ICAO –ACIP WORK SHOP GROUP 5 1. FRED AMARA, 2. Capt. Mutungi, 3. JAMAL ALI, 4. DONALD MOLOI 5. FRANCIS DZIWE 6. SAMI ELAMIN 7. HITLER ADIKINY.

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ICAO –ACIP WORK SHOP
GROUP 5
1.
FRED AMARA,
2.
Capt. Mutungi,
3.
JAMAL ALI,
4.
DONALD MOLOI
5.
FRANCIS DZIWE
6.
SAMI ELAMIN
7.
HITLER ADIKINY
AFILAND CIVIL AVIATION ACT 2009
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Contents:Act to set up system for --------(Citation include Chicago
Convention and international laws)
Title and Commencement.
Applicability.
Interpretation.
Establishment of Afiland Civil Aviation Authority.
Objectives and functions of the Authority.
Power of the Authority to make rules orders and
regulations.
AFILAND CIVIL AVIATION ACT 2009
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Staff of the Authority.
Surveillance and inspection.
Authorization of service.
Regulations and operating procedures.
Safety Resolutions.
Licensing and certification and permissions.
Security.
Establish an independent AAIB (for aircraft accident and
incidents) Report to Minister responsible for CAA.
Organization
DGCA
(1)
D-TRS
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A-T
(5)
D-ANS
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A-L-L
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ANS
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D-HFR
(10)
D-ISP
(20)
AD
(15)
ANS
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PEL
(23)
OPS
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AIR
(23)
AGA
(13)
Duties and Qualifications
A-T
Duties:
 Licensing of Operators,
 Bilateral Agreements,
 Consumer Protection,
 Issue overflight Permits.
Qualifications Required
 Degree in Aviation Law or
 Degree in Business
 Proved qualification in Statistics.
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Duties and Qualifications
A-L-L
Duties:
 Propose Amendments to regulations,
 Amend Regulations,
 Review Regulations,
 Incorporate SARPS into national regulations.
Qualifications Required
 Degree in Aviation Law
 Have a 5 year minimum working experience in Aviation.
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Duties and Qualifications
ANS
Duties:
 Oversight ANSP including Equipment, Procedures and
Personnel,
 Certify ANSP,
 Provide necessary Surveillance,
Qualifications Required
 Degree in Engineering
 Have a 5 year minimum working experience in Aviation
(MET, ATS, AIS).
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Duties and Qualifications
AD
Duties:
 Certify and License Aerodromes,
 Provide necessary Surveillance,
Qualifications Required
 Degree in Engineering (civil and electrical)
 Have a 5 year minimum working experience in Aviation
(MET, ATS, AIS).
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Duties and Qualifications
D-ISP
Duties:
 Certify Operators,
 Provide necessary Surveillance,
Qualifications Required
 Maintenance Engineers License,
 CPL
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Duties and Qualifications
D-HFR
Duties:
 Manpower Procurement,
 Training,
 Financial Management
Qualifications Required
 Degree in Social Sciences,
 Masters in Manpower Development,
 Degree in Business Administration,
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Part 1 - Personnel Licensing
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Definitions and General rules
 1.1 Definitions
 1.2 General rules concerning licenses
 2. Licenses and ratings for pilots
 2.1 Private Pilot license
 2.2 Commercial Pilot license
 2.3 Airline Transport Pilot license
Part 1 - Personnel Licensing
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2.4 Instrument flying license
2.5 Flight instructor rating appropriate to airplanes and
helicopters
2.6 Multi-crew pilot license appropriate to the airplane
category
3. Licenses and Ratings for personnel other than flight
crew members
3.1 General rules concerning licenses and ratings for
personnel other than flight crew members
3.2 Aircraft maintenance (technician/engineer/mechanic)
Part 1 - Personnel Licensing
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3.3
3.4
3.5
4.
5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
Air traffic controllers
Air traffic controller ratings
Flight operations officer/flight dispatcher officer
Specification for personnel licenses
Medical provisions for licenses
Medical assessment – general
Requirements for medical assessments
Class one medical assessments
Part 1 - Personnel Licensing
5.4 Class two medical assessments
 5.5 Class three medical assessments
 6. Requirements for proficiency in languages
used for radiotelephony communications
 7. Approved Training Organizations
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Part 1 - Personnel Licensing
Medical
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 EMAMINORS
 EXAMINATIONS
 CURRENCY
( NNNX 1+6)
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Part 2- Operation of Aircraft
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Definitions
Applicability
General
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Compliance with laws, regulations and procedures
Compliance by a foreign operator with the laws
Flight operations
Airplane performance operating limitations
Airplane instruments, equipment and flight documents
Airplane communications and navigation equipment
Part2 - Operation of Aircraft
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Airplane maintenance
Airplane flight crew
Flight operation officer/flight dispatcher officer
Manuals, logs and records
Cabin crew
Security
Single engine aircraft operations
Operations in RVSM airspace
Part 2 - Operation of Aircraft
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ETOPS operations
AOC certification requirements
Safety oversight of an air operator
Flight time and flight duty time limitations
Flight records
Safety equipment
Aircraft evacuation procedures and demonstration
First aid equipment
Emergency procedure training for crew
Oxygen supply
Part2 - Operation of Aircraft
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CERTIFICATION
SURRVELLANCE
AUDIT
(REF<ANNX 6 PART 1-2-3-
PART 3 -REG of Aircraft
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GENERAL.
EXEMPTIONS FROM GENERAL RULES
CERTAIN AIRCRAFT TO BEAR WORD
4 AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION IDENTIFICATION PLATES
5 MARKS ON FOREIGN REGISTERED AIRCRAFT
OPERATING IN
SECTION 2 Registration of aircraft and related matters
GENERAL
THE AFILAND CIVIL AIRCRAFT REGISTER
REGISTRATION OF AIRCRAFT
PART 3 - REG - of Aircraft
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REGISTERED OPERATOR
TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OF AIRCRAFT
ADMINISTRATION OF AFILAND CIVIL AIRCRAFT
REGISTER
RESERVATION, ASSIGNMENT AND CHANGE OF
REGISTRATION MARKS
DEALER’S MARKS
PART 4 - Airworthiness of Aircraft
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SUB PART 1:GENERAL RULES AND DEFINITIONS
PROCEDURES FOR CERTIFICATION AND
CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS
TYPE CERTIFICATION
PRODUCTION
CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS
CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS OF AIRCRAFT
PART 4 - Airworthiness of Aircraft
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SUB PART 2:PROCEDURES FOR CERTIFICATION AND
CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS
TYPE CERTIFICATION
PRODUCTION
CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS
CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS OF AIRCRAFT
Airworthiness Flight Tests
Part 5 - Aerodromes
PART I - PRELIMINARY
1.
Citation
2.
Interpretation
3.
Use of common reference systems
4.
Categories of aerodromes.
PART II - CONSTRUCTION OF AERODROMES
5.
Application of Part
6.
Requirements for an application for an aerodrome
construction permit
7.
Issuance of aerodrome construction permit.
8.
Design and construction of aerodrome
9.
Requirement for aerodrome design
10.
Aerodrome reference code
Part 5 - Aerodromes
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PART III - LICENSING OF AERODROMES
11. Application of Part
12. Application for licence
13. Conditions for issuance of licence
14. Breach of conditions of licence
15. Issuance of licence
16. Aerodrome licence
17. Validity of licence
18. Renewal of licence
19. Amendment of licence
20. Suspension and cancellation of licence
21. Charges at licensed aerodrome
22. Licences register
23. Operator to notify and furnish information
Part 5 - Aerodromes
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PART IV - AERODROME CERTIFICATION
24. Application of Part
25. Application for certificate
26. Conditions for issuance of certificate
27. Breach of conditions of certificate
28. Issuance of certificate
29. Certification of aerodromes used for international operations
30. Validity of certificate
31. Amendment of certificate
32. Suspension and cancellation of certificate
33. Surrender of certificate
34. Charges at certificated aerodrome
Part 5 - Aerodromes
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PART V - OBLIGATIONS OF AERODROME OPERATOR
35. Application of Part
36. Compliance with conditions
37. Competence of operational and maintenance personnel
38. Aerodrome operations and maintenance
39. Safety management system
40. Storage of inflammable and other dangerous goods
41. Safety measures against fire
42. Access to and operations within restricted areas
43. Entry into or exit from restricted areas of aerodrome
44. Test-running of aircraft engine
45. Certain acts prohibited on aerodrome
46. Removal of obstructions from aerodrome surface
47. Maintenance of environment management programme
48. Protection of navigation aids
49. Responsibilities of operator
50. Staff of Authority to access an aerodrome
51. Notifying and reporting
52. Special inspections
53. Warning notices
Part 5 - Aerodromes
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PART VI - AERODROME MANUAL
54. Application of Part
55. Requirements for aerodrome manual
56. Information to be included in aerodrome manual
57. Amendment of aerodrome manual
PART VII – WILDLIFE HAZARD MANAGEMENT
58. Application of Part
59. Animals not allowed in restricted areas of
aerodrome
60.
Wildlife hazard management
61. Bird hazard reduction at aerodrome
Part 5 - Aerodromes
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PART VIII - OBSTACLE RESTRICTIONS AND REMOVAL
62. Application of Part
63. Requirements for obstacle limitation
64. Establishment of obstacle limitation surfaces
65.
Authorisation to construct within the vicinity of an
aerodrome
66. Removal of obstacle
67. Marking and lighting of obstacle
PART IX - AERONAUTICAL GROUND LIGHTING
68. Application of Part
69. Establishment and maintenance of aeronautical ground
lights
70. Secondary power supply
71. Aeronautical beacons
Part 5 - Aerodromes
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PART X - AERODROME VISUAL AIDS
72. Application of Part
73. Wind direction indicators
74. Signalling lamp
75. Signal panel and signalling area
76. Markings
77. VOR aerodrome checkpoint marking
78. Aircraft stand markings
79. Apron safety lines
80. Road-holding positions
81. Mandatory instruction markings and signs
82. Information marking
83. Visual aids for denoting obstacles
84. Obstacles to be marked or lighted
85. Visual aids for denoting restricted areas
Part 5 - Aerodromes
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PART XI - AERODROME OPERATIONAL SERVICES, EQUIPMENT, INSTALLATIONS AND
FACILITIES
86.
Application of Part
87.
Immigration, customs and excise aerodromes
88.
Supply of aviation fuel to aircraft
89.
Aerodrome emergency planning
90.
Emergency planning committee
91.
Aerodrome emergency exercise
92.
Emergency operation centre and command post
93.
Emergencies in difficult environment
94.
Aerodrome rescue and fire fighting services
95.
Removal of disabled aircraft
96.
Apron management service
97.
Ground servicing of aircraft
98.
Aerodrome vehicle operation
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Location, construction and installation of equipment on operational areas
100. Fencing of aerodromes and installations
101. Maintenance of safety inspection programme
102. Maintenance of fire prevention programme
103. Access of ground vehicles to aerodrome movement area
Part 5 - Aerodromes
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PART XII - AERODROME MAINTENANCE
104. Application of Part
105. Maintenance programme
106. Maintenance of pavements
107. Preventive maintenance of visual aids
108. Construction or maintenance activity during low visibility
operations
109. Works on aerodrome
PART XIII - ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
110. Application of Part
111. Electrical power supply systems for air navigation facilities
Part 5 - Aerodromes
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PART XIV - AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION TO BE
REPORTED TO AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SERVICES
112. Application of Part
113. Information to be availed to users of aerodromes
114. Action required for occurrences of operational significance
other than those involving electronic aids and communication
facilities
115. Action required for occurrences that affect electronic aids
and communication facilities
116. Aeronautical data reporting
PART XV - EXEMPTIONS
117. Application of Part
118. Application for exemption
119. Initial review by the Authority
120. Evaluation of application for exemption
Part 5 - Aerodromes
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PART XVI – MISCELLANEOUS
121. Application of Part
122. Change of name
123. Change of address
124. Use and retention of licences, certificates and records
125. Replacement of documents
126. Aeronautical user charges
127. Conditions for operating an aerodrome
128. Standards for physical characteristics
129. Dangerous light
130. Lighting of en-route obstacles
131. Land use in the vicinity of an aerodrome
132. Aeronautical studies
133. Deviations from standards
134. Safety inspections and audits
135. Obligation to insure an aerodrome
136. General penalty
137. Repeals, savings and transition
Part 5 - Aerodromes
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CERTIFICATION & LICECSES
INPECTION
AUDITS
SURVELLANCE
TRAINNING
APPROVAELS
REF( ANNX 14( 1+2)
PART 6-ANS
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PART 1 Terminology and definitions
PART 2 CERTIFICATION OF AIR NAVIGATION SERVICE PROVIDER
1. Requirement for the provision of Air navigation services
2. Application for certificate
3. Issuance of certificate
4. Contents of the certificate
5. Validity of a certificate
9. Renewal of certificate
10. Surrender of certificate
11. Amendment of certificate
12. Display of certificate
13. Transfer of certificate
14. Suspension, variation and revocation of certificate
15. Register of holder of certificate
PART 6-ANS
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PART 3 MANUAL OF AIR NAVIGATION SERVICES
OPERATIONS
16. Requirements for the manual of air navigation service
operations
17. Contents of the manual of air navigation service
operations
18. Amendment of the manual of air navigation service
operations
PART 4 -AIR NAVIGATION SERVICES
Air navigation facilities, records, documents etc
19. Air navigation facilities, standard systems and charts
20. Approval of air navigation service facilities
21. Safety inspection and audits on facilities
22. Production of documents
23. Air navigation service contingency plan
PART 6-ANS
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Air Traffic Services
25. Designation of airspace
26. Provision of Air Traffic Services by holder of certificate
27. Co-ordination in Air Traffic Services
28. Responsibility for control
29. Communication requirements
30. Air traffic incidents
31. Aircraft in distress
32. Automatic recording of air traffic services data and
communications
33. Safety management system
Communication, Navigation and Surveillance
34. Installation, operation and maintenance of communication,
navigation and surveillance systems
35. Facility approval and flight inspection
PART 6-ANS
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Aeronautical Information Services and Aeronautical
Charts
36. Provision of aeronautical information services
37. Aeronautical charts
38. Telecommunication requirements
39. Quality system
Aeronautical Search and Rescue Services
40. Provision of Search and Rescue Service
Meteorological Services
41. Provision of Meteorological service for Air
Navigation
PART 6-ANS
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Construction of visual and instrument flight procedure
42. Construction of flight procedures
43. Approval as a procedures designer
44. Responsibilities of holder of certificate
49. Replacement and changes on the certificate
50. Change of address.
51. Replacement of documents.
53. Reports of violation.
54. Failure to comply
55. Aeronautical user fees
PART 5-OFFENCES AND PENALTIES
56. Contravention of Regulations
PART 6-ANS
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CERTIFICATION
INSPECTION - SURVELLANCE
AUDIT
CASSIFICATION & APPROVELS
TRAINNING
CALIBRATION
REF ANNX 2-3-4-5-10-11-15
PART 7-AVSEC
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PREVENTIVE SECURITY MEASURES
Objective
Measures relating to aircraft
Measures relating to passengers and their cabin baggage
Measures relating to hold baggage
Measures relating to cargo, mail and other goods
Measures relating to special categories of passengers .
Measures relating to access control . . . .
. MANAGEMENT OF RESPONSE TO ACTS OF UNLAWFUL
INTERFERENCE
Prevention
Response
Exchange of information and reporting
PART 7-AVSEC
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DEFINITIONS
GENERAL PRINCIPLES
Objectives .
Security and facilitation
International cooperation
Equipment, research and development.
ORGANIZATION
National organization and appropriate authority
Airport operations
Aircraft operators
Quality control
PART -7-AVSEC
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INTERFERENCE
Prevention
Response
Exchange of information and reporting
PART -8-SSP
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State safety policy and objectives
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
State safety legislative framework
State safety responsibilities and accountabilities
Accident and incident investigation
Enforcement policy
State safety risk management
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2.1
2.2
Safety requirements for service providers SMS
Agreement on service providers safety performance
PART -8-SSP
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State safety assurance
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3.1
Safety oversight
3.2
Safety data collection, analysis and exchange
3.3
Safety data driven targeting of oversight on areas of
greater concern or need
State safety promotion
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4.1
Internal training, communication and dissemination
of safety information
4.2
External training, communication and dissemination
of safety information
Policy for safety resolution;
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Primary Legislation,
Regulations,
Guidance Material,
Communicate findings of inspection,
Mitigation and timelines,
In case of violation action to be taken to be
communicated to the operator.

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