Revisions

OTAR Issue

Subject

Issue 1

First issue published for information.

Issue 2

Second issue released for information.

Issue 3

Third issue released for gazetting with minor editorial changes.

Issue 4

Change of title, addition of paragraph 21.175(c), 21.183(a)(5), weight break at 21.703 (b), reorder of Subpart E and editorial and terminology changes throughout.

Issue 5

21.71, Change to wording in line with the AN(OT)O and minor editorial changes. Clarification on the OTAA approval process for design changes and minor repairs.

21.73, Clarification of the requirements for NAA and OTAA approval of major design changes.

21.75 Acceptance of NAA procedures including those with bi-laterals and indirect approval for minor design changes.

21.79 Clarification on the acceptance of design change on import.

21.81 New paragraph on the acceptance of service bulletins.

21.175 Expansion of the acceptance of Export C of A’s. 21.303 Clarification of acceptance of new parts.

21.433 Clarification of the acceptance of major repairs from Type Certificate Holders.

21.435 Clarification on the approval of minor repairs in accordance with NAA procedures.

Issue 6

21.3 Definitions: Deletion of ‘Permit Airworthiness Release Certificate’. Addition of ‘Temporary’ and ‘Permanent’ Permits to Fly definitions. Addition of ‘Validity’ and ‘In force’ definitions with regards to certificates of airworthiness. Added definitions of ‘Alteration’ and ‘Critical Component’.

Subpart P Issue and renewal of Permits to Fly.

Clarification of the responsibilities and requirements for the application and issue of ‘Temporary’ and ‘Permanent’ Permits to Fly. Deletion of the need for an Airworthiness Release Certificate and reference to the Airworthiness Review Report.

21.75 Clarification regarding the specific NAA accepted procedures.

21.83 Acceptance on FAA Field approvals added.

Subpart K. Requirements for the acceptance of PMA parts added.

21.303 clarified applicable to new or used.

21.435 Acceptance of Type Certificate Holders approved minor repairs schemes.

21.715 Persons or organisations authorised to issue Flight Release Certificates.

21.717 The requirement for an Airworthiness Review report

Issue 7

Removal of most definitions to avoid duplication with OTAR Part 1. Simplification of process for acceptance of Design Changes in Subpart C and repairs in Subpart M. Change of ASSI’s address. Minor editorial changes to aid clarity.

Issue 8

21.3 Definitions of Certificate of Airworthiness validity and in force amended to align with AN(OT)O interpretation and ICAO Annex 8 SARPs.

Definition of Special Flight Permit added to align amended 21.701 terms with AN(OT)O Article 28.

21.183 Clarification of meaning of when a certificate of airworthiness remains in force to align with amended 21.3.

21.25(a)(2) Type Acceptance Certificate evidence requirement changed to include the acceptance of Type Certificates issued by the Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil (ANAC) of Brazil.

21.21(a), 21.73(a)(1) to (4), 21.81(a), 21.175(a)(6)(i)&(2) and 21.175(b) References to 21.25(a)(1) amended to include reference to 21.25(a)(2) for acceptance of Brazilian Type Design Authority as per 21.25(a).

21.303(a)(3) New paragraph added, acceptance of new parts from ANAC Brazil for aircraft under 21.25(a)(2).

21.71(a), 21.73(a)(4) Change to the process to permit the acceptance of Minor modifications approved under the processes of an NAA who is not the stated NAA on the OTAA Type Acceptance Certificate.

21.325(c) New paragraph added, the issue of an Export C of A when transferring aircraft between OT’s now optional, subject to the agreement of the OTAA’s concerned.

21.701 Permit to Fly procedures changed to Introduce a Special Flight Permit category to align with AN(OT)O interpretation and ICAO Annex 8 SARPs.21.703(a) & (b) Permit to Fly procedures changed to Introduce Special Flight Permit category as per 21.701. Para 21.703(c) deleted, no longer required.21.705(a),(b) & (c) Permit to Fly procedures changed to Introduce Special Flight Permit category.

21.707(a), (b) & (c), 21.711 & 21.715 Permit to Fly procedures changed to Introduce Special Flight Permit category.

21.303(b) New paragraph to permit a OTAR Part 145 Organisation to fabricate a restricted range of parts to be used in the course of undergoing work within its own facilities as permitted by the Governor.

Overview : Previous

Change Information

  1. First Issue - published for information June 2004
  2. Second issue - published for information April 2005
  3. Third issue – released for gazetting July 2005
  4. Fourth issue – April 2011
  5. Fifth issue – October 2013
  6. Sixth issue – January 2015
  7. Seventh issue - August 2017
  8. Eighth issue - January 2019

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