Aviation Regulation (2010:770)

Original Language Title: Luftfartsförordning (2010:770)

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Chapter 1. Introductory provisions



Application of this regulation



paragraph 1 of this regulation are supplementary provisions to the

the Aviation Act (2010:500). The provisions shall apply if

subject to the EU regulations.



Aviation in the Swedish area



section 2 of the questions on the State of aviation security in accordance with Chapter 1. section 6, other

subparagraph, or to paragraph 7 the Aviation Act (2010:500)

be examined by the Transport Agency. A State must relate to a certain

time. Transportation Board may revoke a permit if it

There is a reason for it.



Prohibition for environmental reasons against specific aviation



paragraph 3 of the Aviation in Sweden may not be done with civilian jet engine driven

subsonic aircraft



1. have a maximum take-off mass of 34 000 kg or more,

or have an approved passenger capacity for the type of aircraft

in more than nineteen sites in addition to sites intended for

staff, and



2. does not comply with at least the standards specified in volume 1, part II,

Chapter 3 of Annex 16 to the Convention on international

Civil Aviation, Second Edition (1988).



Transport in a particular case, the Board of Directors may provide for an exception

from the prohibition of



1. aircraft of historical interest,



2. aircraft used for such an exceptional use

It would be unfair not to grant a temporary

exception, and



3. aircraft used for non-revenue flights in

the renovation, repair or maintenance purposes.



Transportation Board may announce further provisions when

on issues in this paragraph, with regard to the

European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/93/EC of 12

December 2006 on the regulation of the use of aircraft

subject of volume 1, part II, Chapter 3 of Annex 16 to the

the Convention on international civil aviation, Second Edition

(1988) (codified version).



Restricted zones for aviation



section 4 of the Transport Board may provide for or in

a single case may decide that an area should be

restricted, if necessary, for the sake of military

business or public order so require.

If regulations or decision concerning military conditions,

should consultation occur with the armed forces. When a restriction

relates to longer than two weeks should be consulted

the County Administrative Board.



Transportation Board may also provide for or in

a single case may decide that an area should be

restricted, if necessary, for the sake of recreation,

natural or environmental protection or to avoid disruption at

General meeting or public event of major

scope. Consultation shall take place with the County Administrative Board.



In the case of some restricted zones are special

provisions of the Regulation (2005:801) If restrictions on

air operations in some areas.



§ 5 When Transportation Board regulations or

Decides that an area should be restricted, it shall

specify the restrictions on the right to air transport in the area

as needed. When it is necessary on grounds of public policy and

Security gets all aviation within the area should be prohibited for a certain

time, up to a maximum of two weeks.



Regulations or the decision on such

restriction zone referred to in paragraph 4, second subparagraph, shall not

be designed to prevent the air transport needed with regard

to always respect the interest. Air transport for

The NLS must always take place within the area.



The Transport Board may, if there are special reasons, notify

regulations or in a particular case, decide that a different

authority may adopt temporary derogations from the decision on the

restriction zone.



Dangerous area



section 6, If the safety of air navigation are in danger from something

relationship within the meaning of section 4, first paragraph, but the danger

is not so big a restriction zone need to be set up,

gets the Transport Agency rather than provide for

or in a particular case, decide that an area should be

dangerous area.



Transportation Board may announce further provisions concerning

Aviation in a dangerous area.



Aircraft of particular characteristics, etc.



section 7 of the Regulations in Chapter 1. section 6 of the first paragraph, and 2-8 Cape.

the Aviation Act (2010:500) and with the support of these provisions

announced the rules in this regulation does not apply in the case

If modelluftfartyg, captive balloons or kites.

Transportation Board may announce further provisions

importance to flight safety. Administrative task in

connection to such regulations may be submitted to any

Second, even if the task involves the exercise of public authority. If a

Regulation concerning military activities, the Transport Agency

consult with the armed forces.



§ 8 in the case of air transport in the Swedish area with

gliders, motor gliders, Microlights,

friflygande balloons or blimps, the Swedish Transport Agency

after consultation with the armed forces provide for or

in an individual case may decide to derogate from the provisions of

3, and Chapter 4. and Chapter 7. section 9 of the Aeronautics Act (2010:500) and with

support of these provisions announced regulations in this

Regulation. Transportation Board may announce further

regulations of importance to flight safety. Regulations

and the exemption decision shall be notified only if flight safety reasons

or take into account the General does not hinder it.

Administrative task in connection with the regulations,

handed over to someone else, even if the task involves

the exercise of public authority.



Such aircraft as referred to in the first subparagraph may perform its

landing obligation under Chapter 8. section 2 of the aviation law in each

appropriate area nearby. If a specific landing site

indicated, the aircraft land there if it is possible by

flight safety reasons. The second paragraph also applies to the seaplane.



section 9 in the case of hang gliders, aircraft displays, parachutes and

other simple constructions, Transport Board announce

regulations or in an individual case derogate from

the provisions of Chapter 1. section 6 of the first paragraph, and 2-8 Cape.

the Aviation Act (2010:500) and with the support of these provisions

announced the rules in this regulation. Transport Agency

may announce further provisions relevant to

flight safety. Administrative task in connection with such

regulations may be handed over to someone else, even if

the task involves the exercise of public authority. If a rule

concerning military activities, the Transport Board to consult with the

The Swedish armed forces.



section 10 Transportation Board may provide for such

objects which are set up for movement in the air but that is not

considered to be aircraft, such as rockets and shooting target. If a

Regulation relating to military activities to the Swedish Transport Agency

consult with the armed forces.



Aircraft registered in an international organisation



section 11 of the rules in this regulation that apply to aircraft

registered in another country should similarly

apply in respect of aircraft registered in a

international organisation.



Provisions on certain foreign aircraft



section 12 of the regulations in Chapter 3, Chapter 4. section 1, Chapter 5. 1 and 4 to 6 sections,

Chapter 6. section 1, Chapter 8. 1 and 3 to 11 of this regulation

also on foreign aircraft when used under

for a Swedish operation condition.



The provisions referred to in the first subparagraph shall not apply if

This is part of an agreement with other States.



Military aviation and other aviation for civil purposes



section 13 For military aviation and other aviation for civil purposes

the regulation applies only to the extent permitted by

Chapter 14. Regulation (2013:944).



Chapter 2. Registration, nationality and labelling



Aircraft register



section 1 of the regulations on the aircraft register, see regulation

(1986:172) if the aircraft register, etc.



section 2 of the Transportation Board may provide for the

aircraft for environmental reasons must not be registered in Sweden.



Nationality and registration



paragraph 3 of the distinguishing mark of a Swedish aircraft is

the letters MAKE.



Registration term is a group of three characters, such as

composed of letters or figures or letters and numbers

in combination. The designation is determined for each aircraft of the

The Swedish Transport Agency.



Nationality and registration



section 4 of the nationality and registration certificate issued in accordance

with forms determined by the Transport Agency.



§ 5 the authorisation for aviation according to Chapter 1. section 6, other

subparagraph LNA (2010:500) also constitute such a

proof of nationality as described in Chapter 2. section 12 of the same law.



section 6 When an aircraft was deregistered or note is made

under section 9 of the Regulation (1986:172) if the aircraft register

accommodation on barriers for the unregistering, national and

the registration certificate shall be returned to the Transport Agency.



Marking of aircraft



section 7 of the aircraft should be labeled by painting or by any other

equivalent manner. Transportation Board may announce further

regulations on labelling.



Chapter 3. Airworthiness and environmental rating



Authority to provide



section 1 of the Transport Board may provide for

the prerequisites for an aircraft shall be deemed to be

airworthy and dignified environment.



Transportation Board may provide for the acceptance of

foreign airworthiness certificate.



Certificate of airworthiness and a noise certificate



section 2 of the issues of airworthiness and environmental noise

be examined by the Transport Agency. Transportation Board may

entrust to a special expert to issue and renew

certificate of airworthiness and a noise certificate.



Certificate of airworthiness and a noise certificate to apply certain


time or until further notice. The period of validity shall be entered on the certificate.



If a certificate of airworthiness or environmental noise not

can be issued, an interim certificate is issued as

applies under certain conditions. The conditions to be specified on the certificate.



If the Transport Agency request, an invalid

certificate of airworthiness or environmental noise immediately left

in dit.



Testing of aircraft flight characteristics



section 3, issues of consent in accordance with Chapter 3. section 10 of the Civil Aviation Act

(2010:500) using an aircraft that does not meet the

the conditions regarding the airworthiness and environmental worthiness is tested

of the Transport Agency. A consent may be subject to

terms and conditions.



When an aircraft is used on the basis of a concession pursuant to

first subparagraph, only the necessary staff

the flight is allowed to join.



Manufacture and maintenance of aircraft



4 § the issue of authorisations for the activities referred to in (3)

Cape. 11 of the Aviation Act (2010:500) be reviewed by the

The Swedish Transport Agency. Transportation Board may announce

regulations on the requirements of aviation safety.



A permit is granted for a fixed period or until further notice. It may

be subject to conditions. If the holder infringes these terms

materially, or if he or she no longer fulfils the

the requirements laid down in the first subparagraph, shall

the permit revoked.



If your business relates to an individual's construction of

aircraft for its own account, may Transport the Board instruct

a special expert to issue the permits

The Swedish Transport Agency. The same applies to the condition of

execution of maintenance, repairs and modifications of

aircraft, accessories and spare parts.



Transportation Board may provide for or in a

individual case derogate from the permit requirement of Chapter 3. 11

of aviation law.



Exchange of information



§ 5 Transport Agency shall collect and maintain information

relating to inspections and supervision of aircraft in

accordance with the provisions of European Parliament and

Council Directive 2004/36/EC of 21 april 2004 on the safety

in the case of third-country aircraft using

airports in the community, and in particular article 3, as well as participate in

Exchange of information pursuant to article 5 of the directive.



Chapter 4. Flight certificates, etc.



Exceptions from the requirements for flight certification and student licence



section 1 of the Transport Board may provide for or in

a case by case basis, decide to admit that anyone who does not have any

pilot's license but likely to mainly meet

the conditions for such may perform tasks on aircraft

for a certain time and under certain conditions. This does not apply

on board the Swedish aircraft in international traffic.



A consent referred to in the first subparagraph may be withdrawn if the

required by the interests of air safety.



section 2 of the Transportation Board may provide for or in

an individual case derogate from the requirement for a student permit.



The authority to carry out tasks such as flight engineer on a

aircraft



section 3 in order to carry out tasks such as flight engineer on a

aircraft required a flight certificate.



Education



section 4 of the Transport Board may provide for

eligibility requirements for those performing the tasks

controllers for flight test and as instructors at

flight training on the ground.



Authority to provide



paragraph 5 of the Transport Board may provide for



1. the age requirements that apply to a learner permit or

licences shall be issued,



2. the requirements in terms of knowledge, experience and skill

to apply for a certificate to be issued,



3. the conditions under which a certificate may be extended,

be renewed, extended, restricted, approved or recognised.



If required by the interests of air safety,

The Swedish Transport Agency provide that a

specific permissions to the certificate holders shall be

perform certain tasks for aviation.



The Transport Board may, after consulting with the National Board of health and welfare

provide for the requirements in terms of health

as well as physical and psychological conditions that will apply to

a medical certificate shall be issued, approved or recognised.



Certification test and certificate verification



section 6 of the Transport Agency performs certification tests and

certificate check. Transportation Board may entrust to any

other to implement such data even if the data

an administrative authority.



section 7 of The is to undergo a certification test or a

certificate check to assist with staff

and provide the equipment, fuel, and the like.



Certificates registry



section 8 Transport Board of registers of holders of

student permits, certificates and licences as well as of

foreign certificates that have been approved (certification register).



In the register is kept in such data on the holders '

physical and mental fitness to have a student permit,

diplomas and licences needed for

the application of the provisions on this.



Recall, warning, reminder and disposal



§ 9 When a learner permit or licence has

revoked, the holder shall immediately communicate the certificate

to the Swedish Transport Agency. If the revocation took place at medical

grounds, shall also be the medical certificate submitted to the

The Swedish Transport Agency.



paragraph 10 of the decision pursuant to Chapter 4. Article 19, second paragraph

the Aviation Act (2010:500) if the objection shall be notified to the holder

student permit or certificate.



section 11 of the decision on the disposal of a flight certificate may

be notified by the police, prosecutors or

The Swedish Transport Agency pursuant to Chapter 4. section 21 of the Civil Aviation Act

(2010:500).



Such a decision shall be notified to the holder, which shall be immediately

submit the certificate to the person who announced the decision. If

someone other than the Transport Agency has announced the decision,

it immediately reported there. The decision shall then, as soon as possible

and at the latest within 48 hours shall be sent to the Swedish Transport Agency

along with the certificate and a report on the

occurred.



Transportation Board shall, within three working days to examine whether

the certificate shall be returned to the holder. Consider

Transportation Board that the certificate is not to be returned to

because of such circumstances as set out in Chapter 4. paragraph 21 of the first

subparagraph aviation law, the disposal immediately

be notified to the administrative court. Will a

review under this paragraph is not reached within three

working days shall immediately be returned to the airport certificate

holder.



Transportation Board shall also notify the administrative law

When the Board itself has decided to dispose of an

certificate pursuant to Chapter 4. paragraph 21, first paragraph

the Civil Aviation Act.



If the certificate is not to be returned because

of such circumstances as set out in Chapter 4. 21 section

subparagraph aviation law, the Transportation Board recall

the certificate until further notice. Regulation (2014:1284).



paragraph 12 of the decision of the Administrative Court in a case about the

recall or warning shall be served on the parties.



13 § When the Transport Board or general administrative courts

has withdrawn a student permit or licence until

Furthermore, due to the suspicion of a crime, should a notification

If the decision is immediately submitted to the investigating the leader or

the Prosecutor or, if charges are brought, the Court of Justice.



Approval of foreign pilot license



section 14 of the provisions of sections 9 to 13 also applies to the approval of

foreign licences, foreign certificates

approved and the holders of such certificates.



Medical certificate



section 15 of the Transport Board may appoint designated doctor to

issue the medical certificate. Transportation Board may announce

regulations on the requirements that will apply to such doctors.



Flight diary



section 16 of the Transport Board may provide for who

shall maintain flight diary and how a flight diary should be brought.



Chapter 5. Aircraft captain and crew as well as

service on board



Aircraft commander



section 1 of the aircraft owner designates the aircraft commander and

replacement for the Commander. It is usually the aircraft in

owner's place appoints commanders and deputies about the user

under agreement with the owner have the right to do so.



If no Commander has been appointed to the senior officers

be the master. The same shall apply if the master is

prevented and no replacement is available. If there is no

drivers and aircraft not in flight, the

Chief of the other fulfilling pursuits of importance for

Air Safety Board be commanders.



Transportation Board may provide for the detailed

conditions for someone to perform missions that

the master and who is the master at certificate sample

and on flights which relate to the control of the crew, or

stock.



Aircraft crew



section 2 of the Transportation Board may provide for the number of

crew members with certain permissions required for each

type of aircraft (crew).



In the flight manual or equivalent document shall be the minimum

number of crew members who must have flight certificate is specified.



Transportation Board may decide in a particular case

aircraft used for air transport of educational reasons or by

any other particular reason although regulatory requirements in

question about staffing are not met. When an aircraft

used with such consent, no paying

passengers follow along.



Preparatory and implementation of flight



paragraph 3 of the Transport Board may announce details relating to the


Commander's responsibilities under Chapter 5. paragraph 4(1)

the Aviation Act (2010:500).



Reporting obligations



section 4 If the master is omhändertagit someone who has committed

offences on board, he or she shall immediately inform the

Police Service or air traffic service unit at the resorts

where the aircraft will land.



If the master of the police or security reasons, abanadoned

someone, he or she shall promptly inform the police authority

or air traffic control device at the place where the land subsidence

has taken place.



If the master intends to hand over someone who has committed a

more severe offences on board to a competent authority, shall

She immediately inform police authorities or

air traffic control device at the place where the handover should

take place.



When a submission to a foreign authority has taken place,

the Commander, as soon as possible, inform the police authority.

Regulation (2014:1284).



§ 5, there are detailed rules on reporting under 5

Cape. paragraph LNA (2010:500)

Regulation (1990:717) accident investigation.



section 6, If an aircraft is in distress, or used to

save lives and applicable regulations regarding aviation security by

security reasons has not been followed, the Commander immediately

notify the air traffic service unit accordingly. He or she

shall, as soon as possible, submit a report to the Transport Board on the

occurred.



Transportation Board may announce details relating to the requirement

on intelligence and report referred to in the first subparagraph.



Service on board an aircraft



section 7 of the Transport Board may, after consulting with the National Board of health and welfare

announce additional rules relating to board a

aircraft carry out tasks related to aviation security

under the influence of alcohol or other means.



The Transport Board may, after consultation with the Swedish work environment authority

notify rules on working and rest times in aviation.



Chapter 6. Airports and other ground organization



Airports and other take-off and landing sites



section 1 of the Transport Board may provide for the

airports which may be used for different types of aviation.

In doing so, the Swedish Transport Agency decide that only certain

airports may be used for the flights to and from

Sweden.



The armed forces may provide for or in a

case-by-case basis, decide on the coordination of military and civilian

operations at military airports which have wholly or partially

granted for civil aviation. Consultation should take place with

CAA and CAA. In the field of civil

operations at military airports applies in General

the provisions of this regulation and the rules

notified under regulation.



section 2 of the Transportation Board may provide for the use

for takeoff and landing of areas that have not been established for the

such purposes or temporarily established for such

purposes.



3 § if necessary, in the interests of natural or environmental protection,

outdoor recreation, communications, fishing or trade

gets the Transport Board after consultation with the provincial government to inform

regulations on the ban for the aircraft to land in a

specific area, or to landing in a given area requires

special permission from the Swedish Transport Agency.



That the aircraft may not land in certain national parks

is clear from the rules that apply to these national parks.



Permission to establish an airport



section 4 of the Swedish Transport Agency examines questions about permission to establish

or rebuild airports and lays down conditions for the

the authorization. This also applies when the operation of an airport

changes in a way that is not of minor importance. If a

such permission has been granted by the Government,

The Swedish Transport Agency determine the conditions for the authorization if

This follows the Government's decision.



Transportation Board may provide for or in a

case-by-case basis, decide that an airport with respect to its

small-scale art, traffic or other special

circumstances may be established without authorisation

referred to in the first subparagraph.



Operating permits for airports, etc.



paragraph 5 of the Transport Board may provide for the requirements

to be met from a safety point of view to a

area should be used as an airport. Requirements should also refer to

Airport area's characteristics and equipment. In addition,

requirements imposed on the markings and other devices shall

be set up outside the area. Requirements may also be placed on the

in the vicinity of the airport should not be obstacles, badges

or lights that can cause hazard to aviation.



Transportation Board may provide for or in a

case-by-case basis, decide that an airport with respect to its

small-scale art, traffic or other special

circumstances do not need to be approved before it is taken into use.



section 6 of the Transport Board hears questions about approval of

flight safety of airports and issues

AOC.



section 7 of the Transport Board may provide for the operation of

airports.



section 8 before the Transportation Board rules under 5

or section 7 shall consult the armed forces in the case

If the impact on military installations.



Transportation Board may provide for airport

radio equipment after consultation with the Swedish Post and Telecom Agency.



§ 9 About an airport that does not need to be approved before it is

in use do not meet safety requirements,

Transportation the Board prohibit the use or enter below

what conditions it may be used.



Air navigation service



section 10 Transportation Board may provide for

data, scope, and design when it comes to

air traffic management, aviation information service,

Meteorological Service, communication, navigation and

monitoring services as well as search and rescue and the

aviation security rules for the business as required.

Regulations shall, where appropriate, be communicated after consultation

with the armed forces and, in the case of meteorological service,

after consultation with the Swedish Meteorological and hydrological

institutions, and when it comes to the rescue after consultation

with the Swedish Maritime Administration.



Activities relating to air navigation service shall be approved by

The Swedish Transport Agency to get carried out. If such activities

does not meet the safety requirements, the Transport Agency

revoke or restrict it.



Transportation Board may provide for the

competence requirements that apply to employees within

air navigation services and for technical personnel who install

or maintains equipment for air traffic control.



Questions concerning air traffic services for airspace in the

connection to an airport pursuant to Chapter 6. paragraph 13 of the third

subparagraph LNA (2010:500) be reviewed by the

The Swedish Transport Agency.



11 § at the airports, there shall be controlled airspace.



For airports where traffic is of less complexity or

extent, the Transportation Board provide for

or in a particular case, decide on the exemption from the requirement of

controlled airspace and specify the requirements that apply to

the flight there.



Transportation Board determines the extent of the airspace

referred to in the first subparagraph. Transportation Board may announce

rules about which plants to appear to

facilitate air traffic there.



section 12 of the Transport Board may provide for in the

extent to which it should be controlled airspace for flight

on the stretch.



If necessary for overseeing air traffic,

Transport Board announce that the flying

outside controlled airspace shall communicate this in

advance and follow road administration regulations if

the flight.



section 13 Transport Board may provide for flight paths

in controlled airspace.



section 14 of the navigational aids and other facilities to

facilitate air traffic shall be subject to approval by the Transport Agency

before being put into service.



Transportation Board may provide for the establishment,

the maintenance and operation of the installations and of the supervision

over them. the Transport Board may withdraw or restrict a

approval as referred to in the first subparagraph if the flight safety requirements are not

are met.



section 15 of the Transport Agency, on issues referred to in paragraphs 11 to 14

consult with the armed forces. If it is necessary to

Transportation Board also consult with the Swedish Post and Telecom Agency

or with other authorities.



Police regulations for airports, etc.



section 16 of the Transport Board may provide for access

to airports and the order there. The County Board may

provide for access to a particular airport

after consultation with the airport.



In the regulations referred to in the first paragraph, the area where

regulations shall apply to specified.



Aviation security at airports



section 17 of the Transport Board hears cases pursuant to Chapter 6. section 15

second subparagraph, LNA (2010:500).



Fees



section 18 of the Civil Aviation Administration may provide within their

business area charges for air navigation services.



Some staff in land organisation



section 19 of the Transport Board may provide for

acceptance in Sweden of foreign student authorizations for

training for air traffic controllers and air traffic controller licence in

air traffic services and flight techniques.



The provisions of Chapter 4. 2, §§ 5-11 also applies in the case of

certificates for air traffic controllers in air traffic services and

Aviation technologies as well as in the case of the holder of such certificate.



section 20 of the Transport Board may provide for matters

referred to in Chapter 6. 19 section LNA (2010:500).


In the case of evidence of formal qualifications referred to in that section of the law, and if

holders of such evidence, the provisions of Chapter 4. 5 –

11 of this regulation.



the provision in section 21 of Chapter 5. section 9 of the Aeronautics Act (2010:500)

also applies to



1. the after supervision submits a aircraft clearly

for the flight,



2. personnel conducting operations with

flight information service (AFIS-officials).



Air barriers, etc.



section 22 of the radio equipment must not be organized so that they can

be confused with air traffic or disturb plants, or

so they otherwise can pose danger to air safety.

The same applies to lights and other appliances.



Transportation Board may provide for the prohibition of

or other limitation of set of brands, lighting

or other equipment which may constitute a danger to the

flight safety.



The Swedish post and Telecom Agency may submit to the offender

the first subparagraph to take corrective action if the

applies to a radio. The Swedish Transport Agency may submit to the

those who violate the rule laid down in the first subparagraph to take

rectification in the cases other than radio equipment.



section 23 of the Swedish Transport Agency will work to buildings, masts,

natural objects and the like are marked to danger

flight safety is to be avoided.



If it is a danger to the safety of a building

constructed or to a mast or similar is put up,

The Swedish Transport Agency provide for or in a

case-by-case basis, decide on the selection of the air barrier. Such

mark may not mean something significantly but for land owners

or those who have special right to the ground.



The Swedish Transport Agency shall consult with landowners, those who have

special right to the ground, as well as representatives of the other

interests involved.



section 24 If a selection has been made under section 22 or due to

other rules and someone would take action that can

mean that selection changes, or no longer fulfils its

function satisfactorily, this must be notified to the

The Swedish Transport Agency. The notification shall be made not later than 30 days before the

the action to be taken. Transportation Board may decide whether the modified

selection until the issue is decided. If someone takes

measures without complying with the provisions of

the notification obligation, the Transport Board on his or

her expense restore the conditions in the previous

condition or impose on him or her to take corrective action.



Flight obstacle notification



section 25 of The program on its own behalf or let carry out

construction works will be at least four weeks before the commencement of

make a complaint to the armed forces about the works relating to the

the construction or expansion of a building or other

facility. This applies if the building or facility

total height will exceed 45 metres when the work

shall be carried out within cohesive settlement or 20 metres when

the works shall be carried out in the different area.



An air barrier notification must be in writing and briefly

describe the nature, extent and precise location,

and indicate the name and address in the case of the

carries out or causes to carry out building works. The armed forces must

provide for an air barrier notification may be provided in

electronic form.



section 26 of the Transport Board may announce details relating to the

the content of an air barrier notification pursuant to Chapter 6. section 23 of the

the Aviation Act (2010:500).



Chapter 7. Permission to operate



Flight safety permits



AOC



section 1 of the Transport Board may announce further provisions

If operating conditions other than those laid down in Chapter 7. 1-7 sections

the Aviation Act (2010:500).



Questions regarding AOC review by the Transport Agency.



Transportation the Board of Directors may decide on such derogations as referred to in

Chapter 7. section 1, third subparagraph, and paragraph 3, fourth subparagraph

the Civil Aviation Act.



Aerial work permit



section 2 of the Transportation Board may provide for

aerial work permits.



Questions about the aerial State review by the Transport Agency.

Transportation Board may entrust to someone else to do

trial.



Transportation Board may provide for or in a

case-by-case basis, decide on the exemption from the requirement of

aerial work permit if aviation is not large in scale

or if there are special reasons.



Permit to conduct training



paragraph 3 of the Transport Board may provide for conditions

to conduct flight training as well as provide or in

a case-by-case basis, decide on the exemption from licensing

to conduct flight training in the case of training for

private flight.



If a flight training that have been excluded from

authorisation requirement not satisfy prescribed

aviation safety requirements, the Board may prohibit the Transport

the training is conducted.



The Swedish Transport Agency may provide that

permit to conduct training of air traffic controllers.



Questions about authorization under this section, be considered by the

The Swedish Transport Agency.



Traffic condition



Requirements for a permit



section 4 of the Transport Board may provide for

traffic condition and on the exercise of traffic rights

a permit is not required under Chapter 7. section 10, third paragraph

the Aviation Act (2010:500).



§ 5 Transport Board hears questions about the permit to

scheduled traffic and determines the conditions under which

to apply in individual cases.



At the trial, according to the first paragraph, the Swedish Transport Agency

in particular, take into account the



– the applicant's ability to carry out the activities and

Thus associated obligations,



– the transport policy guidelines that the Government decided,



– the operation's compatibility with international

obligations that bind Sweden,



– any impediments to the business taking into account

to aviation safety, aviation security and the environment,



– the circumstances that affect the conditions of competition,

including issues of non-discrimination and reciprocity.



If the traffic concerns a State against which sanctions or other

barriers to trade or where armed conflict is in progress, as well as

If there are other similar circumstances or otherwise

specific reasons, the Swedish Transport Agency with private opinion

submit the issue to the Government.



section 6 of the Transport Board may provide for other

Aviation other than scheduled traffic. Transport Agency

examining questions about permits for such traffic and

determines the conditions in individual cases.



The Transport Board may, in the case of air navigation other than aviation

in regular service provide for or in a

case-by-case basis, decide that it must be carried out without the authorisation, if

It is appropriate to the nature of aviation or

scope.



paragraph 7 of an aircraft that is registered in another country as

has assisted the Chicago Convention and which are used for different

than in scheduled traffic, fly, and land

within Swedish territory without a permit provided

to passengers or goods not be taken on board or ashore

within Sweden.



The first subparagraph shall not apply to air transport for which the required

aerial work permits.



With the "Chicago Convention" means the Convention relating to the

international civil aviation concluded at Chicago on 7

December 1944.



section 8 Transport Board may withdraw or restrict

traffic condition and fully or partially restrict the exercise of

traffic rights if the licensee or operator of

traffic rights do not comply with the rules or conditions

that applies to the business, or if there is

special reasons for it.



The Government has decided on a permit may

The Swedish Transport Agency only decide on interim

withdrawal or recall for some time. Question about

withdrawal of such permit shall, as soon as possible

be submitted to the Government.



Leasing or rental services of aircraft



§ 9 Transport Board may, if necessary for the sake of

flight safety or otherwise to aviation in Swedish

area, provide for the authorisation of

to hire or rent an aircraft.



Questions about State or rental of aircraft

be examined by the Transport Agency.



Chapter 8. Certain provisions of the air traffic



Traffic rules, etc.



section 1 of the Transport Board may, after consultation with the armed forces,

provide for rules of the road for aviation.

The rules of the road should essentially comply with the

traffic rules which the international civil

Aviation Organization (ICAO) adopted (the international

the rules of the road).



2 § In aviation with a Swedish aircraft within another

territory to the international rules of the road

be followed, if they do not conflict with those of the country issued

the provisions.



Aviation takes place with a Swedish aircraft within an area

does not belong to any country, to the international

the rules of the road apply without modifications.



paragraph 3, It shall not be thrown or placed objects from a

aircraft, if it can bring about injuries, illnesses or

inconvenience to people's health. Transportation Board may

notify additional regulation.



Transportation Board may provide for what that will be

be taken to damage by noise and similar disorders

from aircraft should be avoided or limited. When needed

should the Transport Board to consult with the public health agency.



Regulations on the prohibition of the distribution of pesticides from

aircraft, see Chapter 14. the second subparagraph of section 18 of the environmental code.

Regulation (2013:908).



section 4 of the Swedish Transport Agency may provide that

aircraft in flight in the Swedish area should follow certain


flight paths or be delivered in some areas.

Transportation Board may also provide for

restrictions on use of the airspace in connection to

such routes.



paragraph 5 of the Transport Board may, after consultation with the customs service,

provide for each aircraft shall pass through Sweden's

border and the route to be followed within the country to

and from the border, as well as determine the precise conditions to be

apply for flights over the border.



Obligation to land



section 6, such a request to land referred to in Chapter 8. section 2 of the

the Aviation Act (2010:500) may be provided by the Transport Agency.

If a landing is necessary for reasons of safety or if

The Transportation Board has particularly appointed it, gets a call

also be provided by an air traffic control unit.



section 7 of the Transport Board or an air traffic control unit shall,

unless considerations of security or air safety

speaks against it, prevent an aircraft to resign or call on

the landing



1. at the request of the investigating the leader of a criminal case, if

It is necessary for the efterspanandet of a person who is detained

or arrested or suspected on probable cause for a

offence for which it is prescribed imprisonment for one year or

more, or else because the investigation of such crimes,



2. at the request of the police authorities if absolutely

necessary for the efterspanandet of a person who is detained

or arrested or who have deviated from a

correctional institution or another institution where he or she

have been listed because of a Government decision, or



3. at the request of a customs officer, unless it is absolutely

necessary to a proper customs control.



The first subparagraph shall not apply where the offence has been committed on a

foreign aircraft and an intervention must not be based

of the provisions of an international agreement

Sweden has advised. Regulation (2014:1284).



section 8 If an aircraft does not land in spite of a call according to 6

or section 7, it may have left the call request help by

The armed forces to get the aircraft to land. The same

true if the aircraft is not serviced by a call. Question

If the assistance shall be examined by the armed forces with regard to

the availability of suitable aircraft, flight safety and other

such circumstances.



If an aircraft without permission are within such a

restriction zone referred to in Chapter 1. section 4, third subparagraph, and

It can be assumed that the aircraft is aware of this,

Armed forces to persuade the aircraft to leave the area or to

land. An aircraft that can be assumed to have passengers on board,

Don't be persuaded to land if there are serious reasons to

the Regulation (2013:944).



§ 9 Transport Board may, after consultation with the armed forces,

identify signals that can be used to show that a

aircraft is in such a restriction zone

referred to in Chapter 1. 4 section.



section 10 When an aircraft during flight to or from

Swedish territory have landed under section 6, 7 or 8,

the master immediately notify the nearest Swedish

Customs Office. A notification may be made in place of the master of the

an air carrier or an agent for this.



Skydiving



section 11 of These parachute jump from aircraft not performed

in emergency mode may only be performed if the Transport Agency left

permission to do so.



Transportation Board may leave it to someone else to try

questions about the permit referred to in the first subparagraph.



Restrictions on the right to transport cargo



section 12 of the Transport Board may provide for or in

a case by case basis, decide on the prohibition of the carriage of

aircraft or on special conditions for such transport,

If required by the interests of air safety, or

aviation security or whether it follows from an international

agreement that Sweden has taken office.



Aircraft documents



section 13, an aircraft shall process the following be carried:



1. nationality and registration certificate or a

permission for aviation according to Chapter 1. paragraph 1, and



2. certificate of airworthiness, noise certificate,

the flight manual and the aircraft journey log or equivalent

documents.



Transportation Board may provide for or in a

individual case may decide to derogate from the provisions of the first

subparagraph in relation to aircraft on domestic flights.

Transportation Board may also provide for the

aircraft should have additional aircraft documents and to

These should be carried on board.



Transportation Board may announce further provisions concerning

aircraft documents.



section 14 of Every crew member of an aircraft shall carry

flight certificate or equivalent document issued

for her or him.



Transportation Board may provide for the

crew members should bring also other documents.



Chapter 9. Liability for damage by aviation



section 1 of the Transport Board may announce further provisions

If the submission and presentation of proof of insurance under 9

Cape. 4 and 5 of the Aviation Act (2010:500).



10 Cape. Search and rescue, investigation of aviation accidents

and reporting of events



Search and rescue



§ 1 provisions on search and rescue in the Swedish area

see Act (2003:778) on protection against accidents and

Regulation (2003:789) for protection against accidents.



Outside the Swedish Maritime Administration area, or the like

fact appoints lead rescue service over the parts of the

sea air rescue service is a task for the Swedish

authorities.



Search and rescue services may not be restricted on the basis of

aircraft nationality or the nationality of the

its occupants.



section 2 of a commander who discovers that another aircraft is

in emergency shall, unless it is obviously irrelevant,



1. keep the distressed aircraft in sight as long as it

needed,



2. try to determine the nödställdes position,



3. notify search and rescue or air traffic service unit

According to rules announced by the Swedish Transport Agency, and



4. follow the instructions of these devices communicate.



The provisions of the first subparagraph applies only if the measures

does not adversely affect their own aircraft,

the crew or the passengers.



If the master does not make contact with any air rescue

or air traffic service unit, should he or she attempt to get

contact with other aircraft or seagoing vessels.

The master shall coordinate the rescue operations that can

come into being until contact with rescue-or

air traffic service unit has been established or until something

other aircraft or seagoing vessels undertake

coordination.



The provisions of this section also applies where the master

Notice that a sea-going ship is in distress, to someone in

other cases are in distress or to someone's life in

the rest must be considered to be in danger.



section 3 of a commander who does not participate in the rescue but

as on radio messages about the perceived emergency or distress.

shall, unless it is obviously irrelevant,



1. determine the position of the nödställdes,



2. plumb the shipment if this is possible,



3. notify search and rescue or air traffic service unit,

and



4. at their option, go to the location of the distress

until instructions from these devices have been provided.



4 § The officiating at an airport or other facility

for aviation is required to serve even at service free

time when this is needed for the air rescue service.



§ 5 the owner of the aircraft used in aviation

or, if the aircraft is not used by the owner, which is usually

it in his or her place, should be able to provide immediate

information on the emergency and rescue equipment available on the

the aircraft. He or she must also ensure that all the

instructions are available on Board needed to

the aircraft will be able to participate in search and rescue.



section 6 of the Regulations in Chapter 7. section 4 of the Act (2003:778) concerning the protection of

accidents on compensation from the State for participation in

rescue service regarding such rescue

outside Swedish territory, led by the maritime administration or the

as the Agency appoints.



section 7 of the Transport Board may, after consultation with the other relevant

authorities, announce additional regulations on

air rescue service.



Investigation of civil aviation accidents and incidents



section 8 on investigations from the point of view of safety of

aviation accidents and incidents of such accidents are

the detailed provisions in the Act (1990:712) concerning the examination of

accidents and Regulation (1990:717) concerning the examination of

accidents.



In civil aviation



§ 9 the following persons shall, in accordance with Chapter 10. § 9

the Aviation Act (2010:500) to the Transport Agency report

events such as those noted in the exercise of their functions:



1. the operator or master of a power-driven

aircraft whose maximum takeoff weight exceeds 400 kg

and used under the supervision of the Swedish authority,



2. under the supervision of the Swedish authority carries out

activities relating to the design, construction, maintenance

or modification of a powered aircraft whose maximum

take-off weight in excess of 400 kilograms, or of its equipment

or parts of it,



3. under the supervision of the Swedish authority signs a

certificate of engineering revision or bringing into use of a

power-driven aircraft whose maximum takeoff weight exceeds 400

kilogram, or by any equipment or part thereof,



4. a person who performs a function which requires

air traffic controller licence or handling any other

air navigation services,




5. the head of an airport that is open to

commercial traffic in this country,



6. a person who performs a function connected with the

installation, modification, maintenance, repair, overhaul,

flight-checking or inspection of installations for

air navigation, communication and supervision as Swedish

authority shall be responsible for,



7. the one at an airport open to commercial

traffic in this country is exercising a function connected with the

management on the ground of aircraft whose maximum takeoff weight

more than 400 kilograms, including fueling,

servicing, loadsheet preparation, loading, de-icing

and towing.



Individuals must also report to the Transport Agency via a

reporting system as an Aviation Organization has

drawn up in accordance



1. with regulations issued by the Swedish Transport Agency,



2. Council Regulation (EEC) No 3922/91 of 16 december

1991 on the harmonisation of technical requirements and administrative

procedures in the field of civil aviation, or



3. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no

216/2008 of 20 February 2008 establishing

common rules in the field of civil aviation and

establishing a European Aviation Safety Agency, and if

repeal of Council Directive 91/670/EEC, Regulation (EC) no

1592/2002 and Directive 2004/36/EC or provisions

issued pursuant to the regulation.



section 10 of this regulation, the word event has the same meaning as

in Chapter 10. section 8 of the Aviation Act (2010:500).



Transportation Board may announce details relating to the

reporting of events. In doing so, the Swedish Transport Agency

comply with the provisions of European Parliament and Council

Directive 2003/42/EC of 13 June 2003 on occurrence reporting

in civil aviation.



section 11 of the Transport Agency will manage the systems needed for

to collect, evaluate, process, store, protect and disseminate

information about events that are reported.



The collected reports will be stored in a database in

The Swedish Transport Agency. In this database, including data on

accidents and incidents are stored. SHK shall have

full access to this database.



12 § When the Transport Agency receives an event report

the Board of Directors, if necessary, inform the competent authority

in the Member State



1. where the event occurred,



2. where the aircraft is registered,



3. where the aircraft is made, or



4. where an operator has received its privileges.



section 13 Transport Board shall, at least once a year to compile

and publish a security review with the information about the

events that have been reported. When deemed appropriate,

Transportation Board also publish reports, if these

be designed in such a way that the respondent's or

third party's identity not be divulged.

section 14 of the individuals ' names, addresses and other direct

identifying personal data may not be recorded in the database

as stated in the second paragraph of section 11.



section 15, an authority shall refrain from initiating other legal

procedures other than criminal procedures

unpremeditated or inadvertent infringements of the law which it may

attention only because they have been reported under

for the system of compulsory reporting of incidents.

However, this does not apply in the case of infringements of the law which

committed recklessly.



Exchange of information



section 16 of the Transport Agency will be Swedish contact point and

participate in an information exchange which means that all the relevant

the security information that is stored in a database in accordance with section 11 shall

be made available to the competent authorities of the other

Member States of the European Union and of the European

the Commission, to the extent permitted by



1. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 550/2004

of 10 March 2004 on the provision of

air navigation services in the single European sky

("regulation on the provision of services"),



2. European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/36/EC of the

21 april 2004 on the safety of third country aircraft

countries using Community airports,



3. European Parliament and Council Directive 2003/42/EC of the

13 June 2003 on occurrence reporting in civil

Aviation,



4. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 216/2008

of 20 February 2008 on common

rules in the field of civil aviation and establishing

a European Aviation Safety Agency, and repealing

Council Directive 91/670/EEC, Regulation (EC) No 1592/2002 and

Directive 2004/36/EC.



section 17 Information in SHK and

Transportation Board may be disclosed to a foreign authority

or an international organization, if the disclosure is clear from

provisions on the exchange of information between Member States and

The European Commission, in the acts referred to in section 16.



Information may also be disclosed in accordance with Chapter 8. paragraph 3 of the

public access to information and secrecy (2009:400).



section 18 the provisions of §§ 16 and 17 shall also apply in the

relative to other States that are bound by the acts

as stated in section 16.



11 kap. Specific provisions



Departure bans etc.



Article 1 for the purposes of Chapter 11. section 1 of the Aviation Act (2010:500)

the following shall apply for an aircraft not registered

here in the country. The Swedish Transport Agency, in collaboration with the State

responsible for the operation of the aircraft concerned, or the

State in which the aircraft is registered, determine the conditions

necessary for the aircraft to be allowed to fly

to an airport at which the deficiencies can be corrected. If the deficiencies are

affect the validity of the aircraft airworthiness certificate,

grounding may be lifted only if the operator is authorized by

the State or States in whose territory the aircraft will

flying over during this flight.



section 2 of the Swedish Transport Agency shall collect and maintain information

relating to inspections and supervision of aircraft in

accordance with the provisions of European Parliament and

Council Directive 2004/36/EC of 21 april 2004 on the safety

in the case of third-country aircraft using

airports in the community, and in particular article 3, as well as participate in

Exchange of information pursuant to article 5 of the directive.



Fees and allowances for Ordinances



paragraph 3 of the Transport Board may provide for fees

and compensation for the cost of



1. registration and equivalent measures in respect of

aircraft,



2. monitoring of the airworthiness and environmental dignity of

aircraft and other flight equipment,



3. issuing and equivalent measures in respect of

student permit, certificate, medical certificate,

evidence, permissions and approvals of foreign

certificates and certification test and control other than

certificate check, and



4. permits, authorization and supervision under the Aviation Act

(2010:500) and regulations issued by virtue of the

Act as well as under EU regulations on Civil Aviation

area.



If an Ordinance could not be completed, and this is not

depends on the Transport Board or court enforcement officer, shall

fee and the costs yet to be paid.



Transportation Board may provide for or in a

case-by-case basis, decide that payment should be made in advance.



Charges shall be determined up to full cost recovery in question

If



1. operating permit for commercial air transportation with

helicopter and hot air balloon,



2. aerial work permits,



3. educational conditions,



4. maintenance and airworthiness organisations with

condition, and



5. operations with aircraft of cultural and historical value that

carried out on a non-profit basis. Regulation (2013:993).



12 Cape. Supervision, etc.



Supervision



(1) Supervision over compliance with the provisions of 1 – 8, 10

and Chapter 11. the Aviation Act (2010:500) and regulations

a court in connection with the law are exercised, unless otherwise

provided for, by the Swedish Transport Agency.



The Swedish Transport Agency may Commission someone else to take care of

supervision relating to airworthiness. By other oversight than that

referred to in the first subparagraph, the Swedish Transport Agency to hire other

to assist with supervision.



Authority referred to in the first subparagraph may provide

that, under the supervision of the authority shall submit the

information necessary for the exercise of

supervision.



section 2 of the Transportation Board may provide for the

that is supervised pursuant to Chapter 12. section 2 of the Aviation Act

(2010:500) shall provide the information that the Transport Agency

need to be able to exercise supervision.



Transportation Board may provide for the

relevant information for the safety and

aviation security as well as the statistical information in terms of

an airport and traffic where the holder of the airport

is obliged to provide.



§ 3 When the one who has a Swedish operating licence, hire a

foreign aircraft, may Transport the Board included

agreement with another State to take charge of the supervision of

the aircraft.



When a Swedish-registered aircraft leased to a foreign

natural or legal person may Transport the Board included

agreement with another State, or the authority of a

other State responsible for the supervision of aircraft, if

transfer of supervisory responsibility of the leased aircraft.



The Swedish Transport Agency may conclude agreement on takeover

or the handing over of responsibility for supervision of airworthiness

and aircraft maintenance with Denmark or Norway, or with the

authority in any of these States are responsible for such

supervision. Regulation (2011:869).



Appropriations




section 4 of the Swedish Transport Agency, in the respects referred to in

the Aviation Act (2010:500) announce additional rules

as regards the protection of the life, personal safety or health

or traffic.



The Swedish Transport Agency may Commission someone else to assist with

administrative task in connection with the rules referred to

in the first paragraph. Aviation refers to regulations

that is not licensed under Chapter 7. aviation law

(2010:500), administrative task as the Transport Agency

hands on someone else's behalf include the exercise of public authority.



A person who performs aviation activities should provide the information by

importance to flight safety and aviation security, as well as the

statistical information in the field of business and

data according to the Regulation (1994:1808) if competent

authorities in the civil aviation area

The Swedish Transport Agency. Transportation Board may

provide for or in a particular case, decide to

owners and users of aircraft not practising

as well as commanding officer shall provide such information.



Into account the international standards



section 5 of The regulations to notify under this

Regulation shall comply with the standards of the international civil

Aviation Organization (ICAO) defines and other

international obligations that Sweden has committed itself.



Chapter 13. Liability rules, etc.



Liability provisions



§ 1 to fine person who willfully



1. in breach of regulations or decisions that have been issued by the

The Swedish Transport Agency if temporary restricted zones with

support of Chapter 1. 4 or 5 sections,



2. violates regulations issued by

The Swedish Transport Agency by virtue of Chapter 1. 7, 8 or 9 of the decision

for exceptions in these clauses specified governing law,



3. violate the provisions on marking of aircraft

issued pursuant to Chapter 2. section 7,



4. violation of rules about eligibility requirements for the

fulfill the data controller at the flight test or

instructor at the flight training on the ground which has been issued with

support of Chapter 4. paragraph 4,



5. carrying out a task as Commander of aircraft without

comply with the conditions laid down in Chapter 5. section 1,



6. in the performance of tasks on board an aircraft by

importance to flight safety in breach of regulations on

the influence of alcohol or other means, or regulations on

working and rest times, granted on the basis of Chapter 5.

section 7,



7. violate the Transport Agency's regulations or conditions

in relation to the establishment, maintenance and operation of airports,



8. violate regulations about landing ban issued

pursuant to Chapter 6. Article 1, first paragraph, section 2 or section 3 of the first

subparagraph,



9. violate the prohibitions or conditions that have been notified under

of Chapter 6. section 9,



10. violation of rules on access to or

order at airports that have been issued pursuant to Chapter 6.

section 16,



11. breach of regulations that have been issued with the support of 7

Cape. Article 1, first paragraph, paragraph 2 or paragraph 3 of the first

the paragraph on the operating licence, aerial work permits and

permit to conduct training,



12. breach of regulations issued by

Transport Board under Chapter 7. section 9 authorising

to hire or lease aircraft,



13. breach of regulations on traffic rules for aviation

issued by the Swedish Transport Agency pursuant to Chapter 8. section 1,



14. breach the prohibitions in accordance with Chapter 8. section 3(1) or

against regulations issued pursuant to that provision

to the aircraft, throw or drop any objects that can

cause injuries, illnesses or inconvenience to people's

health,



15. violation of rules about what should be taken to

damage by noise and similar disturbances from aircraft

should be avoided or restricted in accordance with Chapter 8. paragraph 3, second subparagraph,



16. violation of rules about where aircraft may cross the

The Swedish border and the route to be followed within the

the country in accordance with Chapter 8. section 5,



17. violation of rules or conditions that have been notified to the

with the support of Chapter 8. section 12 on air transport of certain goods;



18. violate Chapter 8. section 14 or against regulations that have

granted on the basis of that provision, does not entail

flight certificate or equivalent document on board a

aircraft;



19. do not comply with their reporting obligations under the Cape.

§ 9.



2 § To liability under this regulation are judged not on

the offence is subject to punishment under the criminal code,

the Aviation Act (2010:500) or other law, or if the Act

constitutes a breach of an injunction or prohibition

together with liquidated damages.



Notice to the Transport Agency



section 3, the Court shall immediately send a copy of the judgment and task

If the certificates to the Swedish Transport Agency, if the holder of

a flight certificate



1. been convicted of



a) offences in relation to the indication of importance for

flight safety on board an aircraft or in

land organisation,



b) unlawful appropriation of aircraft or motor vehicles,

or



c) violation of law (1951:649) of punishment for certain

driving offences, 30, § first, second or third subparagraph, Act

(1990:1157) om the safety of Metro and tram or 10

Cape. paragraph 2 of the first, second or third subparagraph the Railway Act

(2004:519)



2. sentenced to different penalties than fines for violation of



a) Chapter 3. the criminal code,



Chapter 4, section b). the criminal code,



(c)), Chapter 6. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 of the Penal Code or Chapter 6. 1

or 4 and 15 of the criminal code,



d) Chapter 8. 5 or 6 of the Penal Code or any of these

sections and Chapter 8. section 12 of the Penal Code,



e) Chapter 13. Criminal Code, or



f) chapter 17. 1, 2, 4 or 5 of the Penal Code.



When a court announces verdict or decision, in a case where

duty to notify applies pursuant to the first subparagraph, shall

inform the Transport Agency.



If a holder of an airport certificate have been charged with something

offences referred to in the first subparagraph and the certificate has

suspended or revoked until further notice, the Court shall

immediately notify the Transport Agency if the Prosecutor put

down the prosecution or the Court acquits the accused.



Added preliminary investigation or the Prosecutor decides not to

Sue when a certificate is suspended or

been revoked until further notice, the Authority announced

the decision to send a notification about this to

The Swedish Transport Agency.



section 4 provisions of paragraph 3, also applies to holders of

student permits and of such certificates set out in Chapter 6. § 19

first subparagraph, the Aviation Act (2010:500).



Provisions of paragraph 3, also applies to the holder of a foreign

certificates that have been approved in this country. Transport Agency

Determines whether the foreign authority which issued

the certificate shall be informed of the incident.

Regulation (2010:1536).



§ 5 If the police authority finds reason to believe that the

holds student permits, certificates, diplomas, approved

foreign certificates or formal qualifications do not meet the

the requirements of the holding, the authority shall notify the

The Swedish Transport Agency.



If a doctor or psychologist during an investigation of someone who

referred to in the first subparagraph, finds that he or she is unfit

to hold a student permit, certificate, qualification

or approval to the doctor or psychologist report it

to the Swedish Transport Agency. Regulation (2014:1284).



Notice to government offices



section 6, If a foreigner is suspected of having committed an

more severe crimes aboard an aircraft and has been handed over

to the police authority, the authority shall immediately inform the

Government offices (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) about this and if

the investigation results. The Prosecutor shall notify the Department

of its decision in the prosecution question.



It is stated in the first paragraph applies when a Swedish citizen

is suspected of having committed such an offence on board a

foreign aircraft. Regulation (2014:1284).



VITE



section 7 of the injunction or prohibition to the Swedish Transport Agency

reports on the basis of any of the EU regulations that counts

up in section 2 of the Ordinance (1994:1808) if competent authorities on

the civil aviation area may be subject to a penalty.



Chapter 14. Military aviation and other aviation for civil purposes



Military aviation



paragraph 1 of The words and expressions that are defined in chapter 14. 1 §

the Aviation Act (2010:500) has the same meaning in this

Regulation. Regulation (2013:944).



section 2 of the armed forces shall, within the limits of 14

Cape. section 2 of the Aviation Act (2010:500), provide for

or in a particular case, decide on military aviation.



The armed forces ' regulatory law does not apply to air navigation service

in Sweden or personnel certified in this

area.



The armed forces ' operations, according to State Aviation Regulation

(1999:1354) is military aviation. Regulation (2013:944).



section 3 of the defence forces may provide for or in a

case-by-case basis decide whether foreign military aviation activities

in Sweden carried out under



1. an exercise with the Swedish units that are made according to the Government's

consent, or



2. international military testing, training and

start up.



For foreign military aircraft access to Swedish

There are provisions in access regulation

(1992:118) Regulation (2013:944).



4 § in cases other than referred to in paragraph 3 to a foreign

State aircraft comply with the provisions of the civil aviation and

be performed according to the instructions from the Swedish

air traffic management.



Aircraft is in distress in the Swedish area to enter this

with international signal and notify the relationship

to the nearest Swedish air traffic service unit.

Regulation (2013:944).




paragraph 5 of the armed forces, after having heard the defence

materiel Administration provide for or in an individual case

decide on air transport performed in Sweden by another State,

or a company established in another Member State, and which concerns the

maintenance, modification, or testing for military purposes.

On the activities relating to civil aviation or other air transport for

Government purposes, the armed forces act after consulting

The Swedish Transport Agency. Regulation (2013:944).



section 6 in the military aviation to a notification under Chapter 5. 4 §

second subparagraph, LNA (2010:500) is made to

The Swedish armed forces. Regulation (2013:944).



section 7 if the master of a military aircraft has

omhändertagit someone who has committed a crime on board, he should

they inform the police authority or

air traffic services unit in the locations where the aircraft shall

land.



If the master of the police or security reasons, abanadoned

someone, he or she shall promptly inform the police authority

or air traffic control device at the place where the land subsidence

has taken place. Regulation (2014:1284).



section 8 if the master of a military aircraft intends to

hand over someone who has committed a crime on board more difficult to

a competent authority, he or she shall immediately inform the

Police Service or air traffic control device at the place where the

surrender shall take place.



Have a surrender as referred to in the first subparagraph has been made to a

foreign authority, the master shall inform

The Swedish armed forces.



If the master intends to hand over someone to a foreign

authority, he or she shall, if possible, first hear

The Swedish armed forces. Regulation (2014:1284).



§ 9 Provision in Chapter 5. section 9 of the Aeronautics Act (2010:500)

the following also applies to staff in land organisation in

military aviation:



1. personnel perform klargöringstjänst or other

aviation maintenance service,



2. air traffic controllers, and



3. air traffic controllers when they are included in the military

aviation system. Regulation (2013:944).



section 10 of the Finnish defence forces, after consulting the National Board

provide for or in a particular case, decide to

the crew of a military aircraft in case of

service under the influence of alcohol or any other

funds. Regulation (2013:944).



section 11 of the defence forces shall notify the

conditions within the military aviation system.



Armed forces examining questions about permission referred to in the first

paragraph. Regulation (2013:944).



section 12 of the defence forces may, after consulting the Transport Agency

notify traffic rules for military aviation.

Regulation (2013:944).



paragraph 13 of the defence forces may impose and levy a fee for its

licensing and supervision. Regulation (2013:944).



section 14 of the defence forces shall notify within military aviation

regulations or in a particular case, decide on the ban

for transport by aircraft or on special conditions for the

such a shipment, if required by the interests of air safety

or aviation security. Regulation (2013:944).



Other aviation for civil purposes



section 15 other government purposes applies

the provisions of this regulation, except



1. Chapter 7,



2. Chapter 9,



3. Chapter 11. 3 paragraph 4,



4.12. 1 to 4 sections, and



5. Chapter 14. 1-14 sections.

Regulation (2013:944).



section 16 of the Transport Board may, after consulting the relevant

authorities are pursuing other aviation for civil purposes and

with regard to chapter 14. section 7 of the Aeronautics Act (2010:500)

provide for other aviation for civil purposes in

matters governed by



1.3 – Chapter 5., 8. and Chapter 11. section 1 of the Aviation Act, and



2. Chapter 3. 1 to 5 sections, Chapter 4. 1, 5 to 8, 10, 12 and 15 sections, Chapter 5. 1,

2 and 6 chap., § 8. 6 – 10 to 12 sections and Chapter 11. section 3 of this

Regulation.



Transportation Board may also decide in a particular case

It is governed by the provisions referred to in the second subparagraph,

as in an individual case may decide to derogate from those

provisions.



The Transport Board may, after consulting the relevant authorities

engaged in other aviation for purposes of State announce the

other regulations that are necessary to take account of

flight safety, including flight operating rules.

Transportation the Governing Board may decide, in a particular case in such

questions and in an individual case may decide to derogate from those

regulations.



If the Transport Agency provides for the serving of

an aircraft engaged in air navigation other for government purposes

should have a separate proof of their competence, to what

If such evidence is provided in Chapter 4.

the Civil Aviation Act. Regulation (2013:944).



section 17 of the Transport Board may provide for or in

a case-by-case basis, decide on the foreign aviation that interact

with Swedish air navigation other for political purposes.

Regulation (2013:944).



Common rules for civil aviation



Supervision



section 18 of the Flygsäkerhetsinspektören at the armed forces exercise

enforcement of the provisions of the Civil Aviation Act (2010:500)

and regulations issued by virtue of the law is followed in

the case of military aviation. Regulation (2013:944).



section 19 of the Transport Agency supervises the

the provisions of the Civil Aviation Act (2010:500) and regulations

issued by virtue of the law is followed in the case of other

air transport for government purposes. Regulation (2013:944).



section 20 of the armed forces and Transport Board may announce

regulations on the supervision of the respective Government

area of responsibility. Regulation (2013:944).



Transmission of administrative task



section 21 of the defence forces and Transport Board

submit an administrative task in connection to

regulations referred to in chapter 14. section 10 of the Civil Aviation Act

(2010:500) to someone else. Administrative tasks

submitted may include public powers.

Regulation (2013:944).



Access to the Swedish area



section 22 If a foreign State aircraft have been given permission to

Aviation in Swedish territory, the provisions of this

Regulation, or regulations issued pursuant

Regulation, only if this was decided when the State

was given. Regulation (2013:944).



Other provisions



section 23 of the armed forces and Transport Board, with

support of Chapter 14. paragraph 13 of the Aviation Act (2010:500) Info

regulations or in a particular case, decide that certain

aviation should follow the rules of military aviation, or other

air transport for government purposes. Before taking such a decision shall

authorities shall consult with each other. Where applicable, the

opinion also be obtained from the Swedish defence materiel administration.

Regulation (2013:944).



section 24 of the armed forces and Transport Board, for

military aviation and other aviation for political purposes in

the aspects dealt with in the Civil Aviation Act (2010:500)

notify additional regulations relating to the protection of life,

personal security or health or traffic.

Regulation (2013:944).



Transitional provisions



2010:770



1. this Regulation shall enter into force on september 1, 2010.



2. The regulation repeals Decree (1961:563)

traffic rules for aviation and air transport regulation

(1986:171).



3. Permits and authorisations which have been granted in accordance with the

repealed Regulation and on the basis of the announced

Regulation shall continue in force according to their content.

Questions about the renewal of permits and authorisations shall be

be tested under the new regulation, as well as recalls of

permit or approval or refusal to approve a

State if the event that is the basis for the

the intervention has taken place since the entry into force of the new regulation

in force.