View The Organisation Of Aviation And Procedural Requirements

Original Language Title: Aviācijas skates organizēšanas un norises kārtība

Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/155753

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 235 in 2007. Riga on 10 April (pr. No 23 15) view of the organisation of aviation and procedures issued under the law "on the air" 40. the second paragraph of article i. General questions 1. determines the view of the organisation of aviation and procedures in the Republic of Latvia. 2. the aviation under the terms of this view has one or more aircraft or flight demonstration of a parachute dropping a public viewing. 3. the rules applicable in the Republic of Latvia organized aviation shows, with the exception of the view of aviation, organised by the Latvian national armed forces of Latvia's national armed forces bases or military airfields or in the territories of the only military aircraft and personnel. 4. in view of the progress of aviation is allowed, if subject to the following requirements: 4.1 the Organizer view of aviation (physical or legal person who, in the view of the aviation plan measures) has received Civil Aviation Agency's view of the authorization of aviation (hereinafter permit);
4.2. If in view of aviation are intended for aircraft in flight or dropping of parachute demonstrations, airspace structure, regulatory laws are designated within the area in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 18;
4.3. the organizer has the view of aviation commanded the following persons: 4.3.1. skates Manager of aviation-the person who runs the views of aviation and is responsible for screening procedures and security;
4.3.2. aircraft flight Manager-the person who prepares prior to the flight in view of aviation aircraft involved in the inspection of aircraft and their crew documents and coordinate the flights of aircraft avionics view;
4.3.3. Technical Manager-the person who checks the view of aviation aircraft involved in a technical position and is responsible for the security of aviation technical view. 5. If, in the view of aviation for acrobatic flight or dropping of parachute demonstrations, in addition to the provisions referred to in paragraph 4.3 of the persons responsible aviation Organizer view post: acrobatic flights 5.1 driver-a person, who runs the akrobātisko flights;
5.2. parachute Rangers Manager-the person who runs the parachute Rangers. 6. If it does not pose a threat to aviation users and viewers see security, aviation screening the organizer with the Civil Aviation Agency's permission may designate one person responsible for exercising this provision in paragraph 4.3 and paragraph 5 of these duties. II. the granting of authorisation procedures 7. Permission to view the Organizer, not later than 15 working days before the scheduled screening of aviation, the Civil Aviation Agency submitted an application (annex 1). The application shall be accompanied by the following documents: 7.1. detailed view of aviation program;
7.2. the aviation screening venues topographical map the exact view of Aviation of the boundaries of the zone, the demonstration zone boundaries, the intended viewer location (hereinafter referred to as the Viewer), the view of aviation control center, aircraft parking and vehicle parking;
7.3. the view of the members of aviation (the person participating in the aviation measures see paraugdemonstrējumo) list (annex 2);
7.4. the provision in paragraph 4.3 and paragraph 5 of the persons referred to formal qualifications according to the tasks;
7.5. a written declaration that the municipality in whose territory the planned aviation skate, as well as the landowner agrees to organize such activities in accordance with the Public Entertainment and celebratory event safety law;
7.6. the regulations on emergency medical assistance for public events in the order in view of the organizer's of aviation and hospital's contract for emergency medical assistance. 8. where aviation Organizer view those provisions referred to in paragraph 7 of document copies must be certified by the laws drafting and presentation of documents established or original document should be presented. 9. in order to receive permission to view the aircraft aviation flight model, you demons three Civil Aviation Agency will assess the conformity of the proposed aviation view such requirements: 9.1., motoplanier, or žiroplān helicopter pilot flying a total of not less than 200 hours, of which at least 100 hours is flying the aircraft captain's status;
9.2. the glider pilots flying a total of not less than 100 hours, of which at least 50 hours of flying a glider is the status of the master;
9.3. the motodeltaplān or motoparaplān of the pilot's total experience of not less than 100 hours, of which at least 50 hours is flying the aircraft captain's status;
9.4. hot air balloon pilot flying a total of not less than 100 hours with the balloon, of which at least 25 hours are flying by hot air balloon certification status;
9.5. a gas-filled balloon (with a capacity of up to 2000 m3) pilot flying a total of not less than 100 hours, of which at least 50 hours is flying the aircraft captain's status;
9.6. a gas-filled balloon (with a capacity of 2000 m3 or higher) the pilot's total experience of not less than 200 hours, of which at least 100 hours is flying the aircraft captain's status. 10. in order to receive permission to view of aviation parachute paraugdemonstr the you, the Civil Aviation Agency will assess the conformity of the proposed aviation view such requirements: 10.1 parachute team leader has made no less than 200 jumps with a parachute;
10.2. parachute team member has made no less than 100 jumps with a parachute;
10.3. the individual paratrooper has made no less than 200 jumps with a parachute. 11. in order to assess the progress of the proposed aviation view compliance of aircraft flight safety, the Civil Aviation Agency of Aviation of the organiser's view may require additional information. 12. Civil Aviation Agency after this provision referred to in paragraph 7 of document and in paragraph 11 of these rules to this disclosure and examination within five working days of the decision on the permit or refusal to issue a permit for the aviation screening Organizer. 13. Civil Aviation Agency takes a decision on the refusal to issue a permit if: 13.1. information documents submitted is incomplete or aviation view organizer has not provided sufficient information in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 11;

13.2. any of these rules at the bottom paragraph 4.3 or 5 persons referred to in paragraph do not have the appropriate qualifications or knowledge to exercise;
13.3. in view of the planned progress of aviation does not meet the aircraft flight safety, including these rules 8, 9 and 10 the requirements referred to in paragraph;
13.4. this rule 8 persons referred to in the last flight of the aircraft is taken earlier than 90 days;
13.5. paragraph 9 of these regulations, the persons last jump with a parachute is made earlier than 90 days III. Aviation screening venue 14. preparation of aviation screening venue with Visual landmarks creates: 14.1 Aviation screening demonstration zone-specific bar on the ground or water surface, which helps the pilot or aircraft to parachute to determine the spatial position of the flight zones and minimum distance the aircraft can approach the spectator area;
14.2. the view of aviation control center;
14.3. the audience area;
14.4. the runway (if aviation Skate takes place outside the aerodrome area);
14.5. aircraft parking area;
14.6. Security (buffer) zone;
9.1. vehicles parking;
9.2. emergency medical assistance. 15. the see of aviation control center is located at: 15.1 these rules in paragraph 4.3 and paragraph 5 of the persons referred to in the workplace;
15.2. a place to view membership of aviation can receive necessary information (such as aviation program, view the race rules, meteorological information);
15.3. where any person can receive information about the progress of the view of aviation;
15.4. the place where the view of the members of aviation is done for aviation instruction view. 16. The audience area shall be not less than 75 metres from the current or selected runway closer to the edge. 17. in the view of aviation Organizer is responsible for two-way radios (aviation frequencies) view of aviation control center. IV. modalities of aviation screening 18. Aviation views may initiate after the State joint stock company "Latvian air traffic" activated the demarcated zones of airspace. 19. Hang Gliding and flight demonstration paraplān order is determined by the view's Manager of aviation. 20. in the view of aviation shall be prohibited: 20.1. aircraft flight demonstrations and parachute dropping outside of the designated zone;
20.2. aircraft flight demonstrations and akrobātisko flights below about 60 metres (200 feet) from the ground, if for security reasons the flight log in or permit others in height restrictions;
20.3. aircraft flight less than 300 meters (1000 feet) from the ground, if the speed exceeds 465 kilometres per hour;
20.4. aircraft flying above the audience area below 300 meters (1000 feet), with the exception of those provisions referred to in paragraph 24 of the event or the flight to desantēt a parachute;
20.5. helicopters, rotoplanier and airplane flights, if wrong, the speed of the fall is less than 80 kilometres per hour: 20.5.1. solo flight demonstrations and the acrobatic flying tions without the height change if the clouds are less than 150 metres (500 feet) from the ground and the visibility is less than one and a half kilometres;
20.5.2. solo flight demonstrations and the acrobatic flying tions with height changes if the clouds are less than 150 metres (500 feet) from the ground and the visibility is less than three kilometres;
20.5.3. rank of flight demonstration and acrobatic flights without the height change if the clouds are less than 150 metres (500 feet) from the ground and the visibility is less than three kilometres;
20.5.4. rank of flight demonstration and acrobatic flights with height changes if the clouds are less than 250 meters (800 feet) and visibility is less than five kilometres;
20.6. This provision not mentioned in 20.5 aircraft: 20.6.1. solo flight demonstrations and akrobātisko flights without the height change if the clouds are less than 150 metres (500 feet) from the ground and the visibility is less than three kilometres;
20.6.2. solo flight demonstrations and akrobātisko flights, with height changes if the clouds are below 300 meters (1000 feet) and visibility is less than five kilometres;
20.6.3. rank of flight demonstrations and akrobātisko flights without the height change if the clouds are less than 250 meters (800 feet) and visibility is less than five kilometres;
20.7. piston engine airplane line flight demonstrations and akrobātisko flights, with height changes if the clouds are below 300 meters (1000 feet) and visibility is less than five kilometres;
12.9. Jet line flight demonstrations and akrobātisko flights, with height changes if the clouds are below 450 metres (1400 feet) and visibility of less than eight kilometers. 21. If an aircraft entering and manoeuvre, you need to perform a flight above the viewer area or locality, so the vertical distance from the spectator area or locality must not be less than 300 meters (1000 feet). 22. Parachute dropping out from such a height that provides: basic parachute parachute 22.1 full opening not less than 600 metres (1800 ft) from the ground;
22.2. to parachute gliding above the audience area of not less than s meter and the tail landing no closer than 15 metres from the spectator area. 23. Aircraft flight demonstrations may not be closer than 50 meters from: 23.1. viewing area when the aircraft flight speed of up to 185 kilometres per hour;
23.2.100 meters from the audience, when the aircraft flight speed is from 186 to 370 kilometres per hour;
23.3.150 meters from the audience, when the aircraft flight speed is up to 555 from 371 kilometres per hour;
23.4.200 metres from the audience, when the aircraft flight speed is more than 556 kilometers per hour. 24. Akrobātisko flights may not be closer than 100 metres from 24.1.: the spectator area if the aircraft flight speed of up to 185 kilometres per hour;
24.2.150 meters from the audience, when the aircraft flight speed is from 186 to 370 kilometres per hour;
24.3.200 metres from the audience, when the aircraft flight speed is up to 555 from 371 kilometres per hour;
15.2.230 metres from the audience, when the aircraft flight speed is more than 556 kilometers per hour. 25. air balloon flights may be performed if the following conditions shall be satisfied:

25.1.-mounted air balloon up and down, not less than 20 metres from the audience area;
25.2. the free air balloon picks up no closer than 20 feet from the audience area and fly over the audience area: 25.2.1. not less than 25 metres;
25.2.2. obstacles not less than 15 metres (50 feet);
25.3. free air balloon lands not closer than 50 meters from the spectator area and fly over the audience area: 25.3.1. not less than 90 meters (300 feet);
25.3.2. obstacles not less than 15 metres (50 feet). 26. Unmanned Aircraft (model) flights may be performed if the following conditions shall be satisfied: 26.1. the model of the radiovadām flight demonstrations performed if the visibility is greater than 500 meters and the wind speed does not exceed 12 metres per second;
26.2. If the model radiovadām equipped with piston engine and is easier for seven kilograms, flight demonstrations not closer than 30 meters from the audience area;
16.3. If the model radiovadām equipped with piston engine and is heavier than seven kilograms, flight demonstrations not closer than 50 meters from the audience area;
16.4. If the model radiovadām equipped with Jet engines, flight demonstrations performed not less than 75 metres from the audience area;
26.5.-driven model planes in flight demonstrations not closer than 15 metres from the spectator area. 27. in the view of aviation Organizer provides all aviation security measures of the view. View of the organizer or aviation, the Civil Aviation Agency, or the national joint stock company "Latvian air traffic" has the right to suspend or prohibit the views of aviation separate aviation application part of the view, if it threatens aviation view participant or spectator safety. If you do not comply with the provisions of point 4, the Civil Aviation Agency suspends aviation views. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic instead of the Minister-children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in annex 1 the Cabinet 10 April 2007 regulations no 235 application authorization traffic Minister-children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik annex 2 Cabinet 10 April 2007 regulations no 235 aviation view participant list of traffic instead of the Minister-children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in