The Order In Which The Civil Aviation Building And Pārbūvēšan, Individual Aircraft Parts, Equipment And Accessories Production And Aircraft Maintenance (Repair)

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā veicama civilās aviācijas gaisa kuģu būvēšana un pārbūvēšana, atsevišķu gaisa kuģa daļu, ierīču un palīgierīču izgatavošana un gaisa kuģu tehniskā apkope (remonts)

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 661 2006 in Riga on august 15 (pr. No 42 16) order, the civil aircraft building and pārbūvēšan, individual aircraft parts, equipment and accessories production and aircraft maintenance (repair) Issued in accordance with the law "on the air" in article 16, article 19, first paragraph, point 3 and article 22, first paragraph i. General questions 1. shall determine the civil aircraft building and the pārbūvēšan individual aircraft parts, equipment and accessories production and aircraft maintenance (repair). 2. The provisions of chapter II shall apply in Latvia industrial built aircraft, corresponding to the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 July 2002, Regulation (EC) No 1592/2002 on common rules in the field of civil aviation and establishing a European Aviation Safety Agency (hereinafter Regulation No 1592/2002) the criteria in annex II. 3. Chapter III of these regulations apply to aircraft which comply with Regulation No 1592/2002 of the criteria in annex II and in the Republic of Latvia are individually built or renovated in a single copy of the constructor or restaurētāj non-commercial purposes. 4. The provisions of chapter IV of the Republic of Latvia Civil aircraft registered in the register of aircraft which comply with Regulation No 1592/2002 of the criteria in annex II. 5. the competent authority of this provision the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 July 2002, Regulation (EC) No 1592/2002 on common rules in the field of civil aviation and establishing a European Aviation Safety Agency, the Commission on 20 November 2003, the Regulation (EC) No 2042/2003 on the aircraft and aeronautical products, parts and appliances, and on the aircraft and on the approval of organisations and personnel involved in these tasks (hereinafter Regulation No 2042/2003) and the Commission of 24 September 2003 Regulation (EC) No 1702/2003 laying down provisions for the implementation of aircraft and related products, parts and appliances airworthiness and compliance environmental protection requirements, as well as for the certification of design and production organisations, the national agency of Civil Aviation Agency "(hereinafter – Civil Aviation Agency). II. industrial construction of aircraft and individual aircraft parts, equipment and accessories for industrial production 6. industrial to build aircraft and make certain the aircraft parts, equipment and accessories, for which the economic operator can issue the authorisation by the Civil Aviation Agency, which certifies that the merchant has: 6.1. adequately trained employees;
6.2. the work provided for the appropriate number of staff with clearly identified the responsibilities, accountability and reporting structure;
6.3. the work suitable for spaces that protect from adverse climatic conditions, impact on the quality of work;
6.4. operation manual that contains all the related activities;
6.5. the quality system, including independent audits in order to monitor the work of Santa komer arrangements and compliance with instructions, tool, equipment, and employees conform to the work to be carried out and procedures ensuring the audit found discrepancies in time for early prevention. Economic operator, which has less than 20 employees, the quality system can be replaced by an external audit. The audit shall be carried out not less than annually;
6.6. the aircraft type, technical construction documentation;
6.7. the aircraft for the construction of necessary tools and equipment. 7. for this provision to permit referred to in paragraph 6, the operator shall submit to the appropriate Civil Aviation Agency submissions, indicating the merchant's name, registration number, registered office and proposed work. 8. Civil Aviation Agency before issuing a permit for inspection to verify compliance with the provisions of the economic operator referred to in paragraph 6 of the terms for you. 9. If it is found during the inspection of non-compliance with the provisions of paragraph 6 of the said conditions, the operator must be rectified before a permit, but no later than six months after the discovery of non-compliance. 10. the permit to build the aircraft and make certain the aircraft parts, equipment and accessories in the form of the certificate shall be issued for an unlimited duration. 11. Civil Aviation Agency take the merchant that issued permits to build the aircraft and make certain the aircraft parts, equipment and accessories, periodic inspections to make sure that ensures compliance with the rules set out in point 6. Inspections shall be conducted in such a way that each of the provisions of paragraph 6 of the said conditions are checked at least once every two years. 12. If, in the course of the inspection are found non-compliance with the rules referred to in paragraph 6 of the terms directly threatened the safety of the aircraft, depending on the nature of the non-compliance with the Civil Aviation Agency, suspend or restrict the operation of the authorization granted, until this mismatch is resolved. Authorisation suspended for a period which cannot exceed six months. If the merchant does not conformity within the said period, the licence shall be cancelled. The licence shall be cancelled at the request of the authorised economic operator or also in case if the merchant is eliminated. 13. If, in the course of the inspection are found non-compliance with this rule 6 conditions listed in that do not directly threaten the safety of the aircraft, the operator must prevent this imbalance in three months. If a merchant non-compliance within the said period, the Civil Aviation Agency acting in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 12. III. Individual copies of the the aircraft construction of small-scale non-industrial to build 14 separate copies of the aircraft, as well as make its individual parts may be natural persons and entrepreneurs, which issued the Civil Aviation Agency. 15. for this provision referred to in paragraph 14, the natural person or the operator shall provide a written Civil Aviation Agency application, accompanied by the aircraft design. 16. in order to assess this chapter refers to the aircraft design and supervision of the construction process, the Civil Aviation Agency set up a permanent Commission of experts (hereinafter referred to as the Commission of experts). The Expert Commission is monitoring the Civil Aviation Agency. Expert opinions from the Commission's recommendations. 17. the Commission of experts shall assess the physical person or the operator's aircraft project submitted to the compliance of aircraft continuing airworthiness requirements of laws and regulations concerning acceptance for flights, and, if necessary, request that aircraft development project. 18. After reading the opinion of the Expert Commission, the Civil Aviation Agency decides on project execution and requirements, when these requirements are fulfilled, the authorisation shall be issued to build the aircraft. For the purposes of safety of Civil Aviation, the Agency may impose certain conditions. 19. the construction of the aircraft takes place under the supervision of the Commission of experts. The Commission of experts jointly with the physical person or economic operator shall draw up a schedule that certainly they were building stages, and requires the Expert Commission of the project included in the conditions of the construction process. Check the stages defined so as to allow inspection of the aircraft prior to the Assembly's work, which makes it difficult to evaluate its design. In the process of building a schedule of inspections may be specified. 20. An ex-post evaluation to separate aircraft construction, physical person or economic operator shall inform the Commission and the experts agree on the time and place of examination. 21. further aircraft construction is permitted, if the Civil Aviation Agency is satisfied that all the conditions of the air project and technologies, and to prevent all the examination the deficiencies noted. 22. The aircraft construction is completed, the Civil Aviation Agency decides on the readiness of the aircraft test flight. 23. If you received a physical person or the merchant application and the Civil Aviation Agency determines that the aircraft is ready for test flights, the Civil Aviation Agency shall permit the inspection of the aircraft for the flight. 24. After a successful test flight of the Civil Aviation Agency shall issue a certificate of validity of aircraft flights. For the purposes of safety of Civil Aviation, the Agency may impose certain conditions. IV. Aircraft maintenance 25. Aircraft maintenance is the work that the aircraft it operational process in order to maintain the continued validity of the aircraft in flight. 26. the aircraft maintenance comprises: 26.1. aircraft scheduled maintenance;
26.2. the work carried out to comply with the aircraft manufacturer, designer and architect of the national airworthiness issued instructions;
26.3. the aircraft repair and overhaul;
26.4. the aircraft modification (modification);

26.5. aircraft defects and damage prevention. 27. aircraft maintenance shall be carried out in accordance with the aircraft manufacturer's developed maintenance documentation (including instructions that the aircraft manufacturer issued during the operation of the aircraft). 28. the aircraft maintenance, shall comply with any designer ever national minimum validity of flight instructions. 29. aircraft maintenance used in the aircraft concerned the proposed instruments and measuring apparatus. 30. after each of the maintenance to the aircraft presented maintenance protocol. This Protocol includes a statement that the maintenance work is carried out in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 27 and 28 of these requirements, and the following information: 30.1. maintenance work carried out and the reference to the maintenance documentation;
30.2. the due date;
30.3. the identification and signature of the person who approved the maintenance, and the reference to the document, which gives that person the right to carry out aircraft maintenance. If the maintenance carried out, the merchant name, and a reference to the document that this operator is granted the right to perform aircraft maintenance. 31. aircraft maintenance performed and maintenance protocol signed: 31.1. Merchant, approved in accordance with Regulation No 2042/2003 annex II conditions and has the appropriate rating. Tech a joint protocol signed by the merchant service;
31.2. the merchant is approved in accordance with Regulation No 2042/2003 annex I, Subpart F and has the Qualifi cations of the mark. A maintenance protocol signing merchants;
31.3. the natural person that is certified in accordance with Regulation No 2042/2003 annex III conditions and has the relevant rating;
19.5. the natural person and the operator's authorized person, if authorized in accordance with this provision, paragraph 37 and 45 above. 32. Air Balloon maintenance and sign maintenance protocol may also air balloon pilot, who has a balloon pilot certificate. 33. take Regulation No 1592/2002 annex II "e" and "f" referred to the aircraft as well as the glider technical maintenance and sign maintenance protocol can also pilot, which is a particular type of aircraft pilot's licence. 34. To industrially built aircraft maintenance and sign maintenance protocol may also aircraft manufacturer. 35. aircraft pilots can perform limited his pilot's certificate of the specified type of aircraft scheduled maintenance works, which provide the 100 odd periodicity flying hours or one year, and sign a maintenance protocol. 36. Another person's aircraft maintenance performed only 31 of these regulations under paragraph or the personal supervision of traders, and they do not have the right to sign the maintenance protocol. 37. This provision 19.5. referred Merchant aircraft maintenance can be performed, if it is issued by the appropriate Civil Aviation Agency's permission, which certifies that the merchant has: 37.1. adequately trained employees;
37.2. the work provided for the appropriate number of staff with clearly identified the responsibilities, accountability and reporting structure;
37.3. the work suitable for spaces that protect from adverse climatic conditions, impact on the quality of work;
37.4. operating manual that contains all the related activities;
37.5. quality system that includes an independent audit, to monitor the operators work out procedures and compliance with instructions of the instrument, equipment and employee trusts under compliance with the work to be carried out and procedures ensuring the audit discovered the discrepancy during a timely elimination. Economic operator, which has less than 20 employees, the quality system can be replaced by an external audit. The audit shall be carried out not less than annually;
23.4. the aircraft maintenance technical documentation;
37.7. the aircraft maintenance necessary tools and equipment;
23.5. the authorised economic operator, which has the right to sign on behalf of the operator's maintenance protocol and which comply with the provisions of paragraph 45 of the said conditions. 38. for this provision referred to in paragraph 37, the operator shall submit to the appropriate Civil Aviation Agency submissions, indicating the merchant's name, registration number, registered office and the amount of work scheduled. 39. Civil Aviation Agency before issuing a permit for inspection to verify compliance with the provisions of the economic operator referred to in paragraph 37 in the chapter for you. 40. If it is found during the inspection of non-compliance with the provisions of paragraph 37 of the said conditions, the operator must be rectified before a permit, but no later than six months after the discovery of non-compliance. 41. the authorisation to perform aircraft maintenance in the form of a card issued for an indefinite period. The certificate indicates the aircraft and what type of maintenance on the relevant economic operator to take. 42. Civil Aviation Agency carries out periodic inspections in order to ensure that the economic operator who is authorised to carry out aircraft maintenance, ensure compliance with this provision in paragraph 37. The inspection shall be carried out in a way that each of these provisions referred to in paragraph 37, the condition is checked at least once every two years. 43. If in the course of the inspection are found non-compliance with this provision in paragraph 37 above, which directly threaten the safety of the aircraft, depending on the nature of the non-compliance with the Civil Aviation Agency, suspend or restrict the operation of the authorization granted, until this mismatch is resolved. Authorisation suspended for a period which cannot exceed six months. If a merchant non-compliance within the said period, the licence shall be cancelled. The licence shall be cancelled at the request of the authorised economic operator or also in case if the merchant is eliminated. 44. If in the course of the inspection are found non-compliance with this provision in paragraph 37 above, which does not endanger the safety of aircraft, the operator must prevent this imbalance in three months. If a merchant non-compliance within the said period, the Civil Aviation Agency acting in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 12. 45. This provision is 19.5. referred to natural persons can perform aircraft maintenance, if they have been issued by the appropriate Civil Aviation Agency's permission, and they fulfil the following conditions: 45.1. they have achieved 18 years of age;
45.2. they have sufficient knowledge of: 45.2.1. International, European Union and the Republic of Latvia nor matīv provisions relating to aircraft maintenance;
45.2.2. nature's science, math, units of measure, physics and chemistry theories basic principles;
45.2.3. aircraft design, structures, construction, electrical systems, energy sources and the distribution principles of avionics and aircraft pamatprin CIA;
45.2.4. aircraft maintenance and practice of maintenance documentation;
45.2.5. human factors impact on maintenance;
45.3. they have at least four years of practical work experience in aircraft maintenance or two years of practical work experience in aircraft maintenance, if you complete an accredited educational institution and obtained an aviation-related specialty. 46. for the provisions referred to in paragraph 45, the natural person in Civil Aviation Agency submitted the application, indicating the aircraft type or types, with maintenance does not need permission. 47. The provision in paragraph 46 an application adds an individual's knowledge of the supporting documents under this rule 45.2. the conditions referred to in paragraph below. If such documents are missing, the natural person for this rule 45.2. these topics in turn in the exam, the Civil Aviation Agency. 48. If physical person complies with this provision in paragraph 45 above, the Civil Aviation Agency issued a permit in the form of a card. The certificate shall specify the aircraft type or types of technical maintenance must be carried out by the holder. The certificate shall be issued for a period of five years. 49. That rule 48 referred to the period of validity of the certificate by the Civil Aviation Agency extended, on the basis of the application of the holder, if the holder is not in operation duties violated the aircraft maintenance conditions. 50. This provision of the certificate referred to in paragraph 48 of the Civil Aviation Agency withdraws after the holder's request, in the event of death, as well as the case where the holder has violated aircraft maintenance conditions in ways that affect the validity of the aircraft flights and flight safety. 51. The aircraft owner or operator (if the owner of the aircraft has entered into a written agreement for the delegation of responsibility for their air operator) shall ensure that: 51.1. the aircraft is carried out in a timely manner the provision referred to in paragraph 26, the necessary maintenance work;
51.2. the aircraft is maintained in good condition;
51.3. the aircraft is evidence of the validity of the flights, issued regulations in a particular order;

51.4. the intended flight operation and required emergency equipment is in working order. 52. The aircraft owner or operator (if the owner of the aircraft has entered into a written agreement for the delegation of responsibility for their air operator) collects the following information for each aircraft: 52.1. aircraft and its components with limited operation time total time worked (hours, calendar period or loops);
52.2. information on all mandatory airworthiness maintenance enforcement;
52.3. information about repairs and modifications;
52.4. components of activity time tracking after overhaul, which set the starpremont resource.
52.5. all performed maintenance work status;
52.6. detailed information on the results of routine maintenance work. 53. This provision, 52.1, 52.2, 52.3..., 52.4 and 52.5. information referred to in paragraph shall keep not less than 90 days from the date the aircraft or component in question is permanently removed from service. 54. This provision is 52.6. referred to store information in nothing less than a year after the maintenance. 55. This provision, 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35 above natural persons and businessmen ensure maintenance work according to the performance for which they have subscribed maintenance protocol. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister k. Peters