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Presentation 19’ JAA/FAA Annual Conference. FCL Workshop. Agenda Item 1. 1. Report from HMT on FCL issues. 1.A. Action items from last meeting.

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Presentation 19 jaa faa annual conference

Presentation 19’ JAA/FAA Annual Conference

FCL Workshop


Agenda item 1
Agenda Item1

1. Report from HMT on FCL issues


1 a action items from last meeting
1.A. Action items fromlast meeting

1. Comparison work on FAA/JAA theoretical knowledge and practical testing requirements to recommence as soon as practicable when JAA resources have been identified. Industry comparison of FAR 142/JAA TRTO to be made available.

  • Status: Industry work received. Under final FAA review.


1 a action items from last meeting1
1.A. Action items fromlast meeting

2. FAA and JAA to reach agreement on a model Implementation Procedure for Licensing (IPL) by June 2002.

  • Status: FAA and JAA consider that the work can be completed during year 2002.


1 a action items from last meeting2
1.A. Action items fromlast meeting

3. Manufacturers organizations to finalize proposal for special validation conditions for testing/training pilots for submission to FAA/JAA.

  • Status: Complete. Proposals received in May 2002.


1 b accomplishments in addition to the action items
1.B. Accomplishments in Additionto the Action items

  • Work progressing between FAA/JAA/TCCA in the harmonization of pilot type rating and resultant required training.

  • Continued exchanges of aviation information of interest.


1 c work plan for the coming year
1.C. Work Plan for the Coming Year

1. Joint FAA/JAA work under the IPL Work Plan will begin

2. FAA will continue to participate in the JAA LST and to provide JAA with items of regulatory interest.


1 c work plan for the coming year1
1.C. Work Plan for the Coming Year

3. FAA and JAA will continue to exchange information of interest on FCL activities and look for ways of mutual participation.

4. FAA and some JAA Member States will participate in the ICAO Annex 1 review.


1 c work plan for the coming year2
1.C. Work Plan for the Coming Year

5. Continue harmonization work in the areas of the pilot type rating and training program development (a combined FCL/OPS item)

6. FAA/JAA will review the manufacturers proposal for special validation conditions for testing/training pilots (a combined FCL/OPS item).


Agenda item 2
Agenda Item 2

FAA Rulemaking/

Amendment Update


Faa rulemaking
FAA Rulemaking

  • Draft NPRM “Pilot, Flight Instructor, Ground Instructor, and Pilot School Certification Rules

    - will propose further refining changes to Part 61 and 141 final rule published on April 4, 1997.


Doj rulemaking
DOJ Rulemaking

  • Notice of advance consent for providing aviation training to certain alien trainees

    - Federal Register Notice, published February 8, 2002


Agenda item 3
Agenda Item 3

  • Implementation of

    JAR-FCL,

  • Amendment Update,

  • Transition to EASA


3 a implementation
3.A. Implementation

13 States with “Mutual Recognition” Status

Belgium Malta

Denmark Netherlands

France Norway

Finland Spain

Iceland Sweden

Ireland Switzerland

United Kingdom


3 a implementation1
3.A. Implementation

  • Mutual Recognition

  • “Overseas” Issues


3 b implementation
3.B. Implementation

Notice of Proposed Amendment Status

  • NPA 15 = Medical

  • NPA 16 = Aeroplane

  • NPA 17 = Helicopter

  • NPA 18 = Flight Engineer


3 c transition to easa
3.C. Transition to EASA

  • Essential Requirements (ER) for Licensing to be delivered to the EC by end of 2002

  • EC will then decide what should go forward for legislative action

  • By end of 2004 the revised European Regulation incorporating ER should be adopted


3 c transition to easa1
3.C. Transition to EASA

  • The Agency would then have 9-12 months to develop “implementing rules”

  • Licensing could then become an Agency function by the end of 2005.

  • In the meantime, it will be business as usual for JAA and its Member States


Agenda item 4
Agenda Item 4

IPL Work Plan

Copy in the Harmonization Work Program Document


Agenda item 5
Agenda Item 5

ICAO Annex 1 Review

  • Informal meeting being organized for Fall 2002

  • Panel Members: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Egypt, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, UK, USA, IAOPA, IATA, IBAC, IFALPA, JAA


Agenda item 6
Agenda Item 6

  • Consideration of any issues from the Thematic Workshops of this 19th Conference



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