Third Regulation Of Operating Regulations For Aviation Equipment (Equipment And Operation Of The Aviation Equipment Outside Of Air Carriers)

Original Language Title: Dritte Durchführungsverordnung zur Betriebsordnung für Luftfahrtgerät (Ausrüstung und Betrieb des Luftfahrtgerätes außerhalb von Luftfahrtunternehmen)

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Third regulation of operating regulations for aviation equipment (equipment and operation of the aviation equipment outside of air carrier) (3rd DV LuftBO) 3 DV LuftBO Ausfertigung date: 19.03.2009 full quotation: "third implementing regulation to the operation order for aviation equipment (equipment and operation of the aviation equipment outside of air carriers) by March 19, 2009 (BAnz. (2009 Nr. 48 S. 1139), by article 1 of the Decree of April 8, 2010 (BAnz. 2010 No. 58, 1351) has been modified "status: amended by art. 1 V v. 8.4.2010 BAnz. No. 58, 1351 for more information on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from: 28.3.2009 +++) input formula on the basis of § 32 paragraph 1 sentence 1 number 1, paragraph 3 sentence 2 and 3 and paragraph 4 number 1 of the air transport act as amended by the notice of May 10, 2007 (BGBl. I p. 698) in conjunction with article 56 of the operational rules for aviation equipment by March 4, 1970 (BGBl. I p. 262) , last by article 1, point 12 of the Decree of 29 July 1998 (BGBl. I S. 1989) is changed, prescribed the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt: table of contents section 1 General provisions § 1 scope section 2 equipment of aircraft under section 1 all air vehicles article 2 equipment for flights under instrument flight rules § 3 equipment for flights under instrument flight rules over the North Atlantic section 4 equipment for flights in airspace with diminished height differentiation (reduced vertical separation minimum) , RVSM) § 5 equipment for flights under visual flight rules § 6 equipment for controlled flights to visual flight rules section 7 equipment of gliders for cloud flights section 8 other equipment § 9 knockout holes § 10 navigational and radio equipment § 11 oxygenation § 12 equipment for flights over land - emergency equipment under section 2 aircraft article 13 equipment for flights over water - water aircraft § 14 equipment for flights over water - land aircraft § 15 equipment for flights over water - all aircraft article 16 beacon article 17 § 18 cockpit voice recorder flight data recorder system § 19 ground proximity warning system section 20 Mach number indicator § 21 Bordseitige collision protection system under section 3 helicopter section 22 equipment for flights over water - emergency float systems § 23 equipment for flights over water - emergency equipment section 24 equipment for flights over water - beacon section 25 equipment for flights over land - beacon section 26 voice recorder for the cockpit section 27 flight data recorder system under section 4 rules of procedure section 28 exemptions section 3 flight operations section 29 causing simulated risk States article 30 towing launches § 31 operating minima § 32 alternate aerodromes section 33 fuel supplies - aircraft article 34 fuel supplies - helicopter section 4 final provisions article 35 entry into force , Except entry into force section 1 General provisions article 1 scope this Regulation applies to the equipment and the operation of the aviation equipment approved according to the rules of air traffic approval regulations for the transport. This Regulation shall not apply for aviation equipment for the commercial transport of persons and things.
Section 2 equipment of aircraft under section 1 all air vehicles article 2 equipment for flights to instrument flight rules (to article 20, paragraph 1 LuftBO) (1) powered aircraft that are flown under instrument flight rules, are to be equipped as follows: 1 a double tax, if the aircraft is to lead and operate according to the rules of the operational rules for aviation unit of two leaders of the aircraft, and 2 flight monitoring devices, which for the safe management and operation of the aircraft are required , but at least with: a) a trip meter plant, which is protected against freezing and condensation, b) two barometric altimeter systems, including a fine altimeter, c) a variometer, d) a rate gyro, e) a magnetic compass, f) a gyro horizon, g) a ticket lot display, h) an outside air thermometer, i) a turn indicator, or an additional gyro horizon, which regardless are powered by the energy source of the gyro horizon required under letter f, j) a PM large seconds hand with stop device , k) a lighting system for all instruments and control devices, which are required for the safe control of the aircraft, l) a display unit for the proper function of the energy supply of centrifugal devices and m) an electric handlamp for each Member of the crew, which is independent of the onboard power supply.
(2) helicopters are to equip pilots ever written f and g with an artificial horizon and an extra artificial horizon by way of derogation from the letter.

§ 3 equipment for instrument flight rules over the North Atlantic flights (to article 20 paragraph 1 LuftBO) (1) aircraft equipped for instrument flight rules over the North Atlantic flights in addition to the equipment according to § 2 with two long-range navigation systems in the following limited air space be: between flight level 275 and flight level 400 in 1 in the East by the Eastern limits of the Santa Maria Oceanic control districts, Shanwick Oceanic and Reykjavik , 2nd in the North by the geographic North Pole, 3rd in the West - North of the geographical latitude 38 ° 30'N - and by the Western boundaries of the control districts of Reykjavík, Gander Oceanic and New York Oceanic - South of the geographic latitude of 38 ° 30 'N - longitude 60 ° W in New York Oceanic control district and 4th in the South - East of longitude 60 ° W - 27 ° N latitude and - West of 60 ° W Meridian West from Washington--from the geographical latitude 38 ° 30' N.
(2) each of the two long-range navigation systems can display continuously the position of the aircraft crew and consist of: 1. an inertial navigation system, or 2. a global navigation satellite system (GNSS)-receiving system.
(3) the Federal Aviation Authority a proof is to prove that this equipment allows the following accuracy of navigation: 1 the standard deviation of the lateral course error 6.3 miles must not exceed 2. the proportion of the total flight time, the air vehicle is 30 nautical miles or more outside of the assigned course over ground is located, must be less than 5.3 x 10-4 (less than an hour in some 2 000 flight hours) , 3. the proportion of the total flight time, the aircraft is between 50 and 70 nautical miles outside of the assigned course over ground, must be less than 13 x 10-5 amount (less than an hour in about 8 000 flight hours).
(4) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 the equipment of the aircraft with only a long-range navigation system is permitted according to paragraph 2 or paragraph 6 in addition to the equipment referred to in paragraph 2 when flights are operated under instrument flight rules only between the northern part of Great Britain or Ireland on the one hand and North-Eastern Canada on the other hand over Iceland and Greenland in airspace established pursuant to paragraph 1.
(5) an additional equipment referred to in paragraph 2 there is no need for flights under instrument flight rules and from Iceland on the routes established by the navigation beacon of 1 Flesland, Myggenaes and Ingolfshofdi or 2nd Sumburgh, Akraberg and Myggenaes.
(6) the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt can approve others required navigation equipment as equipment than that in paragraph 2, if this equipment has the navigation accuracy according to paragraph 3.

§ 4 equipment for flights in airspace with diminished height scale (reduced vertical separation minimum, RVSM) (to article 20, paragraph 1 LuftBO) (1) aircraft must for flights under instrument flight rules in airspace with reduced height scale (RVSM airspace) with 1 two independent altimeter systems, 2. a secondary radar response unit (transponder) automatic altitude reporting, 3. an altitude warning system equipped with and 4. a flight controller with altitude hold and as aircraft group (group aircraft) or as a single aircraft (non-group aircraft) the applicable airworthiness standards meet and be appropriately approved.
(2) the equipment must meet following requirements referred to in paragraph 1 in for admission as aircraft group: 1 the average error of the altimeter system (mean altrimetry system error; ASE) 80-foot under normal operating conditions laid down in the technical documentation of the pattern approval authority may and in all other operating conditions exceed 120 feet.
2. the average error of the altimeter system plus the triple standard deviation allowed under the normal operating conditions laid down in the technical documentation of the pattern approval authority 200 feet and under all other operating conditions exceed 245 feet.
(3) for the admission of an individual aircraft, the average error of the altimeter system of the equipment must 160 foot referred to in paragraph 1 under the normal operating conditions laid down in the technical documentation of the pattern approval authority and in all other operating conditions exceed 200 feet.
(4) for the certification of aircraft referred to in paragraph 2 and 3, the flight altitude hold controller must ensure that the deviation from the selected altitude is upward and down no more than 65 feet.

§ 5 equipment for flights under visual flight rules (to article 20, paragraph 1 LuftBO) (1) for flights under visual flight rules day motor-powered aircraft are to be equipped as follows: 1. a magnetic compass, 2. a fine barometric altimeter, 3. a drive blade plant and 4 a clock with seconds.
(2) for flights under visual flight rules at night motor-powered aircraft are in addition to the equipment referred to in paragraph 1 to be equipped as follows: 1.
a flight situation indicator (artificial horizon) for each prescribed pilots, 2. a ticket lot display, 3. a rate gyro, 4. a variometer, 5. a landing lights, 6 lighting systems for the passenger rooms, 7 an electric hand lamp for each crew member, which is independent from the on-board power supply and 8 lighting of all flight instruments necessary for the safe operation of the, 9 aircraft with an outside air thermometer and 10 aircraft with a display unit for the proper function of the energy supply of centrifugal devices.

§ 6 equipment for controlled flights under visual flight rules (to article 20 paragraph 1 LuftBO) for controlled flights under visual flight rules in airspace established for this purpose by the competent air traffic control organisation motor-powered aircraft are in addition to the equipment according to § 5 paragraph 1 be equipped as follows: 1. a rate gyro, 2. a variometer, 3. a turn indicator or a gyro horizon, and 4. a ticket slot display.

§ 7 equipment of gliders for cloud flights (to article 20, paragraph 1 LuftBO) for cloud flights, gliders are equipped as follows: 1. a sheath knife, 2. an altimeter, 3. a turn and slip indicator, 4. indicator a magnetic compass and 5 a variometer.

§ 8 planes and helicopters are other equipment (to sections 19 to 22 LuftBO) to equip the rest always as follows: 1 an easily accessible first-aid kit, at least DIN 13164, issue January 1998, meets, 2. a portable fire-extinguisher in the cockpit and in each cabin, if it is not easy to reach by the crew, 3 current and appropriate according to the operating mode maps for the planned flight path, and possible alternative routes , 4. documents on measures and signals that control military or police aircraft to apply LuftVO are pursuant to article 21, paragraph 4, 5. a sufficient number of spare fuses, if fuses in the cockpit are used.

§ 9 knockout holes (to article 19 paragraph 1 number 2 LuftBO) (1) when on an aircraft from outside aufbrechbare rescue openings (knockout holes) according to the instructions of the manufacturer of the aircraft to rescue the occupants in an emergency for the rescue forces from the outside are attached, are these areas as below represented to mark. The markings must be red or yellow and have a white outline, if necessary, to stand out from the background.
(2) if the marks of the corner of a breakthrough area are more than two metres apart, intermediate marks must be added nine centimetres x 3 cm with the dimensions, so that no more than two meters between two adjacent marks.

§ 10 navigational and radio equipment (§ 20 LuftBO) air vehicles must be fitted with a navigational and radio equipment, which allows to make the flight in accordance with the rules laid down by the competent air traffic control organisation and conditions and according to the instructions of the air traffic control.

§ 11 oxygen supply (to article 21, paragraph 2 LuftBO) (1) the required to be carried oxygen supply depends on the altitude, the duration of the flight at certain altitudes and according to the number of persons on board.
(2) flights at cabin pressure altitudes of more than 3 600 meters (12 000 feet) may be carried only if the amount of oxygen supply on board is sufficient as follows: 1. supply of all crew members, as well as 10% of the passengers if the flight time exceeds 30 minutes in a cabin pressure altitude of 3 600 meters (12 000 feet), and 2. supply of all crew members and passengers for the entire time at cabin pressure altitudes of more than 4 000 metres (13 000 feet).
(3) the pilot has to ensure that the necessary oxygen supply on board available.
(4) all flight crew members who are entrusted with the execution of activities for a safe flight operations, at all times consecutively can be supplied with oxygen.
(5) the cabin pressure altitude is the altitude above normal null to aircraft without a pressurized cabin.

Article 12 equipment for flights over land - emergency equipment (to article 21, paragraph 1 LuftBO) a State in whose airspace the flight should occur, designates land areas in its aeronautical information publication (AIP - aeronautical information publication), where the execution of the search and rescue service is particularly difficult or not possible, are aircraft with signal and tools, as well as emergency supplies to equip. The aid and emergency supplies must be suitable to receive the persons under the conditions to be expected in life. Nature and extent must comply with the regulations issued by the authorities of the State overflown.
Subsection 2 aircraft article 13 equipment for flights over water - water aircraft (to article 21, paragraph 1 LuftBO) (1) seaplanes with equipment, which is required for mooring, anchoring and maneuvering of the aircraft on the water, to equip are for flights over water.
(2) if the Member State in whose airspace the flight should be performed, requires it, are the aircraft with the equipment prescribed by the international regulations for preventing collisions at sea for generating acoustic signals to equip.
(3) for each person, a life jacket with a light to locate is carrying. Each life jacket is to accommodate, that it is easily accessible from the seat or from the bed of the person for which it is intended.
(4) water aircraft within the meaning of this provision are also amphibians, as far as they are operated as a seaplane.

§ 14 equipment for flights over water - land aircraft (to article 21, paragraph 1 LuftBO) (1) when single engine land aircraft over water flights the distance from the nearest coast is greater than the corresponding sliding distance, is to carry a life jacket for each person with a light for the location. Each life jacket is to accommodate, that it is easily accessible from the seat or from the bed of the person for which it is intended.
(2) land aircraft are also amphibians within the meaning of this provision, as long as they are operated as landplanes.

§ 15 equipment for flights over water - all aircraft (to article 21, paragraph 1 LuftBO) (1) for flights over water, where, suitable areas of land to make the emergency landing are more than 93 km (50 nautical miles) away from the aircraft, is to carry a life jacket for each person with a light for the location. Each life jacket is to accommodate, that it is easily accessible from the seat or from the bed of the person for which it is intended.
(2) single-engine aircraft may only be operated on flights over water, if suitable areas of land to make the emergency landing are not more than 185 km (100 nautical miles) from the aircraft.
(3) twins air vehicles that can continue their flight with a failed engine may be operated only on flights over water, if suitable areas of land to make the emergency landing are not more than 370 km (200 nautical miles) from the aircraft.
(4) the distances be exceeded pursuant to paragraphs 2 or 3, is a sufficient number of life rafts to the recording of all air passenger carrying. The liferafts are to equipped with survival gear taking the route to be flown and to accommodate, that they are easily accessible in case of emergency.

§ 16 emergency transmitter (to section 22 LuftBO) (1) for flights abroad all aircraft with at least one emergency transmitter must be from 1 October 2009 equipped, which can send on 121,5 MHz and 406 megahertz.
(2) as from 1 January 2010, all aircraft with at least one emergency transmitter (ELT) referred to in paragraph 1 must be fitted.
(3) aircraft, to be approved for the first time after 1 October 2009 to the traffic must be equipped with an automatic emergency stations which can send on 121,5 MHz and 406 megahertz.

§ 17 the cockpit voice recorder (to section 22 LuftBO) (1) aeroplanes with a maximum take-off mass of over 27 000 kg that since for the first time to transport have been admitted January 1, 1987, must be equipped with a cockpit voice recorder.
(2) the sound recording is used for storage traffic, the conversations and the sounds inside the cockpit.
(3) the cockpit voice recorder must save at least the data recorded during the last 30 minutes of operation of the plant.
(4) the recording time for sound recording equipment in aircraft with a maximum take-off mass of more than 5 700 kg, to be approved for the first time after 1 October 2009 to the traffic must be at least two hours.

§ 18 flight data recorder system (to section 22 LuftBO) (1) aeroplanes with a maximum take-off mass of over 27 000 kg that on or after January 1, 1989 for the first time been allowed to transport, must be equipped with a flight data recorder of the type I.
(2) aeroplanes with a maximum take-off mass of more than 5 700 kg, which for the first time are approved after January 1, 2005 for the traffic, must be equipped with a flight data recorder of the type IA.
(3) the flight data recorder must save at least the data recorded during the last 25 hours of operation of the plant.
(4) the flight data recorder must be switched off during the flight.
(5) in the case of the use of digital data connections with a ground-based site, aircraft, for which a cockpit voice recorder is required under section 17 and to be approved for the first time after 1 October 2009 to the traffic must be equipped with a flight data recorder, which records the data exchanged via data connection.
(6) in the case of the use of digital data connections with a ground-based site all aircraft for which a cockpit voice recorder is required under section 17, must be from 1 January 2013 equipped with a flight data recorder, which records the data exchanged via data connection.

Section 19 ground proximity warning system (to section 22 LuftBO) from October 1, 2009 propelled aircraft with a maximum take-off mass of over 5 700 kg or a highest approved passenger seat number by more than nine with a ground proximity warning system (TAWS class B) class B must be equipped if they haven't already with a ground proximity warning system (GPWS) are fitted.

Article 20 Mach number display (to section 22 LuftBO) aeroplanes with compressibility do not appear on the prescribed driving knives must be equipped with a Mach number indicator.

§ 21 Bordseitige collision protection system (to section 22 LuftBO) propelled aircraft with a maximum take-off mass of over 5 700 kg, or with a number of passenger seats by more than nineteen are with an on-board collision protection system, in terms of performance requirements which at least class II (ACAS II) is to equip.
Subsection 3 helicopter section 22 equipment for flights over water - emergency float systems (to article 21, paragraph 1 LuftBO) following helicopter used for flights over water, must be equipped with a permanently deployed or quickly deployable emergency float systems: 1 multi-engine helicopters when flying over water at a distance to the land, which is equivalent to a flight distance of more than ten minutes at normal cruising speed, or 2 single-engine helicopter flights over water beyond a distance to the country , which can be done in auto rotation flight or allows a safe emergency landing.

Article 23 equipment for flights over water - emergency equipment (to article 21, paragraph 1 LuftBO) (1) helicopter may only be used for flights over water, if there is a life jacket with a light to the location for each person on board. This must be so located that it is easily accessible from the seat or the bed of the person for which it is intended.
(2) helicopter, which carry out flights over water pursuant to § 22, are equipped in addition with the following emergency equipment: 1 life rafts or inflatable boats in sufficient number for the inclusion of all persons of who are equipped and so stowed with a survival kit, including life-sustaining resources, depending on the route, that it is possible to have a rapid deployment in an emergency.
2. pyrotechnic Notsignalmittel.

§ 24 equipment for flights over water - emergency transmitters (to article 21, paragraph 1 LuftBO) as of October 1, 2009, all helicopter flights over water must be equipped according to § 22 with at least one automatic emergency transmitter and a beacon in the raft or the life vest. The beacon can send on the frequencies 121,5 MHz and 406 megahertz.

§ 25 equipment for flights over land - beacon (§ 21 paragraph 1 LuftBO) (1) for flights abroad all helicopter with at least one automatic emergency transmitter must be from 1 October 2009 equipped, which can send on 121,5 MHz and 406 megahertz.
(2) as from 1 January 2010, all helicopter with at least one automatic emergency transmitter must be equipped, which can send on 121,5 MHz and 406 megahertz.

Article 26 the cockpit voice recorder (to section 22 LuftBO) (1) helicopter with a maximum takeoff weight of more than 7 000 kilograms who on or after January 1, 1987 for the first time were admitted to the traffic, must be equipped with a cockpit voice recorder.
(2) for helicopters without the flight data recorder, also at least the main rotor speed must be recorded.
(3) the cockpit voice recorder must save at least the data recorded during the last 30 minutes of operation of the plant.
(4) the recording time for sound recording equipment in helicopters, which for the first time been allowed to after 1 October 2009 the traffic, must be at least two hours.

§ 27 flight data recorder system (to section 22 LuftBO) (1) helicopter with a maximum takeoff weight of more than 7 000 kg, which for the first time are approved after January 1, 1989 for the traffic, must be equipped with a flight data recorder of the type IV.
(2) helicopter with a maximum takeoff weight of more than 3 180 kilograms, which for the first time are approved after January 1, 2005 for the traffic, must be equipped with a flight data recorder of the type IV A.
(3) the flight data recorder must save at least the data recorded during the last ten hours of operation of the plant.
(4) the flight data recorder must be switched off during the flight.
(5) in the case of the use of digital data connections with a ground-based site, helicopter, for which a voice recorder for the cockpit is prescribed pursuant to section 26 and to be approved for the first time after 1 October 2009 to the traffic must be equipped with a flight data recorder, which records the data exchanged via data connection.
(6) in the case of the use of digital data connections with a ground-based site all helicopters, for which a voice recorder for the cockpit is prescribed pursuant to section 26 must be from 1 January 2013 equipped with a flight data recorder, which records the data exchanged via data connection.
Subsection 4 rules of procedure article 28 exemptions (1) that can Luftfahrt-Bundesamt in justified cases upon request temporary derogations from the provisions of § 8 number 1 and number 2, sections 16 to 20 of sections 24 to 27 for a period of no longer than 12 months grant.
(2) the exemption can be linked to requirements.
(3) the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt can in individual cases by the provisions of § 8 number 1 and number 2, sections 16 to 20 of sections 24 to 27 an exemption beyond the period referred to in paragraph 1 provide for a) aircraft, whose Konstruktion is for an additional equipment with the prescribed equipment not suitable or b) aircraft, which are operated in special modes (aerobatics, circuit operation) , if it is ensured that the flight without the prescribed equipment can be performed safely.
Section 3 flight operations section 29 causing simulated risk conditions (§ 3 paragraph 1 LuftBO) simulated risk conditions and thus any deliberate deviation from the normal operation of an aircraft may be brought only then, if other than crew members good on board are neither passengers nor dangerous.

Article 30 tow launch (§ 2 LuftBO) aircraft may be leaders only tow gliders or motor sailer, which are not equipped with a bow clutch, by other aircraft at the start, they have conducted at least five tow launches within the last six months.

Article 31 operating minima (to article 34 LuftBO) (1) a flight to a landing site must not be continued, if not the minimum operating conditions match the last received weather information about the landing area or at least an alternative landing site for the estimated time of arrival.
(2) the applicable minimum operating conditions for the landing should not be less than.

§ 32 alternate aerodrome (to section 29 LuftBO) (1) to the definition of alternate aerodrome for a flight may according to instrument flight rules are waived if according to the latest available weather information for the period of two hours before at least following up two hours after the estimated time of arrival at the landing site or the current start time up to two hours after the estimated time of arrival at the landing site weather conditions prevail: 1. ceiling : a) for aircraft: 300 m (1 000 ft), b) for helicopter: 120 meters (400 feet) above the respective minimum of the applicable instrument approach procedure, 2. vision: a) for aircraft: 4 km, b) for helicopters: 1.5 kilometers above the relevant minimum of the applicable instrument approach procedure.
(2) for aeroplanes a lump-sum value can be used by way of derogation from the conditions of paragraph 1 number 2(a) of 5.5 kilometers.

§ 33 fuel supplies - aircraft (to section 29 LuftBO) (1) a flight under instrument flight rules without planning an alternate aerodrome the fuel quantity on board must allow for the flight to the planned landing site and a more flight time of 45 minutes.
(2) for a flight under instrument flight rules with planning an alternate aerodrome the fuel quantity on board must allow the flight to the planned landing area and then the flight to the alternate aerodrome, as well as a more flight time of 45 minutes.
(3) in the calculation of payable with fuel following circumstances taken into account are: track requirements expected to 1 forecast of meteorological conditions, 2. and delays caused by the air traffic control unit, 3.
for flights under instrument flight rules at least an instrument approach including an incorrect approach procedure at the landing site, 4. pressure loss in the cabin, if there is a pressurized cabin, or failure of an engine on the flight line, 5. other circumstances, a delay the landing or increase fuel consumption result have.

Section 34 fuel supplies - helicopter (to section 29 LuftBO) (1) for a flight according to visual flight rules the fuel quantity on board must allow the flight to the planned helicopter airfield and a more flight time of 20 minutes at a flying speed for the best range plus 10% of the scheduled flight time.
(2) for a flight under instrument flight rules without planning an alternate aerodrome the to leading with on board fuel quantities must allow the following: 1 the flight to the planned helicopter airfield, 2 more 30 minutes flight time with the speed for a waiting process at an altitude of 450 m (1 500 ft) above the landing area and 3. the implementation of the procedure of the approach and landing.
(3) for a flight under instrument flight rules with planning an alternate aerodrome the to leading with on board fuel quantities must allow the following: 1. the flight to the planned helicopter airfield approach procedures and faulty procedures, 2. the flight to the alternate aerodromes in accordance with flight schedule, 3. implementation of the approach procedure and landing more 30 minutes flight time with the speed for a waiting process at an altitude of 450 m (1 500 ft) above the alternate aerodrome and 4.
(4) no suitable alternative landing site exists for a flight, the fuel quantities must allow to the landing area and in addition two hours at the speed provided by the flight manual and the relevant air navigation service provider for a waiting process the flight.
(5) in the case of the calculation of payable with fuel following circumstances taken into account are: 1 forecast of weather conditions, distances requirements to be expected 2. and delays caused by the air traffic control unit, 3. for flights under instrument flight rules at least an instrument approach including a false approach procedure on the landing pad and 4. other circumstances that have a landing delay or increase fuel consumption result.
Section 4 final provisions article 35 entry into force, expiry (1) this regulation enter into force on the day after the announcement.
(2)