A Certification of Airworthiness (C of A) is considered to be invalid if the aircraft is modified, repaired or maintained in other than the manner approved by the Authority. Should a C of A be invalidated, the aircraft shall not participate in international navigation except with the permission and approval of the State whose territory is entered. 70
CHAPTER 4: AIRWORTHINESS (/CAO) INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT. The aircraft must be provided with approved instruments and equipment necessary for the safe operation of the aircraft in the anticipated operating conditions. Safety & Survival Equipment. The preseribed safety & survival equipment that the crew or passengers are expected to use in an emergency are to be: Reliable. Readily accessible. Easily identifiable. Plainly marked as to method of operation. Aircraft Lights. Aircraft lights are to be installed in such a manner as to minimize the possibility that they may: Adversely affect the satisfactory performance of the flight crew. Subject an outside abserver to harmful dazzle. Figure 4. 2 A Life Jacket. Figure 4.3 A Warrior at night. AIRCRAFT OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND INFORMATION. General. The aircraft's operating limitations and other information necessary for the safe operation of the aircraft mu st be made available in the aircraft's: Flight Manual (and/or pilot's Operating Handbook). Markings and placards. 71 Never foryet ~-to check ~ the survival equipment of your aircraft! Airoraft ~ operatiny (] llmltatiens -are corıtalnerJ in the aircraft's Flight Manual.
CHAPTER 4: AIRWORTHINESS (lCA O) Aircraft Operating Limitations. As a minimum, the following limitations must be made available: • Loading. Alllimiting masses (weights), C of G positions, weight distribution and floor loadings. • Airspeed. Limiting airspeeds. • Power Plant. Engine limitations. • Equipment & Systems. Limitations for all the various equipment and systems installed in the aircraft. • Aircrew. Details of the minimum number of Flight Crew required to operate the aircraft. Aircraft Operating Information. At least the following information must be made available: • Loading. !ncluding empty weight, aircraft's empty weight configuration, C of G and datum. • Operating Procedures. Normal and emergency procedures. • Hand/ing information. Significant or unusual handling characteristics of the aircraft together with stall speeds. • Performance. Information as to the aircraft's performance at various aircraft configurations and power settings. 72
CHAPTER 4: AIRWORTHINESS (lCAO) AIRCRAFT FLIGHT MANUAL.
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