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Director General of Civil Aviation Authority of the Republic of Kosovo, Pursuant to Articles 3.5, 15.1 (c) and 21.2 of the Law No. 03/L-051 on Civil Aviation, Having regard to UNMIK’s signature of the Multilateral Agreement on the Establishment of a European Common Aviation Area (“the ECAA Agreement”) on behalf of Kosovo, and the provisional entry into force of the ECAA Agreement for Kosovo on 10 October 2006, Whereas the Republic of Kosovo has undertaken international obligations of Kosovo, including those concluded on behalf of Kosovo by UNMIK, Whereas the ECAA Agreement requires that the Joint Aviation Requirements (JARs) adopted by the Joint Aviation Authorities, are implemented in the Republic of Kosovo, Hereby issues the following:
REGULATION No. 4/2010 ON
CONDITIONS AND PROCEDURE FOR ACQUIRING, ISSUANCE, RENEWAL AND EXTENSION OF LICENCES AND AUTHORIZATIONS FOR AVIATION
STAFF – HELICOPTER PILOTS
Article 1 Applicability
This Regulation prescribes the conditions and procedures for acquisition, issuance, renewal and extension of licences and authorisations for helicopter pilots, as well as programs for training, testing and establishing professional capabilities and conditions that must be fulfilled by legal entities which conduct helicopter pilot training.
Article 2 Definitions
For the purpose of this Regulation, the following definitions shall apply:
Republika e Kosovës Republika Kosovo Republic of Kosovo
Autoriteti i Aviacionit Civil i Kosovës Autoritet Civilnog Vazduhoplovstva Kosova Civil Aviation Authority of Kosovo
Authority – shall mean the Civil Aviation Authority of the Republic of Kosovo, Facilities for Private Pilot License Instruction Only (PPL Facility) – legal entity authorised to conduct professional training for the acquisition of private pilot licence in accordance with the JAR-FCL 2.125, Flight Training Organisation (FTO) - legal entity authorised to conduct professional training for acquiring pilot licences and authorisations, JAA Member State - signatory to the Agreement on the development, the acceptance and the implementation of Joint Aviation Requirements, signed in Cyprus on 11 September 1990, Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) - associate agency of the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) comprised of representatives of agencies responsible for issuing regulations in the field of civil aviation for Member States, Joint Aviation Requirements-Flight Crew Licensing (JAR FCL) - aviation regulations on conditions and procedures for acquiring licences and authorizations for flight crew members. JAR-FCL 2 contains the provisions on licensing of flight crew members – helicopter pilots, Pilot licence – helicopter - document which enables its holder to perform duties of a flight crew member in helicopter in accordance with the authorizations written in the licence and depending on the type of licence held, Type Rating Training Organisation (TRTO) - legal entity authorised to conduct professional training for acquiring type authorisations,
Article 3 Licences and Authorisations
3.1 Licences and authorisations for helicopter pilots are acquired, extended or renewed in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation. 3.2 Conditions and procedures for acquiring, issuance, renewal or extension of helicopter pilot licences and authorizations are provided in Section 1 (Requirements) of JAR FCL 2, and Section 2 of JAR FCL 2 - Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) and Interpretative and Explanatory Material (IEM). 3.3 Section 1 (Requirements) of JAR FCL 2, as referred to in paragraph 3.2 of this Article is divided into subparts from A to J:
1. Subpart A - General Requirements;
2. Subpart B - Student Pilot (Helicopter);
3. Subpart C - Private Pilot Licence (Helicopter) – PPL(H);
4. Subpart D - Commercial Pilot Licence (Helicopter) – CPL(H);
5. Subpart E - Instrument Rating (Helicopter) – IR(H);
6. Subpart F - Type Ratings (Helicopter);
7. Subpart G - Airline Transport Pilot Licence (Helicopter) – ATPL(H);
8. Subpart H - Instructor Ratings (Helicopter);
9. Subpart I - Examiners (Helicopter);
10. Subpart J - Theoretical knowledge requirements and procedures for the conduct of theoretical knowledge examinations for professional pilot licences and instrument ratings.
Article 4 Professional Training
4.1 Professional training of flight crew members – helicopter pilots shall be conducted by an FTO and TRTO which fulfill the prescribed conditions as authorised by the Authority in the following order:
4.1.1 FTO must comply with the conditions of Section 1 Subpart A – Appendix 1a, to JAR-FCL 2.055.
4.1.2 TRTO must comply with the conditions of Section 1 Subpart A -
Appendix 2 to JAR-FCL 2.055.
4..1.3 Facilities for Private Pilot Licence Instruction Only must meet the conditions of Section 1 Subpart C – Appendix 1 and 2 to JAR-FCL 2.125.
Article 5 Professional Training Programmes
5.1 Professional training for acquiring licences, authorisations and special authorisations shall be conducted in accordance with the programs as authorised by the Authority. 5.2 FTO, TRTO and the Facilities for Private Pilot Licence Instruction Only must develop programs as referred to in paragraph 5.1 of this Article in accordance with the programs of Section 2 of JAR-FCL 2 Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) and Interpretative and Explanatory Material (IEM).
Article 6 Administrative and Guidance Material
The latest JAA AGM (Administrative and Guidance Material – Section 5 and 6) is accepted as a recommended practice for carrying out of administrative tasks and procedures of the Authority.
Article 7 Interpretation
In cases where any differences occur between the versions of JAR-FCL 2 in Albanian and/or Serbian, and the original English version, the English version of JAR-FCL 2 (Amendments 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6), which is annexed to this Regulation, shall prevail.
Article 8 Entry into Force
This Regulation shall enter into force on 10 October 2010.
Dritan Gjonbalaj Director General
oint Aviation Authorities
Postal Address: P.O. Box 3000
2130 KA Hoofddorp Visiting Address: Saturnusstraat 50
The Netherlands Tel.: 31 (0)23 - 5679700 Fax: 31 (0)23 - 5621714
Chief Executive’s office:
31 (0)23 – 5679765/780
31 (0)23 - 5679780
31 (0)23 - 5679733/756
31 (0)23 - 5679764
31 (0)23 - 5679710/780
Our reference number: 09/44-1/07-L001
1 February 2007
JAR-FCL 2 - FLIGHT CREW LICENSING (Helicopter) Please find attached a copy of Amendment 6 to JAR-FCL 2, dated 1st Feb. 2007. This amendment incorporates NPA-FCL 26. Instructions on how to incorporate the affected pages are available at the end of this letter. The associated Comment Response Document, detailing the comments made during consultation and the JAA’s response to those comments, is available on the JAA website (www.jaa.nl). Customers who have purchased copies of JAR-FCL 2, and who wish to receive future amendments, should ensure that they have made suitable arrangements with the JAA’s publisher, Information Handling Services, to whom you can direct any queries regarding the sale and distribution of JAA documents. Addresses of the worldwide IHS offices are listed on the JAA website (www.jaa.nl) and IHS’s website (www.global.ihs.com). Queries regarding the technical content of the code should be made to JAA Headquarters, using the following email address: email@example.com. Fergus Woods Licensing Director
JAR-FCL 2, Amendment 6, 1 February 2007 Please replace and insert the following pages included in this package as follows: Titlepage : (replace) ii : (replace) Cover : (2 pages) Contents : (pages C-1 to C-12) Foreword : (pages F-1 to F-2) Checklist : (pages CL-1 to CL-8 (complete chapter replacement)) Preamble : (pages P-1 to P-22 (complete chapter replacement)) Section 1 Replace – Subpart A (pages 1-A-1 to 1-A-44, complete chapter replacement) Replace – Subpart E (pages 1-E-1 to 1-E-10, complete chapter replacement) Replace – Subpart F (pages 1-F-1 to 1-F-28, complete chapter replacement) Replace – Subpart H (pages 1-H-1 to 1-H-22, complete chapter replacement)
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