Acrobatic Aircraft Flight Rules

Original Language Title: Gaisa kuģu akrobātisko lidojumu noteikumi

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 273 in Riga in 2007 (April 24. No 25 14) air acrobatic flight rules Issued in accordance with the law "on the air" in article 40 the second paragraph of rule 1 determine air acrobatic flight procedure air space of the Republic of Latvia. 2. the Acrobatic flight means a flight during which pilots deliberately to manoeuvre the aircraft to unusual 3-d position and speed changes. 3. Akrobātisko flights may take a person who is: 3.1. Republic of Latvia issued by another State or by a recognised competent authority issued the aircraft a pilot certificate with the aircraft class and (or) type rating, corresponding to the aircraft with which the acrobatic flight will be carried out;
3.2. a class 1 medical certificate in accordance with the laws and regulations governing the health requirements in civil aviation;
3.3. State agencies ' Civil Aviation Agency "(hereinafter – Civil Aviation Agency) granted permission to perform the acrobatic flights (hereinafter licence). 4. Akrobātisko flights according to these rules 16, 17 and 18 in line with the national joint stock company "Latvian air traffic" (further-the Latvian air traffic), and dedicated in a delimited airspace area (hereinafter referred to as the demarcated area). 5. Akrobātisko flights conducted with aircraft that are certified for the acrobatic flights and for the performance of specific aircraft flight operations manual and the Civil Aviation Agency contained in the permit requirements and conditions. 6. Akrobātisko flights take a Latvian air traffic above log on time according to the zone of operation of the procedure and of 7 December 1944 Convention on international civil aviation annex 2 mentioned in the visual flight rules. Acrobatic flights are allowed, if the distance from the clouds is equal to or greater than the distance specified in the annex of the rules. 7. Prohibited akrobātisko flights: 7.1. below the pilot's qualifications relevant minimum height or flights that do not meet the qualifications of the pilot;
7.2. the period from sunset to Sunrise;
7.3. the above cities and places where the outdoors gathered people;
7.4. the outside acrobatic flights in certain designated areas. 8. to obtain the permission of the Civil Aviation Agency, at least five working days before the planned acrobatic flight made the applicant (holder of the zone) in the application for the establishment of the zone to perform acrobatic flight in addition to the laws of the Republic of Latvia to the airspace structure and its change agenda for the prescribed information or submission shall be accompanied by the following: 8.1 the security zone (buffer) space coordinates that determine such distance: 8.1.1. uncontrolled airspace-1.5 nautical miles in the horizontal plane and 1000 feet above the upper limit of the zone in the vertical plane;
8.1.2. in controlled airspace-five nautical miles in the horizontal plane and 1000 feet above the upper limit of the zone in the vertical plane;
8.2. operating procedure the zone description (including planned akrobātisko flights). 9. If the acrobatic flights planned do not pose a threat to civil aviation security or the safety of the Civil Aviation Agency, within three working days following that rule 8 referred to receiving permits and create a delimited zone according to the laws of the Republic of Latvia to the airspace structure and its change agenda. 10. before using the zone started its operational procedures into line with the Civil Aviation Agency. The zone's operating procedures (instruction) include the following: 10.1 the zone description (include at least the zone location, geographical coordinates World Geodetic System-1984, the zone boundary visual landmarks and obstacles, as well as coordinates, height and visual landmarks to the arrival area and departure from the area) and use;
10.2. for the zone the person responsible for the use of the name and contact information. 11. If the zone operational procedures require amendments, amendments prior to their introduction into line with the Civil Aviation Agency. 12. the Demarcated zone may be located at one of the aircraft, except when the acrobatic flights are carried out in a group. 13. the user of the zone is not responsible for the accuracy of the information given in the application and the compliance of the requested zone planned for acrobatic flights. 14. A Pilot who is not the holder of the zone, akrobātisko flights designated zone may be carried out if the flights are in agreement with the above zone users are familiar with the operational zone and tested procedures or submitted by users of the zone: 14.1. certificate of airworthiness of the aircraft or aircraft standard certificate for validity of the flights;
14.2. This provision referred to in paragraph 3;
14.3. for acrobatic flights the required amount of fuel, expressed in hours and minutes;
14.4. the planned flight time and duration. 15. the holder of the zone in radio contact with the pilot of the aircraft that perform acrobatic flights, provide a separate frequency. 16. before the planned flight no later than the previous day at 17.00 the zone shall inform the holder of the Latvian air traffic for acrobatic flight launch time and duration. 17. If the Latvian air service agreed that provision referred to in paragraph 16 the flight zone the holder of less than an hour before the commencement of the flight in the acrobatic inform the Latvian air traffic for acrobatic flight, declaring the zone number, the acrobatic flight scheduled launch time, the end time and the aircraft type. 18. Acrobatic flight may be initiated after a Latvian air traffic announced on the users in the zone delimited zone activation. Users of the zone shall inform the pilot of the aircraft on the zone's activation and allow him to use a delimited area. 19. air traffic has the right to request the suspension of flights designated acrobatic zone, if it threatens the safety of aircraft. The user of the zone immediately executes the Latvian air traffic demand. 20. at the end of the acrobatic flights designated zone, the zone will inform the holder of the Latvian air traffic. Latvian air traffic in designated zones to inactivate the airspace users can use it without restrictions that were in effect in the designated active area. 21. the user of the zone is fully responsible for the acrobatic aircraft flight performance even if his duties on these flights delegated in writing to another person. 22. Passenger acrobatic flight may be located in the aircraft if the passenger feels that his health condition is suitable to perform the flight, the passenger is aware of the possible consequences of a flight and the impact on health and before the flight it is stated in writing to the holder of the zone. The pilot is a transporting passengers behind the barred, if the passenger's State of health, taking into account the relevant criteria is the object obviously not appropriate for a given flight. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. Shlesers annex a Cabinet of 24 April 2007, regulations No 273 minimum distances from clouds acrobatic flight no PO box of Acrobatic aircraft flight type minimum distance from clouds in the vertical plane, the minimum distance from clouds horizontal plane 1. Helicopters and vertical take-off and landing aircraft, and aircraft that tow the fall rate is less than 50 knots without altitude change flight solo flight to 500 feet (150 meters) 1 nautical mile Flight group of 500 feet ( 150 meters) 1.5 nautical mile Flight with altitude changes solo flights 500 feet (150 meters) 1.5 nautical miles in Flight 800 feet (250 m) 3 nautical miles 2. Aircraft other than helicopters and vertical take-off and landing aircraft, and aircraft that tow the fall rate is less than 50 knots without altitude change flight solo flight to 500 feet (150 meters) 1.5 nautical miles in Flight 800 feet (250 m) 3 nautical mile Flight with altitude changes solo flights 1000 feet (300 meters) 3 nautical miles of the aircraft piston engine flight group of 1000 feet (300 m) 3 nautical miles Jet flights group 1500 feet (450 m) 4 nautical miles of traffic Minister a. shlesers