Rs 0.632.231.8 Agreement Of 12 April 1979 On Trade In Civil Aircraft (With Annex)

Original Language Title: RS 0.632.231.8 Accord du 12 avril 1979 relatif au commerce des aéronefs civils (avec annexe)

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0.632.231.8 original text agreement on trade in civil aircraft concluded at Geneva on 12 April 1979, approved by the Federal Assembly on 19 March 1980 entered into force provisionally for the Switzerland on January 1, 1980, entered into force definitively for the Switzerland on 1 January 1985 preamble the signatories of the agreement relative to the aircraft trade civil, hereinafter referred to as the 'agreement '. Taking note of that, the 12-14 September 1973, the Ministers agreed that the Tokyo Round multilateral trade negotiations should achieve expansion and a release of more broad global trade, among other things by the progressive removal of barriers to trade, and by improving the international framework governing world trade, eager to ensure that world trade in civil aircraft their parts and related equipment, a maximum of freedom, including the removal of rights and, in as much as possible, the reduction or elimination of the effects of restricting or distorting, eager to encourage the pursuit of technological advances in the aviation industry in the world, eager to ensure that the opportunities for competition fair and equal to their aerospace as well as their producers so that they can participate in the expansion of the global market for civil aircraft, aware of the importance of their overall mutual interests, economic and commercial level, in the area of civil aviation, recognizing that many signatories view the aerospace sector as a particularly important component of the economic and industrial policy, eager to eliminate the resulting adverse effects, to trade in civil aircraft, of the assistance provided by the Government to study the construction and commercialization of civil aircraft, while recognizing that this aid from the Government as long as such would not be deemed constitute a trade-distorting, eager to see their civilian aerospace work based on competition commercial, and recognizing that relations between public authorities and industry vary widely from one signatory to the other Recognizing the obligations and rights that they hold the general agreement on tariffs and trade (hereinafter referred to as "general agreement" or "GATT") and other multilateral agreements negotiated under the auspices of the GATT, recognizing the need to establish international procedures of notification, consultation, surveillance and dispute settlement, to ensure equitable implementation prompt and effective the provisions of this agreement and to maintain the balance of rights and obligations, eager to establish an international framework governing trade in civil aircraft, between them have agreed to the following: art. 1 products 1.1 this agreement applies to the following products: a) all civil aircraft, b) all civil aircraft, their parts and parts engines and their components, c) all other parts and pieces, components and all subsets of civil aircraft, d) all simulators for flight on the ground, their components and parts and components that they be used as original equipment or replacement in construction repair, maintenance, repair, modification or conversion of civil aircraft.
1.2 for the purposes of this agreement, the expression "civil aircraft" means a) all aircraft other than military, and b) all other products listed in art. 1.1 above.

Art. 2 customs duties and other charges 2.1 the signatories are agreed 2. 1.1 to eliminate, for January 1, 1980 or the day of the entry into force of this agreement, all customs duties and other taxes of any kind, levied on importation or on the occasion of the importation of the goods classified under the positions of their respective tariffs which are enumerated in the annex if these products are intended to be used in a civil aircraft and to be incorporated during its construction repair, maintenance, reconstruction, modification or transformation, 2.1.2 to eliminate, to January 1, 1980, or for the day of the entry into force of this agreement, all customs duties and other taxes of any kind levied on repairs on civil aircraft, 2.1.3 include, for January 1, 1980 or the day of the entry into force of this agreement in their lists annexed to the general agreement, admitted duty-free or duty exemption of all the products referred to in art. 2.1.1 above and all repairs referred to in art. 2.1.2.
2.2 each signatory has) will adopt or adapt, for the purposes of customs administration, a system based on the final destination of the product, to give effect to its obligations under art. 2.1 above, b) will ensure that its system based on the final destination has an admission scheme duty-free or duty exemption that is comparable to the plan established by other signatories and which does not constitute a barrier to trade, and c) will inform the other signatories of the administration procedures of its system based on the final destination.

The expression "other charges" will be heard in the same sense as art. II of the general agreement.
The expression "other charges" will be heard in the same sense as art. II of the general agreement.

Art. 3 technical barriers to trade 3.1 signatories note that the provisions of the agreement on technical barriers to trade apply to trade in civil aircraft. In addition, the signatories have agreed that civil aircraft certification requirements, and specifications for the operating procedures and maintenance of these aircraft, will be governed, between the signatories, by the provisions of the agreement on technical barriers to trade.

SR 0.632.231.41 art. 4 contracts on instructions of the Government, contracts required subcontracting and incentives 4.1 purchasers of civil aircraft should be free to choose their suppliers on the basis of commercial and technical considerations.
4.2 signatories are not allowed to submit the airlines, aircraft, or other entities purchasers of civil aircraft manufacturers, bonds or undue pressure in order to purchase civilian aircraft of a particular origin, which would introduce discrimination against suppliers of the jurisdiction of a signatory.
4.3 signatories agreed that the purchase of products covered by this agreement should be governed by considerations of competition on price, quality and delivery times. Regarding the approval or the award of contracts for products covered by this agreement, any signatory may, however, require that its qualified firms be admitted to compete on a competitive basis and on terms no less favourable than those granted to companies classified as other signatories.
4.4 signatories have agreed to avoid some type of incentive for sale or purchase of civil aircraft of a specific origin, which introduce discrimination against suppliers of the jurisdiction of a signatory.

The use of the formula "admitted to compete... on terms no less favourable..." does not mean that the companies described as a signatory entitled to contracts of an amount similar to that of auctions to companies qualified to another signatory.

Art. 5 5.1 trade restrictions the signatories will apply no quantitative stricture (import quotas) or prescription for import licenses that would restrict the import of civilian aircraft in a manner that is inconsistent with the applicable provisions of the general agreement. This provision does not exclude the application to import, systems of monitoring or licenses compatible with the general agreement.
5.2 the signatories will apply no quantitative restriction system of export permits or other similar prescription, that would restrict, for reasons of trade or competition, the export of civil aircraft to destination of other signatories in a manner inconsistent with the applicable provisions of the general agreement.

Art. 6 public aid, export credit and marketing of aircraft


6.1 signatories note that the provisions of the agreement relating to the interpretation and application of art. VI, XVI and XXIII of the general agreement on tariffs and trade (agreement on subsidies and countervailing measures) apply to trade in civil aircraft. They argue that, in their participation or assistance to civil aircraft programs, they strive to avoid adverse effects on trade in civil aircraft, to the senses of the art. 8.3 and 8.4 of the agreement on subsidies and countervailing measures. They will also take into account the special factors that play in the aviation sector, in particular public aid widely practised in this area, their international economic interests, and the desire of producers of all signatories to participate in the expansion of the world civil aircraft market.
6.2 signatories agreed that the determination of the price of civil aircraft should be based on a reasonable prospect to cover all costs, including the costs of non-renewable programs, a proportion of identifiable costs of the work of research and development on aircraft, components and systems, which then find application in the construction of civil aircraft the average costs of production and financial costs.

SR 0.632.231.1 art. 7 regional Governments and local 7.1 in addition to the other obligations resulting for them of this agreement, the signatories agreed not to require or encourage, directly or indirectly, Governments or regional or local authorities or non-governmental organizations or others to take measures inconsistent with the provisions of this agreement.

Art. 8 monitoring, review, consultations and settlement of disputes 8.1 there shall be established a Committee on trade in civil aircraft (hereinafter referred to as 'the Committee'), composed of representatives of all signatories. The Committee shall elect its Chairman. He will meet depending on whether it will be necessary, but at least once a year, to give the signatories the opportunity to consult on any matter concerning the application of this agreement, including the evolution of the aviation industry calendar, to determine if there must be amendments so that trade remains free and free of distortions, to consider any matter on which it has been possible to find a satisfactory solution through bilateral consultations as well as to exercise the powers that may be conferred to him under this agreement or by the signatories.
8.2 the Committee will conduct each year a review of the implementation and enforcement of this agreement, taking into account its objectives. The Committee will inform each year the Contracting Parties to the GATT of developments during the period which is the focus of this review.
8.3 no later than at the expiration of the third year from the entry into force of this agreement, and periodically thereafter, signatories will engage in new negotiations to broaden and improve the agreement on the basis of mutual reciprocity.
8.4 the Committee may establish subsidiary bodies that will be appropriate for regularly monitoring the implementation of this agreement in order to ensure a continuing balance of mutual benefits. In particular, it will establish an appropriate subsidiary body in order to ensure a continuing balance of mutual benefits, reciprocity and equivalence of results in the implementation of the provisions of art. 2 above relating to product coverage, systems based on the final destination, customs duties and other charges.
8.5 each signatory will consider with understanding the representations made by any other signatory and will lend itself promptly to consult on these representations, when they will focus on a question concerning the application of this agreement.
8.6 signatories recognize that it is desirable to carry out consultations with other signatories in the Committee, in order to seek a mutually acceptable solution before the opening of an investigation to determine the existence, degree and effect of any alleged subsidy. In exceptional cases where, before internal commitment of a procedure of this nature, no consultation has taken place, the signatories shall notify immediately to the Committee the commitment of this procedure and will undertake at the same time of consultations to seek a mutually agreed solution which would eliminate the need for compensatory measures.
8.7 any signatory which considers that its commercial interests in construction, repair, maintenance, repair, modification or conversion of civil aircraft have been, or are likely to be, adversely affected by a measure taken by another signatory, may ask the Committee to consider the issue. Upon receipt of such a request, the Committee shall meet within thirty days and will address the issue as quickly as possible with a view to arriving at a solution possible problems promptly and, in particular, before a final solution has been made elsewhere in these problems. In this respect, the Committee may make decisions or make recommendations that will be appropriate. Review préjudiciera not the rights that the signatories are the general agreement or instruments multilaterally negotiated under the auspices of the GATT, insofar as they apply to trade in civil aircraft. To help review the problems that would arise, as part of general agreement and the above instruments, the Committee may provide the appropriate technical assistance.
8.8 signatories agreed that, regarding any dispute over a point of this agreement but no other instruments multilaterally negotiated under the auspices of the GATT, the signatories and the Committee will apply, mutatis mutandis, the provisions of the art. XXII and XXIII of the general agreement and of the Memorandum of understanding concerning notifications, consultations and the settlement of disputes and the surveillancea), in order to seek a resolution of this dispute. These procedures will apply also for the settlement of any dispute on a point relating to this agreement and another instrument multilaterally negotiated under the auspices of the GATT, if the parties to the dispute so agree.

Art. 9 final provisions 9.1 acceptance and accession 9.1.1 this agreement will be open for acceptance, by way of signing or otherwise, to Governments which are contracting parties to the general agreement and the European economic community.
9.1.2 this agreement will be open for acceptance, by way of signature or otherwise, Governments which have acceded provisionally to the general agreement, conditions, related to the effective application of the rights and obligations resulting from this agreement, which will take account of rights and obligations set out in their provisional accession instruments.
9.1.3 this agreement will be open to the accession of any other Government on terms, related to the effective application of rights and obligations resulting from this agreement, to be agreed between that Government and the signatories, by filing with the Director-general to the Contracting Parties to the GATT of an instrument of accession stating the terms so agreed.
9.1.4 in regard to acceptance, the provisions of the by. 5, al. (a) and (b), art. XXVI of the general agreement will apply.
9.2 9.2.1 reservations may not be entered reservations regarding the provisions of this agreement without the consent of the other signatories.
9.3 entry into force 9.3.1 this agreement will take effect on 1 January 1980 for Governments who have accepted it or who have accessed to this date. For any Government, it comes into force the thirtieth day following that of its acceptance or accession.
9.4 national legislation 9.4.1 each Government that will accept this agreement or that access will ensure, at the latest at the date when the agreement comes into force in respect, the conformity of its laws, regulations and administrative procedures with the provisions of the agreement.
9.4.2 each signatory will inform the Committee of any changes in its laws and regulations in connection with the provisions of this agreement, as well as the administration of these laws and regulations.
9.5 amendments 9.5.1 the signatories may modify this agreement having regard, notably, to the experience of its implementation. When an amendment has been approved by the signatories coformement to the procedures established by the Committee, it comes into force in respect of a signatory when it it will be accepted.
9.6 information 9.6.1 any signatory may denounce this agreement. The denunciation shall take effect on the expiry of a period of 12 months from the day the Director-general to the Contracting Parties to the general agreement will be received in notification in writing. Upon receipt of such notification, any signatory may request immediate meeting of the Committee.
9.7 non-application of the agreement between the signatories

9.7.1 this agreement does not apply between two signatories if either of these signatories, at the time of its acceptance or accession, does not consent to this application.
9.8 Appendix 9.8.1 annex to this agreement is part of an integral.
9.9 secretariat 9.9.1 the GATT secretariat shall act as Secretary of the present agreement.
9. 10 deposit 9.10.1 this Agreement shall be deposited with the Director-general to the Contracting Parties to the general agreement, which will deliver promptly to each signatory and each Contracting Party to the GATT a certified copy of this agreement and of any amendments that are brought pursuant to art. 9.5 and a notification of each acceptance or accession in accordance with article 9.1, or each denunciation in accordance with art. 9.6 9.11 recording 9.11.1 this agreement will be registered in accordance with the provisions of art. 102 of the Charter of the United Nations.
Done at Geneva, on 12 April one thousand nine hundred seventy-nine, in a single copy, in French and English, both texts being authentic, unless otherwise indicated on the lists annexed.
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For the purposes of this agreement, the term "Governments" shall include the competent authorities of the European economic community.

Annex product coverage the signatories agreed that products classified under their respective tariff positions listed below will be admitted duty-free or duty exemption if they are intended to be used in a civil aircraft and to be incorporated during its construction, repair, maintenance, reconstruction, modification or transformation.
Will not be included in these products: - products incomplete or unfinished, unless they don't have the essential character of parts parts, components, subassemblies or items of equipment, complete or finished, civil aircraft; - materials in all forms (e.g. sheets, plates, profiles, bands, bars, conduits, pipes, etc.) unless they have been cut to the dimensions or forms required, or shaped , with a view to their incorporation in civil aircraft; - the raw materials and consumer products.

Positions of the Canadian tariff the following list is authentic only in french and English.

44060-1 civil aircraft; aircraft engines for civil aircraft 44061-1 flight simulators; n.d. parts.

44062 1 hinges that can be imported under the tariff 35200-1, 35400-1 and 36215-1;

Furniture that can be imported under the tariff items 35400-1, 44603-1, 61800-1 and 93907-1;

Castings can be imported under the tariff - 35400 and 39000-1;

Forged parts can be imported under the tariff item 39200-1;

Headlights sealed which may be imported under the tariff item 44504-1;

Microphones that can be imported under the tariff item 44536-1;

Magnesium casts that can be imported under the tariff item 71100-1;

Goods, except for the parts that can be imported under tariff 44028-1, 44300-1, 44514-1, 44538-1, 44540-1 and 46200-1;

Goods that may be imported under the tariff 31200-1, 36800-1, 41417-1, 41417-2, 41505-1, 41505-2, 42400-1, 42405-1, 42700-1, 42701-1, 1 43005, 43300-1, 44053-1, 44057-1, 44059--, 44500-1, 44502-1, 44516-1, 44524-1, 44532-1, 44533-1, 47100-1 and numbers 61815-1;

All the foregoing for use in the manufacture, repair, maintenance, construction, modification or conversion of the goods listed in the tariff item 44060-1.

List of products based on the nomenclature of the customs cooperation Council the following list is authentic only in french and English.
Note: For the purpose of this list, 'ex' means that for each CCCN position listed below, the products (or product groups) mentioned will be admitted duty-free or duty exemption, if they are to be used and incorporated into a civil aircraft.

ex 39.07 Tubes and pipes in plastics art, provided with accessories, for the conduct of gas or liquids ex 40.09 Tubes and pipes, rubber Vulcanized hardened, with accessories, for the conduct of gas or liquids ex 40.11 tyres ex 40.16 rubber Tubes and hoses, rubber cast, provided with accessories, for the conduct of gas or liquids ex 62.05 ramps of evacuation for passengers ex 68.13 works in asbestos excluding son and fabrics ex 68.14 friction pads (segments, discs, washers, strips, sheets, plates, rollers, etc.) for brakes, clutches and all organs of friction, asbestos ex 70.08 windshield safety glass, no framed ex 73.25 Cables, ropes, braids, slings and the like, in son of iron or steel, equipped with accessories or shaped into articles ex 73.38 hygiene items iron or steel, to the exclusion of their parties ex 83.02 fittings, fittings and other similar items (including the hinges), metal common ex 83.07 lighting fixtures, lamp and lights, as well as their non-electric parts, items in metals common ex 83.08 hoses, metal, equipped with accessories ex 84.06 explosion or combustion engines internal pistons, and their parts and spare parts ex 84.07 hydraulic motor Machines, excluding their parts and spare parts ex 84.08 engines to explosion or internal combustion, without pistons, and their parts and spare parts; Other engines and motor machinery, to the exclusion of their ties and spare parts ex 84.10 pumps for liquids, with or without device meter, to the exclusion of their parties ex and spare parts ex 84.11 pumps air and empty; compressors of air and other gases; Venti installers and similar; excluding their parts and pieces of stained ex 84.12 groups together in one body, including, air conditioning fan motor and the devices own to change the temperature and humidity; to the exclusion of their parts and spare parts ex 84.15 equipment, machines and devices for the production of cold, to electrical equipment or other. exclusion of their parts and spare parts ex 84.18 centrifugal; devices for filtration or the liquid of the or of gas purification; excluding their parts and spare parts ex heading 84.21 extinguishers, loaded or not. excluding their parts and spare parts ex 84.22 Machines and devices of lifting, loading, unloading and handling ("skips", winches, jacks, hoists, carriers, etc.); excluding their parts and spare parts ex 84.53 machinery of information processing ex 84.59 non electric starters, regulators of non-electric propellers, non-electric Servo-mechanisms, non-electric windshield wipers, hydraulic Servo-Motors, spherical hydropneumatic accumulators, pneumatic for Jet engines starters, special aircraft toilet blocks, mechanical for thrust reversers actuators; excluding their parts and spare parts ex 84.63 inverters speed and gear boxes; excluding their parts and parts spare coupling organs and pulleys and attached joint; their parts and spare parts specially designed for installation in aircraft torque converters; their parts and spare parts specially designed for installation in aircraft sprockets for chains, clutches and attached joint; excluding their parts and spare parts ex 85.01 processors, a power rating of 1 kVA or more, excluding their parts and spare parts electric motors of 1 HP or more but less than 200 HP, excluding their parts and spare engines-generators-generating Machines Rotary or static converters coils of reactance and chokes; excluding their parts and spare parts ex 85.08 and devices electric ignition and Starter for motors in explosion or internal combustion (magneto, dynamosmagnetos, ignition coils, candles of ignition and heating, starters etc.); generators (dynamos and alterna producers) and fuse used with these engines. excluding their parts and spare parts ex 85.12 electric stoves; boilers, heaters and electric furnaces; electrical appliances to heat foods; excluding their parts and spare parts ex 85.14 Microphones and their media, speakers and low-frequency electric amplifiers; excluding their parts and spare parts ex 85.15 receivers for broadcasting, excluding their parts and spare parts devices of transmission and reception for radiotelephony and radiotelegraphy excluding their parts and parts spare traffic information, radar, radiosonde and radio remote control devices; assemblies and sub-assemblies for these devices, consisting of two or more than two parts or parts assembled, specially designed for installation in aircraft civilians ex 85.17


Electrical devices of acoustic signal or Visual, to exclusion. their parts and spare parts ex 85.20 sealed lamps, excluding their parts and spare parts ex 85.22 flight recorders; assemblies and sub-assemblies for these devices; consisting of two or more than two parts or parts assembled, specially designed for installation in the naves aero civilians ex 85.23 (Octopus and harness) electric cable assemblies, designed for installation in aircraft civilians ex 88.01 Aerostats ex 88.02 gliders Aerodynes, including helicopters ex 88.03 parts and spare parts of airships, gliders and aerodynes, including helicopters ex 88.05 aircraft flight training ground; their parts and spare parts ex 90.14 autopilots. their parts and spare parts, Instruments and devices optical navigation, excluding their parts and spare parts for other instruments and navigation devices their parts and spare parts gyros; their parts and spare parts other compass, excluding their parts and spare parts ex 90.18 respirators, including gas masks, excluding their parts and spare parts ex 90.23 thermometers ex 90.24 devices and instruments for measuring, controlling or regulating gaseous or liquid fluid, or to control automatic tick of temperatures ex 90.27 indicators of speed and tachometers ex 90.28 automatic flight control Instruments other instruments and electric or electronic measuring, audit, control, regulation or ex 90.29 analysis devices parts and spare parts of automatic flight control instruments ex 91.03 watches dashboards and similar, to watch movement; or clockwork with a diameter of less than 1.77 inches ex 91.08 watch assembled with or without dial or hands, movements with more than one stone, designed to operate for more than 47 hours without having to be pulled up ex 94.01 seats (with the exception of seats covered with leather), excluding their parties ex 94.03 other furniture, excluding their parts.

Positions of the customs tariff of the United States the list below is no faith in English.

Position of the tariff description of 518.52 Articles n.s.d., asbestos goods, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

544.43 windscreen, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

642.22 cables, ropes and braids, wire, with access accessories, or in the form of articles, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

647.04 hinges, accessories and n.s.d. toppings, not coated or covered green of precious metals, cast iron, iron or steel, or aluminium or zinc, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

647.07 hinges, accessories and n.s.d. toppings, not coated or covered green for precious metals, base metals, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft other than cast iron, iron, steel, aluminium or zinc.

652.11 tubes and metal hoses, with accessories, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

653.41 articles of lighting, as well as their parts, of base metal, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

653.96 hygiene and toilet articles, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

660.58 Motors explosion or internal combustion, reciprocating, other than compression ignition, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

660.61 explosion or internal combustion engines, other than pis tones, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

660.69 parts of piston engines other than ignition compressor Zion, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

660.73 parties other than piston engines or piston compression ignition engines, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

660.87 engines and drive non-electrical machinery, n.s.d., if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

660.99 pumps for liquids, operated by a driving force which conch, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

661.08 fans and blowers, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

661.14 compressor, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

661.17 air pumps and pumps empty, if it is certified which are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

661.22 groups for conditioning air, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

661.37 equipment, machines and devices for the production of cold, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

661.91 centrifuges and mangles centrifugal, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

661.97 devices for filtration or lepuration liquids or gases, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

662.52 fire extinguishers, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

664.12 elevators, hoists, winches, cranes, jacks and jacks, pulleys to soft fles, carriers to straps and lifting devices, functionality tion, of loading or unloading, as well as conveyors, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

676.16 accounting, computers and other machines for the treatment of information, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

678.48 flight simulators and their parts.

680.47 gear boxes and other speed variators, other than those numbers 680.43 and 680.44, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

680.51 pulley, coupling bodies and their parts, specially designed to be installed in a civilian aircraft, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

680.57 torque converters and their parts, specially designed to be installed in a civilian aircraft, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

680.59 sprockets for chains, clutches and joint seals, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

682.08 power transformers of rated power equal or greater to 1 kVA, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

682.42 electric motors of 1 HP or more, but less than 20 HP, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

682.46 electric motors of a power greater than 20 HP but less than 200 HP, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

682.61-generating Machines, engines, generators, converters rota objectives, or static (rectifiers, etc.); coils of reactance and chokes, all of the foregoing articles which are electrical items, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

Internal 683.62 magnetos for ignition, magneto-dynamos, reels of ignition, engines start, candles of ignition and heating, as well as of other devices and electric devices for starting and ignition to explosion or combustion engines; generators and fuse used with these engines, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

684.26 ovens microwave, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

684.31 stoves and cookers, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

684.42 boilers, heaters and ovens, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

684.51 devices to heat the food, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

684.72 microphones, speakers, headsets look, low-frequency electric amplifiers, sound amplification devices consisting of combinations of the previous devices, if it is he certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

685.25 receivers for broadcasting, transistors, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

685.30 transmission and reception for radiotelephony and radiotelegraphy devices, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

685.41 recorders tape machines to record and transcribe dictation, assemblies and subassemblies of these machines was in two parts or pieces fastened or joined or more, specially designed to be installed in a civilian aircraft, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

685.61


Devices of traffic information, radar, radiosonde and radio remote control, assemblies, and subassemblies of these devices, consisting of two parts or pieces fastened or joined or more, specially designed to be installed in a civilian aircraft, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

685.72 ringtones, sirens, warning tables, warning devices for protection against theft or fire, and other electrical devices of acoustic signal or Visual, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

686.21 automatic regulators of tension or voltage and intensity, designed for circuits 6, 12 or 24 V, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

686.25 automatic regulators of tension or voltage and intensity, other than those designed for circuits 6, 12 or 24 V, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

686.62 lamps sealed, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

688.14 son of ignition assemblies, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

688.42 sync and transducers power, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

694.16 civil aerostats.

694.21 civilian gliders.

694.41 civilian aircraft (including helicopters).

694.62 other parts of civil aircraft, if it is certified that they are intended be used in civil aircraft-born.

709.46 gas masks and respirators similar, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

710.09 instruments and optical devices other devices of Photogrammetry and rangefinders, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

710.15 Gyros and their parts, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

710.17 other compass, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

710.31 autopilots and their parts, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

710.47 other instruments and navigation equipment and their parts, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

711.37 thermometers to liquids, other than for uses medical and veterinary, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

711.39 other thermometers, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

711.83 flowmeters, heat meter with counters to liquids, and anemometers, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

711.87 manometers, thermostats and other devices and instruments for measuring, control or regulation of gaseous or liquid fluids, or for the automatic control of the temperature, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

711.97 indicators of tachometers and speed, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

712.06 devices and instruments or electronic optical for the measurement, verification, analysis or control automatically, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

712.48 devices and electrical or electronic automatic flight control instruments and their parts, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

712.52 other devices and electrical or electronic instruments for the measurement, verification, analysis, or automatic control, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

715.16 clocks and clock movements clock and clock or watch movements, of a width less than 1.77 inch, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

720.09 movements clock and clock, assembled, without dial and hands, or presented with the dials or hands mounted or not, manufactured or designed to operate for more than 47 hours without having to be pulled up, with only a single stone, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

727.49 furniture plastic reinforced or laminated, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

727.51 furniture, other, rubber or plastics, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

727.56 furniture in other matters not spun fibrous plant material, wood, (other than cotton) textile materials, rubber or plastics, copper or leather, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

772.46 bandages pneumatic, rubber or materials plasti c, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

772.67 tubes and pipes n.s.d., rubber or plastics, for the conduct of gases and liquids, filled with their accessories safe access, if it is certified that they are intended to be used in a civilian aircraft.

For example, items bearing an identification number of a civil aircraft manufacturer.
For example, items bearing an identification number of a civil aircraft manufacturer.
The "aircraft flight training ground; "their parts and spare parts: ex 88.05" are included in the agreement without having to be incorporated.

State November 5, 1999

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