APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS

AIR NAVIGATION ORDER

VERSION : DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION : OFFICE OF PRIME INTEREST :

5.0 04-04-2011 Airworthiness Directorate

04/04/2011

ANO-001-AWRG-5.0

APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS

04/04/2011

ANO-001-AWRG-5.0

APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS

A.

AUTHORITY:
A1. This Air Navigation Order is issued by Director General Civil Aviation Authority in pursuance of Rules 4, 5, 25, 27, 28, 29, 33, 180, 334(3), 360 and all other enabling provisions of Civil Aviation Rules, 1994 (CARs 94).

B.

PURPOSE:
B1. The purpose of this ANO is to provide Airworthiness requirements as per Civil Aviation Rules 1994 for the maintenance or inspection of an aircraft registered in Pakistan which shall not be carried out other than by an approved maintenance organization or by persons licensed or otherwise authorized to do so. It covers the maintenance organizations: B1.1 B1.2 who themselves are aircraft operators in any of the categories i.e. regular public transport, charter, aerial work or private. who themselves are NOT the aircraft operator and are only involved in overhauling, repair, modification, inspection, of aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, etc.

B2.

The approval when granted will apply to the whole organization headed by Chief Executive who shall be responsible to the Airworthiness Directorate for ensuring that the terms and conditions of the approval are complied with.

C.

SCOPE:
C1. This ANO shall be applicable to organisation involved in the maintenance of aircraft and its component.

D.

DESCRIPTION:
D1. DEFINITIONS:
D1.1 The following terms when used in this ANO, have the meanings assigned to them respectively. Any term used in this ANO but not defined, shall have the same meaning as given in the Civil Aviation Ordinance, 1960, Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority Ordinance 1982, CARs, 1994 and relevant ICAO Annexes. Aerial work operations - means flight operations other than charter, or regular public transport, or private operations, for which hire or reward is given or promised to the pilot, the owner, or the operator of the aircraft in respect of the flight or the purpose of the flight, and any reference to “aerial work” has a corresponding meaning. Aircraft components - include aircraft engine, propeller, instruments and equipments that are intended for fitment to aircraft used for the purpose of commercial air transport, charter, aerial work, etc. Approval - means approval issued by DGCAA in accordance with the requirements. Certificate of Approval" means a certificate of approval granted under rule 23 and rule 25 of CARs 94. Charter operation - means flight operations in which an aircraft is used for the carriage of passengers or cargo for hire or reward; and any reference to “charter” has a corresponding meaning; a) to and from any place but not in accordance with fixed schedules to and from fixed terminals; or b) in accordance with fixed schedules to and from fixed terminals in circumstances in which the accommodation in the aircraft is not available for use by members of the public. Page 1 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5.0

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inspection.8 Domestic Repair Station .1.in relation to an aircraft. inspection. in which no remuneration.the organization involved only in overhauling. replacement. and D1.1 Application for approval shall be made in duplicate on CAAF-101-AWXX.12 Private operations . means any of the following documents: D1.AWXX.11. The approval shall be valid for such period as specified therein. etc. letters and any other documents which are related to approval Page 2 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. repair.7 D1. modification. This category generally applies to aircraft with a maximum take-off weight (MTOW) in excess of 5700 kg or authorized to carry more than 13 passengers.2 D2. Foreign Repair Station .9 D1.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS D1. then means of reading / printing the technical literature will also be provided by the organization / operators. refer to the latest issue of ANO-011-AWRG. inspection.applies to multi-engine aircraft intended for the regular public transport of passengers and / or cargo for hire and reward. APPROVAL PROCEDURE: D2.The performance of tasks required ensuring the Continued Airworthiness of an aircraft including any one or combination of overhaul.1. etc.means flight operations. D1. AWNOT-003-AWXX Note: In case the organization/operator provides the technical literature in a form other than hard copies.1 D2.1.0 04/04/2011 . and any reference to “regular public transport” has a corresponding meaning. or the operator of the aircraft in respect of that flight or the purpose of that flight. The organization shall be allocated a CAA organization approval number. D1. This will be used for identification purpose in CAA publications.means flight operations in which an aircraft is used for the carriage of passengers or cargo for hire or reward in accordance with fixed schedules to and from fixed terminals over specific routes with or without intermediate stopping places between terminals. charter.11. should be returned to the same address along with the following: D2. For the requirements on Foreign Repair Station. other than aerial. which when completed. or reward is given to the pilot. General aviation aircraft . or regular public transport.the organization involved only in overhauling. located abroad. D2.1 documents issued by the Director-General for the purposes of the maintenance of the aircraft. D1. repair. the owner.3 Company exposition manual (Refer Para D7 for details) Capability list for which approval is required Fee as per latest issue of Airworthiness Notice No.10 Maintenance . Copies of the form may be obtained from the local airworthiness field offices. modification. D2.13 Regular public transport operations .14 Transport category .11 Maintenance documents .2 The certificate of approval shall be issued on CAAF-001-AWXX along with the approval schedule CAAF-102. not exceeding one year. D1.2 documents issued by a person other than the Director-General and approved by the director-General for use for the purposes of the maintenance of the aircraft. modification or defect rectification and the embodiment of a modification or repair.applies to multi or single engine aircraft with a maximum take-off weight (MTOW) not exceeding 5700 kg. located within Pakistan. repair. hire. D1.

6 D3. both departmentally and in total. PCAA rules and relevant documents. or on any airworthiness matter.0 . including training programs. the associated procedures.1.8 D3.1. Non-conformance and observations pointed out during the audit / inspection are to be rectified with in the time specified.4 D3. GRANT OF APPROVAL: D3.1.3 The airworthiness directorate shall have the right to witness tests or inspections in anyway associated with establishing the airworthiness of an aircraft.1. which in the opinion of the organization involves new procedures or techniques.1 In order to enable an assessment of the suitability of an organization for approval. Working hours of the engineering staff with reference to their task Procedures for the authorization of persons to carry out certifications. the applicant shall comply with the requirements of this Air Navigation Order.1. D2. The information provided by the organization. The Airworthiness Directorate shall be consulted where there is any difficulty about the interpretation of the requirements.5 D2. engine and equipment or any part thereof appropriate to the approval.5 D3. Detailed audit / inspection of the organization shall be carried out at least once a year by the Airworthiness field office of the area.10 04/04/2011 ANO-001-AWRG-5.1. The certificate of approval CAAF-001-AWXX shall be DISPLAYED in a prominent location of the approved premises. D2. The implementation.1.1 D3.6 D3. shall be evaluated against the company exposition manual. the Airworthiness Directorate will examine the systems used to control all maintenance activities.7 Organization structure Co-ordination within and between departments on airworthiness matters Capability list with reference to their shops Qualifications and experience of engineering management Number and experience of engineering staff.3 D3.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS matters. This will include. An approved organization shall at all reasonable times permit all premises. have access to the organization for the purpose of assessing the standard at any given time. where applicable:D3.1.1.4 D2. The organization shall be maintained to the standard necessary to undertake the work for which it is approved. required standards. including the organization procedures. examination procedures.1. records and the associated methods of control The system by which the continuing validity of personal authorization certificates are assessed and subsequently revoked for any reason Planning of maintenance manpower allocation and control. conditions and requirements relating to the grant or continuance of approval are being complied with. review and amendment maintenance schedule(s) and exposition manual Page 3 of 35 of the approved D3. product and records relevant to airworthiness to be inspected by CAA authorized person(s). whereas the approval schedule CAAF-102-AWXX shall be submitted to the airworthiness directorate at the time of renewal. and the Airworthiness Directorate shall at all reasonable times. When assessing an organization for approval. to determine whether the limitations.9 D3.2 D3.

1.g. Charter.21 D3. D3. an organization may engage in one or more of the following rating and associated limitations: Rating Airframe Engines Propellers Equipment Limitations Overhaul/repair of aircraft structure Overhaul or Major repairs on specified engines Overhaul or Major repairs on specified propellers: Overhaul or Major repairs on:- D4. Scope of approval for the domestic repair station: Subject to compliance with the requirements of this ANO.3 04/04/2011 Page 4 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. SCOPE OF APPROVAL: D4.1.18 D3. non-destructive testing.11 The procedures for the assessment and incorporation of airworthiness directives. replacement of engine and its associated equipment.1.1. together with associated activities which include inspection.13 D3. charter. System for implementation of the required action as a result of the reliability analysis. for which it desires to undertake as per the approved “Maintenance Schedule”. The “Approval of Maintenance” would require the organization to have the capability of carrying out the complete maintenance on an aircraft. Cardex control system.1.1.16 D3.1.20 D3. repair. service bulletins. overhaul. in compliance with the requirements of the Airworthiness Directorate and the appropriate manufacturer’s technical publications.17 D3.1.24 D3.1.19 D3. Maintenance facilities and equipment Component and material control.22 D3.1.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS D3.1.12 D3.1. Technical publications and drawings Concession assessment and implementation instructions Defect control and management.1. private use or in the maintenance of the component to be fitted to such aircraft.2 D4.1 Scope of Approval for Regular Public Transport. Aerial Work and Private Category: Subject to compliance with the requirements of this ANO.1. Specialized support arrangements e.23 D3. Spares acquisition and disposition Storage facilities and procedures Quality control and assurance Details of weight and balance control system. modification.15 D3. Technical records (Refer Para D14). aerial work. an organization may engage in the maintenance of aircraft used for regular transport.25 D4. modifications and manufacturer's technical information The management and operation of reliability programs.0 .14 D3.1. if any Any additional information relevant to approval requested.

D7.6 An organization may apply for extension in the scope of approval on form CAAF102-AWXX.0 . Three copies of the exposition manual amendments stating the details of the extension required. D5.2 D6.. refer to latest issue of ANO-011-AWRG.3 D6.1 On every renewal. inspection.the organization involved only in overhauling. COMPANY EXPOSITION MANUAL: D7.1 The applicant shall provide three copies of an exposition manual which shall include information on the subjects detailed below . repair.1 A statement signed by the Chief Executive confirming that the exposition manual defines the organization’s procedures and associated personnel responsibilities. etc.3 The terms of reference of the persons nominated in accordance this ANO. an audit with reference to the capability list will be carried out.3 D6.4 D6. RENEWAL OF APPROVAL: D5.2 D5. and will be complied with at all times. fee. D7. This will also include the organizations base within the country and abroad and transit station(s) within the country and abroad. modification. EXTENSION OF APPROVAL: D6.1 D6.2 A list of the persons nominated in accordance with this ANO. D7. the Airworthiness Directorate may perform an audit of the organization as per scope of approval.1. in duplicate along with the following documents: Approval schedule Airworthiness Notice No AWNOT-003-AWXX. Navigation & Radar systems Equipment Non-Destructive Testing / inspection Overhaul or Major repair of particular types or makes of equipment or other components. D7. etc. but for which none of the above ratings are appropriate.5 D6.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS a)Electrical system b)Instrument system & Compasses c) Auto-Pilots.1. as applicable to the activities covered by the approval.1. The specific 04/04/2011 Page 5 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. Capability list for which the extension is required Fee as per latest issue of Airworthiness Notice No AWNOT-003-AWXX After receiving the above documents. d)Radio Communication. The expenditures on the outstation(s) or transit station(s) audit abroad will be at no cost to CAA. Fee as per latest issue of Airworthiness Notice No AWNOT-003-AWXX D5. The organization will have to apply for renewal on CAAF102-AWXX in duplicate along with the following documents at least 03 months before the expiry date of the certificate: Approval schedule (CAAF-002-AWXX). located abroad. For the requirements on Foreign Repair Station. Note: Foreign Repair Station .

auxiliary power-units. The operator or maintenance organization that has aircraft on its scope of approval shall submit the AMP for approval to Airworthiness Directorate. The organization shall provide to Airworthiness Directorate with a copy of organization exposition manual together with all amendments and / or revisions to it and shall incorporate in it such mandatory material as Airworthiness Directorate may require.1. D7.1.4 An organization chart showing the associated chains of responsibility of the persons nominated in accordance with this ANO. engines. and / or peculiar to. D7.2 The exposition manual shall be reviewed periodically by the organization. together with details of the training facilities which will be used (Refer latest issue of ANO-008-AWRG). and address(es) of the owner(s) / operator(s). D7.7 Details of training programs for personnel appropriate to the approval. and propellers. D7.6 Note: PCAA approved organizations when undertaking work outside their terms of Approval is deemed to be unapproved.1. Type and models of the aircraft.1.4 Registered names. The organization shall ensure that the exposition manual is amended as necessary to keep the information contained therein up-to-date and copies of all amendments shall be furnished promptly to all the organizations or persons to whom the manual has been issued. The aircraft maintenance program shall provide the following details:D8.5 The scope of the facilities for the maintenance of aircraft / engines / equipment together with information on the availability of equipment essential for.3 D7. The SMS requirements should also be incorporated in Exposition Manual as a separate chapter for details our Airworthiness Notice AWNOT-072-AWXX-1.1.1.1. The issue of maintenance organization approval by PCAA shall be dependent upon the applicant demonstrating compliance with the requirements laid down by PCAA for such organization.4 D7. D7.8 Any further matters which the Airworthiness Directorate prescribes as a result of initial assessment.1 D8. directly affecting continuing airworthiness D7.0 . the type(s) for which approval is sought. Changes arising from the review and changes arising from supervisory visits by the Airworthiness Directorate shall be forwarded to the Airworthiness Directorate for approval.5 D7.0 D7.1. 04/04/2011 Page 6 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5.2 D8.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS subjects on which these persons are authorized to deal directly with the Airworthiness Directorate shall be defined within the terms of reference. AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (AMP): D8. as applicable Category of operation Registration marks of the aircraft maintained in accordance with the schedule.1.3 D8.1 The aircraft for which a certificate of airworthiness is enforced shall be maintained in airworthiness condition.6 Quality control. D8.

if any.14.1.1. D8. condition monitoring and reliability programme descriptions for aircraft systems. additions and changes which were made to qualify aircraft systems for extended range operations are provided to the Airworthiness Directorate.10 Periods at which items shall be overhauled or replaced in terms of time period. When applicable.1. a continuing structural integrity programme. D8. maintenance manual D8.8 D8. D8. D8. in some cases.11 Reference to the source of the schedule e. Confirmation that such corrective action has been effective may.3 A reliability reporting programme is developed and implemented prior to approval and continued after approval. number of cycles.1. Note: Also refer latest Airworthiness Notice No.1 The titles and numbers of all airworthiness modification.4 Prompt implementation of required modifications and inspections which could affect propulsion system reliability is undertaken. MRB. components and power plants. number of landings.5 Procedures are established which prevent an aircraft from being dispatched for an extended range operation after powerunit shutdown or primary system failure on a previous flight until the cause of such failure has been positively identified and the necessary corrective action is completed. taking into account the anticipated utilization of the aircraft. AWNOT-064-AWXX regarding ETOPS requirements 04/04/2011 Page 7 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. wear limits etc.12 Provision for a record of amendments incorporated in the schedule.14.14.1. require the successful completion of a subsequent flight prior to dispatch on an extended range operation and D8.1.1.1.13 The maintenance schedule shall be prepared on the guidelines.6 A procedure is established to ensure that the airborne equipment will continue to be maintained at the level of performance and reliability required for extended range operations.14 The aircraft used for ETOPS operation shall be maintained as per approval granted by the Airworthiness Directorate.1.6 D8.1.14. practices or limitations established in the qualification for extended range operations are submitted to the Airworthiness Directorate. specified by the manufacturer of the aircraft.g.1.1.7 D8.9 Details of arrangements.2 Any changes to maintenance and training procedures. D8. with other operators regarding maintenance Maintenance task and intervals at which these are to be performed.0 .14. The Mandatory life limits recommended by the manufacturer shall be followed D8.1.5 D8. D8.1. When applicable certification Maintenance requirements identified along with airworthiness limitation items. D8.1. When applicable. The programme should ensure that:D8. MPD.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS D8.14.1.

04/04/2011 Page 8 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5.4 CERTIFICATE OF MAINTENANCE REVIEW (C of MR): If an aircraft is holding a certificate of airworthiness in the public transport category or aerial work category.1 & CAAF032-AWXX. Operator must ensure that approved maintenance program observe human factor principals D8. ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES: D9.2 All the maintenance on the aircraft shall be carried out in accordance with the aircraft maintenance programme approved by the Airworthiness Directorate. CERTIFICATION OF MAINTENANCE OF AN AIRCRAFT OR ITS PART: D10.1.5 D9. modification or inspection) is carried out on part of an aircraft or its equipment by an domestic repair station not handling the complete aircraft. D10.0 .4 D8. The periods will be related to particular scheduled maintenance checks forming part of the overall check cycle: D10. a certificate of maintenance review (C of MR) shall be issued. will be required to issue the certificates to release to the aircraft or its components for service.2. The operator shall review the content of the maintenance program at least annually for continued validity in the light of operating experience. At periods specified in the approved maintenance schedule. certificate release to service (CRS). Operator’s approved aircraft maintenance program shall be subject to periodic review to ensure that they take into account the current Type Certificate holder’s recommendations. D10. a person appropriately authorized by the approved organization or by the Airworthiness Directorate.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS D8. as to ensure that the aircraft and / or its components have been maintained in accordance with both the approved maintenance schedule and the standard maintenance procedures as defined in the exposition manual and a complete records of all documents relevant to the maintenance tasks performed have been completed and certified by appropriately authorized personnel. a certificate of maintenance (C of M) shall be issued. authorized release certificate (ARC) on CAAF-032AWXX shall be issued to the consignee (Refer to para D11. certificate of maintenance (C of M).1..1. are such.1. etc. repair.1 Approval for maintenance provides for the certification of work carried out on an aircraft or its components. to be carried out by person(s). (Refer Annex ‘E’ for further details). a certificate of release to service (CRS) shall be issued.3 AUTHORIZED RELEASE CERTIFICATE (ARC): Where work (overhaul. authorized release certificate (ARC). D10. replacement. who are authorized by the approved organization.3 D8. maintenance release (MR).1 CERTIFICATE OF MAINTENANCE (C OF M): If an aircraft is holding a certificate of airworthiness in the private category. D10.1 Instructions governing the issue of maintenance certificates such as certificate of review (CMR).2 CERTIFICATE OF RELEASE TO SERVICE (CRS): If an aircraft is holding a certificate of airworthiness in the public transport category or aerial work category. (Refer Appendix ‘D’ for further details). mandatory requirements and maintenance needs of the aircraft. (Refer Appendix ‘C’ for further details).

1.2.2. (Refer Summary of Certification – Appendix ‘I’).1. candidate will have to appear in an oral examination at the field office level. D11.1.6 CERTIFICATE OF FITNESS FOR FLIGHT (CFF): A certificate of fitness for flight shall be issued for all registered aircraft prior to a test flight. Such authorizations state the aircraft type(s) for which the authorization is valid. not exceeding a period of one year.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS D10.1. (Refer Annex ‘F’ for further details). The certificate of personal approval shall be initially issued by the Airworthiness Directorate and renewed by the Airworthiness field office responsible for the airworthiness control of the organization.1.0 .1. the personal shop approvals will be issued by the Airworthiness Directorate (Refer CAAF-004-AWXX). and if the person holding the approval. Shop approval to personnel are NOT required if the organization has its own approval system duly approved and monitored by the Airworthiness Directorate.1.2 MAINTENANCE PERSONAL WORKING IN THE SHOP: D11. (Refer Annex ‘G’ for further details).1 Personal authorization certificates (Refer CAAF-105-AWXX) are signed only by person(s) nominated by the organization and approved by PCAA.1 Authorizations to sign certificates of maintenance review shall comply with the following:D11. It shall only be used subject to their conditions of validity. Before forwarding the application form in duplicate (Refer CAAF106-AWXX) to the Airworthiness Directorate for grant of personal approval.1.5 MAINTENANCE RELEASE (MR): All registered aircraft are to be issued with a maintenance release. D10. The following documents for initial personal shop approval are to be attached with the application form (Refer CAAF-106-AWXX): 04/04/2011 Page 9 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5.1 Persons authorized to sign Authorized Released Certificates (ARC) are required to have personal shop approvals issued by the Airworthiness Directorate. the reason for issue. D11.2 Each personal authorization certificate is identified by the approval reference of the organization related to the task. and the person who authorized the issue. Incase the organization does NOT have its own approval system. The requirements for the person to issue certificate of maintenance review are given in the Appendix ‘E’.1 CERTIFYING MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL: D11.3 A record of any temporary personal authorization certificates issued is maintained which contains details of the persons authorized.1 Authorizations to sign authorized released certificates (ARC) (CAAF032-AWXX) shall comply with the following:D11. is employed in the approved organization. D11. AUTHORIZATIONS FOR MAINTENANCE AND FLIGHT CREW PERSONNEL: D11. D11.1.1. The approval shall be valid for such period as specified therein.

The certificate will be issued as per requirements laid down in the latest issue of Airworthiness Notice No AWNOT063-AWXX Note: The personnel involved in shops where they are directly or indirectly exposed to any kind of radiation. necessary that persons who carry out and certify duplicate inspections are required to undertake an independent review of the complete work.1.1. It is.1 Control System .2. engine and propeller controls.0 . duplicate inspection on these systems shall be carried out.2. D11.2 A duplicate inspection of all vital points and control system in an aircraft shall be carried out after initial assembly and before a certificate of release to service is issued after repair. replacement or adjustment before the first flight.A system by which the flight path.1. The procedures for the medical check-ups are to be laid down in the company’s exposition manual.3 The first and second part of duplicate inspection must take account of the full extent of the work under-taken to ensure that all parts of the system that may have been affected by the disturbance are also subject to duplicate inspections.1 Bio-data of the person applying for the personal shop approval (for initial issue only).4. the following documents are to be submitted: D11.2 Duplicate Inspection .2 Fee as per latest issue of Airworthiness Notice No AWNOT-003-AWXX D11. etc are required to go through regular medical check-ups and are to maintain a medical fitness certificate issued by the company’s approved doctor.2 For renewal of the personal shop approval.4 DUPLICATE INSPECTION CERTIFICATION: D11.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS D11.2 Fee as per latest issue of Airworthiness Notice No AWNOT-003-AWXX.1.Any point on an aircraft at which single malassembly could lead to catastrophe. Similarly where work has been carried out on other systems for safety precautions.2. 04/04/2011 Page 10 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5.1. to assess the scope of the duplicate inspection(s) required.1 Certificate of Personal Approval D11. it may be possible to limit the duplicate inspection of a control system to that part of the system which has been disturbed.2. therefore. or to gain access. D11.4. cyclic pitch and yaw.1. the related system controls and the associated operating mechanism.2.1. This includes the flight.2.4.1 In this para the following definitions shall apply: D11. D11. Depending on the extent of the work.4. arcing.1. modification. attitude or propulsive force of an aircraft is changed.3 Airworthiness Directorate will issue welder certificate to persons who are employees of an approved organization. D11.An inspection first made and certified by one qualified person and subsequently made and certified by a second qualified person. as given in the maintenance manual and by reference to work sheets used.1.4. In the case of rotorcraft the flight control system includes the mechanism used to control collective pitch.3 Vital Point .4. fumes. D11. including shift hand-over records.2. overhaul.1. D11. D11.

D11. desirable that the inspections of a control system are made as near as is practicable to the time of the intended flight and that the full extent of the disturbance is understood by both persons who carry out the duplicate inspections. shall again be inspected in duplicate and a certificate of release to service issued before the aircraft flies. a schedule of inspections or functional tests shall be completed at manufacture. that has been disturbed. The duplicate inspection shall be the final operation to establish the integrity of the vital point / control system when all the work has been completed and shall take into account all the relevant instructions and information contained in the associated technical data.6 If a vital / control system is disturbed after completion of the duplicate inspection.4.4 It may not be possible to inspect the complete vital point / control system when assembled in the aircraft. D11. Unit or components.3 Persons employed by approved Organizations.4.5 Where appropriate to the type of component or unit forming part of control system. In some circumstances. and duplicate inspection shall be certified on the section / parts of the component or unit which will be concealed during bench assembly and which cannot be proved during inspections and functional tests when installed on the aircraft control system.4. a pilot or flight engineer may perform the second part of the duplicate inspection licensed on the type of aircraft. that part. B. the persons certifying the duplicate inspection shall be satisfied that a duplicate inspection has been made previously on the units and covered sections and that the sealed units are acceptable for the particular use.4.0 . Such tests as are necessary shall be completed to determine that these particular units and sections have full. Duplicate inspection of the completed assembly of the component or unit.4. Where such work is a subcontract order.4. overhaul and repair.2 Persons duly approved by the Airworthiness Directorate.7 Persons qualified to make the first and / or second part of duplicate inspection are as follow: D11.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS D11. C.7.7. 04/04/2011 Page 11 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5.4 For minor adjustments to control systems when the aircraft is away from base.5 Vital points / controls systems subject to duplicate inspection must not be disturbed or re-adjusted after the first certified inspection and the second part of the duplicate inspection must. functioning and checking for correct relative movement shall be certified. free and correct directional movement. due to peculiarities of assembly or accessibility.4.7. follow immediately after the first part. D & X. it may be necessary for both parts of the inspection to be made simultaneously. the release documentation from the sub-contractor being certified appropriately. that are forming part of the control system. In these cases.7.in sections and the pre-sealing of various units.7. as nearly as possible.4. It is.4.1 Aircraft maintenance engineer appropriately licensed in categories A. D11. shall be subjected to duplicate inspection during bench assembly. who are appropriately authorized to make such inspections and certify the task in accordance with company procedures. D11. D11. due to routing the controls through conduits or boxed. D11. D11. instructions regarding inspections / tests should be stated on the order. therefore.

7. D11.3 The flight crew members of the general aviation aircraft are authorized to release the aircraft by carrying out Daily Inspection (D.1. The requirements for DI authorization are laid down in the latest issue of Airworthiness Notice No AWNOT-035-AWXX D11. D12.3 Persons authorized to issue Personal Authorization Certificates.5. as are appropriate to the class and level of work. shall only be used subject to their conditions of validity.5.6 Boeing 747 series Boeing 777 series Boeing 737 series Boeing 727 series Airbus 310 series A320 series D11.4 D11.5. ONLY in case of diversion to an out station where no maintenance / technical handling personnel are available: D11. NOMINATED PERSONNEL: D12. and who will be directly responsible to the Chief Executive / Airworthiness Directorate.1.1.2 The applicant shall satisfy the Airworthiness Directorate that the persons nominated in accordance with this ANO are capable and responsible persons and are conversant with the firm’s exposition manual.1.I) check at all outstations where no maintenance / technical handling personnel are available and where no refueling is involved.2 D11.1 On the following aircraft. D12. civil aviation rules and other regulations / requirements there under as relates to their responsibilities.1. D12.1. and is employed in the approved organization due to which the authorization was issued.1 Head of Engineering Department.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS D11.5. for which approval is sought.4.1. Written 04/04/2011 Page 12 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. D11.4 The authorization granted.2 Head of Department(s) / Chief Engineers.1.4 Personnel working at the shop level D12.5.1 D11. D12.5 D11.1 The applicant shall nominate the following personnel for PCAA approval: D12.5. CAA for this purpose.2 The flight crew members of the Fokker F-27-200 aircraft are authorized to release the aircraft by carrying out pre-flight check in place of the transit check at all outstations where no maintenance / technical handling personnel are available and where no refueling is involved.1. Their functions will also include responsibility for the co-ordination with all appropriate departments so as to ensure compliance with the relevant airworthiness requirements.5.5.0 .5 FLIGHT CREW PERSONNEL: D11.6 Maintenance organization exposition or maintenance procedure manual shall indicate the control systems and components / units of the control systems for the type of aircraft that will require duplicate inspection.1. flight crew members are authorized to release the aircraft by carrying out the pre-flight check in place of the transit check.3 D11.5.5.

8 Copy of maintenance record entries. PUBLICATIONS AND INFORMATION: D13.1.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS evidence of their qualifications and experience are to be submitted. where applicable: D14.1. D14.0 . D14. calendar time and cycles. D14. engine and variable pitch propeller are to be maintained in appropriate logbooks as approved by the Airworthiness Directorate.2 The records in (D14. as appropriate) since last overhaul of the aircraft and its components subject to a mandatory overhaul life.5 The current aircraft status of compliance with the maintenance schedule. While developing the procedures.1. D12.1) to (D14. In the event of any permanent change of operator.3 Changes of the approved personnel shall be notified to the Airworthiness Directorate in writing.3 Appropriate details of modifications and repairs to the aircraft and its major components. TECHNICAL RECORDS: D14. preservation and neatness of record are to be included.1 The Organization holds and makes available to both.1. D14.1. D14.3 In the event of a temporary change of operator.1.2 The current status of compliance with all mandatory continuing Airworthiness information. the records shall be transferred to the new operator. all technical publications appropriate to the class of work covered by the Approval.4 The time in service (hours. D14.1.1. D14. D14. calendar time and cycles.1. D14. which are carried in the aircraft. D14.6 The detailed maintenance records to show that all requirements for signing of maintenance release have been met.1 Technical records for organizations who are maintaining their own aircraft: An organization shall ensure that the following records are kept as detailed below.6) for a minimum period of two years or next overhaul whichever is later. 04/04/2011 Page 13 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. Suitable arrangements are made to ensure that these documents are kept amended and up-to-date. and the records in (D14. the records shall be made available to the new operator. D13.1 The total time in service (hours.7 Weight and balance record. The applicant shall satisfy the Airworthiness Directorate that such persons are conversant with CAA requirements and procedures insofar as they affect the particular matters for which they are responsible. D14. Note: Records of airframe.4 Procedures of maintaining records will be stated in the company exposition manual.5) shall be kept for a minimum period of 90 days after the aircraft and its components have been permanently withdrawn from service. The Airworthiness Directorate may require the organization to supply further information in order to satisfy itself as to the suitability of the personnel for the proposed position.1.1. shall be kept in a safe place on the ground. personnel and PCAA. as appropriate) of the aircraft and all life limited components. traceability.

certificate CAAF-032-AWXX / D15.5 Test and inspection records including a record of each identified (i.1 Develop a maintenance program in which human factor principals are observed. D16. TRAINING POLICY: D16.7 Outgoing authorized release airworthiness approval tag. recent statistics show a relative of increase of accidents where Maintenance is a primary factor.5.5. between 70 and 80 per cent of aircraft accidents are due to human factors.3 Relevant standards/specifications D14.e.6 Certificates of release to service D14. organizations engaged in aircraft maintenance for commercial reasons are also under constant pressure to achieve maximum work in minimum time. on aviation safety.5.0 . engine or part D14. Keeping the above points in view.1. the organization should employ sufficient personnel to plan. To reduce the contributing factor fatigue due to excessive hours of work and constant pressure. Furthermore.5.5. the organization is required to: D15. The organization shall also ensure that all maintenance personnel are instructed regarding the maintenance methods to be employed. in particular when new or unfamiliar equipment is introduced into service. Furthermore.1 Customer's order D14. supervise and inspect the activities.3 Control hours of service and duty timings.2 Have sufficient personnel employed to plan.5. D15.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS D14.1. In a significant part of them. 04/04/2011 Page 14 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. a maintenance error is one of the main causes or at least a contributing factor.5 Technical records for repair stations: Technical records of a repair station shall be maintained and shall be such that proper correlation of all work carried out is established with relevant documents including the following. as appropriate:D14. reports. by serial number) component and item of equipment D14. etc. and D15. HUMAN RESOURCES AND FATIGUE FACTOR: D15. supervise and inspect the activities included in the approval.5.4 Stores records D14. The training program established by an operator for maintenance personnel shall include training in knowledge and skills related to human performance including co-ordination with other maintenance personnel.1 According to recent publications. Many of these accidents could have been avoided if basic human factors concepts had been observed. Several maintenance incidents have a contributing factor fatigue due to excessive hours of work.2 Aircraft.1 The maintenance organization shall ensure that all maintenance personnel receive initial and refreshers training appropriate to their assigned tasks and responsibilities.1. Excessive hours of work and constant pressure are two vital factors that lead to maintenance errors.

D18. AIRWORTHINESS AND MAINTENANCE DATA: D19. D17. Storage conditions shall be such as to provide security and prevent deterioration / damage to stored items.2 Storage facilities will be provided for parts. AWNOT-025-AWXX. Aircraft maintenance is documentary intensively.1 Aircraft or its component cannot be released to service following scheduled or unscheduled maintenance unless certifications are made by appropriately licensed / approved personnel that the tasks have been completed in accordance with the manufacturer’s and Airworthiness Directorate’s requirements. QUALITY CONTROL AND QUALITY ASSURANCE: D20. 04/04/2011 Page 15 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. AWNOT-035-AWXX.1 Quality .1 Personnel shall be provided with adequate accommodation. The calibration procedures are to be acceptable to the airworthiness directorate and are to be carried out by an approved source.1 The system for quality control and quality assurance set up shall be such that the prime objective is to maintain a continuous check on the effectiveness of the maintenance organization and on the procedures and systems employed to ensure that all PCAA Airworthiness Directorate requirements as well as those of the Organization itself are met.2 The requirements for licensing personnel engaged in aircraft maintenance are provided in the latest issue of Airworthiness Notice No.3 In case the organization does not have its own approval system duly approved and monitored by the Airworthiness Directorate. airworthiness and maintenance data to perform the work for which it is approved. material. facilities and equipment for the effective performance of their duties. D20. for which adequate office facilities are to be provided for personnel engaged in the management of quality. D18. FACILITY REQUIREMENTS: D18. the requirements for shop approval are provided in the latest issue of Airworthiness Notice No. D19. Working and environmental conditions shall be controlled as necessary to ensure compatibility with the work undertaken. D17. D17.2. Specialized workshops are to be segregated to avoid environmental or work area contamination. There should be a complete segregation of serviceable and unserviceable parts. TOOLS.1 The maintenance organization shall have the necessary equipment. equipment. D20. The person signing a maintenance release and maintenance review shall be qualified in accordance with this ANO.0 . EQUIPMENT. MATERIAL. tools and material. tools. planning and technical records.2 The following definitions shall apply:D20. QUALIFICATION OF CERTIFYING PERSONNEL: D17.The quality of a product or service is the degree to which it meets the requirements of the customer including the relevant airworthiness requirements.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS D17.4 The competence of maintenance personnel shall be established in accordance with a procedure and to a level acceptable to the Airworthiness Directorate. Much of the tools and equipments associated with aircraft maintenance require periodic calibration.

3 The implementation of the quality control requirements should normally be assigned to a quality manager who will be responsible for the operation of quality assurance tasks utilizing.0 04/04/2011 . Moreover it will be ensured that only AME licence holders (appropriately qualified and experienced) shall be deputed in quality section of the organization.A management system for programming and coordinating the on-going quality maintenance and improvement efforts of the various groups in an organization. enabling those standards set by the system of quality control to be enforced. scope and complexity of the organization concerned and the amount and level of work undertaken. and in sufficient numbers. AWNOT-068-AWXX.2 Quality Control . CONTRACT AND SUB-CONTRACT: D22.2. This may include system for follow up of non conformities observed. E.1 All organization are required to implement Safety Managemnt System (Refer latest version of Airworthiness Notice AWNOT-072-AWRG D22. the CAA considers that an organization shall develop internal audit system / procedures of maintenance facilities including shops on regular basis. a staff of quality assurance engineers. D20. The quality assurance is the overall authority for the supervision of quality standards.2.3 Quality Assurance.1 Any subsequent amendments or modifications to this ANO may be processed and incorporated through Airworthiness Directorate. D20. EVIDENCES (ACRONYMS / RECORDS / REFERENCES): E1. ACRONYMS: E1.1 The requirements for contract and sub-contract have been laid down in the latest issue of Airworthiness Notice No. HQ CAA.5 Various methods can be employed by which effective quality control and quality assurance can be achieved. who shall be appropriately qualified and experienced. D20. SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM D21. D23. organization or customer affecting airworthiness. D21.4 The quality control system should include formal procedures for notifying the results of quality assurance tasks to those persons required and empowered to provide corrective action.6 Quality assurance division is headed by chief engineer quality assurance and reports to an accountable manager (managing director / chief executive) to ensure maintenance of engineering / airworthiness standards. as appropriate.1 ANO Air Navigation Order Page 16 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. as necessary. in part. AMENDMENTS AND MODIFICATIONS: D22. so as to permit the completion of aircraft maintenance in compliance with any specific requirements laid down by the airworthiness directorate. Such persons should also be required by the system to inform the quality manager of the corrective action taken. in consultation with Chief Legal Services.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS D20. to properly undertake the work performed by the quality department. or to be taken. D20. D20. HQ CAA as and when required or deemed expedient or appropriate. upon the size. In recognition of this. and these depend.

15 AMP ARC AWNOT C of M C of MR CAAF CARs CFF CRS ETOPS MPD MR MRB MTOW Aircraft Maintenance Program Authorized Release Certificate Airworthiness Notice Certificate of Maintenance Certificate of Maintenance Review Civil Aviation Authority Farm Civil Aviation Rules 1994 Certificate Of Fitness For Flight Certificate Release To Service Extended Twin Engine Operations Maintenance And Planning Document Maintenance Release Maintenance Review Board Maximum Take Off Weight E2.8 E1.3 E3.6 E2.0 .3 E2.14 E1.6 E1.11 E1.10 E1.3 E1. REFERENCES E3.7 ANO-008-AWRG ANO-011-AWRG AWNOT-003-AWXX AWNOT-035-AWXX AWNOT-063-AWXX AWNOT-064-AWXX AWNOT-068-AWXX INDEX 04/04/2011 Page 17 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5.13 E1.5 E2.12 E1.6 E3.4 E2.5 E3.4 E3.2 E3.2 E1.9 E1.1 E2.1 E3.5 E1.2 E2.8 CAAF-001-AWXX CAAF-002-AWXX CAAF-004-AWXX CAAF-032-AWXX CAAF-101-AWXX CAAF-102-AWXX CAAF-105-AWXX CAAF-106-AWXX E3. RECORDS: E2.7 E1.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS E1.7 E2.4 E1.

26. 9.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS Sr. 8. airworthiness and maintenance data Quality control and quality assurance Contract and sub-contract Amendments and Modifications Evidences (Acronyms / Records / References) Implementation 04/04/2011 Page 18 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. 5. 4. 10. 24. material. 16. 1. 2. 18. 25. 20. 6.0 . 3. 7. 14. 15. 17. 01 01 01 01 02 03 04 05 05 05 06 07 07 08 11 11 11 12 13 13 13 13 13 14 14 14 15 Certification of maintenance of aircraft or its part Authorizations for maintenance and flight crew personnel Nomination of personal Publications and information Technical records Human resources and fatigue factor Training policy Qualification of certifying personnel Facility requirements Equipment. 13. 27. 12. 22. 21. 23. 19. 11. No. tools. Authority Purpose Scope Definitions Approval procedure Grant of approval Scope of approval Renewal of approval Extension of approval Company exposition manual Aircraft Maintenance Program (AMP) Issuance of certificates Contents Page No.

History of the organization. Procedure for grant of approval to technical personnel by approved inspection organization. Procedure & arrangement for calibration of test and standard master & equipment. 13. 16. Number and experience of engineering staff. an item-wise list of special tools and equipment is to be attached).). inspection. 14. if any. their interrelation. Details of fire fighting. 8. Confirm available of special tools & equipment. and system by which such approvals are assessed/revoked. certification of foreign purchase etc. 10.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX ‘A’ CHECK LIST 1. 9. 11. Working hours of the engineering staff with reference to their task. 7. both departmentally and in total. Procedure for spares acquisition disposition. 17. 3. Review of approved Exposition Manual for applicability. approval status. Details of storage facilities for aircraft parts and related details. duties & responsibilities). 04/04/2011 Page 19 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. non-destructive testing etc. & system of their inspection & maintenance. completeness and conformance with the regulations. Qualification/ experience requirements for different engineering executive posts. Details of special support equipment e. (In the case of operator/owner of aircraft not exceeding maximum certificated take-off weight of 5. 5. record & control. 2. related training program. Technical work area available for the operator against its requirements (this should include information pertaining to floor areas(s) of business etc.700 kg.0 . required standards. 4. Availability and planning of maintenance manpower allocation &control. Organization Structure (Specify Engineering executive positions. and details of quality control arrangements and procedures for parts and material control including source. for accomplishing maintenance/repair/ overhaul work on different aircraft/accessories. first aid & other emergency handling equipment. 12. as recommended by the manufactures. Details of training facilities.g. 15. 6. Details of facilities & equipment (this should also include details of ground support equipment).

Procedure for preservation and retention of technical records. used by the applicant pertaining to aircraft.0 . 28. filing of reportable defects. 29. 24.). Details of weight and balance control system. 22. 32. 20.) maintenance schedule or any other document related to approval required and procedures for updating. Maintenance contract arrangements with respect to repair and overhaul of aircraft components etc. Procedure for implementation of work cards/sheets pertaining to maintenance schedule &methods applied for its review and amendment. Fuel / Lubricant quality control arrangements. etc. if any. 26. assessment and incorporation of service bulletins. modifications. its components and the personnel. manufacture’s technical information etc. 19. Procedure for concession assessment &implementation. 23. documents (check cards etc. Complete list of technical literature (manuals etc. Details of aircraft and its component reliability program. Specimen copies of all tags. forms. Any additional information relevant to the approval requested. Procedure for procurement. if any.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS 18. certificates. incidents and accidents. 21. 25. Control and procedures for certification of components both in country and at foreign repair facilities. if applicable and implementation of quality audits procedure (in house and sub-contractors etc). Procedure for control & maintenance of defects. 27.. 31. Details of sub-contracting arrangements for aircraft work. 30. its management and implementation. 04/04/2011 Page 20 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. Quality control and/or assurance system with working methodology.

(h) A description of the method used for the completion and retention of the maintenance record. (i) A description of the procedure for preparing the maintenance release and the circumstances under which the release is to be signed. so that it may be readily amended by the operator. but an exposition based on the content of this Appendix. CAA Airworthiness Directorate will 1.1. (g) A description of the procedures used to establish the competence of maintenance personnel.1.2 1.1.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX ‘B’ 1.1.3 Exposition Manual should be presented in loose leaf form.5 04/04/2011 Page 21 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5.1 Minimum acceptable requirements for compiling an exposition are not prescribed in this Appendix. 1.1.4 1. when applicable.0 . (j) The personnel authorized to sign the maintenance release and the scope of their authorization. of the additional procedures for complying with an operator’s maintenance procedures and requirements.1 Guide to compilation of the company exposition manual This Appendix is intended as a general guide to the compilation of company exposition manual. would be acceptable to the CAA Airworthiness Directorate. (f) Names and duties of the person or persons required by this ANO. and it must be in its final draft before agreement by the CAA Airworthiness Directorate. (l) A description of the procedures for complying with the service information reporting requirements given in latest issue of airworthiness notice no 9. Where an Organization desires to use an exposition to satisfy requirements other than those of the CAA Airworthiness Directorate. The Exposition Manual should be produced in a concise form. (b) A description of the organization’s procedures and quality or inspection system. 1. (e) A general description of the organization’s facilities. 1. insofar as it applies to the approval sought. amending and distributing with in the maintenance organization all necessary Airworthiness data from the type certificate holder or type design organization. (k) A description. (d) Working hours of the engineering staff with reference to their task. both departmentally and in total. as necessary to keep the information contained therein upto date. the CAA Airworthiness Directorate has no objection to the inclusion of this additional information provided that the CAA Airworthiness Directorate requirements are fully satisfied. and (m) A description of the procedures for receiving. (c) Number and experience of engineering staff. and its scope. An Exposition Manual cannot be completed until the relevant approval requirements of maintenance organization have been satisfied. and before terms of approval can be granted. should include: (a) A general description of the scope of the work authorized under the organization’s terms of approval.

Relationships with other Organizations. outlining responsibilities for liaison with CAA Airworthiness Directorate. at the addresses of the various premises. 2.6 2.5. Amendment standard by issue number / date / amendment record. The scope of the Organization’s aerospace undertakings. Where appropriate. Terms of Approval: The Exposition Manual will form the basis of CAA Airworthiness Directorate Approval. should be mentioned. and senior technical personnel up to the Chief Executive should be included. forming part of the same group. in some cases. Holders of the Exposition Manual. A Capability List must bear an issue number and date and may not be amended without the agreement of the CAA Airworthiness Directorate. and / or written description. 2. The Schedule of Approval may. in order to provide background information to the CAA Airworthiness Directorate. 2. It is recommended that the CAA Airworthiness Directorate Certificate and schedule of approval are reproduced and included in the Exposition Manual. be supplemented by Capability Lists.1. and. document title and reference number. Official title of person responsible for administration of the Exposition Manual. distribution list.3 2. or diagrams.0 . by suitable means. approximate floor space.1 A diagram. and should give general information concerning the Organization’s history and development. in particular. i. giving their terms of reference within the Organization. should be defined. 1. These diagrams should also indicate.2 Introduction: The Introduction should explain the purpose of the document for the guidance of the Organization’s own personnel.4 2. how technical co-ordination throughout the Organization is affected. 04/04/2011 Page 22 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5.5 Personnel: This Section of the Exposition Manual should nominate the persons required under this ANO (grant of approval). A note to this effect should be included at the bottom of the page. Contents List or Index. A concise definition of the work authorized will be prescribed in the CAA Airworthiness Directorate terms of approval. showing chains of responsibility of nominated departmental heads. Approval by Chief Executive.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS discuss the Organization’s preliminary drafts during their visit(s) in order to agree the final content. and types of buildings. Organization’s Premises and Undertakings: Brief details of premises should be included quoting addresses.e. 2.1 The Exposition Manual will form the basis of CAA Airworthiness Directorate approval of the Organization. Basic requirements for a company exposition manual Identification: The Exposition Manual should be identified as follows:(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Company name.

5.2 In some cases.g. Avionics etc. tools and materials. 2. Storage * facilities for parts. Type Testing. Training. information under the headings given below should be included.6. which will vary according to the type(s) of activity involved and the specific terms of approval sought. Planning. Quality assurance and / or Inspection. concerning personnel and their responsibilities. 2. Specialized Facilities e. Routine Testing. Design/Drawing office. shall ensure dust free environment.2 The headings should be varied to suit the size of the organization and its activities. NDT.0 .1 In the Section devoted to facilities. the Organization may wish to include more information. Metrology and Standards. equipment. where applicable. * Storage condition shall provide security and prevention from deterioration and damage. Development. Note: All shops undertaking inspection / overhaul of instruments.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS 2. 2. must not be made without Airworthiness Directorate concurrence. Overhaul and Repair. Spectrograph. (m) Publications and Library.6. preservation and neatness) Product Support. Manufacture and/ or Process. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) Research. but amendments to the Exposition Manual which affect nominated staff. than is required by the Airworthiness Directorate.6 Facilities: This Section should provide information concerning the Organization’s technical facilities and associated essential equipment. 04/04/2011 Page 23 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. If there is a good deal of detailed information the use of Appendices is recommended. (n) (o) (p) Technical Records (Traceability.

where appropriate. Process Control. Manufacture and process control.0 . cross referenced to the written procedures section. Appendices. In order to meet the Requirements. 04/04/2011 Page 24 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. Control of bought – out items. Tags indicating the purpose and use of each. metrology and test equipment control.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS 2. including procedures for handling non-conforming parts. to existing internal instructions.1 The headings below are examples of the procedures which may need to be covered in the Exposition Manual:(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) Quality program. (n) (o) (p) (q) Equipment overhaul. Product evaluation. including Service Bulletin evaluation procedures. and other identification symbols used to indicate status of part. Control of stock.7 Procedures: A concise description is required of the Organization’s technical procedures covering all aspects of work conducted within the CAA Airworthiness Directorate Terms of Approval. Inspection stamps. Approved certificate and / or test certificate. this should show how matters affecting airworthiness are controlled. by references. Tool. giving examples of : (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Standard forms. policy and administration. Modification and repair procedures. obviously. including the Quality Audit system. Training. Organizations may select to establish a Quality Control system. including certification. depend on the size and complexity of the Organization and the nature of the work undertaken. modification and repair procedures. Concession procedure. Test flight procedures. 2. The system adopted will. Technical records. including Quality Control Surveillance of subcontractors. field responsibility and defect investigation.7. including product approval. Reliability programs and its implementation. Product design and development control. (m) Technical publications control.

This Certificate of Maintenance (C of M) is valid until ________________________(date) or upon completion of ________flying hours from the date of certification. Date: 04/04/2011 Page 25 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. CAA. whichever is fall earlier. The person authorized to sign the Certificate of Maintenance (C of M) shall be a holder of a current Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence issued by the Airworthiness Directorate. Mark: Maintenance Check: I hereby certify that all maintenance work on the above mentioned aircraft has been completed satisfactorily and in accordance with the approved maintenance schedule. The Certificate of Maintenance (C of M) shall be issued to certify that all maintenance work on the aircraft has been completed satisfactorily and in accordance with the approved maintenance schedule. The Certificate of Maintenance (C of M) shall be issued in duplicate. 6. I am fully conversant with relevant Rules given in CARs 94. The Certificate of Maintenance (C of M) shall be issued for all aircraft holding a “Certificate of Airworthiness” in the “Private Category” as required under Rule 27 (f) of CARs 94. The Certificate of Maintenance (C of M) shall be retained for a period of two years from the date of its issue. 5. ANOs and Airworthiness Notices. Signature: Name: AME No.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX ‘C’ Requirements for Issuing a Certificate of Maintenance (C of M) 1. one copy shall be carried on board the aircraft and the other shall be kept at station where C of M is issued or base station of the aircraft. 2. 7. with the type rating of ‘A’ or ‘C’ or ‘X’ (other than Cat ‘X’ . The form of the Certificate of Maintenance (C of M) shall be as follows: Format Aircraft holding C of A in Private Category Certificate of Maintenance (C of M) Aircraft Type: _______________________ Aircraft hours: _______________________ Reg. 4.DR Compass) or ‘R’ category. The aircraft is fully airworthy and meets all the safety/Airworthiness standards. The Certificate of Maintenance (C of M) shall be issued at specified time interval as given in Approved Maintenance Schedule. 3.0 .

using proper tools. Date: 04/04/2011 Page 26 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. It is further certified that work has been performed in accordance with updated manuals. with the type rating of ‘A’ or ‘C’ or ‘X’ (other than Cat ‘X’ .DR Compass) or ‘R’ category. 2. The person authorized to sign the Certificate Release to Service (CRS) shall be a holder of appropriate class-I Approval or a current Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence issued by the Airworthiness Directorate. component. 4. equipment. scheduled maintenance task(s). 5. Signature: Name: AME No. ANOs and Airworthiness Notices. I am fully conversant with relevant Rules given in CARs 94. engine. modification(s) and mandatory inspection(s) having been carried out in accordance with the requirements prescribed by the manufacturers of the aircraft. etc. CAA. The form of the Certificate of Release to Service (CRS) shall be as follows: Format Aircraft holding C of A in Public Transport or Aerial Work Category Certificate of Release to Service (CRS) I hereby certify that the overhaul / repair(s) / replacement(s) / scheduled maintenance task(s) / modification(s) / mandatory inspection(s) have been carried out in accordance with the instructions of the manufacturer and requirements of the Airworthiness Directorate. 3. drawing. repair(s). replacement(s). calibrated test equipments. The Certificate Release to Service (CRS) shall be issued after overhaul(s). The Certificate Release to Service (CRS) shall be issued for aircraft holding a “Certificate of Airworthiness” in the Public Transport or Aerial Work Category as required under Rule 27g (i) of CARs 94. The Certificate of Release to Service (CRS) shall be retained for a period of two years from the date of its issue.0 . The aircraft is fully airworthy and meets all the safety / Airworthiness standards.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX ‘D’ Requirements for Issuing a Certificate of Release to Service (CRS) 1. etc duly approved by the Airworthiness Directorate.

5.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX ‘E’ Requirements for Issuing a Certificate of Maintenance Review (C OF MR) 1. 4. The Certificate of Maintenance Review (C of MR) shall be issued in duplicate. The aircraft is fully airworthy and meets all the safety / Airworthiness standards and all applicable Mandatory requirements are duly complied with. one copy shall be carried on board the aircraft and the other shall be kept at Base Station of the aircraft. The Certificate of Maintenance Review (C of MR) shall be issued to certify that all maintenance specified in the approved maintenance schedule Mandatory Modifications.0 . The form of the Certificate of Maintenance Review (C of MR) shall be as follows: Format 2. Mandatory Modifications. The Certificate of Maintenance Review (C of MR) shall be issued for a period of six (06) months and specified in the relevant Approved Maintenance Schedule. 7. This Certificate of Maintenance Review (CMR) is valid until ___________________(date) I am fully conversant with relevant Rules given in CARs 94. and shall be retained for two years from its date of issue. ANOs and Airworthiness Notices. PCAA approved Manager Quality Assurance / Chief Engineer / Engineer In-charge may issue C of MR. Date: 04/04/2011 Page 27 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. Signature: Name: AME No. The Certificate of Maintenance Review (C of MR) shall be issued for aircraft holding a “Certificate of Airworthiness” in the Public Transport / Charter / Aerial Work Category or Private as required under Rule 27g (ii) of CARs 94. SBs. Certificate of Maintenance Review (C of MR) Aircraft Type: _______________________ Aircraft hours: _______________________ Regn. SB’s. AD’s. All the maintenance specified in the approved maintenance schedule. PCAA Approved Chief Engineer Quality Assurance may issue C of MR in Airlines and Organizations having their own Quality System. 6. 3. CPCP task and all other Mandatory requirements have been carried out appropriately as per specified time schedule. ADs and all other Mandatory requirements have been appropriately carried out within the specific time period and documented accordingly. and in case of General Aviation. Mark: _________________ Aircraft Cycles:_______________ I hereby certify that I have reviewed all the documents of the above mentioned aircraft which are completed and are in accordance with the approved maintenance schedule. The Certificate of Maintenance Review (C of MR) shall be completed and signed by an authorized person at the time of Validation / Renewal of Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A).

Note: . Approved Maintenance Schedule (Approval No.a.0 .APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX ‘E’ Maintenance Review (C of MR) Aircraft holding C of A in the Public Transport or Aerial Work Category C of MR (STATUS REPORT) AIRCRAFT TYPE: ENGINE TYPE: TOTAL A/C HOURS: LDGS: ENGINES POSITION SERIAL NO. NO: DATE OF MANUFACTURER: MAINTENANCE The following major check(s) have been accomplished i. COMPLIANCE C of A Expiry Date: MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS – The aircraft has been checked to the following documents: Related Airworthiness Directives Related Service Bulletins Related Air Navigation Orders Related Air Navigation Orders Other Related Airworthiness Documents Signed: Name: Date: 04/04/2011 Page 28 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5.A major check is defined as a check in which max opening up is involved. TSN CSN REGISTRATION: APU TYPE: AS ON: AS ON: SERIAL NO: CONST. ) since last C of MR Status Report.w. CHECK A/C HOURS A/C LDGS DATE REMARKS Additional Pages maybe added.

N/A 4. CAR94. Technical Log up to Page / Serial No. REVIEW OF ETOPS CONFIGRUATION STATUS (If Applicable) a) I hereby certify that all ETOPS critical Airframe / Avionics modifications have been assessed or reviewed for continued compliance in accordance with the current Airworthiness Notice. REVIEW OF TECHNICAL LOG (UP TO PAGE / SERIAL No ) I hereby certify that the Aircraft Technical Log has been reviewed and that all defects entered have been rectified or deferred.0 . 6. b) I hereby certify that all ETOPS critical Engine modifications have been assessed and reviewed for continued compliance wit the current Airworthiness Notice. and no adverse maintenance trends are evident. PLANNING No scheduled maintenance requirements are due on the above aircraft prior to its next review date other than that planned to be carried out under Organization Procedures. SB’s. That the Engine Conditioning Monitoring and Oil Consumption programmes are being carried out in accordance with Organization Procedures and no adverse trends are evident. COMPLIANCE TO MANDATORY MODIFICATION & INSPECTIONS I hereby certify that all mandatory modifications and inspections have been carried out within the prescribed time periods and any extension variation to limiting periods has been approved in accordance with Organization and Airworthiness Directorate approved procedures. 3. REVIEW OF RELIABILITY I hereby certify that the Aircraft has been reviewed for reliability. 2. listed above has been entered on Organization computer system. 04/04/2011 Page 29 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. Ensure AD’s. (if the organization is using a computer system). FLIGHT RECORDER READ OUT/ DATA DUMP (If Applicable) Flight Recorder Read Out / Data Dump has been carried out satisfactory at the period specified in the Approved Maintenance Schedule.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX ‘E’ C of MR (RENEWAL RECORD SHEET) Aircraft Type: Operator: Signature: Name of the Authorized / Designated Signatory: UnSat Aircraft Registration: Expiry Date of Current C of MR: Sat 1. 5. ANO’s and Airworthiness Notices have been assessed to the latest issue. c) 7.

APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX ‘E’ C of MR (RENEWAL RECORD SHEET) Sat 8. 11. Maintenance Schedule last reviewed date _____________________ UnSat N/A 04/04/2011 Page 30 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. One copy of C of MR is to be included in Technical Log / Aircraft Documentation File. Date: Last Concession No. REVIEW OF CONCESSIONS & OUTSTANDING DEFECTS I hereby certify that all concessions issued since the last CMR review have been reviewed and assessed as satisfactory. FINAL File this Form in aircraft file along with a copy of C of MR.: There are no outstanding defects detrimental to Airworthiness 9.0 . RAISE CMR Date of Issue this CMR: Date of Expiry this CMR: 10.

one copy shall be carried on board the aircraft and the other shall be kept at Station where “Maintenance Release” (MR) is issued or at Base Station of the Aircraft.27B (10) of CARs 94. ‘C’ .Pulse This Maintenance Release (MR) is valid until ____________________________(date) or upon completion of ________flying hours from the date of certification whichever is earlier.e.Engine ‘X’ . ‘R’ – Radio (Com/Nav) and ‘R’ .Engine. a Maintenance Release (MR) issued in respect of the aircraft shall bear an endorsement as mentioned in Rule No. CAA. The form of the Maintenance Release (MR) shall be as follows: Format Registered Aircraft Maintenance Release (MR) Aircraft Type: _______________________ Aircraft hours: _______________________ Regn. Where an aircraft has a permissible un-serviceability (i. Category ‘A’ . AME No.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX ‘F’ Requirements for Issuing a Maintenance Release (MR) 1. ‘X’ – Electrical. Mark: _________________ Maintenance Check:______________ We hereby certify that all maintenance work on the above mentioned aircraft has been completed satisfactory and in accordance with the approved maintenance schedule. The aircraft is fully airworthy and meets all the safety / Airworthiness standards. The Maintenance Release (MR) shall be issued in duplicate. The Maintenance Release (MR) shall be issued to certify that all maintenance work carried out on the above mentioned aircraft has been completed satisfactorily and in accordance with the approved maintenance schedule.Electrical ‘X’ .0 . 9. ‘X’ – Instruments. 4. The Maintenance Release (MR) shall be issued for registered aircraft as required under Rule 27B of CARs 94. covered under MEL). 5.DR Compass ‘R’ . 2. 7. ‘X’ – DR Compass. 6. ANOs and Airworthiness Notices. The persons authorized to sign the Maintenance Release (MR) shall be a holder of a current Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence issued by the Airworthiness Directorate.Airframe.Instruments ‘X’ . We are fully conversant with relevant rules given in CARs 94. 3. The Maintenance Release (MR) shall be issued at time specified in the relevant Approved Maintenance Schedule. Signature Date 04/04/2011 Page 31 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. with the type rating of ‘A’ .Airframe ‘C’.Pulse category. The Maintenance Release (MR) shall be retained for a period of two years from the date of its issue.Radio (Com/Nav) ‘R’ .

7. The form of the Certificate of Fitness for Flight (C of FF) shall be as follows: Format Registered Aircraft Certificate of Fitness for Flight (C of FF) Aircraft Type: _______________________ Regn. one copy shall be carried on board the aircraft and the other shall be kept at station where C of FF is issued or Base Station of Aircraft. 4. CAA.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX ‘G’ Requirements for Issuing a Certificate of Fitness for Flight (C of FF) 1. 04/04/2011 Page 32 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. The above mentioned aircraft is fit to perform a test flight in accordance with the requirements prescribed by the manufacturer and Airworthiness Directorate. 5. is found to be satisfactory. The Certificate of Fitness for Flight (C of FF) shall be issued in duplicate. ‘R’ – Radio (Com/Nav) and ‘R’ . ‘X’ – Electrical. 3. The Certificate of Fitness for Flight (C of FF) shall be issued prior to a Test Flight.Airframe.Engine. with the type rating of ‘A’ . ANOs and Airworthiness Notices. 2. ‘C’ . We are fully conversant with relevant Rules given in CARs 94. The Certificate of Fitness for Flight (C of FF) shall be valid for a period of seven days from the date of its issue and shall be retained for a period of two years.Pulse Category. Category ‘A’ ‘C’ ‘X’ ‘X’ ‘X’ ‘R’ ‘R’ – – – – – – – Airframe Engine Electrical Instruments DR Compass Radio (Com/Nav) Pulse AME No. ‘X’ – Instruments. Signature Date This Certificate of Fitness for Flight (C of FF) is valid until _______________________(date). The Certificate of Fitness for Flight (C of FF) shall be issued to certify that aircraft and its equipment is satisfactory and that the aircraft is fit to perform a test flight in accordance with the requirements prescribed by the manufacturer and Airworthiness Directorate.0 . The person authorized to sign Certificate of Fitness for Flight (C of FF) shall be a holder of a current Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence issued by the Airworthiness Directorate. Mark: _________________ We hereby certify that the aircraft and its equipment necessary for its Safe / Airworthiness status. ‘X’ – DR Compass.

c) 2. Holding an AME licence issued by the airworthiness directorate with the categories ‘A’ & ‘C’ or full set ‘X’ or full set ‘R’ on a type of aircraft operator by the organization. c) d) 2.0 . Chief Engineer (General Aviation) Minimum of ten years experience as aircraft maintenance engineer.1 a) 04/04/2011 Page 33 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. This experience can be relaxed by the Director Airworthiness. OR d) Holding a shop qualification considered by the airworthiness directorate to be equivalent to the requirements established in para 1(a) or 1 (b)(c) above. Requirements for approval of Head of Engineering Dept (Transport Category) a) Minimum of ten years service as aircraft maintenance engineer including at least five years service on a managerial or equivalent position. for a maximum of two years. Requirements for approval of Chief Engineer 2. OR b) Minimum of accumulated 20 years of service as aircraft maintenance engineer including at least five years service on a managerial position or equivalent.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX ‘H’ 1. OR b) Minimum of accumulated 15 years of service as aircraft maintenance engineer including at least three years service on a managerial position or equivalent.2 a) b) 2.1 a) Chief Engineer (Transport Category) Minimum of eight years service as aircraft maintenance engineer including at least five years service on a managerial or equivalent position. OR Holding a shop qualification considered by the airworthiness directorate to be equivalent to the requirements established in para 1(a) or 1 (b) (c) above. for the candidates holding engineering degree. Holding an AME licence issued by the airworthiness directorate with the categories ‘A’ & ‘C’ or full set ‘X’ or full set ‘R’ on a type of aircraft operator by the organization. Holding an AME licence issued by the airworthiness directorate with the categories ‘A’ & ‘C’ covering 50% of the fleet maintained by the organization. Chief Engineer (Domestic Repair Station) Minimum of eight years service as aircraft maintenance engineer including at least five years service on a managerial or equivalent position.

04/04/2011 Page 34 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5. Holding an AME licence issued by the airworthiness directorate with the categories ‘A’ & ‘C’ or full set ‘X’ or full set ‘R’ on a type of aircraft operator by the organization. OR d) Holding a shop qualification considered by the airworthiness directorate to be equivalent to the requirements established in para 1(a) or 1 (b)(c) above. civil aviation rules and other regulations and requirements there under as relates to his responsibilities.0 .APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS OR b) Minimum of accumulated 10 years aviation experience including at least three years service on a managerial or equivalent position. and are conversant with the firm’s exposition manual. c) Note – The applicant shall satisfy the Airworthiness Directorate that the Head of Engineering Department and Head of Department(s) / Chief Engineer are suitable person(s) capable of discharging his/their responsibilities.

CAAF-106-AWXX.2 Domestic Repair Station .2.: The following certificates are to be issued: Requirement for issuing the Certificate Personal Approval Refer CAAF-032AWXX. regular public transport.1 Summary of certification Maintenance organization who themselves are aircraft operators in any of the categories i.1 Certificate to be Issued a) b) c) d) e) f) C of M C of MR CRS MR CFF and ARC .e. charter. aerial work or private: The following certificates are to be issued where applicable: Requirement for issuing the Certificate AME License Refer Appendix ‘C’ AME License Refer Appendix ‘E’ AME License Refer Appendix ‘D’ AME License Refer Appendix ‘F’ AME License Refer Appendix ‘G’ Personal Approval Refer CAAF-032AWXX.0 .1. 1. etc.Authorized Release Certificate for releasing aircraft components for service.1 Certificate to be Issued a) ARC . CAAF-106-AWXX. repair.Authorized Release Certificate for releasing aircraft components for service. modification. 1. inspection.Organization who themselves are NOT the aircraft operator and are only involved in overhauling. CAAF-004AWXX 1. CAAF-004AWXX 1. 04/04/2011 Page 35 of 35 ANO-001-AWRG-5.APPROVAL OF MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX ‘I’ 1. testing of aircraft engines.

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