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22. Januar 2018: Von Niko K. 

Mal eine Frage zu rechtlichen Grundlagen:

Die Ausrüstungsliste ist ja Bestandteil des Flughandbuchs (POH), nur, was ist die rechtliche Grundlage dessen?

Ich habe bisher noch keine rechtliche Grundlage gefunden, die die Ausrüstungsliste konkret definiert.

Hat hier jemand eine Idee?

22. Januar 2018: Von Mark J. an Niko K.

bei CS-23 Flugzeugen wird es in der Certification Specification durch:

CS 23.1525 Kinds of operation

The kinds of operation (such as VFR, IFR, day or night) and the meteorological conditions (such as icing) to which the operation of the aeroplane is limited or from which it is prohibited, must be established appropriate to the installed equipment.

und

CS 23.1583 Operating limitations

The Aeroplane Flight Manual must contain operating limitations determined under CS-23, including the following:.........

gefordert.

In den AMC wird dies dann noch konkretisiert:

411 PARAGRAPH 23.1583 OPERATING LIMITATIONS

a. Limitations Section. The purpose of the Limitations Section is to present the limitations applicable to the aeroplane model by serial number, if applicable, as established in the course of the type certification process in determining compliance with CS 23 and the essential requirements for environmental protection as prescribed by article 6 of the EASA Regulation and/or associated implementing rules . The limitations should be presented without explanation other than those explanations prescribed in CS 23 and the essential requirements for environmental protection as prescribed by article 6 of the EASA Regulation and/or associated implementing rules. The operating limitations contained in the Limitations Section (including any noise limited weights) should be expressed in mandatory, not permissive, language, the terminology used in the AFM should be consistent with the relevant regulatory language.

b. GAMA Specification. GAMA Specification No. 1, Revision No. 1 dated September 1, 1984, section 2, provides guidance for the contents of the limitations section. Additional guidance is provided below for ‘Kinds of Operation’, ‘Fuel Limitations’, and ‘Commuter Category’.

c. Kinds of Operation Equipment List (KOEL). The KOEL is to be placed in the limitations section of the AFM since the KOEL items form part of the limitations applicable to aeroplane operation. The sample KOEL given in appendix 6 lists systems and equipment for a specific aeroplane in an acceptable format. Although the sample KOEL may contain items that are not applicable to all aeroplanes, it may be used as a guide. Although there is no specific format required for the KOEL, we recommend, in the interest of standardisation, that the KOEL be columned and each item of equipment required for a specific type of operation for which the aeroplane is approved be noted in the appropriate column. Regardless of the format used, the KOEL should provide for:

(1) The kinds of operation for which the aeroplane was type certificated (that is, day or night Visual Flight Rules (VFR), day or night Instrument Flight Rules (IFR), and icing conditions).

(2) The identity of the systems and equipment upon which type certification for each kind of operation was predicated and must be installed and operable for the particular kind of operation indicated. Systems and equipment necessary for certification include those:

(i) required under the basic airworthiness requirements,

(ii) required by the operating rules,

(iii) required by special conditions,

(iv) required to substantiate equivalent safety findings,

(v) required by airworthiness directives (AD), and

(vi) items of equipment and/or systems not specifically required under items (i) thru

(v) of this paragraph but used by the applicant in order to show compliance with the regulations. The KOEL should not:

(1) Contain those obvious components required for the aeroplane to be airworthy such as wings, empennage, engines, landing gear, brakes, etc.

(2) Contain an exceptions column. d. Fuel Limitations. The fuel limitations discussion in GAMA Specification 1 may not be applicable depending on the aeroplane certification basis.

e. Commuter Category Aeroplanes. For those performance weight limits which may vary with runway length, altitude, temperature, and other variables, the variation in weight limitation may be presented as graphs in the Performance Section of the manual and included as limitations by specific reference in the Limitations Section of the AFM.

22. Januar 2018: Von Malte Höltken an Niko K.

Die weiteren Grundlagen findest Du in Teil-NCO, LuftVO, §18ff LuftBO, 3. DV zur LuftBO, FSAV (?)

22. Januar 2018: Von Niko K. an Malte Höltken

Danke für die schnelle Antwort, aber es geht mir nicht um die "erforderliche Ausrüstung", wofür FSAV, LuftBO, LuftVO/LuftVZO usw Auskunft geben, sondern um die salopp gesagt einfache Frage:

Warum gibt es eine Ausrüstungsliste im Flughandbuch?

22. Januar 2018: Von Niko K. an Mark J.

Danke für die fixe Antwort, hat mir die Initialzündung im Gehirn gebracht!

Es geht mir bei meiner Frage nicht um KOEL gem CS23, aber die gemeinte Grundlage ist die dort genannte:

GAMA Specification No. 1, dort 6.9

Danke nochmal!


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