Second implementing regulation on the Regulation for the examination of aeronautical equipment (airworthiness requirements for aeronautical equipment)

Original Language Title: Zweite Durchführungsverordnung zur Verordnung zur Prüfung von Luftfahrtgerät (Lufttüchtigkeitsforderungen für Luftfahrtgerät)

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Second implementing regulation on the Regulation on the testing of aeronautical equipment (airworthiness requirements for aeronautical equipment) (2). DV LuftGerPV)

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2. DV LuftGerPV

Date of completion: 03.02.2000

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" Second implementing regulation concerning the Regulation on the testing of aeronautical equipment (airworthiness claims for aeronautical equipment) of 3 February 2000 (BAnz. 58 p. 4897), as last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 12 December 2014 (BAnz. 2014, AT 23.12.2014 V2) has been amended "

Status: Last modified by Art. 1 V v. 12.12.2014 BAnz, AT 23.12.2014 V2

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Pursuant to Section 32 (4), first sentence, No. 1 and Section 3, sentence 3 of the Air Transport Act, as amended by the March 27, 1999 Notice (BGBl. 550) in conjunction with Section 21 of the Aviation Equipment Examination Regulation (LuftGerPV) of 3 August 1998 (BGBl. I p. 2010, 2011), the Federal Aviation Office (Bundesamt) is responsible for: Unofficial table of contents

§ 1 Airworthiness requirements (building regulations)

For the examination of airworthiness in accordance with § 1 para. 2 LuftGerPV are
1.
for category aeroplanes
a)
Transport aircraft the "Joint Aviation Requirements-Large Aeroplanes (JAR-25)" in the version of the 1. October 2000 ("change 15"), and the "Joint Aviation Requirements-All Weather Operations (JAR-AWO)" as amended on 1 August 1996 ("change 2"),
b)
Normal, useful, acrobatics and feeder aircraft the "Joint Aviation Requirements-Normal, Utility, Aerobatic and Commuter Categorie Aeroplanes (JAR-23)" of 11 March 1994,
c)
Single aircraft, the 'Joint Aviation Requirements-Very Light Aeroplanes (JAR-VLA)' of 26 April 1990, as last amended by the supplement ("orange paper") VLA/92/1 of 1 January 1992;
2.
for rotary wing of the category
a)
"Joint Aviation Requirements-Small Rotorcraft (JAR-27)" of 6 September 1993, as last amended by the supplement ("orange paper") 27/98/1 of 16 February 1998,
b)
Transport lathes, the "Joint Aviation Requirements-Large Rotorcraft (JAR-29)" of 5 November 1993, as last amended by the supplement ("orange paper") 29/98/1 of 16 February 1998,
3.
For gliders and sailors, the "Airworthiness requirements for sailplanes and motor sailers (JAR-22), Amendment 6 of 1 August 2001 (NfL II-29/02)",
4.
(dropped)
5.
for air vessels of the category
a)
Normal, commercial and feeder airships "Airworthiness requirements for air ships of the Normal and Feeder Category (LFLS)" of 3 August 1999 (NfL II-103/99, NfL II-25/01),
b)
Hot-air airships the "Airworthiness Requirements for Hot Air Airships (LFHLLS)" of 30. October 1997 (BAnz. 13 594),
c)
Transport "Transport Airship Requirements (TAR)" of March 2000 (NfL II-22/01),
6.
for manned balloons of the category
a)
Hot air balloon the "Airworthiness requirements for hot air balloons (LFHB)" of 23 February 1982 (BAnz. 43 of 4 March 1982),
b)
Gas balloons the "Airworthiness requirements for manned gas balloons (LFGB)" of 20 September 1993 (BAnz. 9286),
c)
The "Airworthiness Requirements for Tied Gas Balloons for Personnel Transport (LFFB)" of 12 August 1997 (BAnz. 10 469),
7.
For air sports equipment of the category
a)
motor-driven, aerodynamically controlled ultra-light aircraft the "airworthiness requirements for aerodynamically controlled ultralight aircraft" of 30 January 2003 (NfL II-17/03),
b)
heavy-power-controlled ultra-light aircraft
aa)
"Airworthiness requirements for heavy-power ultralight aircraft design: Trike and foot-start UL" of 3 February 2005 (NfL II-22/05),
bb)
"Airworthiness requirements for heavy-power ultralight aircraft type: motor-shade and motor shields" of 3 February 2005 (NfL II-23/05),
c)
Suspended derailleds and paragliders for the "Airworthiness requirements for hang gliders and gliding sails" of 17 December 2009 (NfL II-91/09), as amended by the notice on the amendment of "Airworthiness requirements for hang gliders and gliding sails" of the 24 July 2014 (NfL 2-55-14) and 22nd August 2014 (NfL 2-60-14),
d)
"Airworthiness requirements for diving parachute systems" of 7 February 2000 (NfL II-24/2000, NfL II-20/03),
e)
Air-sports rescue equipment (NfL II-122/99), the "airworthiness requirements for rescue equipment for ultralight aircraft" of 30 September 1999 (NfL II-122/99),
f)
Ultra-light aircraft in the design of rotary wing aircraft (helicopters), as amended by the Notice of Amendment of the Notice of 26 September 2001 (NfL II-89/01), amended by the Notice of "Construction requirements for Ultralight helicopters (single-engined)" of 12 February 2009 (NfL II-13/09) and by the notice of the amendment of the Notice of Construction Regulations for Ultralight Support Screwers (single-engined) of 18 February 2009. October 2012 (NfL II-67/12),
g)
aerodynamic controlled air sports equipment with a maximum permissible laden mass of up to 120 kg "Announcement of airworthiness requirements for aerodynamically controlled air sports equipment up to 120 kg of empty mass (not motorized or motorized)" of 22 March 2012 (NfL II-23/12),
8.
for flight models of the category
a)
Remote-controlled aircraft models 'airworthiness requirements for remote-controlled surface-to-fly models with a maximum mass of more than 25 kg and up to 150 kg' of 2 March 2011 (NfL II-21/11),
b)
Remote-controlled, unmanned model hot-air balloons "airworthiness requirements for remote-controlled, unmanned model-hot-air balloons with a maximum starting mass of more than 25 kg and up to 150 kg" of 2 March 2011 (NfL II-22/11),
c)
Remote-controlled model helicopters 'airworthiness requirements for remote-controlled model helicopters with a maximum mass of more than 25 kg and up to 150 kg' of 2 March 2011 (NfL II-23/11),
d)
Remote-controlled model airships "airworthiness requirements for remote-controlled model-airships with a maximum starting mass of more than 25 kg and up to 150 kg" of 2 March 2011 (NfL II-24/11),
9.
for aircraft engines, the "Joint Aviation Requirements-Engines (JAR-E)", as amended on 15 August 1999 ("change 10"),
10.
for propellers, the "Joint Aviation Requirements-Propellers (JAR-P)" in the version of 22. October 1987 ("change 7"), as last amended by the supplement ("orange paper") P/96/1 of 8 August 1996,
11.
for other aeronautical equipment
a)
the provisions referred to in Article 1 (1) (11) of the Air Traffic Authorisation Order;
b)
the "Joint Aviation Requirements-Auxiliary Power Units (JAR-APU)", as amended on 26 September 1983 ("change 2"), as last amended by the supplement ("orange paper") APU/96/1 of 8 August 1996,
c)
The "Airworthiness requirements for tow couplings" of 4 August 1976 (BAnz. OJ No 148 of 11 August 1976),
d)
The National Technical Standards announced in NfL II-39/01, II-60/01, II-73/01, II-77/01, II-87/01, II-25/02, II-78/02, II-101/02, II-19/03 and II-29/03,
to be used as airworthiness requirements *). This is without prejudice to the definition of individual additional requirements according to "Certification Procedures For Aircraft and Related Products and Parts (JAR-21)".
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The Joint Aviation Requirements (JAR) can be obtained through the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA). The address is: PO Box 3000, Saturnusstraat 8-10, 2130KA Hoofddorp, The Netherlands.
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§ 2 External force

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§ 3 Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the day after the date of delivery.