Rs 172.220.111.342.1 Order Of The Rfsp Of 15 May 2003 On Allowances In The Flying Service Of The Ddps (Ddps Flight Allowances Ordinance)

Original Language Title: RS 172.220.111.342.1 Ordonnance du DDPS du 15 mai 2003 sur les allocations dans le service de vol du DDPS (Ordonnance sur les allocations de vol du DDPS)

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172.220.111.342.1 order of the RFSP on allowances in service flight of DDPS (DDPS flight allowances Ordinance) of May 15, 2003 (status as of July 1, 2008) the federal Department of defence, protection of the population and sports (DDPS), in agreement with the federal Department of Finance (FDF), the art. 48, al. 2, and 115, let. e, of the order of 3 July 2001 on the personnel of the Confederation (OPers), stop: Section 1 scope of application art. 1. this order regulates the allocations for categories of staff of the air force following: a. military career pilots; b. operators of career edge v. operators career FLIR; d. parachute career Pathfinders e. edge of career photographers; f. the crew that the aircraft, contribute to the implementation of the mission's flight; g. transport drivers Civil Service airline of the Confederation (STAC).

It regulates the allocations for the following categories of staff of armasuisse: a. test pilots; b. engineers for in-flight testing; v. operators of flight of the Office federal of topography (operators of edge S + T); d. members of the crew who, on board the aircraft, contribute to the implementation of the mission's flight.

Introduced by the c. of o. of the RFSP for Dec. 3. 2004 (RO 2004 5009).
New expression according to the c. of o. of the RFSP from 3 Dec. 2004 (RO 2004 5009). It was taken into account this change throughout the present text.

Section 2 Air Forces Personnel art. 2 benefits of career military pilots, civilian transport pilots of the STAC, career edge operators, operators FLIR's career, parachute career Pathfinders and edge of career photographers benefit from an allowance in accordance with Annex 1 for special requirements imposed by the flight service, the increased commitment within this framework and the risk they run.
The allocation of military pilots of career in Schedule 1 is reduced as follows: a. classes of processing 30 and 31: 10% discount; b. classes of treatment 32 and 33: 20% discount; c. class treatment 34: 30% reduction.

The surveillance Wing Commander, the head of aviation training and brigade commander are not affected by the reduction provided for in para. 2. the military career drivers that are stored in the salary class 35 and beyond or who perform a function outside the air force are not entitled to the allowance in the al. 1. members of the crew who, on board the aircraft, contribute to the execution of the flight mission, benefit from an allowance per minute of flight in accordance with annex 3.

New content according to chapter I to the O of the RFSP from 3 Dec. 2004 (RO 2004 5009).

S. 3duree of the right to benefits are entitled to an allowance in accordance with Schedule 1 career military pilots who have successfully completed the pilot school of the air force, civilian transport pilots of the STAC as early as the beginning of the corresponding employment, parachute Pathfinder's career at the end of their trial period and the other entitled after their patent.
The allocation remains an integral part of the salary paid during the period of retirement within the meaning of art. 34A OPers.

New content according to chapter I to the O of the RFSP from 3 Dec. 2004 (RO 2004 5009).
New content according to chapter I of O of the RFSP for June 16, 2008, in force since July 1, 2008 (RO 2008 2741).
Introduced by the c. of o. of the RFSP of June 16, 2008, in force since July 1, 2008 (RO 2008 2741).

Section 3 staff of armasuisse s. 4 allowances for test pilots test pilots receive an allowance in accordance with Annex 2 to the specific requirements imposed by flight service and the high risk inherent in test flights.

S. 5 allowances for engineers performing flight tests and the other members of the crew engineers performing flight tests and the other members of the crew mentioned in art. 1, al. 2, let. b and d, benefit from an allowance per flight minute staggered according to the requirements in accordance with annex 3.

S. 6 allowances for edge S + T edge S + T operators operators benefit from an allowance for special requirements imposed by the service of flight in accordance with Annex 1.

Section 4 provisions common art. 7Assurance allowances are provided in accordance with art. 88a, al. 1, OPers.

New content according to chapter I of O of the RFSP for June 16, 2008, in force since July 1, 2008 (RO 2008 2741).

S. 8 termination of the flight service people who for medical reasons must pause the flight service, stop the service for illness, accident or maternity or for medical reasons or due to physical or mental benefit reduced, permanently discontinue flight service, but who remain employed in the Federal Government, are entitled to the allowance provided for in art. 2, al. 1, and the art. 4 and 6, as long as they are entitled to the benefit payable by the employer to the employee in the event of incapacity to work according to art. 29, al. 1, of the Act of March 24, 2000, on the personnel of the Confederation (whistleblowers).
People who for medical reasons must permanently discontinue the service of flight and are not entitled to an annuity of AI were right in the event of total or partial occupational disability determined pursuant to art. 88th OPers, to a professional disability of PUBLICA, regardless of their age.
If a test had 58 years pilot must, for medical reasons, permanently discontinue flight service, it will affect the allocation in accordance with Schedule 2 provided that it is used in the Federal Government. The allocation is however excluded from the compensation of inflation and real wage increases.

RS 172.220.1 new content according to chapter I of O of the RFSP for June 16, 2008, in force since July 1, 2008 (RO 2008 2741).
Introduced by the c. of o. of the RFSP of June 16, 2008, in force since July 1, 2008 (RO 2008 2741).

Section 5 provisions finals s. 9 repeal of the duty in force Ordinance of 12 January 1996 on compensation for test pilots of the grouping of the armament for extraordinary benefits and regulation on the service of flight of December 19, 1972, of the Group's armaments are repealed.

Verordnung vom 12. Januar 1996 über die Vergütung für ausserordentliche Dienstleistungen der Testpiloten der Gruppe Rüstung, unpublished, untranslated Flugdienstreglement vom 19. Dezember 1972 der Gruppe für Rustungsdienste, unpublished, untranslated articles 10 transitional provisions in case of reduction of the overall wage, allowances y included, acquired nominal salary is guaranteed for two years. The compensation provided for in art. 22 by order of 5 December 1994 on the military flight service are not considered as allocations.
Employees who, at the end of the period during which their salary is guaranteed according to the al. 1, have reached the age of 57, suffer no reduction in overall wage, allowances is included.
Until the beginning of the seventh year of commitment, career military pilots who at the time of the entry into force of this order, between four and six years of seniority, receiving the allowance which they enjoyed until then.

[RO 1995 98, 1996 806 1227, 1999 883, 2000 1743, 2002 1. RO 2003 1302 art. 33]. currently see the O's May 9, 2003 (RS 512.271) s. 11 entry into force this order comes into force on June 1, 2003.

Schedule 1 (subsections 2 and 6) allowances for staff of the air force and S + T the annual allowance to the art. 2, al. 1 and 6 is as follows: Francs 1.

Military pilot's career has.

from the first to the third year 27 000 b.

the fourth to sixth grade 37 000 c.

from seventh to ninth grade 47 000 d.

starting from the tenth year 57 359 2.

Operators of career edge has.

from the first to the third year 24 000 b.

the fourth to sixth grade 34 000 c.

from the seventh year 44 420 3.

Operators 21 703 4 career FLIR.

Operators edge s + T 18 306 5.

Parachute career Pathfinders 12 557 6.

Edge of career photographers 11 226 7 civil transport drivers has.

from the first to the third year 14 160 Stac b.

the fourth to sixth grade 19 211 c.

from the seventh year 36 715 updated according to ch. II of O of the RFSP 3 dec. 2004 (RO 2004 5009).

Status as of July 1, 2008 annex 2 (article 4) allowance for test pilots the annual allocation provided for in art. 5 is as follows: Francs 1.

during the first and the second year 50 000 2.

during the third and fourth year 60 000 3.

during the fifth and sixth year 70 000 4.

during the seventh and eighth grade 80 000 5.

from the ninth grade 94 980 State on July 1, 2008 annex 3 (arts. 2 and 5) allowances for engineers performing flight tests and the other members of the crew the allowance per minute of flight engineers performing flight tests and the other members of the crew in the flight of air force or armasuisse service is as follows : Francs 1.

2.50 a.

for flights with aircraft, systems, weapons or equipment that are not regularly allowed to circulate.

b. for assessment, reception and control flights, flights to the edge of the envelope and the photographic flights using combat aircraft.

2 0.70 for flights with aircraft that are regularly allowed to circulate:


a. trials or tasks of armasuisse theft, including overflights for the purpose of preparation and operation of aircraft on external places;

b. in the context of the operation of flight of the air force, for example as a member of the crew who serves as accompanying mechanic.

Status as of July 1, 2008

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