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Unformatted text preview: ATPL Aviation Law © Atlantic Flight Training All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any forms by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission from Atlantic Flight Training in writing. ATPL Air Law ii 24 October 2003 CHAPTER 1 Abbreviations and Definitions Section 1 - Common abbreviations to be used for the European Central Question Bank ..................1-2 Section 2 - ICAO Definitions ..............................................................................................................1-7 Section 3 - ICAO Abbreviations .......................................................................................................1-35 CHAPTER 2 The History of Aviation Law and the Chicago Convention 1944 Introduction ........................................................................................................................................2-1 1919 Aeronautical Commission of the Paris Peace Conference........................................................2-1 1926 Ibero-American Congress, Madrid ............................................................................................2-1 1928 Pan-American Convention of Commercial Aviation, Havana ....................................................2-1 1929 Warsaw Convention of the Unification of Certain Rules to International Carriage by Air ..........2-1 1944 Convention in International Aviation (the Chicago Convention) ................................................2-2 Part I – Air Navigation ........................................................................................................................2-2 Chapter I - General Principles and Application Of The Convention ...................................................2-2 Chapter II - Flight Over Territory of Contracting States ......................................................................2-2 Chapter III - Nationality of Aircraft ......................................................................................................2-4 Chapter IV - Measures to Facilitate Air Navigation ............................................................................2-5 Chapter V - Conditions to be Fulfilled With Respect to Aircraft ..........................................................2-6 Chapter VI - International Standards and Recommended Practices ..................................................2-8 Part II – The International Civil Aviation Organisation ........................................................................2-9 Chapter VII - The Organisation ..........................................................................................................2-9 Chapter VIII - The Assembly ............................................................................................................2-11 Chapter IX - The Council..................................................................................................................2-12 Chapter X - The Air Navigation Commission....................................................................................2-14 ICAO Annexes .................................................................................................................................2-14 ICAO Technical Publications............................................................................................................2-16 International Agreements .................................................................................................................2-17 The International Air Transport Agreement ......................................................................................2-17 Supplementary Freedoms................................................................................................................2-17 The Convention of Tokyo 1963 ........................................................................................................2-17 CHAPTER 3 Multilateral, Bilateral Agreements, the Warsaw Convention 1929 and the Treaty of Rome Introduction ........................................................................................................................................3-1 The Bermuda Agreement on Scheduled Air Traffic Rights.................................................................3-2 The International Air Transport Association (IATA)............................................................................3-2 The Warsaw Convention 1929...........................................................................................................3-2 The Treaty of Rome - Transport Policy ..............................................................................................3-5 The Convention of Rome 1933/1952 .................................................................................................3-5 Commercial Practices and Associated Rules (Leasing).....................................................................3-5 Leasing of Aeroplanes between JAA Operators ................................................................................3-6 Leasing of Aeroplanes Between a JAA Operator and Any Body Other Than a JAA Operator ...........3-6 Leasing of Aeroplanes at Short Notice...............................................................................................3-7 Council Regulation (EEC) No. 2407/92..............................................................................................3-7 Transport............................................................................................................................................3-7 ATPL Air Law iii ©Atlantic Flight Training CHAPTER 4 European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) and Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) Introduction ........................................................................................................................................4-1 ECAC .................................................................................................................................................4-1 JAA Organization ...............................................................................................................................4-2 Functions of JAA................................................................................................................................4-2 Organization and Procedures ............................................................................................................4-3 Joint Aviation Authorities....................................................................................................................4-3 Membership .......................................................................................................................................4-4 The Role of the National Aviation Authorities.....................................................................................4-4 The Role of the Main Committees......................................................................................................4-5 JAA Licensing Policy and Organization..............................................................................................4-6 JAA FCL Committee ..........................................................................................................................4-7 JAA FCL Examination Sub-Committee ..............................................................................................4-7 JAR FCL ............................................................................................................................................4-8 Eurocontrol.........................................................................................................................................4-9 Objectives ..........................................................................................................................................4-9 CHAPTER 5 Annex 15 – Aeronautical Information Service Introduction ........................................................................................................................................5-1 Responsibilities and Function ............................................................................................................5-1 Exchange of Aeronautical Information ...............................................................................................5-2 General Specifications .......................................................................................................................5-2 World Geodetic System .....................................................................................................................5-2 Use of ICAO Abbreviations ................................................................................................................5-2 Identification and Delineation of Prohibited, Restricted and Danger Areas ........................................5-2 Integrated Aeronautical Information Package ....................................................................................5-3 Aeronautical Information Publication (AlP).........................................................................................5-3 NOTAM ..............................................................................................................................................5-4 SNOWTAM ........................................................................................................................................5-7 ASHTAM ............................................................................................................................................5-9 Aeronautical Information Regulation and Control (AIRAC) ................................................................5-9 Aeronautical Information Circulars (AIC)..........................................................................................5-10 Pre-Flight and Post Flight Information..............................................................................................5-11 Contents of Aeronautical Information Publication ............................................................................5-12 Charts Related to an Aerodrome .....................................................................................................5-15 CHAPTER 6 Annex 1- Personnel Licensing and JAR-FCL 1- Flight Crew Licensing (Aeroplanes) Introduction ........................................................................................................................................6-1 Authority to Act as a Flight Crewmember...........................................................................................6-1 Medical Fitness ..................................................................................................................................6-1 Validity of Licence ..............................................................................................................................6-1 JAR-FCL 1 – Flight Crew Licensing (Aeroplanes)..............................................................................6-2 Basic Authority to Act as a Flight Crew Member ................................................................................6-2 Licence and Rating ............................................................................................................................6-2 Exercise of Privileges.........................................................................................................................6-2 Acceptance of Licences, Ratings, Authorizations, Approvals or Certificates......................................6-2 Licences, Ratings, Authorizations, Approvals or Certificates Issued by JAA Member States ............6-2 Licences Issued by Non-JAA States ..................................................................................................6-2 Validity of Licences and Ratings ........................................................................................................6-2 Recent Experience.............................................................................................................................6-3 Medical Fitness ..................................................................................................................................6-3 Crediting of Flight Time ......................................................................................................................6-4 ATPL Air Law iv 24 October 2003 Curtailment of Privileges of Licence Holders Aged 60 Years or More................................................6-5 State of Licence Issue........................................................................................................................6-5 Normal Residency..............................................................................................................................6-5 Format and Specifications for Flight Crew Licences ..........................................................................6-6 Logging of Flight Time........................................................................................................................6-7 Precis of Licence Privileges ...............................................................................................................6-7 Class and Type Ratings ...................................................................................................................6-11 Single Pilot Multi Engine Type and Class Rating .............................................................................6-11 Proficiency Checks...........................................................................................................................6-12 Operator Proficiency Check .............................................................................................................6-12 Line Check .......................................................................................................................................6-12 Emergency and Safety Equipment Training and Checking ..............................................................6-12 CRM.................................................................................................................................................6-12 Ground and Refresher Training .......................................................................................................6-12 Aeroplane/Flight Simulator Training .................................................................................................6-13 CHAPTER 7 Rules of the Air Applicability of the Rules of the Air.....................................................................................................7-1 Responsibility for Compliance with the Rules of the Air .....................................................................7-1 Use of Intoxicating Liquor, Narcotics or Drugs ...................................................................................7-2 General Rules ....................................................................................................................................7-2 Negligent or Reckless Operation of Aircraft .......................................................................................7-2 Minimum Heights ...............................................................................................................................7-2 Cruising Levels ..................................................................................................................................7-2 Aircraft Restrictions ............................................................................................................................7-3 Formation Flights ...............................................................................................................................7-3 Unmanned Free Balloons ..................................................................................................................7-3 Prohibited and Restricted Areas ........................................................................................................7-3 Avoidance of Collisions ......................................................................................................................7-3 Proximity ............................................................................................................................................7-4 Right of Way ......................................................................................................................................7-4 Surface Movement of Aircraft.............................................................................................................7-6 Lights to be Displayed by Aircraft.......................................................................................................7-7 Simulated Instrument Flight (SIF) ......................................................................................................7-8 Operation on and In the Vicinity of an Aerodrome .............................................................................7-8 CHAPTER 8 Airspace Rules and Procedures Objective of the Air Traffic Services ...................................................................................................8-1 Divisions of the Air Traffic Services....................................................................................................8-1 Determination of the Need for Air Traffic Services .............................................................................8-1 Determination of the Portions of the Airspace and Controlled Aerodromes where Air Traffic Services will be Provided..................................................................................................................................8-2 Flight Information Regions .................................................................................................................8-2 Control Areas and Control Zones.......................................................................................................8-2 Controlled Aerodrome ........................................................................................................................8-2 Classification of Airspace ...................................................................................................................8-3 Required Navigation Performance (RNP) ..........................................................................................8-9 Establishment and Designation of the Units Providing Air Traffic Services........................................8-9 Specifications for Flight Information Regions, Control Areas and Control Zones.............................8-10 Flight Information Regions ...............................................................................................................8-10 Control Areas ...................................................................................................................................8-10 Flight Information Regions or Control Areas in the Upper Airspace.................................................8-11 Control Zones ..................................................................................................................................8-11 Minimum Flight Altitudes ..................................................................................................................8-11 ATPL Air Law v ©Atlantic Flight Training Service to Aircraft in the Event of Emergency..................................................................................8-12 Time in Air Traffic Services ..............................................................................................................8-12 CHAPTE...
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