergency system or equipment, including all
exit doors and lighting, including being used for maintenance, training or
control.

I) Events requiring the emergency use of oxygen by any crew member
.

Third Disqualification crew

A) Incapacitation of any member of the crew, including cases
which occurs prior to departure if it is considered that they could
resulted in incapacitation after take-off.

B) Incapacitation of any member of the cabin crew which renders them unable
perform essential emergency duties.

Fourth injuries

Events that lead or could lead to serious injury
passengers or crew but which are not reported as the airline
accident.

Fifth Weather

A) A lightning strike which resulted in damage to the aircraft or loss or malfunction of any essential
.

B) A hail strike which resulted in damage to the aircraft or loss or malfunction of any essential
.

C) Flight through strong turbulence, resulting in injury to occupants or deemed to require
control aircraft ( "turbulence check").

D) Fly wind shear.

E) Icing encounter resulting in handling difficulties aircraft
damage to the aircraft or loss or malfunction of any essential.

6th safety

A) Unlawful interference in air transport.

B) Difficulty in coping misfits passengers.

C) Discovery of a stowaway.

7th Other events

A) Repetitive instances of a specific type of occurrence which in itself
not considered reportable, but which due to the frequency
repetition creates a potential hazard.

B) A bird strike resulting in damage to the aircraft or loss or malfunction of any essential
.

C) Wake Turbulence.

D) Any other occurrence of any type, which is considered the event that
harmed or could harm the aircraft or its occupants on board or on the ground
.

B. AIRCRAFT TECHNICAL

First Aircraft structural

Not all structural failures need to be reported.
Is necessary technical assessment to decide whether a failure is serious enough
been reported. For example, the message subject:

A) damage to a principal structural element that is not classified as
damage tolerant (life limited element).
For supporting structural elements are considered all the elements that contribute significantly to resisting
flight, ground, and pressurisation loads, and whose failure would
could result in failure of the aircraft.

B) defect or damage exceeding admissible damages
supporting structural element, which is classified as tolerant
damage.

C) Damage or defect exceeding allowed tolerances
structural element whose failure could sufficiently reduce overall

Strength that no longer met the prescribed safety limits for
vibration, divergence or control reversal.

D) Damage or defect of a structural element, which could result in the liberation of
components which could hurt
passengers on the plane.

E) Damage or defect of a structural element, which could jeopardize proper operation of systems
.

F) loss of any part of the aircraft structure in flight.

Second systems

A) loss, significant malfunction or defect of any system, subsystem or device
if it is excluded
satisfactory operation of standard operating procedures, tests and similar jobs.

B) Inability of the crew to control the system, especially

- Uncommanded actions;

- Incorrect and / or incomplete response, including limitation of movement or stiffness;

- Spontaneous movement controls;

- Mechanical disconnection or failure.

C) failure or malfunction of the exclusive function (s) of the system (one system
could integrate several functions).

D) interference within or between systems.

E) failure or malfunction of the protection device or emergency system associated with the system
.

F) Loss as a backup system.

G) Any occurrence resulting from unforeseen behavior of a system.

H) loss, significant malfunction or defect in the main system, subsystem or device
for aircraft types with single main systems, subsystems or
devices.

I) Loss, significant malfunction or defect of more than one main
system, subsystem or device for aircraft types with multiple independent
main systems, subsystems or devices.

J) indication of any primary warning system associated with
aircraft systems or equipment unless the crew conclusively that
warning is wrong and this erroneous warning will not lead to difficulties or
danger due to the crew response to warning.

K) Leakage of hydraulic fluids, fuel, oil or other liquids
resulted in a fire hazard or possible hazardous contamination of structures, systems or equipment
aircraft or endangering passengers.

L) Malfunction or defect of any indication system result
possibility of misleading indications to the crew.

M) Any failure, malfunction or defect during the critical phase of the flight
importance for the functioning of the aircraft systems.

N) Significant shortfall of the actual performance of the approved performance which resulted in a hazardous situation
(with respect to the accuracy of the method for calculating the performance
) including braking action, fuel consumption etc.

O) Asymmetry of flight controls; For example, flaps, slats, spoilers
.

The Appendix to this Annex gives a list of examples of
reports resulting from the application of these general criteria to specific systems
.

Third Powerplant including engines, propellers and rotors and auxiliary
Power Unit (APU)

A) Switching off the lights, withdrawal or failure of the engine.

B) Overspeed or inability to control the speed of any
high-speed rotating component (for example: APU
unit, air starter, air conditioning, air auxiliary turbines,
propeller or rotor).

C) Failure or malfunction of any part of an engine
result of one or more of these events

- Dropping components / debris;

- Uncontrolled internal or external fire, or hot gas
;

- Move in a different direction than that assumes pilot;

- Failing to operate or operating inadvertently thrust reversing system;

- Inability to control power, thrust or rpm;

- Failure of the engine;

- Partial or complete loss of a major part of the powerplant;

- Dense visible fumes or concentrations of toxic substances that may
endanger the crew or passengers;

- Inability to switch off the engine normal procedures;

- Inability to restart the engine.

D) uncommanded loss, change or variation in strength / power, which are
classified as a loss of control of thrust

- For a single aircraft or

- Is an event in this case is regarded as unfair or

- If it can be affected by more than one engine in multi-engine aircraft, particularly in the case
twin-engine aircraft, or

- Multiengine planes when using the same, or similar, engine type

Where the event would be considered hazardous or critical
.

E) Failure of life limited parts, which results in its
withdrawal before completion of its full life cycle.

F) Defects of common origin which could lead to the fact that during the flight
off more than one engine.

G) Operating fault or operating inadvertently limiter powertrain or
control device.

H) Exceedance of engine parameters.

I) Meeting with foreign objects, resulting in damage.

J) Failure or malfunction of any part of a propeller or powerplant
result of one or more of the following events:

- Overspeed of the propeller;

- Penetration of excessive drag;

- Move in the opposite direction than required by the pilot;

- Release of the propeller or any major portion of the propeller;

- A failure that results in excessive imbalance;

- Unintended movement of the propeller blades below the minimum position at low angles
settings, set for the flight mode;

- Inability to feather the propeller set position;

- The inability to change propeller pitch;

- Uncommanded change in pitch;

- Uncontrollable torque or speed fluctuation.

K) Damage or defect powertrain / mounting main rotor
which could result in separation of the rotor in flight and / or disorders
rotor control.

L) Damage to tail rotor, transmission and equivalent systems
.

M) Shut down or failure when the APU is to be available
by operational requirements, eg ETOPS, MEL etc.

N) Inability to shut down the APU.

O) Overspeed.

P) Inability to start the APU when needed for operational reasons of
.

Fourth Human factors

Incident where any feature or inadequacy of the aircraft design could
an error of use that could contribute to a hazardous or catastrophic consequences
.

Fifth Other events

A) Events that are normally considered as reportable
(eg, furnishing and cabin equipment, water systems), where
circumstances resulted in endangering the aircraft or its occupants.

B) Fire, explosion, smoke or toxic or noxious fumes.

C) Any other event which could endanger the aircraft, or affect
safety of passengers on board or people or property in the vicinity
aircraft or on the ground.

D) Failure or defect reporting system for passengers, so reports
crew to passengers is not possible or not audible.

E) Failure pilot seat adjustment during flight.

C. AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR

First Incorrect assembly of parts or components of the aircraft found during an inspection or test procedure
which was not intended for that specific purpose.

Second Hot bleed air leak resulting in structural damage.

Third Any defect in parts with limited life resulting
withdrawal before the expiry of its useful life.

Fourth Damage or deterioration (eg fractures, cracks, corrosion, delamination
, release etc.) regardless of the cause (eg vibration
loss of stiffness or structural failure)

A) primary structure or a PSE (according
defined in the manufacturers' Repair Manual) exceeds
where such damage or violation of allowable limits specified in the Repair Manual and
if required repair or complete or partial replacement;

B) secondary structure which consequently has or may have endangered the aircraft
;

C) the engine, propeller or rotor system.

Fifth Any failure, malfunction or defect of any system or equipment
or damage or deterioration thereof found as a result
compared with the directives for airworthiness or other binding
regulations issued by the regulatory authority, if

A) organization implementing compliance reporting
detected for the first time;

B) on any subsequent compliance, it exceeds the permissible limits quoted in
regulations and / or published repair procedures /
adjustments are not available.

6th Failure of any emergency system or equipment, including all
exit doors and lighting, including being used for maintenance or inspection
.

7th Mismatch or significant errors in compliance with required maintenance procedures
.


8th Products, parts, appliances and materials of unknown or suspect origin
.

9th Misleading, incorrect or insufficient maintenance data or procedures
maintenance, which can result in deficiencies in maintenance.

10th Any failure, malfunction or defect of ground equipment
used for testing or checking of aircraft systems and equipment,
when the required routine inspection and test procedures did not clearly identify the problem
, resulting in a dangerous situation.

D. FACILITIES AND GROUND SERVICES

First Airports and airport facilities

A) Significant spillage during fueling.

B) Loading of incorrect fuel quantities likely to have a significant impact on
endurance, performance, balance or structural strength.

Second Passengers, baggage, cargo

A) Significant contamination of structures, systems and equipment in the aircraft
due to transport baggage or cargo.

B) Incorrect loading of passengers, baggage or cargo that may
have a significant effect on the weight distribution and / or balance the aircraft.

C) Incorrect stowage of baggage or cargo (including hand baggage
), which may in any way endanger the aircraft, its
equipment or occupants or to impede emergency evacuation.

D) Inadequate stowage of cargo containers or other substantial items of cargo
.

E) Carriage or attempted carriage of dangerous goods in contravention
applicable regulations, including incorrect labeling and packaging of dangerous goods
.

Third Ground handling services and

A) Failure, malfunction or defect of ground equipment used for testing or checking
aircraft systems and equipment when the required
routine inspection and test procedures did not clearly identify the problem
resulting in a dangerous situation.

B) Non-compliance or significant errors in compliance with required
dispatch procedures.

C) Loading of contaminated or incorrect type of fuel or other
operating fluids / gases (including oxygen and potable water).

II. Reportable events in connection with the provision of air navigation services


First Incidents involving Near collision (including special
situations where one aircraft from another
aircraft / ground / a vehicle / person or object are perceived to be too close)

A) separation minima infringement;

B) cases where an accident occurs almost (almost a collision with terrain during
controlled flight);

C) the event on the track, which required a maneuver to avoid.

Second Potential for collision or near collision (including special
situations that can lead to a collision or near collision, if
would be close to another aircraft)

A) an event on the runway incursion avoidance maneuver to;

B) running off the track;

C) aircraft deviation from ATC clearances and instructions of air traffic
(ATC);

D) aircraft deviation from applicable air traffic
traffic management (ATM)

- Failure to comply with established procedures air traffic management (ATM);

- Unauthorized penetration of airspace;

- A deviation from the prescribed aircraft equipment which relevant regulations
set as mandatory, and from its intended use in connection with
air traffic management (ATM).

Third Special events specific to air traffic management (ATM), which can be
:

A) inability to provide Air Traffic Management (ATM)

- Inability to provide air traffic services;

- Inability to provide airspace management;

- Inability to provide air traffic flow management;

B) failure of Communication function;

C) failure of the function of surveillance equipment;

D) failure of processing functions and data distribution;

E) failure of Navigation function;

F) the safety of air traffic management (ATM).
Appendix 8


Certificate Data Air Accidents Investigation Institute

(To § 55a Par. 6 of the Act)

Certificate Data Air Accidents Investigation Institute
is made from paper card with dimensions of 99 x 68 mm
sealed in a transparent laminate film of dimensions 105 x 74 mm.

Obverse service card is placed on the upper left large state

Symbols. Besides the large national emblem is the inscription "Institute for Vocational
Air Accidents Investigation" and underneath the text "Card Data".
Top right is the logo of the Institute for the Investigation
causes of air accidents. On the left side there is a picture
satisfying the requirements of the technical construction photographs for the issuance of identity card
. ^ 16) the right of the photo is the title, name, or
names and surname, license number and date of issue .

On the reverse side is at the top right of states "Czech Republic".
The reverse side also contains information on statutory authorization for the inspector
its activities and signature of the director of the Institute for the Investigation
causes of air accidents.

Pattern Card Data:
The obverse


----------------------------------------------- -------------------

Air Accidents Investigation Institute
Proof inspector

------------------------- Title, name and surname

.......................

Card number

Photo .......................

Release Date

.......................
------------------------

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Wrong side:

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Czech Republic


Holder of this certificate is entitled to carry out activities under the Act
no. 49/1997 Coll., on civil aviation and amending Act No.
. 455/1991 Coll., On Trades (Trade Act)
as amended.


Director of the Air Accidents Investigation Institute

.......................

Card abuse is a criminal offense.


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Appendix 9




Annex 10






Annex 11



Canceled Annex 12



Canceled Annex 13



Canceled Annex 14


The range of data stored in the database

(K § 51a paragraph. 11 of the Act)

----------------------------------------------- ----------------
A. Data of the terrain getting -------------------------------------------
--------------------

mandatory coverage area Identification of the originator (originator)
data required to identify the source of data
compulsory process for obtaining mandatory | || pitch mandatory
Horizontal reference system required
Horizontal resolution mandatory

horizontal accuracy required horizontal level of assurance required

horizontal position required height above sea obligatory reference height above
sea ​​mandatory
Vertical reference system required
Vertical resolution mandatory
Vertical accuracy required
Vertical degree of credibility required
type faces are recorded

space required level of penetration are known
deviations optional

integrity mandatory indication of the date and time to be used

mandatory measuring unit ------------------------- --------------------------------------
B. Obtaining information about obstacles -------------------------------------------
--------------------

mandatory coverage area Identification of the originator (originator)
data required to identify the source of data required
Identifying obstacles mandatory | || horizontal accuracy required
Horizontal degree of credibility required
Horizontal position Horizontal resolution mandatory

required horizontal extent required
Horizontal reference system required height above sea level

required height above ground optional Vertical accuracy required

Vertical degree of credibility required
Vertical resolution mandatory
Vertical reference system required

Type obstacles mandatory Geometric kind of mandatory


Integrity mandatory indication of the date and time to be used

mandatory measuring unit operation optional optional

Efficiency Lighting obligatory

Marking mandatory ------- -------------------------------------------------- ------
Annex 15


Features information on terrain and obstacles

(K § 51a paragraph. 11 of the Act)


Features terrain data

----------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------
The area demarcated by the territory defined by the territory defined by
§ paragraph 16 g. 16 g § 3 paragraph. 4 point. § paragraph 16 g. 7
a) and b) -------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------
pitch most 3-arc more than 1 arc-arc most 0.3
seconds seconds seconds
(Approximately 90 meters) (approximately 30 meters) (approximately 9 m)
-------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- -----------
Vertical 0-30 m 0-3 mg) 0-1 meters accuracy and
)
------------- -------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

Vertical resolution b) 1 m 0.1 m 0.1 m
----------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------
Horizontal 0-50 m 0-5 m from 0 to 2.5 m
accuracy c)
--------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ----------------
degree of 90% or better 90% or better 90% or better assurance
d)
--------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------- integrity
e) outstanding outstanding common
---- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------
frequency 1x per year, with significant 1 year , with one outstanding year, with significant changes
transmission without undue changes without undue changes without undue
delay, delay, delay,
within 60 days. f) up to 60 days. f) up to 60 days. f)
--------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------ || |

A) The vertical accuracy indicates the closeness of agreement between predicted and measured
value and the actual value.

B) The vertical resolution indicates the number of units or digits
used to express the measured or calculated values. (Eg.
If the value of the vertical resolution set at 0.01 meters is required
vertical position to state with precision and rounding to 2 decimal places
. If the measured value eg. 100 m, will be listed as
100,00 m; or when measured as 52,548 m, is given as 52.55 meters.)

C) The horizontal accuracy indicates the closeness of agreement between
predicted or measured value and the actual value.

D) The degree of assurance indicates the probability that the actual
parameter value lies within a given interval around the estimated
values.

E) The integrity indicates the level of security against loss or alteration
aeronautical data or their value since their inception or
approved changes.

F) significant changes with an observed change in the elevation of at least 2 points
network terrain model by a value greater than the vertical accuracy for a given category
territory or update such information, which
ignorance could have negative impact on the safety of air traffic
(eg. a horizontal position, elevation above sea level, the height above the ground, and others).

G) data on terrain Ministry of Defence transferred to a smaller
accuracy in areas of permanent forest.

Features obstacle data

----------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------ || | The area demarcated by the territory defined by Územívymezené by
§ paragraph 16 g. 16 g § 3 paragraph. 4 point. a) and b) § 16godst. 7
---------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- | ||
accuracy and vertical) 0-3 m 0-3 m 0-1 m
-------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- -------------------
Vertical 1 m 0.1 mg)
0.1 m resolution b)

----------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------ || | Horizontal 0-50 m 0-5 m from 0 to 2.5 m
accuracy c)
------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------------
degree of 90% or better 90% or better 90% or better assurance
d)
----- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------- integrity
e) common eminent eminent | || ------------------------------------------------ -----------------------------------------------
the transmission frequency of one per year, with one notable year for outstanding 1 year, with significant
changes without any change without any undue změnybez
delay, delay, delay,
60 days f) 30 days f) up to 30 days f)
--------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ------------

A) The vertical accuracy indicates the closeness of agreement between predicted and measured
value and the actual value.

B) The vertical resolution indicates the number of units or digits
used to express the measured or calculated values. (Eg.
If the value of the vertical resolution set at 0.01 meters is required
vertical position to state with precision and rounding to 2 decimal places
. If the measured value eg. 100 m, will be listed as
100,00 m; or when measured as 52,548 m, is given as 52.55 meters.)

C) The horizontal accuracy indicates the closeness of agreement between
predicted or measured value and the actual value.

D) The degree of assurance indicates the probability that the actual
parameter value lies within a given interval around the estimated
values.

E) The integrity indicates the level of security against loss or alteration
aeronautical data or their value since their inception or
approved changes.

F) significant changes means finding new obstacles or update such information
whose ignorance could have a negative impact on the safety of air traffic
(eg. A horizontal position, height above sea
, height above and other countries). Data on temporary structures shall be transferred
time when its temporality exceeds 120 days.

G) Data on the obstacles transmitted by the Ministry of Defence have vertical
1 meter resolution.
Appendix 16


Certificate of qualified individuals in accordance with § 55c of the Act

(To § 55c para. 5 Act)

Certificate of qualified individuals pursuant to § 55b of the Act is made of
paper card with dimensions of 99 x 68 mm sealed in a transparent laminating film
dimensions of 105 x 74 mm.

The obverse of the card is located at the top left of the large national emblem. Besides
large national emblem are the words "legal person authorized pursuant to § 55b
Act no. 49/1997 Coll., As amended", underneath is listed
corporate name and shows the text "
license qualified individuals pursuant to § 55b of the Act no. 49/1997 Coll., as amended
regulations. " On the left side there is a photograph satisfying the technical implementation
pictures for issuing an identity card.
To the right of the photo is the title, name, or names and surnames,
card number and date of issue.

On the reverse side is at the top right of states "Czech Republic".
The reverse side also contains information on legal empowerment
professionally qualified natural persons pursuant to § 55b of the Act on its activities and signature
statutory representative of a legal person appointed pursuant to § 55b of the Act.

Specimen of the certificate qualified individuals pursuant to § 55b of the Act:



Annex 17



Canceled Annex 18


The data transmitted in order to survey the Ministry of Transport and the airport


(To § 98a paragraph. 3 of the Act)

I. List of data transmitted by individual entities Ministry of Transport

A. The airport operator

A. 1 For commercial air transport passes by the airport operator

First data on the number of aircraft movements

Second succeeding data on the number of passengers

Third data on the number of passengers came up,

Fourth Data on the number of succeeding and came up passengers in total,

Fifth data on the number of passengers who are continuing with the same flight

Number, as was the flight on which they arrived,

6th Data on weight loaded,

7th data on the weight unloaded,

8th data on the weight of cargo loaded and unloaded in total,

9th weight data loaded mail

10th information on weight landed mail

11th weight data loaded and unloaded mail total.

Airport operator transmits data according to the first and 6 to 11
structured specifically for

- International scheduled traffic

- International charter traffic

- International traffic, total

- Domestic scheduled and charter traffic

- International and domestic transportation, total

- Exclusive carriage of cargo and mail

- Unscheduled commercial flights operated by aircraft with a total number of passenger seats
maximum 30th

Airport operator transmits information in points 2 to 5 structured specifically for


- International scheduled traffic

- International charter traffic

- International traffic, total

- Domestic scheduled and charter traffic

- International and domestic transportation, total

- Unscheduled commercial flights operated by aircraft with a total number of passenger seats
maximum 30th

A. 2 for a non-commercial air transport operator transmits the airport


First data on the total number of aircraft movements,

Second succeeding data on the number of passengers

Third data on the number of passengers came up,

Fourth Data on the number of succeeding and came up passengers in total.

A. 3 The operator of the international airport, which handles at least 90% of the overall
of passengers or cargo in the Czech Republic, and
airport operator, which handles at least 1 million passengers or
100,000 tons of cargo annually, then forwards || |
First data on initial and final spot flight

Second data on the number of passengers carried

Third data on the weight of transported cargo,

Fourth data on the weight of transported mail.

Airport operator transmits information in points 1-4
structured separately for individual flights scheduled international commercial air transport and
for individual flights irregular international commercial air transport
.

A. 4 The operator of the international airport, which handles at least 90% of the overall
of passengers or cargo in the Czech Republic, and
airport operator, which handles at least 1 million passengers or
100,000 tons of cargo annually, then forwards || |
First data on income from air traffic broken down by income from fees
for aircraft, passenger charges and other charges for air traffic;

Second data on income from charges for ground handling,

Third information on income in connection with the provision of non-aeronautical services
broken down by connection with the storage and refueling,
operation of restaurants, bars, cafes, catering and duty free shops
parking cars and others, in addition to income from rentals ,

Fourth data on income from rentals,

Fifth Data on other income related to the operation of the airport,

6th Total revenues (sum of income under sections 4.1 to 4.5)

7th Data on operating subsidies

8th Total revenue data, including operating subsidies

9th data on the costs of operation and maintenance, including staff costs
breakdown of the costs of personnel, supplies and services from subcontractors

10th data on administrative overhead,

11th Data on other non-capital costs

12th details of investment costs in the breakdown of depreciation, interest and other
investment costs

13th Data on the total costs (sum of costs under points 4.9 to
4.12)

14th cost data on the airport movement area and lighting

15th data on the costs of terminal facilities for passenger and freight transportation
,

16th data on the costs of hangars and maintenance facilities,

17th data on the costs of air navigation services, including
communication, navigation and surveillance services,

18th cost data on meteorological service

19th cost data to protect civil aviation
acts

20th data on the costs of rescue and fire fighting services,

21st details of other costs associated with the operation of the airport,


22nd data on gross capital investments broken down into investment
movement areas, investment in terminal buildings owned airport
investment in equipment and means of transport, investment in equipment and other
investments in land

23rd Data on total gross investment

24th Data on the number of full-time employees of the airport operator in
breakdown for employees engaged and not engaged in aviation activities.

Note to point A. 4: If there are no accurate figures, says
estimate the corresponding figure is marked with an asterisk.

B. Domestic airline

B. 1 Domestic airline passes for commercial air transport

First data on aircraft kilometers

Second data on the number of departures

Third data on hours flown,

Fourth data on the number of passengers carried

Fifth data utilized passenger-kilometers,

6th information about the offered seat kilometers

7th data on the weight of transported cargo,

8th data on the utilization of passengers

9th tonne-kilometer data utilized for passengers (including luggage)

10th data on recovered cargo tonne-kilometers (including expediting)

11th tonne-kilometer data utilized for mail,

12th tonne-kilometer data utilized in total,

13th data on tonne-kilometers offered,

14th data on the mass loading of the aircraft.

Domestic air carrier transmits the data under points 1, 2, 3, 7 and 10 to 13
structured specifically for

- International scheduled traffic

- Domestic services,

- All-cargo international scheduled traffic

- Exclusively on domestic freight transportation,

- International charter traffic

- National irregular transport,

- International all-cargo charter transport

- Exclusively domestic freight irregular transport.

Domestic airline passes in points 4, 5, 6 and 9
structured specifically for

- International scheduled traffic

- Domestic services,

- International charter traffic

- National irregular transport.

Domestic air carrier transmits the data by 8 points in a structured specifically for


- For international scheduled traffic

- For domestic services.

Domestic air carrier transmits data according to 14
structured specifically for

- International scheduled traffic

- Domestic services,

- All-cargo international scheduled traffic

- Freight exclusively on domestic services.

B. 2 For non-scheduled commercial flights operated by aircraft with a total
passenger seats and a maximum of 30 years for other than for remuneration
domestic airline onward transmission

First data on the number of departures

Second data on hours flown.

Domestic air carrier transmits the information in points 1 and 2 separately for structured


- International air transportation

- Domestic air transportation

- All-cargo international air transportation

- Exclusively domestic freight air transport.

B. 3 Domestic airline passes

First data types operated by aircraft;

01.01 information about the manufacturer and model of the aircraft;

02.01 data code / type of use of aircraft, specifically

1.2.1. type of aircraft used by the carrier for commercial air transport:

1.2.1.1. P - passenger aircraft type

1.2.1.2. F - Cargo aircraft type, can not be used for transportation
passengers

1.2.1.3. M - combined version of the aircraft, ie. Allowing the transport plane
passengers and freight;

1.2.2. type of aircraft carrier unused commercial air transport
:

1.2.2.1. O - aircraft used for other purposes.

Second data on the number of aircraft operated divided into

02.01 the number of all types of aircraft at the beginning of the year,

02.02 changes in the number of all types of aircraft acquired during the year,

03.02 changes in the number of all types of aircraft sold during the year,

04.02 the number of all types of aircraft at the end of the year;

Third data on the size of aircraft operated, specifically

03.01 the number of installed passenger seats

03.02 the average maximum load the aircraft tonnes

03.03 the average maximum takeoff weight in tonnes;


Fourth data on the use of aircraft during the year, namely

04.01 Number of aircraft departures in the regular commercial flights

04.02 Number of aircraft departures in the context of irregular commercial flights

04.03 Number of aircraft departures during scheduled and non-scheduled commercial flights
total,

04.04 number of hours flown in the regular commercial flights

05.04 number of hours flown in the context of irregular commercial flights

06.04 number of hours flown through regular and irregular
commercial flights in total,

07.04 the number of aircraft kilometers within regular commercial flights

08.04 the number of aircraft kilometers within the irregular trading
flights

09.04 the number of aircraft kilometers within regular and irregular
commercial flights in total,

4.10 number of offered air days in total;

Fifth data on the number of pilots and co-pilots in the first half and at the end of the year;

6th the total annual cost of the pilot and copilot;

7th data on the number of members of the other flight crew in the middle and at the end of the year
;

8th the total annual cost of the other members of the flight crew;

9th Data on the number of members of the service staff in the middle and at the end of the year
;

10th the total annual cost of operating
members of staff;

11th data on the number of members of staff maintenance and repair broken down
authorized aircraft maintenance engineers and other technical personnel
maintenance and repairs in the middle and at the end of the year;

12th the total annual cost of staff maintenance and repair broken
authorized aircraft maintenance technicians and other personnel
maintenance and repair;

13th Data on numbers of sales and marketing in the first half and at the end of the year
;

14th the total annual cost of staff
sales and marketing;

15th data on the number of all other staff in the middle and at the end of the year
;

16th the total annual cost of all other staff.

B. 4 Domestic airline onward transmission to individual aircraft, to whom shall
manufacturer, model, series and code type of aircraft

First data on the weight of fuel consumed,

Second tonne-kilometer data on realized,

Third data on tonne-kilometers offered,

Fourth data on the proportion of biofuels.

Domestic air carrier transmits the information in points 1-3 in a structured specifically for


- International scheduled traffic

- Irregular international transport, excluding irregular
commercial flights operated by aircraft with a total number of seats for passengers
maximum of 30

- Total international traffic, except for irregular commercial flights
operated by aircraft with a total number of passenger seats a maximum
30

- International scheduled and charter traffic and domestic
scheduled and charter services altogether, except for irregular
commercial flights operated by aircraft with a total number of seats for passengers exceeding the 30th


C. Domestic air carriers operating at least one aircraft with
total number of passenger seats or more than 30
aircraft exclusively for cargo and mail MTOM
more than 10 tons

C. 1 Domestic air carriers operating at least one aircraft with
total number of passenger seats or more than 30
aircraft exclusively for cargo and mail MTOM
more than 10 tonnes passes for commercial air transport

First data on aircraft kilometers

Second data on the number of departures

Third data on hours flown,

Fourth data on the number of passengers carried

Fifth data utilized passenger-kilometers,

6th information about the offered seat kilometers

7th data on the weight of transported cargo,

8th data on the utilization of passengers

9th tonne-kilometer data utilized for passengers (including luggage)

10th data on recovered cargo tonne-kilometers (including expediting)

11th tonne-kilometer data utilized for mail,

12th tonne-kilometer data utilized in total,

13th data on tonne-kilometers offered,

14th data on the mass loading of the aircraft.

Domestic air carrier transmits the data under points 1, 2, 3, 7 and 10 to 13
structured specifically for

- International scheduled traffic


- Domestic services,

- All-cargo international scheduled traffic

- Exclusively on domestic freight transportation,

- International charter traffic

- National irregular transport,

- International all-cargo charter transport

- Exclusively domestic freight irregular transport.

Domestic airline passes in points 4, 5, 6 and 9
structured specifically for

- International scheduled traffic

- Domestic services,

- International charter traffic

- National irregular transport.

Domestic air carrier transmits the data by 8 points in a structured specifically for


- International scheduled traffic

- Domestic services.

Domestic air carrier transmits data according to 14
structured specifically for

- International scheduled traffic

- Domestic services,

- All-cargo international scheduled traffic

- Freight exclusively on domestic services.

C. For two years, other than a fee for domestic air carrier operating
least one aircraft with a total number of passenger seats more than 30
or aircraft exclusively for cargo and mail
with a maximum take-off weight of more than 10 tons onward transmission
commercial air traffic data on hours flown for

First international transportation

Second national transport

Third exclusively international freight transport

Fourth exclusively domestic freight transport.

C. 3 Domestic air carriers operating at least one aircraft with
total number of passenger seats or more than 30
aircraft exclusively for cargo and mail MTOM
more than 10 tons transmits data on initial and final spot trading
flight, specifying the number of passengers, load weight,
mail, all broken down for scheduled and charter air transportation business
.

C. 4 Domestic air carriers operating at least one aircraft with
total number of passenger seats or more than 30
aircraft exclusively for cargo and mail MTOM
more than 10 tonnes passes structured separately for regular and || | unscheduled commercial air transport

First data on current assets and total breakdown on money bills
banks and short-term investments, current accounts and active
bills and other current assets,

Second information on special means total and broken
for investments in associated companies for the purchase of equipment and other
extraordinary means

Third data from one operating property and equipment total and broken aircraft and aviation equipment
owned carrier and construction, and facilities in
owned carriers, including appropriate depreciation reserves

Fourth details of operating assets and equipment breakdown on the aircraft and aviation equipment
long lease of land and buildings, and in the long
lease, including appropriate depreciation reserves

Fifth data on operational landed property

6th data on non-operating property and equipment, including appropriate depreciation
reserves

7th Data on other current assets broken down into deferred debts
intangible assets, investments in associates and other
assets

8th data on total assets,

9th data on short-term liabilities in total and broken down into bank accounts
balances of transportation and outstanding bills, obligations of air transportation and other
current liabilities

10th Data on long-term liabilities total and broken
long-term loans, long-term liabilities from long-term leases, loans from affiliated companies
, reserves and other long-term liabilities

11th Data on deferred liabilities from loans,

12th data on total equity and structured capital,
reserves and retained earnings

13th data on total liabilities and shareholders' equity (the sum of the items below
points 9 to 12)

14th data on the net balance of retained earnings from previous years

15th information on the profit or loss after adjusting for exceptional items
this year,

16th data editing and a total breakdown in the transfer to the reserve fund
bonuses, dividends and similar items and other adjustments


17th data on reserves,

18th data on the net balance of retained earnings from the current year,

19th Data on revenues from regular transport in total and broken down into revenues
for passengers, excess luggage, cargo and express mail and
diplomatic baggage and mail

20th Data on revenues from charter flights in total and broken down
revenue per passenger, excess luggage, cargo (including
express shipments and diplomatic baggage) and mail

21st details of other operating income and total revenues in the division
associated with unscheduled transport and otherwise unclassifiable
other operating income,

22nd data on total operating income,

23rd data on the costs of air traffic in total and broken down into salaries and
costs of aviation personnel, aviation fuel, aircraft insurance,
parts and equipment, aircraft rental and other costs

24th data on the costs of maintenance and repair of aircraft, aircraft parts and equipment
,

25th data on write-offs and repayments, broken down into depreciation aircraft
parts and equipment, hire of aircraft, aircraft parts and equipment
, amortization and repayments of buildings and ground
equipment, and other write-offs and repayments | ||
26th cost data on user fees broken down
airport fees and navigation fees,

27th data on the costs of operating and technical stops between individual sections
flight;

28th data on the costs of passenger services in total and broken down
costs of operating personnel and other costs

29th cost data on ticket sales, advertising and promotion in total and
breakdown of the costs of commissions and other costs

30th information on general and administrative costs

31st details of other operating expenses in total and broken down
costs associated with unscheduled transport and other
otherwise unclassifiable operating expenses

32nd data on total operating costs

33rd data on operating profit or loss

34th Data on interest costs broken down by interest on liabilities and interest on long-term leases
,

35th Data on the capital gain or loss on disposal of equipment and other assets
,

36th data on payments from public funds

37th information on the profit or loss of subsidiaries, parent or otherwise
affiliates

38th data on other non-operational items,

39th data on non-operating items, total

40th information on the profit or loss before tax

41st information on the amount of income tax

42nd information on the profit or loss after tax

43rd data on extraordinary items,

44th information on the profit or loss after adjusting for exceptional items,

45th data utilized passenger-kilometers,

46th information about the offered seat kilometers

47th tonne-kilometer data utilized in total and broken down
Tonne used for passengers (including baggage), cargo (including
hasty), for mail,

48th tonne-kilometer data offered by the breakdown in regular, irregular
commercial air transport and in total.

D. Domestic air carriers operating international scheduled commercial air transport


Domestic air carriers operating international scheduled air transport business
transmits data

First type of aircraft

Second the number of flights

Third the number of seats offered to passengers

Fourth offered a maximum weight load of commercial aircraft

Fifth number of passengers,

6th weight of transported cargo,

7th weight of transported mail.

Domestic air carrier transmits the information in points 1-7
structured separately by the start and end points of a scheduled international flight
business including all operational and technical stops.

E. A provider of air traffic services

E. 1 provider of air traffic services passes

First data on income from the provision of en-route navigation services
breakdown on revenues from en-route navigation charges and other income

Second revenue data for approach and aerodrome control services broken down
income from charges for approach and aerodrome control services and other
income

Third data on subsidies, the

Fourth Data on other income

Fifth Total revenues,


6th Data on expenditure on operation and maintenance (eg. for staff, supplies and services
);

7th data on administrative overhead,

8th data on the costs of depreciation,

9th cost data on interest

10th details of other costs,

11th Data on total expenses,

12th Data on the proportion of the costs of en route air navigation services in total
costs

13th Data on the share of costs for approach and aerodrome control services at
total cost

14th Data on the share of costs other than en route, approach and airport
navigation services the total cost

15th Data on the proportion of the costs of non-flight operations to total
costs

16th data on gross capital investments during the year, particularly for structured
Services Air Traffic Management (ATM), communications, navigation and surveillance
system (CNS), meteorological services (MET)
search and rescue (SAR) and the aeronautical information services (AIS)

17th data on the number of employees in the following categories:

1.17 Air traffic controllers - flight operations,

2.17 Air traffic controllers - other services,

17.3. support flight operations in addition to air traffic controllers,

4.17 technical support

17.5. administration,

17.6. support services

17.7. other employees.

Data on the number of employees in individual categories in points 17.1
up 17.7 shall be submitted separately for structured

- Services Air Traffic Management (ATM)

- Communication, navigation and surveillance systems (CNS)

- Meteorological Services (MET)

- Aeronautical Information Services (AIS)

- Search and rescue (SAR)

- Services Air Traffic Management (ATM), communications, navigation and surveillance systems
(CNS), meteorological services (MET) services
search and rescue (SAR) and the Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) in total,

- Other air navigation services,

- Air navigation service altogether.

Note to point E. 1: If there are no accurate figures, says
estimate the corresponding figure is marked with an asterisk.

E. 2 provider of air traffic services passes

First data on the number of international civilian flights

Second details of national civilian flights

Third Data on the number of other flights

Fourth data on the total number of flights.

The data referred to in paragraph 1 to 4 shall be transmitted by the flight, in the context of
provide air traffic services, always broken down by
Flight Information Regions and Upper Flight Information Regions (FIR / UIR).

Note to point E. 2: If there are no accurate figures, says
estimate the corresponding figure is marked with an asterisk.

II. List of data transmitted by the provider of groundhandling services, airport operators


A. Handling services provider passes for commercial air transportation


First succeeding data on the number of passengers

Second data on the number of passengers came up,

Third Data on the number of succeeding and came up passengers in total,

Fourth data on the number of passengers who are continuing with the same flight number
, as was the flight on which they arrived, the number of the flight and data
initial and final destination of the flight.

Handling services provider transmits information in points 1-4
structured specifically for

- International scheduled traffic

- International charter traffic

- International traffic, total

- Domestic scheduled and charter traffic

- International and domestic transportation,

- Unscheduled commercial flights operated by aircraft with a total number
passenger seats a maximum of 30

B. Handling services provider transmits information according to Section A for further
flights, other than for payment.

C. Provider of ground handling services for onward transmission to individual data points by
A commercial air transport

First flight number,

Second data on initial and final destination of the flight.
Selected provisions of amendments


Article II of Act no. 64/2010 Coll.


Transitional provisions
Art. I, section 5 of § 8i paragraph. 1 shall apply to military aviation personnel
from 1 January 2012.

1) § 8. 3 - Annex no. 8, § 9 - Annex no. 8, § 10 paragraph. 4 -
Annex no. 8, § 12 para. 1 point. c) - Annexes Nos. 2 and 16, § 12 para. 3 -
Annex no. 6, § 15 para. 2 - Annexes Nos. 2 and 6, § 20 par. 3 - Annex

No. 1, § 22 paragraph. 2 - Annex no. 1, § 22 paragraph. 9 - Annex no. 1, § 26 paragraph
. 2 - Annex no. 14, § 39 par. 2 - Annexes no. 14 and 10, § 44 para. 1
- Annex no. 2, § 45 para. 4 - Attachment no. 3, 4, 5, 7 , 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 15
, § 47 para. 2 - Annexes no. 10 and 11, § 53 par. 2 - Appendix.
2, § 55. 4 - Annex no. 13, § 80 paragraph. 2 - Annex no. 18, § 85 paragraph
. 3 - Annex No. 17.

The provisions of the Convention no. 147/1947 Coll., On International Civil Aviation,
amended by Decree no. 29/1957 Coll., Are available at the Ministry of Transport and Communications
and the Civil Aviation Authority.

1) § 45 of the Act no. 500/2004 Coll., Administrative Procedure.

2) Convention no. 147/1947 Coll., As amended by Decree no. 29/1957 Coll. - Attachments
no. 6, 8 and 16

3) Convention no. 147/1947 Coll., As amended by Decree no. 29/1957 Coll. - Annex
no. 8th

3) Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 216/2008 of 20
February 2008 on common rules in the field of civil aviation and
establishing a European Aviation Safety Agency, and repealing || | Council Directive 91/670 EEC, Regulation (EC) no. 1592/2002 and Directive
2004/36 / EC.

4) Convention no. 147/1947 Coll., As amended by Decree no. 29/1957 Coll. - Attachments
no. 6, 8 and 10

4a) Article. 3 paragraph. 3 of Council Regulation (EEC) No. 95/93 of 18 January 1993 on
common rules for the allocation of slots at Community airports
.

5) For example Act no. 133/1985 Coll., On Fire Protection, as amended
, Convention no. 147/1947 Coll., As amended by Decree no. 29/1957 Coll
.

6) Convention no. 147/1947 Coll., As amended by Decree no. 29/1957 Coll. - Attachments
no. 2, 3, 6 and 11

7) Act no. 114/1992 Coll., On nature and landscape protection, as amended
.

8) Act no. 254/2001 Coll., On waters and amending some laws (
Water Act), as amended.

8a) Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/30 / EC of 26 March 2002
rules and procedures for the introduction of operating restrictions
reduce noise at Community airports.

8b) Act no. 258/2000 Coll., On protection of public health and amending
some related laws, as amended.

Decree no. 148/2006 Coll., On health protection against adverse
effects of noise and vibration.

9) Decree no. 147/1999 Coll., And abolition of
certain cultural monuments the national cultural monuments.

10) For example Act no. 114/1992 Coll., As amended,
Act no. 258/2000 Coll., On protection of public health and amending some
related laws, as amended, law no. 254/2001
Coll., as amended.

11) Act no. 239/2000 Coll., On the integrated rescue system and amending
certain laws, as amended.

11a) Convention no. 147/1947 Coll., On international civil aviation, as amended
- Appendix 17.

11c) of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1008/2008 of 24
September 2008 on common rules for the operation of air services in
Community (recast).

13a) Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 785/2004 of 21
April 2004 on insurance requirements for air carriers and aircraft operators
.

14) Act no. 216/2002 Coll., On protection of state borders of the Czech Republic and
amending some laws (the State Border Protection), as amended
Act no. 481/2004 Coll.

15) Act no. 239/2000 Coll., On the integrated rescue system and amending
certain laws, as amended.

16) Act no. 240/2000 Coll., On crisis management and amending certain laws
(Crisis Act), as amended.

17) Council Directive 96/67 / EC of 15 October 1996 on market access
groundhandling services at Community airports.

Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/30 / EC of 26 March 2002
on the rules and procedures for the introduction of operating restrictions to reduce airport noise
Community.

Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2003/42 / EC of 13 June 2003
occurrence reporting in civil aviation.

18) Decree no. 430/2006 Coll., On the
geodetic reference systems and state map series obligatory for the country and
principles of their use.


19) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 550/2004 of 10
March 2004 on the provision of air navigation services in the single European sky
(the service provision Regulation).

20) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1108/2009 of 21
October 2009 amending Regulation (EC) no. 216/2008 in the field of aerodromes, air traffic management
and air navigation services and repealing
Directive 2006/23 / EC.

Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) no. 996/2010 of 20 October
2010 on the investigation and prevention of accidents and incidents in civil aviation and
repealing Directive 94/56 / EC.

Commission Regulation (EU) no. 805/2011 of 10 August 2011
down detailed rules for the granting of licenses and certificates
some air traffic controllers in accordance with Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council
(EC) no. 216/2008.