Wednesday, 22 April 2015

AIRCRAFT DOCUMENTS ON FLIGHT

Aircraft Engineering – Aircraft Documents on board

No person in charge of any aircraft shall allow such aircraft to be flown unless the following valid documents, as applicable (in original or attested copies), are carried on board the Indian Registered aircraft as per CAR Section-2 Airworthiness, Series X, Part VII.

S/N
Description
1.        
Certificate of Registration
2.        
Certificate of Airworthiness
3.        
Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC)
4.        
A document attesting Noise Certification of the aeroplane/ helicopter
5.        
Air Operator’s Permit
6.        

Aeromobile Radio operation Licence for Radio Communication apparatus
7.        

Load and Trim Sheet 
8.        
Weight Schedule
9.        
Journey Log Book or equivalent documents approved by the DGCA
10.     
Operations Manual
11.     
Minimum Equipment List
12.     
Flight Manual
13.     
Cockpit and Emergency Check List unless these form part of Flight Manual, carried on board
Note: Checklists for take off, cruise and landing phases shall be displayed in the cockpit unless the lists form a part of the Flight Manual, carried on board.
14.     
Route guides

15.     
Current and suitable navigation charts/maps for the planned flight route and all other routes along which it is reasonable to expect that the flight may be diverted
16.     
Maintenance Release/Certificate to release to service
17.     
Appropriate Licenses for each member of the flight crew
18.     
Load and Trim Sheet (for Flight)
19. 
If carrying passengers, a list of their names and places of embarkation and destination
20.     
If carrying dangerous goods, a list of such goods. This list must be specifically brought to the notice of Pilot-in-Command, before the flight
21.     
Layout of Passenger Accommodation (LOPA)
22.     
Emergency & Safety Equipment Layout
23.     
Cabin Crew Manual

Note:  (1) In case a document has been submitted to a competent authority for renewal    or for any other action, that fact shall be deemed as valid excuse for its not being  carried on board an aircraft.

          (2) Do not remove any documents without prior acknowledgment of concerned engineer or flight crew.



          (3) Do not place any expired or invalid documents.

1 comment:

  1. Very useful infomartion thanks

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