Rs 748.215.3 Ordinance Of The Detec On June 26, 2009 On Emissions Of The Aircraft (Oemia)

Original Language Title: RS 748.215.3 Ordonnance du DETEC du 26 juin 2009 sur les émissions des aéronefs (OEmiA)

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748.215.3 order of the DETEC on the aircraft emissions (OEmiA) of June 26, 2009 (status July 15, 2015) the federal Department of the environment, transport, energy and communications (DETEC), view the art. 58, al. 2, of the Act of 21 December 1948 on aviation, stop: Section 1 values limits emissions and certificates of noise from aircraft on the register number Swiss art. 1 scope and right applicable this section sets the values limits on emissions of noise and emissions of polluting substances for aircraft engine listed in the Swiss number or intended to be.
It applies only to aircraft that are not subject to the following regulations: a. Regulation (EC) n 216/2008 in relation to the provisions of the Regulation (EC) n 748/2012 in the version that binds the Switzerland under point 3 of the annex to the agreement between the Swiss Confederation and the European Community on air transport concluded on 21 June 1999 (air transport agreement); b. Annex 16 of the Convention of 7 December 1944 relative International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention), subject to the differences notified by Switzerland in application of art. 38 of the Convention.

New content according to chapter I of O of the DETEC from 29 July. 2013, in effect since Sept. 1. 2013 (2013 2647 RO).
R (EC) n 216/2008 of the European Parliament and the Council on Feb 20. 2008 on common rules in the field of civil aviation and establishing a European Aviation Safety Agency, and repealing the Council, R (EC) 1592/2002 n 91/670/EEC directive and directive 2004/36/EC.
R (EU) n 748/2012 Commission August 3, 2012, establishing implementing rules for the certification of airworthiness and environmental of the aircraft and products, parts and related equipment, as well as for the certification of design and production agencies.
RS 0.748.127.192.68 RS 0.748.0. This annex is not published to the RO. You can view it from the federal Office of civil aviation or get it from the civil aviation Organization (ICAO, force the sale of documents, 999, University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3C 5 H 7 or www.icao.int Street).
The differences reported by the Switzerland can be found with OFAC.

Art. 2 exceptions in individual cases, the federal Office of civil aviation (FOCA) may grant derogations from the provisions of art. 1, al. 2, relating to the values for aircraft emission limits: a. assigned exclusively to combating fires; b. built specially for acrobatic flights and used only for that purpose; c. built specially for the agricultural aerial work and used only for that purpose; d. of historic interest.

It approves these aircraft imposing charges, particularly by limiting their use in substance on the specific purpose.

Art. 3 aircraft of the class Ecolight procedure measure indicated in Chapter 10, by. 10.2 to 10.6 in annex 16, volume I, of the Chicago Convention applies to aircraft of the Ecolight class.
As an exception to Chapter 10, by. 10.4 Annex 16, volume I, of the Chicago Convention, the noise level of these aircraft may not exceed 65 dB (A).
The power of their engines, measured on an engine mounted on the aircraft concerned (installed power, power on tree), must not exceed 90 kW (121 PS) in terms of atmosphere-type International (International Standard Atmosphere; (ISA).
The class Ecolight aircraft equipped with combustion engines must be able to operate fuel unleaded in accordance with annex 5 of the order of 16 December 1985 on the protection of the air.

RS 0.748.0 RS 814.318.142.1 art. 3aAutogires admitted in the special category the procedure of measurement listed in Chapter 10, by. 10.2 to 10.6 in annex 16, volume I, of the Chicago Convention applies to gyroplanes admitted in the special category.
By way of derogation from Chapter 10, by. 10.4 Annex 16, volume I, of the Chicago Convention, the noise level of these aircraft may not exceed 65 dB (A).
In the case of gyroplanes equipped with combustion engines, the engine power, measured on a mounted motor (installed power, power on tree), must not exceed 90 kW (121 PS) in terms of atmosphere. type International (International Standard Atmosphere; (ISA).
Gyroplanes equipped with combustion engines must be able to operate fuel unleaded in accordance with annex 5 of the order of 16 December 1985 on the protection of the air.

Introduced by chapter I of the O of the DETEC on June 24, 2015, in force since 15 July. 2015 (2015 2191 RO).
RS 0.748.0 RS 814.318.142.1 art. 3bAvions electric admitted in the special category the procedure of measurement listed in Chapter 10, by. 10.2 to 10.6 in annex 16, volume I, of the Chicago Convention applies to electric-powered aircraft allowed in the special category.
By way of derogation from Chapter 10, by. 10.4 Annex 16, volume I, of the Chicago Convention, the noise level of these aircraft may not exceed 65 dB (A).

Introduced by chapter I of the O of the DETEC on June 24, 2015, in force since 15 July. 2015 (2015 2191 RO).
SR 0.748.0 art. 4 had assigned to basic training and aircraft tugs aircraft assigned to basic education or towing of gliders must complete one of the following conditions: a. receive a certificate of noise meets the requirements of Chapter 6 of Annex 16, volume I, of the Chicago Convention and have a noise level, measured in accordance with the method prescribed in Chapter 6 , not exceeding 68 DB(a) .b. receive a certificate of noise meets the requirements of section 10 of Annex 16, volume I, of the Chicago Convention and have a noise level, measured in accordance with the intended method in Chapter 10, not exceeding 75 dB (A).

It is forbidden to use the gyroplanes for basic training.
In cases duly motivated, the FOCA can grant temporary exceptions, in particular for: a. the major events of gliding, when they require the commitment of more than aircraft tugs it is possible to acquire at a reasonable cost or when planes have technical breakdowns; b. Basic on a specific aircraft if the student makes it likely he fly mainly with the occurrence aircraft once his training completed.

RS 0.748.0 introduced by chapter I of the June 24, 2015 DETEC O, in force since 15 July. 2015 (2015 2191 RO).

Art. 5 certificates of noise the OFAC establishes the following noise certificates for aircraft that do not benefit from a certificate of noise within the meaning of Regulation (EC) n 748/2012 or Annex 16, vol. 1 of the Chicago Convention: a. in the case of the class Ecolight aircraft: a certificate of noise attesting the values defined in the art emission limit. 3; a. in the case of the gyroplanes and aircraft electric admitted in the special category: a certificate of noise attesting the values respectively defined emission limit in art. 3A and 3B; (b) in the case of amateur-built aircraft: 1. a noise certificate meets the requirements of Chapter 6 or 10 of Annex 16, volume I, of the Chicago Convention (according to the date of receipt of the statement of construction), in the case of an aircraft, 2. a noise certificate meets the requirements of section 11 of Annex 16, volume I, of the Chicago Convention, in the case of a helicopter.

See notes to art. 1, al. 2, let. a. RS 0.748.0 new content according to chapter I of O of the DETEC from 29 July. 2013, in effect since Sept. 1. 2013 (2013 2647 RO).
Introduced by chapter I of the O of the DETEC on June 24, 2015, in force since 15 July. 2015 (2015 2191 RO).

Section 2 operating Restrictions for aircraft which are not registered in the register number Swiss art. 6 prohibition of subsonic aircraft noise aircraft noise certificate does not meet the standards of part 2, Chapter 3 of Annex 16, volume I, of the Chicago Convention, were forbidden to use the Swiss airfields.
The FOCA may grant exceptions for important reasons, including for: a. the aircraft registered in developing countries; b. historical aircraft; c. flights carried out for maintenance purposes.

Aerodrome operator may be expected in the operating rules of the charges applicable to flights or aircraft for which the FOCA has granted an exception.

SR 0.748.0 art. 7 restrictions imposed by the operator of the aerodrome operator may restrict the operations of foreign aircraft in the operating regulations, that: a. do not respect values emission limits applicable to aircraft registered Swiss number and quib. are parked for more than six months on the airfield.

Section 3 provisions final art. 8 repeal of the law in force the Ordinance of DETEC of 10 January 1996 on the aircraft emissions is repealed.

[RO 1996 653 1648, 2000 1659, 2002 3569, 2005 2521]

Art. 9 transitional provision


Noise certificates and permits issued to some aircraft in application of art. 2, which, at the entry into force of this order, are valid under the old law, but no longer meet the provisions of this order, continue to be valid until July 31, 2010 at the latest.

Art. 10 entry into force this order comes into force on August 1, 2009.

RO 2009 3513 SR 748.0 State July 15, 2015

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