Airline Airlines Case Study
Part L of GCAA’s Ops Specs corresponds to FAR’s Ops Specs Part D Maintenance
Aircraft must be maintained airworthy in accordance with the GCAA approved MME or MOE.
Part E of FAA’s Ops Specs is Weight and Balance Control Procedures. This is not included in GCAA’s Ops Specs. From safety perspective, this element should be given consideration as it is necessary to know the weight of the loaded aircraft prior to take-off. Part E of GCAA’s Ops Specs include Performance Based Navigation. Following are GCAA’s added value to FAA: Part FCommunication, Navigation and Surveillance (RVSM, ETOPS, MNPS, Polar Operations) Part GAuthorized Aircraft Part HDestinations (ICAO Aerodrome Designators (Scheduled, Nonscheduled/Charter operations) Part MDestinations (ICAO Aerodrome Designators) Part POther Approval (Electronic Flight Bag, Head Up Display / Head Up Guidance System, Dangerous Goods)
Part R Personnel accepted by Authority
3.2. Airline Organization: Required Management …show more content…
Thus from safety perspective GCAA needs to make stricter regulations because 50 hours flight time is quite less for a pilot to conduct solo flights.
3.4.4. FAR 121.391 & CAR Subpart O CAR–OPS 1.990- Cabin Crew
The rules for composition of flight attendants are exactly same in both the countries-
1. Seating configuration of more than 19 seats1 cabin crew aboard the aircraft. 2. One cabin crew member required for every 50 passenger seats installed on the same deck of the