Revisions

OTAR Issue

Subject

Issue 1

First issue published for information.

Issue 2

Second issue for gazetting. Change to title of Part and to Purpose statement.

Issue 3

Substantial revision by the inclusion of the continued airworthiness elements derived from the operational OTARs and title change reflecting new scope of Part.

Issue 4

Addition of Subpart E and associated supporting amendments throughout the OTAR Part. Reordering of some paragraphs.

Issue 5

Correction of cross-references 39.1 and 39.61.

Issue 6

Minor changes taking account of current airworthiness issues and consultation comments. Addition of Subpart F approval relating to foreign commercial operations of Territory-registered aircraft under an ICAO Article 83bis agreement. There are other minor changes to accommodate this new Subpart.

Issue 7

Introduction of quality system, Accountable Manager, removal of approval from Subpart F and minor technical and editorial changes.

Issue 8

39.1(g) - Amended Article reference numbers to align with revision to AN(OT)O 2013.

39.61(h)(10) - Instructions for CAW and data analysis of FDR and CVR.

39.65(a) - Added MSG-3 logic.

39.75(a) - Retention of records periods changed in line with ICAO SARPs

39.75(b) - Deleted from OTAR Part 39 due to being an operational requirement.

39.91(b)(1) - Changed to ‘approved by’.

Issue 9

39.57(b) - Additional text to clarify that the OTAR 145 maintenance organisation shall conduct maintenance in the case of Commercial air transport.

39.59 MCM - Additional paragraph on the acceptance of existing NAA approved manuals in an Option 2 approval.
Requirement for procedures to detail the process for the applications for Permit to Fly Certificates.
Corrections to referenced OTAR Part 21 paragraph numbers.

39.75 - Requirements for the retention of records changed to be consistent with ICAO standards and other NAA standards.

39.79 - Additional Technical Log items identified (as applicable) ‘and’ deleted at the end of 39.79(a)(13).

39.81 - Clarification of fleet weighing requirements.

Issue 10

Change of ASSI’s address.

39.57(b) - Arrangements for maintenance with a person not under the authorisation of an OTAR Part 145 Organisation.

39.59(h)(2) - Reference error corrected.

39.95 - Deletion of 24 months concerning approval validity.

Issue 11

39.57(f), 39.59(g)(2), 39.55(g)(1)

Permit to Fly terminology changed to align with changes to Part 21 Subpart P.

Complex aircraft terminology changed to align with ICAO terminology to add “for operators of aeroplanes over 5,700kg or Helicopters over 3,175kg maximum certified take off mass” and all turbine powered aircraft.

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