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Topics: Aircraft, Airworthiness Directive, The Car Pages: 199 (37802 words) Published: March 12, 2014
AIRWORTHINESS REGULATIONS
Chapter 3
CAR 145 APPROVED MAINTENANCE ORGANISATIONS
Including
AMC/GM CAR 145

Issue Date: August 2013

Issue: 04
Revision: 00

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CONTENTS – GENERAL
CAR 145
APPROVED MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION





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REGULATIONS
ACCEPTABLE MEANS OF COMPLIANCE
GUIDANCE MATERIAL

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FOREWORD
1. The GCAA has adopted associated compliance or interpretative material wherever possible and, unless specifically stated otherwise, clarification will be based on this material or other GCAA documentation.

2. Future development of the requirements of CAR 145 will be in accordance with Notice of Proposed Amendment (NPA) procedures, unless otherwise decided by the GCAA. These procedures allow for the amendment of CAR 145 to be harmonised with amendments to EASA and ICAO Annexes in a timely manner.

3. This is issue 04 of this regulation and is based on NPA 17-2012. Further changes to the proposed text in the NPA have been incorporated as shown in the Comments Response Document and the Highlights of Change. This issue is dated August, 2013 and it enters t into force on 1st of September 2013. 4. Conformity with the Acceptable Means of Compliance AMC - of this Chapter is mandatory unless alternative means of compliance are acceptable to the GCAA.

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RECORDS OF REVISIONS
Issue No.:

Date:

Initial

January 2008

02

July 2011

03

September 2011

04

August 2013

Issue: 04
Revision: 00

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HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGE
Amendment
Issue No. 04
August 2013

Subject(s)

Effective Date

1.
-

Sep 2013

General changes:
Correction of typo error
Replacement of “Part” with “Regulation”
Replace “competent Authority” with “GCAA”+

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Title page -Highlight Revision - Issue “August 2013”
Forward - Highlight revised CAR Issue number.
Record of Amendment - New page
Highlight of Changes - New Page
6. CAR 145.1 - Change MTOWA to MCTOM
CAR 145.1 –Addition- The CAR 145 organisation compliance
with the applicable requirements stipulated in the CAR M
regulations
8. CAR 145.1 –Addition-The CAR 145 compliance with the
applicable requirement stipulated in CAR Part VI Chapter 3
9. CAR 145.1 Para #5 – Deletion of CAR Part V and insertion of “requirement of issue of Certificate of Fitness for Flight” 10. AMC 145.1 –Addition- Certificate of Fitness for Flight – Requirements.

11. GM 145.1 Addition- Certificate of Fitness for Flight format 12. GM 145.15 Addition – Reference to CAR 145 detailed
application process
13. AMC 145.20 - Realignment of Rating and ATA Chapters.
14. AMC 145.20 - Correction - ATA Specification 2200
- C5 Electrical Power & Lights – Delete – 85
- C6 Equipment – Add, -44, -45, -50
- C9 Fuel – Airframe – Add, - 47
15. CAR 145.30(g) – Addition- paragraphs, NOTE 1 and NOTE 2 – Category “A”
16. CAR145.30(i) –Amendment- Component certifying staff
requirements
17. CAR145.30(j)(2) –Amendment- Line maintenance certifying staff requirements at line station.
18. CAR 145.30(j)(2) – Addition of “or where the approved organisation is registered” and deletion of ”or shall hold EASA Part 66 licence” CAR 145.30(h)(iii) – Addition of NOTE – applicable to certifying staff Category C

19. AMC 145.30(f) Para 4, clarification on examination standard for NDT
20. AMC145.30 (i) – Clarification on component certifying staff requirements
21. AMC 145.42
Addition of the Brazilian ANAC
airworthiness release certification
22. AMC 145.42(a) - Para (f), deletion of Form 24-0078, and
replacing it with with “Authorised Release Certificate Form ONE”.
23. CAR 145.45 – Clarification on compliance with applicable Issue: 04
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