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Международный семинар по АОН 9-13 июля 2007г. (Прочитано 11175 раз)
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Международный семинар по АОН 9-13 июля 2007г.
04.07.07 :: 15:07:03
Ространснадзор 9-13 июля с.г. проводит семинар по вопросам поодержания и определения летной годности гражданских воздушных судов, в том числе, воздушных судов авиации общего назначения с участием специалистов FAA USA.
Желающие принять участие могут обратиться по тел. 155-5156, 155-5988 или по i@avion.ru
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Re: Международный семинар по АОН 9-13 июля 2007г.
Ответ #1 - 05.07.07 :: 15:47:28

Программа семинара с американской стороны:

General Aviation - maintenance Requirements - Joint Workgroup Proposal

Purpose: At the present time very little general aviation (GA) exists within the Russian Federation. This is due in major part to the fact that until recently (1997) the private ownership of aircraft was not allowed in Russian until the implementation of the present air code. Additionally the entire aviation infrastructure in Russia was and is presently geared towards commercial operations with professional pilots, operating large air carrier type aircraft, with their airspace under control of the Russian Government in cooperation with the military.

At present however, the Russian Civil Aviation Authority is in the process of writing and implementing new regulations for general aviation. There is rapidly growing general aviation interest and activity from all areas of the world in Russia. The U.S. having the largest GA aircraft community in the world is the obvious source of insight into a system of GA regulation and oversight, that while maintaining a high level of safety, does not adversely impacting GA growth.

Benefits of General Aviation: The Russian Federation is a vast territory covering 11 time zones. Similar to Alaska, Russia relies heavily on air transportation because of its limited road system, particularly in the Russian Far East. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, small aircraft operations such as commuter operations have been heavily curtailed or are non-existence. Increase in general aviation in Russia would bring direct benefits from air transportation as well as secondary economic benefits from increased trade and tourism as well as benefiting their light aircraft manufacturing industry. For example some estimates of general aviation benefits in the US show GA as providing 80% of the aviation generated revenue.

Proposed Workgroup: 2-3 FAA technical specialists would spend 5 working days not including travel in Moscow Russia, to work with Russian Specialists from the Federal air Transport Oversight Authority (FATO), Department of Airworthiness Oversight on the development of General Aviation maintenance requirements.


 FATO would provide sufficient translator resources to support the meeting.

 The workgroup would review the United States FAA system for General Aviation Maintenance requirements and oversight, Specialists would discussing at a working level the regulatory requirements, FAA work program requirements and general aviation maintenance program development in the U.S. and how it could be applied to the Russian general aviation situation.

 FAA Specialists would be furnished by AFS-300, FAA's Aircraft maintenance Division in Washington DC.

 This program would occur under the auspicious of a technical assistance agreement.

 The time frame for the workgroup would be summer 2007.

Preliminary Agenda of FAA Technical Specialists Visit to FATO
Summer, 2007
Date Agenda Note
Day 1
FAA Technical Specialists from AFS-300 arrive in Moscow

Day 2
Free Day

Day 3
Monday 08:30 Pickup at Hotel
09:00-10:00 Welcome and Introduction to the initial agenda
10:00-13:00 MODULE #1: OVERVIEW OF General Aviation

Brief History of General Aviation aircraft in U.S.

The concept of General Aviation started almost immediately as aircraft became available to individuals interested in the development of the industry. But the industry got a kick start as an outgrowth from WWI with a surplus of available aircraft and pilots looking for ways to expand the aviation industry in America.

What Does FAA consider General Aviation

All facets of aviation not including commercial air carriers or military.

What kinds of General Aviation aircraft categories are there.

Categories : Aircraft fall into two broad categories. Heavier than air- include powered single/multi engine land and sea, turbine/turboprop, very light jets, amateur built, exhibition/military surplus, unmanned UAS, and light sport. These categories operate in private recreational activities, corporate passenger/cargo, as well as special purposes such as medical, agriculture, firefighting, and photography. Unpowered include gliders, and parachutes.
Lighter than air- include hot air balloons, and airships. The distinction between a balloon and an airship is that an airship has some means of controlling its forward motion and steering itself, while balloons are carried along with the wind.

General Aviation aircraft Statistics

There are many statistics available and from various sources. Some of interest are: (approximately)
Active GA aircraft = 226,500 in the US
GA fuel consumed = 200,000,000 gal.
Total accidents = 1700/year
Fatalities = 600

13:00-14:30 Lunch

FAA authority to regulate General Aviation.

Title 49 USC 44701 (US law)

The standard for General Aviation maintenance

Maintenance is regulated by part 43 of the US Code of Federal Regulations.

FAA Airworthiness Certificate

An Airworthiness Certificate is issued to, and required to be current for flight of an individual aircraft. It is a certificate of validation for the conformity of the aircraft when issued.
Day 4
Tuesday 08:30 Pickup at Hotel

Concept of the term 'Airworthy'

The term airworthy is not defined in the US Code or Federal Regulations. However, there are two conditions that must be met:
One- The aircraft must conform to its type design.
Two- It must be in a condition for safe operation.

Overview of FAA General Aviation maintenance regulations.

13:00-14:30 Lunch

Owner/Operator responsibility for airworthiness of aircraft.

The owner/operator is ultimately responsible for the airworthiness of the aircraft. (91.403/91.405)

Pilot responsibility for the current condition of the aircraft.

The pilot in command is directly responsible for and has final authority as to the condition and operation of that aircraft. (91.3)

Mechanic/Repair Station responsibility for airworthiness after inspection and maintenance.

Mechanics (part 65) and Repair Stations (part 145) are responsible for the maintenance performed by the requirements of part 43 at the time of return to service and determined by the inspection interval of the aircraft. (Annual, 100 hour, Progressive, etc.)

Date Agenda Note
Day 5
Wednesday 08:30 Pickup at Hotel

Certification of Mechanics

Certification of mechanics is regulated by 14 CFR 65.
Applicants must meet requirements of;

Eligibility- 18yrs old. Read, speak, and understand English.

Knowledge- Pass written test, have knowledge of part 43 maintenance rules and part 91 General operating flight rules. Pass an oral and practical test.

Experience- Graduate from an approved school, or have proof of 18 months experience for the rating sought, or have 30 months combined experience for both airframe and power-plant ratings.

Recent Experience- Certificated by the FAA within the past 24 months, or within the past 6 months performed or supervised others.

13:00-14:30 Lunch

Certification of a part 145 Repair Station

Repair Station certification is regulated by part 145.51. Requirements include manuals, location, personnel, equipment, and facility identification as well as identification of work to be performed and training requirements to maintain currency. Repair Station certificates are issued by the FAA in a formal process after a review and validation of the application.

Day 6
Thursday 08:30 Pickup at Hotel

Rules for record keeping

The individual maintenance entry requirements are called out in part 43.9 and 43.11.
Aircraft maintenance records are required to be kept for the life of the aircraft and transferred with the aircraft when sold. There are provisions for replacing lost or stolen records.
The owner/operator has primary responsibility for maintaining the aircraft including the records of that maintenance. (91.403 and 91.405)

Responsibility for work performed

Certificated mechanics are responsible for the work performed under the requirements of part 43 which includes records of overhaul and rebuilding, approval for return to service, disposition of life limited parts and performance rules.

All Repairs and Alterations to a civil aircraft are classified as Major or Minor. Minor repairs and alterations can be performed by a certified individual by an entry in the aircraft logbooks with the information required by part 43.9 and 43.11.
FAA Form 337, Major repairs and alterations must be performed with FAA approved data and recorded on a Form 337. These forms are retained in the aircraft records with a copy sent to the FAA Aircraft Registry for retention.
FAA Form 8130-3, This form is an Airworthiness Approval Tag. It identifies parts for export approval and conformity determination from production approval holders. It also serves as approval for return to service after maintenance or alteration by a Repair Station.
These forms are available online at;

13:00-14:30 Lunch
14:30-17:30 MODULE #6: Overview of proposed Russian general
aviation development

Present General Aviation situation in Russian Federation.
Proposed General Aviation requirements
What kinds of General Aviation aircraft categories are there in Russia
General Aviation aircraft Statistics
Day 7
Friday 08:30 Pickup at Hotel
09:00-13:00 Module #7: Question and answer session and
workshop with specialists.

13:00-14:30 Lunch
14:30 - 17:30 Module #7: Question and answer session and
workshop with specialists (continued)

Day 8
Saturday FAA Technical Specialists depart Moscow


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Re: Международный семинар по АОН 9-13 июля 2007г.
Ответ #2 - 10.01.09 :: 13:26:11
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Re: Международный семинар по АОН 9-13 июля 2007г.
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