EASA Part M Airworthiness Management Consultancy

  • An Application for CAMO
  • An Application for Special Flight Permit
  • An Application for Noise Certificate
  • An Application for Maintenance Programme
  • An Application for Issue or Change of CAMO
  • An Application for National Certificate of Airworthiness
  • An Application for CAME
  • An Application for Export Certificate
  • An Application for Airworthiness Certificate
  • An Application for Airworthiness Review Certificate
  • An Application for ACAM Corrective Actions
  • An Application for Post Holder
  • An Application for Airworthiness Review Staff
  • Airworthiness Directive (AD) Analysis-Development
  • Service Bulletin Analysis
  • Life Limited / Overhaul Parts List Development
  • Maintenance Planning
  • Turkish DGCA and EASA Part M Audit Preparation
  • Assessment of Part M/ACAM Audit Reports
  • Technical Records
  • Aircraft Lease Management

In respect of any aircraft registered or brought to be registered to the Turkish Civil Aircraft Registry, or included in the scope of the Regulation on Continued Airworthiness and Maintenance Liability (SHY-M); the procedure for reviewing the airworthiness status is carried out, and the airworthiness certificate is issued if deemed appropriate.

“Regulation on Requirements for Issuance and/or Validation of the Airworthiness Certificates SHT.21.1 Revision 02”, dated 09/01/2001, has been repealed through SHT-M Regulation. In respect of any aircraft, for which an airworthiness certificate has previously been issued in line with the said Instruction, and which is included in the scope of SHY-M Regulation, as well as in respect of the operators, which operate such aircraft, and which have been authorized in accordance with SHY-6B and SHT Balloon, the airworthiness inspection is conducted in accordance with SHT-M until the end of the process for compliance specified under SHY-M Regulation, and the International Airworthiness Certificate (Form 25N) is issued.

Documents Required During Application

  • The Letter of Application stating the purpose of the request for airworthiness certificate in respect of the aircraft (initial airworthiness upon exportation, importation, and airworthiness validation), and the location where the process for reviewing will be carried out
  • Approval of the maintenance schedule, or draft maintenance schedule drawn up in the event that the maintenance schedule will be approved during application, or references of the manufacturer
  • The relevant pages of the Aircraft Flight Manual-AFM, containing the noise values, in the event that noise certificate will be issued for the aircraft
  • DGCA Form 15b issued by the concerned SYK, in the event that the reviewing process has been carried out by the authorized SYK/CAMO
  • Third Person Liability Insurance (Purpose-oriented and applicable)
  • Receipt of Service Fee

*It is inquired through the system, prior to issuance of the certificate, that whether the relevant aircraft has been recorded in the ELT, or not (If applicable to the respective aircraft). No certificate is issued to an aircraft, which has not been recorded in the ELT, even if all the other requirements have been satisfied.

Part 0 General organisation

  • 0.1 Corporate commitment by the accountable manager
  • 0.2 General information.
  • 0.3 Management personnel.
  • 0.4 Management organisation chart.
  • 0.5 Procedure to notify the competent authority of changes to the organisation’s activities / approval / location / personnel.
  • 0.6 Exposition amendment procedures.

Part 1 Continuing airworthiness management procedures

  • 1.1 Aircraft technical log utilisation and MEL application. Aircraft continuing airworthiness record system utilisation.
  • 1.2 Aircraft maintenance programmes – development amendment and approval.
  • 1.3 Time and continuing airworthiness records, responsibilities, retention, access.
  • 1.4 Accomplishment and control of airworthiness directives.
  • 1.5 Analysis of the effectiveness of the maintenance programme(s).
  • 1.6 Non mandatory modification embodiment policy.
  • 1.7 Major modification standards.
  • 1.8 Defect reports.
  • 1.9 Engineering activity.
  • 1.10 Reliability programmes.
  • 1.11 Pre-flight inspections
  • 1.12 Aircraft weighing.
  • 1.13 Check flight procedures.

Part 2 Quality system

  • 2.1 Continuing airworthiness quality policy, plan and audits procedure.
  • 2.2 Monitoring of continuing airworthiness management activities.
  • 2.3 Monitoring of the effectiveness of the maintenance programme(s).
  • 2.4 Monitoring that all maintenance is carried out by an appropriate maintenance organisation.
  • 2.5 Monitoring that all contracted maintenance is carried out in accordance with the contract, including sub-contractors used by the maintenance contractor.
  • 2.6 Quality audit personnel.

Part 3 Contracted Maintenance

  • 3.1 Maintenance contractor selection procedure.
  • 3.2 Quality audit of aircraft.

Part 4 Airworthiness review procedures

  • 4.1 Airworthiness review staff.
  • 4.2 Review of aircraft records.
  • 4.3 Physical survey.
  • 4.4 Additional procedures for recommendations to competent authorities for the import of aircraft.
  • 4.5 Recommendations to competent authorities for the issue of ARC.
  • 4.6 Issuance of ARC.
  • 4.7 Airworthiness review records, responsibilities, retention and access.

Part 4B Permit to fly procedures

  • 4B.1 Conformity with approved flight conditions;
  • 4B.2 Issue of permit to fly under the CAMO privilege;
  • 4B.3 Permit to fly authorised signatories;
  • 4B.4 Interface with the local authority for the flight;
  • 4B.5 Permit to fly records, responsibilities, retention and access.

Part 5 Appendices

  • 5.1 Sample documents.
  • 5.2 List of airworthiness review staff.
  • 5.3 List of subcontractors as per M.A.711(a)3.
  • 5.4 List of contracted approved maintenance organisations.
  • 5.5 Copy of contracts for subcontracted work (Appendix II to AMC M.A.711(a)3

In respect of establishment of any real rights on any movables or immovables, the record required to be entered to the log of the relevant movables or immovables is called as "registration", andthe act of performing such recording process is called as "to register", and the log where such records are retained is called as "registry". The real rights may be defined as the rights that grant their holders a direct control on the movables or immovables and that can be asserted to anyone.

Any aircraft is required to be registered to the registry of the civil aviation authority of the relevant country in order to enable that the same achieves a national status in the respective country. Also, any natural or legal persons are required to be registered in the registry so that such persons have real right, and that any third persons make a disposition of such right. This paragraph also outlines that why a registration is required to be created.

“Regional Aviation”, “Air Taxi” and “Balloon” operators, which are licensed in accordance with the SHY 6A, are required to apply for addition of such aircraft to the operating requirements through a petition, along with the registration procedures during the registration of aircraft to their fleets. Such operators are also required to present the receipt for payment of the service fee appropriate the scope of their own air operator's licenses, on the column "Additional Change Fee", available in the section "“Flight Operations Department – Flight Operations Directorate– Operational Specifications” under the current “Service Tariff”, as attached to the petition.

“Airline” operators/companies, which are licensed in accordance with the SHY 6A, are required to prepare an application document in accordance with the Circular Letter for Procedures and Principles of Addition of Aircraft to the Fleet, dated 13.11.2012 and numbered 2821, as well as to present such document to our Directorate General minimum 30 days prior to the dates of the registration planned. In the event that such application is deemed to be appropriate, then such operators/companies are required to apply for addition of the relevant aircraft to the operational Specifications, through a petition. Such operators are also required to present the receipt for payment of the service fee appropriate the scope of their own air operator's licenses, on the column "Additional Change Fee", available in the section "“Flight Operations Department – Flight Operations Directorate– Operational Specifications” under the current “Service Tariff”, as attached to the petition.

The operators/companies, which are licensed in accordance with the SHY 6B, are required to apply for addition of the relevant aircraft to the operational Specifications, through a petition.

Aircraft De-Registration Procedures

The operators/companies, which are licensed in accordance with the SHY 5A, are required to apply for removal of such aircraft from the operational specifications through a petition, along with the de-registration procedure during the removal of aircraft from their fleets. Such operators are also required to present the receipt for payment of the service fee appropriate the scope of their own air operator's licenses, on the column "Additional Change Fee", available in the section "“Flight Operations Department – Flight Operations Directorate– Operational Specifications” under the current “Service Tariff”, as attached to the petition.

The operators/companies, which are licensed in accordance with the SHY 6B, are required to apply for removal of the relevant aircraft from the operational specifications, through a petition.

Aircraft operators/owners, intended to import an aircraft from any country to Turkey, in accordance with the requirements of the SHT-M Instruction; and any persons, operators/companies or entities, intending to import any unmanned aerial vehicle, in accordance with the requirements of the SHT-IHA Instruction; and any persons/entities, intending to import civil aircraft parts specific for being used for the civil aircraft, shall make an application to obtain the permission for importation of any aircraft part, in order to be submitted to the concerned Customs Office

Granting the Letter of Technical Conformity for Importation of Aircraft

Aircraft operators/owners, intending to import an aircraft from any country to Turkey, shall make an application for technical conformity regarding importation, in order to be submitted to the concerned Customs Office, in compliance with the requirements of the SHT-M Instruction Table-58 M.A.904 (a) (4).

Documents Required During Application

  • The Letter of Application, which contains the details for the manufacturer, type and serial number of the respective aircraft, and which specifies the concerned Customs Office to which the letter will be submitted
  • "Airworthiness Document/Certificate for Exportation", for which type certificate and technical data sheets approved by the EASA, FAA, TCAA or ANAC have been issued, or any equivalent document, or certificate of conformity issued by the manufacturer of the respective aircraft in case of any new aircraft (EASA Form 52, etc.)
  • The relevant pages of the Aircraft Flight Manual-AFM, containing the noise values, in the event that noise certificate will be issued for the aircraft
  • A report containing sub-information and details of all required maintenance activities based on the SHY-M Regulation (bridging check) in accordance with the maintenance program approved or submitted for approval
  • Receipt of Service Fee

Granting the Letter of Technical Conformity for Importation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

Any persons, operators/companies or entities, intending to import an unmanned aerial vehicle from any country to Turkey, shall make an application for technical conformity regarding importation, in order to be submitted to the concerned Customs Office, in compliance with the requirements of Article 5 (2) of the SHT-IHA Instruction.

Model Aircraft (unmanned aerial vehicles, which can be used outdoors, and maximum take-off mass/weight of which is not more than 20 kilograms, and which have no autonomous flight capability, and which are flown within the field of vision of the user, and which are used only for sports and entertainment purposes); and any flyable toys or vehicles, which have been manufactured in order to be used at indoors; as well as UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), maximum take-off mass/weight (MTOM/MTOW) of which is less than 4 kg, and maximum speed of which is less than 50 km per hour, and maximum altitude of which is not more than 100 meters to the ground, are excluded from the scope of this instruction.

Documents Required During Application

  • The Letter of Application, which contains the details for the manufacturer, type and serial number of the respective aircraft, and the customs tariff statistical position (CTSP) numbers, and which specifies the concerned Customs Office to which the letter will be submitted
  • Any type certificate, certificate of conformity or any equivalent document thereof, which have been granted by the Directorate General or by the authority of the concerned country, deemed appropriate by the Directorate General (In case that it is not possible to obtain such document from the concerned authority, then a letter of conformity, which will be granted by the manufacturer, and which specifies the national and/or international standards in compliance with which the aircraft has been manufactured, provided that it is provided on the letterhead of the company and signed by the company official, may be accepted by the Directorate General)
  • A written declaration, which contains the serial number assigned by the manufacturer for the aircraft intended to be imported, and which has been issued by the manufacturer (it may be stated within the certificate of conformity above)
  • Product catalog containing the technical specifications of UAV
  • The original copy of the invoice, or the approved copy thereof
  • Identity details (Identity Card or photocopy of the passport) required for Security Investigation, which will be carried out at the concerned safety division by the Directorate General by stating that the operation will be performed by UAV, in respect of any persons importing the UAV and/or end users of the UAV
  • A written declaration, which will be issued by the end user in respect of the fact that the maintenance activities of the UAV will be carried out in accordance with the manuals issued by the manufacturer thereof
  • Receipt of Service Fee

Contact

  • Address: Sefaköy Halkalı Caddesi 1. Özbey Sokak No:3 Küçükçekmece-İSTANBUL

  • Pbx: +90 212 541 9466
  • Email: mail@sinerjiaviation.com

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