NCC/NCO/GA

1. Non-commercial operations with complex motorized aircraft (NCC)

 

The procedure for declaring non-commercial operations with complex motor-powered aircraft and including the air operator in the surveillance program is described in PIAC - OPS (Part NCC-NCO / GA), of the PIAC-OPS procedures.

 

A. CAA information

The air operator intending to conduct non-commercial operations with complex motor-powered aircraft may request a meeting with CAA representatives in order to obtain the necessary information by submitting to the CAA information (Annex 1.3 PIAC-OPS) on the intention to carry out such operations.

The meeting takes place between a team established internally in the CAA and the responsible manager of the operator.

At this meeting, the operator shall receive information on the regulations, directives, circulars and procedures that he must know and apply. At the request of the applicant, the CAA shall provide him with a package of information necessary to be implemented for the safe conduct of non-commercial operations with complex motor-powered aircraft.

 

B. Declaration of non-commercial operations with complex motorized aircraft

In accordance with Art. ORO.DEC.100 HGRM 831 of 20.08.18 the air operator must submit to the CAA a declaration regarding the conduct of specialized commercial operations, the model of the Declaration being Annex 5.1.PIAC-OPS

The CAA shall verify that the declaration contains all mandatory information and shall, within 10 days of receipt of the declaration, issue information attesting to the air operator's intention to conduct specialized commercial operations.

Before commencing specialized commercial operations, the operator must ensure that all requirements applicable to the operations it intends to carry out are implemented and complied with (example: Part ORO, Part SPO of CT-OPS).

The air operator must appoint responsible persons according to ORO.SPO.100 and implement a management system appropriate to the size of the operator, the nature and complexity of its activities, which can be described in the Operations Manual or in a separate document.

The air operator must also develop an Operations Manual in accordance with AMC2 or AMC3 at ORO.MLR.100 and the Minimum Equipment List for the aircraft it intends to operate.

If the air operator intending to conduct non-commercial operations with complex motor-powered aircraft holds an Air Operator Certificate, the provisions relating to non-commercial operations with complex motor-powered aircraft may be included in the Operations Manual specific to commercial air transport activities, but must be clearly defined. so as not to create confusion in their application. When making a decision in this regard, the air operator must take into account the complexity of the Operations Manual and how to use it if it is supplemented with elements that may differ depending on the types of operations it carries out.

If you want to obtain specific approvals (DG, PBN, LVO, RVSM and / or MNPS), the process of granting them is similar to that detailed in Chap. 2 of Part GEN of PIAC-OPS. After completing the process of obtaining specific approvals, the CAA shall issue the List of Specific Approvals to the air operator.

The air operator is required to inform the CAA of any changes to the declaration and / or means of compliance initially submitted by completing a new declaration.

 

C. Continuous supervision

After confirming the declaration regarding the development of non-commercial operations with complex motorized aircraft, CAA continuously evaluates and monitors the air operators through inspections / surveillance audits, in order to carry out the operations in safe conditions according to the provisions of the applicable legislation.

For CAA oversight organizations, the oversight program is developed taking into account the specific nature of the organization, the complexity of its activities, the results of previous certification and / or oversight activities and is based on the associated risk assessment.

CAA is not limited to the objectives of an audit / inspection mission within the meaning of this procedure, may extend the audit / inspection period, may change the frequency and timing of scheduled audits / inspections according to the information and elements available in the ongoing oversight process. the safety they perform or depending on the nature and / or extent of the air operator's operations and changes thereto.

If, during supervisory inspections, deficiencies with multiple implications are found between the air operator's departments, the inspections may turn into an audit of the air operator's entire system.

The CAA will apply a planning cycle for the supervision of air operators conducting non-commercial operations with complex motorized aircraft at least once every 12 months.

If the CAA finds that the safety performance of the air operator has decreased or if regulations / amendments have been issued to the applicable regulations that need to be implemented, audits / inspections may be carried out on the air operators concerned whenever it is considered necessary in which case the respective audits / inspections will be unplanned.

 

D. Findings and corrective actions

The CAA has a system for analyzing findings in terms of their safety significance, as follows:

• a Level 1 finding is issued when any significant non-compliance with the applicable requirements, the organization’s procedures and manuals or the conditions of an approval or certificate is found, which reduces the level of safety or seriously endangers the safety of the flight.

• a level 2 finding is issued when any non-compliance with applicable requirements, the organization’s procedures and manuals or the conditions of an approval or certificate is detected, which could reduce the level of safety or endanger the safety of the flight.

When a non-compliance is issued, the CAA communicates that finding in writing to the organization and requests corrective actions to resolve the identified non-compliance (s). The corrective action plan must be formulated in such a way as to allow the identification of the cause of the non-compliance, its correction and the corrective action as well as the time period necessary for the implementation of the proposed corrective action.

In the case of Level 1 findings, the CAA shall take immediate and appropriate measures to prohibit or restrict activities and, where appropriate, take measures to revoke the certificate or specific approval or to limit or suspend it in whole or in part, in depending on the extent of the level 1 finding, until the organization has successfully taken corrective action.

In the case of level 2 findings, the CAA:

• gives the organization a deadline for the implementation of corrective actions corresponding to the nature of the finding, which, in principle, does not exceed in any case three months. At the end of this period and depending on the nature of the finding, the CAA may extend the period of three months subject to the existence of a satisfactory plan of corrective action, previously accepted; and

• evaluates the corrective actions and the implementation plan proposed by the organization and, if the evaluation concludes that they are sufficient to resolve the non-compliance (s), accepts them.

If an organization does not submit an acceptable corrective action plan or does not execute the corrective action within the period accepted or extended by the CAA, the finding becomes a Level 1 finding and action is taken on this type of non-compliance.

 

2. Non-commercial operations with aircraft other than complex motorized aircraft (NCO)

 

In order to carry out non-commercial operations with aircraft other than complex motorized aircraft, the air operator shall ensure full compliance with Part-NCO requirements.

In the case of NCO operations, the applicable legislation does not provide for the obligation of air operators to declare their activity.

 

Oversight

After identifying air carriers that may conduct non-commercial operations with aircraft other than motorized complex aircraft, the CAA will apply a planning cycle to the supervision of air operators conducting non-commercial operations with complex motorized aircraft at least once every 12 months.

If the CAA finds that the safety performance of the air operator has decreased or if regulations / amendments have been issued to the applicable regulations that need to be implemented, audits / inspections may be carried out on the air operators concerned whenever it is considered necessary in which case the respective audits / inspections will be unplanned.

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