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Accordingly each application for approval to conduct I.

6.3 Where an aircraft is required to be so equipped by this section, the flight data recorder system shall be operated continuously from the moment when the aircraft commences to taxi under its own power for the purpose of flight until the conclusion of taxiing after landing.

This consideration also applies to the flight crew complement.

Serviceability..................................................................................................................... 13 1 Application This section applies to all Australian registered aircraft.4.1C If the automatic pilot fitted to an aeroplane engaged: (a) in charter operations; or (b) in aerial work operations as an air ambulance or for a flying doctor service; loses a capability referred to in paragraph 4.1A, the aeroplane may, if the pilot is satisfied that it is safe to do so, be operated under the Instrument Flight Rules by a single pilot at any time within the period of 3 days commencing on the day on which the automatic pilot loses the capability.

6 Recording equipment 6.1 An aircraft of maximum take-off weight: (a) In excess of 5 700 kg and which is: (i) turbine powered; or (ii) of a type first certificated in its country of manufacture on or after 1 July 1965; shall not be flown (except in agricultural operations) unless it is equipped with an approved flight data recorder and an approved cockpit voice recorder system; (b) Less than or equal to 5 700 kg and which is: (i) pressurised; and (ii) turbine powered by more than 1 engine; and (iii) of a type certificated in its country of manufacture for operation with more than eleven places; and (iv) issued with its initial Australian Certificate of airworthiness after 1 January 1988; shall not be flown unless it is equipped with an approved cockpit voice recorder system.

Application.......................................................................................................................... 3 Instrumentation for flight under Visual Flight Rules 3.1 An aeroplane engaged in: (a) a regular public transport operation (RPT); or (b) a charter operation that has maximum take-off weight exceeding 5 700 kg — a charter operation; may only be operated under the V.

4.1B In spite of paragraph 4.1A, an aeroplane referred to in that paragraph that is not equipped with an automatic pilot in accordance with that paragraph may be operated under the Instrument Flight Rules, if the aeroplane: (a) is equipped with fully functioning dual controls; and (b) has 2 control seats, with 1 control seat occupied by the pilot in command of the aeroplane and the other by a person who holds a commercial pilot (aeroplane) licence or an air transport pilot (aeroplane) licence with: (i) an endorsement for that type of aeroplane; and (ii) at least a co-pilot (aeroplane) instrument rating.

if the balloon or airship is equipped with the following: (a) the instruments specified in Appendix X; (b) any other instruments and indicators specified in the flight manual of the balloon or airship.

if it is equipped with the following: (c) the instruments specified in Appendix I; (d) any other instruments and indicators specified in the aircraft’s flight manual.

Recording equipment........................................................................................................... permissible unserviceability means any defect or damage that CASA has approved under subregulation 37 (1) of the Regulations as a permissible unserviceability.

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