A part 141 flight training within the meaning of

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(A) Part 141 flight training (within the meaning of regulation 141.015 of CASR); (B) Part 142 flight training (within the meaning of regulation 142.015 of CASR); (C) balloon flying training (within the meaning of subregulation 5.01(1)) for the grant of a balloon flight crew licence or rating; or (viii) any other activity of a kind substantially similar to any of those specified in subparagraphs (i) to (vi) (inclusive); shall be taken to be employed in private operations. (7A) An aircraft that carries persons on a flight, otherwise than in accordance with a fixed schedule between terminals, is employed in a private operation if: (a) public notice of the flight has not been given by any form of public advertisement or announcement; and (b) the number of persons on the flight, including the operating crew, does not exceed 6; and (c) no payment is made for the services of the operating crew; and Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Preliminary Part 1 Regulation 2AA Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 25 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 (d) the persons on the flight, including the operating crew, share equally in the costs of the flight; and (e) no payment is required for a person on the flight other than a payment under paragraph (d). (7B) For these Regulations, an unmanned aircraft that is operating in accordance with Part 101 of CASR, or an approval granted by CASA under that Part, is employed in an aerial work operation. (8) For the purposes of these Regulations, civil air operations are divided into the classes of operations referred to in subregulation (7). (9) Any reference in these Regulations to the owner of an aircraft must, where under a contract of hire or charter agreement the control, maintenance and operation of the aircraft is vested in the hirer, be read as a reference to the hirer. (10) A reference in these Regulations to height shall be read as a reference to: (a) the vertical distance of a level or a point, or if an object is specified, that object considered as a point, measured from the datum specified in connection with the reference, or where no datum is specified, measured from the ground or water; or (b) the vertical dimension of an object; as the case requires. (11) For the purposes of these Regulations, any reference to endorsement in a licence or other document shall be read as a reference to endorsement on the document, and matter shall be deemed to be endorsed on a document if it is written on any part of the document. 2AA Meaning of ANZA mutual recognition agreements (Act s 3) The arrangements, identified for the purposes of the definition of ANZA mutual recognition agreements in section 3 of the Act, are: (a) the arrangement set out in the document entitled ‘Arrangement between the Australian and New Zealand Governments on Mutual Recognition of Aviation-Related Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Part 1 Preliminary Regulation 2A 26 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 Certification’, signed at Wellington on 13 February 2007; and (b)
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