Special Aviation Work Licensing

Original Language Title: Speciālo aviācijas darbu licencēšanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 158 in Riga 2006 (21 February. No 11 33) special aviation job licensing Issued in accordance with the law "on the air" in article 82, the second part 1. determines the order in which the Ministry of transport issued a license for the right to carry out special operations aviation (hereinafter licence), extended the term of licence suspending the licence or revoke the licence. 2. the licences shall be issued by the Ministry of transport of the European Union for economic operators established in a Member State if it meets the following requirements: 2.1. property rights to the property or the economic operators most (51%) having no less than to nationals of the Member States of the European Union;
2.2. the operator's operating location is in the European Union;
2.3. the merchant's principal activities are the special aviation works alone or in combination with air services, aircraft maintenance, repair, or other business lines, which are used in aircraft. 3. in order to receive a license, the operator shall submit to the Ministry of transport: 3.1 application of license. The application indicates the type of action envisaged, the merchant type, name and registered office;
3.2. the aircraft purchase or rent a copy of the contract;
3.3 air operators certificate copy;
3.4. aircraft registration certificate copy;
3.5. the copy of the certificate of the aircraft about the validity of the flights;
3.6. compulsory copies of insurance policies, in accordance with the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 April 2004, Regulation (EC) no 785/2004 on insurance requirements for air carriers and aircraft operators. 4. copies of the documents submitted, the merchant presented the original of the document or the law on the development and design of a document duly certified copy. 5. To decide on the issue of the licence or the extension of its activities, the Ministry of transportation administrative processes in the laws regulating the procedures specified in the following: 5.1 the company register certified merchant's registration certificate or foreign merchant copy of the registration certificate of the branch;
5.2. the company register certified copy of the statutes of the economic operators;
5.3. the company registry certificate of a corporation issued by the owners. The certificate shall specify the shares they hold or the type and number of parts. 6. The applicant has the right to obtain and submit to the Ministry of transport this provision in paragraph 5, if the documents referred to in these rules are being observed in paragraph 4. 7. where the operator lays claim to the licence or the extension of its activities, the possession or use of the economic operator in accordance with the tenancy agreement must be at least one aircraft, registered in one of the Member States of the European Union civil aircraft register. 8. If, at the time of application are considered, licence, merchant, qualifying for a licence or the extension of its activities, shall amend this provision 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 5.2 or 5.3, 5.1. documents referred to, he shall immediately inform the Ministry of transport and shall submit copies of the documents which certify the amendment. 9. If the merchant who is eligible for a licence or the extension of its activities, has not submitted all the required documents or information is incomplete or inaccurate, the Ministry of transport requires the submission of all necessary documents and information. If the merchant within 30 days after receipt of the request by the Ministry of transport do not submit relevant documents or information, the Ministry of transportation adopted a decision on the refusal to issue a licence or refusal to extend the term of a licence and notify the economic operator. 10. If the licence is revoked, a new application for licence applications may be submitted by a merchant in the decision on the refusal to grant a licence of those failures. 11. The licence shall be issued for a period of not less than one year, in the following cases: If the merchant licence 11.1 requests the first time;
11.2. If a merchant license requests after the cancellation of the license again or if the trader previously issued license has expired more than 12 months. 12. the licence shall be issued for a period of five years, if a merchant already has a licence in force and if the operator operation complies with all the requirements laid down in these provisions. 13. Following the adoption of the decision on the issue of the licence in writing the Ministry of transport shall inform the economic operators concerned (hereinafter the licensee). 14. The holder of the licence not later than 60 days before the licence expires, submit the application for Ministry of transport license extension. The application of this provision is added to paragraph 3 and referred to in 15.3. 15. The licence holder license time has the following responsibilities: to provide merchant 15.1. complying with the requirements set out in these rules;
15.2. to inform the Ministry of transport for all property changes that apply to the licence holder, merchant or its parent's shares, if they are greater than 10 percent of all capital, not later than 14 days after such a change;
15.3. to submit the annual report and Auditor's report, a copy of the opinion on each of the previous financial year. 16. If the duration of the licence the licensee shall amend this provision 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 5.1, 5.2 or 5.3. bottom of the documents referred to in point or extend their validity, the licence holder shall immediately inform the Ministry of transport and shall submit copies of the documents attesting the relevant amendments. 17. Ministry of transportation may adopt a decision on the suspension of the licence for a period of up to twelve months in the following cases: 17.1. If it is established that the holder of the licence is in financial difficulties, which it could not fulfil its obligations;
17.2. If the licensee does not comply with these rules 15 and 16 of the type referred to in paragraph 1. 18. in order to restore the suspended licence, the licensee shall submit application to the Ministry of transport on the suspended license renewal and documents showing that the conditions for which the license was suspended, is eliminated. 19. The Ministry of transport is entitled to revoke the license in the following cases: 19.1. the licence holder has provided incorrect information;
19.2. the licence holder's activities is found in the aviation regulatory violations of law;
19.3. the licensee does not meet the conditions referred to in the licence;
19.4. the holder of the licence this provision contained in paragraph 17 not resolve conditions during which the licence is suspended. 20. The holder of the licence 14 days after the receipt of the decision on the license validity period of the suspension or withdrawal of the licence the licence is transferred to the Ministry of transport. 21. The provision referred to in paragraph 20 of the decision may be appealed against in court within one month of its adoption. Prime Minister-Minister of health l. Smith, traffic Minister a. shlesers