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Part NCC Applicability and Requirements

The rules pertain to non-commercial complex (NCC) aircraft and will affect Operators of EASA registered aircraft or foreign registered aircraft with their principle place of business in the EU or EASA member state.

The following operators are affected by EASA Air Operations Part-ORO, Part-NCC, and Part-SPA regulation and shall be compliant with the requirements on 25. August 2016:

  • Non-commercial operators of complex motor-powered aircraft registered in an EASA State and having the principal place of business in an EASA State.

  • Non-commercial operators of complex motor-powered aircraft registered in a non-EASA State but having their principal place of business (i.e. operator is established or residing) in an EASA State.

  • Non-commercial operators of complex motor-powered aircraft registered in an EASA State and having the aircraft based outside the EU. (In such a case the operator shall approach the state of registry to obtain assistance on how to achieve compliance).

Note: The principal place of business is typically the place where the operations department is located, such as the operational control office or it may be the residence of the operator. Normally this is also the home base of the aircraft concerned.

 

Aircraft

Certified MTOW exceeding 5700 kg; or

Certified for maximum passenger seating configuration of more than 19; or

Certificated for operation with a minimum crew of two pilots; or

Equipped with a turbojet engine; or

Equipped with more than one turboprop engine and exceeding 5700 kg.

 

Helicopters

Certified MTOW exceeding 3175 kg; or

Certified for maximum passenger seating configuration of more than nine; or

Certified for operation with a minimum crew of two pilots.

 

Requirements (that Qjet can help you with)
  1. Operations Manual according to AMC2 or AMC3 of ORO.MLR.100

  2. Safety Management System according to complex or non-complex operator ORO.GEN.200

  3. Declaration to Authority

  4. *Continuing Airworthiness Maintenance Organisation (CAMO)

*NOTE: already a requirement of Part M

 

Deadline

Regulation comes into force on 25 August 2016.

 

Complex Operator or Organization

FOCA (CAA Switzerland) has stated that an operator (in Switzerland), should be considered as a complex organization when:

  1. It has a workforce of more than 20 involved in the activity subject to Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 and its Implementing Rules and,

  2. Based on assessment of the complexity, the extent and scope of contracted activities subject to the approval and,

  3. Based on assessment of the risk criteria and operations requiring the following specific approvals;

    • low visibility operation (LVO),
    • dangerous goods (DG);
  4. And when different types of aircraft are used.