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FAA - 民航规章
1.  MODEL CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY ACT
Model Aviation Safety Act (Act) provides a legal basis for the establishment of a Civil Aviation Authority, or CAA in [STATE], referred to in the Model Statute and the Model Regulations as the “Authority.”  The Act establishes the Authority under the Director of Civil Aviation, and defines both the duties and the authority granted the Director under the law of [STATE].  Subchapters I through IV address the organization, administration, general powers, and duties of the Authority.  Subchapter V requires the registration of aircraft in [STATE] and makes the maintenance of a system of recordation of such registration a matter of law......
2.  PART 1 — GENERAL POLICIES, PROCEDURES, AND DEFINITIONS
The Model Regulations are presented in eleven Parts.  Part 1, General Policies, Procedures and Definitions, sets forth the basic rules of construction and application of the regulations, and the rules governing the administration of licences, certifications and investigative and enforcement procedures.  Of special interest are the Implementing Standards that accompany each Part.  These Implementing Standards provide detailed requirements that support the intent of a regulation presented in a Part, and unless otherwise indicated, have the legal force and effect of the referring regulation.  Part 1 contains:  rules of construction of the regulations, general administrative rules governing testing, licences, and certificates, investigative and enforcement procedures exemptions and the definitions used in these regulations......
3.  PART 2 — PERSONNEL LICENSING
Part 2 addresses the licensing of aviation personnel.  Article 32 of the Chicago Convention requires [STATE] to issue certificates of competency and licences or validate such certificates or licences issued by other Contracting States to the pilot of every aircraft and to other members of the operating crew of every aircraft engaged in international navigation.  The basis of this obligation is the goal of promoting and conducting safe and regular aircraft operations through the development and implementation of internationally acceptable certification and licensing processes.  If the same process is extended to domestic operations, [STATE] can ensure the overall safety of aircraft operation through unification of licensing requirements. a system of recordation of such registration a matter of law.  ......
4.  PART 3 — APPROVED TRAINING ORGANISATIONS
Part 3 of the Model Regulations addresses the certification and administration of Approved Training Organisations (ATO).  ICAO Annex 1 contains standards for approval of training organisations.  Part 3 uses these standards and has also adapted them to cover other areas of airman training.  Part 3 also relies heavily upon regulations presented in 14 CFR and the JAR FCL and JAR 147/EASA 147.  The use of an ATO for the training and qualification of airmen is common in modern aviation, most particularly as operators upgrade their aircraft inventory and airmen transition to new aircraft. If the same process is extended to domestic operations, [STATE] can ensure the overall safety of aircraft operation through unification of licensing requirements. a system of recordation of such registration a matter of law......
5.  PART 4 — AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION AND MARKING
Part 4 of the Model Regulations sets forth the requirements for registration of aircraft in [STATE], and governs the application of nationality and registration marks.  This Part is derived from ICAO Annex 7 through amendment 6 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation and is supplemented from the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14 – Aeronautics and Space.  Neither the European Aviation Safety Agency nor the Joint Aviation Authorities publish regulations for aircraft registration, leaving those to the individual member States.
6.  PART 5 — AIRWORTHINESS
Part 5 presumes that the [STATE] does not presently have the capabilities or demand to issue its own original type certification and will therefore not be the State of Design or State of Manufacture.  Part 5 of the Model Regulations presents regulatory requirements for the continuing airworthiness of aircraft expected to operate in [STATE] using the standards and recommended practices in ICAO Annexes 6 and the continuing airworthiness SARPS in Annex 8 supplemented by sections from 14 CFR, and in earlier versions of the Model Regulations, the concepts from the JAR before transposition into EU regulations......
7.  PART 6 — APPROVED MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION
Part 6 of the Model Regulations provides regulations for the registration and monitoring of Approved Maintenance Organisations (AMO) in [STATE].  The proper maintenance of aircraft is fundamental to aviation safety, and requires meticulous record keeping.  Modern practice among Contracting States varies.  In the United States, persons may be individually licensed, or may be granted maintenance authority as a member of an AMO.  Similarly, a United States Air Operator Certificate (AOC) holder may use an AMO, or may employ a maintenance organisation using licensed personnel......
8.  Part 7 — INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT
  Part 7 of these Model Regulations presents standards and recommended practices as regulatory requirements for instruments and equipment on aircraft expected to operate in [STATE].  As with the other Parts of this Model Regulation, Part 7 presents the standards and recommended practices in ICAO Annex 6 supplemented by sections from the United States Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) and/or the European Joint Aviation Regulations (JAR)......
9.  PART 8—OPERATIONS
Part 8 of the Model Regulations presents regulatory requirements for the operation of aircraft in [STATE], based upon the requirements of ICAO Annexes 2 and 6.  Part 8 prescribes the requirements for operations conducted by airmen certificated in [STATE] while operating aircraft registered in [STATE], as well as operations of foreign registered aircraft by [STATE] AOC holders, and operations of aircraft within [STATE] by airman or AOC holders of a foreign State.  l Aviation Administration (FAA) and the former Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA). pan style='mso-spacerun:yes'>  Similarly, a United States Air Operator Certificate (AOC) holder may use an AMO, or may employ a maintenance organisation using licensed personnel......
10.  PART 9 — AIR OPERATOR CERTIFICATION AND ADMINISTRATION
Part 9 of the Model Regulations sets forth the requirements for persons or entities to be granted an AOC certification from [STATE].  Part 9 includes regulations concerning the AOC certificate, flight operations management, maintenance requirements, security management, and dangerous goods management and shipping.  The regulations in the Part address the standards in ICAO Annex 18, amendment 11, and the air operator requirements of ICAO Annex 6, Parts I, amendment 37-A and B, and III, amendment 18-A and B......
11.  PART 10 — COMMERCIAL AIR TRANSPORT BY FOREIGN AIR OPERATORS WITHIN [STATE]
Each contracting State is empowered under the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Convention) to set the terms for entry and flight operations into, from or within that State.  Ordinarily, flights in international commercial air transport are allowed into a contracting State under the terms and authority of international agreements granting the economic permission to operate into, from or within that contracting State.  Such agreements require the safe operation of such aircraft......
12.  PART 11 — AERIAL WORK
Part 11 of the Model Regulations sets forth the requirements for aerial work operations, including agricultural aviation, helicopter external load carrying, glider and banner towing, TV and movie operations, sight-seeing flights, fish spotting and traffic reporting.  Although the requirements of Part 11 appear to address operations internal to [STATE], in some instances, aircraft registered in [STATE] will be able to perform aerial work in contiguous states......
13.  INTRODUCTION TO THE MODEL CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY ACT AND MODEL REGULATIONS
[STATE] is a Signatory to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention, signed at Chicago on 7 December 1944).  Under Article 12 of the Convention, [STATE], as a Contracting State, is obligated to adopt measures to insure safety through conformity with international standards in its safety oversight obligations.  The fundamental elements of national safety oversight are legislation establishing and empowering a civil aviation authority in [STATE], and the promulgation of specific operating regulations for civil aviation.......
14.  TABLE OF CONTENTS
ntroduction Civil Aviation Safety Act (Model Law) Part 1 - General Policies, Procedures, and Definitions Part 2 - Personnel Licensing Implementing Standard Part 3 – Approved Training Organisations Implementing Standard Part 4 - Aircraft Registration and Marking ......
15.  Operator/Manufacturer Scheduled Maintenance Volume 1 – Fixed Wing Aircraft
YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF, AND BECOME PARTY TO, THIS AGREEMENT. THIS AGREEMENT IS APPLICABLE TO THE ACCOMPANYING MERCHANDISE (THE "MERCHANDISE"), THE INFORMATION RESIDING THEREON OR ON INTERNET WEB SITES ACCESSIBLE EXCLUSIVELY VIA LINKS FROM THE MERCHANDISE (THE "CONTENT") AND THE RELATED SOFTWARE (COLLECTIVELY, THE "LICENSED PRODUCT"). IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF, AND BECOME PARTY TO, THIS AGREEMENT, YOU CANNOT USE ANY PART OF THIS DOCUMENT AND CANNOT SHARE IT WITH OR FORWARD IT TO ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY......
16.  ATA(Air Transport Association of American)规范
1.何谓 ATA(Air Transport Association of American)规范 ATA规范是为了要制造业使用共同的系统与程序而达到降低成本的目的,ATA扮演的角色是促进这样程序带给制造业者一致共同支持与执行。因此,ATA规范是对于资料传递、处理业务、执行操作或是坚守付诸实行之自发性产业协议。
17.  General Operating and Flight Rules (14 CFR Part 91)
Title 14: Aeronautics and Space PART 91—GENERAL OPERATING AND FLIGHT RULES Contents Special Federal Aviation Regulation No. 50-2—Special Flight Rules in the Vicinity of the Grand Canyon National Park, AZ Special Federal Aviation Regulation No. 60—Air Traffic Control System Emergency Operation Special Federal Aviation Regulation No. 79—Prohibition Against Certain Flights Within the Flight Information Region (FIR) of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Special Federal Aviation Regulation No. 97—Special Operating Rules for the Conduct of Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Area Navigation (RNAV) Operations using Global Positioning Systems (GPS) in Alaska ......
18.  Certification Pilots, Flight Instructors, and Ground Instructors (14 CFR Part 61)
Title 14: Aeronautics and Space PART 61—CERTIFICATION: PILOTS, FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS, AND GROUND INSTRUCTORS Contents Special Federal Aviation Regulation No. 73—Robinson R-22/R-44 Special Training and Experience Requirements Special Federal Aviation Regulation No. 100-2—Relief for U.S. Military and Civilian Personnel Who are Assigned Outside the United States in Support of U.S. Armed Forces Operations Special Federal Aviation Regulation No. 108 Subpart A—General......
19.  Certification Air Carriers and Commercial Operators
TITLE 14—Aeronautics and Space CHAPTER I—FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED) SUBCHAPTER G—AIR CARRIERS AND OPERATORS FOR COMPENSATION OR HIRE: CERTIFICATION AND OPERATIONS PART 119—CERTIFICATION: AIR CARRIERS AND COMMERCIAL OPERATORS
20.  Operating Requirements Commuter and On Demand Operations and Rules Governing Persons On Board Such Aircraft
TITLE 14—Aeronautics and Space CHAPTER I—FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED) SUBCHAPTER G—AIR CARRIERS AND OPERATORS FOR COMPENSATION OR HIRE: CERTIFICATION AND OPERATIONS PART 135—OPERATING REQUIREMENTS: COMMUTER AND ON DEMAND OPERATIONS AND RULES GOVERNING PERSONS ON BOARD SUCH AIRCRAFT
21.  Operating Requirements Domestic, Flag and Supplemental Operations
TITLE 14—Aeronautics and Space CHAPTER I—FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED) SUBCHAPTER G—AIR CARRIERS AND OPERATORS FOR COMPENSATION OR HIRE: CERTIFICATION AND OPERATIONS PART 121—OPERATING REQUIREMENTS: DOMESTIC, FLAG, AND SUPPLEMENTAL OPERATIONS
22.  Pilot Schools (14 CFR Part 141)
TITLE 14—Aeronautics and Space CHAPTER I—FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED) SUBCHAPTER H—SCHOOLS AND OTHER CERTIFICATED AGENCIES PART 141—PILOT SCHOOLS
23.  Hazardous Materials Regulations and Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins--Dangerous Goods
Regulations & Policies Regulations & Policies Print Share Hazardous Materials Regulations When Baggage Containing Hazardous Materials Has Been "Offered by Passengers and Accepted by Air Carriers" (PDF) (DOT Interpretation) Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins Number Document Title DGAB-2008-01 (PDF) Dangerous Goods
24.  Hazardous Materials Regulations and Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins--Canned Oxygen
Regulations & Policies Regulations & Policies Print Share Hazardous Materials Regulations When Baggage Containing Hazardous Materials Has Been "Offered by Passengers and Accepted by Air Carriers" (PDF) (DOT Interpretation) Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins DGAB 2014-01 (PDF) Canned Oxygen
25.  Hazardous Materials Regulations and Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins--Batteries and Inaccurate MSDS Information
Regulations & Policies Regulations & Policies Print Share Hazardous Materials Regulations When Baggage Containing Hazardous Materials Has Been "Offered by Passengers and Accepted by Air Carriers" (PDF) (DOT Interpretation) Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins Number Document Title DGAB 07-01 (PDF) Batteries and Inaccurate MSDS Information
26.  Hazardous Materials Regulations and Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins--Chemical Oxygen Generators (COGs) and Chemical Oxygen Generators Installed in Equipment
Regulations & Policies Regulations & Policies Print Share Hazardous Materials Regulations When Baggage Containing Hazardous Materials Has Been "Offered by Passengers and Accepted by Air Carriers" (PDF) (DOT Interpretation) Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins Number Document Title DGAB-07-02 (PDF) Chemical Oxygen Generators (COGs) and Chemical Oxygen Generators Installed in Equipment
27.  Hazardous Materials Regulations and Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins--Transportation of Hydrogen Peroxide H202
Regulations & Policies Regulations & Policies Print Share Hazardous Materials Regulations When Baggage Containing Hazardous Materials Has Been "Offered by Passengers and Accepted by Air Carriers" (PDF) DGAB 01-01 (PDF) Transportation of Hydrogen Peroxide H202
28.  Hazardous Materials Regulations and Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins--Transportation of Batteries and Devices That Contain Batteries
Regulations & Policies Regulations & Policies Print Share Hazardous Materials Regulations When Baggage Containing Hazardous Materials Has Been "Offered by Passengers and Accepted by Air Carriers" (PDF) (DOT Interpretation) Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins Number Document Title DGAB 02-01 (PDF) Transportation of Batteries and Devices That Contain Batteries
29.  Hazardous Materials Regulations and Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins--Transportation of Batteries and Devices That Contain Batteries
Regulations & Policies Regulations & Policies Print Share Hazardous Materials Regulations When Baggage Containing Hazardous Materials Has Been "Offered by Passengers and Accepted by Air Carriers" (PDF) (DOT Interpretation) Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins Number Document Title DGAB 99-02 (PDF) Transportation of Batteries and Devices That Contain Batteries
30.  Hazardous Materials Regulations and Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins--Fireworks Manufactured in Mexico
Regulations & Policies Regulations & Policies Print Share Hazardous Materials Regulations When Baggage Containing Hazardous Materials Has Been "Offered by Passengers and Accepted by Air Carriers" (PDF) (DOT Interpretation) Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins Number Document Title DGAB-98-01A (PDF) Fireworks Manufactured in Mexico
31.  Hazardous Materials Regulations and Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins--Fuel Control Units
Regulations & Policies Regulations & Policies Print Share Hazardous Materials Regulations When Baggage Containing Hazardous Materials Has Been "Offered by Passengers and Accepted by Air Carriers" (PDF) (DOT Interpretation) Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins Number Document Title DGAB 98-02 (PDF) Fuel Control Units
32.  Hazardous Materials Regulations and Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins--Liquid Nitrogen in Dewars
Regulations & Policies Regulations & Policies Print Share Hazardous Materials Regulations When Baggage Containing Hazardous Materials Has Been "Offered by Passengers and Accepted by Air Carriers" (PDF) (DOT Interpretation) Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins Number Document Title DGAB 98-03 (PDF) Liquid Nitrogen in Dewars
33.  Hazardous Materials Regulations and Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins--Prohibition of Oxygen Generators Aboard Passenger Aircraft
Regulations & Policies Regulations & Policies Print Share Hazardous Materials Regulations When Baggage Containing Hazardous Materials Has Been "Offered by Passengers and Accepted by Air Carriers" (PDF) (DOT Interpretation) Dangerous Goods Advisory Bulletins Number Document Title DGAB 96-01 (PDF) Prohibition of Oxygen Generators Aboard Passenger Aircraft