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REPUBLIC

OFINDONESIA
MIN
ISTRY
OFTRANSPORTATIONS
CIULAVIATION
SAFETY
REGUI.ATION
(CASR)
PART63

LICENSING
FLIGHTCREWMEMBERS
OTHERTHANPILOT,

FucHropERAt,Hgir?i?T:,^fil?cERrFicniior

LAMPIRANPERATURAN
MENTERIPERHUBUNGAN
NoMoR
: {M 16 TAHUNz'oto
TANGGAL

: 4 Frnnsi"ioio

CIVILAVIATION
SAFETYREGULATIONS
(c.A.S.R.)

PART63
(amot.
or)

LIGENSING
FLIcHTcREw MEtvtBERs
orHER
THAN

PILOT,FLIGHTOPERATION
OFFICERS,
ANDCERTIFICATION
OF FLIGHTATTENDANT

REPUBLIC
OF INDONESIA
MINISTRYOF TRANSPORTATION

TABLEOF CONTENTS
SUB PARTA. GE N E R A L
63.0
63.1
63.2
63.3
63.1
63.12
63.12a
6 3 . 13
6 3 . 15
63.15a
63.16
63.17
63.17a
6 3 . 18
6 3 . 19
63.20
63.21
63.23

.........1
R e g u l a t oR
r ye f e r e n c e
. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Applicabitity
.................1
L i ce n si nogf fo re i gn
per sons
...........1....
L i ce n ceasn dra ti ngs
r equir ed
.............1
A p p l i ca ti oann di ssue
. ...............2
Offe n seisn vo l vi nalcohol
q.
or dr ugs
................ .....2
Refusalto submiitoa drugor
testor to furnishtestresurts.......3
T e mp o ra ry
"lc"onor
l i ce n ce.
............ ...3
D u ra ti oonf l i ce n ces
g
............
P ro fi ci e n cy
a n dC o mpetency
Checks.....
..............4
R e p l a ce meonftl o stor destioyed
licence;
changeof nam e...................4
TestG
: e n e r aplr o c e d u r e . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.........5
Writtentests:prerequisites
and passinggrades
...................s
Writtentests:Cheating
or otherunauthor-ized
conduct...
...........5
Ope.rations
duringphysical
deficiency...
...............6
Applications,
licences,.
rogbooks,reports,and records;farsification,
r e p r o d u c t i o nr a, | t e r a t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.................6
Chango
efaddress
.............6
speciat purpose flight engineer and flight ;r;ig;i;,
ricences:
operationof Indonesian- registeredcivilairiraft reaseo
ov a person
notan fndonesian
citizen....

S U BP A R TB . F L IGH TE N GIN E E RS..............


63.31
E ti g i b i l iR
tye q u i re m ents;
Gener al
.............
63.33
A i rcra ft
R a ti n g s.....
63.35
K n o w l e d gRee q u i r e m e n t s . . . . . . . . . . .
63.37
Aeronautical
Experience
Requirements
63.39
S ki l R
l e q u i re me n ts
63.41
R e te sti nAgfte rF a i 1 ur e..............

............9
.......... 9
...........g
.............11
............... 12
.........1 2

Licence..,..
Flight
Engineer
Course.....

...............12
.................13

63'42

63.43

...........9

Flight
Engineer
Licence
lssued
onBasisora roreitniiigniengineer

suB PARTC. FLtcHTNAVtcAToRS


...........
.........14
q1
Eligibitity
Requirements;
Generat.............
.
99
........14
63.53 Knowledge
Requirements...........
......14
Experience
Requirements............
9999
.....15
63.57 SkillRequirements
...........1S
63.59 Retesting
AfterFai1ure..............
63'60
FlightNavigatorLicencelssuedon Basis of a Foreign.........16
Flight
Navigator
Licence
............16
6 3 . 6 1 F l i g hnta v i g a tcoor u r s e s
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .f .Z. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

suB PARTD. FLtcHTOPERATTONS


OFF|CERS.........
63.71 Licence
Required....
6 3 . 7 3 E t i g i b i t i t y r e q u i r eCm. "e"nr irlj . . . . . . . . ,
6 3 . 7 5 K n o w l e dn
g "eq r i r r r . n t s . . . . . . ... .. .......
G3.7T Experienle
or irainingRequirements...
v"'v'r(o""'
6 3 . 7 9 S t i l tR e q u i r . r u n f i . . ..... :' - '

63'80 Flisht
oieration
om..iri*n"" r*r"J ;; il;
Operation

.........
18
. . . . . . . . . .1. 8
...
. . . . . . . .1. 8
..
.....18
. . . . . . . . . . .1. .9. . .

'o
;i. roi"ignii,Jni

OfficerLicence
-om."r
63'81 Flight
operations ri"ensing
C;;;;, il.t."t ;il ,inirur'o
Hours
63'83
63'85
63.87
63.90

......21
Flightoperationsofficer r-i"enringCorrr"r.
Application,Duration,
a n dOth e rGe n e ral
Requir em ents..]...- .....
......2 1
FlightOperations
OfficerLicenringCorrces:TrainingFacilities
..........22
Frightoperations
officerricensing
lorir"t, personner.
.......2g
Flightoperations
officerlicensin!
Records.
................23
"oro"r,

SUBPARTE. FLIGHTATTENDANTS..........
6 3 . 1 0 1 E t i g i b i l iRt ye q u i r e m e nGt se;n e r a | . . . . . . . . . . . .
6 3 . 1 0 3 K n o w l e d gRe e q u i rements............
6 3 . 1 0 5 S ki l lR e q u i re me n ts
6 3 . 1 0 7 A i rcra ft
R a ti n g s
6 3 . 1 09 F l i g hA
t tte n d a nCt o ur se
APPENDIXA.
I
fl
fll
fv
V

..........24
................24
.....24
...........2 6
..........,.... .26
....................26

TESTREQUIREMENTS
FORA FLIGHTNAVIGATORLICENCE.....27
Demonstration
of skill
......27
T h ee x a m i n a t i o n . . . . . . . . .
.
.....27
E xa mi n a ti opnro ce dur e...............
......27
G r o u n dr e s t " ' . . . . . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
........27
F l i g hTt e s t . . . . . . .
......28

APPENDIXB. FLIGHTNAVIGATOR
TRAINTNG
COURSEREQUIREMENTS
.........32
I
Trainingcourseouiline
....32
ll
Equipment..
.
....35
lll
lnstructors
.......
35
lV
Inspections
oftrainingcourse
................
36
V
Creditfor previous
triiningand experie;;; ..... .
..............
36
Vl
S tu d e n ts
re co rd a
s n dr epor ts...............
..............
36
Vl l
Qu a l i tyo f i n stru cti o............
n
......32
Vllf
S ta te me notf g ra d u a tion
....
gT
....................

lI

X
Xl
Xll
Xlll

lnspections...............

Change
of ownership,
name,or location
Cancellation
of approva|.............
D u r a t i o n . . . . ........ .
. . ". . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Renewat...
................

........37
...........
37
".....38
. . . . . . . .3. 8
..

APPENDIX
C. FLIGHTENGINEER
TRAINING
COURSEREQUIREMENTS............
39
I
Trainingcourseoufline
' """""" 39
tl
C l a s s r o oE
mq u i p m e n t
. . .......
.' .- ...42
ltl
C o n tra cts
o r A g re ements...
IV
In stru cto rs..
..._ ....
V
VI

vtl
vill
IX
X
XI

xtl
xill

XIV
XV
XVI
APPENDTX
D. FLIGHTOPERATIONS
OFFICERSOVERVIEW.......
I
tl
ill
IV
V
VI
vll
vilt

........46

SUB PARTA.

GENEML

63.0RegulatoryReference

ThiscivilAviation
Reg.ulation
(CASR)Part63 sgtsforththeimprementing
for licensing
rures
flight!I"tt
crewmembers
othertnrn piroi.no *-gntoperation
officers,certification

nlil,,i"l'i ,.;; toog,


di,"pter
B:H!|:,lti[ilj;r:!?:;;::fJn"i,tion
V.Arcrari

63.1 Appticabitity
(a)

This part prescribes


the requirements
for issuing
jriqnt engineerricences,
navigator
flight
licences,
flightoperations
officer
ii""n."r,
night
atteioanicertincates,
thegeneral
and
operatingluted
forholders in"r" ii."n.", andcertificates.
"t

(b)

'certificate'
whenrererrins
to the
Hffifi':rftr,t:t-"lil;,r1'""n""' means

63.2

Licensingof foreign persons

A personwho is not an tndonesiancitizen


is issueda licenceunderthis part (other
underPart63'23or Part63'42)
than

:il:[:
63.3
(a)

ouisioelne
R6ffi; o-rlnoon"rian
onrywhentheDirector
findsthatricence
is n6eo"orortheod";;iil of an rndon;;
- Resistered
civir

Licencesand ratings required


No person
as.flightengineerof a civilaircraftof
Ty3"t
Indonesianregistryunless
he has in his
personal
p-ossetiionr
ricencewith appropriate
type ratingsissuedto lrim underthis "r*ni-n'ifni
"ngin"er
part ano i Rrst-class
medicalcertificateissued
to him under Part 67 of the cASRs '"itnir
In"
pr"""ding
12 calendarmonths.
However'when the aircraft is operated
within
a.Toreign.coultry,
a cunent flight
engineerlicence issued by the.-country
in
evidenceof cunentmedicaiqualification which thi aircrattii tp.rted, with
?"i
may be used. Arso,in the
case of a flight engineerlicenceissued n.i iLnce,
unoer part 63.43, evidenceof cunent
accepted
ror

il:ji::l ffilffiJ:n
(b)

ther"reJ oi thatricence'is
useoin prace
ora

No personmayact as flightnavigatorof civif


aircraftof Indonesian
registryunless
he has in his personal
possessiJn
.
n,gii
navigator
ficence
issuedto him
underthis partand a second-,,"!"r.:"rrr"ni
nigh;?i
rrr
meoical
certificate
issued
to him
underPart67 of the cASRswitlin.tne prec-eoi
whenthe aircraftis operatedr,t,ithin ior"iil ig' lz catenoaimontns.However,
c'ountry,
?
navigator
licenceissued.bythe countryin which
" "ro"ni'flignt
tne iircratt is operated,
with
evidence
cunentmedicar
of
quarification
for thatricence,
miv Li ,r.0.

(c)

Nopersonmayactas flightoperations
oy=.r(exercising
responsibility
withthepilot
In command
in the operational
controlof a Right)
in
.on'i."tion
with
anycivitaircraft
in aircommerce
unless-he
hasin hispersonal
possession
a
current
flight
operations
officerlicence
issuedto himunoerinispartanJ;th];J'
ctass
v'qoo
(or
rrr9rret/
higher)
medical
\ur
certiflcate
issuedto himunderpart
67 of the cASRs.

(d)

(
No personmay act as flightattendantin connection
with any civil aircraftin air
commerceunless he. has in his personalpossession
a cunent flight attendant
certificateissuedto h,imunderthis part and
a second- class (or higher)medical
to himunderpart

6z of thecASRswithintneiieclo ing12

:l:ff::"rff,K:
(e)

Inspection
of licenc-e..
Eachpersonwho holdsa flight
flightnavigator
or
flight operationsofficerlicence,or rnedicator ni!-niengineer,
attendant
certificate,
shall
present
eitheror both,forinspection
upontherequeJt
orin" Director
General
or his
authorized
representative.

63.11 Applicationand issue


(a)

An applicationfor a licenceand appropriatetype


rating,or for an additionalrating,
tno partmustbemade

&lT

ona iorrnandiri'amanner
prescribed
bytheDirector

(b)

An applicantwho meetsthe requirements


of this part is entifledto an appropriate
licenceand appropriate
typeratings.

(c)

unless authorizedby the DirectorG919qal,a person..whose


flight engineer,flight
navigator,flightoperationofficer,and flightattendant
ticencel'"i" ,rrpunded may
not applyfor any ratingto be addedto thlt licence
duringthe periodof suspension.
Unlessthe orderof revocationprovidesotherwise, person
a
whoseflightengineer
or' flightnavigator,flightoperatibn
officer,.no nigntattendantii""n"", are revoked
may not applyfor the samekindof licencefor 1 y6ar
afterthe date of revocation.

(d)

63.12 Offensesinvotvingatcoholor drugs


(a)

(b)

A conviction
for the violationof anynationallaw relatingto the growing,
processing,
manufacture,sate,disposition,possession,transportati-on,
or
irport"iion
or narcotic
drugs,marihuana,
or depressant
or stirnulani
i;;; or substances
grounds
is
for(1) Denialof an application
for any licenceoriating issuedunoeitnis part
for a
periodof to 1 year afterthe dateof finarconviction;
or
(2) suspensionor revocation
of anylicenceoii.iing issuedunderthispart.
Thecommission
of an act prohibited
by Part 91.17(a)orpart 91.19(a)of the cASRs
is groundsfor(1) Denialof an application
forany licenceor ratingissuedunderthis part
for a
periodof.to 1 year afrerthe dateof that act;
or
(2) Suspension
or revocation
of anylicenCeoi't tingissuedunderthispart.

(c)

:lLffit"t

mavexercise
or attempt
to exercise
hisprivileges
to dispatch
of a civil

(1) Withing hoursafterconsuming


alcohol;
(2) Whileundertheinfluen""ot
(3)
"i"onot;
anv drugthataffects
the person'sfacuftiesin any way contrary
,ygf,ffing
(4) whirehaving0.04percent
byweightor moreatcohor
in thebrood.
(d)

of an actprohibited
bv Part63.12(c)
or part91.19(a)of thecASRs
IHffi'rt"t:t
(1) Denialof an application
for any licence
periodof to 1 yearafterthedateof that orratingissuedunderthisparlfor a
act oi(2) suspension
or revocation
of anyticen-Loi'r"iingissuedunderthispart.

63'12a Refusalto submit to a drug or alcohol


test or to furnish test results
A refusalto submitto a drugor atcoholtestto indicate
the percentage
by weightof alcohol
in the blood' when^requestedby a law enforcement
offi"",
in
accordance
with part
91'17(c)of the cASRs,ora refusalto fumish
or.rtnori.e the releaseof the test results
Director

UIT-::ffi:jiiJJ;ie

Generar
inaccordance
withpartgiii'1.; ol.(d)orthe

(a)

Denialof an application
for any..licenc-e
or ratingissuedunderthis partfor a period
of up to 1 yearafterthe dateof thatrefusal;;; "

(b)

suspensionor revocation
of anylicenceor ratingissuedunderthispart.

63.13 Temporarylicence
A licenceeffectivefor a period of not more than
30 days may be issued to a qualified
applicant'pending,tgYig*ofhis application
rrppr"rentary documentsand the issue
of the licencefor whichhe applied.
"no
63.15 Durationof licences
(a)
(b)

(c)

Exceptas providedin Part63.23and.P.aragraph


part, a licenceor rating
(b) of
issuedunderthispartis effecliveuntilit is sunendered,his
suspended,
or revoked.
A flightengineerlicence(w$hany added amendments)
issuedunder part 63.42
expiresat the end of the 24h calehdarronin .n"i
the monthin whichthe licence
was issuedor renewed. Howeverthe holder
may exercisethe privilegesof that
licenceonlywhilethe foreignnigntengin";;ti;;;"
on whichthat ticenceis based
is effective.
A flightnavigator.licence
(withany added amendments)issuedunderpart
63.60
expiresat the end of the 24thcalehdarmonthaner
tne monthin whichthe licence
was issuedor renewed' Howeverthe holder
may exercisetfre privilegesof that
licenceonlywhilethe foreignflightnavigatortcenie
on whichthat licenceis based
is effective.

(d)

A flightoperations
licence-(wjth
anyaddedamendments)
?qto
issuedunderpart
63'80expiresat the
endof tne ziid cafendar
ronln
,ttlr
the
month
in whichthe
licencewasissuedor renewed.
Howevertheholderr"y
the privileges
of
roieion.'rright
"""r.ise
G;;t.; ;fri",
ricence
on-wnicn

l,5::ff3;ilx'l,:H:,,y;e
(e)

tnat

Any licence issued,u1de1this part


ceases
suspended'or revoked' The holderof-any to be effectiveif it is sunendered,
ticencl i*ruo underthis part that is

;?rtj.:#Affif""*tt

tht",

,t. titect.rc"n"i.r'rr.tr.r,, rr,r' i, ,. ,^e


"..

63.15aProficiencyand CompetencyChecks

(a)

satisractoriry
compreted
a proriciency
5il::l;ll,l,ffi?#li,,l!ri:i;I!r#"J"llilst

(b)

Exceptas prgyiq,ed
in paragraphs and (d) of thissection, proficiency
a
.(c)
check
mustmeetthefollowing
requirements:
(1) lt mustincrudeat reastthe procedures
and maneuvers
set forth in by the
Director;
(2) lt mustbe givenbytheDG.A or company
checkairman.

(c)

An approvedairplanesimulatoror otherappropriate
trainingdevicemay be usedin
the conductof a proficiencycheck.

(d)

In the case of a flight attendantand flight


operationsofficer

a competencycheck
dav
or
tn"
t'"ntv
ndn
'*nth
ronowiil
rilj
ti,;';.nth
in
ililiTJ38;""nH
(e)

Flight operationsofficer has to complete


operatingfamiliarizationat

least once
12months
period
onon"oftheivo";;
in
each
heis
ili,Tr:ffl
sroup
"frr"n",

(0
(g)

(h)

\Mere a profrcienlv
chegf,a competency
checkor annuartrainingis renewed
withinthe lastuo
vafidity
period,
suchche& or trainingis deemedto
91It
itt
havetakenplaceon
the9f
lastdayJf tn. vatidity
period.
The Directormaye1!end.
the varidityperiod.ofa proficiency
check,a competency
checkor annualtrailif'gby up to ocicayswnere
fi"'oi["tor
is of the opinionthat
aviationsafetyis notlik;lyio be affected.
wherethe validityperiodof a proficiency
check
checkof annual
traininghas beenexpiredfor 24 monthi or- or a competency
roi",
the
person
,n"ir
re-qualify
by
meetingail initiartrainingrequirements
rerating
to in"t aircraft.

63.16 Repracement
of rostor destroyedricence;changeof name
(a)

An application.for.the
replacement
of lostoqd9s^tloyed
licenceissuedunderthispart
is madeby letterto thebirectorate
Generalor civirAviation(DGoA),Directorate
of
Ainruorthiness
andAircraftoperations.
The tetteimust-

( 1 ) statethe nameof theperson

to
was issued,the company
mailingaddress,and d'ater;ft;;;whomthe ricence
or birthor tne riJencehotder,
andany

(2)

resarding
t[" nrro",,,nJJ.t"; issue
:X:"fi3"rr'1ffi'ffii:'
orthericence,
bva receipr
forrhecostoftherepracemenr
ricence,
fi: Srslpanied
payabre
ro

(3) Policereportfrom the


localpdliceoffice.
(b)

An application
for the-replacement
of lost.ordestroyedmedicalcertificate
is to be

j[,'"::n: f"::
Lo'p"ni"dbvarece
il:i: j : fil':i".;,
iptror
l,:-1.T,:i:t
";;*#
A personwho has fost

(c)

a licenceissuedunderlhispart,or
a medicafcertificate
underpart67 0f the,cASRs.,
issued
or oon, ,.v obtaini racsimile
message(fax)fromthe
DGCAconfirming
that it was issuJ in" t"; r"v o"
ricencefor a period
to exceed60 davs
nis ieceipioj_theolpr*G
".iil.ii*nce.
"" " underparagraph not
!:lqing,
(b) of this Part'Lnless
(a) or
he has olln'notinedthat tre ricence
has been suspended
revoked'The requestfor such;
or
i; may oe.r"o" uv'r"ii", o, fax,
uponwhicha dupricate.ricence
incruding
the date
*"r pr"uiorrrvr"qr".i"o]'jr '."qr"ri'il]-i;"^
anda checkgiroor postweselfor thJcost
made,
or tlheolpri""te ti""n"".
"
The requestfor a fax
licenceis sentto the officeristed p"r"grph.("i
in
or 101of this part, as appropriate.
However'a requestfor both li;"il'il
meoicat'certin.i",
at the sametime mustbe
sentto the officeprescribed
in paragraph(a) of this part.

63.17 Test:Generalprocedure

(a)
(b)

J::':.$ffilT: j,lJ:,.Hj;:,"j1'' o'n aresivenat timesandby persons,


The minimumpassinggradefor each
test is 70 percent.

63.17aWrittentests: prerequisites
and passinggrades.
(a)

An applicantfor a writtentest must_


(1) show that he/she
1tneyl.tras.(have)satisfactorily
compfetedthe ground
instruction
coursere{uir6i.oy
part

tnqs' ?oiil" ri""n"eor ratingsought;


(2) Presentas personaiioentiticatiori
a- ii""n.", drive/s ricen6e,Kaftu
penduduk (lcrp),or
Tanda
otherofricia
ily-app
iou.Joo.ument;and
(3) Presenta birthiertificateor
otheiofficial
document
showingthathe meetsthe
agerequirement
prescribe.!
in tnlspartror thelicencesoughtnot
yearsfromthe dateof application
raterthan2
forin. i"ri.'
63'18 written tests: Gheatingor
other unauthorizedconduct
(a) No personmay(1) copy, or internationaily
rem-oved,
a writtentest underthis part;
(2) Givetoanother,

p.rt orcopyofthatrest;
(3),?xiJ;it ol',ij"iu".ir:l ;o6!'illiv
i;
;;iln.t
t",iiio,.n'p",.,on
g
il,i::l;i*ur*ffi
"n]' durin

(4) Takeanypartof thatteston


beharfof another
person;
(5) Useanymaterial
or aidOuring
plriootnritlriO"inggiven;or
the
(6)
cause,assist,

Ji:$fifl]t

(b)

or participate
in .nv iJt prohibited
by this

Noperson*lo-Tttits an td
(a) of thisfart is etigibte
{?lilited bv paragrapfr
anylicenceor ratingunderthe'cASRs
for
f";;;;ri,r",J of 1 yearattel
tnedateof that

; iilIa sisror',+ oi,gor revo


ff l,':Hlt|i,l, fn'r'.,i1il':;:",Uil;i
king
""
63.19 Operations
duringphysicaldeficiency

Nopersonmayserveas.aflightenoj3ee1,
flightnavigator,
flightoperations
officeror flight
attendant
durinoa.periodof tinown
O"n"i.rJlr,.g,ljl"*:re in physicatdeficiency,
iny.sicat
nlmunante
io'rJ"t-tn"pnvrl""i'iJirir"rents
gXi#:il: mak-e

rorhis-cunent
medical

63'20
lfi||ffi,|i:,
(a)

(b)

reports,and records;rafsirication,
nlogbooks,
"i:l?,lllil,

No personmaymakeor causeto be made_


(1) Any fraudulentor intentionally
falsestatementor any application
for a licence
or ratingunderthispart;
(2) Any fraudulentor intentionally
false entryin any togbook,recordor
reportthat
is required to be kept, m'aoe ot
uJ"o,
compriance
with any
requirement
,1"_:1",
for any ricenceor ratingundertnis
part;
(3) Any reproduction
t6r rrauourentpurf,oseof an1ricenceor
ratingthis part;or
(4) Any arteration
of any ricenceor ratingunderthrspart.
The commission
by any personof an act prohibited
underparagraph(a) of this part
is a basisfor suspending
or revoking ii..n""ii ratingheld
by thatperson.
"ny

63.21 Changeof address


Theholderof a licenceissuedunderthispart
who has madea changein personataddress
may not after 30 days from the datehe moved,
the privilegesof this licence
unfesshe hasnotifiedin writingtne occn
"*"rJr"
of his new
address.
63'23 special purpose.nlghtengineer
and flight navigator licences: operation
lndonesian - registereo civit aircran
of
i"i;;i;y
a penson not an fndonesian

(a)

General'The holderof cunent


jgreion-flig.ht
engineer.
or flightnavigator
ricence,
certificate
or authorization
issue.d
nv ;
co"ntracting
stite
to
the
convention
on International
civilAviation,
whomeets
"dnn
thi rqr;*ments of thispart,mayhord
specialpurposeflightengineeror flightnavigriJiii""no
a
authorizing
the holderto
performflightengineeror flightnavigator
dities on a civil aircraftof Indonesian
registry'leasedto a personiot a ciiizenoin"
-speciar
RepubtiC
oiinoon"rian, carrying
personsor propertyfor compensation
or hirepurposeflightengineeror

flightnavigatorlicencesare issued.
under this part onlyfor

have maximumpassenger
sea-ting
.".riilriil,

aircrafttypesthat can

(not

any nighi
.incruding
ormore
than
30seats
payroad
capacity
,T:X?!ffi:ffi:3
ormore
"';;;;;um
(b)

Eligibility'
To be eligible
for theissuance,
renewar,
of a ficenceunderthispart,an
applicant
mustpresent
thefoilowing
to theDirector
Generar
(1) A currentforeignnigntenii;egl
ol nightnavigator
licence,or authorization
issuedby the aeronautical
authority6t . ioiEigncontractingstare
to the
conventionon International
civil A;iationor-'J'facsimile
acceptable
to the
DirectorGeneral'Thelicenceor authorization
must
authorize
the
applicant
performthe ftightengineer
to
or flightn.uig;ior'duties
to be altnorlzeooy a
licenceissuedundertnisparton thl r"r"
iirtirdtyp* as theleasedaircraft.
(2) A cunentcertification
bythei.ir"" of theaircraft(i) stating.that
theappricant
is emproyed
bytheressee;
(ii) specifyingthe airtrafttype on which
the appricant
will performfright
engineer
or flightnavigator
duties;and
(iii) statingthattheapplicinthasreceived
groundandflight
which
the appricantto performthJ dutiesto be instruction
assisned
on
the
$ii*?:
(3) Documentation
that the applicantcunenflymeets the
..showing
medical
standardsfor the
foreignflight
oilignt
navigator
ricence,or
authorization
requiredby paragrapn
"niin"Li
pg{,_except
0t
nis
1011t1
that
a Repubric
of lndonesianmedicalcertifica"te
issueolno"i F.rt 67 0f the cASRsis
evidencethat the applicant
meetsthosestandaidsunlessthe State not
which
issuedthe applicaniforeignflight engin""r
oiflignt navigatorlicence,or
authorizationaccepts,a
Republic
of Indo-nesian
medicalcertificate
as evidence
for a

:1,ffi::fln.*n"*

(c)

flishtengineer
o. nigntn"uig"ro,.
rL"n"", or

Privileges'The holder.of a specialpurpose


flightengineeror flightnavigatorlicence
issuedunderthis part r.y'"r,"i.ir" in"
sari" pri;i;;es as those shownon
the

i"p"i"#ilru;iiilr
this
F.,r,
;;;i;"ttotn"
ilf,[:id'':T:ffJ;il?1,,'i:fr0"0
(d)

hffi:?,:"r?:'

Eachlicenceissuedunderthis part is subject


to the fo'owins

(1) lt is vatidonly_
(i) For frightsb,elwegn
foreigncountriesand for foreignair commerce.
(ii)

whireit andthericence,-or
authorization
i"qlir"o by paragrapn
6xr) or
thisPartareinthelicence
holders
p"rcon"ipiir"ssionandarecunent
(iii) whirethericence
horder
is emproyeo
o)tlnliplrronto whomtheaircraft
in thecertification
required
ov Farlgraph(bx2)oi tni, partis
,l""rrTf"a

(iv) wtrilethe licenceholderis


Rerfgpingflightengineer
or flightnavigator
duties on the Indonesian-registereJ
Ciuii
describedin the
certification
required
by paragriph(b)(2)ot tni,"ircran
part; and
(v) whirethe medicar
documendtio;r.iqi,li6Juv'tie earagraph
(b)(3)of this
partis in thericence
horders
personarporr"rlion
andis cunenqyvarid.

(2) Eachricence
issuedunderthispart contains
theforowing:

(i)

Ii:*il"

of thep"*n to whomtn. rnoon"sian-registered


civitaircraft

(,i) The type of aircraft.


(iii) The rimitation:
"rssuedunder,and subject part
to,
63.230f the civil
AviationSafetyRegulation...
(iv) The limitations:"sirbiect
to the privilegesand limitationsshown
on the
hofdersfgleionflight(engineer
(3) Any additionallimitationsprried or naviglto4licence,or authorization.,,
on the fi;;;;'which the Director
General
considersnecessary

(e)

HTIffiltir*tXffi:::ial

purpose
flishtensineer
orflightnavigator
ricence
issued

(1) when the lease agreement


for the aircraftdescribedin the
certiflcation
requiredby pa.ragraph(b) (2) ofthis part
ir*inrt"r;
(2) \Men the foreignnigntbndi;".,
o,".flight
navi!"ior-ti""no, or authorization,
or
the medicaf documentatLnrequire?
ov Fri"'gr"pn
'--s
(b) of this part is
suspended,
revoked,or no longervalid;or
(3) After24 calendarmonths.nti
tnu monthin which the specialpurpose
flight
engineeror flightnavigatorricence
was issued.
(f)

sunenderof licence' The licencehofder


shalfsunenderthe specialpurpose
flight

;:,tJii"ffi:,t*lnavisator
(g)

ricence
to tre Director
c"n"r"r wnhin7 daysafterthe

Renewar.The ricenceho.ldermayhave
the ricencerenewedby comprying
with the
requirements
of Paragraph(b) or [nis Fart at the time
of applicationfor renewat.

SUB PARTB.

FLIGHTENGINEERS

63.31 EligibitityRequirements;
General
To be eligiblefor a flightengineerlicence,
a personmust;
(a)

Be at least1g yearsof age;

(b)

Be abre to..r9ad, speak,and understand


the
ranguage,or have an
appropriate
,.Engrish
limitationplacedon his flightengin."-r,,""n"",

(c)

Holdat leasta first - classmedicalcertificate


issuedunderpart 67 of the cASRs
withinthe 12 calendarmonthsbefore
the date ne applies,or other evidence
of
accepted
rortheissue

fr:ff"j,#aliflcation
(d)

oi-rnignt'd;;;;; rLence
part
under

complywiththe requirements
of thissubpartthatapplyto the ratinghe
seeks.

63.33 Aircraft Ratings


(a)

The specificaircrafttyperatingwill be placed


on the flightengineerlicence

(b)

To be eligiblefor an additional
type rating,an appricantmust pass
the
thatis appropriate.aircraft

yfrll,tnt

tothetvpeotaircran
torwniin
rating
is
"nloiitionat

(1) satisfaclorilycompletean.approved
flightengineertrainingprogramthat
is
appropriateto the additionaltyperatingJought;
-"" anO
(2) pass the flighttestfor that type
of aircrlft.
63.35 KnowledgeRequirements
(a)

The appricantsharfhave demonstrated


a reverof knowtedgeappropriate
to the
privilegesgrantedto the horderof
a flightengin;e,ricence,in at leastthe
following
subjects:
(1) Air law

(2)

Rulesandregurations
rerevant
to thehorderof
a flightengineer
ricence;
rures
andregurations
goveming
theoperation
of civir;id;t;;rtinent to theduties
of a flightengineer;
Aircraftgenerafknowledge
(i)
Basicprincipres RowerRrants,
gas turbines
characterisl,: -o1 fuersystemsinctuoingand/orpistonengines
fr"r contror;rubricants
ly:'r,
"_l
and rubrication
systems;
afterbumers
and inj6ctionsystems,function
andoperation
of engineignition
andstarterrvrt"r";
(ii) Principres
of operatr.on,
ninJtingprocedures
and operating
rimitations
of aircraftpowerprants;
effectsof atmospnlricconoitionson engine
performance;
(iii) Airframes,flightcontrors,structures,
wheerassembries,
brakesand
anti-skidunits,conosionand fatigu'"iir";-ic*,iiication
of
structurar
damageanddefects:

(iv)
(v)
(vi)
(vii)

(3)

lce and rainprotection


systems;
Pressurization
and air_conditioning
systems,oxygensystems;
Hydraulicand pneumaticsystemsl
Basicelectricartheory,erectricsystems(AC
and DC), aircraftwiring
bondingandscreening;
]yftems,
(viii) Principlesof operationof insti.rments,
(compasses,
butopirots,
radio
communicationequipment,radio and'radar
r;;idrti;; aids, fright
management
systems,displaysandavionics;
(ix) Limitations
of appropriate
aircraft;
(x)
Fireprotection,
detection,
suppression
and extinguishing
systems;
(xi) use and serviceabiritychecks of
equipmeit
systems of
appropriateaircraft;
"no"
F^light
p_erformance,
planningand loading

(i)
(ii)

(4)
(5)

aircraft
handtins,
ftight
ch
aracteristics
and performance
; mass andbaranc.l.rlrririi"r?,
"tf:..",:r"".1i,::i:l::g^:lr-r-oiltrioution.on
IctULI lD,
Use and oractical annlinrtinn nr
performance
of narr^*^-^
y;?.ri1:"
oata
includins
*:*::l
^application

procedures
for cruisecontrol;
Humanperformance
(i)
Humanperformance
retevantto the flightengineerincruding
principres
of threatand enor management;
Operationalprocedures

(i)

:::.:'ts:^g

maintenance,proceduresfor the maintenance


-p
of

on! in,p.aLn,, reca


ution
ary
liy:ll,::?. *j;t':ff
_pexte
1;nirir
i.g andTjlg,
u
s
J
oi
ai
;
;
;
i;
r
r
5otq,
ilff';'
p"il,
5.1
fl"::i,::.t:l^l:f

qi)
(iii)
(6)
(7)
(b)

(c)

and cabinsystems;
Normal,abnormalandemergencyprocedures;
operationarproceduresfor c-anialeor rr"igntlno
dangerousgoods;

Principlesof flight
Fundamentals
of aerodynamics;
Radiotelephony
Communication
procedures
and phraseology.

An applicant
for theoriginal
or additional
is.sue-of
classratingmust
passa writtentestfor thataircraftcrasson the a flightengineer
torrowini:
(1) Preflight
(2) Aircraftequipment.
(3) Aircraftsystems
(4) Aircrafttoading
andengineoperations
withrespectto limitation
Itl Aircraftprocedures
s
(9) Normat
operating
procedur6s
(7) Emergencyprocedures
(8) Mathematicar
computation
of engineoperations
andfuerconsumption
Beforetakingthewritten.tests
prescribed
in Paragraphs
(a)and(b)
part,an
applicant
for a flightengineerlicencemustpreseitdatista"torv of this
having
completedone of the experience
requirements
"Vfu..;;;
or part 63.37,
he
may
take
the
writtentestbeforeacquiring
theflighttrainingrequiieooJ eart63.37.

(d)

An applicantfor a flightengineerlicence
or ratingmusthavepassedthe written
requiredby Paragraphs and (b)
test
of this pai ,in* the beginningof
1i)
the 24th
carendarmonth before the month in
which the flight is taken However,
this

to'n'ppiif"ii
r"';;nffi;;liJ",ri."n"e
orratins
ifiil'"H:ffiili,:pprv
(i)

(e)

wthin theperiodending24 calendar


months
after
appricant
passedthewrittentest,is emprov"Jasthemonthin whichthe
a flightcrewmember
or
aircraftmaintenance
engineer
by an lndonlsLnaircanieror commercial
operatoroperating
eitherundei Parr121oilr a commuter
air canier
underPart135andis employed
by sucha certmcate
holder
at
the
timeof
thetimeof theflighttest;
(ii) ff employeo
as a flightciewrnember,.has
completed
initialtraining,
and,if
appropnate,
transition
or upgrade
training;
and
(iii) Meetstherecurrent
training
requirementi'or
-tr,"
tneapplicable
partor,for an
aircraft
r..tr
recency
of
.l1ftgrn""_"njin""r,
experience
requirements
of part65;oi
(2) withinthe periodendingzi Larcnaar
monthsafterthe monthin whichthe
applicant
passedthewrittentest,the
in a flightengineer
or maintenance
"pplL.nrplrticipateo
trainingprograrn
of a-Repuolif
inoone.ia
air transportation
servicebnd'iscunentfypirticip"iingin that,"n"oiieJmiritary
program.
An air canierwithan.aprygved
trainingprogramunderpart 121ofthecASRs
may,
whenauthorized
bv the DirectorcenJl-a1irovioe;
fi of thatprograma written

t""1t"ll,X*
ffit i,lt'H:f'

,osatisrv
thetebtrequireo
?oi adoitioniii"ii"s
under
"n

63.37 AeronauticalExperienceRequirements
(a)

The applicantshallhave completed,under


the supervilgl of a personacceptabre
to the DirectorGeneralfor thai purpose,not
lessthan 100 hoursof flighttimein the
performance
of the dutiesof a Rignt
ihe DirectorGeneralshalldetermine
whether
experience
"ngin""r.
asa flightgryi19er
in a nighisimutator,

;il"h i. n". approved,


is acceptable
aspartofthelotalflighttimeof r"oohourr.credit
forsuchexperience
shallbe limitedto a maximumof
S0 hours.

(b)

wlren the applicant.


has flighttime as a pilot,the DirectorGeneral
shalldetermine
whethersuch experienceiJ acceptableand,
ii io, tne extentto ;hi"h the flightgme
requirements
of (a) abovecan be reducedaccordlngry.

(c)

The applicantshallhave operationalexperience


in the performanceof the dutiesof
a flight engineer,under ihe supervislbnof
a nignt engineeracceptabreto the
DireclorGeneraffor that purpose,in at reast
ne rortowingareas:
(1)
Normalprocedures
preflightinspections
Fuellingprocedures,
fuelmanagement
Inspection
of maintenance
docJments
Normarflightdeckproceduresduring at phases
of fright
crew co-ordination
and procedurerin ..i. of crewin-capacitation
Defectreporting

(2)
(3)

Abnormaland alternate(standby)procedures
Recognition of abnormar'
functio-ni; g ;;;;r.ft
systems
Use of abnormaland alternate(stanOby)
procedures
Emergencyprocedures
Recog_n
itionof emergency
conditions
Use of appropriate
emergency
procedures.

63.39 SkillRequirements
(a)

The applicantshallhavedemonstrated
the abilityto_perform
as flightengineerof an
aircraft,the duties and proceduresoescrineJ-inpart
63.37(c)with a degreeof
appropriate
to theprivileses

;:S?:l"j."J

granteo
to thenoroeioi a"nignt
ensineer

(1)
(2)
(3)

(b)

Recognize-.and
managethreatsand errors;
Use aircraftsystemswifrinthe aircraffscapabil'ties
and limitations;
Exercisegoodjudgement
and airmansnij;
' .-..'r'
Applyaeronauticaiknowtedge;
\Il
(5) Perform all the duties as part of
an integratedcrew with the successful
outcomeassured:and
(6) communicateeffeclivelywiththe other
flightcrewmembers
The use of a flight simulationtrainingd.eviceforperforming
any of the procedures
requiredduringthe demonstration
or-srcttoescrioeoin og.Sgrn"rr o" approved
by
the DGCA' which shall ensure that the nignt
simulationtraining device is
appropriateto the task.

63.41 RetestingAfter Failure


An applicantfor a flight engineerlicencewho fails
a writtentest or practicaltest for that
licencemayapplyfor retesti-ng_
(a)

After30 daysafterthe datehe fairedthat test;or

(b)

After he has receivedadditionalpracticeor instruction


(flight,synthetictrainer,or
groundtraining,or any combination
thereof)tn.iiinecessary, in the opinionof the
DirectorGeneralor the applicantsinstructoi('f til
DirectorGeneralhas authorized
himto determinethat additionalinstruclionis n"".ir"ry)
to preparethe applicantfor
retesting.

63.42 Flight Engineer Licence lssued on


Basis of a Foreign Flight Engineer
Licence

(a)

Licence
issued'Theholderof a..cunent
foreignflightengineer
licenceissuedby a
contracting
Stateto the convention
on tntemitionilciviiAviation,'rr,o
meetsthe
requirements
of.thisPgrt,
havea fligl"rt
e;gineerlicenceissuedto himfor the
-may
operation
of civilaircraftof Indonesian
relistry.tacn flightengineer
licenceissued
underthis Part specifiesthe numberand state of iss-uance-of
the toreignflight
engineerlicenceon whichit is based.lf the noto"r
of
the-ticen"J
.rnnot read,
speak'or understand
the Englishlanguage,
the Directorc"n"i"i-iray ptaceany
limitationon the licencethit considersnecessary
for safety. prior to issue
Indonesian
flightengineer
licenceb.ased
o" t*"ign ricense
Director
Generalmust
verifytheauthenticity
of thatforeignlicenceto theissuingauthority.

12

(b)

Medicalstandardsand certiflcation.An applicant


must submitevidencethat the
meetsthe medicalstandardsfor the for.ig;
rlighi --A
licenceon which the
applicationfor a licenceunder this Part
i; ba;J. ",igin"",
current
medicalcertificate
issuedunderPart67 of the CASR;will be
."."pi"d as evidencetnaiine appticant
meetsthosestandards'However,a medical
certificateissuedunderpart 67 0f the
CASRs is not evidencethat the applicant
meets inose standardsoutsidethe
Republiblndonesiaunless the state that
issued the applicantsforeignflight
engineerlicencealso acceptsthatmedicalcertificat,e
as evidenceof the applicant,s
physicalfitness
for his foreignflightengineerlicence.

(c)

Rating lssued' The aircrafttype ratingslisted


on the applicant,sforeignflight
engineerlicence,in add.ition
to any issuedto him aftei.testingunderthe provisions
of this part, are p.racedon the appricant's
ricence. An appricant
T;hi
withoutan aircraft.type
ratingon his'foreign
n,ght "nlin.", licencemaybe issueda
type ratingif he showsthat the he cunentlyrieets
"rgi;Ler
tie requirements
ioi Lxercislng
the privileges
of hisforeignflightengineertiienceon that type
aircraft.

(d)

Privileges
and Limitations.The holderof a flightengineer
licenceissuedunderthis
Part may act as a flight engineerof a civil airiraft
o-fIndonesianregistrysubjectto
the limitations
of this.partanc anyadditionallimitations'ptaceo
on nii lic6nceby the
DirectorGeneral' He-is subjecfto these limitations
*i'ri1".
engineerof the aircraftwithinor outsidetne nepuolic'of he is actingas a flight
Indonesia.Howeverhe
mav not act as flight engineeror
other
capacity
.- r"qlli"o nignt
il "ny
crewmember,of a civir aircraftof rndonesia
registrylnat is ",
o,.
propertyfor compensation
or hire.
""r.yin!-p"iron,

(e)

Renewalof licenceand ratings.The holderof a licence


part may
havethat licenceand ratingJplacedthereonr"n"*"Jt issuedunderthis
at
the
timeof application
for renewal,the foreignflightengineerlicenceon
wnLn that licenceis basedis in
effect' Applicationfor the ienewit of the licence.no
i"iing, thereonmustbe made
beforethe expirationof the licence.

63.43 Flight EngineerCourse


An applicantfor approvalof a flight engineercourse
must submit a letterto the Director
-also
Generalrequesting
approval,and must
submitthreecopiesof eachcourseouttine,a
descriptionof the facilities ald equipment,and a
rist of the instructorsand their
qualifications'An air carrierwith an'approved
flightengineertrainingcourseunderpart
121 of the cASRs may apply
.rorapproval.oJ a ioininti course under this part by letter
without submittingthe abditionat
malgrial required-oy this paragraph.Minimum
for obtainingapprovalof a flightengineercourseare
set forth in Appendixc
:?H["fl,{ts

13

SUB PARTC.

FLIGHTNAVIGATORS

63.51 EligibilityRequirements;General
To be eligiblefor a frightnavigatorricence,a pgrsonmust(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Be at last18 yearsof age;


I
Be able to read,write,speak,and understandthe Englishlanguage;,
or have an I
"
appropriate
limitationplacedon his flightnavigator
licende;
I
I
Holda leasta second-class
medicalcertificateissuedunder part67 0f the cASRs
withinthe 12 calendarmonthsbeforethe datehe applies;
and
Complywithparts63.53,63.55,and63.57.

63.53 KnowledgeRequirements
(a)

The applicantshall have demonstrateda levelof knowledgeappropriate


to the
privilegesgrantedto the holderof a flight navigatorlicence,
iri at riasi the following
subjects:
( 1 ) A i rl a w
Rulesand regulations
relevantto the holderof a flightnavigatorlicence;
appropriateair trafficseryicespracticesand procedures;
(2) Flightperformance,
planningahOloading
(i)
loading
and mass distribution
on aircraftperformance;
!.ffecls9f
(ii)
Use of take-off, landing and other performancedata including
proceduresfor cruisecontrol;

( ) fift'Sfi
:?:":J-J:[.,?":T;11ff;i3j'lJ,?l?,?i
;if:fir::ffi::

procedures
; altimetersetting procedures;
Human performancerelevant to the flight navigator including
principles
of threatand enor management;
Meteorology
(i)
Interpretationand practicalapplicationof aeronauticalmeteorological
reports,charts and forecasts;codes and abbreviations;use of, and
proced.ures,for
obtaining,meteorological
information,
pre-flightand inflight;altimetry;
(ii)
Aeronauticalmeteorology;climatologyof relevantareas in respectof
the elementshaving an effect upon aviation;the movementof
pressure systems; the structure of fronts, and the origin
and
characteristicsof significantweatherphenomena whichaffectia ke-off
,
en-routeandlandingconditions;
Navigation
(i)
Dead-reckoning, pressure-pattem and cerestiar navigation
procedures;the use of aeronauticalcharts,radio navigation
aids and
area n_avigation
systems; specificnavigationrequireirentsfor longrangeflights;
(ii)
Use, limitation and serviceabilityof avionics and instruments
necessaryfor the navigationof the aircraft:
(iv)

(3)

(4)

(i i i )

(iv)
(v)

ofnavisation
systems
usedindeparture,
3,i_?;,ll.rlya*li!,lity
approach
phases
6t
flighi;
ioentmtaiio;';f''r.#;
ll.flll-_Tg
navigation
aids;

Principres,
characteristics
and use of serf-contained

and externar_
referencednavigation
systems;operation
of airborneequipment;

The CeleStialsohere inr:ftrrlinnrha mn.,^-aar ^r L^-.,j,tlil,".o


,,i:?.""1i:*ji1^'p1""::..:Tl11igtl".'9),;r;,1;rh;;;
q!9,identifi.catr:on
rortheil'd; ;';;ffi;;

il;
:5:f^;:!'",i?.
r.lgl|]:t..
calibration
of
sextants;
the
comptetion
of
::1,y^":,.":
fl^
navigation
v]

(5)

(6)
(7)
(b)

Yqttvt

cll ltJ

documentation
:
Definitions,
units
and
formuraeusedin air navigation;
lil
Operationalprocedures
Interpretation
and use of aeronautical
documentation
such as Alp, NoTAM,
aeronauticalcodes, abbreviations,and instrumentprocrorr"
charts for
departure,
en_route,
descentand approach;
Principtes
of flight
Radiotelephony
Communicationprocedures
and phraseology.

A passinggr?.deis evidence,f9r a period of 24 calendar


months after the test,
whichthe applicanthascomplied
withthis part.

63.55 ExperienceRequirements
(a)

An applicantfor a flightnavigatorticencemust be a graduate


courseapprovedby the DirectorGeneralor presentsalisfactoryof a flight navigator
evidenceof(1) Satisfaclorydetermination
of this positionin nigntat teasfzs times by nightby
celestialobservations
and at leasi25 timesby day by celestialobservations
in
conjunction
withotheraids:
(2) At least200 hoursof satisfactory
flight navigationin aircraftengagedin cross|

andradio
navisation
ano
oeai-'..r.o'i'g,-;r
;?il;?,1*1'ff'il:ffi
ffiTlll'
I
|
A pilot

who has logged500 hoursof cross-country


flighttime,of whichat least100
hourswereat night,maybe creditedwith not ror" thrn 100
hoursforthe purposes
of Paragraphs(a)(2)of this part.
(b)

Flight time used exclusivelyfor practicinglong range


navigationmethods,with
emphasis on cele.stialnavigationand lead -reckoning,
is consideredto be
satisfactorynavigationexperiencefor the purposesof earlirapn-taj-ot
this part. lt
must be substantiatedby a logbook,by'record of
state iir"i"ttiperations or a
certificatedair canier, or by a letter signed by a licenr"o
fligiri'navigatorand
attachedto the applicantion.

63.57 SkillRequirements
(a)

An applicantfor a flight navigatorlicencemust pass a practical


test in navigating
aircraftby(1) Deadreckoning;
(2) Celestialmeans;and
(3) Radioaidsto navigation.

15

\!)
(l)
(Q
(7)
(8)

Recognize
andmanage
threats
anderrors;
Exercise
goodjudgement
andairmanship;
Applyaeronautical
knowledge;
Perform
alldutiesas partof-anintegrated
crew;and
communicate
effectively
withtheotherflightcrewmembers.

(b)

An applicantmust pass the writtentest prescribeby part


63.53beforetakingthe
test underthis Part. However,if a delay in taiing the
test underthis part would
inconvenience
the applicantor an air
ne maytake it beforehe receivesthe
resultof the writtentest,or afterhe has
""rrier,
failedthe writtentest.

(c)

The test requirements


for this Partare set forthin AppendixA of this part.

63.59 RetestingAfter Failure


(a)

An applicantfor.aflightnavigatorlicencewhofailsa written
or practicaltestfor that
licencemayapplyfor etesting_
(1) After30 daysafterthe datehe failedthattest;or
(2) Beforethe 30 dayshaveexpiredif the appliLnt presents
a signedstatement
from a licensed flight navigator,
ground
instructor,
or any other
_licensed_
qualifiedpersonapprovedby the Director
General,certifyingthat personhas
giventhe applicantadditionalinstructionin each or
ine rrl,i"itr
and that
, - -- ]"ir"o
"
personconsidersthe applicantreadyfor retesting.

(b)

A statementfrom a licensedflight navigator,or ftom an


operationsofficialof an
approvednavigatorcourseis acceptab.te,
for the purposesparagraphs1a)(2)of this
Part,for the writtentest and for the flighttest. A statement
from personapproved
by the DirectorGeneralis acceptaolefor the written tests. a
A statementfrom a
supervisingor check navigatorwith the State aircraftoperations
is acceptablefor
the writtentest and for the practicaltest.

(c)

lf the applicantfailed the flight test, the additionalinstruction


must have been
administered
in flight.

63'60 Flight Navigator Licence tssued on Basis of


a Foreign Flight Navigator
Licence
(a)

Licenceissued. The holderof a.cunent.foreign


flightnavigatorlicence
contractingstate to the Conventionon Intemationilcivil-Aviation, issuedby a
*no meetsthe
requirements
of.thisPart,-mayhave a flightnavigatorlicenceissuedto
himfor the
operationof civilaircraftof lndonesianregistry. Eich nignt navigaloiti."n""
issued
underthis Part specifiesthe numberano dtate of issuance
6t tn" foreignflight
navigatorlicenceon which it is based. lf the holderof the
liCencecannotread,
speak,or understandthe Englishlanguage,the Director
Generalmay place any
limitationon the licence thit considersnecessaryfor safety.
irior to issue
Indonesian
flightnavigatorlicencebasedon foreignlicenseDirector
-' Generalmust
verifythe authenticityof thatforeignlicenceto the lisuing authoriiy.

(b)

y::frl^:rT::i::,

andcerriflcation.
An appricant
mustsubmitevidence
thatthe

fol.qhe_foreidri
fishi;;;t.t"i'iillr#;ffilt1i _i:
T."::ll.^T"d':il:lT-dard1
i,
ii
u.,.0
;;;;";i,ilil, J,i;"l"fi::i:
i?llTli:ii:::,::1..?.1n!:,^
i! l:f a cceptedas
p* u"i'""rinH
issu
edunder
8ilrli5#lL':
evidencethatthe applicant

amedical
iJJr"j'rijJ;'rfi;iti",i:
f::E",nl"'"^:j.lg*: H^o-y:u.gr,
"ertinEt"
tl.j
tne
apprici;i
il;t,
ilJil
;#:ftJffii.:' iil:
"il*;;i'"-#..n'ii"Jli
3l:l?,^'.,j1:,:.T:

;J;ffi; ii,il"'il,iiol,yiX
:;yp,::ilj:"::.:^:,:,:
physicalfitnessfor his1T:ll,"11llT_"q1",.r
"",tiri.rL
foreignflightnavigator
ricence.
naViOator

licenno

.lcn

anno^ta

l-.^r

-^r:--r

-- r:a

(c)

Ratinglssued. The aircrafttype ratingslistedon the applicant,s


foreignflight
navigator
licence,
in addition
to-anyissuedto himaftertestingundertheprovisions
of this part,are placedon the appticants
nigntnavig.iorr"ticence.An appticant
without
an aircraft
typeratingon hisforeignni-gnt
nauilaiorlicencemaybe issueda
typeratingif he showsthatthe he cunentlymeetsth! requirements
ior exercising
theprivileges
of hisforeign
flightnavigator
licence
onthattypeaircraft.

(d)

Privileges
and Limitations.The holderof a flightnavigatorlicenceissued
underthis
Partmay act as a flight navigatorof a civil aiicraft.oflndonesian
registry
subjectto
the limitations
of this partand any additionallimitations
placed;n hi; ticenceby the
DireclorGeneral. He is subjectto these limitations
while he is actingas a flight
navigatorof the aircraftwithinor outsidethe Republicof Indonesia.
Howeverhe
may not act as fligfll navigator
any other capacity as a requiredflight
_of
ln
crewmember,of a civil aircraftof Indonesiaregistry[n"t
ir ."r.ving personsor
propertyfor compensation
or hire.

(e)

Renewalof licenceand ratings.The holderof a licenceissued


underthispart may
havethat lice.nceand ratingsplacedthereonrenewedif, at the time of application
for renewal,the_foreignflight navigatorlicenceon which that
licenceis basedis in
effect. Applicationfor the renewalof the licenceand ratings
tnereonmustbe made
beforethe expirationof the licence.

63.61 Flight navigatorcoutses


An applicantfor approvalof a flight navigatorcourse must submit
a letterto the Director
Generalrequestingapproval,and mustilso submitthreecopies
of the courseougine,a
desoiptionof his facilitiesand equipment,and a list of
the instructorsand their
qualifications.Requirements
of the courseare set forthin Appendixg to this part.

17

SUB PARTD.

FLIGHTOPERATIONS
OFFICERS

63.71 LicenceRequired
(a)

No person
as a flightoperationsofficer(exercisingresponsibility
l1y 99t
with the
pilotin command
in the oferationalcontrolot a riignqin dnneition
with
any
aircraftin air commerceunlessthat personhas in nis'per.on"r-porr"r.ion civil
a flight
operations
officerricenceissuedunderthissubpart.

(b)

Each person who holds a flight operationsofficer


licence must presentit for
inspection
uponthe requestof the DirectorGeneiator an autnorizeo
representative
of DGCA.

63.73 Eligibilityrequirements:General.
(a)

To be eligiblefor a flightoperations
officerlicence,a personmust_
(1) Be at least21 yearsof age;
(2) Be able to read,speak,write,and understand
the Englishlanguageor have
an appropriate
limitation
placedon hisflightoperationbfficer
liience;
(3) Passthe requiredknowledgetest prescriniony
63.75 or tni, p..t;
(4) Passthe requiredpracticallestpr&cribedby
ds.zs of this p"hl"l.,o
(5) Complywith the requirements
o?Og.Z7of tni'spart.

63.75 KnowledgeRequirements
(a)

A personwho appliesfor a flightoperations


officerlicencemust passa knowledge
teston thefoilowingaeronauticar
knowredge
areas:
(1) Air taw

Rulesand regulations
relevantto the holderof a flightoperations
officer
licence;appropriate
airtrafficservicespractices
andproledures;
(2) Aircraftgeneralknowledge
(i)
Principlesof operationof aeroplanepowerplants,
systemsand
insfuments.
timitations
of aeroplanes
andpowerplants;
!!!l Operating
(iii)
Minimum
equipment
list;
(3)
Flightperformance
calculation,planning
procedures
andloading
(i)
Effectsof loadingand massdistribution
on aircraRperformance
and
flightcharacteristics;
massandbarance
carcurations;
(ii) operationalfli.ghtplanning;fuel
and endurance
calculations;altemateaerodromeseleciion
"onrrrpiion
jrocedures;
cruisecontrol;
extended
rangeoperation;
"n_.ri.
(iill Preparation
andfilingof airtrafticservices
flightplans;
principles
of computer-assisted
plannirig
,yrt"rr;
f,.") Basic
(4)
Humanperformance
performance
H-uman
relevant
to dispatch
duties;
(5) Meteorology

(i)

Aeronautical-meteororogy;
the
of pressuresystems;
the
.movement
structureof fronts,and the orgrn
and characteristics
of
significant
weather phenomenawhich affect take_o*,
!n_rort" and landing
conditions:

(b)

(6)
(7)

(8)

(e)
(b)

lnterpretation
and application
of aeronautical
meteorological
reports,
charts and forecasts;codes and abOrufiationr;
use
of,
and
proced
uresfor obtaining,meteoro
rogicarinfon{ration
;
Navigation
Principles
of air navigation
with particular
referenceto instrument
flight;
Operationalprocedures
(i) Useofaeronauticaldocumentation;
(ii) operationalproceduresfor the caniage
of freight and dangerous
goods;
(iii) Proceduresreratingto aircraftaccidents
and incidents;srnslgsnsy
flightprocedures;
(iv) Procedures
rerating
to unraMurinterference
and sabotageof aircraft;
Principles
of flight
(i)
Principlesof flightrelatingto the appropriatecategory
of aircraft;and
Radiocommunication
(i) Proceduresfor communicatingwith
aircraft and rerevant ground
stations.

The applicantmust presentdocumentary


evidencesatisfactoryto the Director
Generalof havingpasseda flight operationsofficer
knowledgetest withinthe
preceding
24 calendar
months.

63.77 ExperienceOr TrainingRequirements


An applicantfor an flightoperationsofiicerlicence
must presentdocumentary
evidence

Generar
thathehastheL"p"'iln""prescribed
inpaiasraph
(a)
,'r?:'rff'3ii,llfg:i,:fi

(a)

A totalof two yearsof servicein any one or in any combination


of the capacities
specified
in (1)to (3) inclusive,
proviiedthatin anycombination
of experience
the
periodservicedin anycapacity
shailbe at reaston" y""r,
(1) A flightcrewmember
in airtransportation;
oi
(2) A meteorologist
in an organization
dispatching
aircraftin airtransportation;
or
(3) An air trafficcontroller;
or a tec_hnicai
supervisor
of nignfil"i"tions otficers
or airtransportation
flightoperations
systems;
or

(b)

At leastoneyearas anassistant
in thedispatching
of airtransport;
or

(c)

Havesatisfactoriry
compreted
a courseof approved
training.

(d)

Theapplicant
shallhaveseryedunderthe supervision
of a flightoperations
officer
for at least g0 workingdays withinthe six' monthsimmeoiately
preceding
the
application.

(e)

The applicanthas satisfactorilv,..cgmqleted


operating
familiarization
consisting
ofl
observing
operations
fromthehigntirecr<
opJrationr,
or, for airplanes
without
anl
observer
seaton the flightdeck,froma forwardpassenger
seatwiin h;;dr.t;;l
speaker,
in the typeof airplane
he is to dispatch
withintn"eprlceoinig
lz calendarl
months.
I

63.79 Skill Requirements


The applicant
shallhavedemonstrated
the abilityto:
a)

Makean accurateand operationally


acceptableweatheranalysisfrom
dailyweathermaps and weatherreports;providean operationally a seriesof
valid briefingon
weatherconditionsprevailingin the geneialneighbourhooJ
otl rpJcinc air route;
forecastweathertrends pertinentto Lir transpoitationwith particrjiar
referenceto
destination
and alternates:

b)

Metermine
the optimumflightpathfor a givensegment,andcreateaccurate
manual
and/orcomputergeneratedflightplans;ind

c)

Provideoperatingsupervisionand all other assistanceto a


flight in actual or
simulatedadverseweatherconditions,
as appropriate
to the dutiesof the holderof
a flightoperations
officerlicence.

An applicantfor a flight operationsofiicerlicencemust pass a practical


DirectorGeneral, with respect to any one type of large aircraft test given by the
used in air canier
operations'The practicaltest must be based on the flight operations
officerpractical
standards,
as publishedby the DGCAon the itemsoufliiedin appenoxo oitnis part. test
63'80 Flight operation officer Licence lssued on Basis
of a Foreign Flight
OperationOfficer Licence
(a)

Licenceissued. The holder of a cunent foreign flight operation


officer licence
issuedby a contracting
Stateto the ConventionJn lntemational
CivilAviation,who
meetsthe requirements
of this Part, may have a flight operationomcer licence
issuedto him for the operationof civil aiicraft of Indoiesi; r{i;try.
Each flight
operationofficer licenceissuedunder this Part specifiesthe number
and State of
issuanceof th.eforeignflight operationofficer licenceon which it is
based. lf the
holderof the licencecannotread,speak,or understand
the Englishlanguage,the
DirectorGeneralmay place any limitationon the licencethat considers
necessary
for safety.Priorto issueIndonesian
flightoperationofficerlicencebasedon foreign
licenseDirectorGeneralmust verify the authenticityof tnat toieijn
li""n"" to the
issuingauthority.

(b)

Medicalstandardsand certification.An applicantmust submitevidence


that the
meetsthe medicalstandardsfor the foreignflightoperationofficerlicence
on which
the applicationfor a licenceunderthis Pirt islased. A cunent medical
certificate
issuedunderPart67 of the CASRswill be acceptedas evidenc"thAih";;pticant
meetsthose standards. However,a medicalcertificateissuedunderpart
67 of the
CASRs is not evidence that the applicant meets those standardsoutside
Republiclndonesiaunless the Staie that issued the applicant'sforeitn the
operationofficer licence also acceptsthat medicalcertificaieas eviOenc"enight
of the
applicant'sphysicatfitnessfor his foreignflightoperationofficerlicence.

20

(c)

jlf _rltinostistedon the applicant,s


foreisnfright
:::':? l:'Sg^, Il"^:'"ijt
,11j.:: ,n
inv issued
to ni, !h-"ii"rii,iJ;;jJ"t;

:::::l':.j::,:
,addition
provisions
of thispart,arepraced
onlg
theappricant's
nigniotei;ti",

thouf t. ri"i"itvp"'
"mi",li
ti.;'ff iff ffi il T,nliiijr}i-i#'?,"#i5;
fl 3t,:: ntvi
" ratinsLhe
0."^l':::1,1,_tlp?
ihowg
that
ir",".,
n"ir#ril; #"ir"il";
.if
l':::::*:f for
requirements
exercising
the privileges
of nis toreijn nighi
om.",
"p.iltioi

licenceon thattypeaircraft.
(d)

Privilegesand Limitations.The holderof a flightoperationofficer


licenceissued
under this Part may.act as a dispatcheror alivil aircraftof
Indonesianregistry
subjectto the limitations_of
this part and any additionallimitationspraceOon his
licenceby the DirectorGeneral. He is sublectto these limitations
while he is
exercisinghis previlege:as a flightoperationofficerof the aircraftwithin
or outside
the Republicof Indonesia.Howeverhe maynot act as a dispatcher
of a civilaircraft
of Indonesia
registrythat is carryingpersonsor propertyfor compensation
or hire.

63'81 Flight OperationsOfficerLicensingCourses:Contentand


MinimumHours
(a)

An approvedflightoperations
officerlicensingcoursemust:
(1) Provideinstruction
in the areasof knowledgeand topicslistedin appendixD
of thispart;
(2) Includea minimumof 400 hoursof instruction.

(b)

An applicantfor approvalof an flight operationsofficer coursemust


submitan
outlinethat describ-es
themajor topicsand subtopicsto be coveredand the number
of hoursproposedfor each.

(c)

Additional
subjectheadingsfor an flightoperations
officerlicensingcoursemayatso
be included,howeverthe hoursproposedfor any subjectsnot liieo in
appendixD
of this part must be in additionto the minimum400 course hours
requiredin
paragraph(a) of thissection.

(d)

For the purposeof completingan approvedcourse, a studentmay substitute


previousexperienceor trainingfor a portionof the minimum400
hoursof training.
The course operator determinesthe number of hours of credit based
on an
evaluationof the experienceor trainingto determineif it is
to portionsof
the approvedcourse cuniculum.The credit allowed,includini
"orp.r"ble
tn"-iotar hoursand
the basisfor it, must be placedin the student'srecordrequirJouy os.go(a)of
this
part.

63'83 Flight OperationsOfiicer LicensingCources:Application,Duration,


and
OtherGeneralRequirements
(a)

ApplicationApplication
for originalapprovalof a flightoperations
officerlicensing
courseor the renewalof approvalof a flightoperltionsofficerlicensing.ourr6
underthispartmustbe:
(1) Madein writingto theDirector
General;
(2) Accompanied
by twocopiesof the courseoutlinefor whichapproval
is sought;
by a description
(sl Arcompanied
of theequipment
andfacilities'to
beused;and
(4) Accompanied
by a listof theinstructors
andtheirqualifications.

21

(b)

(c)

Duration'Unlesswithdrawnor canceled,an approvalof a


flight operationsofficer
licensingcourseof studyexpires:
(1) on the lastday of the 24thmonthfromthe month
the approvalwas issued;or
(2) Except as providedin paragraph(f) of this .""tion,
on the date that any
changein ownershipof the schooloccurs.
Renewal.Applicationfor renewarof an approvedflight operations
officerlicensing
coursemust be made within30 days precedingthe monththe
approval
expires,
providedthe courseoperatormeetsthe following-requirements:

(1)

tiat.riigft
operations
officer
ricensins
1,,,:::,.:,?f::T["j^tp9r3_1r?1"",
foT
testrequir"o
,Iv

il^r:..?^yl?
?r1-ctil
the practical.:lttl"j.Fl.!l.e
teston theirfirst
attempt;and

ovbs.zgofthisprrt,p"rr"o

(2) The flight operationsofficer licensing course continues


to meet the
requirements
of thissubpartfor courseapproval.
(d)

course revisionsRequests
for approvalof a revisionof the courseoufline,
facilities,
'proposeo
or equipmentmust be in accordance.with.paragraph
(a) of this section.
revisionsof the courseoutlineor the description
of iaciiitiesanc equifmentmustbe
submittedin a formatthatwillallowan entirepageor pagesof the'approu"o
or descriptionto be removedand replacedbylny approvedrevision. ouline
The list
instructorsmay be revisedat any time withotit r..ir"ii for approv"r,prouio"d of
the
minimumrequirements
of 63.87of thispartare maintained
and the DirectorGeneral
is notifiedin writing.

(e)

Wthdnwal or cancellationof approval.Failureto continueto meetthe


requirements
of this subpartfor the approvalor operationof an approvedflight operations
officer
licensingcourse is groundsfor wiihdrawalof approvalof the course.
A courie
operatormay requestcancellationof course approvalby a letter to
the Director
General.^Theoperatormustforwardany recordsio the DGCA ,, ,"qr"rGd
by the
DirectorGeneral.

(0

Changein ownerchrp.A changein ownershipof a part 63, appendixD


approved
coursedoes not terminatethatflightoperationsofficerlicensing'course
approval
within10 daysafterthe datethatanychangein ownershipof th6 schooloccurs: if,
is madefor an appropriate
(1) Application
amendment
to the approval;and
(2) No change in the facilities,personnel,or approvedflighi'operations
officer
licensingcourseis involved.

(g)

Changein name or location A change in name or locationof an approved


flight
operationsofficerlicensingcoursedoes not invalidatethe approvalif, within
10 diys
after the date that any changein name or locationoccurs,the courseoperator
of
the part 63, appendixD approvedcoursenotifiesthe DirectorGeneial,in writing,
of
the change.

63.85 Flight OperationsOfficerLicensingCourses:TrainingFacilities


An applicantfor approvalof authorityto operatea flightoperationsofficercourse
of study
must have facilities,equipment,and materialsadequateto provideeach
studentthe
theoreticaland practicalaspectsof aircraftflight operations.Each room,training
booth,or
other space used for instructionalpurposesmust be temperaturecontrolled,
lighted,and
ventilatedto conform to local building,sanitation,and health codes.
ln addition,the
trainingfacilitymust be so locatedthat fhe studentsin that facilityare not
distractedby the
instructionconductedin otherrooms.

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63.87 Flight operationsofficer licensingcourses: personnet.


(a)

Each applicantfor a flight operationsofficer licensingcourse


must meet the
followingpersonnelrequirements:
(1) Each applicantmust have adequatepersonnel,including
one instructorwho
holds a flight operationsotficer licenceand is availab-le
to coordinateall
(
trainingcourseinstruction.
(2) Eachapplicantmustnot exceeda ratioof 25 students
for one instructor.

(b)

The instructor
who teachesthe practicaldispatchapplications
areaof the appendix
D coursemusthorda flightoperationsofficeisricence

63.90 Flight operationsofficer licensingcourses: Records.


(a)

The operatolof a flight operationsofficercoursemust maintaina record


for each
student,includinga chronologicallog of all instructors,subjects
covered,and
courseexaminationsand results.The recordmust be retainedfor at least
3 years
after graduation.The course operator also must prepare, for its records,
and
transmitto the DirectorGeneralnot later than January-31of each year,
a report
containing
thefollowinginformation
for the previousyear:
(1) The namesof all studentswho graduated,togetherwith the
resultsof their
flightoperationsofficerlicensingcourses.
(2) The namesof all the studentswno failedor withdrew,together
withthe results
of their flight operationsofficer licensingcoursesor the reasonsfor
their
withdrawal.

(b)

Each studentwho successfullycompletesthe approvedflight operations


officer
licensingcoursemust be givena writtenstatemeniof graduaion,whicnis
validfor
90 days.After g0 days, the courseoperatormay revalidatethe graduation
licence
for an additional90 days if the courseoperatord-etermines
that the studentremains
proficient
in the subjectareaslistedin appendixD of this part.

23

SUB PARTE.

FLIGHTATTENDANTS

63.101EligibilityRequirements;
General
To be eligiblefor a flightattendantcertificate,
a personmust;

(a)

Be at least18 yearsof age;

(b)

Be abre to read, speak, and understandthe Engrish


ranguage;or have an
appropriate
limitation
placedon hisflightattendant
certificate;

(c)

Hold at least a second- class medicalcertificateissued


under part 67 of the
CASRswithinthe 12 calendarmonthsbeforethe date he or sne
appties,or other
evidenceof medicalqualificationacceptedfor the issue
of a nignt attendant
certificate
by the DirectorGenerarunderthispart;and

(d)

Complywith the requirements


of this subpartthat apply to the ratinghe or she
seeks.

63.103 KnowledgeRequirements
A personwho appliesfor a flightattendantcertificatemust pass
a knowledgetest on the
followingaeronauticar
knowredge
areasas requiredin paragraph(a) and (b) berow.
(a)

Generalsubjects
(1) The authorityof the pilotin command,and succession
of command;
(2) RelevantSafetyand SecurityRegulations;
(3) Passengerhandling,includingun?eragechildren;
(1) Approvedcrewresourcemanagement
iraining;
(5) Companypolicymanualsrelatingto the dutiei of a flight
attendant;
(6) Customsand immigrations
procedures;
(7) Passengerbriefing;and
(8) Passenger
cabinpreparation
and securing.

(b)

Foreachairplanetype
(1) A generaldesoiptionof the aircraftemphasizingphysical
characteristics
that
may have a bearing on ditching,evacuatioln,ino in-nignt
emergency
procedures
and on otherrelatedduties;
(2) The use of both the publicaddresssystemand the
meansof communicating
withotherflightcrewmembers;
and
(3) Proper.useof electricalgalleyequipmentand the controls
for cabinheat and
ventilation.

(c)

For emergency
or securityequipment
and procedures;
(1) locationand operationof all aircraftexits,including
normal,altemateand
emergencymodesof operation;
(2) locationand use of atl emergencyequipmenton board
each aircraft;
(3) normal and altemate means of communication
and communication
proceduresfor normal,emergencyand securitysituations;
(4) altematedutiesin the eventof nd incapacitation
of othercrew members;

(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(d)

passenger
emergency
briefings
and auralcomrnands;
armedintervention
or unrulypassengers;
cabin and passengerpreparationfor emergency
randing,ditchingand
evacuation;
and
medicalemergencies
on boardincruding
administering
oxygen.

Eachtrainingprogrammustprovide

the emergency
trainingset forthin thi
with'.'p""i'to
";ffiff:il?TtJ:J'',ffif:l
?ach
airprane
tvp",=,ililfTf
required

eYu[ sU
eachkindof operation
conducted,
insofai
ru
rppropriate
ior
eacn
'rrri
::::::iP:!
ry
crewmember
and the certificate

holder. Emergencytraining
frovide the
following:
(1) Instruction in emergency assignments and procedures,
including
coordination
amongcrewmembers.
(2) lndividualinstructionin the location,function,
and operationof emergency
equipment
including:
(i) Equipmentusedin ditchingand evacuation;
(ii) Firstaidequipment
and its properuse;
(iii) Portablefire extinguishers,with emphasison type
of extinguisherto
be usedon differentclassesof fires:and
(iv) Emergencyexitsin the emergencymodewith the
evacuationslide/raft
pack attached(if applicable), trainingemphasison
the operation
ryjlh
of the exitsunderadverseconditions.
(3) lnstructionin the handlingof emergencysituations
including:
(i) Rapiddecompression;
(ii)
Fire in flightor on the surface,and smokecontrorprocedures
with
emphasison electricalequipmentand relatedcircuitbieakerstounO
in
cabin areas includingall galleys,servicecenters,lifts, lavatories
anJ
moviescreens:
(iii) Ditchingand other evacuation,includingthe evacuation
of persons
and theirattendants,
if any, who may need the assistanceof another
p_erson
to moveexpeditiously
to an exit in the eventof an
(iv) lllness,injury,or other abnormalsituationsinvolving emergency;
f""r"ng"r, o,.
crewmembers
to includefamiliarization
with the emergencymedical
kit;and
(v)
Hijackingand otherunusualsituations.
(e)

No air caniershallassigna personto act as a crewmember


on any aircraftunless
that person has receivedcrew resourcemanagementtrainingin iccordance
with
thefollowing:
(1) lnitialtrainingfor all crewmembers
shallcoverthe followingsubjecis:
(i)
attitudesand behaviors,
(ii)
communication
skills,
(iii) probtemsotving,
(iv) humanfactors,
(v)
conflictresolution,
(vi) decisionmaking,
(vii) teambuildingand maintenance,
and
(viii) workloadmanagement.
(2) Recunenttrainingas prescribedherein,shallbe givenevery
12 monthsand
cover safety and.emergencyproceduresand where possi-ble,includejoint
participationof pilotsandflightattendants:

(i )
(i i )
(iii)
(iv)

relationship
of crewmembers,
reviewof incidents/accidents
of air caniers.
presentationand discussionof selected coordinated
procedures,
and
crewmember
evacuation
drillsand debrieflng.

63.105SkillRequirements
(a)

An applicantfor a flightattendantcertificate
with a type ratingmustpassa practical
test on the dutiesof a flight attendantin the class of aircraft
for wnicn a ratingis
sought.

(b)

Theapplicant
must(1)
Showthathe or shecan satisfactory
performpreflightsafetyinspections.
(2)
In flight,showthathe or shecan satisfaclorily
p"rr6tmtn" normardutiesand
proceduresof a flightattendantreratingto that aircraft.
(3)
In flight,or in an approvedflightatteidanttrainingdevice,show
that he or
she can satisfactorilype{orm emergencyduties and 'procedures
and
recognize
and takeappropriate
actionin emergencysituations.

An applicantfor a flight attendantcertificatemust pass a practical


test given by the
Director General,with respect to any one type oi large aircraft
used in air canier
operations'The practical test must oe based on the flight
attenoani practicaltest
standards,
as published
by the DGCAon the itemsoutlinedin appendixE of thispart.
63.107Aircraft Ratings
(a)

The specificaircrafttype ratingwill be placeon the flightattendant


certificate

(b)

To be eligiblefor an originalor additionalaircrafttype rating,


an applicantmust
satisfactorily
complete an approved flight attendint trainiig
that is
f.grrr
appropriate
to the type of ratingsoughtand pass a Flightn[enoant
knowledge
writtentest for thattype rating.

63.109FlightAttendantGource
An applicantfor approvalof a flight attendantcourse must submita letter
to the Director
Generalrequesting
approval,and mustalsosubmitthreecopiesof eachcourseougine,a
descriptionof the facilities and equipment,and a list of the instructors
and their
qualifications.

APPENDTX
A.
l.

TESTREQUIREMENTS
FORA FLIGHTNAVIGATORLICENCE

Demonstrationof skill
An applicantwill be requiredto pass practical
tests on the prescribedsubjects.
mavbe givenby

lffi;f:js
il.

DGCA''$;;i";; or desisnated
nishtnavisator

The examination
The practicalexaminationconsistsof a ground
and flighttest as itemizedon the
examination
checksheet' Each item
be
completed
satisfactorily
in orcterfor
.tr;l
the appricant
to obtain.apassinggrade
rtems-s,6','7ofthe groundtestmay
be
compreted
orafry,and items 17, ,2-, 23,
.34, 36,31',ib ano 39-of rhe flighttestmay
be completedby an oral examinatiolwnen
. b.k'oilround facilitiesor navigation
equipmentmakes such procedurenecessary.
effectshafrbe madein the "Remarks,,space ln these cases a notationto that
on thechecksheet.

ilt.

Examinationprocedure
A'

B.

An applicantwill providean aircraftin which


celestialobservationscan be
takenin all directions.Minimurnequipment
shailinclud" . i"ir" ior protting,

ariinstrum"nt
ro..tar<ing-visJ"ioi",ingi,
:"i.lrT;fil:"?,nHf"a.ttimeter,
Morethanone flightmay o"
to comprete
the flighttestand any typeof
flight pattem may be uied. T.ed
The test wiir oe conoucteochieflyover
water
wheneverpracticable,and withoutt"g.rd to-r.oio
range
legs
or
radials. lt
the test is conductedchieflyover landl a chart
should be used whichshows
very littleor no topographical
and aeronautical-Jata.
The totalflighttimewill
covera periodof at leastfourhours.
one
applicant
maybe examinedat
-only
applicant
mavperform

,"tr"ffi#ldno
c'

fv.

otherlnannavig"ior-outiu,
during

\l/hen the test is conductedwith an aircraft


berongingto an air cafier, the
navigationproceduresshoutd conform to
td;; set forth in the caniels
operationsmanual' ltems of the flighttest
;hi;il,are not performedduring
the routinenavigationof the flightwiiig".il;i;;d
by orat examinationafter
the flightor at timesduringnight.wnicntne
a[prLn, indicatesmay be used
for testson thoseitems. sini" in-flight*""tn"i-"onditions,
the rjiaoility ot
the weatherforecast,and the stabilif of tne
aiicraft will have considerable
effect on an appricant'sperform.ance,
goodjudgement
must be used by the
'--eagentor examinerin evaluating
the tesis.

Ground Test
For the groundtest, in order of the numbered
items on the examinationcheck
sheet,an applicantwillbe requiredto:
A'

ldentifywithouta star identifier,


at.leastsix.navigational
starsand all planets
avairabrefor navigationat the time of the
eiaminati; ;nd'iipr.in tn.
methodof identification.

B'
c'

D'
E.
F.
c'
V.

ldentifytwo additionalstarswith a star identifier


or sky diagramsand explain
identification
procedure.
Pre-compute
a time/altitude
curvefor a periodof about20 minutesand
take
10 singleobservations
of a celestialooby wnicr,is.risingor setting
rapidly.
The intervalsbetweenobservations
shouldbe at least one minute. Mark
each observationon the.graph to show,..*r"y.
Ail,observations,
corrections,
shall plot within8 minutesof arc rroin tne iimelartituoe after
curve,
and the averageerrorshallnot exceed5 minutes
of arc.
Takeand plotone 3 starfix and 3 LoPs or tne sun. plotted
fix or an average
of LoPs mustfallwithin5 milesof the actuaip*ition
of the observer.
Demonstrateor exprainthe compensationand
swingingof a riquidtype
magneticcompass.
Demonstrate
or expraina methodof afigningonetypeof drift
meter.
or expraina methodof a[gnirig,n irtro.orprrr-oi periscopic
|""fiil:,.te
FtightTest

For the flighttest' in the orderthe numbereditems


on the examination
checksheet,
an applicantwill be requiredto:
A'
B'
^
c'
D'

E.
F
G.

H.
L
J.

K.

Demonstratehis ability to read weather symbols


and interpret synoptic
surfaceand upperair weathermaps with particular
emphasisbeingplaced
on winds.
Preparea flightplanby zonesfrom the forecastwinds
or pressuredataof an
upperair chartandthe operator's
data.
compute from the operato/s data the predictedfuet
consumptionfor each
zoneof the flight,including
the alternate.
Determinethe pointof noleturnfor the flightwithall
enginesrunningandthe
equitimepoint with one engineinoperatiie. Cr.pni"al
methodswhichare
part of the company's operations manual
nLv be used for these
computations.

Preparea cruisecontrol(howgozit)
chartfromtheoperator,s
data.
Enteractualfuel consumed
bn ihe cruisecontroi.n"rt and interpretthe
variations
of theactuarcuryefromthe predicted
curve.
check the presenceon boardand.operatin!conoition
of all navigation
equipment.
Normally
a checklistwillbe used.irrir rn".k willinclude
a time
tickor chronometer
comparison.
Any.rack
of tnoroughness
- -v""- duringthischeck
willjustify
thisitembeinggradedunsitisfactory.
Locateemergencyequipment,such as the nearestfire
extinguisher,
life
preserver,
liferafts,exits,axe,firstaidkits,etc.
Recitethe navigator's
dutiesand stationsduringemergencies
for thetypeof
aircraftusedfor thetest.
Demonstrate
the properuse of a flux gate compassor gyrosyncompass
available),
with speciaremphasiion ft,"'..ging methodsand
!whe..n
the
location
of switches,
circuitbreakers,
andfuses.lf td;; compasses
arenot
partof theaircraft's
equipment,
an orarexamination
*iriu" given.
Be accurateand use goodjudgment
.*|:,"nsetting;no irteiing headings.
Erroneous
application
or variation,deviation,
or oiift coirection,or inconect
measurement
of courseon thechartwillbegraded,, ,nr"tidir&&."vvrrvv

28

L'

I\4
N'

o'
P'
o'
R'

s'

T'
u'

v'
w'
x'

Y'
z'
Aa
,.A.

Demonstrate
or explain
theuseof characteristics
of various
chartprojections
used in long rangeair navigation,
inctuoini
plotting
tn.
of coursesand
bearinos,
andthemeasuring
o"tJiri.n.""r]","*

randmarks
bytheuseor a
3""ffi:lfifofl gri;*'ii'ntitvoeiign;teo

Use a computerwithfacilityand accuracy


for the
of winds,drift
correctio-n
and driftangfes,groundspeeds,ETAs,computation
fuelfoads,etc.
Determine-trgck,

gtr;Jr'Grc,
,"inJ'bt[" doubledriftmethod.when
a driftmeteris notpartof theaircraft':_
"no
an orarexamination
on
useof thedriftmeteranda doubre
orrn"q,pinlnt,
pl"rir"msnattbecompreted. the
Determine.ground
speedandwindbt
whena driftmeteris notolt!: rirri#t',ih;].;ng methodwitha driftmeter.
an
theprocedure
on
anda probtem
"orior"n,, orarexamination
shallbe .orpLt5o.
Demonstrate
the use o1'aiiplotror oeterriiniigwino
between
fixesandfor
of position
when

uJngt*;J;'ffi

:[H:,t"rffff]|""'ff'

absorute

Give ETAs to well definedcheck points


at reastonce each hour after the
secondhour of flight' Theaverage
enor shallnot be morethan 5 percent
the interveningtimeintervafs,
of
and the maximumerrorof any one
ETA sha'
not be morethan 10 percent.
Demonstrate*nowreoj"- ano use of
DIF equipmentand radio facirity
information. Grading6n tni, item
wiil b; ba;;d rargeryon the appricant,s
selectionof thoseradioaidswhichwill
be of
mannerwith whichhe usesequipment, rort vatueto his navigation,the
in.iriing filterbox controil,and
precisionwith whichhe reads.bearings.
the
Til;ir*.fts
compassheadingand
at compassconectionsmustoe conioeroloi"..h
bearing.
Use care in tuningto taJio stationsto
insuremaximumreceptionof signal
and checkfor interference
signals. nec"iuui
that antennaand.BFo(voice/cw) switchll,iL *ilt o" checkedto ascertain
in correctpositions.
ldentifyat least tnree rLoo tt"ti*,
usinglnte-matio_nar
Morsecode onryfor
identification'The agentor examiner
wittiunein'totn"r" stationsso that
the
havenoknowredge

,?iJxnil#it

of *re oirectron,
distance,
orftequencv
of

Takeat reastone radiobearingby manuar


useof the roop. The agentor
examiner
wit checkthe appricanri.
oearingov-t.hng
.
a mJnuat'u-earing
on
thesamestationjmmediatety
afterthe .ili;;t
show the use of goodirosirglt in
'
bearings,
and exprain
whycertainbearings
"viiuating'racio
mayUJof doubtfuf
value."
Determine
ano aplly
the conectionrequiredto be madeto
radio
bearingsbeforepioiting
"o"""tlv
themon a Mercato.ih.rt, and demonstrate
the
abilityto plot bearings
Lccuratelyon chartsoitr" Mercator
and
Lambert
conformalprojeclions.
Compute
thecompass
heading,
ETA,andfuelremaining
if it is assumed
that
diverted
to"inartemri";ilil

ataiime-rp."i-nl,o
bythe

ffilf#"#Ifl!:

check the counterscalesof a Loran receiver


for accuracy,and explainthe
basic(face)adjustments
whichaffecttuninganJcounteralignment.
A guide
sheetmaybe usedfor thistest.
uemonstrateknowfedgeof the basic principre
of Loranand the abirityto tune
a Loranreceiver,

to matchsionars,
io r"io-tid;#;il;:

LOps,andto identifyanduseJky*"u"r.

"

il;, Loran

29

AB' Takeand plot bearings


froma consolstation.and
exprainthe precautions
whichmustbe takenwnentuninga raoio
rlleiver
forconsoi
sig;ats.Arso,
discuss
those
conditions
which
aiect

tn"

LiLoirii;;;;il;;ilnr.
Demonstrate
the-abifitv
io pioperlyoperate.no ,"ro an absorute
artimeter.
Determinethe "D" faciors'r1 t-"rb,
or.omp.red readingsof an absolute
1
altimeterand a pressurealtimeter.
AE' Determinedrift angle or laieral
displacement
from the true headinglineby
application
of Beilamy'sformuraot
AF' Interpretthe altimetercomparlson
"'u.rirtion'in"r.or.
data *itn
foundat flightlevel' Fromthjs oata evaiua*,".p"ct to the pressuresystem
*.. accuracyof the prognostic
used
ror
AC'
AD'

AG'

AH'
Al'
AJ'
AK'

AL'

AM'

AN'
Ao'

yi,flf;fit
Tip

flisht
plannins
.ro .pprv'tnis
anarvsis
ioin-"lavisation

InterpretsingleLoPs for mos.tprobableposition,


and show how a seriesof
singleLoPs of the samebody may o"
,It"o io indicatethe probabletrack
and groundspeed' Also show how a
seriesof singleLops (celestialor
radio) ftom the same cerestiaroooy
oi iaoio station may be used to
determinepositionwhen the changebr
azimuinor-bearingis 30" or more
betweenobservations.
select one of the celestialLoPs used.during
the flightand explainhow to
makea singrerineof positionapprgTl
to a-pointserectedoy ine agentor
examine,givingheadings,timesand ETAs.
Demonstratethe proper lse or .n
or periscopicserctantfor
takingbearings
"rto"ompass
Determinecompassdeviationas soon
as possibleafter reachingcruising
artitudeand wheneverthereis cha.no"of
*rp"ss headingof 15. or more.
3
TakecelestiSl{es..afhourlyintervals
wnenconoitionspermit.-rh; accuracy
of these fixes shall be checked by meant
oi . Loran, radio, or visual fix
wheneverpraclicable.After alfowini f;;id p-roo.or"
-uoraot.
enor of tor"n, radio,
or visualfix, a celestialfix undert
ilnoition, should"plot within10
milesof the actualposition.
select celestialbodiesfor observlign, when possible,
whoseazimuthswill
differ by approximately120" tor a 3 body
fix and will differ by approximately
90" for a 2 bodyfix. The altitudesof tne'setecteo
bodiesshouldbe between
25" and 75" wheneverpracticable.
Have PoMAR and any otnJi iequired reports
readyfor transmissionat time
of schedule,and be ableto informthe pilot
in commandpromply with regard
to the aircraftspositionand progre* ii *mparrson
with the flightpran.
Keepa logwith

sufficient
rcbiure
enriesi;

il;j;" a recordftomwhichthe
flightcoutdbe retracted.
NotesignioTll weatherchangeswhichmight
or ground
i influencethe drift-"Jnditions,

, suchasl temperaturiDi'fa"torr,iront"i
,.ffiiff:"|h;.aircraft

AP' Determine
thewindbetween
fixesas a regurar
AQ' Estimatethe time requiredrno ru.ffiGffi practice.
speedduringa fetdown,
underconditions
specified
by the pirotiricoriffi;.
AR' work with sufficientspeedto determin"
ne'"ir"raffs positionhourtyby
celestialmeansand alsomakeall otheroor.ru.iions
and recordspertinent
to the navigation.The applicantshouldue
aoie
to
take
tne oos!rvation,
compute,and prota cerestiar
Lop withina timeiimitor a minuteiGre ano
prota LoranLop withina time rimitof 3
;il;;
for groundwavesand 4

30

AS

AT.

AU.
AV.

minutesfor sky waves;observethe absolute


and pressurealtimetersand
computethe driftor.lateral
displacement
withina timetimitof 3 minutes.
Be accuratein readinginstruments
and makingcomputations.Errorswhich
are madeand correctedwithoutaffecting
wirrbe disregarded
unless they cause considerabreross ofIh;;"6;iiln
time. An unconectede'or in
readinginstruments
and books)whichwir affectthe
::I11,:tirr2.(including
reportedpositionmorethan25 mites,.
the heading,.no; than 3o,or any ETA
morethan 15 minuteswiilcausethis itemto gr;oeJ
oe
Be alert to changingweatheror other conditions unsatistactory.
affect the navigation. An appricantshould duringflightwhich mioht
noi rrit to take ceresliar
.
observations
just priorto
encountering
a brokenol. ou",-ast sky condition,
and he shourdnot fairto takea bearingon
a radiostation,whichoperatesat
scheduledintervars
andwhichwourdbe a varuaote
aiJ to the navigation.
show a rogicarchoiceandsequencein using
tne variousnavigationmethods
accordingto time and accuracy,and checkihep;;ii;;
- determined
by one
methodagainstpositionsdetermined
by othermethods.
Use a logicalsequencein performing
ine variousorti", of a navigatorand
planworkaccordingto a schedule.T-he
moreimportantdutiesshouldnot be
neglectedfor othersof lessimportance.

APPENDIX
B. FLTGHT
NAVIGATOR
TRAINING
COURSE
REQUIREMENTS
f.

Trainingcourseoufline
A'
Format' The groundcourseoutfine
and the flightcourseouflineshall
combined
be
in one foosereatoinJe;";;-ri;il'inrtrou
a tabreof contents,
dividedintotwo parts- ground._":r:i
tabreof contentsmustJontaina rist ird'iigni'"orrr". Eachpartof the
of tne iiajor subjects,
together
hoursatottedto eachsubject
anotneiot.rli.rr,'im andflighthours. with
B.
Ground
courseouiline;
(1) rt is not mandatory
that a courseouflinehavethe subject
headings
anansedexacrvas risted-in,,tnis
pliaor"i6 fiv-;;;;;se;ent
generalheadings
or
andsubheadings
*irr oEsltistactory
provided
all
the
subjectmateriallistedhere is inituoeo-anJtn"
acceptabre
minimum
numberof hoursis assigneg
r*i.".
Each
generat
subject
J".;*
shafr be brokendowninto-oetait
snowinjitil to becovered.
(2) lf any agencydesiresto include
additional
subjectsin the ground
trainingcunicurum,
suchas intemation"i
iaw,
nidiihigi;nu,'=orro*n"r*
whicharenotrequired,
the houri
additionat
subjects
may
notbe included
"rrJ["i'ti.'?sL
in tfreminimum
classroom
nlur".
(3) The fotowing subjeclswith
crassroomhours are considered
the
minimum
coverage
ior a groundtraining
corr!" ro,.flightnavigators:

To includeCASRparts63, 91, and


To include:

Moisture
in theatmo

121.

Thunderstorms.

lctno.

_
_

wond weatherandclimate.
Weather maDs
.rapsand
and weather
weefh reports.
-

Forecastino.
rnternational
Morsecode.

Abirityto receivecodegroupsof fetters


and

numerars
at a
20

I u tltL;luqg:

Compasses.
Pressurealtimeters.
Airspeedindicators.
Driftmeters.
Bearingindicators.
Aircraftoctants.
Instrument
calibration
and alignment.
;hartsandpilotaoe

ro include:
_

15

vr rdt r pt uJecllons.

_Chart symbols.
I

rililutptes oT ptlotage.

lDeadreckonino

30

To include:
Air plot.
Groundplot.
Calculation
of ETA.
Vectoranafvsis.
vuE er computer.
Search.
Absolute
altimeterwith:
Applications
-

To include:

15

33

Principles
of construction.
Useof Bellamy'sformula.
with singledriftconection.

s of radiotransmission
and reception.

Eglio aidsto naviqation.

Quadrantal
conection.
ICAOQ code for direction

The solarsystem.
Thecelestialsphere.
Thqastronomical
tria

lEe of theAir Atmanac.


fime and its

Celestiallineof position
Staridentification.
Conectionsto ceJestialobservations.

34

Methodsof cruisecontrol.

Point-of-noreturn.

Total(exclusive
of finalexaminations
Flightcourseoufline

(1) A minimum
of 150.hours
of superyised
flighttraining.sha'
be given,of

yi:T;'nJff;f:"T:,'"1
atnight,
and
::eIili
ationmustb
uieor'll"l";ru'g,u"n
ourin'giiin,".1
ff ,.?i',:ti:,l'sjji
"' avis

;:1,?:1'

?i3

(2) A maximumof 50 hours


gf the requiredfrighttraining

maybe obtained
in acceptabretypesor syntneticnig-rti'n"uigator
trainingdevices.

(3) Frights
shourdbe at leastfourhoursin fength
andshoufdbe conducted
off civilairways.
s9T. trainingon ttng-range
flightsis desirabre,
butis
not required.Thereis no rimiito ne
irumoir
oi,iuoe,it, tn"t maybe
trainedon one fliqht,but at reasione
astrodror"oi one perrscopic
sextantmounting
rirustbe provided
roi eacngroupof fourstudents.
(4) Trainingmustbe givenin^dgai
radionavigation,
lggroning,pirotage,
celestiar
navigation,
andtheuseof
tneaos"olute
attimeter.
il.

Equipment

atreast
24&inch;
x 32snch;
;ffir;:R?:i3fftl;llll,i..,,de onetabre
in
B'

Aircraftsuitabrefor the flighttraining


must be avairabre
to the approved
to insure
that

fflf.to$rT:tor

ilf.

thenigittiaining
r.v oecompreiel'witnout

The approvedcourseoperatormay.contracl
or obtain
aircraftoperators
with
for the use of rritl"or" aircraft.A ;;;; writtenagreements
of the contractor written
agreement
withan aircraftoperator
shattbe;G;il,ilacn
ot thethreecopiesof
the courseouaine..
submittedioi approvat.In afr
the approved
operator
is responsible
forthenaturelho qualityoiinstnriction
""""r, givenduring course
flight.
Instructors
A.

sufficientcrassroom
instructors
mustbe avairabre
to preventan excessive
ratio of studentsto instructors.
Any ratiol;;;cess of 20 to 1
will be
considered
unsatisfactory.

B'

At leastone groundinstructor
mustholda validflight.navigator
certificate,
andbe utirized
to coordinate
instruction
oigrol;Jscnootsubjects.

?A

whoconducts
flighttraining
musthorda varidfrishtnavigator
5ff?JHj',ctor

tv.

Revisionof training course


A.

Requestsfor revisions colrse oulfings.,


facirities,
Jo
and equipment
ro'ow procedurer
sharl
or
the
;;;;.
Hevisions
lo:orsr"l6;;;rl
shourd
submitted
in suchformthit an
pageor pagesof the approved be
ourine
canbe removed
"ntir"
andreplaced
by
therevisions.

B.

The rist of instructorsmay be revised


at any time without requestfor

;i#?#!5.ovided
V.

theminimum
requirement
of paragrapn
V ofthissection
is

Creditfor previoustrainingand experience


A

credit may be grantedby an operator


to_students
experiencewhich is provabreano comparabre for previoustrainingand
to portilns of the approved
cunicurum.when grantingsucn creoit,
'isti'reapprw"i
operatorshourd
befullvcognizant
6r tneirJ n"i n. respdrisiilil;"
"oro" proficiency
of his
graduatesin accordance
withparagraph1.C.1.

B.

\Mere advancedcreditis ailowed,the operator


shailevaruate
thestudent,s
previoustrainingandexperience
in
,"iin in" normalpractices
of
accreditedtechnicar
"."oid.n""
schoors.Before
creditis givenioi unv groundschoor
subjector portionthereof,tnestuoenl.T.urt
passan appropriate
examination
n

,"*,
t1 .i^r,in ti},i, the basisfor credit
:;I""*ll", : # ?ff hou
Il.^::
: yit"
ti{c9
rs a
".; i. "
;1;ft

lll,";,;ffi
%ffXr*"
C.

"r

Jil J,l'#ifr:,
ffi#:l"il".

credit up to a maximumof 50 hourl_tgwSrd


the-flighttrainingrequirement
maybe givento pilg_ts
whohavelotgedat leait-sodhor* while
a member
of a flightcrewwhichrequireda c"e-rtiticateo
nighi-n"Jg"to,
or
the
Armed
Forcesequivarent.
A simiiar
r"y arsobe givento a ricensed
officerof the Maritime
"i"oii
servicewno nas servedas iuch for at reast deck
oneyear

ti;e_;d itedunoer the terms


grjle night
li,??iT;::j?:^:^",::
1;be
:.:I1ll
mav
.ppii"J
toward
theso-hou;T#iJ#?,iffi;

:Jr$[J;fi,sffi^

vt. Studentsrccordsand reports


Approvalof a courseshallnot be continued
keepsan accuraterecordof each student,in effectunfessthe courseoperator
i;"rr;ifu-. chronorogicar
rog of arl
instruction'
subjectscoveredandcourseexaminationiand
grades,andunresshe

*;;;:;.,ary31oreach
year,
i;;:i,.ff,,'illl;fifJ]H3,^,::^9^Ti,1":
report
a
containing
l*ltn" pr.ui#
thefonowing
information
for
H,Hjr;H;
A'

The namesof all studentsgraduated,


togetherwith theirschoolgradesfor
groundandflightsubjects.

B.
Vll.

The names of at studentsfaired


gradesand reasonsfor oropprng. or dropped,togetherwith their schootl

Qualityof instruction
Approvalof a courseshatlnot be continued
in effectunlessat

g0

leas,t percentdf
d;t;sraduation
.,."toq,.rirv
onthenrliattempt
;i:,''"Yf;15#i',:fffl:#J1i'.jt
Vlll.

Statementof graduation
Eachstudentwho successfuffy.completes
an approvedflightnavigatorcourse
be givena statementof graduauon.
shall

lX.

Inspections
Approvedcourseoperationswill,beinspected
by authorizedrepresentatives
of the
Director General as often as demand
n.""$itates ensuring that instruction
is
standards,
but

&il:lirr;lJffijr"fl|,re.d

x.

t" pl'i"ooetween
in.pJ"tion,
shalnot

Changeof ownership, name,or location


A-

Change of oylershjr. AROrovalof a flight


navigatorcourse shail not be
continuedin effectaftertfrecolr:: nas cning.J
o*n"rrhip. The new owner
'na newapprovar
bv

lrfi?:f

foilowinslnr
lir*"oureprescrib;;;;,originar

B.

changein nam_e.An approved.course.changed


in namebut not changedin
ownershipsharrremainvarid
reportedby the approved
courseoperatorto the DGCA. {A lh:
"t.ng;]"
letter
of ipproval underthe new name wilt
be issuedby the DGCA.

c'

change in location'An approvedcourseshall


remainin effecteven though
the approvedcourse operatorchanges lo""tion
if the change is reported
withoutdelay by the operatorto the occe;hi;i
wilt inspectthe facititiesto
be used. rf they are foundto be adequate,
, r"tt"r of approvarshowingthe
new locationwill be issuedby the DGiA.

Cancellationof approval
A'

Failureto meet or maintainany of the requirements


set forth in this part for
the approvalor operationof in approved
flight navigator@urse shall be
consideredsufficientreasonfor canceilation
of-theapprovar.

B'

lf an operatorshoulddesirevoluntarycancellation
shourd submit the effectiverefter or approuar of his approvedcourse,he
and a written request for
cancellationto the DirectorGeneral.

Xll.

Duration
The authorityto operatean
appro.vedflight navigatorcourse
calendarmonthsafterthe rastday
shall expire 24
of the monthof issuance.

Xlll. Renewal

Application
for renewaf
of authority
to operatean approved
flightnavigator
maybe madeby letterto theDGCA.i
course
rny
time
within
oo'oays
before
the
date' Renewar
expiration
of the rpprou"i*irio"punoupontne
Lorrr" operator
currentconditions
the
for appiovat
anohiving, ,Jti;i.;iJri"r""oro as an meeting
operator.

APPENDIX
C. FLIGHTENGINEER
TRAININGCOURSEREQUIREMENTS

t.

Trainingcourseoutline
A.

Format. The ground course oufline and the flight course ouiline are
independent.Each must be containedin a loose-leafbinderto includea
tableof contents.lf an applicantdesiresapprovalof both a groundschool
courseand a flightschoolcourse,they mustbe combinedin one loose-leaf
binderthat includesa separatetableof contentsfor eachcourse. Separate
courseoutlinesare requiredfor each type of aircraft.

B.

Groundcourseoutline.
(1)

lt is not mandatorythat the subjectheadingsbe arrangedexacflyas


listedin this paragraph.Any arrangement
of subjectsis satisfactory
if
all the subject materiallisted here is includedand at least ihe
minimumprogrammedhours are assignedto each subject. Each
generalsubjectmustbe brokendownintodetailshowingthe itemsto
be covered.

(2)

lf any courseoperatordesiresto includeadditionalsubjectsin the


groundcoursecuniculum,such as intemational
law,flighthygiene,or
others that are not required,the hours allottedthese additional
subjectsmay not be includedin the minimumprogrammed
classroom
hours.

(3)

The following subjects and classroomhours are the minimum


programmedcoveragefor the initial approvalof a groundtraining
@ursefor flightengineers.subsequentto initialapprovalof a ground
trainingcoursean applicantmay applyto the DirectorGeneralfor a
reductionin the programmedhours. Approvalof a reduclionin the
approved programmed hours is based on improved training
effectivenessdue to improvementsin methods,trainingaids,qualityof
instruction,
or anycombination
thereot.

Subject

Classroomhours

C i v iA
l vi a ti oS
n a fe tyR e g u l a tions..............
.....................10
To includethe regulations
of thischapterthatapplyto flightengineers
Theoryof Flightand Aerodynamics

10

AircraftFamiliarization
To includeas appropriate:
Specifications.
Constructionfeatures.
Flightcontrols.
Hydraulicsystems.

90

39

Pneumatic
systems.
Electricalsystems.
Anti-icing
and de-icing
systems.
Pressurization
and air-cond
itioning systems.
Vacuumsystems.
Pilotstaticsystems.
Instrument
systdms.
Fuelandoilsystems.
Emergency
equipment.
EngineF amiliarization...........
To includeas appropriate:
Specifications.
Construction
features.
Lubrication.
lgnition.
carburetorand induction,
supercharging
andfuelcontrolsystems
Accessories.
Propellers.
Instrumentation.
Emergency
equipment.
NormalOperations
(GroundandFlight)
To includeas appropriate:
Servicingmethodsand procedures.
Operationof all the aircraftsystems.
Operationof all the enginesystems.
Loadingand centerof gravitycomputations.
Cruisecontrol(normal,longrange,maximumendurance)
Powerand fuel computation.
Meteorology
as applicable
to engineoperation

45

........50

E m e rg e n cy
Op e ra ti o n............
s
80
To includeas appropriate:
Landinggear,brakes,flaps,speedbrakes,and leadingedgedevices
Pressurization
and air,conditioning.
Portablefire extinguishers.
Fuselagefire and smokecontrol.
Lossof electricalpower.
Enginefire control.
Engineshut-downand restart.
Oxygen.
Total (exclusiveof finaltests)
235

Theabovesubjects,
exceptTheoryof FlightandAerodynamics,
and Regulations
mustapplyto the sametypeof aircraftin whichthe studentflightengin6er
is to
receiveflighttraining.

FlightCourseOuiline.
SUBJECT

NORMALDUTIES,PROCEDURES
AND OPERATIONS
To includeas appropriate:
(
Aircraftpreflight.
Engine starting, power checks, pretakeoff,posflanding
and shuldown
procedures.
Powercontrol.
Temperature
control.
Engineoperationanalysis.
Operationof all systems.
Fuelmanagement.
Logbookentries.
Pressurization
and airconditioning.
RECOGNITION
AND CORRECTION
OF IN-FLIGHTMALFUNCTIONS
To include:
Analysisof abnormalengineoperation.
Analysisof abnormaloperationof all systems.
Conectiveaction.
EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS
IN FLIGHT
To includeas appropriate:
Enginefirecontrol.
Fuselagefire control.
Smokecontrol.
Lossof poweror pressurein eachsystem.
Engineoverspeed
Fueldumping.
Landinggear,spoilers,speedbrakes,and flapextensionand retraction.
Engineshut-down
and restart.
Useof oxygen.
(1)

lf the DirectorGeneralfinds a simulatoror flight engineertraining


device to accurateryreproduce the design, function] and controt
characteristics,
as pertainingto the dutiesand responsibilities
of a flight
engineero1 the type of aircraftto be flown,the flight trainingtime may
be reducedby a ratio of t hour of flight time to 2 hourjof aircraft
simulatortime,or 3 hoursof flightengineertrainingdevicetime,as the
casemaybe,subjectto the followinglimitations:
(a)

Except as providedin subdivision(b) of this paragraph,the


requiredflightinstructiontimein an aircraftmay not bJ lessthan
5 hours.

(b) As to a flightengineerstudentholdingat leasta commercial


pilot
licence with an instrument rating, aircraft simulator oi a
combinationof aircraft simulatorand flight engineertraining
device time may be submittedfor up to all 1o'hours of th6

41

requiredflightinstructiontime in an aircraft.However,not more


than 15 hoursof flight engineertrainingdevicetime may be
substituted
for flightinstruction
time.
(2) To obtaincreditfor flighttrainingtime,aircraftsimulatortime,or flight
engineertrainingdevice time, the student must occupy tne flight
engineerstationand operatethe controls.
il.

ClassroomEquipment
Classroomequipmentshouldconsistof systemsand proceduraltrainingdevices,
satisfactoryto the DirectorGeneral,that duplicatethe operationof the jystems of
the aircraftin whichthe studentis to receivehisflighttraining.

ilt.

tv.

V.

Contractsor Agreements
A.

An approvedflightengineercourseoperatormaycontractwith otherpersons
to obtain suitableaircraft,aircraftsimulators,or other trainingdevicesor
equipment.

B.

An operatorwho is approvedto conductboth the flight engineerground


course and the flight engineerflight course may contract with others to
conduct one course or the other in its entiretybut may not contractwith
othersto conductbothcoursesfor the sameaircrafttype.

C.

An operatorwho has approvalto conducta flightengineergroundcourseor


flightcoursefor a type of aircraft,but not bothcourses,may not contractwith
anotherpersonto conductthatcoursein wholeor in part.

D.

An operatorwho contractswith anotherto conducta flight engineercourse


may not authorizeor permitthe courseto be conductedin wholeor in partby
a thirdperson.

E.

In all cases, the @urse operatorwho is approvedto operatethe course is


responsible
for the natureandqualityof the instruction
given.

F.

A copy of each contractauthorizedunderthis paragraphmust be attachedto


each of the 3 copiesof the courseouilinesubmittedfor approval.

Instruc-tors
A.

Only licensedflightengineersmay give the flightinstruction


requiredby this
appendixin an aircraft,simulator,
or flightengineertrainingdevice.

B.

Theremustbe a sufficient
numberof qualifiedinstructors
availableto orevent
an excessratioof studentsto instructors.

Revisions
A.

Requestsfor revisionsof the course outlines,facilitiesor equipmentmust


followthe proceduresfor originalapprovalof the course.Revisionsmust be
submittedin such form that an entire page or pagesof the approvedouline
can be removedand replacedby the revisions.

42

B'

vl.

The list of instructorsmay be revisedat any time without requestfor


approval, if the requirementsof paragraph(d) of this appendix are
maintained.

GroundSchool Gredits
Creditmay be granteda studentin the groundschoolcourseby the course
operatorfor comparable
previoustrainingor experiencethatthe studentcan
show by writtenevidence:however,the courseoperatormuststill meetthe
qualityof instruction
as describedin paragraph
(h) of thisappendix.
B,

Vll.

vlll.

Beforecreditfor previoustrainingor experiencemay be given,the student


mus_tpass a test given by the courseoperatoron the suOlectfor which the
creditis to be given.The courseoperatorshallincorporate
resultsof thetest,
the basisfor creditallowance,and the hourscreditedas partof the student's
records.

Recordsand reports
A.

The course operatormust maintain,for at least two years after a student


graduates,fails,or dropsfrom a course,a recordof the studentstraining,
includinga chronological
log of the subjectcourse,attendance
examinationi
and grades.

B.

Exceptas providedin paragraph(3) of this section,the courseoperatormust


submitto the DirectorGeneral,not later than January3l of dach year, a
reportfor he previouscalendaryeals training,to include:
(1)
Name,enrollment
and graduation
dateof eachstudent:
(2) Groundschoolhoursand gradesof eachstudent;
(3)
Flight, aircraftsimulator,flight engineertrainingdevicehours,and
gradesof eachstudent;and
(4)
Namesof studentsfailedor dropped,togetherwiththeirschoolgrades
and reasonsfor dropping.

c.

Upon request,the DirectorGeneralmaywaivethe reportingrequirements


of
paragraph(2) oI this sectionfor an approvedflight engineercoursethat is
part of an approvedtraining@urse under subpart N of part 121 of this
chapter.

Quality of Instruction
A.

Approvalof a groundcourseis discontinued


wheneverless than 80 percent
of the studentspassthe DGOAwrittentest on the first attempt.

B.

Approvalof a flightcourseis discontinued


wheneverlessthan80 percentof
the studentspassthe DGCApracticalteston the first attempt.

c.

Notwithstanding
paragraphs
(1) and (2) of this section,approvalof a ground
or flightcoursemay be continuedwhenthe DirectorGeneralfinds(1) That the failureratewas basedon lessthan a representative
number
of students:or

(2)

tx.

That the courseoperatorhas takensatisfactory


meansto improvethe
effectiveness
of the training.

TimeLimitation
Eachstudentmust applyfor the writtentest and the flighttestwithing0 daysafter
completing(
the groundschoolcourse.

X.

xt.

Statementof Course Completion


A.

The courseoperatorshallgiveto each studentwho successfully


completes
an approvedflightengineergroundschooltrainingcourse,and passesthe
DGCA writtentest, a statementof successfulcompletionof the coursethat
indicatesthe date of training,the typeof aircrafton whichthe groundcourse
trainingwas based,and the numberof hoursreceivedin the groundschool
course.

B.

The courseoperatorshallgive each studentwho successfully


completesan
approvedflig-htengineerflightcourse,and passedthe DGCApracticaltest,a
statementof successfulcompletionof the flight coursethat indicatesthe
dates of the training,the type of aircraftused in the flightcourse,and the
numberof hoursreceivedin the flightcourse.

C.

A courseoperatorwho is approvedto conductboth the groundcourseand


the flight coursemay includeboth coursesin a singlestatementof course
completionif the provisionsof paragraphs(1) and (2) of this sectionare
included.

D.

The requirementsof this paragraphdo not apply to an air canier or


commercialoperatorwithan approvedtrainingcourseunder part l21of this
chapter providingthe student receivesa flight engineer licence upon
completionof thatcourse.

lnspections
Eachcourseoperatorshallallowthe DirectorGeneralat any time or place,to make
any inspectionnecessaryto ensure that the quality and effectivenessof the
instruction
are maintained
at the requiredstandards.

xil.

Changeof Ownership,Name,or Location


A.

Approvalof a flightengineergroundcourseor flightcourseis discontinued


if
the ownershipof the coursechanges.The new owner must obtaina new
approvalby followingthe procedureprescribed
for originalapproval.

B.

Upon a changein the nameof the coursethat is reportedto the Director


Generalwithin30 days.The DirectorGeneratissuesa new letterof approval,
usingthe newname,uponreceiptof noticewithinthattime.

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C'

Approvalof a flight engineergroundcourse or flight coursedoes


not
terminate^
upon a changein locationof the coursethat is reportedto the
DirectorGeneralwithin30 days.The DirectorGeneralissuesa new
letterof
approval,showingthe new location,uponreceiptof noticewithinthat time,
if
he findsthe newfacilitiesto be adequate.

Xlll. Cancellationof Approval

A'

Failureto meet or maintainany of the requirements


of this appendixfor the
approval.ofa flight engineergroundcourseor flight courseis reasonfor
cancellation
of the approval.

B'

lf a courseoperatordesiresto voluntarilyterminatethe course,he should


notifythe DirectorGeneralin writingand retumthe lastletterof approval.

XlV. Duration
Exceptfor a courseoperatedas part of an approvedtrainingcourseundersubpart
N of part 121 of this chapter,the approvalto operate a Rigntengineerground
courseor flight courseterminates24 monthsafter the last day of the monthof
issue.
XV.

Renewal
A.

Renewalof approvalto operatea flight engineergroundcourseor flight


courseis conditioneduponthe courseoperatofsmeetingthe requirements
of thisappendix.

B.

Applicationfor renewalmay be made to the DirectorGeneralat any time


after60 days beforethe terminationdate.

XVl. CourseOperatorApprovals
An applicantfor approvalof a flightengineergroundcourse,or flightcourse,or
both, must meet all of the requirements
of this appendixconcemiig application,
approval,
andcontinuing
approvalof thatcourseor courses.

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APPENDIXD. FLIGHTOPERATIONS
OFFICERSOVERVIEW

This appendixsets forth the areas of knowledgenecessary perform


to
dispatcher
functionsrhe itemslistedbelowindicatethe minim-um
set of topicsthat mustbe covered
in a trainingcoursefor flightoperationsofficerlicensing.The order
of coverage(s at the
discretion
of the approvedschool.
l.

Regulations
A.
B.
C.
D.

ll.

SubpartD of thispart;
CASRParts1, 25,61, 91, 92, 121, 135,139,
170and g30;
ICAOAnnexesapplicable
to dutiesand responsibilities
of FOO;
GeneralOperatingManual.

Meteorology
A.

BasicWeatherStudies
(1) The earth'smotionand its effectson weather.
(2) Analysis of the followingregional weather types, characteristics,
and
structures,
or combinations
thereof:
(a) Maritime.
(b) Continental.
(c) potar.
(d) Tropicat.
(3) Analysis of the following local weather types, characteristics,
and
structuresor combinations
thereof:
(a) Coastal.
(b) Mountainous.
(c) tsland.
(d) Ptains.
(4) The followingcharacteristics
of the atmosphere:
(a) Layers.
(b) Composition.
(c) GtobatWindpattems.
(d) Ozone.
(5) Pressure:
(a) Unitsof Measure_
(b) WeatherSystemsCharacteristics.
(c) TemperatureEffectson pressure.
(d) Attimeters.
(e) pressureGradientForce.
(0 pressurepattemFlyingWeather.
(6) Wind:
(a) MajorWnd Systemsand CoriolisForce.
(b) Jetstreamsand theirCharacteristics.
(c) LocalWindand RelatedTerms.
(7) Statesof Matter:
(a) Solids,Liquid,andGases.
(b) Causesof changeof state.

(8 ) C l o u d s:
(a) Composition,
Formation,
andDissipation.
(b) TypesandAssociated
precipitation.
(c) Use of CloudKnowledge
in Forecasting.

(e) Fos:

(a) Causes,Formation,
and Dissipation.
(b) Types.
(10)lce:
(a) Causes,Formation,
and Dissipation.
(b) Types.
(11) Stabitity/tnstabitity:
(a) Temperature
LapseRate,Convection.
(b) Adiabaticprocesses.
(c) Liftingprocesses.
(d) Divergence.
(e) Convergence.
(12) Turbulence:
(a) JetstreamAssociated.
(b) PressurepattemRecognition.
(c) LowLevelWindshear.
(d) MountainWaves.
(e) Thunderstorms.
(0 ClearAir Turbulence.
(13) Airmasses:
(a) Classification
andCharacteristics.
(b) SourceRegions.
(c) Use of AirmassKnowledgein Forecasting.
(14) Fronts:
(a) Structureand Characteristics,
BothVerticaland Horizontal.
(b) FrontalTypes.
(c) FrontalWeatherFlying.
(15) Theoryof StormSystems:
(a) Thunderstorms.
(b) Tomadoes.
(c) Hunicanesand Typhoons.
(d) Microbursts.
(e) Causes,Formation,
and Dissipation.
B.

Weather,Analysis,and Forecasts
(1) Observations:
(a) SurfaceObservations.

(i) Observations
madeby certified
weatherobserver.
(ii) Automated
WeatherObservations.
(b) Terminal
Forecasts.
(c) Significant
EnrouteReports
andForecasts.
(i) PilotReports.
(ii) AreaForecasts.
(iii) Sigmets,Airmets.
(iv) CenterWeather
Advisories.
(d) Weather
lmagery.
(i) Surface
Analysis.

47

(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)

WeatherDepiction.
SignificantWeatherprognosis.
\Mndsand TemperaturJAloft.
Tropopause
Chart.
Composite
MoistureStabitity
Chart.
lull
(vii) SurfaceWeatherprognosticChart.
(viii) RadarMeteorology.
(ix) SatelliteMeteorology.
(x) Otherchartsas applicable.
(e) Meteororogicar
Information
Datacoilectionsystems.
(2) Datacoilection,Anarysis,
and ForecastFacirities.
(3) serviceouflets providingAviationweather products.

C.

lll.

WeatherRelatedAircraftHazards
(1) Crosswinds
andGusts.
(2) Contaminated
Runways.
(3) Restrictions
to SurfaceVisibitity.
(4) Turbulence
andWindshear.
(5) tcing.
(6) Thunderstorms
and Microburst.
(7) VolcanicAsh.

Navigation
A.

Studyof the Earth


(1) Timereferenceand location(0 Longitude,
UTC).
(2) Definitions.'
(3) Projections.
(4) Charts.

B.
C.

ChartReading,Application,
and Use.
NationalAirspaceplan.

D.

Navigation
Systems.

E.

AirbomeNavigationlnstruments.

F.

lnstrumentApproachprocedures.
(1) Transitionprocedures.
(2) PrecisionApproachprocedures.
(3) Non-precisionApproachprocedures.
(4) Minimumsand the relationship
to weather.
SpecialNavigation
andOperations.
(1) NorthAflantic.
(2) pacific.
(3) GlobalDifferences.

G.

AIRCRAFT
A.

AircraftFlightManual.
B. SystemsOverview.
(1) Flightcontrots.

(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)

c.
D.

V.

Hydrautics
Electrical.
Air Conditioning
andpressurization.
lce and Rainprotection.
Avionics,
Communication,
and Navigation.
Powerplants
andAuxiliarypowerUn-its.
Emergencyand Abhormalprocedures.
FuelSystemsand Sources.
MinimumEquipment
Lisuconfiguration
Deviation
List(MEL/CDL)
and
Applications.
Performance.
(1) Aircraftin general.
(2) Principtes
of flight:
(a) Groupone aircraft.
(b) Grouptwo aircraft.
(3) AircraftLimitations.
(4) Weightand Balance.
(5) Flightinstrument
errors.
(6) Aircraftperformance:
(a) Take-offperformance.
(b) En routeperformance.
(c) Landingperformance.

Communications
A. Regulatory
requirements.
protocol.
B. Communication
C. Voiceand DataCommunications.
D. Noticeto Airmen(NOTAMS).
E. Aeronautical
Publications.
F. AbnormalProcedures.
Air Traffic Control
A. Responsibilities.
B. Facilities
and Equipment.
C. Airspaceclassification
and routestructure.
D. FlightPlans.
(1) Domestic.
(2) lntemational.
E. Separation
Minimums.
F. PriorityHandling.
G. HoldingProcedures.
H. TrafficManagement.

vil.

Emergencyand Abnormatprocedures
A. Securitymeasureson the ground.
B. Securitymeasuresin the air.
C. DGCAresponsibility
and services.
D. Collectionand dissemination
of informationon overdueor missingaircraft.
E. Meansof declaringan emergency.
F. Responsibility
for declaringan emergency.

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G
H.

Required
reporting
of an emergency.
NTSCreporting
requirements.

Vlll. PracticalDispatchApplications
A.

B.

HumanFactors.
(
(1) Decisionrnaking:
(a) SituationAssessment_
(b) Generation
and Evaluation
of Alternatives.
(i) Tradeoffsand prioritization.
(ii) ContingencyPlanning.
(c) SupportToolsandTechnologies.
(2) HumanError:
(a) Causes.
(i) Individual
andOrganizational
Factors.
(ii) Technology-lnducedEnor.
(b) Prevention.
(c) Detectionand Recovery.
(3) Teamwork:
(a) Communication
andInformation
Exchange.
problem_Solving.
(b) Cooperative
and Distributed
(c) ResourceManagement.
(i) Air TrafficControl(ATC)activitiesand workload.
(ii) Flightcrewactivitiesand workload.
(iii) Maintenance
activitiesandworkload.
(iv) OperationsControlStaffactivitiesand workload.
AppliedDispatching.
pilot.
(1) Briefingtechniques,
Dispatcher,
(2) Preflight:
(a) Safety.
(b) WeatherAnalysis.
(i) Satelliteimagery.
(ii) Upperand loweraltitudecharts.
(iii) Significanten routereportsand forecasts.
(iv) Surfacecharts.
(v) Surfaceobservations.
(vi) Terminalforecasts.
(c) NOTAMSand airportconditions.
(d) Crew.
(i) Qualifications.
(ii) Limitations.
(e) Aircraft.
(i) Systems.
(ii) Navigation
instruments
and avionicssystems.
(iii) Flightinstruments.
(iv) Operations
manualsand MEUCDL.
(v) Performanceand limitations.
(0 FlightPlanning.
(i) Routeof flight.

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1.

standardInstrument
Departures
and standardrerminal
ArrivalRoutes.
2. En routecharts.
3. Operational
altitude.
4. Departure
and arrivalcharts.
(ii) Minimumdeparturefuel.
1. Climb.
2. Cruise.
3. Descent.
(g) Weightand balance.
(h) Economics
of flightoverview(performance,
Fuelrankering).
(i) Decisionto operatethe flight.
0) ATCflightplanfiling.
(k) Flightdocumentation.
(i) Flightplan.
(ii) Dispatchrelease.
(3) Authorize
flightdeparture
withconcurenceof pilotin command.
(4) In-flight operationalcontrol:
(a) Cunentsituational
awareness.
(b) Information
exchange.
(c) Amendoriginalflightreleaseas required.
(5) Post-Flight:
(a) Anivalverification.
(b) Weatherdebrief.
(c) Flightinegularityreportsas required.

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APPENDIXE.

FLIGHTATTENDANTSOVERVIEW

This appendixsets forth the areasof knowledgenecessaryto perform


flight attendant
functions.
The itemslistedbelowindicatethe minimumset of topicsthat must
be covered
in a trainingcourse for flight attendantcertifications.The order oi
iou"irge is at the
discretion
of the approvedschool.
l.

Regulations
A.
B.
C.

ll.

SubpartE of thispart;
CASRparts1, 92,121,and 135;
GeneralOperatingManual.

KnowledgeRequirements
A. Personwho appliesfor a flightattendantcertificatemust passa knowledge
test
on the followingaeronautical
knowledgeareasas requiredin paragraph(1) and
(2) below:
(1) GeneralSubjecls
(a) BasicAviationKnowledge;
(b) The authorityof the pilotin command,and succession
of command;
(c)
RelevantSafetyand SecurityRegulations;
(d)
Passengerhandling,includingunderage children;
(9) Approvedcrewresourcemanagement
training;
(0
Companypolicymanualsrelatingto the dutiel of a flightattendant;
(g) Customsand immigrations
procedures;
(h)
Passengerbriefing;and
Passengercabinpreparation
and securing.
^ q)
(2) For eachairplanegpe
(a) A general description of the aircraft emphasizing physical
characteristics
that may have a bearingon ditching,evac-uation,
ano
in-flightemergency
procedures
and on otherrelatedduties;
(b) The use of both the public address system and the means of
communicating
withotherflightcrewmembers;
and
(c)
Proper use of electricalgalley equipmentand the controlsfor cabin
heatand ventilation.
(3) For emergencyor securigequipmentand procedures;
(a)
locationand operationof all aircraftexits, includingnormal,altemate
and emergency
modesof operation;
(b) location
anduseof allemergency
equipment
on boardeachaircraft;
(c)
normaland altematemeansof communication
and communication
(d)
(e)

(0

(g)
(h)

procedures
fornormal,
emergency
andsecurity
situations;
altematedutiesin the eventof the incapicitation
of othercrew
members;
passenger
emergency
briefings
andauralcommands;
armedintervention
or unrulypassengers;
cabinandpassenger
preparation
for emergency
landing,
ditching
and
evacuation;
and
medicalemergencies
on boardincluding
administering
oxygen.

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(4) Eachtrainingprogrammustprovidethe emergencytraining


set forthin this
sectionwith respectto eachairpranetype,moder,and .oingurrtion,'each
requiredcrewmember,and each kind of operationconducted,insofar
as
appropriatefor each crewmemberand the certificateholder.'Emergency
trainingmustprovidethefollowing:
(a) Instructionin emergencyassignmentsand procedures,
including
coor0ination
amongcrewrnembers.
(b) lndividual instructionin the location, function. and operation
of
emergency
equipment
including:
(i) Equipmentusedin ditchingand evacuation:
(ii) Firstaid equipment
and its properuse;
(iii) Portablefire extinguishers,
with emphasison type of extinguisher
to be usedon differentclasses
of fires;and
(iv) Emergencyexits in the emergencymode with the evacuation
slide/raftpackattached(if applicable),
withtrainingemphasison the
operationof the exitsunderadverseconditions.
(c) Instruction
in the handlingof emergency
situationsincluding:
(i) Rapiddecompression;
(ii) Fire in flightor on the surface,and smokecontrolprocedures
with
emphasison electrical
equipment
and relatedcircuiibreakersfound
in cabin areas includingall galleys,servicecenters,lifts, lavatories
and moviescreens;
(iii) Ditchingand otherevacuation,
includingthe evacuationof persons
and their attendants,if any, nfro may need the assistanceof
anotherpersonto move expeditiously
to an exit in the eventof an
emergency;
(iv) llness,injury,or otherabnormalsituationsinvolvingpassengers
or
crewmembers
to includefamiliarization
with the emergencymedical
kit;and
(v) Hijackingand otherunusualsituations.
(5) Crewresourcemanagement
trainingin accordance
withthe following:
(a) lnitialtrainingfor all crewmembers
shallcoverthe followingsubj-ects:
(i) attitudesand behaviors,
(ii) communication
skills,
(iii) problemsolving,
(iv) humanfactors,
(v) conflictresolution,
(vi) decisionmaking,
(vii)teambuildingand maintenance,
and
(viii)workloadmanagement.

ilt.

Skill Requirements

(a)

An applicantfor a flight attendantcertificatewith a type ratingmustpass a practical


test on the duties of a flight attendantin the class-ofaircraftfor wnich a iating is
sought.

(b)

The applicantmust(1) Showthat he or she can satisfactoryperformpreflightsafetyinspections.

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tv.

(2) In flight,showthathe or shecansatisfactorily


performthe normaldutiesand
procedures
of a flightattendant
rerating
to thatLiicrart.
(3) ln flight,or in a.napproved
flightattenlanttrainintoevice,showthathe or she
cansatisfactoriry
plfor1 emergency
dutiesandp"rocedrr",
,nd i".ognir" ,no
takeappropriate
actionin emergency
situations.
(
FlightAttendant
Operational
Training

(a)

A flightattendant
mustperformtheassigned
dutiesof a flightattendant
on boardan
aeroplane,
whileunderthe supervision
of a flightattenoant
supervisor
qr.tin.o on
thataeroplane
type,forminimum
of 10sectors.

(b)

Flightattendantoperationaltrainingis not requiredfor


a flightattendantwho has
previouslyacquiredsuch experienceon any passenger-carrying
aeroplaneof the
samegroup,if:
(1) thatpersonhasreceivedwithrespectto thataircraft,
the initialgroundtraining;
(2) that person has. for. that type' of aeroplane,
iuccessrullycompletedthe
competency
checkouflinedin thisSubpart.

(c)

Flightattendantoperational.training
prescribed
hereinmay be completedin a fullscale(exceptfor length)cabintrainingdeviceof the type aeroplane
in whichthey
are to serye,provided:
(1) thecabintrainingdevicehas beenapprovedby the Director,
and
(2) hassuccessfully
completeda competency
cnetr ouflinedin thisSubpart.
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