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: Dokumenti v letalu
: Matjaž Zupan Sat, 27.May.17, 07:46
Pozdravljeni!

Glede na zadnje informacije bi vas rad opozoril na to, da moramo biti dosledni pri pripravi na letenje in na vso potrebno dokumentacijo v jadralnem letalu. Inšpektorji CAA izvajajo nenapovedane preglede dokumentacije pilotov pred letenjem. Pri tem so poleg dovoljenj pilota, zdravniških spričeval in dokumentacije letala pozorni tudi na to ali ima pilot v letalu veljavno VFR karto.

Kot opomnik:

Dokumentacija pilota:

- veljavno dovoljenje,
- veljavno zdravniško spričevalo,
- knjižica pilota (za dokazilo naleta, ki je pogoj za veljavnost licence),
- osebni dokument.

Dokumentacija letala:

- Spričevalo o plovnosti letala,
- Operativna knjižica letala,
- Dovoljenje za delo radijske postaje,
- Zavarovalna polica letala,
- Knjižica padala,
- VFR karta. Ni mi poznano ali velja elektronska v navigacijskih pripomočkih kot je Oudie, LX,......


: Re: Dokumenti v letalu
: Dejan Vujič Thu, 01.Jun.17, 14:16
Glede kart je sprejemljiva elektronska oblika, vendar mora izkazovati ažurno stanje. Referenca:
GM1 NCO.GEN.135 Documents, manuals and information to be carried
GENERAL
(b) The documents, manuals and information may be available in a form other than on printed paper. An electronic storage medium is acceptable if accessibility, usability and reliability can be assured.

Pri papirni ali elektronski verziji pa je aplikabilen sledeči odstavek:

AMC1 NCO.GEN.135(a)(10) Documents, manuals and information to be carried
CURRENT AND SUITABLE AERONAUTICAL CHARTS
(a) The aeronautical charts carried should contain data appropriate to the applicable air traffic regulations, rules of the air, flight altitudes, area/route and nature of the operation. Due consideration should be given to carriage of textual and graphic representations of:
(1) aeronautical data, including, as appropriate for the nature of the operation:
(i) airspace structure;
(ii) significant points, navigation aids (navaids) and air traffic services (ATS) routes;
(iii) navigation and communication frequencies;
(iv) prohibited, restricted and danger areas; and
(v) sites of other relevant activities that may hazard the flight; and
(2) topographical data, including terrain and obstacle data.
(b) A combination of different charts and textual data may be used to provide adequate and current data.
(c) The aeronautical data should be appropriate for the current aeronautical information regulation and control (AIRAC) cycle.
(d) The topographical data should be reasonably recent, having regard to the nature of the planned operation.


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