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Sample

Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition


(CAME)

according to

Commission Regulation (EC) No. 2042/2003


Annex I, Part-M, Subpart G
of 20 November 2003

and
EC No.1056/2008

and
ED Decisions
No. 2003/19/RM of 28/11/2003
No. 2008/013/R of 12/12/2008
No. 2009/006/R of 24/03/2009

Issue 1 / Revision A Date: 28.10.2009

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2003
Author: Ing. Martin Krenn

Introduction

Diese Sample CAME ist in englischer Sprache verfasst, um die Verbindung der
Verordnung (EG) Nr. 2042/2003 DER KOMMISSION vom 20. November 2003 und
den nur in englischer Sprache verfügbaren AMC Material herzustellen. Das AMC
Material ist in Bezug auf den Umfang wesentlich bedeutender als das Gesetz. Die
Erstellung einer CAME in deutscher Sprache ist dann zweckmäßig, wenn der
Großteil der Kunden aus österreichischem Hoheitsgebiet bzw. deutschsprachigem
Raum zu erwarten sind.
Diese CAME ist als Beispiel für so genannte freie CAMOs erstellt worden. Das sind
für die Führung der Aufrechterhaltung der Lufttüchtigkeit anerkannte Unternehmen
mit dem Recht zur Aufrechterhaltung der Lufttüchtigkeit von Luftfahrzeugen in der
nicht gewerbsmäßigen Beförderung, bzw. Ballone im Betrieb der gewerblichen
Beförderung (Luftbeförderungsunternehmen). Das heißt also nicht verwendbar in
Zusammenhang mit einem AOC.
Ledigliches Kopieren der Inhalte dient nicht der Erstellung einer CAME, da die
Inhalte sehr breit beschrieben sind.

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CAME – Cover sheet

Company name
Address
Telephone number
Fax number
E-mail address

Approval number

Issue/Revision number of the exposition


Issue date of the exposition

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2003
Author: Ing. Martin Krenn

Table of contents
Introduction...............................................................................................................................2
Table of contents......................................................................................................................4
List of effective pages...............................................................................................................7
Revision list ..............................................................................................................................8
Distribution list ..........................................................................................................................9
Abbreviation list ......................................................................................................................10
Part 0 General organisation ...................................................................................................19
0.1 Corporate commitment by the accountable manager....................................................19
0.2 General Information.......................................................................................................20
a) Brief description of the organisation .............................................................................20
b) Scope ...........................................................................................................................20
c) Relationship with other organisations ...........................................................................21
d) Aircraft managed ..........................................................................................................22
e) Type of business ..........................................................................................................22
0.3 Management personnel.................................................................................................23
a) Accountable manager...................................................................................................23
b) Nominated post holder for continuing airworthiness PCA (person responsible for
continuing airworthiness) ..................................................................................................23
c) Continuing airworthiness coordination..........................................................................25
d) PCA Deputy..................................................................................................................25
e) Quality manager ...........................................................................................................25
0.4 Management organisation chart ....................................................................................27
a) General organisation chart ...........................................................................................27
b) Personal data ...............................................................................................................28
c) Manpower resources and training policy ......................................................................30
0.5 Notification procedure to the competent authority regarding changes to the
organisation's activities / approval / location / personnel ..................................................32
a) General.........................................................................................................................32
b) Procedure .....................................................................................................................32
0.6 Exposition amendment procedure.................................................................................34
a) General.........................................................................................................................34
b) Procedure .....................................................................................................................34
Part 1 Continuing airworthiness management procedures ....................................................36
1.1 Aircraft continuing airworthiness record system utilisation ............................................36
a) Bordbuch and/or continuing airworthiness record system ............................................36
b) M.E.L. application .........................................................................................................37
1.2 Owner/Operator aircraft maintenance programmes - development & amendment .......38
a) General.........................................................................................................................38
b) Generic/Baseline Maintenance Programme .................................................................38
c) Content of the AMP ......................................................................................................39
d) Development ................................................................................................................39
1.3 Time and continuing airworthiness records, responsibilities, retention, access ............41
a) Hours and cycles recording ..........................................................................................41
b) Records ........................................................................................................................41
c) Preservation of records.................................................................................................44
d) Transfer of continuing airworthiness records................................................................44
1.4 Accomplishment and control of Airworthiness Directives ..............................................45
a) Airworthiness directive information...............................................................................45
b) Airworthiness directive decision ...................................................................................45

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c) Airworthiness directive control ......................................................................................45


1.5 Analysis of the effectiveness of the aircraft maintenance programme ..........................47
1.6 Non-mandatory modification embodiment policy...........................................................48
a) General.........................................................................................................................48
b) Service Bulletins ...........................................................................................................48
c) Modifications.................................................................................................................48
d) Minor Modifications.......................................................................................................48
e) Recording of Modifications ...........................................................................................48
1.7 Major modification / repair standards ............................................................................49
a) General.........................................................................................................................49
b) Development and approval of major modification and major repairs ...........................49
1.8 Defect reports ................................................................................................................50
a) Analysis ........................................................................................................................50
b) Liaison with manufacturers and regulatory authorities .................................................51
c) Deferred defect policy...................................................................................................51
d) Non Deferrable Defects policy......................................................................................51
e) Repetitive Defects ........................................................................................................51
f) Mandatory Occurrence Reporting .................................................................................51
g) Occurrence Review Meetings.......................................................................................51
1.9 Engineering activity .......................................................................................................53
1.10 Reliability programmes ................................................................................................53
1.11 Pre-flight inspections ...................................................................................................54
1.12 Aircraft weighing ..........................................................................................................54
1.13 Check flight procedures...............................................................................................55
a) General.........................................................................................................................55
b) Procedures and standards ...........................................................................................55
Part 2 Quality system .............................................................................................................56
2.1 Continuing airworthiness quality policy, plan and audits procedure ..............................56
a) Continuing airworthiness quality policy.........................................................................56
b) Quality plan...................................................................................................................57
c) Quality audit procedure.................................................................................................57
d) Quality audit remedial action procedure .......................................................................58
2.2 Monitoring of continuing airworthiness management activities .....................................59
2.3 Monitoring of the effectiveness of the aircraft maintenance programme(s)...................59
2.4 Monitoring that all maintenance is carried out by an appropriate maintenance
organisation ......................................................................................................................59
2.5 Monitoring that all contracted maintenance is carried out in accordance with the
contract, including sub-contractors used by the maintenance contractor.........................59
2.6 Quality audit personnel..................................................................................................60
Part 3 Contracted Maintenance..............................................................................................61
3.1 Maintenance contractor selection procedure.................................................................61
3.2 Quality audit of aircraft...................................................................................................61
Part 4 Airworthiness Review Procedures ...............................................................................63
4.1 Airworthiness review staff..............................................................................................65
4.1.1 Experience, qualification, training and procedure ....................................................65
4.1.2 Authorisations ..........................................................................................................67
4.1.3 Records ...................................................................................................................68
4.2 Review of aircraft records..............................................................................................69
4.3 Physical survey..............................................................................................................69
4.3.1 Physical survey on the aircraft.................................................................................70
4.4 Additional procedures for recommendations to competent authorities for the import of
aircraft...............................................................................................................................72
a) Transfer of aircraft registration within the EU ...............................................................72

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b) Airworthiness review of used aircraft imported into the EU ..........................................72


c) New aircraft from EU or imported from a third country .................................................75
4.5 Recommendations to competent authorities for the issuance of airworthiness review
certificates.........................................................................................................................76
4.5.1 Findings ...................................................................................................................77
4.6 Issuance of airworthiness review certificates ................................................................78
4.6.1 Invalidity of the airworthiness review certificate.......................................................79
4.7 Airworthiness review records, responsibilities, retention and access............................79
Part 5 Appendices ..................................................................................................................80
5.1 Sample documents........................................................................................................80
a) Bordbuch ......................................................................................................................80
b) Accident / Incident Report ............................................................................................80
c) Quality plan...................................................................................................................80
d) Extension form..............................................................................................................80
e) CAME Recognition Certificate ......................................................................................80
f) Document review checklist (example) ...........................................................................81
g) Physical review checklist ..............................................................................................84
h) Recommendation form for issuance of airworthiness review certificates .....................87
i) Annual Review Checklist OMP –Small AC ....................................................................87
5.2 List of airworthiness review staff....................................................................................90
5.2.1 Airworthiness review staff authorisation .....................................................................90
5.3 List of approved maintenance organisations contracted ...............................................91
5.4 List of contracts with owners/operators and their aircraft ..............................................91
5.5 Holders of AMP’s...........................................................................................................91
5.6 List of sub-contractors ...................................................................................................91
5.7 Copy of contracts with approved maintenance organisations .......................................91
5.8 Copy of contracts for sub-contracted work ....................................................................91
5.9 Copy of contracts for the provision of maintenance data by the owner or operator ......91

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List of effective pages

Page Revision Date


Introduction

Part 0 General organisation

Part 1 Continuing airworthiness management procedures

Part 2 Quality system

Part 3 Contracted Maintenance

Part 4 Airworthiness review procedures

Part 5 Appendices

Approved by Austro Control GmbH


…………………………
File number

…………………………………… …………………………
Signature and Stamp Date

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Revision list1

Issue and Revision Revision incorporated


Revision
Date Brief description Date Name/Signature
number
administrative corrections;
incorporation of M.A.901(e),
1A 28.10.2009
M.A.902(a), (b) & M.A.904(a)
Revision of Part 4

1
This section includes all revisions of this manual by date of revision and the effectiveness of the
revision/approval by Austro Control GmbH. Each revision has to be entered and noted on the revision list by the
holder of the CAME, showing the date of revision and the signature.

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Distribution list

This Continued Airworthiness Management Exposition and any subsequent revision


are distributed according to part 0.5 to the following recipients.

Copy Receiver Publication


number form2
1. Austro Control GmbH
2. Accountable Manager
3. Quality Manager
4. Nominated post holder for continuing airworthiness
5.

Each holder of a CAME is personally responsible for the insertion of all revisions. All
responsible persons shall have a thorough knowledge with the organisation’s CAME.
A CAME Recognition Certificate (5.1 e) shall signed by these persons as
confirmation that they have received the document.
All persons concerned by the CAME have to have access.

2
The CAMO may use paper form or electronic data processing or a combination of both methods for publication
of the CAME. However the CAME should be made available in a form acceptable to the recipients.

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Abbreviation list
A/C Aircraft
ACG Austro Control GmbH (Competent Authority)
AD Airworthiness Directive
AFM Aircraft Flight Manual
AM Accountable Manager
AMC Acceptable Means of Compliance
AMP Owner/Operator Aircraft Maintenance Program
AOC Air Operator Certificate
APU Auxiliary Power Unit
ARC Airworthiness Review Certificate
ARS Airworthiness Review Staff
AWOPS All Weather Operations
BMVIT Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie
CAME Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition
CAMO Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation
CAT Commercial Air Transport
CDL Configuration Deviation List
CG Centre of Gravity
CoA Certificate of Airworthiness
CRS Certificate of Release to Service
CVR Cockpit Voice Recorder
DFDR Digital Flight Data Recorder
DO Design Organisation
DOA Design Organisation Approval
EASA European Aviation Safety Agency (Agency)
ELA 1 aircraft European Light Aircraft
ELT Emergency Locator Transmitter
ETOPS Extended Twin-Engine Operations
EU European Union
EU OPS 1 European Union “Commercial Air Transportation Aeroplanes”
(Annex III (EEC) No. 3922/91 idgF)
FAA Federal Aviation Administration
HIL Hold Item List
IFR Instrument Flight Rules
JAR OPS 3 Joint Aviation Requirement “Commercial Air Transportation
Helicopter”
JAR 26
Joint Aviation Requirement “Additional Airworthiness
Requirements for Operations”

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LBA Luftfahrt- Bundesamt


LLP Life limited Parts
LROPS Long Range Operations
LTA Lufttüchtigkeitsanweisung
LTH Lufttüchtigkeitshinweis
LTZ Lufttüchtigkeitszeugnis
M.E.L. Minimum Equipment List
MM Maintenance Manual
MNPS Minimum Navigation Performance Standard
MSG Maintenance Steering Group
MO Maintenance Organisation
MOM Maintenance Organisation Manual
NAA National Aviation Authority
ODAR Organizational Designated Airworthiness Representatives
OMP Operations Manual
Part 21 Annex zur Commission Regulation (EC) No. 1702/2003
Part-M Annex I zur Commission Regulation (EC) No. 2042/2003
PCA Nominated Post Holder for Continuing Airworthiness (Person
responsible for Continuing Airworthiness)
PFC Pre Flight Check
PIC Pilot In Command
QM Quality Manager
RNAV Area Navigation
RVSM Reduced Vertical Separation Minima
SB Service Bulletin
SIL Service Information Letter
SRM Structure Repair Manual
STC Supplemental Type Certificate
STCH Supplemental Type Certificate Holder
TC Type Certificate
TCDS Type Certificate Data Sheet
TCH Type Certificate Holder
ZLLV Zivilluftfahrzeug- und Luftfahrtgerät-Verordnung

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Compliance list

EC No. 2042 ED Decision


Content CAME Reference
M.A. AMC
Continuing airworthiness task
301(1) 301 -1- 1.11
Pre-flight inspections
Continuing airworthiness task
Defect rectification of defects to an 1.1.a, b, 1.5,
301(2) 301 -2-
officially recognised standard (MEL, 1.8.a, c
CDL)
Continuing airworthiness task
301(3) 301 -3- Accomplishment of all maintenance in 1.2
accordance with the approved AMP
Continuing airworthiness task
301(4) 301 -4- Analysis of the effectiveness of the 1.5, 2.3
approved AMP
Continuing airworthiness task
301(5) 301 -5- 1.4
Continuing airworthiness tasks
Continuing airworthiness task
301(6) − Accomplishment of modifications and 1.7
repairs
Continuing airworthiness task
301(7) 301 -7- Non-mandatory modifications and/or 1.6
inspections
Continuing airworthiness task
301(8) − 1.13
Maintenance check flights
302(a) 302 Aircraft maintenance programme 1.2.a, 1.2.c, 1.2d
Aircraft maintenance programme
302(b) − Amendment and approval by the 1.2.d (3), (4)
Competent Authority
Aircraft maintenance programme
302(c), i,ii 302 (c.1) bis (c.7) N/A
Indirect Approval
Aircraft maintenance programme
302(d), i, ii 302(d) 1.2 c
Content of the AMP
Aircraft maintenance programme
302(e) − 1.2c
Details of the AMP
Aircraft maintenance programme
302(f) 1.10
Reliability programme
Aircraft maintenance programme
302(g) 1.2d, 5.1i
Periodic reviews
303 − Airworthiness directives 1.4
304 304 Data for modifications and repairs 1.7
Aircraft continuing airworthiness
305(a) bis (d) 305(d) record system 1.1.a, 1.3, 1.4.c, 1.6.e
CRS, logbooks, log cards, content
Aircraft continuing airworthiness
record system
305(e) − 1.3.b
Information relevant to any component
installed
Aircraft continuing airworthiness
305(f) − record system 0.3.b
Responsibility
Aircraft continuing airworthiness
305(g) − record system 1.3.b
Entries
305(h)
Aircraft continuing airworthiness
305(h.1) bis
record system 1.3.b, c
(h.5)
Retention periods

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Aircraft continuing airworthiness record


305(h.6) 305(h.6) 1.3.b, c
system
Owner’s/Operator’s technical log system
306(a) 306(a) Content 1.1.a

Owner’s/Operator’s technical log system


306(b) 306(b) Acceptance and approval by the Competent 1.1.a
Authority
Owner’s/Operator’s technical log system
306(c) − 1.1.a
Retention periods
307(a) Transfer of aircraft continuing
307(a) 1.3.d
bis (c) airworthiness records
701 − Scope N/A
702 − Application N/A
703 − Extent of approval N/A
Extent of approval
703(c) 0.2.1
Scope
Continuing airworthiness management
704(a)1 − exposition 0.1
Corporate commitment signed by the AM
Continuing airworthiness management
704(a)2 − exposition 0.2.c
CAMO’s scope of work
Continuing airworthiness management
exposition
704(a)3 − 0.4.b
Title(s) and name(s) of person(s) referred to in
M.A.706(a), (c), (d) and (i)
Continuing airworthiness management
704(a)4 − exposition 0.4.a
Organisation chart
Continuing airworthiness management
704(a)5 − exposition 4.1.b, 5.2
List of M.A.707 airworthiness review staff
Continuing airworthiness management
704(a)6 − exposition 0.2.a
Description and location of the facilities
Continuing airworthiness management
exposition
704(a)7 − 0.3, 1.
Procedures specifying how the CAMO ensures
compliance with this Part
Continuing airworthiness management
704(a)8 − exposition 0.6
CAME amendment procedures
Continuing airworthiness management
exposition
704(a)9 0.2.1, 5.4
List of approved and generic/baseline
maintenance programmes
Continuing airworthiness management
704(b) − exposition 0.6
Approval by the Competent Authority
Continuing airworthiness management
exposition
− 704(1) 0.3, 1.
Procedures specifying how the CAMO ensures
compliance with this Part
Continuing airworthiness management
− 704(2) exposition CAME
Structure
Continuing airworthiness management
exposition
− 704(3) N/A
Document structure for a combined Part-145
and M.A. Subpart G organisation
Continuing airworthiness management
− 704(4) 0.4.c
exposition

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Personnel should be familiar with those parts


of the CAME that are relevant to their tasks.
Continuing airworthiness management
− 704(5) exposition 0.6.b
Responsibility for the amendment
Continuing airworthiness management
− 704(6) exposition 0.6
CAME amendment procedures
Continuing airworthiness management
− 704(7) exposition Distribution List, 0.6
Publication form
Continuing airworthiness management
− 704(8) exposition 0.1
Corporate commitment signed by the AM
Continuing airworthiness management
− 704(9) exposition 0.1
Corporate commitment signed by the AM
705 705 Facilities 0.2.a
706(a) Personnel requirements
706 0.3.a, b, e
bis (d) AM, QM, PCA
Personnel requirements
706(e.1)
706(e) Acceptance of the PCA by the competent 0.4.b
706(e.2)
authority
Personnel requirements
706(f),(g) 706 0.4.c
Manpower resources
Personnel requirements
706(h) 706 0.4.c
Training recording
Personnel requirements
− 706(1) bis 706(4) 0.4.b
QM, PCA
Personnel requirements
706(i) 706(i) 0.2.1, 4.8
Extension staff
Personnel requirements
706(j) 0.4b, 5.2
AM, PCA, Ext. staff
Airworthiness review staff
707(a.1) 707(a) 4, 4.1.1
Above 2.730 kg MTOM
Airworthiness review staff
707(a.2) 707(a.2) 4, 4.1.1
2.730 kg MTOM and below
Airworthiness review staff
707(b) 707(b) 4.1.1
Acceptance by the competent authority
Airworthiness review staff
Demonstration of appropriate recent
707(c) 707(c) 4.1.2
continuing airworthiness management
experience
Airworthiness review staff
Identification by listing each person in the
707(d) - 4.1.1, 5.2
CAME together with their airworthiness review
authorisation reference
Airworthiness review staff
707(e) 707(e) 4.1.3
Records
Continuing airworthiness management
All continuing airworthiness management shall Refer to
708(a) −
be carried out acc. to the prescriptions of M.A M.A.301-M.A.307
Subpart C.

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Continuing airworthiness management


Development and control of aircraft aircraft
708(b.1) − 1.2.c, 1.10
maintenance programme and reliability
programme
Continuing airworthiness management
708(b.2) − Approval of the AMP by the Competent 1.2
Authority
Continuing airworthiness management
708(b.3) − Management of approval of modification and 0.3.b
repairs
Continuing airworthiness management
708(b.4) − Ensure that all maintenance is carried out in 0.3.b
accordance with the approved AMP.
Continuing airworthiness management
708(b.5) − 1.4
Ensure that all applicable AD’s are applied.
Continuing airworthiness management
708(b.6) − Ensure that all defects are corrected by an 1.8
appropriately approved MO.
Continuing airworthiness management
Ensure that the aircraft is taken to an
708(b.7) − 0.3.b
appropriately approved maintenance
organisation whenever necessary.
Continuing airworthiness management
708(b.8) − 0.3.b
Coordination of maintenance
Continuing airworthiness management
708(b.9) − 1.3.b, c
Management and archiving of records
Continuing airworthiness management
708(b.10) − 0.3.b, 1.12
Mass and balance statement
Continuing airworthiness management
708(c) 708(c) 0.2., 0.3.b, 3.1
Maintenance contract
Documentation
709(a) − 1.2, 1.3 b, 1.4, 1.6, 5.9
Current maintenance data
Documentation
709(b) 709 0.2.1, 1.2b
Generic/Baseline Maintenance Programme
Airworthiness review
710(a) 710(a) 4.2
Documented review of the aircraft records
Airworthiness review
710(b) 710(b) and (c) 4.3
Physical survey of the aircraft
Airworthiness review
710(c) 710(b) and (c) 4.3
Physical survey of the aircraft
Airworthiness review
710(d) 710 (d) 4.6
Anticipation of the airworthiness review
Airworthiness review
710(e) 710(e) 4.6
airworthiness review certificate
Airworthiness review
A copy of any airworthiness review certificate
710(f) − 4.6
issued or extended for an aircraft shall be sent
to the Member State of Registry
Airworthiness review
710(g) − Airworthiness review tasks shall not be sub- 4
contracted
Airworthiness review
710(h) − Inconclusive outcome of the airworthiness 4.6
review
711(a) − Privileges of the organisation 0.2, 0.2.1
Privileges of the organisation
711(b) 711(b) 0.2.1, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6
Additionally privileges

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Quality system
712(a) 712(a) 2.1.a, b, c, d
Establishment of a quality system
Quality system
712(b.1) 712(b.1) 0.3.e, 2.1.a, 2.2
Monitoring of M.A. Subpart G activities
Quality system
712(b.2) 712(b.2) Monitoring that all contracted maintenance is 0.3.e, 2.5
carried out in acc. with the contract
Quality system
712(b.3) 712(b.3) Monitoring the continued compliance of M.A. 2.1.a, 2.1.c
Subpart G
Quality system
− 712(b.4) 2.1.c, 2.6
Independent audit
Quality system
− 712(b.5) Annual check to ensure that all aspects of 2.1.b, 2.5
M.A. Subpart G are fulfilled
Quality system
− 712(b.6) 2.1.b
Additional locations of the organisation
Quality system
− 712(b.7) 2.1.c
Audit report
Quality system
− 712(b.8) 2.6
Audit personnel
Quality system
− 712(b.9) 2.1.b
Quality plan
Quality system
712(c) − 2.1.d
Records
Quality system
712(d) − Combination of the quality system of the 0.2.a
CAMO in case of approval with another part
Quality system
712(e) − N/A
Commercial air transport
Quality system
712(f) 712(f) Replacing the quality system by an 0.3, 2.1
organisational review
Changes to the approved continuing
713 713 0.5
airworthiness organisation
Record-keeping
714(a) − 1.3
Record of all details of work carried out
Record-keeping
If the CAMO has the privilege of M.A.711(b), it
714(b) − shall retain a copy of each ARC and 1.3, 4.7
recommendation issued, together with all
supporting documents
Record-keeping
714(c) − 4.7
Retention periods
Record-keeping
714(d) − 1.3.c
Storage
Record-keeping
714(e) − 1.3.c
Computer hardware used to ensure backup
Record-keeping
714(f) − 1.3.d
Transfer of CAM
Record-keeping
714(g) − Termination of continuing airworthiness 1.3.d
management of the CAMO
Record-keeping
(1) CRS, (2) responsibilities,
(3) Acceptable form of continuing
− 714(1) bis (6) 1.3.b, 1.3.c, 1.3.d
airworthiness records, (4) Paper systems, (5)
Computer systems, (6) Microfilming or optical
storage
715 − Continued validity of approval 0.1, 0.5.b, 2.1.d
Findings
716(a) − 2.1.d
Level 1
Findings
716(b) − 2.1.d
Level 2

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Findings
716(c) − 2.1.d
Corrective action
Aircraft airworthiness review
901 901 Periodically review of aircraft and its 4
continuing airworthiness records
Aircraft airworthiness review
901(a) 901(a) 4.6
Issue of airworthiness review vertificate
Aircraft airworthiness review
901(b) − 4.6
Aircraft in controlled environment
Aircraft airworthiness review
− 901(b)1 and (b)2 4.6
Aircraft outside a controlled environment
Aircraft airworthiness review
901(c)1 − Issue of an ARC for aircraft within controlled 4.6, 4
environment
Aircraft airworthiness review
901(c)2 901(c)2 Validity of the ARC for aircraft within 4.6, 4
controlled environment
Aircraft airworthiness review
901(d) 901(d) Recommendation to Competent Authority for 4.5, 4
the issue of ARC
Aircraft airworthiness review
AR and issue of ARC by competent authority
901(e) 901(e) 0.2.1, 4.6, 4
when circumstances exist which show
potential safety threat
Aircraft airworthiness review
901(f) 4
Extension of ARC
Aircraft airworthiness review
901(g) N/A
ELA 1
Aircraft airworthiness review
901(h) 4
Potential safety threat
Aircraft airworthiness review
901(i) 4
Review by the authority
Aircraft airworthiness review
901(j) 4
Provision of documents
Aircraft airworthiness review
901(k) 4, 4.6, 4.8
Airworthiness of aircraft
Validity of the airworthiness review
902(a) 1 − certificate 4.6, 4
Cases where and ARC becomes invalid
− Validity of the airworthiness review
902(a)2 certificate 4.6, 4
Cases where and ARC becomes invalid
Validity of the airworthiness review
902(a)3 − certificate 4.6, 4
Cases where and ARC becomes invalid
Validity of the airworthiness review
902(a)4 − certificate 4.6, 4
Cases where and ARC becomes invalid
Validity of the airworthiness review
902(b)1 − certificate 4.6, 4
Cases where an aircraft must not fly
− Validity of the airworthiness review
902(b)2 certificate 4.6
Cases where an aircraft must not fly
Validity of the airworthiness review
902(b)3 − certificate 4.6
Cases where an aircraft must not fly
− Validity of the airworthiness review 4.6
902(b)4 certificate
Cases where an aircraft must not fly
− Validity of the airworthiness review
902(b)5 certificate 4.6
Cases where an aircraft must not fly
902(c) − Validity of the airworthiness review 4.6

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certificate
Return of ARC to the Competent Authority
Transfer of aircraft registration within the
903(a)1 903(a)1 EU 4.4.a
Application
Transfer of aircraft registration within the
903(a)2 − EU 4.4.a
Application
Transfer of aircraft registration within the
903(b) 903(b) EU 4.4.a
Former ARC validity
Airworthiness review of aircraft imported
904(a)1 904(a)1 into the EU 4.4
Importing from a third country
Airworthiness review of aircraft imported
904(a)2 904(a)2 into the EU 4.4
Importing from a third country
Airworthiness review of aircraft imported
904(a)3 − into the EU 4.4
Importing from a third country
Airworthiness review of aircraft imported
904(b) 904(b) into the EU 4.4
Recommendation
Airworthiness review of aircraft imported 4.4
904(c) − into the EU
Recommendation
Airworthiness review of aircraft imported
904(d) − into the EU 4.4
Recommendation
Airworthiness review of aircraft imported
904(e) − into the EU 4.6
Recommendation
Findings
905(a) 4.5
− Level 1
Findings
905(b) 4.5
− Level 2
Findings
905(c) 2.1, 4.5
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Part 0 General organisation


0.1 Corporate commitment by the accountable manager3
This exposition defines the organisation and procedures upon which the M.A.
Subpart G approval of …(organisation’s name) CAMO under Part-M is based.
These procedures are approved by the undersigned and must be complied with, as
applicable; in order to ensure that all the continuing airworthiness activities including
maintenance of all aircraft under contract in accordance with M.A.201 (e) with
…(organisation’s name) CAMO are carried out on time to an approved standard.
It is accepted that these procedures do not override the necessity of complying with
any new or amended regulation published by the EASA from time to time where
these new or amended regulations are in conflict with these procedures.
Austro Control GmbH will approve this organisation whilst it is satisfied that the
procedures are being followed. It is understood that Austro Control GmbH reserves
the right to suspend, vary or revoke the M.A. Subpart G continuing airworthiness
management approval of the organisation, as applicable, if Austro Control GmbH has
evidence that the procedures are not followed and the standards not upheld.
Suspended or revoked approval could invalidate the CoA.

Signed ....................................................... Dated ..................................................


(…name…/Accountable Manager)

For and on behalf of ...(organisation’s name) CAMO ...

3
The accountable manager's exposition statement should embrace the intent of this paragraph and in fact this
statement may be used without amendment. Any modification to the statement should not alter the intent.

In the case of proposed changes in personnel not known to the management beforehand, these changes shall
be notified at the earliest opportunity.

Whenever the accountable manager is changed it is important to ensure that the new accountable manager
signs this statement at the earliest opportunity as part of the acceptance by the approving competent authority.
Failure to carry out this action invalidates the M.A. Subpart G continuing airworthiness management approval
(or the air operator’s certificate).

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0.2 General Information


a) Brief description of the organisation
…(organisation’s name) CAMO... is a Part-M, Subpart G approved organisation
which is structured under the management of …(AM’s name)… . A Quality System is
established which works independently and monitors all activities on the continuing
airworthiness management-system to ensure that it remains in conformity with the
applicable Part-M requirements. For the complete management structure refer to the
organisations management chart in paragraph 0.4. …(organisation’s name) CAMO
... holds the privileges according Part-M, Subpart G to manage the continuing
airworthiness of non-commercial air transport aircraft as listed on the approval
certificate.

…(organisation’s name) CAMO ... is authorised to develop GMPs and IHPs through
the indirect approval procedure.

b) Scope

The scope reflects the privileges of the organisation (M.A. 711) and should be held
common.

Sub
Airworthiness Generic Maintenance
Aircraft4 Management contracting Extension
Review Program
tasks
-
Cessna 100 Series X/- X/- X/- GMP_xyz_C100 Series
-
Cessna 152 X/- X/- X/- GMP_xyz_C152
-
Cessna 200 Series X/- X/- X/-
- see example above
Cessna 210 X/- X/- X/-
-
Cessna 300 Series X/- X/- X/-
- see example above
Cessna 337 X/- X/- X/-
-
Cessna 525 Series X/- X/- X/-
- see example above
Cessna 525 A X/- X/- X/-
-
Piper PA 28 Series X/- X/- X/- GMP_xyz_PA28 Series
-
Piper PA 44 X/- X/- X/- GMP_xyz_PA44

Airbus A319, X/- X/- X/- X/- GMP_xyz_A319, 320,


A320, A321 Series 321 Series
Airbus A319 X/- X/- X/- X/- GMP_xyz_A319

Cessna 500 Series X/- X/- X/- X/-


see examples above
Cessna 560 XL X/- X/- X/- X/-

4
TCDS designation

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Dassault Falcon X/- X/- X/- X/-


see examples above
MF F 900 EX

Bombardier Global X/- X/- X/- X/-


see examples above
BD-700-1A10

BD-100-1A10 X/- X/- X/- X/-


see examples above
(Challenger 300)

Learjet 55 Series X/- X/- X/- X/-


see examples above
Learjet 60 X/- X/- X/- X/-

The continuing airworthiness management organisation shall provide suitable office


accommodation at appropriate locations for the personnel specified in 0.4 in this
CAME.5

The location of the office accommodations for the proper performance of the
continuing airworthiness management are in … (Organisation’s address)…

Office accommodation for aircraft airworthiness reviews includes:


a) an office with normal office equipment such as desks, telephones,
photocopying machines etc. whereby the continuing airworthiness records can
be reviewed.
b) a hangar when needed for the physical survey.

c) Relationship with other organisations


(This paragraph may not be applicable to every organisation.)

(1) Subsidiaries / Mother Company


For clarity purpose, where the organisation belongs to a group, this paragraph should
explain the specific relationship the organisation may have with other members of
that group. - e.g. links between …(organisation’s name) CAMO... Airlines,
…(organisation’s name) CAMO ... Finance, …(organisation’s name) CAMO
...Leasing, …(organisation’s name) CAMO ... Maintenance, etc... .

(2) Consortiums
Where the organisation belongs to a consortium, it should be indicated here. The
other members of the consortium should be specified, as well as the scope of
organisation of the consortium [e.g. specifying this is that consortium maintenance
may be controlled through specific contracts and through consortium's policy and/or
procedures manuals that might unintentionally override the maintenance contracts. In
addition, in respect of international consortiums, the respective competent authorities
should be consulted and their agreement to the arrangement clearly stated. This
paragraph should then make reference to any consortium's continuing airworthiness

5
Please describe your specific office accommodation.

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related manual or procedure and to any competent authority agreement that would
apply.

d) Aircraft managed
…(organisation’s name) CAMO ... holds the privileges according Part-M, Subpart G
to manage the continuing airworthiness of non-commercial air transport aircraft as
listed on the approval certificate. A detailed list of owners/operators and their aircraft
…(organisation’s name) CAMO ... is responsible to manage the continuing
airworthiness is shown in Part 5.4.

e) Type of business
The organisation is orientated to manage aircraft from general aviation, pilot’s
training schools, commercial hire and commercial operations without AOC
(Luftverkehrsbeförderungsunternehmen).

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0.3 Management personnel


The management personnel will be formally accepted by ACG if the personnel meets
the requirements of M.A. 706. Therefore the AM has to forward the filled in EASA
Form 4 with the relevant data of the proposed management personnel to ACG.
The EASA Form 4 is not necessary for the nomination of the PCA Deputy. It is
acceptable for ACG to mention the deputy in chapters 0.3 and 0.4 of this CAME.

a) Accountable manager6
The Accountable Manager has the overall responsibility to meet the requirements of
Part-M. He is responsible to ensure that all continuing airworthiness activities can be
financed and are carried out to the required standards. In particular, he is
responsible for ensuring that adequate contractual arrangements exist. This
includes, amongst others, provision of: facilities, material and tools, sufficient
competent and qualified personnel in relation to the work to be undertaken. All of this
with a view to ensure that all due continuing airworthiness activities including
maintenance is performed on time and in accordance with the applicable
requirements, regulations and approved standards and that the aircraft has a valid
Certificate of Airworthiness for all flights undertaken.
The Accountable Manager has the financial responsibility for all of the continuing
airworthiness activities.

b) Nominated post holder for continuing airworthiness7 PCA (person


responsible for continuing airworthiness)
(1) General
The PCA is responsible for determining what maintenance is required, when it has to
be performed and by whom and to what standard, in order to ensure the continued
airworthiness of the aircraft being operated.

(2) Responsibilities
He/she will, ensure that all maintenance is carried out on time and to an approved
standard. For every aircraft managed in the continuing airworthiness organisation
the PCA has the following responsibilities:
a) Establishment of continuing airworthiness management contract in
cooperation with the owner/operator.
b) Establishment and development of continuing airworthiness policy, including
the approval of the aircraft maintenance programme’s required by Part
M.A.302.

6
This paragraph should address the duties and responsibilities of the accountable manager as far as Part M.A.
subpart G is concerned and demonstrate that he has corporate authority for ensuring that all continuing
airworthiness activities can be financed and carried out to the required standard.
7
Dependent on the size and complexity of the organisation the duties and responsibilities associated with the
post holder for continuing airworthiness can be assumed by the AM if competent to do so or a designated
person, in support of the AM.

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c) Presenting on behalf of the owner/operator aircraft maintenance programmes


and its amendments to Austro Control GmbH for approval and provide a copy
of the programmes to the owner.
d) Analysis of the effectiveness of the Aircraft Maintenance Programme as
required by Part M.A.708(b) & Appendix 1 to AMC M.A.302.
e) Ensuring that the Quality System required by Part M.A.712 is effective in its
application and any follow up actions required to address findings.
f) Ensuring that owner’s/operator’s technical records are kept as required by
Part M.A.305 and in accordance to part 1.3 of this CAME.
g) Ensuring the validity of CoA.
h) Presenting the continuing airworthiness records to Austro Control GmbH on
request.
i) Ensuring work planning and follow up
j) Ensuring technical follow up
k) Ensuring that modifications and repairs (changes) are carried out to an
approved standard
l) Review of Airworthiness Directive status and ensure embodiment
m) Non mandatory modification embodiment policy
n) Ensuring that line and base maintenance is contracted whenever necessary
o) Ensuring that the Certificate of Airworthiness for each aircraft managed by the
company remains valid in respect of;
(i) the airworthiness of the aircraft, and
(ii) any other condition specified in the Certificate
p) Reporting any occurrences (according national law) to register NAA, EASA
and the aircraft manufacturers. This includes both operational occurrences
and occurrences related to maintenance findings, which fall outside the
Mandatory scheme.
q) Ensuring that all defects discovered during scheduled maintenance or
reported are corrected by an appropriately approved maintenance
organisation.
r) Ensuring that the aircraft is taken to
(i) an approved maintenance organisation whenever necessary, or
(ii) that non-complex maintenance -when not performed by a Part-145 or Part
M-F organisation- is carried out by authorised persons (Part-66 certified
staff, Pilot/Owner)
s) To coordinate scheduled maintenance, the application or airworthiness
directives, the replacement of service life limited parts and component
inspection to ensure the work is carried out properly.
t) Ensuring that the mass and balance statement reflects the current status of
the aircraft.

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u) Initiate the airworthiness review or perform the airworthiness review to issue


an ARC or send the recommendation to the responsible register NAA.

c) Continuing airworthiness coordination8


It is a task for PCA to establish the communication from the owner/operator to the
CAMO as specified in the contract.

d) PCA Deputy
In case of lengthy absence of the PCA, his deputy has to take over his authority. He
has, however, to confer with the PCA before making any essential decisions and
keep him informed about any major irregularities in technical cases.
A deputy PCA has to be nominated. Deputising situations are lengthy absence of the
PCA due to vacations, illness or training. His/her qualification to fulfil this position for
a period of time will be verified by the PCA and/or the AM.
Austro Control GmbH, as the competent authority, shall be informed accordingly for
absence longer then the above period and will accept his position if adequate
qualification can be shown.

e) Quality manager
The Quality Manager is responsible for the following functions:
a) Monitoring that all M.A. Subpart G activities are being performed in
accordance with the approved procedures, and;
b) Monitoring that all tasks of continuing airworthiness management are carried
out in accordance with the concluded contracts, and;
c) Monitoring the continued compliance with the requirements of Subpart G, and;
d) Monitoring and amending of the CAME and the submission of proposed
amendments to Austro Control GmbH, and;
e) Ensuring that all maintenance is performed in compliance to the quality
standards defined, and;
f) Correspondence with the authority, and;
g) Ensuring that all continuing airworthiness documentation is used properly and
accordingly, and;
h) Monitoring all company hand books, and;
i) Performing a quality surveillance on the continuing airworthiness system, and;
j) Proposing all corrective action necessary for eliminating non-compliance, and
ensuring that these corrective actions are initiated, completed and efficient to
meet the intended purpose, and;

8
This paragraph should list the job functions that constitute the "group of persons" as required by M.A.706(c) in
enough detail so as to show that all the continuing airworthiness responsibilities as described in Part M are
covered by the persons that constitute that group. In the case of small organisations, where the "Nominated
Post holder for continuing airworthiness constitutes himself the "group of persons", this paragraph may be
merged with the previous one.

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k) Monitoring all sub-contracted activities, and;


l) Review and implementation, as appropriate, of any additional national
requirements.
The QM when performing audits shall not be involved or responsible for CAMO-
functions. A report of audits carried out must be made to the AM, so that appropriate
corrective measures can be taken if deemed necessary.
For small organisation without the privilege of M.A.711(b) the quality system can be
replaced by an organisational review for a small organisation. Further details are
provided in Part 2.1 of this CAME.

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0.4 Management organisation chart


a) General organisation chart9

Accountable
Manager

Quality
Manager

PCA - Person
responsible for PCA
Continuing Airworthiness Deputy

Continuing
airworthiness Airworthiness
management Review Staff
Personnel

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This flow chart should provide a comprehensive understanding of the whole company's organisation.

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b) Personal data
Nominated person (2) PCA - Person responsible for continuing airworthiness & (3)
PCA Deputy or group of persons should have:
1. practical experience and expertise in the application of aviation safety standards
and safe operating practices;
2. a comprehensive knowledge of relevant parts of operational requirements and
procedures;
3. knowledge of quality systems;
4. five years relevant work experience of which at least two years should be from
the aeronautical industry in an appropriate position;
5. a relevant engineering degree or an aircraft maintenance technician qualification
with additional education acceptable to Austro Control GmbH.
‘Relevant engineering degree’ means an engineering degree from aeronautical,
mechanical, electrical, electronic, avionic or other studies relevant to the
maintenance and continuing airworthiness of aircraft/aircraft components;

The qualification mentioned in this paragraph may be replaced by 5 years of


experience additional to those recommended by paragraph 4 above. These 5
years should cover an appropriate combination of experience in tasks related to
aircraft maintenance and/or continuing airworthiness management (engineering)
and/or surveillance of such tasks.

6. thorough knowledge with the organisation's continuing airworthiness


management exposition;
7. knowledge of a relevant sample10 of type(s) of the aircraft gained through a
formalised training course;
These courses should be at least at a level equivalent to Part-66 Appendix III
Level 1 General Familiarisation and could be imparted by a Part-147
organisation, by the manufacturer, or by any other organisation accepted by the
competent authority.

For all balloons and any other aircraft of 2730 kg MTOM and below the
formalised training courses may be replaced by demonstration of knowledge.
This knowledge may be demonstrated by documented evidence (e.g. training on
the job with signed records by certifying staff) or by an assessment performed
by the competent authority. This assessment should be recorded.
8. knowledge of maintenance methods.
9. knowledge of applicable regulations.

10
“Relevant sample” means that these courses should cover typical systems embodied in those aircraft being
within the scope of approval.

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(1) Accountable Manager

Name:
Nationality:
Address:

Tel.:
Fax:
E-mail:

Qualifications:

Experience:

(2) PCA - Person responsible for continuing airworthiness

Name:
Nationality:
Address:

Tel.:
Fax:
E-mail:

Qualifications:

Experience:

(3) PCA Deputy

Name:
Nationality:
Address:

Tel.:
Fax:
E-mail:

Qualifications:

Experience:

(4) Quality Manager

Name:
Nationality:
Address:

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Tel.:
Fax:
E-mail:

Qualifications:

Experience:

c) Manpower resources and training policy


(1) Manpower resources11
…(organisation’s name) CAMO ... will at all times employ sufficient appropriately
qualified staff to ensure, that the expected work can be performed and that all duties
can be fulfilled.

As of …(date)…, the number of employees dedicated to the performance of the


continuing airworthiness management system is the following:

Full time Part time Freelance


Function
No. h No. h No. h
AM
PCA
QM
ARS*
Sum

No. … Number of persons


h … Man hours/year
* Further details are provided in 5.2 “List of airworthiness review staff” of this CAME.
If the amount of aircraft changes, the manpower resources plan should also be
updated.

(2) Training policy12


Training will be provided by …(organisation’s name) CAMO ... to ensure that each
member of staff is adequately trained to carry out the functions of, and satisfy the
responsibilities associated with, the Part-M Subpart G continuing airworthiness
management functions.
Training will be carried out at regular intervals, taking into account of changes in:

11
This paragraph should give broad figures to show that the number of people dedicated to the performance of
the approved continuing airworthiness activity is adequate. It is not necessary to give the detailed number of
employees of the whole company but only the number of those involved in continuing airworthiness.
12
This paragraph should show that the training and qualification standards for the personnel quoted above are
consistent with the size and complexity of the organisation. It should also explain how the need for recurrent
training is assessed and how the training recording and follow-up is performed.

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a) CAME
b) Aircraft maintenance programme
c) New aircraft type and novel type of aircraft
d) Organisation
e) New equipment
f) Company procedures
The staff member shall be made aware of how these changes affect their duties and
responsibilities and the company procedures. The PCA will review training needs at
intervals not exceeding two years. Continuation Training consists of procedures-,
regulation- and technical training.
Aircraft type rating training for staff shall be carried out at a training organisation,
which is acceptable to Austro Control GmbH. Whenever possible, the PCA shall
ensure that the specific type training is carried out at the aircraft manufacturer’s
recommended training facility. If practicable and possible, the training may also be
carried out by the PCA, as applicable for minor tasks.
It’s the responsibility of the PCA that each training is documented and that the
training recordings are stored in the personal files required for each staff for at least
two years after the relevant staff has left.

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0.5 Notification procedure to the competent authority regarding


changes to the organisation's activities / approval / location /
personnel13
a) General
When important changes are made within the company, Austro Control GmbH has to
be informed prior to incorporating proposed changes so that approval can be
granted. These changes include, but are not limited to:
a) The name of the organisation
b) The location of the organisation
c) Additional locations of the organisation
d) The accountable manager
e) Any of the persons specified in part 0.3
f) Continuing airworthiness management procedures that could affect the
approval
g) Scope of work / Aircraft managed
h) Staff that could affect the approval (functions in Part 0.3 in this CAME and
airworthiness review staff in Part 4.1 in this CAME)
In the case of proposed changes in personnel not known to the management
beforehand, these changes shall be notified at the earliest opportunity. Notifications
to Austro Control GmbH are issued by the QM.

b) Procedure
The changes must be recorded in the CAME and handed over to Austro Control
GmbH for approval. The last approved issue of the CAME is valid until the
amendments have been approved.
Once the approval has been granted, the QM has to ensure that all necessary
measures are taken to comply with the revised CAME and shall ensure that the
changes are noted in any other existing issues of the CAME.
All relevant personnel as stated in the distribution list have to confirm that they have
received the amendment by signing a company internal amendment notification
(CAME Recognition Certificate (5.1 e))).
If the AM is changed, the QM has to ensure that the AM signs the corporate
commitment (Part 0.1) at the earliest opportunity.

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This paragraph should explain in which occasion the company should inform the competent authority prior to
incorporating proposed changes.
The primary purpose of this paragraph is to enable the continuing airworthiness organisation to remain
approved if agreed by the competent authority during negotiations about any of the specified changes. Without
this paragraph the approval would automatically be suspended in all cases.

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If this notification procedure is not applied the Part-M Subpart G approval would
automatically be suspended in all cases. Upon surrender or revocation, the approval
certificate shall be returned to Austro Control GmbH.

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0.6 Exposition amendment procedure14


a) General
It is necessary to comply with any new or amended regulation published by the
authority from time to time. New or amended procedures should not be in conflict
with the regulation. Regulation changes as well as any relevant changes within the
company that affect the approved CAME therefore call for an amendment thereof.

b) Procedure
The QM is responsible for any amendments and revisions of the CAME including any
associated manuals, as well as for the submission to Austro Control GmbH for
approval.

The following amendment procedure has to be followed:


a) The QM checks if the amendment is in compliance with Part-M.
b) In case of amendments or changes of contents the related page has to be
replaced.
c) Changed text passages have to be marked with a vertical line at the side of
the page.
d) In the footer the revision number and the date has to be changed.
e) In the list of effective pages the revision and date of the appropriate page has
to be changed.
f) After the approval the revision has to be added to the exposition by replacing
the old pages.
g) The approved revision pages have to be distributed to the recipients according
to the distribution list.
h) Each revision has to be entered and noted on the revision list by the holder of
the CAME, showing the date of revision and the signature.
i) The staff has to be advised about the changes.

If agreed by the competent authority minor amendments to the exposition (changes


which have no impact on the approval held) may be approved through an indirect
approval procedure.
Minor amendments are:
• Change of number of aircraft used and already approved as type on EASA
Form 14
• Change of increasing manpower resources, except personnel needing EASA
Form 4

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This paragraph should explain who is responsible for the amendment of the exposition and submission to the
competent authority for approval.

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• Adding of new maintenance contracts to chapter 5 after approval of the


contract by ACG
• Change of the number of aircraft in the maintenance contract when the type is
already contained
• Editorial changes
• Changes in reference to other manuals or paragraphs
This approval procedure shall also be stated in the CAME and the related pages
shall be forwarded to ACG for notification. For the numbering of revisions, digits for
direct amendments and letters for indirect amendments should be used in ascending
order (see example below).
E.g.:
- 1A: First direct amendment and following first indirect amendment of the
CAME
- 2C: Second direct and following third indirect amendment
Hand written amendments or revisions are not permitted.
The CAME will be reviewed at intervals not exceeding 12 months or more frequently
when significant changes occur which affect the content of the CAME.

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Part 1 Continuing airworthiness management


procedures
This Part 1 defines the continuing airworthiness management procedures which
…(organisation’s name) CAMO ... uses to ensure compliance with the continuing
airworthiness aspects of Part-M. Where some aspects of these functions are sub-
contracted then this will be clearly defined in the text.

1.1 Aircraft continuing airworthiness record system utilisation


a) Bordbuch and/or continuing airworthiness record system
(1) General
The Bordbuch is a main part of the continuing airworthiness record system. The
content of an AOC technical log, an aircraft journey log or a Bordbuch are equivalent
for the usage in non-commercial air transport. In special cases (technical defects)
additional sheets with relevant information can be attached to the Bordbuch. The
Bordbuch contains the following information:
Section 1 This section details the owner’s/operator’s name and address, the
aircraft type and the registration on the first page of the Bordbuch.
Section 2 This section contains information about maintenance:
• Details of when the next scheduled maintenance is due,
including any out of phase component changes due before the
next maintenance check.
• The current CRS as a stamp or a sticker (column 14, 15)
Section 3 The following details are provided in this section:
• the aircraft type and registration mark
• Date and place of take-off and landing (column 2, 6, 8)
• The times at which the aircraft took off and landed (column 7, 9)
• The running total flying hours (column 11)
• Details of any failure, defect or malfunction to the aircraft
affecting airworthiness or safe operation (column 15)
• The quantity of fuel and oil uplifted (column 12, 13)
• The pre-flight inspection signature
• The number of landings if relevant for aircraft or aircraft
component life
Section 4 This section is normally not used for non-commercial air transport. If it
would be used it would contain the acceptable deferred defects pages
(hold item list) as column 15 of the Bordbuch. Refer to 1.1 b) M.E.L.
application in this CAME.

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Section 5 This section details the maintenance support information on the last
pages of the Bordbuch.
This includes:
Name, address, telephone number, and E-mail address of the CAMO
(PCA)
In the event that unscheduled maintenance and/or defect rectification is required to
be carried out away from main base, by another approved maintenance organisation,
the prior agreement of the primary maintenance contractor must be sought.
The organisation carrying out such maintenance will be required to issue a Certificate
of Release to Service in the Bordbuch.
The Bordbuch must be retained 36 months after the date of last entry in a locked, fire
and flood resistant area. For a sample see 5.1 a).

(2) Instructions for use


While the PCA is responsible for maintaining and completing the continuing
airworthiness record system, the Bordbuch is completed by the owner or operator’s
pilots. It shall always be carried on board. … (organisation’s name) CAMO ... must be
informed in regular intervals about the current running total flying hours of the aircraft
by the owner/operator for planning the next maintenance event.

(3) Aircraft technical log approval


If an other document than the Austrian Bordbuch is used as aircraft technical log, this
document and also any further changes must be approved by Austro Control GmbH.
The PCA is responsible for submitting the aircraft technical log and any subsequent
amendment thereto to Austro Control GmbH. Refer to part 5.1.

b) M.E.L. application
This paragraph does not apply to those types of aircraft that do not have a MEL or
are not used for commercial air transport and that are not required to have one. That
does not mean that an application of a MEL is not allowed for non-commercial air
transport. In this case an application has to be sent to Austro Control GmbH
department Flugtechnik.

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1.2 Owner/Operator aircraft maintenance programmes -


development & amendment
a) General
Maintenance of each aircraft shall be organised in accordance with an approved
aircraft maintenance programme. The term “aircraft maintenance programme”
includes scheduled maintenance tasks, the associated procedures and standard
maintenance practices. The purpose of this aircraft maintenance programme is to
provide maintenance planning instructions necessary for the airworthiness of the
aircraft. Any aircraft may only be maintained to one approved aircraft maintenance
programme at any given time.

b) Generic/Baseline Maintenance Programme


In order to achieve a scope extension for privately operated aircraft type(s), the PCA
has to create a generic/baseline maintenance programme. In this case the Austrian
LTH 43A Appendix B shall be used as a guideline. In contrast to the serial number-
related AMP, generic/baseline maintenance programmes are not subject to approval
by ACG. Nevertheless the CAMO has to forward each new generic/baseline
programme together with the revised CAME pages to ACG for evaluation. After
successful evaluation, ACG will approve the scope extension of the CAMO through
the direct approval of the CAME.
Generic/baseline maintenance programmes can subsequently be used as a basis for
the aircraft maintenance programme by incorporating the additional associated
maintenance tasks. Therefore the applicant has to describe the procedures and
important points (e.g. no deviation from the maintenance data is permitted, following
of repetitive maintenance tasks for modifications and repairs…) for the development
of the AMP in the CAME in order to satisfy the competent authority for the proper
accomplishment of an AMP. Once these procedures are approved by ACG, the
CAMO gets the privilege to approve their self developed AMP (the four-eyes principle
has to be used; E.g: Performed by PCA, approved by QM). Nevertheless always the
first developed AMP of each type has to be forwarded to ACG for approval!
Thereafter all internal approved AMPs have to be forwarded to Austro Control for
notification.
A current list of generic/baseline maintenance programmes and their associated
aircraft series/types is shown in chapter 0.2.
For large aircraft paragraph M.A.30215 is applicable only.
A detailed list of all owners/operators, their aircraft and the associated AMP’s
(organisation’s name) CAMO ... is responsible to manage the continuing
airworthiness is shown in Part 5.

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The aircraft maintenance programme contains the following basic information:


a) The type/model and registration number of the aircraft, engines, propellers,…
b) The name and address of the owner, operator and continuing airworthiness
management organisation.
c) Check periods and/or calendar time limits.
d) The tasks and periods at which each part of the aircraft and its equipment
should be inspected including the type and degree of inspection required.
e) The periods at which components should be checked, cleaned, lubricated,
replenished, adjusted and tested.
f) Details of ageing aircraft system requirements and/or details of specific
structural aircraft aircraft maintenance programmes.
g) The periods at which overhauls and/or replacements of components should be
made.
h) Repetitive maintenance tasks derived from modifications and repairs.

d) Development
(1) Sources
The aircraft maintenance programme shall establish compliance with:
a) Instructions issued by Austro Control GmbH (LTH, LTA)
b) Instructions for continuing airworthiness issued by the holders of the type
certificate, restricted type-certificate, supplemental type-certificate, major
repair design approval, ETSO authorisation or any other relevant approval
issued under Regulation (EC) No 1702/2003 and its Annex (Part-21)
c) Additional or alternative instructions proposed by the owner or the CAMO if
approved by Austro Control GmbH, except for intervals of safety related tasks.
These instructions could only be escalated through a direct approval and after
sufficient reviews.

d) For large aircraft a reliability programme must be used and described in


chapter 1.10.

(2) Responsibilities
The AMP is developed by the PCA based upon the original manufacturer’s
maintenance instructions, and endorsed by him. Any aircraft maintenance
programme is subject to approval by Austro Control GmbH based by application
made by the operator.

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This paragraph should explain what is (are) the format(s) of the company's owner/operator aircraft maintenance
programme(s). Appendix I to AMC M.A.302 (a) and M.B.301 (d) should be used as a guideline to develop this
paragraph.

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A detailed list of all holders of AMP’s … (organisation’s name) CAMO ... is shown in
Part 5.

(3) Manual amendments


If necessary (revision of the manufacturer’s documentation, result from the analysis
of the effectiveness of the aircraft maintenance programme, change of TC-holder
maintenance instructions, etc…), a Manual amendment will be prepared by the PCA
and/or the QM. If no other necessities arise, the aircraft maintenance programme
shall be reviewed annually by the PCA. A list of items to be checked during the
review is attached in 5.1 i of this CAME (example for small aircraft).

(4) Approval by the authority


After preparation the amendment will be presented to Austro Control GmbH by the
PCA for approval and if found acceptable, inserted in the relevant AMP by him. The
PCA is responsible for submitting each amendment for approval to Austro Control
GmbH. Amendments based on changes of approved data issued by the TCH need
not to be approved by Austro Control GmbH. ACG has to be informed about such
changes.

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1.3 Time and continuing airworthiness records, responsibilities,


retention, access
a) Hours and cycles recording
Flight hours and cycles are recorded in the Bordbuch and thus supplied to the PCA.
…(organisation’s name) CAMO ... must be informed in regular intervals, depending
on the utilisation, about the current running total flying hours and cycles of the aircraft
by the owner/operator for planning the next maintenance event. This has also to be
specified in the contract.

b) Records
Continuing airworthiness records comprise:
a) Applicable maintenance data for managed aircraft.
a.1) Any applicable requirement, procedure, standard or information issued by
Austro Control GmbH, acquired directly from Austro Control GmbH.
a.2) Any applicable airworthiness directive, acquired as described under 1.4.
a.3) Applicable instructions for continuing airworthiness, issued by type
certificate holders, supplemental type certificate holders and any other
organisation that publishes such data in accordance with Part 21 (i.e.
copies of the relevant AMM and similar documentation and SB’s ordered
directly from the issuer).
a.4) Any applicable data issued in accordance with 145.A.45(d) if applicable.
b) An aircraft logbook.
c) Engine logbook(s)
d) Propeller logbook(s)
e) Records of any service life limited components.
f) A certificate of release to service for any completed maintenance.
g) A status of airworthiness directives and measures mandated by Austro Control
GmbH in immediate reaction to a safety problem.
h) A status of modifications and repairs.
i) A status of compliance with the aircraft maintenance programme.
j) A status of service life limited components (including component life limitation,
total number of hours/cycles/calendar time and open hours/cycles/calendar
time remaining).
k) A mass and balance report which reflects the current status of the managed
aircraft.
l) A list of deferred maintenance.

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m) For any component installed, in addition to EASA Form 1 or equivalent,


information on
m.1) identification of the component.
m.2) type, S/N and registration to the aircraft to which it has been fitted.
m.3) total flight/calendar time or cycles of the component, as appropriate.
m.4) additional information as listed above, as is applicable to the component.
All entries made in the aircraft continuing airworthiness records shall be clear and
accurate. When it is necessary to correct an entry, the correction shall be made in a
manner that clearly shows the original entry.
The maintenance organisation to which maintenance has been contracted shall
retain and make available information on any work performed and any scheduled
maintenance including:
a) Maintenance manuals, SB’s, AD’s, etc.
b) Information on the condition of all life–limited parts, be it flights or calendar
time.
c) All work orders and work reports.
The release to service shall be entered as soon as practicable but in no case more
than 30 days after the day of maintenance action.
Despite the maintenance contractor retaining copies of continuing airworthiness
records, the overall responsibility for such documentation remains with
…(organisation’s name) CAMO … .

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…(organisation’s name) CAMO … retains information related to maintenance for the


following periods:

document required retention period

Maintenance data provided by the Duration of the contract closed between owner
owner or operator or operator and CAMO

Detailed maintenance records 24 months after the aircraft or component was


permanently withdrawn from service

Total time and flight cycles of the 12 months after the aircraft has been
aircraft and all life-limited parts withdrawn from service

Time and flight cycles since the last Until superseded by another scheduled
scheduled maintenance of the maintenance of equivalent work scope and
aircraft or the aircraft component detail

Bordbuch 36 months after the date of last entry

Current aircraft status of Until superseded by another inspection of


compliance with the aircraft equivalent work scope and detail
maintenance programme

Status of AD’s 12 months after the aircraft has been


withdrawn from service

Details of modifications and repairs 12 months after the aircraft or component has
to the A/C or any component vital to been withdrawn from service
flight safety

A copy of each airworthiness review 24 months after the aircraft has been
certificate, recommendation issued permanently withdrawn from service
and extended, together with all
supporting documents

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c) Preservation of records17
Keeping continuing airworthiness records in a form acceptable to Austro Control
GmbH means in paper form or on a computer database or a combination of both
methods. Records stored in microfilm or optical disc form are also acceptable. All
records should remain legible throughout the required retention period. Paper
systems should use robust material, which can withstand normal handling and filing.
Computer systems should have at least one backup system, which should be
updated at least within 24 hours of any entry. Each terminal is required to contain
programme safeguards against the ability of unauthorised personnel to alter the
database. Continuing airworthiness records should be stored in a safe way with
regard to fire, flood, theft and alteration. Computer backup discs, tapes, etc., should
be stored in a different location from that containing the current working discs, tapes,
etc. and in a safe environment. The original of the aircraft records is stored at
…(organisation’s name) CAMO … location at the PCA’s office.
Reconstruction of lost or destroyed records can be done by reference to other
records which reflect the time in service, research of records maintained by repair
facilities and reference to records maintained by individual mechanics etc. When
these things have been done and the record is still incomplete, the owner/operator
may make a statement in the new record describing the loss and establishing the
time in service based on the research and the best estimate of time in service. The
reconstructed records should be submitted to Austro Control GmbH for acceptance.
Microfilming or optical storage of continuing airworthiness records may be carried out
at any time. The records should be as legible as the original record and remain so for
the required retention period.

d) Transfer of continuing airworthiness records


Where continuing airworthiness management of an aircraft is transferred to another
organisation or person, all retained records shall be transferred to the said
organisation or person. The time periods prescribed for the retention of records shall
continue to apply to the said organisation or person. If the continuing airworthiness
management of an aircraft is terminated, all retained records will be transferred to the
owner or new operator of the aircraft.
The PCA is responsible to transfer all continuing airworthiness records to the new
owner/operator of the aircraft. The handover of these documents shall be
documented and signed by both parties.

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Please describe your specific preservation-system.

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1.4 Accomplishment and control of Airworthiness Directives


a) Airworthiness directive information
The CAMO shall hold and use applicable current maintenance data in the
performance of continuing airworthiness management tasks.
The PCA is responsible to check airworthiness directives periodically and to include
them if appropriate into the maintenance planning according AMP. Therefore he/she
takes the airworthiness directives published by the competent authority of the state of
the type certificate holder of the aircraft/engine/components into account and those of
the EASA and Austro Control GmbH using the following internet addresses:

EASA: http://ad.easa.europa.eu
ACG:

Example: Aircraft: DA 40 LTA’s from ACG


Engine: Textron Lycoming IO-360 M1A AD’s from FAA
Propeller: MT-Propeller MTV-12-B/180-17 LTA’s from LBA

Additionally: AD’s and LTA’s of aircraft/engine/components issued from EASA and


Austro Control GmbH as state of register.

b) Airworthiness directive decision


The PCA analyses the airworthiness directive information and checks if the
airworthiness directive is applicable or not. A detailed documentation of all
airworthiness directives relevant for the managed aircraft type shall be administrated
containing the information why the concerned airworthiness directive is applicable or
not. If the airworthiness directive is applicable it is included in the maintenance
planning and a work order is created in time to implement the airworthiness directive
onto the aircraft. The work order together with the airworthiness directive is
transferred to the contracted maintenance organisation for implementation.
If an emergency airworthiness directive is applicable, the PCA immediately informs
the owner/operator.

c) Airworthiness directive control


The PCA must ensure that a current status list of all AD’s performed for each
managed aircraft is administrated.

The status list must contain the following:


a) Aircraft make/model/serial number
b) Engine make/model/serial number
c) APU make/model
d) Component make/model
e) AD/LTA number
f) Subject

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g) Date and hours/cycles at compliance


h) Method of compliance (SB number, AFM/AOM revision required, not
applicable by S/N, etc.)
i) One time action
j) Recurring action (yes/no)
k) Next compliance due date (date/hours/cycles), if recurrent action is requested
l) Accomplishment information
Airworthiness directives must be performed in the period specified in the AD. Any
deviation must be submitted to EASA for approval. Deviation request shall state the
reason for request and shall include supporting data. Based on the EASA Internal
Working Procedure Continuing Airworthiness of Type Design (CAP)18 determination,
an approval may be granted.
The method of compliance and when such compliance was achieved will be recorded
in the aircraft airworthiness records (Log Books) by the contracted approved
maintenance organisation. For AD’s with repetitive inspection content then each and
every inspection will be recorded on completion in the aircraft airworthiness records.
A CRS will be issued every time compliance with an AD is established.
The PCA is responsible for control of performing and for request of deviation. He will
establish the applicable work orders.
The PCA is responsible for incorporation and documentation of performed AD’s.
The PCA is responsible to ensure that all applicable AD’s will be performed in time.

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See 4.7.5 of Continuing Airworthiness of Type Design (CAP), Annex II - List of Reportable Events:
http://www.easa.eu.int/doc/Certification/Working_Procedures/EASA_CAP_Issue_2_CF_06022006.pdf

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1.5 Analysis of the effectiveness of the aircraft maintenance


programme
The PCA will analyse and monitor the effectiveness of the Aircraft maintenance
programme through regular Liaison Meetings with the owner/operator, the contracted
approved maintenance organisation and the quality manager.

Liaison Meetings
These meetings will address the following areas:
a) The Aircraft maintenance programme content.
b) The effect on the Aircraft maintenance programme of any ADs, modifications or
repairs.
c) Changes to the operation (e.g. utilisation), which may affect the Aircraft
maintenance programme.
d) Maintenance findings.
e) Other defect reports i.e. air turn-backs, spares reliability, technical delays,
technical incidents, repetitive defects and pilot reports.
f) Quality monitoring product samples (aircraft surveys), when performed.
g) Changes to the manufacturer's maintenance guidance material, Service
Bulletins Service Letters etc. and how these affect the Aircraft maintenance
programme.
h) Other Quality System findings as they affect upon the contracted approved
maintenance organisations.
Where appropriate and necessary, amendments to the Aircraft maintenance
programme will be promulgated by the PCA for submission to Austro Control GmbH as
an amendment.

Frequency of Meetings
Liaison meetings will be held as required for every managed aircraft and the results of
any meeting recorded with any actions required allocated to the responsible person.

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1.6 Non-mandatory modification embodiment policy


a) General
Non-mandatory modifications will normally take the form of manufacturer's Service
Bulletins, or will be derived from them. Any other changes (i.e. those not covered by a
manufacturer's Bulletin) will be initiated by the PCA in consultation with the contracted
approved maintenance organisation or authorised personnel.

b) Service Bulletins
Service Bulletins and all other necessary technical publications are directly received on
the basis of subscriptions from the official dealers.
All manufacturer's Service Bulletins applicable to the aircraft managed by
…(organisation’s name) CAMO … will be reviewed in the first instance by the PCA for
applicability following LTH 7A. Where compliance with the Service Bulletins' may be
seen as beneficial in consideration of the technical, operational and economical effects
to …(organisation’s name) CAMO … a proposal will be made to the owner/operator.
The decision on embodiment will be made by the PCA as specified in the contract
with the operator or owner. If the owner/operator decides to implement a SB then the
approved MO will be advised by the PCA. All relevant SB’s will be discussed during
the Liaison Meetings.

c) Modifications
All modifications may be considered to fall in one of two categories:
• Major modification
• Minor modification
An approval must be requested from EASA for any modification initiated before the
actual beginning of the modification embodiment. Installation of any modification is
only approved upon availability of all approved data.

d) Minor Modifications
The PCA or the owner/operator will establish data for the minor modification (in form of
a work report or engineering order). All minor changes have to be agreed by the PCA
before starting approval process. In case of using an appropriately approved Part 21
DO, further approval by EASA is not required.

e) Recording of Modifications
Incorporation of all modifications, whether introduced through Service Bulletins or
approved Minor/Major modifications, is to be recorded in the aircraft airworthiness
records.

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1.7 Major modification / repair standards


a) General
A major modification / repair is a type design change not listed in the aircraft, engine
or component specification that might appreciably affect the weight and balance
limits, structural strength, performance, engine operation, systems operation, etc.
Any major modifications not originated from the TCH are classified as STC’s.

b) Development and approval of major modification and major repairs


All major changes (modification or repairs) to type design have to prepared by an
appropriately approved Design Organisation. It is in the responsibility of the DO to
initiate the classification and approval process. Implementation of changes has to be
performed only in accordance with approved data from Part 21 organisations.
The PCA has to ensure that approved data’s are available and/or approval has been
obtained, as applicable.
There are two ways of approval:
• Major modification prepared by a DO and approved by EASA (= STC)
• Major repairs prepared by a DO and approved by EASA or prepared and
approved by the DO of the TCH when authorised to do so
As long as approved data (e.g. SRM for repairs) are available no additional design
activities are necessary.

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1.8 Defect reports


The PCA should ensure that the TCH/STCH, Register NAA and EASA receives
adequate reports of occurrences for that aircraft type, to enable it to issue
appropriate service instructions and recommendations to all owners/operators.
Liaison with the TCH/STCH is important to establish whether published or proposed
service information will resolve the problem or to obtain a solution to a particular
problem. The PCA in cooperation with the contracted approved MO should assign
responsibility for coordinating action on airworthiness occurrences and for initiating
any necessary further investigation and follow-up activity to a suitably qualified
person with clearly defined authority and status.
All identified defects occurring on the managed aircraft will result in a defect report
(5.1 b)) being forwarded to the PCA and will be subject to review and analysis for
their effect upon airworthiness and safe operation of the aircraft.
In respect of maintenance, reporting a condition that could seriously hazard the
aircraft is normally limited to:
1. Serious cracks, permanent deformation, burning or serious corrosion of
structure found during scheduled maintenance of the aircraft or component.
2. Failure of any emergency system during scheduled testing.
The defect report shall include details such as:
• Date
• Aircraft Registration
• Aircraft Type and S/N
• Effected part or component
• Description of discrepancy
• Name of responsible pilot in command
• Signed by the PCA

a) Analysis
Bordbuch pages are examined at regular intervals by …(organisation’s name) CAMO
… to provide information concerning defects occurring, Pilot's reports, maintenance
actions and defects of a repetitive nature.

Maintenance input records (work-packs) will also be reviewed for significant findings
by the …(organisation’s name) CAMO … and the contracted approved maintenance
organisation which may have airworthiness or operational implications.

The PCA will assess the findings as necessary and has to agree any action required
before implementation. Implementation may take the form of an Aircraft maintenance
programme amendment or modification action.

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b) Liaison with manufacturers and regulatory authorities


The PCA is responsible for contacting the aircraft manufacturers and Austro Control
GmbH on all matters concerning the airworthiness of …(organisation’s name) CAMO
… managed aircraft. Both Austro Control GmbH and the manufacturer will be
advised of all matters concerning airworthiness within 72 hours after arising of such
events.

c) Deferred defect policy


…(organisation’s name) CAMO … will seek to ensure by his technical expertise and
practices that the minimum number of open Deferred Defects exist. All open
Deferred Defects will be monitored by the PCA in consultation with the approved MO
to ensure earliest rectification and subsequent closure.
Defects such as cracks and structural defects that are not addressed by approved
data may only be deferred after evaluation according to 21.A.445. Any limitations
shall be processed in accordance with the procedures of 21.A.443.

When a deferred defect is raised the PCA will consult with the certifying staff of an
appropriately approved maintenance organisation with a view to arranging the
earliest possible rectification action to be taken. A Certificate of Release to Service
will be issued in the Bordbuch upon clearance of any Deferred Defects.

d) Non Deferrable Defects policy


Non deferrable defects must be repaired before further flight. If defects are not
covered by approved data the TCH has to be involved. Rectification process has to
be performed according the procedures of the approved maintenance organisation.

e) Repetitive Defects
The Bordbuch is monitored by the PCA to identify these defects as and when they
arise. Remedial action will be taken by the approved MO in consultation with the
PCA.

f) Mandatory Occurrence Reporting


All incidents and occurrences that fall within the reporting criteria defined in Part
M.A.202 (seriously hazards flight safety) has to be reported to state of register,
organisation responsible for type design as soon as practicable but in any case within
72 hours. For occurrence reporting a form could be created or the accident/incident
form from ACG published on www.austrocontrol.at19 could be used. Part 5 has to
contain such form (5.1 b).

g) Occurrence Review Meetings


All occurrences, which have maintenance implications, will be analysed by the PCA
in consultation with the approved MO. Any maintenance occurrence reports raised by
the contracted approved MO on …(organisation’s name) CAMO … managed aircraft

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will also be advised to the PCA. Both organisations will hold copies of any reports
that have been raised that affect maintenance.

Liaison meetings will be held between the PCA, the contracted approved MO, the
QM and any other involved parties to discuss occurrence reports issues. The
frequency of these meetings will be held as necessary if required by maintenance
findings and/or operational circumstances.

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1.9 Engineering activity


All engineering is contracted to suitably approved design organisations. Engineering
orders dealing with minor changes can be prepared by anyone. Matters of design
changes are the responsibility of EASA. For details see part 1.7 in this CAME.

1.10 Reliability programmes


A reliability programme is only required for large aircraft whose AMP is based upon
MSG logic or includes condition monitored components or does not contain overhaul
time periods for all significant system components20. Whereas the complexity of the
reliability programme should be tailored to the amount of the aircraft managed.

The occurrence of significant problems should be recorded and diagnosed from


following sources:
• Safety information promulgated by the applicable Part-21 organisation
• Pilots Reports
• Technical Logs
• Maintenance Worksheets
• Workshop Reports
• Reports on Functional Checks
• Reports on Special Inspections
• Stores Issues/Reports
• Air Safety Reports
• Reports on Technical Delays and Incidents

The reliability data form an important basis for the escalation or deletion of a
maintenance task, as well as the de-escalation or addition of a maintenance task.

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1.11 Pre-flight inspections


The pre-flight inspections are performed by the operating crew using the aircraft flight
manual for guidance. The operating crew has to be trained on the performance of
such pre-flight inspection.
The pre-flight inspections consist of the following items:
a) Pre-flight inspection according to aircraft flight manual (walk-around)
b) Inspection of the Bordbuch
c) Control of refuelling (quality/quantity)
d) Control of consumable fluids
e) Control of secure baggage loading
f) Control of weight and balance
g) Control of snow, ice, dust and sand contamination
h) Control that all doors are securely fastened
i) Control that all covers and locks are removed
Uplift of oil or hydraulic fluid as well as necessary tire inflation shall be noted on the
Bordbuch. Any defect appeared during the pre-flight inspections is reported to the
PCA using the Bordbuch. The PCA manages the performance of any required
maintenance resulting from the checks above at the contracted approved MO.

1.12 Aircraft weighing


Aircraft weighing is performed by a suitably approved maintenance organisation. The
PCA will review the reports produced by that organisation. The PCA in consultation
with the approved MO will maintain a record of each aircraft managed. Re-weighing
will be carried out at intervals not exceeding 4 years.
Outside the regular required intervals, the aircraft requires to be weighed:
a) After major repairs
b) After major modifications
c) After repainting of an aircraft
d) When the weight or CG can not be determined in an arithmetical way
e) Whenever the cumulative changes to the dry operating mass exceed +/- 0.5%
of the maximum landing mass or the cumulative change in CG position
exceeds 0.5% of the mean aerodynamic chord.
The weighing periods are integrated in the AMP and will be controlled by the PCA.
Weight reports will be handed out to the PCA by the MO after completing weighing
and CG calculation. The PCA will insert the weighing records after checking in the
AFM Weight and Balance section of the affected aircraft. The original records will be
retained in the technical files of the aircraft. Copies will stay in the AFM and at the
MO.
Only the aircraft manufacturer’s published weighing procedures shall be used.

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1.13 Check flight procedures


a) General
A technical flight must be performed after special maintenance and/or repair work on
aircraft. Only suitable qualified and by the owner/operator accepted pilots shall carry
out the flight tests considering Austrian LTH 42.
A technical flight is considered necessary after the following events have taken place:
a) Any time after maintenance has been performed where the manufacturer of
the aircraft or engine requires a test flight.
b) Any time maintenance has been performed which could change the flight
characteristics of the aircraft.
c) Any time after replacement of a primary flight control if required.
d) After major repair or modification on the airframe which alters the flight
characteristics.
e) After change of engine(s).
f) During an Airworthiness Inspection when required by the airworthiness review
staff.
b) Procedures and standards
Airworthiness flight testing is not carried out at specific intervals. The test flight must
be authorised by the PCA. All technical flights shall be performed by the minimum
flight crew, but inspectors and mechanics, who are directly involved in the preceding
work may be on board. All technical flight procedures are established in accordance
with the applicable AFM. This procedure should also be carried out following
maintenance, modification or rectification actions affecting the aircraft performance,
handling etc. or where required by the manufacturer. All flight tests are carried out to
the flight test schedule generated appropriate to specific need. See also 4.3 d) in this
CAME.
Prior to any flight test a CRS, stating the work accomplished has to be issued by the
approved MO in the Bordbuch. After successful performance of the maintenance
check flight the full release is issued.

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Part 2 Quality system


2.1 Continuing airworthiness quality policy, plan and audits
procedure
a) Continuing airworthiness quality policy
This Part 2 of …(organisation’s name) CAMO … CAME defines the continuing
airworthiness quality policy, planning and procedures to meet the requirements of
Part-M Subpart G. The Quality System and associated Quality Assurance
Programme enables monitoring of compliance with Part-M, the Continuing
Airworthiness Management Exposition and any other standards specified by Austro
Control GmbH/EASA, to ensure safe operations and airworthy aircraft.

An organisational review is only permitted if the CAMO fulfils following requirements:


• small CAMO
A small organisation is an organisation with up to 5 full-time staff, including
management personnel
• with low complexity
In behalf of number and type of aircraft, number of different fleets, privilege to
perform airworthiness reviews, etc.
• which is not managing the continuing airworthiness of aircraft used in
commercial air transport
• issuing ARCs for aircraft of 2.730 kg MTOM and below.

In this case management tasks are not allowed for subcontracting.


A detailed procedure should be listed in this chapter in accordance with Appendix XIII
to M.A. 712(f).
Quality policy21
The AM has the overall responsibility that the managing of continuing airworthiness
will be ensured on the aircraft listed in 5.4. The PCA and the QM have at all times
direct access to the AM. …(organisation’s name) CAMO … personnel are
encouraged to participate actively in the quality system by reporting all discrepancies
and suggestions for improvements to the QM or AM. The AM has also the overall
responsibility for the quality system including the frequency, format and structure of
the internal management evaluation activities as prescribed below.

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b) Quality plan22
The quality programme (refer to 5.1 c) will be developed by the quality manager in
liaison with the PCA.
Audits are to be carried out at least once a year in order to review all aspects of
continuing airworthiness activities within a period of 12 months.
Additional audits are to be carried out:
• whenever corrective action has to be performed before the next scheduled
audit.
• when maintenance procedures are newly established or revised.
• upon exchange of the nominated post holders referred to in part 0.3.
• before subcontracting of airworthiness management activities take place.

c) Quality audit procedure


An audit consists of identifying, in an objective fashion, non-conforming practices
against the applicable regulation (EASA Part-M) and the procedures set out in this
CAME. This independent audit is an objective process of routine sample checks of all
aspects of the CAMO including some product audits as the end result of the process.
Every audit is subjected to a deviation report. Before distribution, the preliminary
conclusions are presented to the person audited. The auditor and the PCA determine
in common the corrective actions to be taken, as well as the time allowed for
implementation. The corrective action should be determined taking into account the
root cause of the finding or concern, so that the corrective action may be designed in
order the non-conformity may not reoccur.
The audits shall be documented in audit reports and shall then be recorded
accordingly in the audit plan.

Product audit
The QM has to carry out aircraft and product quality audits at random intervals and
whenever additionally required to new or unusual circumstances.
Sample checks will be performed by the QM, he witnesses any relevant maintenance
task and visually inspects the product and the associated documentation. During a
sample check performed by the QM, repeat disassembly or testing should not be
performed by maintenance staff, unless findings are identified by the QM which
requiring such action. An aircraft mainly maintained outside of the quality system of a
Part-145 or Part M-F organisation (by Part-66 certified staff or by pilot owner, should
be subject to product audits in any case.

Delegation of product audits


Under special circumstances, the quality control manager can delegate product
audits to a qualified certifying staff member of a contracted approved MO, provided
these persons have adequate system knowledge, audit training and audit

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experience. This staff of the approved MO should not be involved in the release of
this specific aircraft.

d) Quality audit remedial action procedure


When objections or defects are determined during an audit, the QM and the PCA are
to decide upon corrective actions and/or procedure improvements. The decided
corrective actions and/or procedure improvements are then to be conveyed to the
AM.
The QM monitors the remedial actions and their compliance. The remedial actions
are taken by the concerned person. The QM agrees time for correction with the PCA.
He shall check if every corrective action has been applied in due course and shall
record the corrective actions in his audit reports in the appropriate box. The audit
report shall show by whom the corrective action was carried out and when the QM
made the check. If no corrective or insufficient action has been taken, the QM shall
inform the AM accordingly.

Any findings are classified into the following categories:


Level 1 finding is any significant non-compliance with Part-M
requirements which lowers the safety standard and
hazards seriously the flight safety.
Level 2 finding is any non-compliance with the Part-M requirements
which could lower the safety standard and possibly
hazard the flight safety or is a non-compliance to the
CAME procedures.
Informational
The above mentioned levels of findings require rectifications by the responsible
management personnel within the following time frame:
Level 1 finding immediately
Level 2 finding up to 3 months (depending on nature of finding)
Notification to Austro Control GmbH is required in regards of changes to the
organisation’s activities/approval/location/personnel and whenever an audit finding
shows existence of hazard for an aircraft managed (Level 1).
After receipt of notification of findings of an audit of Austro Control GmbH according
to M.B.705, …(organisation’s name) CAMO … shall define a corrective action plan
and demonstrate corrective action to the satisfaction of ACG within a period agreed
with ACG.
Action will be taken by ACG to suspend in whole or part the approval in case of
failure to comply within the timescale granted by ACG.
Quality records shall be preserved for a period of at least 2 years.

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2.2 Monitoring of continuing airworthiness management activities


The Audit Plan includes an assessment of the Continuing Airworthiness Management
activities against the procedures defined in the CAME and in particular the ability of
the PCA’s ability to discharge their responsibilities effectively with respect to Part-M.

2.3 Monitoring of the effectiveness of the aircraft maintenance


programme(s)
The Audit Plan as carried out by the Quality Manager includes a review of the
effectiveness of the Aircraft maintenance programme. This review will critically
analyse the findings and actions taken as a result of Para. 1.5 of this CAME.

2.4 Monitoring that all maintenance is carried out by an appropriate


maintenance organisation
The Annual Audit Plan includes verification that the contracted maintenance
organisation's approval is relevant to the maintenance being performed on the
aircraft managed by …(organisation’s name) CAMO … .
Any feed back information requiring amendments to the maintenance contracts for
aircraft, engines or components should be reviewed and the contracts amended
accordingly.

2.5 Monitoring that all contracted maintenance is carried out in


accordance with the contract, including sub-contractors used
by the maintenance contractor
The Audit Programme will include a review of all maintenance provided to
…(organisation’s name) CAMO … by the contracted approved MO, including sub-
contractors. This review will assess all of the contracted maintenance is carried out
in accordance with the Maintenance Contract.

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2.6 Quality audit personnel


The quality management is exclusively subordinate to the AM. The QM works
independently, should not be one of the nominated post holders and must not be
directly involved in the activity he/she has been asked to audit. The QM is
responsible for ensuring that the Quality assurance program is properly established,
implemented and maintained.
The QM must have:
• direct access to the AM;
• not be one of the nominated post holders; and
• have access to all parts of …(organisation’s name) CAMO …
The QM has the full authority and support from …(organisation’s name) CAMO … to
perform her/his duty within the system.
The QM may delegate audits to additional auditors and/or an audit team if he/she
deems it necessary. He also establishes the audit and inspection schedule to be
completed during a specific calendar period according the present situation.

Qualification/Training of QM
The nominated QM shall be trained in a manner to fulfil the required knowledge as
required to perform quality system tasks. The QM must be trained as a minimum:
a) Part-M
b) Quality management
c) Audit technique
d) Technical expertise on the subject audited

Auditors
Auditors must be trained as the same level as the QM.

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Part 3 Contracted Maintenance


This Part 3 of the CAME describes the contracted maintenance arrangements of
…(organisation’s name) CAMO … . It includes details of these arrangements,
together with the division of responsibility for these arrangements, between
…(organisation’s name) CAMO … and the approved MO together with copies of the
Maintenance Contracts in force for Base, Line and Engine Off-Wing support, as
appropriate.

3.1 Maintenance contractor selection procedure


This activity should be carried out in agreement with the aircraft owner.
Before any contract is signed with a maintenance organisation the PCA will verify
that:
a) The maintenance organisation is appropriately approved and has the
necessary qualified manpower, facilities, tooling, technical documentation etc.
This verification to take into account any engine, propeller, or component
maintenance capability that may be required (though this may be available
through sub-contract to other suitably approved MOs.)
b) It will be confirmed that the MO has adequate capacity to undertake the
proposed maintenance support.
c) The draft Maintenance Contract will be reviewed and agreed by both parties
with a view to ensuring that each has the ability to discharge their
responsibilities with respect to Part-M.

3.2 Quality audit of aircraft


The purpose of a quality audit of aircraft is to ensure that all required continuing
airworthiness tasks are performed on the aircraft. In no way may a quality audit of an
aircraft be confused with a periodic airworthiness review carried out by an
appropriately approved organisation or Austro Control GmbH. Quality audit of aircraft
are tools to have a feedback on the quality level of the organisation to the
management staff. Findings of quality audit of aircraft do not affect the airworthiness
review certificate but are submitted to the PCA for closure.
Quality audit of aircraft are performed by the QM or by quality audit personnel
according to part 2.6 of this exposition.

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Performance of quality audit of aircraft


a) A quality audit of aircraft report form must be used to record the outcome and
findings.
b) Quality audits of aircraft are planned in the quality plan (see Part 2.1)
regarding flexibility on time scheduling.
c) Contents:
• Inspections if all approved procedures are complied with.
• Inspection if all maintenance was carried out in accordance with the
approved AMP and maintenance contract.
• Inspection if all maintenance was performed according to standard
practices.
• Inspection if the requirements of Part-M are complied with.
d) All findings of the audit are recorded with a time limit on which the finding has to
be closed.
e) The report is submitted to the PCA for further management.
The quality audit of aircraft is performed by the QM with the assistance of a person
having an appropriate maintenance licence for the aircraft type.

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Part 4 Airworthiness Review Procedures


This section describes the working procedure for the airworthiness review according
EASA Part M, Subpart G M.A.710 and Subpart I. The purpose of the airworthiness
review is the verification of the continuing airworthiness of an aircraft. The approval
for this privilege is granted by the competent authority (ACG). Airworthiness review
tasks can not be sub-contracted. To ensure validity of the aircraft airworthiness
certificate an airworthiness review of an aircraft and its continuing airworthiness
records have to be carried out periodically.

Following aspects are applicable for CAMOs holding AR-privileges


according to M.A.711(b):

For aircraft above 2.730 kg MTOM - Aircraft remained within controlled


environment under the CAMO
...(organisation’s name) CAMO carries out complete reviews (record review and
physical survey) and issues ARCs if the reviewed aircraft is permanently in a
controlled environment under the …(organisation's name) CAMO approval.
Furthermore ...(organisation’s name) CAMO extends the ARC(s) it has issued twice
for a period of one year after it has justified that the aircraft was/were airworthy and
remained under controlled environment.

For aircraft above 2.730 kg MTOM - Aircraft listed on scope with review
privileges, but remained outside controlled environment under the CAMO
...(organisation’s name) CAMO is approved to carry out complete reviews (record
review and physical survey) and issue recommendations for aircraft which are not
permanently in a controlled environment under the …(organisation's name CAMO)
but when listed with review privileges in the ...(organisation’s name) CAMO scope.
...(organisation’s name) CAMO shall send the recommendation together with the
application from the owner/operator to the competent authority. This recommendation
should at least be in English when the member state of registry is not Austria. After
satisfactory evaluation of the recommendation the competent authority issues the
ARC.

For aircraft of 2.730 kg MTOM and below - Aircraft remained within controlled
environment under the CAMO
…(Organisation's name) CAMO carries out complete reviews (record review and
physical survey) and issues ARCs if the reviewed aircraft is permanently in a
controlled environment under the …(organisation's name) CAMO approval.
Furthermore ...(organisation’s name) CAMO extends the ARC(s) it has issued twice
for a period of one year after it has justified that the aircraft was/were airworthy and
remained under controlled environment.

For aircraft of 2.730 kg MTOM and below - Aircraft listed on scope with review
privileges, but remained outside controlled environment under the
…(organisation´s name) CAMO
...(organisation’s name) CAMO is approved to carry out complete reviews (record
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a controlled environment under the …(organisation's name) CAMO but when listed
with review privileges in the ...(organisation’s name) CAMO scope.

The competent staff who is/are responsible for the issuance of extensions is/are
named in chapter 5.2.
Whenever circumstances show the existence of a potential safety threat, the
competent authority shall carry out the airworthiness review itself hand issue the
airworthiness review certificate itself. In this case, the owner or operator shall provide
the competent authority with:
— the documentation required by the competent authority,
— suitable accommodation at the appropriate location for its personnel, and
when necessary the support of personnel appropriately qualified in accordance with
Part-66.
Airworthiness review tasks shall not be sub-contracted.

CAMOs which does not hold AR-privileges:

...(organisation’s name) CAMO does not hold the privilege to carry out airworthiness
breviews.

For aircraft of 2.730 kg MTOM and below - managed by …(Organisation's name)


CAMO
(organisation's name) CAMO takes responsibility to appoint appropriately approved
CAMO(s) and/or ACG to carry out airworthiness reviews periodically for the managed
aircraft below 2.730 kg MTOM. After satisfactory review the appointed CAMO or the
competent authority will issue the ARC(s) and deliver it to (organisation's name)
CAMO. If findings have come up during the review, the PCA is responsible to
perform corrective actions within the given due date and to store a copy of the ARC
together with the aircraft records.
...(organisation’s name) CAMO extends the ARC(s) twice for a period of one year
after it has justified that the aircraft was/were airworthy and remained under its
controlled environment.

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For aircraft above 2.730 kg MTOM - Aircraft remained within controlled


environment under the …(organisation´s name) CAMO
…(organisation's name) CAMO takes responsibility to appoint approved CAMO(s) to
carry out airworthiness reviews periodically for the managed aircraft above 2.730 kg
MTOM. The appropriately approved CAMO will issue recommendations and send
them to the competent authority. After satisfactory evaluation of the recommendation
the competent authority will issue the ARC(s) and deliver it to (organisation's name)
CAMO.
If findings have come up during the review, the PCA is responsible to perform
corrective actions within the given due date and to store a copy of the ARC together
with the aircraft records. Furthermore ...(organisation’s name) CAMO extends the
ARC(s) for a period of one year after it has justified that the aircraft was/were
airworthy and remained under controlled environment.

For aircraft above 2.730 kg MTOM - Aircraft managed by …(organisation´s


name) CAMO but does not fulfil the controlled environment under the CAMO
…(organisation's name) CAMO takes responsibility to appoint approved CAMO(s) to
carry out airworthiness reviews periodically. The appropriately approved CAMO will
issue recommendations and send them to the competent authority. After satisfactory
evaluation of the recommendation the competent authority will issue the ARC(s) and
deliver it to the approved CAMO. If findings have come up during the review, the
PCA is responsible to perform corrective actions within the given due date and to
store a copy of the ARC together with the aircraft records.

Following persons are authorised by … (Organisation´s name)… to extend an ARC23:

Max Maier
Michi Maier
Martin Maier

4.1 Airworthiness review staff


4.1.1 Experience, qualification, training and procedure
To carry out airworthiness reviews, …(organisation’s name) CAMO … shall have
appropriate airworthiness review staff to issue M.A. Subpart I airworthiness review
certificates or recommendations.
These staff shall have acquired24:
a) For Aircraft above 2.730 kg MTOM, except Balloons
1. at least five years experience in continuing airworthiness25, and;

23
These persons don´t need to be authorised as Airworthiness Review Staff and therefore don´t need an EASA
Form 4 for acceptance by ACG. They will be accepted through the approval of the CAME.
24
For detailed information: ARS Zugangsvoraussetzungen.doc
25
“experience in continuing airworthiness” means any appropriate combination of experience in tasks
related to aircraft maintenance and/or continuing airworthiness management (engineering) and/or
surveillance of such tasks.

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2. an appropriate Part-66 licence26 or a nationally recognized maintenance


personnel qualification appropriate to the aircraft category or an aeronautical
degree or equivalent, and;
3. formal aeronautical maintenance training, and;
4. a position within the approved organisation with appropriate responsibilities27
5. Point 2 may be replaced by five years of experience in continuing
airworthiness additional to the five years mentioned in point 1.

b) For Aircraft of 2.730 kg MTOM and below and Balloons


1. at least three years experience in continuing airworthiness, and;
2. an appropriate Part-66 licence or a nationally recognized maintenance
personnel qualification appropriate to the aircraft category or an aeronautical
degree or equivalent, and;
3. appropriate aeronautical maintenance training, and;
4. a position within the approved organisation with appropriate responsibilities;
5. Point 2 may be replaced by four years of experience in continuing
airworthiness additional to the three years mentioned in point 1.
Following staff could be approved as review staff if it fulfils the above mentioned
requirement:
• PCA: When he/she was not involved in the release to service of that
aircraft he/she makes reviews
• QM: When he/she does not perform product audit(s) on that aircraft
he/she makes reviews
• CAMO-personnel: When it is responsible for the complete continuing
airworthiness management process of the particular aircraft
• AM
• The person of an one-man organisation
.
Airworthiness review staff nominated by the …(organisation’s name) CAMO … may
only be issued an authorisation by …(organisation’s name) CAMO … when formally
accepted by Austro Control GmbH after satisfactory completion of an airworthiness
review under supervision (assessment). Applications for the nomination of
airworthiness review staff shall be submitted through a filled in EASA Form 4 and
EASA Form 2 to Austro Control GmbH.

26
An appropriate Part-66 licence is a category B or C licence in the sub-category of the aircraft reviewed. It is not
necessary to satisfy the experience requirements of Part-66 at the time of the review.
27
To hold a position with appropriate responsibilities means the airworthiness review staff should have a position
in the organisation independent from the airworthiness management process or with overall authority on the
airworthiness management process of complete aircraft.

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Formal Aeronautical Maintenance Training

a) Review staff for Aircraft above 2.730 kg MTOM, except Balloons


This means training (internal or external) supported by evidence on the following
subjects:
• Relevant parts of initial and continuing airworthiness regulations.
• Relevant parts of operational requirements and procedures, if applicable.
• The organisation’s continuing airworthiness management exposition.
• Knowledge of a relevant sample of the type(s) of aircraft gained through a
formalised training course. These courses should be at least at a level
equivalent to Part-66 Level 1 General Familiarisation and could be imparted
by a Part-147 organisation, by the manufacturer, or by any other
organisation accepted by the competent authority.
“Relevant sample” means that these courses should cover typical systems embodied
in those aircraft being within the scope of approval.
• Maintenance methods.

b) For Aircraft of 2.730 kg MTOM and below and Balloons


“Experience in continuing airworthiness” can be full-time or part-time, either as
professional or on a voluntary basis.
Appropriate aeronautical maintenance training means demonstrated knowledge of
the following subjects:
• Relevant parts of initial and continuing airworthiness regulations.
• Relevant parts of operational requirements and procedures, if applicable.
• The organisation’s continuing airworthiness management exposition.
• Knowledge of a relevant sample of the type(s) of aircraft gained through
training and/or work experience.
• Maintenance methods.
This knowledge may be demonstrated by documented evidence.

4.1.2 Authorisations
Every airworthiness review staff of …(organisation’s name) CAMO … holds an
airworthiness review authorisation (permit) that states the individual scope of work
(aircraft types). An example of the review staff authorisation is published in chapter
5.2.1.

The QM or the AM with consultation with the PCA is responsible for the issuance,
restriction and prohibition of the permit.
The permit will be issued after assessment to following personal data:

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a) Personal licensing.
b) Certificates of successfully completed trainings.
c) Experience and practice
A restriction takes place in case of a restriction of the organisation-authorisation or
when the verification of practice for certain authorisations is insufficient. In addition in
case of traceable frequently mistakes within the scope of the permit.
In case of gross negligence, fatal professional or disciplinary mistakes
…(organisation’s name) CAMO … will prohibit the permit.
A validity status list is kept in the personal files. A permit is valid for 2 years. When an
extension is necessary a new permit will be issued and signed by the AM, PCA and
the holder after assessment.
The …(organisation’s name) CAMO … shall ensure that aircraft airworthiness review
staff can demonstrate appropriate recent continuing airworthiness management
experience. This could be achieved through continuing airworthiness management
activities for at least six months in every two year period, or through at least one
airworthiness review conducted in the last twelve month period.

If the staff can not meet the above mentioned experience, the permit becomes
invalid. In order to restore the validity of the authorisation, the airworthiness review
staff shall conduct at a satisfactory level an airworthiness review under the
supervision of the competent authority.

A list of airworthiness review staff having recent continuing airworthiness


management experience to perform airworthiness reviews is published in chapter 5.2
of this CAME.

4.1.3 Records
…(organisation’s name) CAMO … shall maintain a record of all airworthiness review
staff in each personal file.
The minimum content of the records is listed below:
• Personal data
• Basic Education,
• Experience,
• Aeronautical Degree and/or Part-66 qualification and/or nationally-recognised
maintenance personnel qualification,
• Initial Training received,
• Type of Training received,
• Continuation Training received,
• Experience in continuing airworthiness and within the organisation,
• Responsibilities of current role in the organisation,

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• Copy of the authorisation.

This record shall be retained until two years after the airworthiness review staff have
left the organisation.
Personal details are kept in the respective personal file.

4.2 Review of aircraft records


To satisfy the requirement for an airworthiness review of aircraft, a full documented
review of the aircraft records are carried out by …(organisation’s name) CAMO … in
order to be satisfied that:
1. airframe, engine and propeller flying hours and associated flight cycles have
been properly recorded, and;
2. the flight manual is applicable to the aircraft configuration and reflects the
latest revision status, and;
3. all the maintenance due on the aircraft according to the approved aircraft
maintenance programme has been carried out, and;
4. all known defects have been corrected or, when applicable, carried forward in
a controlled manner, and;
5. all applicable airworthiness directives have been applied and properly
registered, and;
6. all modifications and repairs applied to the aircraft have been registered and
are approved according to Part 21, and;
7. all service life limited components installed on the aircraft are properly
identified, registered and have not exceeded their approved service life limit,
and;
8. all maintenance has been released in accordance with this Part, and;
9. the current mass and balance statement reflects the configuration of the
aircraft and is valid, and;
10. the aircraft complies with the latest revision of its type design approved by the
Agency.
As a minimum, sample checks within each document category should be carried out.
A checklist (5.1 (f)) will be used to confirm that the above has been reviewed and
found in compliance with Part-M.

4.3 Physical survey


…(organisation’s name) CAMO … airworthiness review staff shall carry out a
physical survey of the aircraft. For this review, airworthiness review staff not
appropriately qualified to Part-66 shall be assisted by such qualified personnel who is
approved to issue a release to service if required. Nevertheless the review staff who
is signing the ARC shall carry out both the document review and the physical survey.
The physical survey may be performed up to 90 days before the new expiration date
of the ARC that the review can take place during a maintenance check. The review of
aircraft records and the physical survey will be carried out within one survey.

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Through the physical survey of the aircraft, the airworthiness review staff shall ensure
that:
1. all required markings and placards are properly installed, and;
2. the aircraft complies with its approved flight manual, and;
3. the aircraft configuration complies with the approved documentation, and;
4. no evident defect can be found that has not been addressed according to
M.A.403, and;
5. no inconsistencies can be found between the aircraft and the documented
review of records.

4.3.1 Physical survey on the aircraft28


In addition to the tasks required above the following checks have to be performed
anyway:

a) Inspection of the general condition of the aircraft


This should include a detailed outside check according AFM. In particular
paying attention to:
1. leakages at areas of the engine(s), tank(s), landing gear
2. proper condition of the tyres
3. condition of the brakes (unallowable deformation and coloration of brake
discs respectively thickness of brake linings)
4. structure damages (hard landings, strokes of lightning, other indications of
overload)
5. condition and function of aircraft systems (e.g. stall warning, pitot/static
heater and de-icing systems)
Inside the aircraft:
6. equipment (refer to b))
7. fixation and condition of seats
8. condition of instrument panels, windshields, windows
9. condition and free moving of flight controls (including throttle control,
mixture control, propeller control,…), doors
10. critical areas that are typically vulnerable for corrosion depending on the
aircraft type

b) Inspection of the equipment


11. safety equipment
12. operational equipment
28
The physical survey could require actions categorised as maintenance (e.g. operational tests, tests of
emergency equipment, visual inspections requiring panel opening etc.). In this case, after the airworthiness
review a release to service should be issued in accordance with Part-M.

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13. minimum equipment according to ZLLV, Appendix D and LTH 44


14. Additional equipment must be inspected if aircraft is used for towing
(gliders, banners) or drop off of skydivers.

c) Engine runs
An engine run has to be performed on the occasion of every aircraft review.
Only instructed and authorised staff shall perform engine runs and only in
areas which are suitable therefore. The information of wind direction and
velocity has to be included into the consideration how to line up the aircraft for
engine run. Devices for towing the aircraft have to be removed during the run
up. Suitable and sufficient fire extinguishers and personal instructed with the
handling of them shall be ready within a distance of max. 40 meters. All
preparations for an engine run have to be performed according the operating
handbook.

d) Check flights
The surveyor has the authorisation to dispose a check flight when he/she
deems necessary.
Following points must be complied with:
15. A reason for the check flight must be recorded before performing the check
flight. This record is a part of the physical review checklist.
16. The operator/owner of the aircraft must agree with the designated pilot.
17. The pilot in command shall have a valid licence for the aircraft and
adequate experience (Austrian LTH 42).
18. The surveyor shall not be the PIC.
19. The purpose for the flight and the flight program has to be discussed
between the surveyor and the pilot before start of the check flight. An
appropriate briefing has to be performed. Depending on the flight program
it could be necessary that the PIC needs a valid licence for aerobatics.
20. There must not be a finding or restriction which is being opposed to the
flight. Safety first!
21. The review time limit must not be expired and there must not be a reason
that the review will fail.
22. Only a negligible deviation from the assigned flight program is allowed.
23. The result of the check flight shall be documented as part of the physical
review checklist.
A checklist (5.1 (g)) will be used to confirm that the above has been reviewed and
found in compliance with Part-M.

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4.4 Additional procedures for recommendations to competent


authorities for the import of aircraft
a) Transfer of aircraft registration within the EU
When transferring an aircraft registration within the EU, the former Member State will
be informed that the aircraft will be registered onto the new register of a Member
State.
An application will be made to the competent authority for registration for the
issuance of a new airworthiness certificate.
The former airworthiness review certificate remains valid until its expiry date.
The proper transfer of information will be ensured between the two competent
authorities during the aircraft transfer process.
The PCA will verify that:
1. the competent authority for registration entered the new aircraft registration on
the existing airworthiness review certificate and validated the change and,
2. the data package to be provided to ACG according LTH tbd. is collected and
assembled and,
3. that the compliance checklists for the applicable operational equipment
requirement (EU OPS 1, JAR OPS 3, JAR 26, LTH 44, LTH 47) are produced
and submitted to ACG.

b) Airworthiness review of used aircraft imported into the EU


In case of import of an used aircraft from a third country (Non EU member State) the
holder shall apply to the Member State of registry for the issuance of a new
airworthiness certificate in accordance with Part 21. In this context an airworthiness
review has to be carried out by the CAMO.
Ensure that:
1. an application to the Member State of registry for the issuance of a new
airworthiness certificate in accordance with Part 21 is filed; and
2. an airworthiness review carried out by an appropriately approved
continuing airworthiness management organisation and all files are
available; and
3. all maintenance as requested by approved data of TCH was carried out by
the approved maintenance organisation.∗
In order to allow for possible participation of authority personnel, the applicant should
inform the competent authority at least 10 working days in advance of the time and
location of the airworthiness review.
If …(organisation’s name) CAMO … is not approved for the specific aircraft type
available, the competent authority may carry out the airworthiness review. In this

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case, the airworthiness review should be requested to the competent authority with a
30-day notice.
The aircraft and all relevant records will be reviewed to determine the work to be
undertaken to establish the airworthiness of the aircraft.

Additional items which have to be reviewed are as follows:


• Certificates (e.g. Radio Station License, Insurance Certificate, CoA for Export,
primary authority information)
• Aircraft Maintenance Status (e.g. certified current Time in Service, Times and
Cycles since last maintenance, certified Status of Airworthiness Directives
including method of compliance, certified inventory of Hard Time Components,
Aircraft Accident & Incident Reports)
• Maintenance Records (e.g. Technical Logs (min. 2 years), Aircraft-, Engine-,
APU log books, non-SRM structural repairs and approvals)
• Engine Records (e.g. Airworthiness Directives Status, Service Bulletin Status,
certified statement that the engines are not involved in an accident)
• APU Records (e.g. Statement of APU Hours and Cycles, LLP status and full
traceability to birth)
• Component Records (e.g. component AD and SB status, AD compliance report
and compliance documentation for appliances, parts needing European parts
approval)
• Landing Gear Records (e.g. approved LLP listings for each gear)
• Manuals (e.g. Airplane Flight Manual, Airplane Operating Manual, Emergency /
Abnormal Checklist, Quick Reference Handbook)
• Miscellaneous (e.g. maintenance program specifications (previous operator),
operator’s approved maintenance program, approved minimum equipment list)
• Emergency Equipment (e.g. cockpit configuration, cabin layout, instrument
limitations, placards)

Maintenance to be carried out is as follows:


• maintenance needed for import, such as embodiment of modifications needed
to comply with the EASA type certificate, bridging check to comply with the new
aircraft maintenance programme
• avionics such as radio and navigation equipment, instrument flight rules (IFR)
equipment, digital flight data recorder (DFDR) / cockpit voice recorder (CVR)
test, ELT 406 MHz code and identification
• compass compensation
• special operating rules such as extended twin-engine operations (ETOPS) /
long range operations (LROPS), reduced vertical separation minima (RVSM),
MNPS, all weather operations (AWOPS), RNAV

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• aircraft survey including verification of conformity with the flight manual and the
datasheet, presence of fire proof identification plates, conformity of markings
including registration, presence and serviceability of emergency equipment,
internal and external lighting systems
• Painting of new registration marks and flag
• Installation stainless steel registration placard with new registration
• Installation of language placards, where required
• check flight including check of control system / cockpit ground check / engine
run up
• Special national requirements
When satisfied that the aircraft is in compliance with the relevant requirements, the
continuing airworthiness management organisation shall send a documented
recommendation for the issuance of an airworthiness review certificate to the
Member State of registry.
The owner represented by the PCA shall allow access to the aircraft for inspection by
the Member State of registry.
A new airworthiness certificate will be issued by the Member State of registry when it
is satisfied the aircraft complies with the prescriptions of Part 21.
The Member State shall also issue the airworthiness review certificate valid normally
for one year unless the Member State has safety reason to limit the validity.
The PCA has to support this decision with requested documents.
The recommendation sent to the competent authority should contain at least the
items described below:29
a) All the information set forth by 4.5 a) to g) in this CAME
b) Aircraft information
- aircraft assigned registration
- state of manufacturer
- previous registration∗
- export certificate number
- TC and TC data sheet numbers
- noise and emissions TC and TC data sheet numbers (if available)
- comparison of prior aircraft maintenance programme with the proposed
new aircraft maintenance programme (transfer check).∗
c) Documents accompanying the recommendation
- copy of the application, and;
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- original export certificate, and;


- copy of the approvals of the flight manual and its supplements, and;
- list of AD’s incorporated up to the latest published issue, and;
- proposed new aircraft maintenance programme, and;
- status of all service life limited components, and;
- the valid weight and centre of gravity schedule reflecting the current
configuration of the aircraft, and;
- Part 21 approval reference for all modifications and repairs.
d) Maintenance∗
- a copy of the work packages requested by the subpart G organisation
including details of any bridging check to ensure all the necessary
maintenance has been carried out.
e) Aircraft check flight
- a copy of the check flight report

c) New aircraft from EU or imported from a third country


In case of import of new aircraft from EU or a third country (Non EU member state)
the holder shall apply to the Member State of registry for the issuance of a new
airworthiness certificate in accordance with Part 21.
The PCA shall communicate with the Member State of registry and shall ensure that:
1. an application to the Member State of registry for the issuance of a new
airworthiness certificate in accordance with Part 21 is filed and,
2. the data package to be provided to ACG according LTH tbd. is collected,
assembled and provided and,
3. compliance checklists for the applicable operational equipment requirement
(EU OPS 1, JAR OPS 3, JAR 26, LTH 44, LTH 47) are produced and
submitted to ACG.
For new aircraft originating from an EU member state the PCA shall ensure that a
statement of conformity according Part 21 is issued by the manufacturer. The
conformity with the Austrian additional national requirements and the existence of the
required data package has to be ensured by the PCA.
For new aircraft imported from a third country the conformity of the aircraft has to be
documented by an export CoA stating conformity to an EASA approved type design.
Where applicable the compliance inspection may be performed under the procedure
agreed between ACG and the exporting authority (ODAR-procedure). In this case the
conformity with the Austrian additional national requirements and the existence of the
required data package is ensured by the ODAR. If no procedure is available the PCA
has to ensure the conformity.


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4.5 Recommendations to competent authorities for the issuance of


airworthiness review certificates
An M.A.902 airworthiness review certificate (EASA Form 15b) or a recommendation
form (5.1 h)) is issued by appropriately authorised M.A.707 airworthiness review staff
on behalf of …(organisation’s name) CAMO CAMO when satisfied that the
airworthiness review has been properly carried out.
A copy of both physical review and document review check lists stated above should
be sent to the competent authority together with any recommendation issued. This
should also include a finding statement with the rectification of findings if necessary.
The recommendation sent to the competent authority should contain at least the
items described below:
a) General information
- CAMO name and address
- owner name
- date and place the document review and the aircraft survey were carried out
- period and place the aircraft can be seen if required by the competent
authority
b) Aircraft information
- registration
- type
- manufacturer
- serial number
- flight manual reference
- weight and centre of gravity data
- aircraft maintenance programme reference
c) Documents accompanying the recommendation
- copy of registration papers
- The owners request for a new airworthiness review certificate
d) Aircraft status
- aircraft total time and cycles
- list of persons or organisations having carried out continuing airworthiness
activities including maintenance tasks on the aircraft and its components
since the last airworthiness review certificate

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e) Aircraft survey
- copy of the filled out Physical review checklist (chapter 5.1 (g)).
f) Findings
- a list of all the findings made during the airworthiness review with the
corrective action carried out
g) Statement
- A statement signed by the airworthiness review staff recommending the
issue of an airworthiness review certificate.
The statement should confirm that the aircraft in its current configuration complies
with the following:
- airworthiness directives up to the latest published issue, and;
- type certificate datasheet, and;
- aircraft maintenance programme, and;
- component service life limitations, and;
- the valid weight and centre of gravity schedule reflecting the current
configuration of the aircraft, and;
- Part 21 for all modifications and repairs, and;
- the current flight manual including supplements, and;
- operational requirements.
The above items should clearly state the exact reference of the data used in
establishing compliance; for instance the number and issue of the type certificate
data sheet used should be stated.
The statement should also confirm that all of the above is properly entered and
certified in the aircraft continuing airworthiness record system and/or in the
owner/operator’s Bordbuch.

4.5.1 Findings
A level 1 finding is any significant non-compliance with EASA Part-M requirements
which lowers the safety standard and hazards seriously the flight safety. In this case,
no airworthiness review certificate will be issued until the finding is closed.
A level 2 finding is any non-compliance with EASA Part-M requirements which could
lower the safety standard and possibly hazard the flight safety. In this case, a due
date will be defined (max. 3 months) for the finding.
The finding list is included in the Compliance Checklist for aircraft review (chapter 5.1
(f)). This finding list will be signed by the airworthiness review staff and PCA. The
PCA defines a corrective action plan and demonstrates corrective actions to the
satisfaction of the airworthiness review staff within a period agreed including
appropriate corrective actions to prevent reoccurrence of the finding and its root
cause. The airworthiness review staff is responsible for the control of the due dates.

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4.6 Issuance of airworthiness review certificates


After successful completion of an airworthiness review, the appropriately authorised
airworthiness review staff issues the ARC by using the EASA Form 15b. The ARC
has to be numbered with ascending and unique digits. All entries made shall be clear
and accurate. When it is necessary to correct an entry, the correction shall be made
in a manner that clearly shows the original entry. In this case the correction should be
signed and dated by the surveyor. The ARC is valid for one year.

If findings have come up during the review, the review staff will classify the finding
levels and hand over the airworthiness review finding list together with the ARC to
the PCA or to the QM. The classification of findinglevels should be the same as
those listed in chapter 2.1 of this CAME. PCA is responsible to perform corrective
actions within the given due date and to store the ARC together with the aircraft
records.
The complete review may be performed up to 90 days before the new expiration date
of the ARC without loss of continuity of the airworthiness review pattern in order to
have a flexible time period for the physical survey. In this case the reviewed aircraft is
still considered as being within controlled environment under ...(organisation’s name)
CAMO.
Should the outcome of the airworthiness review be inconclusive, the competent
authority shall be informed.
An ARC will be extended twice for a period of one year each time if the aircraft is
within a controlled environment30 and it is verified that:
1. the ARC is valid
2. the continuing airworthiness of the aircraft or any component fitted to the
aircraft does meet the requirements of Part-M, and;
3. the aircraft does remain in conformity with the type design approved by the
Agency; and
4. the aircraft has been operated within the limitations of the approved flight
manual or the airworthiness certificate, and;
5. the aircraft has not been involved in an accident or incident that affects the
airworthiness of the aircraft, without subsequent appropriate action to restore
airworthiness; and
6. a modification or repair has been approved in accordance with Part 21.
The above mentioned requirements shall be documented. Therefore the compliance
is stated on the Extension Form and on the EASA Form 15b.
The original ARC will be held in the respective aircraft documents. A copy of any
airworthiness review certificate issued or extended for an aircraft shall be sent to the

30
An aircraft in a controlled environment is an aircraft continuously managed by an M.A. Subpart G approved
continuing airworthiness management organisation, which has not changed organisations in the previous 12
months, and which is maintained by approved maintenance organisations. This includes M.A.803(b)
maintenance carried out and released to service according to M.A.801(b)2 or M.A.801(b)3.

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Member State of Registry of that aircraft within 10 days. …(organisation’s name)


CAMO CAMO will also retain one copy of each ARC issued (refer to 4.7 in this
CAME).

4.6.1 Invalidity of the airworthiness review certificate


An airworthiness review certificate becomes invalid if:
1. suspended or revoked; or
2. the airworthiness certificate is suspended or revoked; or
3. the aircraft is not on the aircraft register of a Member State; or
4. the type certificate under which the airworthiness certificate was issued is
suspended or revoked.
An aircraft must not fly if the airworthiness certificate is invalid or if the above points
1. to 5. are not verified.
Upon surrender or revocation, the airworthiness review certificate shall be returned to
the competent authority.
An airworthiness review certificate shall not be extended if the organisation is aware
or has reason to believe that the aircraft is unairworthy.

4.7 Airworthiness review records, responsibilities, retention and


access
The PCA is responsible that the airworthiness review records are kept in a form
acceptable to Austro Control GmbH. Retention takes place according to part 1.3 c)
and d) in this CAME.
…(organisation’s name) CAMO issues an airworthiness review certificate, or makes a
recommendation for the airworthiness review to a Member State of Registry.

…(organisation’s name) CAMO retains a copy of each airworthiness review


certificate and recommendation issued, together with all supporting documents.

…(organisation’s name) CAMO retains a copy of all those records until two years
after the aircraft has been permanently withdrawn from service (refer to table of
retention periods in 1.3 in this CAME).

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Part 5 Appendices
5.1 Sample documents
a) Bordbuch

b) Accident / Incident Report

c) Quality plan

d) Extension form

e) CAME Recognition Certificate

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f) Document review checklist (example)

Document Checklist ARC


Aircraft data: Airworthiness Review Reference Number:

Date of Review:
Performed by: Sign:

No. Description Comply Remarks


Yes No
1 REVIEW
Airframe, Engine, APU and Propeller hours/cycles
A01 have been properly recorded *
Pls Record the following information:
Airframe:

S/N:
TAH: TAC: **
Manufacturing date:
Last inspection:

Engine Daten (Model __________):

S/N: Pos: LH
TSN: CSN:
Hobbs/Tachtime: **
Last OH:
Manufacturing date:
Installed:
Time at installation: hrs / cyc
Engine Daten (Model __________):

S/N: Pos: RH
TSN: CSN:
Hobbs/Tachtime: **
Last OH:
Manufacturing date:
Installed:
Time at installation: hrs / cyc
APU Daten (Model __________)

S/N: P/N:
TSN: CSN:
Last OH:
**
Manufacturing date:
Installed:
Time at installation: hrs / cyc
EASA Form One:

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No. Description Comply Remarks


Yes No
Propeller Daten (Model __________)

S/N: Pos:
P/N:
TSN: CSN:
Last OH: **
Manufacturing date:
Installed:
Time at installation: hrs
EASA Form One:

Propeller Daten (Model __________)

S/N: Pos:
P/N:
TSN: CSN:
Last OH: **
Manufacturing date:
Installed:
Time at installation: hrs
EASA Form One:

AFM/Pilots Operating Manual/Owners Manual:


Verify applicability and revision status.
Doc. No.:
Revision:
A02

Supplements:
-

Maintenance acc OMP has been carried out:


Review of Aircraft/Engine/ Propeller/APU log books .
Verify all maintenance due acc OMP has been performed
A03 *
and released i.a.w. Part M.
Record all discrepancies and copy actual status.

All defects rectified or deferred:


Verify all known defects has been corrected or when
applicable deferred in a controlled manner. Verify open
A04 items conform to MEL or CDL. Verify all open items are *
known to CAMO and listed.

AD Status:
ADs issued by EASA and the State of Design or those
effective under “grandfather” provisions. Verify all
A05 *
applicable ADs has been applied and properly registered.
Record all discrepancies and copy actual status.

Modifications:
All modifications applied to the Aircraft have been
A06 registered including approval status acc Part 21. *
( look for STC´s, Mod´s Eo´s, etc..)

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No. Description Comply Remarks


Yes No
SB Status:
Verify all mandatory SB´s acc to CAMO SB Procedure
A06 has been applied and registered. *

Repair and Damage Records:


Repairs previously embodied by Owner(s)/Operator(s),
A06 including approval status acc. Part 21 and records *
containing unrepaired damages.

List of Service life limited Components:


Verify that all Service life limited Components installed on
A07 the aircraft are properly identified, registered and have *
not exceeded their approved service life limit.

All Maintenance has been released acc PART 145:


Check a relevant sample of Techlog pages,
A08 *
Workpackages and checks.

Aircraft Weighing Report:


Individual aircraft weighing record is current and reflect
A09 actual configuration. **
Reference:

Airframe, Engine and Propeller TCDS:


Verfiy that the aircraft complies with the latest revision of
A10 **
the Type design (described in TCDS) approved by the
agency.
2 REVIEW CONCLUSION
Open Item List (Beanstandungsliste):
Issuance of the open item list.
Allocation of time limits and/or due dates.
3.2 ***
Hand-over to the representative of the operator.
To be signed by an authorized person of the operator.

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g) Physical review checklist

Physical review checklist ARC (example)


Aircraft data: Airworthiness Review Reference Number:

Aircraft Eng1 Eng2 APU


Type:
Manufacturer
Serial Nr.:
Total hours
Total cycles

Date of Review:
Performed by: Sign:

No. Description Comply Remarks


Yes No
1 PREPARATION
1A Prepare the following documents: **
List of required Placards
Document status
LOPA
Equipment List
List of Modifications
Dent and Buckle Chart
EU OPS 1 and JAR 26 Checklists
List of Approved Kinds of Operation
Ops Checks to be performed
Flight test Program if necessary

2 REVIEW
2A List of Placards and Markings: **
In accordance with TCDS, AMM chapter 11, AFM, OPS 1
and/or national regulations.

AFM/Pilots Operating Manual/Owners Manual: **


Verify that the aircraft complies with the approved AFM.
Verify Type and Config is applicable.
Check for Options and Modifications.

2C Verify that the Airplane Configuration complies with *


the approved documentation:
Check the items below
Cabin Configuration Control: *
Verify that the aircraft configuration complies with the
approved documentation.

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No. Description Comply Remarks


Yes No
Engine/APU/Propeller: **
Verify that the aircraft configuration complies with the
approved documentation.

Approved Modifications: **
Verify that the aircraft configuration complies with the
approved documentation.

Other Manuals required for operation: **


(e.g. AOM, QRH, FMS, CDL, …)
Verify that the aircraft configuration complies with the
approved documentation
2D Evident defects: **
Verify that no evident defects can be found that have not
been addressed.
2E Verify that no inconsistencies exist between the *
aircraft and the documentation as reviewed during
the document review:
Check the items below
Repair and Damage Records: **
Verify that no inconsistencies exist between the aircraft
and the documentation
Equipment List: *
Verify that no inconsistencies exist between the aircraft
and the documentation.

Modification Status Report: **


Verify that no inconsistencies exist between the aircraft
and the documentation.

2F EU OPS 1 / JAR 26 Compliance Report: **


Operator declaration of compliance with subpart K & L.
Deviations have to be notified (refer to 4B) to the ACG
department Flight Operations (OPS), unless already
approved.

2G Operational Checks to ensure compliance: ***


List items:

2H List of Areas inspected visually: ***


List areas here or refer to additl Checklist

2I Registration marks incl. fire-proof plate:


According to ZLLV.

3 Verification during Flight


3A Check flight found necessary: ***

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No. Description Comply Remarks


Yes No
3B Check Flight program: ***

4 Conclusion
4A EU OPS Findings Report
Forward to ACG Dept. AOT OPS .

4B Open Item List (Beanstandungsliste): ***


Issuance of the open item list.
Allocation of time limits and/or due dates.
Hand-over to the representative of the operator.
To be signed by an authorized person of the operator.

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h) Recommendation form for issuance of airworthiness review


certificates

i) Annual Review Checklist OMP –Small AC

Aircraft Type/Fleet: OMP – Reviewed:

Org./Owner:
No. Description Comply Remarks
Yes No
1 PREPARATION
1.1 Fleet and Registrations: *

Last review performed:

1.2 OMP Manual Revision Status: *


Verify the latest applicable revision status including
temporary revisions, appendices and supplements of
Docs listed in 2.

1.3 Airworthiness Directives /LTA/LTH List: *


Preparation of AD List from State of Design, ACG and
EASA

1.4 Approved Maintenance Programme: *

1.5 Bordbuch / Flugaufzeichnungen *


1.6 *
2 REVIEW
Documents
2.1 Maintenance Manual Airframe: *
Doc. No.:
Revision:
Check Revision and incorporated any changes into OMP
2.2 Maintenance Manual Engine: *
Doc. No.:
Revision:
Check Revision and incorporated any changes into OMP
2.3 Maintenance Manual Propeller: *
Doc. No.:
Revision:
Check Revision and incorporated any changes into OMP
2.4 Maintenance Manual others: *
Doc. No.:
Revision:
Check Revision and incorporated any changes into OMP
3 Documents / Programs
3.1A Pilot Reports / Tech Log Review
Filtered for "High Trend"
Critical ATA (e.g. 26, 27, 32, 34, 78)
Check, establish corrective Actions and incorporation into
OMP

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Aircraft Type/Fleet: OMP – Reviewed:

Org./Owner:
No. Description Comply Remarks
Yes No
3.1B Störungsmeldungen

Check, establish corrective Actions and incorporation into


OMP if necessary for technical and operational defect
notifications

3.2 Maintenance Findings *


Filtered for "High Trend"
Critical ATA (e.g. 26, 27, 32, 34, 78)

Check, establish corrective Actions and incorporation into


OMP
3.3 Check Interval Variation
Permitted Variations to Maint. Program Frequencies incl.
approvals

Check if all Variations are i.a.w. the approved OMP


procedure (Mfr. Or LTH 36/LL26)
3.4 Aircraft/Engine/ Propeller *
Previous Maintenance Records:

Review Work Packs, Log books and or Record


System to be checked for:

ALI/CMR Compliance
Check according actual Docs

Airworthiness Directives Status Report Compliance


Check according prepared Lists

Component Overhaul/Life Limit Status:


Details of lives remaining and modification status
3.5 Modification Status Report: *
Check for modifications embodied including approval
status and incorporation into OMP.

3.6 Repair and Damage Records: *


Repairs embodied including approval status

Review Records containing un-repaired damages and


incorporation into OMP of repetitive actions.

3.7 LTH 40, LTH 29, LTA91, LTA 46 compliance: *


Check Revision and incorporated any changes into OMP

4 Others

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Aircraft Type/Fleet: OMP – Reviewed:

Org./Owner:
No. Description Comply Remarks
Yes No
4.1 ARC/recommendation for ARC: *
If applicable

5 REVIEW CONCLUSION
*

6 POST-PROCESSING
*

Acting Persons: Function:

Date:

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5.2 List of airworthiness review staff

Airworthiness Review Staff


Airworthiness Review Authorisation Reference
Extension Aircraft Type
Max Mustermann Michi Mustermann Martin Mustermann
ARS-(Org. name)-001 ARS-(Org. name)-002 ARS-(Org. name)-003

X X X Cessna 152

X X X Cessna 210

X X X Cessna 337

X X X Piper P28A

X X X Challenger 300

x X X Learjet 60

5.2.1 Airworthiness review staff authorisation

The authorisation schould contain:

• Organisation´s name
• Approval number of the organisation
• Authorisation number of the airworthiness review staff
• Date of issuance
• Personal data (Name of staff, date of birth, address)
• Granted aircraft types for the review
• Signature of issuing personal

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5.3 List of approved maintenance organisations contracted

5.4 List of contracts with owners/operators and their aircraft


…(organisation’s name) CAMO is responsible to manage the continuing
airworthiness, as contracted of the following aircraft:

Date of
Owner/Operator AMP Reg. Manufacturer Type S/N
contract

Depending on the number of aircraft, this paragraph should be updated as follows:


The paragraph is revised each time an aircraft is removed from or added in the list.
Every time a change is performed, the PCA will send this list to ACG for information.

5.5 Holders of AMP’s


A copy of the aircraft maintenance programme will be held by:

Copy
Receiver Publication form
number
1. Austro Control GmbH
2. Owner/operator
3. Nominated post holder for continuing airworthiness
4. Contracted approved maintenance oganisation

5.6 List of sub-contractors

5.7 Copy of contracts with approved maintenance organisations

5.8 Copy of contracts for sub-contracted work

5.9 Copy of contracts for the provision of maintenance data by the


owner or operator

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