(1) Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must issue the certificate if satisfied of each of the following:
(a) the applicant's proposed operations manual complies with regulation 141.260;
(b) the applicant can conduct the proposed Part 141 flight training safely and in accordance with its operations manual and civil aviation legislation;
(c) the applicant's organisation is suitable to ensure that the training can be conducted safely, having regard to the nature of the training;
(d) the chain of command of the applicant's organisation is appropriate to ensure that the training can be conducted safely;
(e) the applicant's organisation has a sufficient number of suitably qualified and competent personnel to conduct the training safely;
(f) the facilities of the applicant's organisation are sufficient to enable the training to be conducted safely;
(g) the applicant's organisation has suitable procedures and practices to control the organisation and ensure the training can be conducted safely;
(h) if the applicant is an individual--the applicant is, or proposes to be, the applicant's chief executive officer;
(i) each of the applicant's proposed key personnel:
(i) is a fit and proper person to be appointed to the position; and
(ii) has the qualifications and experience required by Subpart 141.D for the position; and
(iii) has the qualifications and experience required by the applicant under subparagraph 141.260(1)(e)(i) for the position (if any); and
(iv) has the additional qualifications and experience required by CASA under regulation 141.155 for the position (if any).
(2) For paragraph (1)(b), without limiting the matters that CASA may consider, CASA must consider the following:
(a) the applicant's proposed operations manual;
(b) whether the applicant can comply with the proposed operations manual;
(c) the content of the undertaking mentioned in paragraph 141.055(2)(f);
(d) details of, and reasons for, any suspension or cancellation of:
(i) a civil aviation authorisation issued to the applicant; or
(ii) an equivalent authorisation issued to the applicant:
(A) under the law of a foreign country; or
(B) by a multinational aviation authority;
(e) the suitability of the applicant's corporate and organisational structures for the training;
(f) any other information:
(i) accompanying the application; or
(ii) in any other document given to CASA by the applicant for the application, including any document requested by CASA in relation to the application.
(3) For subparagraph (1)(i)(i), the matters CASA may consider in deciding whether a person is a fit and proper person include the matters mentioned in subregulation 11.055(4).
(4) If CASA decides to issue the certificate, CASA must determine the Part 141 flight training the applicant is authorised to conduct, including any limitations or conditions in relation to the flight training.
(5) The certificate must include:
(a) the matters mentioned in subregulation (4); and
(b) a certificate reference number determined by CASA.
(6) If CASA approves a significant change to a Part 141 operator under regulation 141.090, CASA may issue a new Part 141 certificate to the operator.