Aviation Law (2010:500)

Original Language Title: Luftfartslag (2010:500)

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Chapter 1. Introductory provisions



The scope of the law



section 1 of the Aviation in the Swedish area may be made only in

compliance with this law, if

subject to the EU regulations.



When the subject of this law this law and

regulations issued by virtue of the Act apply

at the air transport with Swedish aircraft outside Swedish territory,

If it is compatible with the foreign law applicable.



2 § if it complies with the foreign law

applicable, the following provisions shall apply even in aviation

outside Swedish territory with foreign aircraft, where such

used in the context of a Swedish operation condition:



1.3 – Chapter 5.,



2. Chapter 8. 1 and 4 to 6 sections,



3. provisions adopted on the basis of provisions

given in 1 or 2,



4.12. 1 and 3, § § with regard to the supervision of

provisions listed in 1 – 3, and



5. Chapter 13. 1 to 3 of paragraph 4, 6, 8 to 11 and other

paragraph, section 5, section 6, first paragraph 2 and the second paragraph as well as 7,

9 and 13 sections.



section 3 of this Act, the reference is made to the countries of the European

the Union shall, unless otherwise specifically provided, thereby

included also other countries through binding agreements in the

the area is covered by the statutory provisions on

civil aviation adopted within the framework of cooperation within the

The European Union.



4 of the Act (2010:510) air transport provisions

of the judicial nature of the conditions at the various forms of

transport in aviation.



§ 5 For military aviation and other aviation for civil purposes

the law applies only to the extent permitted by chapter 14.



Aviation in the Swedish area



section 6, an aircraft used for aviation in Swedish

area shall be registered in Sweden or in another country

that is a member of the international civil

Aviation Organization (ICAO) or that Sweden met

agreement with the right to air transport in the Swedish area. A

aircraft not used in licensed aviation

and permanently used within Swedish territory shall be

registered in Sweden.



If there are special reasons, the Government or the

authority that the Government provide for

or in a particular case, decide to air transport may take place

even with other aircraft, and the conditions under which this may occur.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide that an aircraft for environmental reasons does not

may be used within Swedish territory.



section 7 of the aircraft must not be operated in the Swedish area with

supersonic.



If there are serious reasons, the Government or the

authority that the Government provide for

or in a particular case, decide on exemptions from the ban. In

connection therewith shall specify the conditions under which aviation,

take place.



Additional requirements for the operation of aircraft in

supersonic may not be supported by the environmental code.



section 8 Government or authority the Government determines

get military reasons provide or in an individual

decide if the restrictions on or prohibition of aviation

in some part of the country (restricted). Such

regulations or decisions may also be communicated if required by

the public order and security, outdoor recreation, nature-

or environmental protection or to avoid interference by public

gathering or public event of major

scope. Regulations which impose ban on aviation, and

not only restrictions, and announced by another

authority than the Government to ban for a maximum of two

weeks.



Under extraordinary conditions, or when it is otherwise

required by the public safety, Government Info

regulations regarding temporary restrictions or prohibitions

against air transport across the country.



Aircraft of particular characteristics



section 9 in the case of aircraft that do not have any driver Board

or not motorised or otherwise is of particular

nature, Government or authority

the Government provide for or in a

case-by-case basis, decide on derogations from the provisions of Chapter 1.

section 6 of the first paragraph, and 2-8 Cape. and otherwise communicate to the

regulations as necessary. Exceptions and rules must not

be designed to violate flight safety or the

public interest. An administrative task that connects to

regulations may, if the Government stipulates that, by

authority is handed over to someone else, even if the task

an administrative authority.



In the case of such objects which are set up for movement in

the air but that is not considered to be aircraft terms

specific provisions.



Aircraft registered in an international organisation



section 10 of the provisions of this Act that apply in respect of

aircraft registered in another country, on the

apply mutatis mutandis in the case of aircraft

registered with an international organization.



Standards



section 11 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide for the equipment used in

or for aviation must comply with certain standards when

the equipment is important for flight safety.



Chapter 2. Registration, nationality and labelling



Registration



1 §/expires U: 2016-04-01/

The Transport Board of the register of aircraft

(aircraft register).



Specific provisions relating to the checking of aircraft

see Act (1955:227) if the registration of the right to

aircraft and on certain international circumstances in the law

(1955:229) in response to Sweden's entry to the 1948

Convention on the international recognition of the right to

aircraft.



1 section/entry into force: 04/01/2016

The Transport Board of the register of aircraft

(aircraft register).



Specific provisions relating to the checking of aircraft

see Act (1955:227) if the registration of the right to

aircraft and on certain international circumstances in the law

(1955:229) in response to Sweden's entry to the 1948

Convention on the international recognition of the right to

aircraft.



Special provisions for the registration of international

security rights and other rights in aircraft and

aircraft engines in an international register Act

(2015:860) on international security rights in movables.

Law (2015:868).



section 2 of the aircraft to be registered in Sweden only if it completely

owned by



1. the Swedish Government,



2. Swedish municipality or Swedish county councils,



3. a national of a country in the European Union (EU countries)

or the estate of that person,



4. company, Association, community or foundation that has

Swedish nationality or having its registered office in an EU Member State, or



5. European economic interest groupings which have their

based in Sweden.



Even if the conditions referred to in the first subparagraph does not exist

getting an aircraft be registered in Sweden, if it is operated by

someone referred to in the first subparagraph and the latter has a

operating permit issued in Sweden.



Transport in a particular case, the Board may decide that a

aircraft registration in Sweden even if conditions

According to the first or second paragraph do not exist. Such a

decision may be taken only if the aircraft usually used with

starting point in Sweden.



section 3 of an aircraft that is registered in another country,

not registered in Sweden, if not deregistered in the

other country.



section 4 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide for that aircraft for environmental reasons does not

may be registered in Sweden.



section 5 of the application for registration of an aircraft shall be made by

the owner. The information and the investigation needed

the registration shall be submitted together with the application to be

be in writing.



6 §/expires U: 2016-04-01/

An aircraft will be deregistered if



1. at the request in writing,



2. the requirements of paragraph 2 are not fulfilled,



3. it has lost or destroyed,



4. after a flight has not been heard of for three months,

or



5. the result of conversion or other such change

ceased to be aircraft or, without change,

no longer be regarded as an aircraft.



The owner is obliged to notify in writing within one month of

something has happened that is referred to in the first subparagraph 2-4 means that a

aircraft to be deregistered.



6 §/entry into force: 04/01/2016

An aircraft will be deregistered if



1. at the request in writing,



2. the requirements of paragraph 2 are not fulfilled,



3. it has lost or destroyed,



4. after a flight has not been heard of for three months,



5. the result of conversion or other such change

ceased to be aircraft or, without change,

no longer be regarded as an aircraft;



6. the power of attorney if the de-registration and export of

accordance with the law (2015:860) om international

security rights in movables at the request in writing and

the power of Attorney is registered with the Swedish Transport Agency.



The owner is obliged to notify in writing within one month of

something has happened that is referred to in the first subparagraph 2-4 means that a

aircraft to be deregistered. Law (2015:868).



section 7 If there is an entry in the aircraft in accordance with the law

(1955:227) if the registration of aircraft, may

the aircraft was deregistered only if it is for the benefit of which the

the registration applies has admitted it. The same applies in the case

If the notes referred to in 2 a of the Act.



section 8 If someone other than the owner is usually a registered


aircraft for an indefinite period or for a fixed period of

at least one month should satisfy itself or the user immediately after

leasing in writing notify that fact to the

Note in the aircraft register, if the right not

entered according to Act (1955:227) If you type the correct

to aircraft. If the right has been entered, the

Note made in aircraft register if its or

the user requests it.



If the note referred to in the first subparagraph, shall satisfy itself

or the user notify the aircraft register when a

the provision for an indefinite time expires or a lease for

a fixed term is terminated prematurely.



section 9 of an aircraft that is abroad, after the application of

the who acquired the aircraft for some time be entered in a

appendage of aircraft register, if the conditions in 2

and 3 sections are fulfilled, and the prohibition of registration does not have

provided for under paragraph 4.



The nationality



section 10 of the aircraft listed in the aircraft register is

Swedish nationality.



The Swedish Transport Agency will issue a certificate of registration

(nationality and registration certificate).



section 11 of the aircraft as entered in the addendum to

aircraft register has Swedish nationality as long as

the note is valid and is deemed for the purposes of Chapter 1. 6 §

the first subparagraph shall be registered in Sweden.



The Swedish Transport Agency will issue a certificate of the note in addendum

(interim national and certificate of registration).



section 12 of the aircraft shall have national and

certificate of incorporation when it is used in aviation.



If an aircraft used in accordance with the regulations or decisions

announced pursuant to Chapter 1. section 6, second paragraph, the

conditions announced by the Government or the authority

the Government determines.



Marking



section 13, an aircraft which is entered in the aircraft register

or recorded in the addendum to the registry must be marked with the

their nationality and registration numbers.



A foreign aircraft, for air transport in the Swedish area

be marked in accordance with the provisions of

the State of registry.



If an aircraft used in accordance with the regulations or decisions

announced pursuant to Chapter 1. section 6, second paragraph, the

conditions announced by the Government or authority

the Government determines.



Chapter 3. Airworthiness and environmental rating



Aircraft airworthiness and environmental rating



(1) an aircraft must be airworthy and dignified environment when

It is used in aviation. Aircraft owners or, if

the aircraft is not used by the owner, which is usually in

owner's place is responsible for this. The owner or operator shall

to the authority referred to in section 8, notify such

matters appropriate for airworthiness or

environmental dignity.



An aircraft is considered to be air worthy if it is constructed,

manufactured, tested, fitted and maintained in such a

way and has such flight characteristics that aviation security requirements

are met.



An aircraft is considered environmentally worthy if it is constructed,

manufactured, tested, fitted and maintained in such a

way that it does not cause damage by noise or

air pollution, or by other similar disorders.

Additional requirements for aircraft environmental dignity may

not to be held with the support of the environmental code.



section 2 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may announce further provisions concerning the conditions for

that an aircraft is deemed to be airworthy and

Eco-worthy.



Certificate of airworthiness and a noise certificate



§ 3 When an aircraft has proven to be airworthy, issued

certificate of airworthiness. When an aircraft has been shown to be

environmental dignified, issued noise certificate. The evidence may

be limited to a certain time, a certain air services or

Aviation within the given area.



Certificates may be renewed, if the aircraft meets the requirements of

airworthiness and environmental rating applies when

renewal shall be made.



section 4 of an aircraft shall have certificates of airworthiness and

noise certificate when it is used in aviation.



A Swedish aircraft to have Swedish airworthiness and

Swedish foreign noise certificate or such evidence as

approved in Sweden.



A foreign aircraft shall have certificates of airworthiness and

noise certificate which has been issued or endorsed in the

aircraft registration State, under a contract with the

the State is to be recognised in Sweden. For a foreign aircraft

accepted Swedish airworthiness and Swedish

noise certificate.



A corresponding certificate that has been issued with the support of the EU

legal provisions shall be equated with a Swedish evidence

under this section.



section 5 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide for or decide in a particular case

that an aircraft that meets the requirements of aviation safety,

used in aviation within Swedish territory even if the requirements of

4 section is not met. Such a decision may be limited.



A decision as referred to in the first subparagraph may be withdrawn if the requirements laid down in

air safety or environmental or noise reasons give cause

to it.



section 6 unless otherwise decided to become a Swedish

certificate of airworthiness and a Swedish

noise certificate invalid if



1. the aircraft is not maintained in the prescribed manner,



2. statutory changes are not carried out,



3. it makes changes in the aircraft or its equipment

likely to have significance for airworthiness or

environmental worthiness,



4. the aircraft do not undergo the prescribed inspection or

control, or



5. aircraft or equipment has been damaged in a way

that obviously has implications for airworthiness or

environmental dignity.



In the event of other circumstances that can be assumed to have

significance to airworthiness or environmental rating, the

decided that the certificate of airworthiness and

noise certificate is invalid.



A certificate of airworthiness or a noise certificate which is

invalid under the first or second subparagraph remains invalid

until the aircraft is declared airworthy respectively

Eco-worthy. When a certificate of airworthiness or a

noise certificate is invalid according to this paragraph shall

the holder of the certificate after due warning, immediately leave this to

the authority examines issues of airworthiness and

noise certificate.



Article 7 the provisions of §§ 3 and 6 apply correspondingly in

ask for approval of foreign certificates of airworthiness and

Foreign noise certificate and on the renewal and

the nullity of such approvals.



section 8 issues of airworthiness and environmental noise

be considered by the authority in the Government. Government

may provide that the authority may submit

to a special expert to issue and renew such

evidence.



Bailiff access to aircraft



§ 9 in connection with determination of issues of airworthiness certificate

and the noise certificate to bailiff provided access

to the aircraft. Aircraft owners or users as well as

its captain and crew will be involved in the

extent necessary. Ordinance shall be carried out so that

the least possible inconvenience arising.



Testing of aircraft flight characteristics



section 10 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide for or decide in a particular case

that an aircraft may be used in aviation, although

the conditions laid down in this chapter are not complied with, if needed

to examine an aircraft flight characteristics or of other

special reasons.



Manufacture and maintenance of aircraft



section 11 to manufacture aircraft and accessories and

spare parts for them and to perform maintenance,

repairs and modifications on the aircraft, accessories and

spare parts, a permit is required by the Government or the authority

as the Government determines.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for or in a particular case, decide on the

exemptions from the permit requirement, if it can be done with respect

to flight safety.



Chapter 4. Flight certificates, etc.



Permission to fly an aircraft and serve on board



section 1 of an aircraft may be brought only by the holder of a

current flight certificate.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for or in a particular case, decide on the

exceptions from the requirement for flight certificate, if there is

specific reasons and it can be done with respect to

flight safety.



section 2 of the airport certificate holder shall keep a aircraft

only the category, class, and type, as well as under conditions

and for the permissions specified in the certificate.



section 3 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide that other members of the

the crew of an aircraft than drivers must have a valid

flight certificate to get carry out certain tasks on board.



Provisions concerning certificates and qualifications of personnel

in ground organization, see Chapter 6.



Education



4 § The undergoing training for flight crew licences may alone

bring an aircraft, under the conditions set out in a

student authorization issued for her or him.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for or permit in an individual case

exemption from the requirement of student authorizations. Such an exception

may be granted only the one which can be considered to comply with the

eligibility requirements set out in paragraph 9.



§ 5 The serving as flight instructors must have a valid

flight certificate for the category, class, and type of aircraft


which the training relates, and such jurisdiction as

prescribed under section 10.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for eligibility requirements for serving

as controller for flight test and as an instructor at the

flight training on the ground.



Authorization documents



6 § A student permit shall be issued in Sweden. Government

or the authority that the Government may announce

that a State should be accepted as

Student licence under this Act even though it is not issued

in Sweden. A learner permit is valid only if the holder

has a valid certificate stating that the prescribed medical requirements are

met (medical certificate).



section 7 A licence should be issued or accepted in

Sweden. A certificate is valid only to the extent

the certificate is linked to the existing permissions and if

the tenant has a valid medical certificate.



Which flights certificates under this Act be accepted even a

certificates that are issued or accepted in another country and

that under an agreement with the country or according to requirements

issued under section 10 shall be recognised in Sweden. For

service on Swedish aircraft in international traffic

However, such a certificate is required as specified in the first subparagraph.



The Government or the authority the Government may

provide for or in a particular case, decide to

a flight certificate, which is issued in another country for a

a Swedish citizen, should not apply for aviation in Swedish

area.



section 8 A medical certificate shall be issued or accepted in

Sweden, or such that, according to regulations

issued under section 10 shall be recognised in Sweden.



The issue of student authorizations, licences and medical

certificate



§ 9 A student permit or licence may be issued

only for those who hold a current medical certificate and

in the light of their personal circumstances may be considered

suitable to hold a student licence or a certificate.

The examination of the personal circumstances shall relate to that

the applicant is reliable in Temperance terms and otherwise,

likely to respect the rules of aviation and view

the respect and the responsibility and judgement required of an

the holder of a learner permit or a certificate.



It is stated in the first paragraph also applies when a

student permit or certificate should be renewed or a

certificates should be expanded, be accepted or acknowledged.



section 10 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide for



1. requirements in terms of age for a student permit shall be

issued,



2. the requirements in respect of age, knowledge, experience and

skill to a licence shall be issued,



3. the conditions under which a certificate should be

be extended, renewed, to be approved or recognised,



4. requirements for special access to a

certificate holders will get fulfill certain tasks for

air transport if required by the interests of air safety, and



5. requirements in terms of health and the physical and psychological

conditions for a medical certificate shall be issued,

be approved or recognised.



section 11 of the applicant for a licence shall be issued,

be extended, renewed or approved, or that the permissions

attached to the certificate renewal is required to

undergo the examinations and test (test certificate)

prescribed under section 10.



The Government may provide for the authority

examines the issues of pilot licences may Commission someone else to

carry out the tests.



12 § A student permit may be issued to or renewed for some time.

It may be restricted to under certain conditions.



section 13, a certificate is issued, be extended, renewed or

accepted for some time. It may be restricted to under

certain conditions.



section 14 Has a hold time determined in accordance with section 22, first paragraph

get a learner permit or licence is not issued

or approved during the lockout.



section 15, A medical certificate is issued or approved for the specific

time.



Revocation and limitation of student authorizations or

flight certificates



16 § A student permit or licence shall

withdrawn



1. where the holder has committed crimes against

Chapter 13. 2 or 3 sections,



2. If the holder for the pursuit of aviation has made

guilty of gross negligence or has shown obvious

indifference to other people's life or property,



3. If the holder by repeatedly violating the

provisions applying to aviation has significantly

demonstrated a lack of willingness or ability to comply with

the provisions,



4. If the holder otherwise in the pursuit of aviation has

violated any provision which is essential for

aviation safety;



5. If the holder due to the unreliability of

Temperance terms or by the use of different substance than alcohol

not suitable to hold a learner permit or

flight certificate,



6. If, on account of other crimes that the holder has

committed to assume that he or she does not

will respect the rules of aviation and view the

respect and responsibility and judgment required of a holder

or if he or she, because of their personal

other circumstances are not suitable to hold a

Student licence or a licence,



7. If the holder's ability to fulfil the

aviation activities as a student authorization or

flight certificate relates is so substantially limited by

illness or injury, or of any other such reason that he

or she of flight safety reasons no longer should hold a

Student licence or a licence,



8. If the holder does not otherwise meet the requirements laid down in

terms of knowledge and skill,



9. If the holder fails to comply with an order to undergo

verification that he or she can perform the service

student authorization or licence relates or a

injunction to submit proof of their physical or

mental fitness as holders of learner permits or

flight certificate,



10. If the holder requests it.



section 17 of the revocation pursuant to section 16 of 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10, when

the case of a licence may be interpreted as a

or more permissions.



In the case referred to in paragraph 16 of the 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9, a

Student licence or a licence instead of

withdrawn be restricted to under certain

prerequisites.



section 18 a revocation on account of a criminal offence,

on the question of breach must be based on a

final judgment, an approved order, a

approved the order summary penal fee or a decision

the failure of prosecution pursuant to Chapter 20. the code of judicial procedure or

motsvarandebestämmelse in another enactment.



With Swedish dom assimilated for the purposes of this Act

criminal conviction or other equivalent determinant that has

issued by a foreign court or any other foreign

authority.



Warning or reminder



§ 19 instead of a learner permit or

flight certificate is revoked, the holder shall be warned of such

cases referred to in paragraph 16 of the 3, 4, 5 or 6, if warning of

specific reasons can be regarded as a sufficient measure.



If there are not sufficient grounds for caution,

holder recalled the requirements that apply for student permit

or certificate (reminder).



The recall until further notice



20 § A student permit or licence shall

be revoked or limited until further notice pending a

final determination of the question, if the probable cause can

It is assumed that the permit or certificate will be

withdrawn definitively or limited.



Disposal of aircraft certification



section 21 of A flight certificate are to be disposed of, if the holder at

the pursuit of aviation has



1. shown clear signs of the influence of alcohol or any

other substance, or



2. is guilty of gross negligence or has shown

blatant disregard for other people's lives or

property.



A certificate may also be disposed of, if the holder of the basic

of illness or injury or any other such reason not

may perform the duties to which the certificate relates in

the safe way.



A certificate does not apply when it is taken care of.



A decision on the disposal of pilot licences may be communicated to

of the police, prosecutors or the Transport Agency.

The issue of disposal shall be accompanied by an application for

revocation or licence must be returned to

be examined promptly.



The Government may announce further provisions concerning

disposal of aircraft certification. Law (2014:745).



The blocking time



section 22 If an application for a student authorization, or a

licences shall be issued or renewed in law

because of the applicant's personal circumstances, should a

the blocking time determined that must elapse before the action gets

is issued. The same applies if a learner permit or

pilot's license is revoked pursuant to section 16 of the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

or 6. The barring period shall be not less than three months and not more than three

year. In case of withdrawal pursuant to paragraph 16 of 1 or 2, the blocking time

determined to not less than one year. In case of withdrawal will count the time

from that privilege was stripped of the holder of the

student permit or licence.



A hold time determined in accordance with the first subparagraph may,

Since the decision on determining the time has

force, be reduced if new circumstances arise or


emerges and there are serious reasons for the loss. The

must not, however, be determined less than provided for in the first

subparagraph, third or fourth sentence.



Failure of certificate intervention, etc.



section 23 If a student permit or licence has been

withdrawn until further notice for at least as long as it would have

determined that the locking time, get it when the issue of withdrawal

proceed to judgment decided that further intervention should not be

take place. The same applies if a licence has been

taken care of.



New certificate after withdrawal



section 24 of the application for the issue of licences for

revocation shall not be examined before the lockout period has expired.



After the withdrawal, a new flight certificate issued

only if the applicant meets the requirements set out in section 9, first subparagraph, and

has passed the certification test laid down pursuant

section 10.



Certificate check



section 25 if it can be assumed that a certificate holder does not

reliable manner to carry out the tasks for which the certificate

concerns, the authority hearing the questions about certificates

order the holder to undergo examinations and tests

required (certificate verification). A certificate holder is

also required to notify the authority of such

circumstances likely to have significance for permission.



The authority referred to in the first subparagraph may also submit to the

the holder of a learner permit or licence

to submit a certificate of their physical and mental fitness

as holders of student permits and licences.



Approval of foreign pilot license



section 26 an approval in Sweden by a foreign

flight crew licences may not be for longer than the period of validity of

certificate.



Withdrawal of a Swedish approval of a foreign

flight certificate shall be made on the grounds specified in paragraphs 16 to 25.



Consideration of the questions of student permits and licences



section 27 of the Transportation Board hearing, with the exceptions set out in

section 28, issues of student authorizations, licences, medical

certificates and approvals of foreign pilot licences.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

order the doctors to issue medical certificates. Government

or the authority that the Government may announce

regulations on the requirements to be met for such a

the appointment.



Have a medical certificate issued or extended by a

Court-appointed doctors, Transport Agency within a period of sixty

days of issuing reconsider if the individual meets the

prescribed medical requirements of special circumstances

causing it.



section 28 of the General Administrative Court hearing on application issues

If



1. revocation of a student permit, licence and

approval of foreign licences,



2. warning, and



3. reduction of the blocking time as determined by the Court in accordance with the

section 22 of the first paragraph.



Questions about the withdrawal or restriction for the time being of the

student permit or licence be considered by court, however,

only if the document was seized under section 21 of the first

the paragraph or otherwise, regarding the revocation or

limitation is pending before the Court.



29 § in the case of student permits, licences and approvals

of foreign flight crew licence, the right to the individual

party to leave



1. medical certificate or other certificate if their physical and

mental fitness,



2. proof that he or she has passed the certification test,



3. proof that he or she has completed

certificate check.



Such an order may be appealed only in connection with

an appeal against the decision by which the case is decided.



section 30 of the right in a case of withdrawal of a

student permit, a licence or an authorisation of

a foreign flight crew licence decides to recall not

should occur, may make special conditions for

student permit, certificate or authorisation.



section 31 of the goals which are, by virtue of section 28 of the public

the action of the Transport Agency.



Flight diary



32 § Government or authority the Government determines

may provide that a driver of an aircraft

and another shall maintain flight diary and about how this will be done.



Chapter 5. Aircraft captain and crew as well as

service on board



Aircraft commander



(1) an aircraft shall have a master when it is used in the

Aviation.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

notify additional regulations on the Commander.



Aircraft crew



section 2 of An aircraft owner or, if the aircraft is not used

of the owner, which is usually in place of the owner shall ensure

that the aircraft is manned in the prescribed manner.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

notify additional regulations on an aircraft

crew.



The Commander's authority



section 3 of the master has the Supreme authority on board. If the

needed, he may decide that the members of the

the crew temporarily to work on other things than that which

their employment concerns. Passengers should comply with what

the Commander will decide if the order onboard.



The pilot-in-command shall bring into the country or refusing to take on board

crew members, passengers and cargo, when

circumstances so require.



Preparatory and implementation of flight



4 § the master shall ensure that the aircraft is

airworthy. He or she shall ensure that it is equipped,

manned and loaded in the prescribed manner. In addition, the

pilot-in-command ensure that the flight is prepared and implemented in

accordance with the regulations.



The master has the same regarding the airworthiness

obligation to make notification that the owner has under Chapter 3. 1 §

the first paragraph.



Maintenance of order



§ 5 If anyone by his behaviour on board pose an immediate

danger to air safety or security,

the master shall take the action against him that needed to

ward off the danger.



To implement these measures a Commander shall not

use more stringent than conditions so require.



The master should primarily try to talk the creator

the danger to correct through information and calls to action. Violence may

resorted to only when other means don't help. On violence

recourse to the least severe form used to be expected

lead to the intended result. Violence must not be used anymore

than is absolutely necessary.



Members of the crew shall leave the master help

He or she needs. Passengers, after the urging of

the master leave such assistance. If an action with respect to

the danger must be taken immediately, the crew members and

passengers themselves implement it without the urging of

the master.



Crew members and passengers who provide assistance or

otherwise, take action under the fourth paragraph has the same right as

the master to use violence.



section 6, If something more severe crimes are committed on board, the master of

take the necessary measures for the investigation and that

cannot be delayed.



The master shall, if possible, ensure that the offender has not

differ and may detain him or her in order to prevent

it. In such a case, the provisions of § 5.

The offender must not be cared for longer than

then he or she can be handed over to a competent Swedish

or foreign authority.



The master shall take into custody such items that may have

significance to the investigation. He or she will be to the

authority referred to in the second paragraph, provide the information and

the objects that may be relevant to the investigation.



Provision for passengers, aircraft and freight



section 7 If the aircraft gets into trouble, the pilot do everything

what he or she can to rescue the occupants, the aircraft

and freight. The aircraft must be abandoned if he or she

possible to ensure that the aircraft documents be taken care of.



Reporting obligations



§ 8 in the event of an accident in the use of

an aircraft in which someone dies, someone being

severely damaged, the aircraft receives substantial damage or

that the property not be transported by aircraft,

significant damage to the master report it occurred.

He or she shall also report, when there have been any

serious danger to such an accident or

When something has happened that indicates a significant malfunction in

aircraft or ground organization.



The aircraft owner or, if the aircraft is not used by

the owner, as it tends to be



1. the obligations referred to in the first subparagraph, if the

the master is unable to fulfil his obligation, and



2. report on an aircraft has gone missing during flight

and could not be found.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide to the reporting obligation shall

also apply to members of the crew or for others who

work performed in connection with the flight. Government

may provide for the reporting of accidents and

incidents that are of importance for the safety of air navigation should

also reported in cases other than that specified in the first and

other paragraphs.



In Chapter 10. There are provisions on the reporting of events

in civil aviation.



Ban on duty in case of illness, etc.



§ 9 The Board may not serve due to illness,

fatigue, the influence of alcoholic beverages or other

funds or other such reasons cannot meet its

data in a reliable manner.



Chapter 6. Airports and other ground organization




Airports and other take-off and landing sites



1 § With airport referred to in this law, a land-or

waters, who wholly or partly in place so that

aircraft to arrive, step down and move around on the ground

or the water.



section 2 For take-off and landing of aircraft, primarily

an airport be used. Government or authority

the Government may provide for the

airports which may be used for different types of aviation.



For takeoff and landing, temporary or limited

extent of a land or water area can be used as

not specifically established for such a purpose. Would

off or landing pose significant harm or inconvenience

for the site's owner or holder required his consent. In

terms of use for start and landing areas, as

has not been established for such purposes or temporarily

established for such purpose, applies the rules

communicated by the Government or the authority that the Government

determines.



It is stated in the first and second subparagraphs shall not apply

emergency situations or other comparable cases.



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

outdoor recreation, communications, fishing or trade,

may the Government or authority the Government determines

provide for a particular area may not be

be used for landing.



section 4 of the airports to meet flight safety and

Aviation protection requirements.



Permission to establish an airport



paragraph 5 to establish an airport required the permission of the

the Government or the authority, as the Government determines.

The same applies if an airport is rebuilt, unless

the reconstruction is of less importance to the airport

use.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for or in a particular case, decide to

an airport with respect to its art, traffic, call

scale or other special circumstances may be established

without such a condition referred to in the first subparagraph.



section 6, an authorization under paragraph 5 of the may be notified only if

the airport is suitable from the point of view of the public. In the examination

particular account shall be taken of air safety, the relationship to the

other aviation and other modes of transport, the total defense as well as

specific disorders.



Upon the granting of permits, 3 and Chapter 4. and Chapter 5. paragraph 3 of the

the environmental code applicable. A condition that contributes to

an environmental quality standard referred to in Chapter 5. 2 paragraph 1

non-compliance with environmental regulations may be notified only about the State

be reconciled with the requirements needed to comply with the norm or if

There is such a prerequisite for permission as specified in 2

Cape. the third subparagraph of paragraph 7 the environmental code.



A permit may not be granted in contravention of a zoning plan

or area regulations. If the purpose of the plan or

provisions not be countered, are, however, minor deviations

be made. Law (2010:896).



section 7 When an authorization under paragraph 5 will be notified, the State

be subject to conditions. If the authorization granted by the Government,

such conditions may be determined by the authority that the Government

determines.



Operating permits for airports



section 8, An airport must not be put into service until it has been approved

from a safety point of view and issued an AOC

by the authority that the Government determines. The same applies if the

an airport rebuilt, unless the modification is of less

important for the use of the airport. An operating licence shall

is given for some time. The AOC shall be notified to the

operates the airport and shall specify the conditions to be

apply.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for the conditions that must be met

from a safety point of view to an area should be used

as the airport.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for or in a particular case, decide to

an airport with respect to its art, traffic, call

scale or other special event need not

have been granted an operating licence before it is taken into use.



section 9 Of the regulations or the conditions referred to in section 8

overrides significantly, the operating licence revoked

by the authority which issued it. This is also true if

the airport does not otherwise meet the requirements that apply to

airports. If it is sufficient to maintain

flight safety, get an AOC instead of

withdrawn be restricted to specific part of the business

or to apply under certain conditions.



An operating licence shall be revoked until further notice pending

a final decision by the recall question, about it on

probable cause is likely that the AOC will

withdrawn definitively. If it can be assumed that probable cause

the State will be final, it may be limited

until further notice pending a final decision.



10 § the operator of an airport shall notify about any

occurs as a result of the requirements for operating permit not

longer fulfilled. If it is required for flight safety reasons,

the operator of the airport to ensure that the facility does not

used, or that the use be limited.



section 11 If an airport, which does not need an operating licence before

It is taken into use, does not meet safety requirements,

the Government or the authority, as the Government decides on a

case-by-case basis, decide that it shall not be used or specify

the conditions under which it may be used.



Other permits



section 12 of the Government may provide for the need

permit to establish and operate other facilities

for aviation security than airports. Questions about permits and if

the terms for these are tested by the Government or the authority

as the Government determines.



Air navigation service



13 § there should be air navigation service for safe and

facilitate aviation. The activities of air navigation service

be approved from the security point of view, by the Government or

the Government authority determines. An authorisation may

be withdrawn by the authority which issued it, if

regulatory requirements are not met.



Air traffic control service will be provided by the authority

as the Government determines.



Air traffic services for airspace in connection to

other than those owned or operated by the State

or by a legal entity in which the State has a controlling

influence may, however, be made by the operator of the airport

or the assignment of the operator

the airport. Anyone who performs such air traffic services,

leave the State in the form of clearance and instructions

itinerary for aircraft.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for air navigation service. Law (2014:1034).



Professional secrecy



section 14 of The who have completed data within the air navigation service

must not improperly disclose or make use of what he or she

during the mission, or in their service told about individuals '

financial or personal relationships.



In the public activities should apply the provisions of

public access to information and secrecy (2009:400) instead of

It is stated in the first paragraph.



Aviation security at airports, etc.



section 15 of the Act (2004:1100) on aviation security, and in the EU-

acts referred to in the Act is closer to

rules on aviation security at airports, etc.



The Government or the authority, as the Government determines, in

a case by case basis, decide that a facility or a

activities at a facility that is used for aviation no

may be used or that the activities must not be operated unless the

Aviation protection requirements are met, or specify the

conditions the plant may be used or the operation

conducted.



Order and security etc.



section 16 without the permission of the operator of an airport shall not

any tread such part of any airport area

by fences or signs or in any other similar way

clearly shows that the public does not have access. The corresponding

for other installations for aviation.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

notify additional regulations on access to the

airports and other aviation facilities, and if

the order there.



A senior management that fulfills the rules of safety and conduct

the security service at an airport or another plant

for aviation, from the airport area or facility

reject or evict the unauthorised reside where

or that disturbs the order or endanger the safety of aircraft or

aviation security.



Foreign aircraft access to airports



section 17 of An airport which is open for public use shall at the same

conditions for Swedish aircraft in international traffic

be open to foreign aircraft in such traffic, if these

is registered in a State which has signed agreement with

Sweden on this benefit.



Fees



section 18/expires U:den day Government/

The operator of an airport, and the provider of the

services for Aviation may levy charges for the use

by the airport, other public facilities and services.



To the extent permitted by the 1981 multilateral

agreement on route charges to the European

Organisation for the safety of air navigation (Eurocontrol)

provide for, levy and collect

route charges.



section 18 entry into force date/I:den Government/

The operator of an airport, and the provider of the


services for Aviation may levy charges for the use

by the airport, other public facilities and services.



To the extent permitted by Annex IV to the revised

International Convention to the European

Organisation for the safety of air navigation (Eurocontrol)

provide for, levy and collect

route charges. Law (2010:501).



18 (a) of the Act (2011:866) on airport charges are

additional provisions on fees. Law (2011:868).



Air traffic controllers, etc.



19 § only get work as a flight leader in

air traffic control service or air traffic technicians who have a

the current certificate for the work. The Government or the

authority that the Government may provide

If in a particular case, or may decide to derogate from the requirement

on the certificates in the case of work carried out within the

organizations that meet air safety requirements with regard

to the scope of work.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for



1. to other staff with tasks within land organisation

or with other information relevant to the flight safety than

referred to in Chapter 4. to have formal qualifications,



2. the need for student licence and medical certificate to

undergo training for certification and to receive certificate

and evidence, and



3. acceptance in Sweden of foreign student authorization,

certificates and diplomas.



In the case of student permits, certificates, diplomas and

medical certificate, the provisions of Chapter 4. 6 and 8 – 31

§§.



section 20 of the provision in Chapter 5. section 9 also applies to air traffic controllers in

air traffic services and flight techniques. The Government may

provide that the provision in Chapter 5. section 9 shall

apply also to other personnel within the land organization with

any service which is of importance to flight safety.



Air barriers



section 21 in order to prevent danger to air safety, the Government

or the authority that the Government notify

regulations on



1. the prohibition or other restriction on the set of

marks, lights or other equipment which may constitute a

such danger, and



2. selection of buildings, other structures and objects

can represent such a danger (air barrier).



Regulations issued by virtue of the first subparagraph shall not

lead to something significant but for those who own or have

particular the right to the land.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for measures that may be taken when

regulations referred to in the first subparagraph are not complied with.



section 22 in particular, costs related to the selection of air barriers according to

21 paragraph 2 applies to the following, unless otherwise

agreed.



At the establishment or modification of an airport or

accompanying approach or utflygningsprocedurer,

costs are paid by the setting up an airport or

seeking to change the procedures.



The construction of a building or other facility at a

existing airport and associated approach or

utflygningsprocedurer, the costs are paid by the

constructing the building or facility.



section 23 of The who on their own behalf or let carry out

works relating to the construction or expansion of a building

or other facility that may pose danger to air safety

is required to make a complaint about the works before these

begins (air barriers notification).



The Government may announce further provisions concerning

the obligation to make notification of flight obstacles.



Ground handling services



section 24 of the Act (2000:150) on groundhandling services at airports found

provisions on access to the groundhandling market at

airports which are open to commercial air traffic.



Chapter 7. Permission to operate



Flight safety permits



AOC



§ 1 the person to perform the carriage for reward for

the public must have an operating licence.



An operating permit shall be issued in Sweden. As

operating permits under this chapter shall, in the case of a

foreign aviation company that is resident in another country

that is a member of the international civil

Aviation Organization (ICAO) or in a country like Sweden

entered into an agreement with the right to air transport within Swedish territory,

accepted an AOC or an equivalent document

issued by that country in accordance with ICAO standards.

If there are special reasons, the Government or the

the Government authority determines in a particular case, decide

If exceptions to the first and second subparagraphs. Such a decision

May concern only a few flights when the operating licence or

an equivalent document is missing.



section 2 of an AOC may be granted only if it is shown that

the activities may be conducted at a flight safety perspective

satisfactory manner with regard to the applicant's skills and

organisation and conditions in General.



section 3 of an AOC may be granted only to



1. the Swedish Government,



2. Swedish municipalities and county councils,



3. a national of a country in the European Union (EU countries)

who is resident in Sweden or to the estate after a

such a person,



4. Swedish trading companies that only have members that are

citizens of an EU country,



5. Swedish unions, corporations or foundations, which in

the Board only has members who are nationals of an EU Member

country,



6. Swedish limited liability company, if the majority of the capital value and

voting powers is owned by a citizen of an EU country or of someone who

could be permitted under this section,



7. European economic interest groupings which have their

based in Sweden.



If the owner of a corporation that applies for a permit pursuant to

This section is a limited company, it is said in

first paragraph 6 also apply to the company.



A permit expires, if the requirements of the first and second

the paragraphs are no longer met and the correction is not made within

the time is determined by the authority which has notified the

the authorization.



The Government or the authority that the Government may,

If there are special reasons, in a particular case, decide on the

exemption from this clause.



section 4 of An operating licence shall be valid for certain type of aviation and

for some aircraft. Authorisation shall be granted for a fixed period and

contain the conditions that will apply.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

notify additional regulations on operation condition.



paragraph 5 of the questions on the AOC are being assessed by the authority that

the Government determines.



section 6, If a licensee materially overrides

regulations or the conditions for its activity,

the AOC revoked. The State shall also

be revoked, if it must be assumed that the holder cannot

maintain the business. If there is enough to

maintain flight safety, get an AOC instead

limited to specific activities or to

apply under certain conditions.



An operating licence shall be revoked until further notice pending

a final decision by the recall question, about it on

probable cause is likely that the AOC will

withdrawn definitively. If it can be assumed that probable cause

the State will be final, it may be limited

until further notice pending a final decision.



section 7 of The program have an AOC shall notify about any

occurs as a result of the requirements for operating permit not

longer fulfilled.



Aerial work permit



section 8 for carrying out works using aircraft, such as the

lifting, towing, inspection and monitoring, required a

aerial work permits.



The provisions of paragraph 1 of the operating licence, the second and third

paragraphs and paragraphs 2 to 7 shall also apply to aerial work permits. If

the Government determines it, the authority hearing the questions

If the aerial State instruct anyone else to do

trial.



The Government or the authority, as the Government determines, in

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

aerial work permits if the activities are not of major

extent or if there are special reasons.



Permit to conduct training



section 9 to pursue flight training in Sweden requires a

training permits which are issued in Sweden.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for or in a particular case, decide on the

exemption from licensing pursuant to the first subparagraph when

It is a question of education for private flying. If a

flight training which has been exempted from the authorisation requirement

comply with the prescribed safety requirements, Government or

the Government authority determines in an individual case

decide that the education must not be carried out.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide that the authorisation to

conduct training of air traffic controllers and other personnel within the

air traffic control authorities in Sweden.



It provided for if the AOC in 2 and 4-7 sections should also

apply to the authorization provided for in this clause.



Traffic condition



Requirements for a permit



section 10 to perform air transport against payment to the

public or to perform work against payment with

using the aircraft required a permit.



The one with an AOC issued in Sweden

need not, however, any operating licences for carrying out

domestic air transportation and who have a

aerial work permits issued in Sweden do not need

any operating licences for carrying out works using

aircraft. The Government or the authority that the Government

determines may, however, provide for a


traffic condition in these cases.



If the Government through an agreement with another country or a

international organization accepts traffic rights for

Aviation in Swedish territory, the Government may decide on

exemption from the requirement of a permit pursuant to the first

paragraph.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

notify the permit and if

the exercise of traffic rights without permit required

According to the third paragraph.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for or in a particular case, decide on the

the purpose of air navigation other than in scheduled traffic,

exercised without a permit, if it is appropriate

to the nature or extent of aviation.



Notice and revocation of operating licences



section 11 permits issued by the Government or the

the Government authority determines.



When a permit is announced, the State combines with

terms and conditions. If the authorization granted by the Government, such

conditions decided by the authority that the Government determines.



A permit or traffic rights pursuant to section 10

third subparagraph may be withdrawn completely or for certain period of time or

be limited, if the licensee or operator of

traffic rights do not comply with the rules or conditions

that applies to the business, or there is

special reasons.



Other permits



Permission for leasing or rental services of aircraft



section 12 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may, if necessary for the sake of flight safety, or otherwise

to aviation in Swedish territory, provide for

that authorisation to rent or lease a

aircraft.



It provided for if the AOC in 2 and 4-7 sections should also

apply to the authorization provided for in this clause.



Chapter 8. Certain provisions of the air traffic



Traffic rules



section 1 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide for



1. traffic on air transport,



2. what otherwise should be observed when aviation to accidents

and inconvenience should be avoided,



3. flight paths that aircraft shall follow within Swedish territory,



4. restrictions on use of the airspace in connection to

such routes, and



5. flights over the country's borders.



Obligation to land



2 § when required in the interests of public order and security,

getting an aircraft are advised to land. The call should be directed

to the master of the vessel. The aircraft must land at the

place as directed. If no instruction is given, to the landing

be done at the nearest suitable airport within the country.



The aircraft, without prior written permission from entering the

an area referred to in Chapter 1. section 8, shall immediately

leave the area. It occurred shall, as soon as possible be notified to a

air traffic services unit. If no instruction is given, shall

aircraft land as soon as possible in accordance with the provisions of

the first paragraph.



If the first or second subparagraph are not complied with,

get the aircraft continued the process is hindered.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

notify additional provisions on the obligation to land.

Decisions on matters referred to in this clause will be notified of the

the Government authority determines.



Transport of certain goods



section 3 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

, for the sake of flight safety, aviation security, or if

It follows from an international agreement, Sweden

is a party provide for or in an individual

decide on a ban on the carriage by aircraft of specific

goods or if the conditions for such transport.



Provisions relating to the export of war materials Act

(1992:1300) of munitions.



Regulations on the transport of dangerous goods by air

see the Act (2006:263) on the transport of dangerous goods.



Aircraft documents



section 4 unless otherwise specifically provided for in this law, the

the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

provide for documents to be carried by

Aviation (aircraft papers).



§ 5 If any to be able to take advantage of their rights need to take

part of the contents of the aircraft Act, he or she

get it.



In the public activities apply instead the provisions of

press freedom and public access to information and

secrecy (2009:400).



section 6 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide for an obligation for those who serve

on board the aircraft to carry licences and other

documents.



Chapter 9. Liability for damage by aviation



paragraph 1 of the rules concerning responsibility for damage by aviation

done to people or property not carried by

the aircraft is in the law (1922:382) on accountability

for loss or damage in consequence of aviation.



section 2 Provisions on the obligation of carriers and

aircraft operators to have insurance for such liability as

referred to in paragraph 1 are in Europe-



Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 785/2004 of 21

April 2004 on insurance requirements for air carriers and

aircraft operators.



section 3 of the Government may provide for the

other than as permitted by section 2 to be insurance for

liability under section 1. Insurance may be replaced by any

corresponding amount of security to the Government.



section 4 of the Swedish Transport Agency shall supervise the

air carriers and aircraft operators comply with the

obligations arising out of Regulation (EC) no 785/2004 of the

regarding insurance for such liability referred to in paragraph 1.



Such evidence as referred to in article 5(1) of the regulation,

be submitted to the Swedish Transport Agency.



paragraph 5 of the Transport Board may, in the case of such flights over

Swedish territory and such stopovers referred to in

Article 8(2) of Regulation (EC) no 785/2004 require proof of

valid insurance.



section 6 If someone serving on aircraft is

liability for damage caused by aviation

by his or her fault or negligence in the service,

right adjust the compensation with regard to error or

nature of abandonment, the nature of the size or

the facts are otherwise. The same applies in the case of other

with service that have a bearing on road safety.



In the case of liability of workers applies to Chapter 4.

section 1 of the tort liability Act (1972:207).



10 Cape. Search and rescue, salvage, survey of

aviation accidents and occurrence reporting



Search and rescue



§ 1 provisions on search and rescue, see the law

(2003:778) on protection against accidents.



An aircraft owners or users and those serving on

aircraft or in airports or other facilities for

Aviation is required to participate in the search and rescue service.

Government Announces rules on compensation of public

the means of participation. In the case of compensation for personal injuries

the provisions on State personal injury protection in 43, 87 and

88. the social security code and the Act (1977:266) about

State compensation for non-pecuniary damage etc Law (2010:1310).



Salvage



section 2 of the excavating an aircraft that have lost or

find themselves in distress and all involved in the salvage operation has

the right to remuneration claimed. The same applies to the salvage of cargo

on board such aircraft or of something that belongs to

aircraft or cargo. In the case of bärgarlönen applied



the provisions of Chapter 16 of the. the third and fourth subparagraphs of paragraph 3, paragraph 5 of the

second and third sentences of the first subparagraph, paragraph 6 and paragraph 10 of

third paragraph maritime Act (1994:1009). The who in such a

emergency rescuing people from the aircraft or

involved in their rescue are also entitled to a portion of

bärgarlönen. The specific costs incurred by someone other

had for the preservation of an aircraft or of goods shall also be

replaced, if the costs were necessary.



The participating in a salvage despite an explicit and

justified the ban by the aircraft commander, the owner or, if

the aircraft is not used by the owner, which is usually in

owner's place is not entitled to remuneration claimed. The same applies to

in the case of compensation for the costs of conservation of

aircraft and cargo.



The provisions concerning salvage of this clause does not apply to

such salvage referred to in Chapter 16. 1 § 1 the maritime law.



section 3 of The who have a claim on remuneration claimed or compensation for

costs under section 2 of the air have mortgages on aircraft or

goods with preferential rights pursuant to section 4(1) of the Act förmånsrätts

(1970:979), about bärgarlönen or compensation measures

that has been completed in Sweden.



A younger claim takes precedence over an earlier. Receivables

incurred as a result of the same event have equal rights

for payment.



In order for an aircraft to leave the place where the actions

for the recovery or preservation was completed, or to

the owner should take the goods into possession, creditors are required to

permits. This does not apply, if the creditors has a

paid for their claims or security has been lodged.



4 section Air pledge does not cover compensation due to

insurance or for any other reason be paid for damage

aircraft or cargo.



paragraph 5 of the Goods Sold by way of execution or of the aircraft,

then air sales pledge has become final and

purchase price paid. Creditors are entitled to payment from the

the purchase price in accordance with the provisions of the enforcement code.



Air the pledge of goods expires, if it by unloading pits

to the sender or the recipient. If the goods


disclosed without the creditor's consent, that receives

the estate of the claim, if he or she was aware of this. He

or she responds, however, not for more than the value of the goods

at the time of unloading.



6 § Air pledge in an aircraft that is registered in the

Sweden ends after three months from the day the measures for

the recovery or preservation of the aircraft was completed. This

does not apply, if the creditor's claim for a lien within

same time have notified to the land registry Department of

Note in the enrolment register of aircraft and

In addition, agreement has been reached on the amount of the deposit

or proceedings concerning the pledge has been duly.



The provisions of the first subparagraph shall also apply if the aircraft

is registered in another country that has assisted the

Convention on the international recognition of the right to

aircraft which ended in Geneva on 19 June 1948

(Geneva Convention). Creditor's claim of lien shall, in

such cases shall be notified of the authority for

the enrolment register of aircraft.



If the aircraft is not registered or if it is

registered in a country other than that specified in the second subparagraph,

cease air pledge after one year from the date of the actions

for the recovery or preservation of the aircraft was completed.

However, this does not apply, if within the same time agreement has

reached on a pledge amount or of the application for the mortgage has

brought in legally constituted.



Investigation of civil aviation accidents and incidents



section 7 of the Regulations concerning the examination from the point of view of safety of

aviation accidents and incidents to such accidents, see

the law (1990:712) accident investigation.



Reporting of events, etc.



section 8 in order to improve aviation safety, events in

Aviation, reported to the competent authority.



With the event in the aviation referred to in this law, downtime,

defect, fault or other abnormal circumstance that has impacted

or can affect flight safety, but that has not led to

such aviation accidents or incidents referred to in the law

(1990:712) accident investigation.



§ 9 the Government may provide for the people

in aviation that will be required to report events

According to section 8.



The Government or the authority, as the Government determines

Announces detailed rules on the reporting of events.



section 10 an employer may not expose a worker to

reprisals on the ground that the employee has reported a

event under this Act.



If a worker is exposed to reprisals, the

the employer pay compensation to the employee for the

loss arising and for the tort that

retaliation means.



11 kap. Specific provisions



Departure prohibition



section 1 the Transportation Board or the Board may

prohibit a flight and prevent an aircraft from resigning

If, when the flight should be started, can be assumed to

the aircraft does not meet the conditions specified in this law

or that have been established with the support of the law. The same applies to

When the other conditions laid down for the flight is not

met. If someone other than the Transport Agency has announced

the decision, the decision immediately notified to the Swedish Transport Agency

and tested by this.



2 § the operator of an airport shall prevent an aircraft

resignation on charges for the use of the airport and

services for aviation, which refers to the aircraft last

arrival, departure, residence and have not been paid and the security

is not set.



Enforcement of ban



2 a of the Transport Board may, in the case of an air carrier

with Swedish AOC, decide on the limits of the

the company's activities that are needed to execute a

operating ban which the European Commission has decided

According to article 16.10 in Euro Parliament and Council directive

2003/87/EC of 13 October 2003 establishing a scheme for trading

greenhouse gas emission allowance trading within the community and

amending Council Directive 96/61/EC, in wording as

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) no 421/2014.



The Swedish Transport Agency shall inform the Commission of measures taken

enforcement measures. Law (2015:368).



Attachment



section 3 of the Act (1939:6) if freedom from attachment to certain

aircraft provides for garnishment must not be

on some aircraft.



Fees and allowances for Ordinances



section 4 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide for fees and allowances

for Ordinances and permits under this Act, and

regulations issued under the law and according to EU

regulations on the civil air transport. Decision on

fees and other payments that are due to

payments may be enforced under the Enforcement Act.



Radio equipment



section 5 of the Act (2003:389) on electronic communications is available

specific provisions on the use of radio equipment

on board the aircraft and in ground organization.



12 Cape. Oversight, appeal, etc.



Supervision



§ 1 the authority the Government supervises

to the provisions of 1 to 8, 10 and 11. and the regulations

issued pursuant to these regulations.

Supervisory actions may also be taken at random.



The Government may provide for the authority

referred to in the first subparagraph may hire someone else in monitoring.



To the extent necessary for the supervision referred to in the first

paragraph, where the intended authority and other authority

hiring for supervision will be given immediate access to the

aircraft, airports, facilities, premises and other

objects. This right does not include housing.



The Government or, by authority of the Government,

Transportation Board may enter into agreements with other countries that

the supervision of the Swedish aircraft and supervision for the rest of

airworthiness and aircraft maintenance shall be exercised by the

other country. Law (2011:868).



2 § the authority the Government supervising

of the obligations under articles 5 to 11 in

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1107/2006 concerning the

the rights of persons with

disabled persons and persons with reduced mobility, follow the

These provisions.



The supervisory authority referred to in the first subparagraph shall communicate to the

injunctions needed to the rules to be followed.



section 3 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide for the supervised entities

According to this law



provide the information which the supervisory authority will need to

able to exercise supervision.



Appeal



section 4 of the administrative decisions made under this Act, or

According to regulations issued under the law,

be appealed to the Administrative Court, unless otherwise

follows from § 5.



Leave to appeal is required for an appeal to the Administrative Court of appeal in

objectives referred to in the first subparagraph and in the case referred to in Chapter 4.

section 28.



paragraph 5 of the decision of an administrative authority in matters relating to

a permit may be appealed to the Government.



A decision pursuant to Chapter 4. the second paragraph of section 19 of the reminder,

According to Chapter 4. section 21 on the disposal of pilot's license or

an injunction pursuant to Chapter 4. section 25 of the first subparagraph shall not

subject to appeal. The same applies to decisions on matters referred to in section 20 of the

5 the first paragraph of the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223).



An injunction pursuant to Chapter 4. section 25 shall be considered by the General

Administrative Court solely in connection with the examination of the question

If the recall due to the injunction has not been

been followed. An injunction pursuant to Chapter 4. section 29 may be appealed

only in conjunction with an appeal against the decision by

which the target is determined.



paragraph 6 of decision under this Act or under the regulations

has been granted on the basis of the law applicable immediately, if not

otherwise specified in the decision.



section 7 of the administrative decision by the authorities for permission to set up

and operate airports may be appealed by such non-profit

Association or other legal entity referred to in Chapter 16. section 13

the environmental code. Law (2010:896).



General authorization



section 8 Government or authority the Government determines

may provide the additional regulations in the

addressed in the Act and relating to the protection of life, personal

safety or health or traffic.



The Government may provide for the authority

referred to in the first subparagraph may submit administrative task that

connect to the requirements to someone else, even if

the task involves the exercise of public authority.



War or war danger



section 9 Is Sweden in war or war danger, the Government, in the

extent to which the circumstances require it, notify

regulations or in a particular case, decide on the exemption

from the provisions of this law and other regulations

relating to air transport. The Government will then notify the

regulations as necessary.



The same applies, if there is such extraordinary

conditions that are caused by war or danger of war

Sweden has been in.



If the Government in cases other than when Sweden are at war have

announced rules under this section, shall

the regulations should be subject to parliamentary review within a month

after they have been decided. If any such depth gauges

does not occur, or if regulations are not approved by the Parliament

within two months of the depth gauges, regulations

to apply.



Chapter 13. Liability rules, etc.



Liability provisions



§ 1 The who willfully or recklessly maneuvers

an aircraft in such a way that the lives of others or


property is exposed to danger is sentenced for negligence in air traffic

to a fine or imprisonment not exceeding six months.



Is the crime of felony is sentenced to imprisonment not exceeding two years.



section 2 of The maneuvering an aircraft or otherwise on board

an aircraft carrying out a task of fundamental importance

for flight safety after consuming alcoholic

beverages in quantity that the concentration of alcohol in the

or after the completion of the data is at least 0.2

per mille in the blood or 0.10 milligrams per litre in

exhaled air is sentenced to a fine or to flight drunkenness

imprisonment of up to six months. The same applies to a person who performs

service listed in Chapter 6. section 20.



For flight drunkenness as referred to in the first subparagraph shall be liable also

maneuvering an aircraft or aboard a

aircraft performing a task of fundamental importance for

flight safety or exercising service listed in Chapter 6.

section 20 after having taken the drug referred to in section 8

narkotikastrafflagen (1968:64) in quantity that under

or after the performance of the tasks is something

narcotic substance left in the blood. However, this does not apply if

the drugs taken in accordance with the physician's or other

competent authority's prescription prescription.



For flight drunkenness as referred to in the first subparagraph shall be liable also

maneuvering an aircraft or aboard a

aircraft performing a task of fundamental importance for

flight safety or exercising service listed in Chapter 6.

20 § and then is so under the influence of alcoholic drinks or something

other means that it can be presumed that he or she cannot

carry out its tasks in a satisfactory manner.



section 3 Is an offence referred to in paragraph 2 to be sentenced for aggravated

rough flight drunkenness to imprisonment not exceeding two years. At the discretion of the

whether the offence is aggravated, it should in particular be taken into account if

the offender



1. have had an alcohol concentration that would have amounted to at least

1.0 per mille in the blood or 0.50 milligrams per litre in

the exhaled air,



2. otherwise has been significantly influenced by alcohol or something

other means, or



3. completed their task in a way that led to palpable

hazard to flight safety.



4 section to fine or imprisonment not exceeding six months sentenced the

who, intentionally or negligently:



1. violate the provisions the Government has communicated with

support of Chapter 1. paragraph 6 of the third subparagraph to an aircraft by

environmental reasons must not be used within Swedish territory,



2. violation of Chapter 1. paragraph 7 of the first paragraph by performing

a civil aircraft in supersonic and any exception from

the ban has not been provided in accordance with Chapter 1. the second subparagraph of paragraph 7,



3. violates any prohibition or regulation of

restricted zones that the Government has communicated with the support of 1

Cape. section 8,



4. leave the incorrect information in the application or notification in accordance with

Chapter 2,



5. before an aircraft that is not marked in accordance with Chapter 2.

section 13, or according to rules that the Government has communicated with

support thereof,



6. violation of Chapter 3. Article 1, first paragraph, first sentence,

to use an aircraft is not airworthy or

Eco-worthy,



7. manufacture or performing maintenance, repair or

modifications to aircraft, accessories or spare parts

to aircraft without permission,



8. violate the provisions on authorisation documents in Chapter 4.

1, 2, 3, 4, or section 5, or against regulations that the Government

has announced on the basis thereof,



9. in the case of service on board aircraft does not follow the

the Commander's orders,



10. as a passenger not obeying what the master determines

If the order on board,



11. breach of Chapter 5. section 7, as master of a

aircraft that accidentally in distress does not do what it reasonably can

be required to rescue the occupants, aircraft and cargo,



12. breach of Chapter 6. § 5 by creating or rebuilding a

airport without prior written permission, or section 8 by taking into

use an airport before it is approved and issued

AOC,



13. breach of regulations about permit requirements of other

installations for aviation security than airports that the Government has

announced pursuant to Chapter 6. section 12,



14. violation of Chapter 6. paragraph 19 by working

as a flight leader in the air traffic control service or air technologies

but to have a valid certificate for work when such

certificate is prescribed,



15. exercise of aviation activities without prior written permission

According to Chapter 7. 1 or section 8, first paragraph, section 9 or section 10

the first subparagraph,



16. exercises aviation activities without permission of the Government

has foreseen under Chapter 7. section 10, second paragraph, or

section 12,



17. in the pursuit of aviation overrides the terms

issued under Chapter 7. section 4, first paragraph, section 8, other

subparagraph, fourth paragraph, section 9 or section 11, second subparagraph, or



18. not landing according to what is stated in Chapter 8. 2 §.



Penalty is convicted that negligently commit the Act

referred to in the first subparagraph of paragraph 9.



5 § To fines or imprisonment of up to six months convicted the

who willfully or negligently violates

European Parliament and Council regulation



(EC) no 1008/2008 of 24 september 2008 on common

rules for the operation of air services in the community

by



1. carry out air transport without the necessary operating licence,



2. do not obtain prior approval in accordance with article 13 of

Regulation, or



3. perform air transportation on a route for which the General

service obligation applies and the other given permit

the exclusive right under article 16 of the regulation.



section 6 of the fined person who, intentionally or negligently:



1. provide false statements in a case involving the possession of

certificates or formal qualifications or the issue of another

jurisdiction, or by other oversight over jurisdiction,



2. violation of Chapter 5. section 2 by failing to ensure that a

aircraft is manned in the prescribed manner,



3. violates regulations issued on the basis of 6

Cape. 19 section 1.



To fine convicted also in cases other than those specified in 1 to 4

§§ willfully neglects any duty under 1, 2, 3, 4,

5, 6, or 8.



section 7 Of the Act has been committed by negligence won't call, sentenced

to liability under this Act.



section 8 of the rules relating to liability for the offender

confidentiality in Chapter 6. section 14, first paragraph, see Chapter 20.

section 3 of the Penal Code.



§ 9 liability under this law shall be liable if the Act is not

faced with penalties in the Penal Code, or if the Act is

breach of an order or prohibition as United

with a penalty.



section 10 has anyone in the cases referred to in Chapter 5. 5 § used larger

violence than in each case is permitted, should he or she still does not

be responsible, if the circumstances were such that he

or she hardly could temper themselves. If the Act is considered to

criminal, may be sentenced to a more lenient sentence than otherwise

is prescribed.



Jurisdiction



section 11 of the crimes referred to in §§ 1-3, paragraph 4 of the first

paragraph 6, 8-11, and the second paragraph of section 5, section 6, first paragraph 2

and the second paragraph as well as 7, 9 and 13 of the convicted, if he or she

is this in the Kingdom, at the Swedish court even if it does not

There is jurisdiction under Chapter 2. 2 or 3 of the Penal Code if

the offence was committed



1. in the pursuit of aviation activities with a foreign

aircraft used in the context of a Swedish

the operating licence, or



2. on board such aircraft.



Criminal charges may be brought without appointment pursuant to Chapter 2. paragraph 5 of the second

paragraph Penal Code.



Forfeiture



section 12 if the owner or someone who is in the owner's place

intentionally commits or participates in such acts as

specified in the first subparagraph of paragraph 4 of 1, 2 or 3, the aircraft

be declared forfeited, if necessary to prevent crime

or if there are special reasons. However, this does

No, if the forfeiture is manifestly unfair. If the aircraft

not in the keep, is set to be declared forfeited.



The first subparagraph shall not apply in respect of the who in good faith has

acquired the aircraft or any particular right to it.



VITE



section 13, an injunction or prohibition authority will notify the

under this Act, or pursuant to regulations that have been issued

under this Act, may be subject to a penalty.



Chapter 14. Military aviation and other aviation for civil purposes



Definitions



paragraph 1 of this law means



1. State flights: military aviation and other aviation for

Government purposes;



2. military aviation: all operations within the military

aviation system,



3. military aviation system: an air transport system for

military operations that include air operations,

airports and air bases and air space,



4. other air operations for political purposes: aviation for government purposes

that is not military aviation. Team (2013:818).



Military aviation



2 section For military aviation only applies to provisions of



1. Chapter 5. 1 to 6 and 8 and 9 sections of aircraft commanders and

crew and service on board,



2. Chapter 6. 13, 19 and 20 sections of air navigation services,



3. Chapter 8. section 3 of the transport of specific goods;



4. Chapter 9. section 6, concerning adjustment of compensation,



5.10 Cape. paragraph 2 of the first and third subparagraphs, and article 7 on salvage

and investigation of accidents and incidents,



6.12 Cape. paragraph on the right to inform

regulations and section 9 of war or danger of war and



7. Chapter 13. 2 and 3, § 4 paragraph 9 and 10 and section 10

If some penal provisions.



Government Announces regulations to which authority a

notification under Chapter 5. section 4, second subparagraph, shall be made.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide otherwise, or in an individual case


decide, if military aviation in the substances referred to in this law

and that does not need to be notified of the law. Team (2013:818).



section 3 of the Government announces that a State

authority to engage in military aviation.



To other than State will have to operate within the

military aviation system, a permit is required. Government or

the authority that the Government decides on the licensing

and if the fees for licensing and may provide

regulations in these respects. Team (2013:818).



section 4 If the person has a permit within the military

aviation system materially breach regulations

for operations, the authorisation shall be withdrawn by the authority

who has announced it. A State should also be withdrawn if

It must be assumed that the holder cannot maintain

the business. If it is sufficient to maintain

flight safety, will get a State, instead of

withdrawn, be restricted to some extent by the military

aviation system or to apply in certain

prerequisites.



A permit shall be revoked until further notice pending a

final determination of the recall question, about it on probable

reasons to assume that the permit will be revoked

final.



If probable cause can be assumed that the State will

restricted Terminal, it may be restricted until further notice pending

on a final decision.



Anyone who has a permit shall notify if something occurs that

means that the requirements for the issue of a permit is no longer

met. Team (2013:818).



section 5 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide, or in an individual case may decide,

If foreign military aviation exercises in Sweden.

Team (2013:818).



Other aviation for civil purposes



section 6 of the other for government purposes, the provisions

in this Act, except



1. Chapter 7. for permission to operate,



2. Chapter 9. 2-5 sections on liability for damage by aviation,



3.10. 3-6 sections on air pledge,



4. Chapter 11. 4 section on fees and other payments for

Ordinances,



5.12. 1 and 4 to 7 section on supervision and appeal, as well as



6. Chapter 14. 2-5 paragraphs on military aviation.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide, or in a particular case, decide on the

such air operations referred to in the first subparagraph. Government or

the authority that the Government, even in a single

case may decide to derogate from the provisions of 1 – 6 and 8

Cape.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide, or in a particular case, decide on the

foreign aviation which cooperates with Swedish air navigation other for

Government purposes. Team (2013:818).



Common rules for civil aviation



Supervision



section 7 of the authority or authorities that the Government is exercising

enforcement of the provisions of this law on State Aviation

and regulations issued by virtue of the law is followed.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide otherwise on supervision. Team (2013:818).



section 8 Government or authority the Government determines

may provide for a fee for inspections pursuant to this

law or by regulations issued pursuant

the law. Team (2013:818).



§ 9 a supervisory authority has the right to request the

information necessary for supervision according to this law, or

According to regulations issued under the law, as well as, if

the need for supervision, immediately get access to

aircraft, airports, facilities, premises and other

objects. This right of access does not include housing.

Team (2013:818).



Transmission of administrative task



section 10 of the Government may provide that an authority

referred to in chapter 14. 2, or section 6, may submit a

administrative task resulting from the Government's or

the Agency's regulations and relating to the protection of life,

personal security or health or traffic to someone else

even if the task involves the exercise of public authority.

Team (2013:818).



Access to the Swedish area



section 11 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide for access to the Swedish area for

foreign State flights. Team (2013:818).



Other provisions



section 12 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide, or in an individual case may decide,

If such aviation carried out in Sweden by another State,

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

maintenance, modification, or testing for military

purposes. Team (2013:818).



paragraph 13 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

If there are special reasons shall provide for,

or in a particular case, decide that certain aviation must comply with

policies for military aviation or other for

Government purposes. Team (2013:818).



section 14 of the Government may, if there are special reasons, in a

case-by-case basis, may decide to derogate from the provisions concerning

State flights and then announce the conditions needed.

Team (2013:818).



Appeal



section 15 of The administrative decisions made pursuant to this chapter

or in accordance with regulations issued under this

Chapter and non-military aviation be appealed to

General administrative courts.



Leave to appeal is required for an appeal to

the administrative court.



Decisions under this chapter or under

regulations issued pursuant to this chapter and

as far as military aviation be appealed to the Government.

Team (2013:818).



paragraph 16 of the decision pursuant to this chapter shall be effective immediately unless

otherwise specified in the decision. Team (2013:818).



Transitional provisions



2010:500



1. This law shall enter into force on september 1, 2010. By the law

repeals the Aviation Act (1957:297). Older provisions shall

continue to apply to fees attributable to the period before

the entry into force.



2. the Certificates, permits and authorisations that have been granted

in accordance with luftfartslagen (1957:297) and with the support of the

announced the regulations, shall continue to have effect according to its

content. Questions regarding the renewal of an older certificate,

permit or approval shall, however, be examined in accordance with the new

the law, as well as the revocation of a certificate, permit or

approval or refusal to approve a permit if the

the event underlying the intervention has taken place

Since the Act has entered into force.