Official Series 9 (ORS9)

CAA Notifications

 

ORS9 – CAA Decision No 5: CAA Decision to delay implementation of various AMC and GM to UK (EU) Reg No 1178/2011 Part FCL and Part ORA pursuant to Article 76(3) of UK (EU) Reg No 2018/1139
This Decision gives the ability for students to complete their examinations to the question bank they have been instructed in.
Dated: March 2021


ORS9 – CAA Decision No 4: Decision enabling acceptance of an Alternative Method of Compliance to Airworthiness Directives approved by the FAA of the United States of America (USA), for UK registered aircraft
To ensure continuity of existing arrangements made under the Agreement between the USA and the EU on cooperation in the regulation of civil aviation safety after Exit day, any FAA approved Alternative Method of Compliance (AMOC) to Airworthiness Directives (AD), for products where the US is the State of Design (SoD) will be automatically considered to be CAA-approved, subject to conditions specified in this Decision. This Decision replaces CAA Decision No2 and extends its applicability to include all AMOC to an AD issued by the FAA where the US is the State of Design.
Dated: January 2021


ORS9 – CAA Decision No 3: Decision enabling an approved maintenance organisation located outside the UK to perform the release to service of an aircraft registered in the UK, after Exit day
Dated: December 2020


ORS9 – CAA Decision No 2: Decision enabling acceptance of an Alternative Method of Compliance to Airworthiness Directives approved by the FAA of the United States of America (USA), for UK registered aircraft
To ensure continuity of existing arrangements made under the Agreement between the USA and the EU on cooperation in the regulation of civil aviation safety after Exit day, any FAA approved Alternative Method of Compliance (AMOC) to Airworthiness Directives (AD), of general applicability for products where the US is the State of Design (SoD) will be automatically considered to be CAA-approved, subject to conditions specified in this Decision.
Dated: December 2020


ORS9 – CAA Decision No 1: Decision enabling EASA Acceptable Means of Compliance, Guidance Material and Certification Specifications adopted by EASA to continue to be valid in the United Kingdom from Exit Day onwards unless and until amended or withdrawn by the CAA
The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 (Act) brings European Union (EU) legislation into UK domestic law. However, EASA (as opposed to EU) decisions in the form of Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC), Guidance Material (GM) and Certification Specifications (CS) are not within the scope of the Act. The CAA Decision 1 enables EASA rulemaking decisions in relation to AMC, GM and CS continue to be valid in the UK after Exit day.
Dated: December 2020