Commercial Air Transport Operations with Single-Engine Turbine Aeroplane Operations at Night and/or in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (SET-IMC)

GENERAL

Overseas Territories Aviation Circulars are issued to provide advice, guidance and information on standards, practices and procedures necessary to support Overseas Territory Aviation Requirements. They are not in themselves law but may amplify a provision of the Air Navigation (Overseas Territories) Order or provide practical guidance on meeting a requirement contained in the Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements.

PURPOSE

The purpose of this Overseas Territories Aviation Circular is to provide information regarding commercial air transport operations with Single-Engine Turbine Aeroplane Operations at Night and/or in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (SET-IMC) and the requirements of the AN(OT)O and OTAR Parts 121, 135 and 39 for obtaining an approval. This guidance is also intended to provide an indication of the level of knowledge and investment in resources necessary, before an operator is ready to commence the process of applying for a SET-IMC approval.

RELATED REQUIREMENTS

This Circular relates to OTAR Parts 91, 135,121 and 39.

CHANGE INFORMATION

First issue.

ENQUIRIES

Enquiries regarding the content of this Circular should be addressed to Air Safety Support International at the address on the ASSI website www.airsafety.aero or to the appropriate Overseas Territory Aviation Authority.


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