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Aircraft Airworthiness and Challenges in Ensuring Commonality of Regulations within ASEAN

19-21st December 2018 |  9.00 am – 5.00 pm

Bilik Kuliah Utama Lestari, UKM

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Aircraft must be airworthy to legally fly for operation. Aircraft airworthiness is defined as the aircraft in accordance with its approved design and in condition for safe operation. This definition is not understood by general public and it becomes serious topic of discussion once the aircraft involved in incident and accident. Some of the industry players, who are not directly involved in aircraft operation may not also aware of the aircraft airworthiness. The aircraft airworthiness is divided into two stages; initial airworthiness and continuing airworthiness. The initial airworthiness requires aircraft to be designed in accordance with the airworthiness requirement by an approved design organization. Once the aircraft has been certified, then the aircraft must be manufactured by an approved production organization. After the completion of manufacturing and production of aircraft, the aircraft will be inspected for the issuance of airworthiness approval. In order to be continually airworthy, the aircraft must be maintained by an approved maintenance organization. The maintenance activities must be in accordance with approved maintained program, which is approved by continuing airworthiness management organization. Competency of the personnel working on aircraft is another factor to ensure the aircraft is airworthy. Therefore, the competency is acquired through approved maintenance training organization, which conducting approved training syllabus. Once the aircraft involved in an incident or accident, an independent investigation agency must conduct thorough investigation to determine the root cause of the incident and accident. The investigation must develop the recommendations to ensure the root causes are eliminated and the risks are minimized. The whole ecosystem in ensuring the aircraft is airworthy are monitored by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). After going the process on ensuring aircraft airworthiness, how do we address inter countries airworthiness activities. In ASEAN, there are 10 countries with individual policies and process of continuing airworthiness. To operate the aviation business efficiently, can we establish commonality inter ASEAN? This seminar will address the aircraft airworthiness perspective and challenges to have common policies and process within ASEAN.

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