Government Regulation No. 3 Of 2001

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 3 Tahun 2001

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 9, 2001 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4075) GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 3 in 2001 ABOUT the SAFETY and SECURITY of the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, FLIGHTS, Considering: a. that in Act No. 15 of 1992 about the flight, has been set up provisions regarding the safety and security of flights;
.,, b. that to implement the provisions referred to in letter a, the perceived need to set provisions regarding flight safety and security with government regulations;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the 1945 Constitution as amended by the second amendment of the Constitution of 1945;
., ,2. Act No. 20 in 1982 about the fine points of defence of the Republic of Indonesia State security (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 51 in 1982, an additional Sheet country number 1476);
., ,3. Act No. 15 of 1992 about the flight (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 1992, State Gazette Supplementary Number 3481);
., ,4. Act No. 22 of 1999 on local governance (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 60, State Gazette Supplementary Number 3839);
DECIDED:.,, set: GOVERNMENT REGULATION of AVIATION SAFETY and SECURITY.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Government Regulation is:.,, 1. the aviation safety and security is a condition for the realization of flight is carried out in a safe and happy in accordance with the flight plan.
., ,2. Aviation security is a State of being formed of conducting a flight that is free from distractions and/or actions that are against the law.
., ,3. Flight safety is the State of being formed from organizing flight smoothly in accordance with the operating procedures and technical requirements of the health facilities and infrastructure against flight along with penunjangnya.
., ,4. The airplane is any tool that can fly in the atmosphere due to reactions from air lift.
., ,5. A helicopter is an aircraft that is heavier than air, it can fly with spinning wings, and move with the power of his own.
., ,6. The aircraft is an aircraft that is heavier than air, the fixed wings, and fly with the power of his own.
., ,7. State aircraft is an aircraft that is used by the national army of the Republic of Indonesia Indonesia, Police and aircraft of certain government agencies given the functions and authority to enforce the law in accordance with the legislation in force. 8. civil aircraft is an aircraft other than an aircraft State.
., ,9. The airport is an airfield which is used for landing and take-off the aircraft, passengers up and down, and/or the loading and unloading of cargo and/or mail, as well as equipped with flight safety and as a place to transfer between modes of transport.
., .10. The area of the illicit air (prohibited area) is the air space above a specific land and/or waters, where the aircraft are prohibited from flying through air space because of the country's defense and security considerations as well as the safety of the flight.
.,, 11. Region air limited (restricted area) is the air space above a specific land and/or waters, as consideration of the defense and aviation safety or security or the public interest, flight restrictions apply for the aircraft to fly through its air space.
., 12. Aerial dangerous area (danger area) is the air space above a specific land and/or waters, which at times happens activities that endanger the flight of an aircraft.
., 13. Aviation personnel are personnel aircraft and personnel of the Ministry of aviation safety and security that its work directly affects the security and safety of the aircraft.
.,, 14. Personnel aircraft is flight personnel who have a certificate of proficiency for serving as the personnel operations of the aircraft and personnel supporting the operation of the aircraft.
., 15. Security service personnel and flight safety is the flight personnel who have specific skills certificate whose job directly affected the activities of the Ministry of security and aviation safety.
.,,16. The captain of the flyers is the designated air crew and was assigned to lead a mission of flight as well as responsible for the security and safety of flights during the operation of the aircraft and/or helicopters from a technical point of normal operation.
., General Agreement. Operation of the aircraft and a helicopter is an aircraft engine start activity and the helicopter turned on to a mission of flight up to the time the machine is turned off.
., 18. The health of the air is satisfy minimum requirements the conditions of an aircraft and/or its components to ensure flight safety and prevent the occurrence of environmental pollution.
.,, 19. Flight personnel proficiency certificate is proof of the flight personnel proficiency requirements be met.
.,, 06. Flight personnel health certificate is evidence satisfy health requirements personnel flight.
.,,21. Aircraft registration certificate is proof satisfy admission requirements airplanes.
., .22. The type certificate is evidence the health standards satisfy the air in architecture/prototype aircraft, aircraft engine and/or propeller aircraft.
.,,23. Type of certificate validation is a sign of the health of the air standards satisfy evidence of Republic Indonesia in its architecture the aircraft, aircraft engine and propeller aircraft products of other countries.
., .24. Additional type certificate is evidence the health standards satisfy the air in a modification or a change in architecture against aircraft or aircraft engine, or propeller aircraft already have the certificate type.
., .25. Certificate of quality of production is a sign of evidence satisfy the requirements of the standards, and procedures in the manufacturing and/or Assembly of the aircraft, aircraft engine, propeller aircraft and its components.
.,, 26. Air is a sign of the health certificate is evidence of the health requirements be met.
.,,27. Operator certificate aircraft/Air Operator Certificate (AOC) is a sign of evidence satisfy the standards and procedures in the operation of an aircraft by a commercial air transport companies.
.,,28. Certificate of aircraft operation/Operating Certificate (OC) is a sign of evidence satisfy the standards and procedures in the operation of aircraft for air transport activities rather than commerce.
.,, 29. Aircraft maintenance company certificate is evidence satisfy the standards and procedures in the treatment of the aircraft, aircraft engine, propeller aircraft and its components by a single company.
., .30. Conducting education and training certificate is a certificate issued by the Minister, that contains the recognition that education and training institutions or vocational education and training has to meet the requirements that have been determined and declared capable of organizing education and training.
.,,31. The letter of approval of the architecture components are proof the health standards satisfy the air in the airplane's component architecture, components and components of aircraft engine propeller aircraft.
., 32. Subpoena architecture changes are evidence of the air in the health standards satisfy the changing architecture of an aircraft, aircraft engine, propeller aircraft and its components.
.,, 33. Registration is registration of airplanes, helicopter and balloon berpenumpang for acquiring nationality and registration mark of Indonesia to obtain the right to operate in Indonesia.
., 34. Emergency at the airport was an unexpected events related to or result in the disruption of the operation of an aircraft or the continuity of his service that needs to be done fast action. 35. The Minister is the Minister responsible in the field of aviation.

CHAPTER II the CONSTRUCTION of the SECURITY and SAFETY of the FLIGHT of the first part of the construction of article 2 (1) the Minister is doing coaching against the security and safety of flight.
.,, (2) Coaching against the security and safety of the flights referred to in subsection (1), covering aspects of the setting, control and surveillance activities in architecture, manufacturing, operation and maintenance of aircraft, flight navigation services, operation of the airport and aviation personnel.
.,, (3) the activities of the arrangements referred to in subsection (2), covers the activities of the determination of the wisdom in the field of architecture, manufacture, operation and maintenance of aircraft, flight navigation services, operation of the airport and aviation personnel. (4) the activities of the control referred to in subsection (2) includes:.,,.,, a. referral and guidance in the exercise of discretion in the field of architecture, manufacture, operation and maintenance of aircraft, flight navigation services, operation of the airport and aviation personnel;
.,, b. grant guidance and counseling to the community about the rights and obligations of the community in the exercise of discretion in the field of architecture, manufacture, operation and maintenance of aircraft, flight navigation services, operation of the airport and aviation personnel. (5) the supervisory Activities referred to in paragraph (2), including:.,,

., a., monitoring and assessment of the exercise of discretion in the field of architecture, manufacture, operation and maintenance of aircraft, flight navigation services, operation of the airport and aviation personnel;
.,, b. corrective actions towards implementation of the wisdom in the field of architecture, manufacture, operation and maintenance of aircraft, flight navigation services, operation of the airport and aviation personnel.
The second part of the Civil Aviation Security Programme article 3 (1) the Minister establishes the civil aviation security program.
.,, (2) the Civil Aviation Security Programme referred to in subsection (1) include the following:.,, a. programs airport security; and b. the program security air transport companies.
.,, (3) the Civil Aviation Security Programme referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), include guidelines and procedures in the framework of security and flight safety, regularity and efficiency of civil aviation from acts of unlawful interference.
The third part of operational reliability of Aircraft article 4.,, (1) the Minister establishes the requirements for the operational reliability of the aircraft as a guide in the process of the activity architecture, manufacture, operation and maintenance of aircraft.
.,, (2) the requirements for the operational reliability of the aircraft referred to in subsection (1), include requirements related to:.,, a. air health standards;

b. aircraft architecture;

c. manufacture of aircraft;

d. treatment of aircraft;

e. operation of aircraft;

f. standard of aircraft noise;

g. exhaust gas thresholds aircraft;

h. personnel aircraft.
.,, (3) determination of the requirements of the operational reliability of the aircraft referred to in subsection (1), having regard to:.,, a. flight safety and security;

b. development of technology;

c. human resources professionals;

d. international provisions;

e. effectiveness and efficiency;

f. Prevention of environmental pollution.
The fourth part of the flight Navigation Services and the operation of the airport, article 5, (1) the Minister establishes the technical requirements and operational flight navigation services.
.,, (2) the flight Navigation Services referred to in subsection (1), includes the following activities:.,,.,, a. flight navigation services against an aircraft while in operation; b. control of air spaces;., c. help search-and-rescue aircraft accidents and/or help research the cause of the crash of an aircraft; d. provision and/or coaching personnel;., e. providing and evaluating flight navigation facilities and infrastructure.
.,, (3) setting of technical requirements and operational flight navigation services referred to in subsection (1), having regard to:.,, a. flight safety and security;

b. development of technology;

c. human resources professionals;

d. international provisions;

e. effectiveness and efficiency;

f. illicit air area, restricted and dangerous;

g. reliability of facilities and infrastructure of the Ministry of aviation navigation;

h. the regularity, continuity and smooth flow of air traffic.
Section 6.,, (1) the Minister establishes the technical and operational requirements for the operation of the airport.
.,, (2) the operation of the airports referred to in subsection (1), includes the following activities:.,, a. examination of people and/or goods;

b. security of flights;

c. service to an aircraft during operation;

d. ancillary service aircraft on the ground;., e. help and/or conduct a search and rescue air plane crash as well as the transfer of an aircraft which crashed in the area of the airport; f. helps research the cause of the accident aircraft;., g., providing and/or coaching personnel services operation of the airport; h. the provision and conduct inspection of facilities and infrastructure of airports.
.,, (3) the determination of the technical and operational requirements for the operation of the airports referred to in subsection (1), having regard to:.,, a. flight safety and security;

b. development of technology;

c. human resources professionals;

d. international provisions;

e. effectiveness and efficiency;

f. the reliability of operation facilities and infrastructure of airports;., g., regularity, continuity and smooth flow of passengers, cargo and mail.
Chapter 7.,, (1) flight Navigation Services and the operation of the airport organized by the Government and its implementation can be assigned to state-owned enterprises established for that purpose on the basis of the applicable legislation.
.,, (2) legal Indonesia can be included in the operation of the airport to the public on the basis of cooperation with the State-owned enterprises which are carrying out the Organization of the airport to the public.
CHAPTER III the SECURITY and SAFETY of the AIRCRAFT are the first part of article 8 Air Health Standards.,, (1) the determination of the standard of health of the air for the aircraft, and/or the aircraft, engine and/or propeller aircraft registered in Indonesia, is done by observing at least:.,, a. architecture and construction;

b. main components;

c. installation of propulsion;

d. the stability and capability;

e. structure fatigue;

f. equipment;

g. limitation of operation;

h. system maintenance;

i. Prevention of environmental pollution. (2) the standard of health of air referred to in subsection (1), is to:.,, a. transport category aircraft, normal, utility, acrobatic, and commuter;

b. normal category rotorcraft;

c. transport category rotorcraft;

d. aircraft engines;

e. propeller aircraft;

f. balloon berpenumpang.
.,, (3) the provisions on the health standards of air referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
.,, (4) the Minister may set requirements beyond the standard of health of the air set aside referred to in subsection (1) with regard to the development of technology and international provisions.
The second part of Architecture the aircraft, Aircraft Engine, propeller aircraft and its components article 9.,, (1) any legal entity which will make Indonesia an aircraft and/or airborne aircraft engine and/or propeller aircraft type certificate is requested, it will be obliged to make architecture.
.,, (2) the making of the architecture referred to in subsection (1), mandatory health standards.
.,, (3) the implementation of the making of the architecture referred to in subsection (1), carried out in accordance with the stages ranging from architecture to be a prototype and testing and/or test flight.
.,, (4) further Provisions regarding architecture as mentioned in subsection (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3) subject to the decision of the Minister.
Section 10.,, (1) in terms of architecture the aircraft, and/or the aircraft, engine and/or propeller aircraft that had been made to procedures and inspection and testing has been implemented which meet the standards of the health of the air, the Minister may grant a certificate type.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for granting type certificates referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Section 11.,, (1) any legal entity which would make Indonesia the components to be mounted on the aircraft or aircraft engine or propeller aircraft will be requested a letter of approval is a mandatory component of architecture, making the architecture components.
.,, (2) the making of the architecture of the components referred to in subsection (1), must meet the standards of the health of the air.
.,, (3) the implementation of the making of the architecture of the components referred to in subsection (1), carried out in accordance with the stages ranging from architecture to be a prototype and testing and/or test flight according the procedures and meet the specifications of the components.
.,, (4) further Provisions regarding the architecture of the components referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 12.,, (1) in terms of architecture components aircraft, and/or the aircraft, engine and/or propeller aircraft that had been made to procedures and inspection and testing has been implemented which meet the standards of the health of the air, the Minister may provide a letter of approval of the architecture components.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for granting subpoena architecture components referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 13.,, (1) any changes to aircraft architecture and/or the airplane's engine architecture and/or architecture propeller aircraft have earned the certificate type mandatory health standards.
.,, (2) the implementation of changes in architecture referred to in subsection (1), carried out in accordance with the stages ranging from architecture changes to become the prototype as well as the inspection and testing and/or test flight.
.,, (3) when the architecture changes as mentioned in subsection (1), has met the standards of the health of the air, the Minister may give:.,, a. subpoena architecture change; or b. an extra type certificate; or c. a revision of the certificate type for the holder of the certificate type.
.,, (4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for granting subpoena architecture changes or additional type certificates and/or revision of certificate types as mentioned in paragraph (3), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 14

.,, (1) any changes to the architecture components that will be installed on the aircraft, and/or the aircraft, engine and/or propeller aircraft had to go through the stage of examination and testing that meets the standards of health of air before getting a subpoena architecture changes to components of the Minister.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for granting subpoena architecture changes to components as referred to in paragraph (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Section 3.,, (1) any aircraft and/or airborne aircraft engine and/or propeller aircraft to be imported into Indonesia, mandatory health standards of the Republic of Indonesia air.
.,, (2) to determine the correct fulfillment of the health standard of the Republic of Indonesia air against the aircraft, and/or the aircraft engine and/or propeller aircraft referred to in subsection (1), compulsory validation was carried out against the certificate type.
.,, (3) in case the aircraft, and/or the aircraft, engine and/or propeller aircraft has carried out validation and meet the standards of health of the Republic of Indonesia, the Minister of air provide the certificate validation type.
.,, (4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the granting of a certificate validation type as mentioned in paragraph (3), subject to the decision of the Minister.
The third part of the manufacture of Aircraft, Aircraft Engine, propeller aircraft and its components, article 16, (1) the manufacture and/or Assembly of the aircraft, aircraft engine, propeller aircraft and its components may only be carried out by a legal entity which has the quality certificate Indonesia production.
.,, (2) any legal entity that submits a certificate of the quality of Indonesia's production as referred to in subsection (1) is obligated to fulfill:.,,.,, a. architecture/prototypes that have met the standard of manufacture or license agreement with other parties; b. facilities and production plan;

c. qualified personnel;

d. quality control system;., e. has the organizational structure of the company in particular the fields of quality and production.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for obtaining a certificate of quality of production referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Part four Aircraft Maintenance, Aircraft Engine, propeller aircraft and its components article 17.,, (1) any person or legal entity that operates the aircraft, mandatory care for the aircraft, aircraft engine, propeller aircraft and its components to maintain the State be eligible the air continuously.
.,, (2) implementation of aircraft maintenance, aircraft engine, propeller aircraft and its components, as mentioned in paragraph (1), can only be done by:.,, a. air transport companies concerned;.,, b. aircraft maintenance company is a legal entity that has the air care business; c. individual holder of a diploma in aircraft maintenance expert.
.,, (3) legal entities referred to in paragraph (2) letter b, to perform aircraft maintenance, aircraft engine, propeller aircraft and its components, required to have a certificate of aircraft maintenance companies.
.,, (4) aircraft maintenance company Certificate referred to in subsection (3), is given by the Minister to the national air company aircraft maintenance and/or foreign aircraft maintenance company.
.,, (5) air transport companies which carry out aircraft maintenance and aircraft maintenance company is legal entity must meet the minimum requirements of the air:.,, a. have or master care facilities;.,, b. have personnel who have the qualifications in accordance with the field of her work;
.,, c. has a manual procedure and process examination system of quality control;
.,, d. have studies AMDAL (environmental impact analysis on) for which are required.
.,, (6) an individual holder of the diploma of expert care of aircraft referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, limited only to perform aircraft maintenance, aircraft engine, propeller aircraft and its components for air transport companies rather than commerce.
.,, (7) further Provisions regarding the treatment of the aircraft, aircraft engine, propeller aircraft and its components, as well as the company's aircraft maintenance certificate referred to in subsection (2), subsection (5) and paragraph (6) is set by a decision of the Minister.
Article 18.,, (1) a certificate of the company aircraft maintenance as stipulated in article 5 paragraph (4), can be given to aircraft maintenance companies in foreign countries which meet the conditions referred to in article 17 paragraph (5) and aircraft maintenance company certificate has the air of the country concerned.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the grant of the certificate referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
The health Certificate of the air part five article 19.,, (1) any aircraft used to fly the health certificates required to have air. (2) the health Certificate distinguished air within 2 (two) types:.,, a. certificate of air health standards;

b. certificate of health special air.
.,, (3) a certificate of the health standard air air health standards certificate covering first and the health certificate standard advanced air can be assigned to transport category aircraft, normal, utility, acrobatic, commuter, normal and transport category helicopters as well as balloon berpenumpang.
.,, (4) the health Certificate can be given to special air aircraft for use in limited (restricted), temporary (provisional), experimental (experimental) and to the activities of the special flight.
.,, (5) the health Certificate of the air as mentioned in paragraph (1) is issued by the Minister.
.,, (6) further Provisions regarding the procedures for obtaining the certificate referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), subsection (3), subsection (4), and subsection (5), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 20.,, (1) the requirement to obtain a certificate of health standard is first air:.,, a. have registered as civil aircraft, Indonesia;., b. plane produced and has done production and test flight in accordance with the category of the aircraft type certificate;
.,, c. has been inspected and declared in accordance with the certificate type and are safe to operate; d. meets the requirements of the noise and exhaust emissions.
.,, (2) the requirement to obtain a certificate of the health standard for first air aircraft new import should have been inspected and are in accordance with the certificate of the type validation of Indonesia.
.,, (3) the requirement to obtain a certificate of the health standard for first air aircraft are secondhand imports must comply with the type certificate validation and/or supplemental type certificate validation and has been treated in accordance with the manufacturer's care program or with equivalent care program.
.,, (4) the requirements for obtaining the health certificate standard advanced air is:.,, a. has a registration certificate valid aircraft;., b. plane has been treated in accordance with the system of care that has been approved; c. has inspected and tested;

d. have met the requirements of the health of the air force.
.,, (5) the requirement to obtain a certificate of health standards for advanced air aircraft that have undergone changes/damage which can affect performance, strength, reliability and structure characteristics of flying should be tested and returned to the standard of the aircraft type certificate.
.,, (6) further Provisions concerning the requirements for obtaining the certificate referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), subsection (3), subsection (4), and subsection (5) is set by a decision of the Minister.
Clause 21.,, (1) for the purposes of export aircraft air health certificates can be issued for export.
.,, (2) the health Certificate for the export of air referred to in subsection (1) may be given to a product that will be exported to other countries in the exported products have met the type certificate or design standards prescribed by the importing countries and compliant operation of importing countries.
CHAPTER IV USE and the OPERATION of the AIRCRAFT are the first use of Aircraft Article 22.,, (1) civil aircraft can be used for passenger transport, goods and/or post, transporting the sick, spraying pests, forest fires and artificial rain, survey and/or mapping, tackling environmental pollution, peneraan, sport and/or recreation, acrobatics and demonstrations, parachute, promotion/publications and interesting glider , search and rescue, education, research and development, and for other activities.
.,, (2) further Provisions concerning the requirements and procedures for the use of civil aircraft as referred to in paragraph (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 23 use of State aircraft and the operation is governed by the responsible ministers in their respective fields.

The second part of the operation of an aircraft the operation of section 24 aircraft for commercial air transport can only be done by operators of aircraft who have aircraft operators certificate from the Minister.

Article 25.,, (1) to get the aircraft operator certificate as stipulated in article 24, is obligated to meet the following requirements:.,, a. has a business license commercial air transport;.,, b. have and/or mastered the aircraft in accordance with the plan of operation or feasibility study;
.,, c. have and/or controlled facilities for the benefit of the operation and maintenance of aircraft;

.,, d. have and/or mastered the aircraft personnel meet the requirements; e. have the organization that governs the operation of the aircraft;., f. have manual specifications maintenance and operation of aircraft; g. education and training program aircraft personnel.
.,, (2) further Provisions concerning the requirements and procedures for obtaining a certificate of an operator of an aircraft referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 26 (1) the holder of an operator certificate aircraft are mandatory:.,,.,, a. carrying out the operation of the aircraft in accordance with the approved operations specifications;
.,, b. carry out aircraft maintenance in accordance with the specifications of the treatments that have been approved; c. have facilities and carry out the preparation and monitoring of the flight;

d. maintain operational reliability of aircraft;., e., report any changes or plan changes that affect conditions and/or limitations specified in the aircraft operator certificate; f. maintaining the skills and abilities of personnel aircraft;., g. report any incidence of damage or not functioning one of the airplane's systems or components that can disrupt the safety of flying.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the implementation of the obligations of the holder of an operator certificate aircraft referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 27.,, (1) any operator of an aircraft for the purpose of commercial air transportation is not required to have a certificate of operation of an aircraft.
.,, (2) the requirement to obtain a certificate of operation of an aircraft includes:.,, a. have permission not commercial air transport activities;

b. have and/or mastered the aircraft in accordance with the plan of operation;

c. have and/or controlled aircraft personnel;

d. operation and maintenance specifications have airplanes.
.,, (3) further Provisions concerning the requirements and procedures for obtaining a certificate of operation of aircraft referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 28 (1) the holder of a certificate of operation of aircraft are mandatory:.,,.,, a. carrying out the operation of the aircraft in accordance with the approved operations specifications;
.,, b. carry out aircraft maintenance in accordance with the approved maintenance programme; c. maintain the health of the air of aircraft operated;

d. maintain the skills and abilities of personnel aircraft.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the implementation of the obligations of the holder of the certificate to the operation of aircraft referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
The third part of the examination of the reliability of Operational Aircraft Article 29 (1) the Minister is doing an examination of operational reliability of airplanes.
.,, (2) the examination referred to in subsection (1), made against the fulfillment of the requirements of the operational reliability of the aircraft. (3) the examination referred to in subsection (2), including:.,,.,, a. architecture an aircraft, aircraft engine and propeller aircraft and its components;
.,, b. manufacture of aircraft, aircraft engines and propeller aircraft and its components;
.,, c. aircraft maintenance, aircraft engine and propeller aircraft and its components; d. health of aircraft;

e. the aircraft operator;

f. Prevention of environmental pollution;

g. personnel aircraft;

h. other authorized personnel;

i. aircraft maintenance facilities.
.,, (4) the provisions on the examination referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3), subject to the decision of the Minister.
The fourth part of the sign the registration and nationality of Aircraft article 30.,, (1) every citizen of Indonesia or Indonesia which has legal entity and/or controlled aircraft will be operated in Indonesia is obliged to register the air plane.
.,, (2) every citizen of Indonesia Indonesia or legal entities to which the aircraft belonged to foreign nationals or foreign legal entity that will be operated in Indonesia is obliged to register the aircraft air is based on an agreement of lease purchase, lease or other agreement for junky usage time of at least 2 (two) years continuously.
.,, (3) the Minister may grant a certificate of registration for the aircraft are registered and meet the registration requirements.
.,, (4) a certificate of registration of an aircraft referred to in subsection (3), contains the mark of nationality and registration marks for the aircraft, helicopter and balloon berpenumpang.
.,, (5) further Provisions regarding the registration of the aircraft referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), subsection (3) and subsection (4), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 31.,, (1) Indonesia aircraft nationality Marks are composed of two letters that indicate the identity of Indonesia.
.,, (2) the registration mark of the aircraft Indonesia consists of three-letter or three-digit.
.,, (3) aircraft that Indonesia has had a national mandatory signs come with the flag of the Republic of Indonesia.
.,, (4) the size, color, placement, registration marks the nationality mark and flags referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 32 the registration and nationality marks for State aircraft, arranged by the responsible ministers in their respective fields.

Article 33,, (1) the Elimination of nationality and registration marks signs an aircraft can be done by the Minister:.,, a. at the request of the owner;

b. in airplane accidentally defaced;

c. when aircraft are damaged due to accidents in total;

d. when an aircraft will not be used again;

e. when the rent contract ends;

f. an aircraft not being encumbered by a mortgage.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the removal of the sign of the nationality and registration mark of the aircraft referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Chapter V the SECURITY and SAFETY of the AIRPORT the first Airport Operation Certification Article 34.,, (1) every organiser of airports required to have a certificate of operation the airport provided by the Minister.
.,, (2) the requirement to obtain a certificate of operation of the airport, is at least:.,,.,, a. availability of facilities and/or equipment supporting flights that meet the requirements of aviation safety and security that is tailored to his or her class; b. have the airport services procedure;., c. has a manual operation, State of emergency countermeasures, maintenance, airport security program and the hygiene and sanitation;
.,, d. available personnel who have qualified for the operation, maintenance and airport services;
.,, e. have the work environment areas of airports, airport environment contour map, map of Division of land-side situation and airside;
.,, f. have flight operations safety area around airports include:.,, 1) approach and takeoff area;

2) area of the possibility of the danger of an accident;

3) horizontal below the surface area;

4) region below the surface horizontally out;

5) region below the surface of the cone;

6) region below the surface of the transition;

7) the area surrounding the placement of aviation navigation AIDS;
.,, g. has a map showing the location of the coordinate/barrier and height which can jeopardize flight safety;
.,, h. have facilities the accident flight and aid firefighters in accordance with its category;
.,, i have news events. evaluation/trial that States be eligible to operate; and j. the organizational structure of the organisers of the airport.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding flight safety and security requirements and the certification of airport operations as mentioned in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
The second side of the land and in the Air Side of airports Article 35 To the interests of the safety and security of the airport, organisers set the airport land side and air side as well as regulating its use.

Article 36.,, (1) the determination as well as the use of the land side and air side as stipulated in article 35 was done with attention to:.,, a. flight safety and security;

b. the smooth operation of the flight; and c. the smooth service kebandarudaraan.
.,, (2) further Provisions on the determination and use of the land side and air side as mentioned in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
The third part of the equipment Supporting Facilities flight and Airport Operations Article 37.,, (1) ancillary Equipment aviation facility used in the grant of the Ministry of safety and security include: aviation, detection equipment, a. organic and inorganic material;. equipment, b., monitoring the traffic of people, goods, vehicles, and aircraft at the airport.
.,, (2) the provision of ancillary equipment aviation facility referred to in subsection (1), having regard to:.,, a. operational needs and security of airports;

b. development of technology; and c. the reliability of equipment supporting facilities.
.,, (3) provision of more about ancillary equipment aviation facility referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 38, (1) to support the smooth operation of the airport provided the equipment supporting the operation of the airport.
.,, (2) ancillary Equipment operation of airports referred to in subsection (1), must meet the requirements of reliability.
.,, (3) the Minister conducting the examination of the reliability of the equipment supporting the operation of the airport.

.,, (4) the provision of more about ancillary equipment and airport operations requirements as well as inspection of reliability as mentioned in subsection (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Part four Emergency Countermeasure Article 39.,, (1) Organizers of airports required to have the ability to carry out emergency relief at the airport.
.,, (2) Emergency Relief referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in integrated by involving relevant agencies outside and inside the airport.
.,, (3) mandatory airport Organizers implement emergency response exercises.
.,, (4) the implementation of emergency prevention and implementation of emergency response exercises mentioned in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3), reported to the Minister.
.,, (5) further Provisions regarding emergency mitigation and emergency response exercises as well as the reporting referred to in subsection (2), subsection (3) and subsection (4) is set by a decision of the Minister.
Part five Signs, Markers and Cue article 40.,, (1) mandatory airport Organizers put up signs and markings on the side of the air and the land side of airports.
.,, (2) road signs and markings as mentioned in subsection (1), serves to give the ban on, commands, warnings and instructions.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the signs and markings as well as installations referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 41.,, (1) Organizers of airports required to provide cues to the aircraft according to the needs.
.,, (2) Signals mentioned in paragraph (1), can be either cue cue lights, electronics, physical cues and flag signals.
.,, (3) Signals mentioned in paragraph (1), serve to give the ban on, commands, warnings and instructions.
.,, (4) further Provisions regarding the cue as mentioned in subsection (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3), subject to the decision of the Minister.
The sixth Ministry Aircraft Movements in the airport Article 42.,, (1) Organizers of airports required to provide service to an aircraft that will do for parking at the airport. (2) the Services referred to in subsection (1), can be:.,,.,, a. scouting against aircraft that will do the movements of aircraft parking in the Court; b. provision of ancillary equipment for parking aircraft.
.,, (3) the provisions on services referred to in subsection (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 43.,, (1) mandatory airport Organizers inform Minister if there is a change in the condition of the airports that can interfere with or jeopardize the security and safety of the flight or for special interests.
.,, (2) the provisions on the notice referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 44 (1) the Minister publishes book publication aeronautical information of Indonesia.
., Book, (2) the publication of aeronautical information Indonesia referred to in subsection (1), at the very least contain information about:.,, a. General information the flight;

b. flight navigation services; and c. the airport.
., Book, (3) the publication of aeronautical information Indonesia referred to in subsection (1), were distributed to the aviation community.
.,, (4) further Provisions regarding the issuance and distribution of aeronautical information publication Indonesia book referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 45.,, (1) organizers of the mandatory airport provides information on aeronautical and weather information to the local airport, destination airport, flight path and alternate airports for pilots.
.,, (2) Aeronautical Information referred to in subsection (1) at least be:.,, a. book publication aeronautical information of Indonesia;

b. news for the aviation community;

c. flight navigation maps; and, book information, d. Aeronautics other countries that have relations with the airport.
.,, (3) weather information referred to in subsection (1), made or prepared by the Meteorological and Geophysics Agency.
Article 46.,, (1) for safety and aviation safety, organizers of the airport under certain circumstances can be shut down temporarily some or the entire runway, connecting the runway or parking aircraft. (2) the circumstances referred to in subsection (1), can be:.,, a. natural disasters;

b. riot;., c. air plane crash on the runway, connecting the runway or parking aircraft;
., d., development, repair, maintenance and care of connecting roads, runways or parking aircraft; and, e. any other circumstances which may endanger the security and safety of flight.
.,, (3) mandatory airport Organizers told the captain of the flyers, the operator and the other concerning the closure of the airport runway, connecting the runway or parking aircraft referred to in subsection (1).
.,, (4) the notice referred to in subsection (3) obligatory reported to the Minister.
.,, (5) further Provisions regarding the closure of the runway, connecting the runway or parking aircraft, as well as notification and reporting referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), subsection (3) and subsection (4), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 47.,, (1) the Organizer provides mandatory airport or designate part of the airport as a place of isolation for the placement of an aircraft experiencing interference or security threats.
.,, (2) the provision or the designation of an isolated place referred to in subsection (1), implemented by observing:.,,.,, a. safety of passengers, air crew, officers at the airport, the air transport user community and other communities around airports; b. the safety of aircraft; and, c. the safety facilities supporting flight and airport support facilities.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for provision or isolated place of appointment referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Minister.
Article 48.,, (1) the operating hours of the airport to flight services set by the Minister.
.,, (2) the determination of the operating hours of the airport as referred to in subsection (1) is done by observing:.,, a. flight safety and security;

b. the ability of airports serving aircraft;

c. the market demand; and d. economic growth.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the determination of the operating hours of the airport as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 49.,, (1) in certain circumstances the organisers of airports can add hours of operation the airport as referred to in article 48.
.,, (2) the provisions referred to in subsection (1), implemented by observing:.,, a. flight safety and security;

b. the ability of airports in serving aircraft; and c. the smooth operation of the airport.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the addition of airport operating hours referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 50, a, (1) Organizers of airports to safeguarding the environment of the airport in order to avoid the occurrence of:.,, a. bird population in the working environment of airports;

b. the population of the other animals that roam in airside;

c. hygiene and sanitation disruption;

d. interference noise; and, e. the other distractions that could endanger the security and safety of flight.
.,, (2) the provisions on the obligation of maintaining the environment of airports referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister having regard to the provisions of the applicable legislation.
Article 51.,, (1) organizers of the airport can immediately carry out the transfer of an aircraft which crashed in the area of airside, after obtaining approval from the national transportation safety Committee.
.,, (2) the cost of the execution of the transfer referred to in subsection (1) becomes the burden of air transport companies, legal entities or individuals that operate the aircraft in question.
.,, (3) the provisions on the transfer referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Minister.
The seventh section of the Pemeriksaaan security in the airport Article 52 any person, goods, vehicles which enter the airside, mandatory through security checks.

Article 53.,, (1) personnel aircraft, passengers, baggage, cargo and postal mail to be transported by airplane through mandatory security checks.
.,, (2) security checks as referred to in paragraph (1), can be done with or without the use of tools.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the examination of the security referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 54.,, (1) against the disabled and the sick passenger, VIP and other special passengers, carried out security checks in particular.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding security checks are specifically referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 55 Against luggage from passengers who cancel departed and/or trunk which is not shared by its owner, the required security checks resetting to be transported by airplane.

Article 56.,, (1) cargo and post that has yet to be transported by aircraft are stored in a special place provided at the airport.
.,, (2) the place of storage referred to in subsection (1), should be safe from interference that could endanger the security and safety of flight.

.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the storage places referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 57 (1) a diplomatic Bag sealed diplomatic, should not be opened.
.,, (2) in case there are strong allegations of diplomatic bags referred to in subsection (1) may endanger the safety and security of aviation, air transport companies can refuse to transport the diplomatic pouch.
.,, (3) the implementation of the provisions referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) is based on the legislation in force.
Article 58.,, (1) the materials and/or dangerous goods to be transported by airplane is obligated to comply with the transport of materials and/or dangerous goods.
.,, (2) air transport companies obliged to inform the captain of the flyers when there are material and/or dangerous goods that are transported by airplane.
.,, (3) the materials and/or dangerous goods referred to in subsection (1) are not yet able to be transported, stored in special storage areas provided for storage of dangerous goods.
.,, (4) if at the time of placement in an aircraft crash on packaging, labels or markings, then materials and/or dangerous goods in question must be unloaded from an aircraft.
.,, (5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the transport and storage of materials and/or the dangerous goods referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4), subject to the Minister's decision by observing the regulations in force.
Article 59.,, (1) the Transport Agents that handle materials and/or the dangerous goods to be transported by airplane should obtain endorsement of air transport companies.
.,, (2) the Transport Agent referred to in subsection (1), must perform the inspection, packaging, labelling and storage of materials and/or the dangerous goods in accordance with the applicable provisions.
.,, (3) provision of more about transport agents and conditions of handling referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 60.,, (1) Passenger aircraft carrying weapons are obliged to report and submit them to the air transport companies.
.,, (2) the weapon was received by air transport companies to be transported, stored at a certain place in an aircraft that is not reachable by passenger aircraft.
.,, (3) the owner of the weapon is given a receipt as a proof of the acceptance of weapons by air transport companies.
.,, (4) air transport companies responsible for weapons security is received until it is handed back to its owner with at the airport of destination.
.,, (5) the provisions on the receipt, storage and delivery of the weapons referred to in subsection (2), subsection (3) and subsection (4), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 61.,, (1) Organizers of airports or air freight company is obligated to report to Police in case the goods are not aware of any known should be suspected to be dangerous to the security and safety of the flight.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the reporting and handling of the goods against an unknown should be suspected to be dangerous to the security and safety of the flights referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
The eighth part of the treatment, Examination and reporting Section 62.,, (1) organizers of the obligatory airport maintenance and inspection at regular intervals against the supporting equipment in flight.
.,, (2) in the event of changes in capabilities and/or ancillary equipment against development flight, organizer of the airport is obliged to report to the Minister.
.,, (3) the Minister conducting the examination of the reliability of the equipment supporting the flight as well as the implementation of the operation and services of airports.
.,, (4) further Provisions regarding the treatment, examination and reporting against the aviation support equipment referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3), subject to the decision of the Minister.
CHAPTER VI AIR SPACE and AIR TRAFFIC for the first part of article 63 air space Order.,, (1) the Minister establishes the limits of the use of air space for the benefit of a flight navigation services became the responsibility of the Government of Indonesia.
.,, (2) limits the use of air space as mentioned in subsection (1), based on an agreement between Governments in case of:.,,.,, a. other countries granted responsibility for the navigation service of flights in the airspace of Indonesia; or, b.., Indonesia gained responsibility for aviation navigation service outside the airspace of Indonesia.
.,, (3) the implementation of agreements with States referred to in paragraph (2), performed by Ministers after hearing the consideration of the relevant agencies.
Article 64.,, (1) air space within the airspace of Indonesia consists of controlled air space and air space are not controlled.
.,, (2) the controlled air space and air space are not controlled as mentioned in subsection (1) is classified by considering at least a flight operational safety.;
.,, b. air traffic density;

c. the ability of the aviation communication facilities;

d. ability navegation AIDS aviation facilities;

e. air traffic observation capability;

f. aircraft navigation capabilities; and g. the effectiveness and the efficiency of flight operations.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding controlled air space and air space are not controlled as well as the determination of the class of air space as mentioned in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 65 the Minister set the path of air traffic in the air space by considering at least: a. the safety of flight operations;

b. in airplane navigation capability;

c. the ability of the aviation communication facilities;

d. ability navegation AIDS aviation facilities;

e. air traffic density;

f. the effectiveness and the efficiency of flight operations;

g. the departure airport and destination airport; and h. the regional military exercises or satellite/rocket launch.

Article 66.,, (1) To ensure the safety of flight operations, set the forbidden air district, the area limited air and the air is dangerous.
.,, (2) air Area referred to in subsection (1), having the boundaries of the vertical and the horizontal.
.,, (3) the provisions on air area referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) is set with the decision after hearing the Minister's consideration of the responsible ministers in the field of Defense of the State and/or other related Ministers.
Article 67.,, (1) against the violation of the airspace of the Republic of Indonesia and/or illicit air area by civilian aircraft, implemented the law enforcement should ensure the safety and security of the crew, passengers and aircraft.
.,, (2) law enforcement against violations of airspace and/or restricted air area referred to in subsection (1), conducted by the Indonesia national army.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the enforcement of the laws referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), set by the Minister responsible in the field of defence after hearing the opinion of the Ministers and other related Ministers.
The second part of article 68 Flight Facilities.,, (1) Aviation facility used in the awarding of the air traffic services includes:.,, a. Communications flight;

b. flight navigation;

c. the observation flight;

d. equipment auxiliary landing.
.,, (2) providing aviation facilities referred to in subsection (1), having regard to:.,, a. air traffic operational needs;

b. development of technology; and c. the reliability of flight facilities.
.,, (3) any flights operated facilities referred to in subsection (1), it should be calibrated at regular intervals.
.,, (4) the provision of more about aviation facility and calibration facilities flight referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (3) subject to the decision of the Minister.
The third part of the air-traffic Procedures Article 69.,, (1) the captain of the flyers in the operation of aircraft are obliged to comply with the Ordinance of air traffic at least includes:.,,.,, a. movement of aircraft in the air and the order of priority of air traffic services; b. the height limit;

c. illicit air area, restricted and dangerous;

d. vertical and horizontal distance;

e. noise threshold rules;

f. withdrawal of objects in the air flying aircraft including;

g. test flight, acrobatics and demonstrations;.,, h. emergency signals when knowing the plane is in the air is the air restricted, limited and dangerous; i. takeoffs, landings and movement on land or water;

j. use of aircraft navigation lights;., k., cue-cue for delivery information or giving attention to other aircraft; and b. the operating hours of the airport.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the air-traffic procedures referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 70 (1) Captain of the flyers obliged to adhere to the flight plan that has been set.
.,, (2) the deviation against flight plan referred to in subsection (1), may be made for reasons of flight safety with provisions:.,,.,, a. reported to air traffic control authorities in the event that the aircraft was in controlled air space; and, b. convey information lapses flight plan to the nearest flight information center in terms of aircraft are in the air space that is not controlled.

.,, (3) the captain of the flyers or other crew or aircraft operator is obligated to report to the competent authority regarding the emergency landing.
.,, (4) further Provisions regarding flight plans and irregularities against the flight plan referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 71.,, (1) any person prohibited from disposing of any objects from the aircraft during the flight.
.,, (2) the disposal of any objects from the aircraft can only be done in emergency flights by and/or permission of Captain Aviator.
.,, (3) in carrying out the disposal referred to in subsection (2), the captain of the flyers must report the disposal area to air traffic control.
.,, (4) the disposal of any objects from the aircraft and the disposal referred to in subsection (2) and paragraph (3), conducted by observing:.,, a. safety of aircraft and passengers;

b. the safety of residents and his treasure in the area of disposal;

c. environmental sustainability.
.,, (5) further Provisions regarding the disposal of aircraft referred to in subsection (2), subsection (3) and subsection (4), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 72.,, (1) an aircraft in an emergency flight are entitled to priority of air traffic services.
.,, (2) the grant of air traffic services priorities referred to in subsection (1), reports based on an emergency flight from the captain of the flyers or other aircraft personnel.
.,, (3) air traffic control is obligated to take action within the limits of its competence necessary to ensure the safety of an aircraft experiencing emergencies from the user services for other air traffic.
The fourth part of the air traffic services Article 73.,, (1) air traffic Services was organized by the Government and its implementation can be assigned partially or completely to the State-owned enterprise to be established for that purpose on the basis of the applicable legislation.
.,, (2) any aircraft operating in air space Indonesia provided air traffic services.
.,, (3) air traffic Services referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), having regard to:., flight status, a.;

b. air traffic management;

c. flight communication facilities;

d. flight navigation aid facilities;

e. on-site observation flight;

f. auxiliary landing facility;

g. meteorological facilities;

h. aeronautical information;

i. the ability of personnel; and j. special things. (4) air traffic Services referred to in subsection (1), including:.,, a. cruise air space control services;

b. the Ministry of the air space control approach;., c. air space control services at the airport including the Ministry of the landing and take-off aircraft; d. observation services;

e. current flight control service;

f. flight information services;., coordination, e.g. air traffic controllers or with other related agencies; and h. air traffic news services.
.,, (5) the provisions on air traffic service referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4) is set by a decision of the Minister.
Article 74.,, (1) air traffic Services as stipulated in article 73 was implemented by the air traffic service unit consisting of:.,, a. cruise air space control centre;

b. air space control centre approach;

c. air space control centre at the airport;

d. flight information centre;

e. Airport flight information center; and f. air traffic services units are more appropriate to your needs.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the air traffic service unit referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Minister.
Article 75 the flight navigation services Providers provide air traffic services is obligated to make improvements to the quality of human resources, facilities and aviation air traffic services in accordance with needs and to pay attention to the development of aviation technology.

The fifth section of air traffic Services at the airport Specifically to article 76.,, (1) air traffic Services at the airport specifically organized by Governments that its implementation can be assigned partially or completely to the State-owned enterprise to be established for that purpose.
.,, (2) costs that arise as a result of the air traffic services organized by the Government or State-owned enterprises referred to in subsection (1) is charged to a special Airport Manager.
.,, (3) special compulsory Airport Manager provides, maintains and treating facilities of communications flights, air navigation aid facilities, auxiliary landing facility, observation, meteorology, aeronautical information, air traffic services.
.,, (4) the provisions on air traffic services at the airport specifically referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3), subject to the decision of the Minister.
CHAPTER VII HEALTH PERSONNEL and AVIATION Flight Personnel of the first part of article 77 (1) Flight Personnel includes:.,, a. Personnel Aircraft;

b. Security Service Personnel and flight safety.
.,, (2) the airplane's Personnel referred to in paragraph (1) letter a include:.,, a. Aircraft Operating Personnel;

b. Personnel Supporting the operation of the aircraft.
.,, (3) personnel Operating an aircraft referred to in paragraph (2) letter a include:.,, a. Aviator;

b. the machine Interpreter Aircraft;

c. Aircraft Navigation Interpreter.
.,, (4) personnel Supporting the operation of Aircraft referred to in paragraph (2) letter b include:.,, a. Aircraft Maintenance Expert Personnel;

b. Supporting flight operations Personnel;

c. the cabin Personnel.
.,, (5) Security Service Personnel and flight safety as stipulated in paragraph (1) letter b include:.,, a. personnel service flight navigation;

b. the personnel service of the operation of the airport; and c. the personnel service of the security and safety of air transport companies.
Article 78.,, (1) Aviation Personnel as stipulated in article 77, paragraph (1) required to have a valid certificate of proficiency and is still valid.
.,, (2) a certificate of proficiency as mentioned in subsection (1), awarded by the Minister having regard to:.,, a. age;

b. healthy physical and spiritual;

c. pass the test of proficiency and skill.
.,, (3) a certificate of proficiency as mentioned in subsection (1), obtained after first following education and training.
.,, (4) further Provisions concerning the requirements and procedures for obtaining a certificate of proficiency as mentioned in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
The second part of the flight Personnel Obligations of article 79 (1) flight Personnel who already have a certificate of proficiency required:.,, a. comply with the provisions in accordance with proficiency certificates owned;

b. maintain skills and capabilities;

c. comply with the provisions of the medical examination periodically. (2) the flight Personnel who will carry out the duties required:.,, a. has a certificate in accordance with the tasks to be implemented;

b. healthy conditions in a State of physical and spiritual;

c. qualified and able to perform the task.
.,, (3) Aviation Personnel for carrying out tasks required to keep all rules of safety and aviation safety.
.,, (4) the provisions on the obligations of aviation personnel mentioned in paragraph (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
The third part Authority Captain Aviator Article 80.,, (1) in carrying out the task during the flight, the airplane's Pilot Captain responsible for security and kesela-matan flight.
.,, (2) in carrying out the tasks referred to in subsection (1), the captain of the flyers has the authority to perform the actions of prevention of occurrence of disturbances of security and aviation safety. (3) precautionary measures referred to in paragraph (2), including:.,,.,, a. taking precautions against passengers or other emergency conditions that can interfere with or jeopardize the security and safety of the flight;
.,, b. decreases and/or hand over the perpetrators of the alleged bugging or jeopardize the security and safety of the flights referred to in letter a, to an authorized officer at the nearest airport.
.,, (4) further Provisions regarding the procedures in implementing the precautionary measures referred to in paragraph (3), subject to the decision of the Minister.
The fourth part the authority Operating Personnel Aircraft and Cabin Personnel Article 81.,, (1) for carrying out the task of operating personnel, aircraft and/or personnel mandatory cabin help Captain Aviator over security and aviation safety.
.,, (2) in the event of an emergency during the flight, the airplane's operations personnel and/or personnel stateroom can do or act outside the regulations, on the orders of the captain of the flyers.
The fifth section of the authority Personnel Supporting the operation of the airplane Article 82.,, (1) in carrying out the task of supporting aircraft operations personnel are responsible for the readiness of the aircraft for flight.
.,, (2) in carrying out the duties of personnel supporting the operation of an aircraft can delay a flight for some reason with coordinating with the captain of the flyers.
The sixth part of the education and training of flight Personnel Article 83.,, (1) education and training of flight personnel consists of a type and level.

.,, (2) education and training of flight personnel referred to in paragraph (1), can be held by the Government and/or legal entity Indonesia.
.,, (3) Conducting education and training flight personnel referred to in paragraph (1), mandatory permission from responsible ministers in the field of national education after hearing the consideration of Ministers.
.,, (4) to conduct education and training flight personnel mandatory requirements were met:.,,.,, a. have permission of organizing education and training from authorized agencies;
.,, b. has the Organization governing the Organization of the education and training of aviation personnel;
.,, c. has a number of educators and qualified enough appropriate type and level of education and training;
.,, d. has manual procedures about conducting education and training;
.,, e. syllabus of education and appropriate training and level type and refer to the education system in Indonesia;
., f., has necessary amenities in accordance with the type and level of education and training was organized.
.,, (5) personnel training and education providers that have met the requirements referred to in subsection (4), a certificate given by the Minister.
.,, (6) the certificate of organization of aviation personnel education and training referred to in subsection (5) applies, all still perform the aviation personnel education and training and meet the requirements referred to in subsection (4).
.,, (7) the Minister is obliged to conduct surveillance and evaluation of holding of the education and training of flight personnel to ensure compliance against the requirements referred to in subsection (4).
.,, (8) the provisions on the type and level of education and training as well as the requirements and procedures for obtaining a certificate of organization of aviation personnel education and training referred to in subsection (1), subsection (4) and paragraph (5) subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 84.,, (1) the holder of a certificate of organization of the education and training of flight personnel are obliged to:.,,.,, a. carrying out the kind of education and training in accordance with a given certificate; b. maintain the quality of education and training are held;., c. make planning and reporting for each of organizing education and training packages;
.,, d. report any changes that occur in the Organization of education and training referred to in the certificate are given.
.,, (2) the provisions concerning the liability of the holder of a further certificate of education providers and training flight personnel mentioned in paragraph (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 85.,, (1) a certificate of organization of aviation personnel education and training can be frozen, revised or repealed.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for freezing, revision and revocation referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 86.,, (1) a certificate of organization of aviation personnel education and training can be given to the organizers abroad by way of validating a certificate that is issued by the local State.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for obtaining a certificate of organization of aviation personnel education and training referred to in subsection (1), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Part the eighth Flight Health Article 87.,, (1) health service flight organized by the Government and its implementation may be delegated to an individual or legal entity Indonesia who have qualifying health flight.
.,, (2) health service flight referred to in subsection (1) includes the following activities:.,, a. testing and/or health maintenance against:.,, 1) aircraft operating personnel;

2 ancillary personnel) operations of aircraft;

3 flight navigation services personnel);

4) personnel services operation of the airport;

5) personnel security and safety service of air transport companies.
.,, b. hygiene and sanitation inspection of airports, airport support facilities, health and safety facilities supporting flight; c. sanitation and hygiene inspection of aircraft.
.,, (3) against the results of a medical examination referred to in paragraph (2) letter a and letter b, given a certificate by the Minister of health.
.,, (4) the provisions of health care more about the flights referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), arranged in accordance with the legislation in force.
CHAPTER VIII FLIGHT NAVIGATION SERVICES TARIFF Article 88.,, (1) the granting of flight navigation services for a fee in the form of fare flight navigation services.
.,, (2) the price of the flight navigation services referred to in subsection (1), established on the basis of structures and classes.
Article 89.,, (1) the structure of the price of the flight navigation services is tariff framework associated with the flight distance factor and the weight factor for the aircraft according service provided by organizers of the flight navigation services. (2) the price of the flight navigation services includes:.,, a. fare domestic flights; and b. fares on international flights.
.,, (3) further Provisions concerning the structure and the rates of flight navigation services referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 90 Fare as stipulated in article 88 does not applies to: a. the aircraft of the Republic of Indonesia,;., b. plane to be used for the purposes of search and rescue (search and rescue) or humanitarian activities;
.,, c. specialized aircraft used by guests of State, heads of State or heads of Government and their Entourage on a State visit in Indonesia;
.,, d. aircraft belonging to the Department of transportation to be used for the education of the cockpit crew of the aircraft, air navigation aids calibration, or other activities related to the construction of aviation safety;
.,, e. aircraft belonging to the sports Assembly flights given the exemption by the Director General;
., f. foreign military aircraft that can show recommendations exemption from the Department of Defense or the headquarters of the Indonesia national army.
Article 91.,, (1) the rate of aviation navigation services at airports held by the Government, established by government regulation.
.,, (2) the price of the flight navigation services organized by State-owned enterprises founded for conducts flight navigation services, established by the organizer of the Flight Navigation Services after consulted with the Minister.
CHAPTER IX SEARCH and RESCUE AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT Article 92.,, (1) any aviator who was in danger of experiencing flight tasks or know of any other aircraft that is feared is facing danger in flight, the officer is obligated to immediately inform the air traffic.
.,, (2) any air traffic officer who was on duty, immediately after receiving the notice referred to in subsection (1) or know of any aircraft which is in a State of danger or danger or experiencing feared lost in flight, the Agency is obligated to immediately notify the National SAR.
Article 93.,, (1) the national SAR Agency obligated to exert potential SAR against search and rescue and aid granting to any aircraft accident or aircraft in danger or lost in flight.
.,, (2) any person or legal entity that operates the aircraft are obliged to help the search and rescue effort against the accident aircraft.
.,, (3) the provisions concerning search and rescue aircraft accident against adapted to the legislation in force.
CHAPTER X RESEARCH the CAUSE of the ACCIDENT AIRCRAFT Article 94.,, (1) any aircraft accident occurs in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia, carried out research to find out the cause of the accident.
.,, (2) research on the accident aircraft referred to in subsection (1), performed by the Sub Committee of the air transport Accident Research was formed in accordance with the legislation.
.,, (3) the Minister may appoint a person who has a particular expertise became a member of the Sub Committee on air transport Accident Research.
.,, (4) Sub Committee on air transport Accident Research in performing tasks may involve:.,, a. a representative of the Government of the place of the aircraft is registered;

b. representatives of the aircraft manufacturer and the engine of an aircraft; and/or c. representative of air transport companies.
.,, (5) Sub Committee on air transport Accident Research authorities requesting information and/or assistance services expertise of aviation companies, legal entities or individuals, Indonesia to smooth research of the causes of the accident aircraft.
.,, (6) further Provisions regarding the investigation of the accident aircraft referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Minister.
Article 95.,, (1) air transport companies and/or operator of the aircraft to the air accident is obliged immediately to report to the Minister and the Sub Committee of the air transport Accident Research.

.,, (2) organizer of the airport and/or the organizer of the flight navigation services know and/or receive reports of the accident aircraft are obliged to immediately report to the Minister and the Sub Committee of the air transport Accident Research.
.,, (3) after receiving reports of the accident aircraft referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), the Sub Committee of the air transport Accident Research undertook the research.
.,, (4) further Provisions regarding reporting procedures referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 96.,, (1) an authorized officer at the site of the accident airplane's obligatory precautions against an aircraft that crashed outside of the area of the working environment of airports, to:.,, a. protecting air passengers and crew;.,, b. prevent the onset of action that can change the layout of the aircraft, damage and/or retrieve items from an aircraft that had an accident.
.,, (2) security measures referred to in paragraph (1), may take place up to the end of the implementation of the research in the field by the Sub Committee of the air transport Accident Research.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the security measures referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), arranged in accordance with the legislation in force.
Article 97.,, (1) Sub Committee on air transport obligated Accident Research reported the results to the Minister.
.,, (2) the Minister conveyed the results of the research referred to in subsection (1) to the International Civil Aviation Organization.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the reporting and submission of the results of the research referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
CHAPTER XI ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION Article 98.,, (1) any person and/or legal entities that manufacture and/or operating aircraft, is obligated to prevent environmental pollution.
.,, (2) environmental pollution referred to in subsection (1), include things related to:.,, a. exhaust emissions;

b. noise levels.
.,, (3) the provisions referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), applies to aircraft which will be registered and/or operated in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia.
.,, (4) the Conditions referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), applies only to aircraft propulsion engine-driven type of gas turbines.
.,, (5) aircraft that have been registered and/or operated in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia must meet the requirements referred to in subsection (2), no later than 10 (ten) years since the establishment of this Government Regulation.
.,, (6) further Provisions regarding the matters referred to in subsection (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
CHAPTER XII SANCTIONS Article 99.,, (1) violation of the requirements of operational reliability satisfy not an aircraft referred to in article 16, article 17, article 26, article 28, article 41, article 42, article 45, article 46, article 47, article 50, article 61, and article 62 of the administrative sanctions imposed.
.,, (2) the imposition of administrative sanctions referred to in subsection (1) is done through a process of written warning as many as three (3) times in a row with a grace period of each 1 (one) month.
.,, (3) when the warning referred to in subsection (2) is not above begging, followed by the freezing of a certificate for a period of not longer than three (3) months.
.,, (4) if the freezing of the certificate referred to in subsection (3) duration runs out and there is no improvement, then the certificate is revoked.
Article 100 the operational reliability of the certificate holder of an aircraft referred to in Article 99 can be directly subject to the sanctions without going through the process of certificate revocation as stipulated in article 99 in terms of certificate holders is proven to: a. conduct activities endangering State security;

b. obtain a certificate and/or permit unauthorized way; or, significantly, c. perform actions that endanger the security and safety of the flight.
Article 101.,, (1) certificate of proficiency flight personnel could be revoked if the holder of a certificate of proficiency does not fulfill the obligations as stipulated in article 69, article 71, article 70 paragraph (3), article 79, article 80, article 81 and article 82,.
.,, (2) the revocation of a certificate of proficiency as mentioned in subsection (1), carried out through a process of written warnings.
.,, (3) when the warning referred to in subsection (2), not above begging continued by freezing a certificate of proficiency for a specific time period.
.,, (4) If during the period of the freezing referred to in subsection (3), there is no attempt by the holder of a certificate of improvements, then a certificate of proficiency is revoked.
.,, (5) further Provisions concerning the freezing period referred to in subsection (3), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 102 certificates of proficiency was revoked without going through the warning process and/or freezing, in which case the holder of the certificate proves to be: a. obtain certificates of proficiency by way illegitimate; or b. doing activities that endanger State security.

CHAPTER XIII TRANSITIONAL PROVISION Article 103 with the introduction of government regulations, all regulations that were lower than government regulations governing the aviation safety and security stated remains valid, as long as it does not conflict or has not been replaced with a new one based on government regulations.

CHAPTER XIV the CONCLUDING PROVISIONS of article 104 of this Regulation comes into force one (1) year from the date set.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Regulation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

.,, Set in Jakarta on 5 February 2001 the PRESIDENT of INDONESIA, ABDURRAHMAN WAHID Enacted in Jakarta on 5 February 2001 the STATE SECRETARY DJOHAN EFFENDI of INDONESIA, STATE GAZETTE EXTRA RI No. 4075 (explanation of State Gazette No. 9 of 2001) EXPLANATION of GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 3 in 2001 ABOUT the SECURITY and SAFETY of GENERAL AVIATION, aviation safety, security, and have an important and strategic role in organizing the flight so the first controlled by the State and its construction was done by the Government in one unified system of the Ministry of safety and security of civil aviation.
., Coaching, conducted by the Government includes aspects of the setting, control and surveillance against development, utilization, and development of the system of the Ministry of aviation safety and security, in an effort to bring about the conduct of the flight are happy, secure, fast, smooth, orderly and regular and integrated with other transportation modes.
.,, On the basis of the above things, then in government regulations set provisions regarding system security and flight safety, aircraft operating services, the operation of airports, arrangements about air space, flight safety and security personnel, the Ministry of health of the flight, the procedures for handling and inspection of passengers, baggage, cargo and mail, search and rescue aircraft accidents, research the causes of the accident aircraft, civil aviation security program as well as the price of the flight navigation services.
.,, In addition to the above, also arranged the operational reliability of the aircraft which basically can only be fulfilled if the requirements concerning the standard of health of the air, the airplane's architecture, the manufacture of aircraft, aircraft maintenance, operation of aircraft, aircraft noise standards, shelter the remaining fuel, and exhaust gas thresholds the aircraft, as well as aircraft, personnel can be met according to applicable legislation.
.,, Other things that need to be set up, which is the administrative completeness at once operational requirements aircraft is an aircraft registration and nationality marks of aircraft air.

The SAKE ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1., pretty clear, article 2, paragraph (1), aviation safety and security, is a series of interconnected activities related and influence each other which includes conducting in the field of aircraft, flight safety and security as well as flight personnel. Subsection (2), including aspects of the setting, control and supervision are aspects of planning. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), is quite clear, article 3, paragraph (1), clear Enough, paragraph (2) letter a,,.,, Airport Security Program (airport security program) is part of the civil aviation security programme which aims to provide protection for the crew of the aircraft, the aircraft, the passengers, the officers in the army and society as well as the installations in the area of the airport from the actions against the law. The letter b., Security Programs, air transport companies (airlines security program) is part of the civil aviation security programme which aims to provide protection against air-crew and passengers as well as safeguarding aircraft from actions against the law. Paragraph (3), it is pretty clear, article 4, article 5, pretty clear., paragraph (1), flight Navigation Services, implemented under normal circumstances and an emergency flight.

Is a service navigate flights conducted under normal circumstances aviation flight navigation services is provided to aircraft which carry out flights in accordance with the flight plan.


Is a service navigate flights carried out in emergency flight is flight navigation services provided to aircraft performing flights do not comply with its flight plan, with respect to potential operational reasons threatening the security and safety of flight. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), it is pretty clear, article 6, paragraph (1), operation of the airport, service enforced under normal circumstances and an emergency flight.

Is the operation of the airport was carried out under normal circumstances aviation is a Ministry of the operation of the airport was given to aircraft which carry out flights in accordance with the flight plan.

Is the operation of the airport was carried out in an emergency flight operation services of the airport was given to the aircraft performing flights do not comply with its flight plan, with respect to potential operational reasons threatening the security and safety of flight. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), article 7, is clear enough, clear enough, article 8, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), a, is the standard of health of the air is the air health standards for aircraft created or engineered specifically for transporting passengers. While other types of aircraft transporting passengers, such as gantole, light aircraft, gliders, and the flying boat will be arranged with special requirements that will be set based on the development of architecture (don't have the health standards of the air).

The letter a.,, is a transport category aircraft is an aircraft-style propeller propulsion power and more than one (1) power mover, has a passenger configuration of more than 19 (nineteen) passengers and Max takeoff weight more than 8,600 kg (19,000 pounds) or aircraft propulsion power with jet engines and more than one (1) power mover and Max takeoff weight more than 5,700 kg (12,500 pounds).

Who is normal category airplane is an airplane that is restricted with a passenger seating configuration of not more than 9 (nine) and Max takeoff weight not more than 5,700 kg (12,500 pounds) and are used not for acrobatics.

The definition of the category utility airplane is an airplane that is restricted with a passenger seating configuration of not more than 9 (nine) and Max takeoff weight not more than 5,700 kg (12,500 pounds) and used for acrobatic operation is limited.

Is the acrobatic category airplane is an airplane that is restricted with a passenger seating configuration of not more than 9 (nine) and Max takeoff weight not more than 5,700 kg (12,500 pounds) and can be used for acrobatics.

Is the commuter category airplanes are a powerful driving force of aircraft with propeller style and more than one (1) power mover, has a passenger seating configuration of not more than 19 (nineteen) and Max takeoff weight not more than 8,600 kg (19,000 pounds) and is used not for acrobatics. The letter b.,, which is the normal category helicopters are helicopters with a Max takeoff weight of not more than 2,700 kg (6000 pounds). The letters c, a, is a transport category helicopter is a helicopter with a Max takeoff weight more than 2,700 kg (6000 pounds). D., letter, quite clearly the letter e, letter f, is quite clear, quite obviously, subsection (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), article 9, clear enough, clear enough, article 10, article 11, clear enough, clear enough, article 12, Article 13 clearly, simply,, subsection (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3).,, letter a.,, the Minister gives approval architecture changes undertaken by the company or individual. Letter b.,, the Minister gives approval of changes to type certificates in the form of architecture in addition to the company or individual who is not the holder of the certificate type. C., letters, the Minister gives approval of revision of certificate types to changes in architecture made by the holder of the type certificate. Subsection (4), Article 14 is clear enough, clear enough, Article 15, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2),, is a type of certificate validation is a type certificate against other countries after the evaluation architecture and the manufacture of aircraft, aircraft engines and propeller aircraft based on the standard of health of the Republic of Indonesia air. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), is quite clear, article 16, paragraph (1), production quality Certificate, given by the Minister to:.,, a. holder of certificate types that already have a quality control system that meets the standard; and/or, a certificate holder, b. additional types that produce components and has had quality control systems that meet the standard; and/or, c.., a company that produces components based on the recognized technical standards (Technical Standars Order/TSO) and already have a quality control system that meets the standard; and/or, d.., a company that produces components and/or materials based on similarity of technical standards (Part Manufacturer Approval/PMA) and has a quality control system that meets the standards. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), it is pretty clear, article 17, Article 18, clear enough, clear enough, article 19, paragraph (1), is, quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), the definition of the health Certificate of Air Transport Category Standards is a certificate given to the transport category aeroplanes, helicopters that transport category design bangunnya meet the standards of health of air transport category.

The health Certificate does Air the Standard Normal Category is a certificate given to aircraft categories normal, normal category rotorcraft design bangunnya meet the standards of the health of the air of a normal category.

The health Certificate does Air a standard Category Utility is a certificate given to the utility category aircraft design meets the standards of air bangunnya the health category utility.

The health Certificate does Aerial Acrobatic Category Standard is a certificate given to the acrobatic category airplanes that meet the standards of the health bangunnya design air acrobatic category.

The health Certificate does the standard Air Commuter Category is a certificate given to a commuter category airplane design bangunnya meet the standards of health of air transport category.

The health Certificate does the Air Balloon Category Standard Berpenumpang is a certificate given to the berpenumpang balloon design bangunnya meet the standards of the health category air balloon berpenumpang.

The health certificate of the standard Aerial as aforesaid are not given for aircraft engine and propeller aircraft. Subsection (4),, is an aircraft for use in limited (restricted) is an aircraft that is built in accordance with the certificate type is limited, or the aircraft type certificate and have done changes to certain uses, among others, for a photo shoot in the air, spraying and others.

What is meant by an aircraft for use in temporary (provisional) is an aircraft that is currently undergoing the certification process certificate types where testing has been technically meet the standards of the health of the air, but administratively are not yet entirely resolved.

Aircraft of this type can be used for, among others, download training customer test flight demonstration pilot, commercial and others.

What is meant by airplane to experiment (experimental) was an aircraft that was given a certificate for testing purposes eligibility standards of regulation, research and development, training, exhibitions, market survey, the race or aircraft that was built by someone (home built) and was used by that make it to the purpose of the development of aerospace and recreational.

What is meant by an aircraft for the purpose of the special flight was the aircraft that were given certificates of health for the purpose of air missions among other things for the repair and maintenance of airplane rescue, evacuation, operation exceeds the maximum take-off weight of the aircraft, submission (delivery) or export and production test flight. Subsection (5), quite obviously, subsection (6), article 20, clear enough, clear enough, chapter 21, paragraph (1). the health certificates, expenses, air to export depending upon the request of the importing countries. Subsection (2), the definition of the product is an aircraft, aircraft engine and propeller aircraft including components and parts.

Article 22, Article 23, clear enough, clear enough, Article 24, Article 25, clear enough, clear enough, Article 26, article 27 is quite clear, quite obviously, of article 28, Article is quite clear, 29.,, is quite clear, article 30, article 31 clearly Enough., paragraph (1),, is a two-letter indicating the identity of Indonesia is at paragraph (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), quite obviously, subsection (4). Pretty clear, Article 32, Article 33, clear enough, clear enough, Article 34, paragraph (1), is the airport serving the airport include General and special Airport. The next question is the proof certificate has been the fulfillment of requirements to ensure the security and safety of the flight. Subsection (2), the letter a

.,, Is the aviation facilities include equipment landing system equipment, communication systems, meteorological equipment, runway (runway), connecting the runway (taxiway), aircraft parking equipment (apron) and the terminal.

What is meant by supporting flight equipment include electrical equipment, installation of water, equipment workshop, pergundangan, and Scouting aircraft parking equipment (Aircraft Docking Guidance System/ADGS).

Adjustment with the airport only applies to public airports. The letter b., service Procedures, airport, among others, include: 1) procedure for passenger service;

2) cargo and post Service procedures;

3) procedures aircraft services;

4 konsesioner service procedure). The letters c, a, Airport Security Program (Airport Security Program) is part of the civil aviation security program that aims to guarantee the protection of air crew and passengers, the officers in the army and society as well as the installations in the area of the airport from the threat of action against the law. D., letter, quite clearly the letter e, letter f, clear enough, clear enough, the letter g, letter h, clear enough, clear enough, the letter i, letter j, it is quite clear, quite obviously, subsection (3), Article 35, quite clearly, is the land side of the airport area is not directly related to the activities of flight operations.

What is meant by airside areas of airports are directly related to the activities of flight operations.

Article 36, Article 37 is clear enough,.,, subsection (1), letter a,.,, is the organic material is a material that is neither a metallic materials among others in the form of bags, flour, plastic, liquids, etc.

What is meant by non-organic material in the form of materials made of metal. the letter b., quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), Article 38, pretty clear., paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), a, is the equipment supporting the operation of airports, among others, in the form of bridges, conveyor belts, and ancillary services equipment ground plane (ground support equipment). Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), Article is quite clear, 39, paragraph (1), emergency, at the airport in the form of, among others: a. an aircraft experiencing emergencies flights;., b., sabotage or bomb threats against aircraft and/or flight infrastructures; c. aircraft in the threat of disruption against the law;

d. incident on the plane because ingredients and/or dangerous goods;

e. fire on buildings;

f. natural disasters. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), is quite clear, article 40, Article 41, it is clear enough, clear enough, Article 42, paragraph (1), clear Enough, paragraph (2) letter a,,.,, is the movement of an aircraft on the aircraft parking is heading and/or leave the parking lot. The letter b.,, is the supporting equipment for parking aircraft are among other Scouting aircraft parking equipment or aircraft docking guiding system. Paragraph (3), Article is quite clear, 43, paragraph (1), a notice in this provision in the form of news/information which contains conditions or changes regarding the aeronautical facility, service, procedure or distractions, period of validity period is a useful notice to be known by the aviation community (Notice to Airmen/NOTAM).

What is meant by special interests, among others, is the guest of the State visit, departure and/or arrival of Heads of State in/from the airport concerned. Subsection (2), Article is quite clear, 44, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2).,, letter a., of flight, General information contains information that includes: l. flight terms and conditions;.,, 2. flight information service and meteorological services;

3. the person in charge of making the maps of flights;

4. the person in charge of the Ministry of communications and air traffic;

5. SAR services;

6. the price of the service of the airport and aviation navigation services. The letter b., flight navigation services Information, contains information that includes: 1. setting the route of flight and service on the flight line;

2. the settings of the air traffic in the air space;

3. system flight navigation AIDS;

4. Description of the prohibited areas, restricted and danger;

5. Description of the populations and the displacement of groups of birds. The letter c., Airport Information, contains information that includes: 1. rescue and fire-fighting services;

2. penunjangnya of the runway and facilities;

3. service of passengers and penunjangnya facilities. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), Article is quite clear, 45, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), the letter a, letter b, quite clearly, the aviation community for News, referred to in this provision in aviation is called with a NOTAM (Notice to Airman). The letter c, letter d, clear enough, clear enough, paragraph (3), Article is quite clear, 46, subsection (1), Connecting the runway in conditions in aviation called taxiways. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), the captain of the flyers in this provision is the captain of the flyers who are doing service to the airport is closed.

The other airport is an airport where the aircraft would be and was heading to the airport closed.

The definition of operator is air transport companies that will fly to the airport. Subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), Article is quite clear, 47., paragraph (1),, a place isolated in this provision is part of the territory of the airport specially provided for the placement of an aircraft experiencing interference or security threats.

Part of the airport is meant to be completely safe from the interference of other parties and can ensure the security and safety of flights at the airport. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), Article 48, quite clearly, subsection (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), the letter a, letter b, clear enough, clear enough, Letter c.,, is the demand of the market as referred to in this provision is the occurrence of an increased demand for air transport services from and to the airport in question.

Market demand including the deliberations of the economic and commercial. D., letter, clear enough market demand and economic growth as stipulated in the provisions of the letters c and d are not the things that absolutely must be observed for the determination of the operating hours of the airport. Paragraph (3), Article is quite clear, 49, paragraph (1), in certain circumstances, this provision can be a State of peak season which requires the addition of the flight schedule, the occurrence of the delay due to technical reasons or for reasons of weather or air traffic arrangements, the presence of a VIP flight, defense and security interests is concerned, the occurrence of natural disasters and the SAR activities. Paragraph (2) letter a,,.,, is quite clear, the letter b., understanding the ability of airports referred to in this provision are associated among other things with the facilities, equipment and personnel are available at the airport concerned. The letters c, a, pretty clear paragraph (3), article 50, clear enough, clear enough, Article 51, Article 52, quite clearly, is the air-side (non public area) is part of the airport and all the amenities penunjangnya which is not a public area where everyone, goods, and vehicles that will enter through mandatory security checks and/or have special permission.

What is meant by security checks in aviation is a security check.

Article 53, Article 54, clear enough, clear enough, Article 55.,, repeated security checks against the luggage from passengers who cancel departed or departing not with their owners intended to prevent the occurrence of actions against the law from the passenger, for example because it contains dangerous goods luggage.

Article 56.,, pretty obvious Article 57, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), perundangan-undangan, rule that applies in this provision, among others, are the international conventions regarding the treatment of the top diplomatic bags that have been ratified by the Government of Indonesia.

Article 58, paragraph (1).,, materials and/or dangerous goods are solid, liquid or gaseous that may endanger the safety of people, property and aviation safety. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), Article 59, clear enough, clear enough, Article 60, paragraph (1), Weapons, referred to in this provision be either firearms or weapons. In the case of firearms, the submission is done by demonstrating greater control over permissions. Subsection (2), in which the firearm is stored, then the retention of ammunition after the issued firearms and storage of firearms and ammunition is carried out at a separate venue. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), this provision was implemented by observing the rules of perundangan-undangan.

Article 61, Article is quite clear, 62, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), Change the ability and/or the development of facilities and/or equipment supporting the flights referred to in this provision be permanent/fixed. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), Article is quite clear, 63., paragraph (1), the definition of air space for the benefit of Ministry of aviation navigation is the air Chamber in which flight navigation services provided to aircraft (Flight Information Region/Upper Information Region and FIR). Subsection (2), clearly Enough, paragraph (3)

.,, Which is the relevant agencies are the Department of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Defense.

Article 64, paragraph (1), the air space, controlled (controlled airspace) is air space defined its boundaries, which provided air traffic services (Air Traffic Control Services) and flight information services (Flight Information Service) as well as service readiness (Alerting Service).

Air space that is not controlled (an uncontrolled airspace) is air space defined its boundaries in which provided flight information service (Flight Information Service) and service readiness (Alerting Service). Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), Article 65, clear enough, clear enough, Article 66, Article 67. Quite clearly, subsection (1), airspace Violations, referred to in these terms is a violation of the sovereignty of the Republic of Indonesia by a foreign aircraft, while air is forbidden area violation violations committed by either an aircraft or aircraft of a foreign national. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), Article 68, pretty clear., paragraph (1), letter a., of, in the grant of air traffic services in particular concerns the communication facility, note also the provisions applicable in the field of telecommunications. The letter b, Letter c, clear enough, clear enough, the letter d., quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), Calibration, test and is peneraan on performance of equipment/air navigation facilities in order to meet the standards of operational flights in order to ensure the safety of the flight. Subsection (4), Article 69. Quite clearly, quite clearly, article 70, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), the letter a, letter b, quite clearly, is the flight information centre is a Flight Service Station (FSS) or Flight Information Centre (FIC). Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), Section 71, is quite clear., paragraph (1),, events throw objects from aircraft like pest spraying, fire department, and artificial rain-making or other activities, including activities not prohibited under the terms of this all is done according to applicable legislation. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), Article is quite clear, 72, subsection (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), this provision is intended to accommodate a situation when the captain of the flyers can't afford more (powerless), so that reporting can be done by other aircraft personnel, among others, flight engineer in the order authorizes the airplane in question. Paragraph (3), Article is quite clear, 73, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), the letter a, letter b, clear enough, clear enough, Letter c., of, in the grant of air traffic services in particular concerns the communication facility, note also the provisions applicable in the field of telecommunications. D., letter, quite clearly the letter e, letter f, clear enough, clear enough, the letter g, letter h, clear enough, clear enough, the letter i, letter j, it is quite clear, quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), Article is quite clear, 74., paragraph (1), a., air space Control Center, cruising is the Area Control Center (ACC). The letter b., air space Control Centre, approach is the Approach Control Office (APP). The letter c., air space control centre at the airport is an Aerodrome Control Tower (ADC). D., flight information Centre, is the Flight Information Centre (FIC). The letter e., flight information Centre, the airport was the Aerodrome Flight Information Service (AFIS). The letter f., quite obviously, subsection (2), Article is quite clear, 75.,, is the improvement of the quality of human resources in this provision, among others, is to improve the quality of personnel of the Ministry of aviation navigation in accordance with the development of science and technology, through educational activities and training, refresher, visits and information exchange activities both domestically and abroad.

Article 76, paragraph (1), air traffic Services, in particular airport is part of the Ministry of aviation navigation. Subsection (2), the fees referred to in this provision include, among others, the accommodation cost/consumption, transportation, insurance and closing as well as other costs related to a proper fulfilment of the needs of officers for duty in the specific airport concerned. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), Article 77, clear enough, clear enough, Article 78, Article 79, clear enough, clear enough, Article 80, 81, Article is quite clear, quite clearly, Article 82, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), which is the specific reason is if the flight readiness found things such as the presence of damage to the instrument or component of an aircraft that require improvement or change the State of the weather in the route of flight.

Article 83, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2),, is a legal entity, this provision in Indonesia as well as the holder of the certificate holder or an aircraft operator certificate aircraft repair station. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), quite obviously, subsection (6), quite obviously, paragraph (7), quite obviously, subsection (8), Article 84, clear enough, clear enough, Article 85, Article 86, it is quite clear, quite clearly, Article 87, Article 88. Quite clearly, subsection (1), which is the price of the flight navigation services during this time known as the price of the flight service or route air navigation charge IE the rewards received on service flights for domestic flights international flights, including flights across borders (border crossing flight) and flight (over flying). Subsection (2), a service navigate Equivalently fares, flights are assigned based on the structure and the fares having regard to: a. the interests of the public service;

b. improved quality services;

c. smooth services;

d. refund of costs.

89. Article, pretty clear, Article 90, Article 91, obvious enough, clear enough, Article 92, Article 93 is clear enough, clear enough, Article 94, paragraph (1),, including in terms of aircraft accidents are accidents involving aircraft with a rocket or other space objects. Research activities of the causes of the accident aircraft was not intended to account for errors in the associated parties, but rather to prevent the accident from happening again to an aircraft with the same cause. Subsection (2),, is a Sub Committee of the air transport Accident Research is a Sub Committee of the national transportation safety Committee. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), quite obviously, subsection (6), Article 95 is quite clear, quite clearly, Article 96, paragraph (1), which is the competent authority in this provision is the element of local government or local security apparatus. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), Article 97, clear enough, clear enough, Article 98, Article 99, clear enough, clear enough, Article 100, 101 Article quite clear, quite clearly, Article 102.,, pretty obvious Article 103, 104 Article is quite clear, quite clearly.