1.Aeronautical Institute of Bangladesh (AIB)
House # 21, Road # 01, Sector # 13,
Uttara Model Town , Dhaka-1230, Bangladesh.
Phone: +88 02 48950653
Hotline: +88 01940100100
Cell number: +88 01827557778,
+88 01742395177, +88 01613604089
These courses are not approved by Easa
2.Institute of science trade and technology ISTT
Address: CRP Bhaban, Plot: A/5, Block: A, Mirpur-14, Dhaka.
Contact for Academic or Administrative Affairs:
Phone: +88-02-8053479, +88-02-9014199
Contact for Admission: Phone: +88-02-9014199
+88-01775-02 31 77
Address: Plot No: 1/9, Road No: 2, Block: D,
Section: 15, Mirpur, Dhaka.
Contact for Academic or Administrative Affairs:
Contact for Admission:
+88-01782-37 76 35
+88-01847-18 22 15
Air navigation order Divided into sections and containing a number of Articles dealing with all aspects of UK civil aviation law.
Part 3 of the ANO is the most important to aircraft engineers, but you will also need to look at part 2 and a bit of part 5. There are some schedules at the end of the ANO which you need to look at as well.
Looking through the publication you will see Articles dealing with:
* Registration of aircraft.
* The need for, and the processes relating to, the issue and renewal of Certificates of Airworthiness.
* Maintenance and certification.
* Equipment standards.
* Tech logs.
* Operations manuals.
* The issue of licenses to maintenance engineers.
* Exit and break-in markings.
* Interpretations – what words and phrases mean.
In many instances the issue of a certificate, licence and approval depends upon the CAA being satisfied that its standards, or those of the JAA, which it accepts, are met.
The minimum standards required before the issue of certificates, licences, approvals etc, are laid down by the CAA in a publication called British Civil Airworthiness Requirements (BCARs), and JARs.
There are Articles concerned with drunkenness, smoking, and endangering the safety of the aircraft and/or its occupants (currently very topical).
Article 14 – Equipment – should be read with Schedule 4.
You will need to know about scales of equipment carried on aircraft such as:
* Spare fuses.
* Load hailers.
* Dinghies and life jackets.
* Escape slides.
* Oxygen supply equipment.
This list is not exhaustive but gives you some idea of some of the scales you should know about.
The first part of Schedule 4 lists description and uses of aircraft and states the appropriate scales, whilst the second part lists the actual scales.
The acceptance of JAR OPS for Air Operators Certificate holders who operate
“Commercial Air Transport” aircraft, has effectively separated these “CAT” aircraft from “Aerial Work” and “Private” aircraft, which still operate under the ANO and BCARs. See JARs, AOCs and CMRs. Equipment standards also differ.
The operators are required to carry modifications/inspections on the aircraft/accessories in the interest of safety and as a condition of Certificate of Airworthiness of the aircraft remaining in force. NAA declares mandatory modifications only for the aircraft which are operating in the state of the above mentioned NAA on the basis of Airworthiness Directives issued by the regulatory authorities of countries of manufacture i..e FAA (USA), DGAC (France) and CAA (UK) etc, on the components or items of equipment.
It is the responsibility of the operators importing the aircraft into the country to ensure that all the relevant Airworthiness Directives/ modifications/inspections issued by the regulatory authority of the country of manufacture are complied with before issuance of Certificate of Airworthiness. Any modifications and inspections for which the date of compliance is due after the issue of Certificate of Airworthiness shall be monitored closely and if required logbook entries made to that effect. The operators should ensure that modifications which are pending at the time of Certificate of Airworthiness are complied within specified time as stated in airworthiness directive. The operators are required to submit the compliance status of all Airworthiness Directives/modifications issued by the concerned regulatory authorities to the Regional Airworthiness Office at the time of issuance of Certificate of Airworthiness. Any false statement in regard to the compliance status of mandatory modifications/inspections will be viewed seriously and such actions will attract provision of Aircraft Rules for imposing penalties against the firm/ QCM/ Engineers, as the case may be.
Certificate of Airworthiness will not be renewed if it is observed that any mandatory modifications/inspections due on the aircraft, aircraft components or items of equipment installed on the aircraft have not been complied with.
What would happen if mandatory modification has not been carried out on an Aircraft?
If the mandatory modification has not been carried out within the prescribed time frame the C of A will become invalid.
The CMR Carnot be issued as per AN 12 paragraph 3. which states “All modification and inspections deemed mandatory by NAA must been carried within the prescribed time frame.
Any extension to the limiting period must be authorized by NAA.
What is C of A ( certificate of Airworthiness)? and how do you maintain it?
C of A is a legal document issued by the Airworthiness authority of the country where the Aircraft is resgistered in on the basis that the specific aircraft conform to the requirement of the authority.
Flight manual is a part of C of A.
Aircraft or any of its equipment that is necassary to keep the aircraft Airworthy must be maintained in a manner approved by the competent authority.
Any part if the aircraft or its equipment removed must be replaced with the type Approved by the competent Authority.
All inspections and modifucations deemed by the competent authority must be carried out within the prescribed time period.
Scheduled maintenance and inspection required by the competent Authority schedule maintenance schedule must be carried out in a manner approved by the authority.
Aircraft must be maintained in accordance with a Competent authority approved schedule.
All CRS, CMR, and CRS-SMI must be in force and valid.
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Vienna – Airport
+43 5 1766 68393
+43 676 854 68393
Offers type training courses. EASA Approved.
As for the information online only Antigua State College (ASC) offers basic aircraft Maintenance engineering course which is approved by eastern caribbean Civil Engineering Authority. Students After completing a three years program will be eligible to obtain a License without type rating.
Antigua State College (ASC)