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CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY REGULATIONS 1998 - REG 42.040

Aircraft authorised to operate under AOCs and large aircraft must have continuing airworthiness management organisations

Aircraft authorised to operate under Australian air transport AOC

             (1)  The registered operator of an aircraft that is authorised to operate under an Australian air transport AOC must be approved by CASA under Subpart 42.G as a continuing airworthiness management organisation for the type and model of aircraft.

Aircraft authorised to operate under AOC other than Australian air transport AOC

             (2)  The registered operator of an aircraft that is authorised to operate under an AOC, other than an Australian air transport AOC, must:

                     (a)  be approved by CASA under Subpart 42.G as a continuing airworthiness management organisation for the type and model of aircraft; or

                     (b)  have a contract with a single continuing airworthiness management organisation for that organisation to ensure that all of the requirements mentioned in Divisions 42.C.2, 42.C.3 and 42.C.4 are met for the aircraft.

Large aircraft not authorised to operate under AOC

             (3)  The registered operator of a large aircraft that is not authorised to operate under an AOC must:

                     (a)  be approved by CASA under Subpart 42.G as a continuing airworthiness management organisation for the type and model of aircraft; or

                     (b)  have a contract with a single continuing airworthiness management organisation for that organisation to ensure that all of the requirements mentioned in Divisions 42.C.2, 42.C.3 and 42.C.4 are met for the aircraft.



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