Civil Aviation (Offences) Regulations 2006

Reprint as at 15 April 2016

Coat of Arms of New Zealand

Civil Aviation (Offences) Regulations 2006

(SR 2006/168)

Dame Sian Elias, Administrator of the Government

Order in Council

At Wellington this 26th day of June 2006

Present:
Her Excellency the Administrator of the Government in Council

Note

Changes authorised by subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Legislation Act 2012 have been made in this official reprint.

Note 4 at the end of this reprint provides a list of the amendments incorporated.

These regulations are administered by the Ministry of Transport.

Pursuant to section 100 of the Civil Aviation Act 1990, Her Excellency the Administrator of the Government, acting on the advice and with the consent of the Executive Council, makes the following regulations.

Regulations

1 Title

These regulations are the Civil Aviation (Offences) Regulations 2006.

2 Commencement

These regulations come into force on 1 August 2006.

3 Interpretation

(1)

In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires,—

Civil Aviation Rules or rules means the ordinary rules made under Part 3 of the Act

provision means a provision of the Civil Aviation Rules.

(2)

Every reference in these regulations to any provision includes every provision for the time being in force amending or made in substitution for that provision.

(3)

The brief descriptions given in the second column of Schedule 1 are intended to be only an indication of the content of the provisions they describe, and are not intended to be used in the interpretation of the provisions.

(4)

Abbreviations used in the second column of Schedule 1 have the meanings given to those abbreviations in the rules.

4 Offences and penalties

(1)

A breach of a provision specified in the first column of Schedule 1 is an offence against the Act.

(2)

A person who commits an offence referred to in subclause (1) is liable on conviction,—

(a)

in the case of an individual, to a fine not exceeding the amount specified in relation to that offence in the third column of Schedule 1:

(b)

in the case of a body corporate, to a fine not exceeding the amount specified in relation to that offence in the fourth column of Schedule 1.

Regulation 4 heading: amended, on 1 July 2013, by section 413 of the Criminal Procedure Act 2011 (2011 No 81).

Regulation 4(2): amended, on 1 July 2013, by section 413 of the Criminal Procedure Act 2011 (2011 No 81).

5 Infringement offences

(1)

A breach of a provision specified in the first column of Schedule 1 for which an infringement fee is specified in Schedule 1 is an infringement offence against the Act.

(2)

The infringement fee for an offence referred to in subclause (1) is,—

(a)

in the case of an individual, the infringement fee specified in relation to that offence in the fifth column of Schedule 1:

(b)

in the case of a body corporate, the infringement fee specified in relation to that offence in the sixth column of Schedule 1.

6 Infringement notices

Every infringement notice under—

(a)

section 58 of the Act must be in the form set out in Schedule 2; and

(b)

section 65P of the Act must be in the form set out in Schedule 3.

7 Form of pilot-in-command request and undertaking

(1)

Every request by a pilot-in-command for an infringement notice to be issued to, or for proceedings to be commenced against, an unruly passenger under section 65D(1)(a)(i) of the Act must be in the form set out in Schedule 4.

(2)

Every undertaking by a pilot-in-command under section 65D(1)(a)(ii) of the Act must be in the form set out in Schedule 4.

8 Revocation

The Civil Aviation (Offences) Regulations 1997 (SR 1997/56) are revoked.

Schedule 1 Offence provisions and penalties

rr 4, 5

Fines and fees ($)
ConvictionInfringement fee
ProvisionBrief descriptionIndividualBody corporateIndividualBody corporate
Part 12Accidents, incidents, and statistics
Rule 12.53Pilot-in-command or operator involved in accident must provide occurrence details within prescribed time.4,00025,0001,000
Rule 12.57(a)(1)Prescribed certificate holder involved in incident must provide occurrence details within prescribed time.25,00012,000
Rule 12.57(a)(2)Person involved in incident must provide occurrence details within prescribed time.4,0001,000
Rule 12.57(a)(3)Pilot-in-command involved in airspace or bird incident must provide occurrence details within prescribed time.4,0001,000
Rule 12.59Prescribed certificate holder who submits occurrence details to Authority must investigate incident and submit report to Authority within prescribed time.25,00012,000
Rule 12.101No person may interfere with aircraft involved in accident.4,00025,000
Rule 12.103(a)Holder of certificate of registration of aircraft involved in serious incident or accident must preserve records.4,00025,000
Rule 12.103(b)Holder of other certificates must preserve records.4,00025,000
Rule 12.105Holder of prescribed certificate must retain specified defective product or component for prescribed time.4,00025,0001,00012,000
Rule 12.151Person operating an aircraft must submit specified operating and statistical data and information as prescribed.6253,7502501,500
Part 19Transition rules
Rule 19.5(c)No person may fly New Zealand Civil Air Ensign except as provided.6253,7502501,500
Rule 19.7No crew member may be intoxicated or impaired by drugs.5,000
Rule 19.15(a)No foreign registered aircraft may be operated for hire or reward (other than on air transport operation) except with approval of Director.5,00030,000
Rule 19.15(b)Holder of approval to operate foreign registered aircraft must comply with conditions or limitations imposed.4,00025,000
Rule 19.103Holder of agricultural aircraft operator certificate must provide statistical returns to Director.6253,7502501,500
Rule 19.205Qualifications required by pilot-in-command carrying out instrument approach under IFR using GPS receiver.5,0002,000
Rule 19.207(1)Person operating aircraft under IFR using GPS equipment must ensure equipment approved and form endorsed.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.207(2)Person operating aircraft under IFR using GPS equipment must operate equipment in accordance with manual.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.207(3)Person operating aircraft under IFR using GPS equipment within New Zealand flight information region must ensure aircraft equipped with other navigation system(s).5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.207(4)Person operating aircraft under IFR using GPS equipment intending GPS based instrument approach must obtain RAIM prediction.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.207(5)Person operating aircraft under IFR using GPS equipment must ensure en route and terminal navigation conducted in prescribed way.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.207(6)Person operating aircraft under IFR using GPS equipment must ensure all GPS instrument approaches accomplished with approved procedures.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.207(7)Person operating aircraft under IFR using GPS equipment must take prescribed actions if RAIM warning displayed or GPS equipment has operated in DR mode for more than stipulated time.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.207(8)Person operating aircraft under IFR using GPS equipment may not commence instrument approach while RAIM warning displayed.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.207(9)Person operating aircraft under IFR using GPS equipment and using alternate aerodrome must ensure radio navigation aid can be used.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.209(a)Person may not operate aircraft under IFR using sole means GPS within New Zealand Flight Information Region.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.209(b)(1)Person operating New Zealand registered aircraft under IFR using sole means GPS in Auckland Oceanic Flight Information Region must ensure equipment approved and form endorsed.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.209(b)(2)Person operating New Zealand registered aircraft under IFR using sole means GPS in Auckland Oceanic Flight Information Region must operate equipment in accordance with manual.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.209(b)(3)Person operating New Zealand registered aircraft under IFR using sole means GPS in Auckland Oceanic Flight Information Region must use and cross check current data.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.209(b)(4)Person operating New Zealand registered aircraft under IFR using sole means GPS in Auckland Oceanic Flight Information Region must advise ATC if RAIM warning displayed or GPS equipment has operated in DR mode for more than stipulated time.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.211(a)No person may operate aircraft using GPS receiver that does not comply with prescribed requirements.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.213(a)Circumstances in which pilot-in-command may not use GPS-derived distance information.2,5001,000
Rule 19.213(b)Pilot-in-command must provide GPS-derived distance information in prescribed manner.2,5001,000
Rule 19.213(c)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command using GPS-derived distance information in certain circumstances.2,5001,000
Rule 19.219(a)Pilot-in-command may only operate aircraft under IFR using GPS equipment as primary or sole means navigation system if flight plan appropriately endorsed.1,250500
Rule 19.219(b)No person may make specified entry in flight plan form unless specified requirements met.1,250500
Rule 19.303No person except holder of certificate of approval for supply may issue release note for specified aeronautical products.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 19.311(c)Holder of expired or revoked supply organisation certificate must surrender certificate.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 19.311(d)Holder of suspended supply organisation certificate must produce certificate for endorsement.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 19.327(1)Supply organisation must hold current and complete copy of exposition at each location specified.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 19.327(2)Supply organisation must comply with exposition.5,00030,000
Rule 19.327(3)Supply organisation must make exposition available to personnel.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 19.327(4)Supply organisation must continue to meet prescribed standards and requirements.5,00030,000
Rule 19.327(5)Supply organisation must ensure quality of aeronautical products.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.329(a)Supply organisation must ensure exposition remains current.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 19.329(b)Supply organisation must ensure amendments to exposition meet requirements and comply with procedures where—
(a) offence is failing to meet requirements of Part 19:2,50015,0001,0006,000
(b) offence is failing to ensure amendment complies with required procedures.6253,7502501,500
Rule 19.329(c)Supply organisation must provide Director with copy of amendments to exposition.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 19.329(d)Supply organisation must notify Director and obtain acceptance of certain changes.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.329(f)Supply organisation must comply with conditions prescribed on changes.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.329(g)Supply organisation must forward certificate for amendment when required.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 19.329(h)Supply organisation must amend exposition as Director considers necessary in interests of safety.5,00030,000
Rule 19.331(a)Supply organisation ceasing operations must notify Director.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.353Restrictions on persons and aircraft subject to security control relating to firearms, weapons, ammunition, explosives, and other dangerous things.5,00030,000
Rule 19.355Prohibition relating to barriers controlling access to security areas or operational areas.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 19.357(b)No person may be in security area without identity card or document.5,0002,000
Rule 19.357(d)Person must remain in security area only for duties.5,0002,000
Rule 19.357(e)Person entering or in security area must produce identity card or document for inspection if required.1,000500
Rule 19.357(f)Holder of identity card must return it if holder ceases to be entitled to hold card.1,000500
Rule 19.359(a)Government agency requiring person subject to judicial or administrative procedures to travel on aircraft must inform operator.2,5001,000
Rule 19.359(b)Responsibilities of operator where person subject to judicial or administrative procedures allowed to travel.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 19.359(c)Government agency must comply with conditions of travel by person subject to judicial or administrative procedures.2,5001,000
Rule 19.405No person may act as test pilot unless approved by Director and licensed.2,5001,000
Part 21Certification of products and parts
Rule 21.8Responsibilities of type certificate holder on design changes.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 21.25(b)Holder of revoked type certificate must surrender certificate.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.25(c)Holder of suspended type certificate must produce certificate for endorsement.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.27(a)Restrictions on transfer of type certificate.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.27(b)Obligations on type certificate holder before transfer.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.121(a)Restrictions on transfer of supplemental type certificate.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.121(b)Obligations on supplemental type certificate holder before transfer.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.123Responsibilities of supplemental type certificate holder.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.125Responsibilities of supplemental type certificate holder intending to make change.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 21.179(d)Holder of expired airworthiness certificate must surrender certificate.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.181Holder of certificate of registration for aircraft must transfer airworthiness certificate with aircraft.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.335(b)Holder of invalid export airworthiness certificate must surrender certificate.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.339(a)Restrictions on use of authorised release certificate for export.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.341Responsibilities of exporter granted export airworthiness certificate.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.605No person may identify article with NZTSO marking except in prescribed circumstances.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 21.617(b)Holder of revoked NZTSO authorisation must surrender certificate.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.617(c)Holder of suspended NZTSO authorisation must produce certificate for endorsement.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.621Responsibilities of manufacturer who holds NZTSO authorisation.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 21.623(a)No person may make design changes to NZTSO article except in prescribed circumstances.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 21.623(b)Conditions under which holder of NZTSO authorisation may make design changes.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.623(c)Responsibilities of holder of NZTSO authorisation intending to make design change.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 21.625Responsibilities of holder of NZTSO authorisation to make and keep records.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.715(b)Holder of revoked NZPMA authorisation must surrender certificate.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.715(c)Holder of suspended NZPMA authorisation must produce certificate for endorsement.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.719Responsibilities of holder of NZPMA authorisation.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 21.721Responsibilities of holder of NZPMA authorisation to make and keep records.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 21.803Manufacturer of aircraft, aircraft engine, manned free balloon, or propeller must identify it in prescribed manner.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 21.807(a)Restrictions on removal, alteration, and replacement of prescribed identification from product or part.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 21.809(a)Restrictions on removal or reinstallation of data plate.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 21.811Manufacturer of critical part must mark it as prescribed.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 21.813Manufacturer of replacement and modification materials, parts, and appliances must mark them as prescribed.1,2507,5005003,000
Part 39Airworthiness directives
Rule 39.51(a)Operator of aircraft must not operate aircraft unless the operator complies with prescribed airworthiness directives or approved alternative means of compliance.5,00030,000
Rule 39.51(b)Person must notify Director regarding emergency airworthiness directive if not holding certificate of registration.2,50015,000
Part 43General maintenance rules
Rule 43.5Prohibition on fraudulent or false entries in records and reports and reproduction or alteration of records or reports for fraudulent purpose.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 43.51(a)Person must not perform maintenance on aircraft or component without appropriate licence and rating, certificate, supervision, or authorisation.5,0002,000
Rule 43.51(e)Person must not perform maintenance on prescribed special category aircraft unless trained and authorised by named principal provider of prescribed maintenance service.5,0002,000
Rule 43.53(1)Person performing maintenance on aircraft or component must be familiar with actions required for continued airworthiness of aircraft or component.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 43.53(2)Person performing maintenance on aircraft or component must use adequate housing and facilities for prescribed purposes.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 43.53(3)Person performing maintenance on aircraft or component must use prescribed or acceptable methods, techniques, and practices.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 43.53(4)Person performing maintenance on aircraft or component must use specified materials, parts, and appliances.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 43.53(5)Person performing maintenance on aircraft or component must use necessary tools and apparatus.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 43.53(6)Person performing maintenance on aircraft or component must use recommended or equivalent test equipment.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 43.53(7)Person performing maintenance on aircraft or component must use recommended special test equipment or equivalent test equipment acceptable to the Director.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 43.53(8)Person performing maintenance on aircraft or component must ensure every applicable airworthiness requirement is met.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 43.53(9)Person performing maintenance on aircraft or component must ensure condition of aircraft or component satisfactory for release-to-service.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 43.53(10)Person performing maintenance on aircraft or component must ensure aircraft or component complies with applicable certification requirements for aircraft noise and engine emission.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 43.53(11)Person must not perform maintenance on aircraft or component unless relieved from performing maintenance for specified periods.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 43.54(a)Person must not perform maintenance on, or release-to-service, specified aircraft or components except under authority of maintenance organisation certificate.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 43.54(b)Person must not perform specified types of maintenance except under authority of maintenance organisation certificate.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 43.55Responsibilities for recording of overhaul.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 43.59Responsibilities of person inspecting radio station.1,250500
Rule 43.61Responsibilities of person inspecting altimeter system.1,250500
Rule 43.63Responsibilities of person inspecting SSR transponder.1,250500
Rule 43.65Responsibilities of person inspecting emergency locator transmitter.1,250500
Rule 43.67Requirements of person conducting non-destructive test.1,250500
Rule 43.69Recording requirements of person performing maintenance.1,250500
Rule 43.101(a)Person must not certify aircraft or component for release-to-service after maintenance without prescribed qualification.5,0002,000
Rule 43.101(c)Person must not certify aircraft or component for release-to-service after maintenance unless relieved from performing prescribed activities for specified periods.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 43.103Person must not certify aircraft or component for release-to-service after maintenance unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0002,000
Rule 43.105(a)Person certifying aircraft or component for release to service must make specified entries in logbook or other record.1,250500
Rule 43.105(b)Person certifying release to service of component not installed in or allocated to aircraft must use CAA form.625250
Rule 43.107Responsibilities of person certifying aircraft or component for release to service that includes equipment permitted to be inoperative.1,250500
Rule 43.109Responsibilities of person who does not certify aircraft or component for release-to-service because of uncleared defect.1,250500
Rule 43.113(a)Person must not certify aircraft or component for release-to-service unless requirements regarding duplicate safety inspection and rule 43.113(c) are met.1,250500
Rule 43.113(c)Person who carries out duplicate safety inspection must enter specified information in appropriate maintenance logbook.1,250500
Rule 43.115(a)Person must not certify aircraft for release-to-service after prescribed maintenance activities unless engine performance check performed.2,5001,000
Rule 43.115(b)Person who certifies aircraft for release-to-service after engine check to record specified information in appropriate maintenance logbook or worksheet.1,250500
Rule 43.151(a)Person must not perform review of airworthiness for aircraft unless person holds prescribed inspection authorisation.1,250500
Rule 43.153(a)Person performing prescribed review of airworthiness must, within 30 days before certifying completed review, carry out prescribed activities.2,5001,000
Rule 43.153(c)Person performing review of airworthiness must record defects in technical log and maintenance logbook.1,250500
Rule 43.155Person who performs review of airworthiness must carry out prescribed tasks on completion of review.5,0002,000
Rule 43.157Requirements on person performing annual review of airworthiness and finding discrepancies.2,5001,000
Rule 43.203Qualifications required by person certifying aircraft or component after major modification or repair.1,250500
Rule 43.205Person certifying conformity of aircraft or aircraft component after major modification or repair must ensure modification or repair conforms to applicable technical data.1,250500
Rule 43.207Person certifying conformity after major modification or repair must complete CAA form and provide holder of certificate of registration and Director with copy.1,250500
Rule 43.303Person performing maintenance in accordance with maintenance programme on prescribed aircraft or component must perform prescribed tasks.2,5001,000
Rule 43.307Person performing maintenance on prescribed aircraft must, on completion of maintenance, record prescribed information.1,250500
Part 47Aircraft registration and marking
Rule 47.51Circumstances when person must register aircraft and hold valid certificate of registration from prescribed authority.5,00030,000
Rule 47.57(b)Holder of certificate of registration must submit information to, or notify, Director regarding change of possession.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 47.61(a)Holder of certificate of registration must notify Director of any change that affects currency of information contained in certificate or operator statement.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 47.65(b)Holder of suspended certificate of registration must produce certificate for endorsement.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 47.65(c)Holder of revoked certificate of registration must surrender certificate.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 47.67(a)Holder of certificate of registration must notify Director if aware aircraft destroyed, lost, stolen, or permanently withdrawn from use, or application made for registration in another country.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 47.101(a)Holder of certificate of registration must ensure aircraft displays markings and identification plate in required manner.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 47.101(f)Holder of certificate of registration must ensure aircraft displays approved identifiable paint scheme and markings.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 47.104(f)Holder of certificate of registration must provide Director with three-view set of photographs of aircraft displaying identifiable paint scheme and markings.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 47.106(b)Responsibilities of certificate of registration holder intending to discontinue display of identifiable paint scheme and markings.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 47.121Person may not place a mark or symbol on aircraft that modifies or obscures aircraft markings.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Part 61Pilot licences and ratings
Rule 61.5(a)Pilot of New Zealand registered aircraft operating in New Zealand must hold prescribed pilot licence.10,0002,000
Rule 61.5(b)Pilot of New Zealand registered aircraft operating outside New Zealand must hold prescribed pilot licence.10,0002,000
Rule 61.5(c)Pilot of foreign aircraft operating in New Zealand must hold prescribed pilot licence.10,0002,000
Rule 61.5(d)Pilot of New Zealand registered aircraft, or foreign aircraft operating in New Zealand, must hold prescribed current type rating for aircraft.5,0001,000
Rule 61.5(j)Pilot of New Zealand registered aircraft, or foreign aircraft in New Zealand, operating under IFR, must hold prescribed current instrument rating.5,0001,000
Rule 61.5(k)Person exercising privileges of flight instructor must hold appropriate current flight instructor rating.5,0001,000
Rule 61.5(1)Person exercising privileges of flight examiner must hold appropriate current flight examiner rating.5,0001,000
Rule 61.19(a)Person must not perform prescribed act of unauthorised conduct in relation to written examination.5,0001,000
Rule 61.25(b)Dual flight instruction or flight testing must be carried out in aircraft equipped with prescribed controls, instruments, safety harness, and equipment.5,00030,0001,0006,000
Rule 61.25(c)Responsibilities of pilot when accumulating instrument flight experience in VMC toward required instrument flight time.5,0001,000
Rule 61.25(d)Responsibilities of pilot when accumulating instrument flight experience in IMC toward required instrument flight time.5,0001,000
Rule 61.27Responsibility of flight examiner to be pilot-in-command in prescribed circumstances.2,5001,000
Rule 61.29Responsibility of pilot to maintain accurate logbook with prescribed information and in prescribed manner.2,500500
Rule 61.35(a)Person must not exercise privileges of pilot licence other than recreational pilot licence unless person holds prescribed medical certificate and complies with conditions, restrictions, and endorsements on medical certificate.5,0001,000
Rule 61.35(b)Person must not exercise privileges of recreational pilot licence unless person holds prescribed medical certificate and complies with conditions, restrictions, and endorsements on medical certificate.5,0001,000
Rule 61.35(c)Person must not exercise privileges of validation permit unless person holds prescribed medical certificate and complies with conditions, restrictions, and endorsements on medical certificate.5,0001,000
Rule 61.37(a)Recent flight experience requirements for airline transport pilot.5,0001,000
Rule 61.37(b)Recent flight experience requirements for commercial pilot (aeroplane or helicopter), recreational pilot, private pilot—day flight.5,0001,000
Rule 61.37(c)Recent flight experience requirements for commercial pilot, private pilot—night flight.5,0001,000
Rule 61.37(ca)Recent flight experience requirements for commercial pilot (balloon).5,0001,000
Rule 61.37(h)Flight instructor must meet recent flight experience requirements before giving flight instructions.5,0001,000
Rule 61.37(i)Prescribed requirements for pilot who has not met biennial flight review requirements for 5 years or more.5,0001,000
Rule 61.39(a)Pilot must not exercise privileges of licence without biennial flight review.10,0002,000
Rule 61.43(c)Holder of licence or rating must take prescribed examination or test when required by Director.2,500500
Rule 61.103(a)Person who does not hold current pilot licence must not manipulate controls of an aircraft unless prescribed requirements are met.10,0002,000
Rule 61.105(a)Person who does not hold current pilot licence must not fly aircraft solo unless prescribed requirements are met.10,0002,000
Rule 61.105(b)Flight instructor who authorises pilot for solo flight must monitor actions of pilot during solo flight.5,0001,000
Rule 61.107(a)Person who does not hold current pilot licence must not act as pilot-in-command of aircraft in prescribed circumstances.10,0002,000
Rule 61.107(b)Person who holds medical certificate under rule 61.105(a)(2)(ii) must not act as pilot-in-command of aircraft in prescribed circumstances.10,0002,000
Rule 61.155(b)Holder of private pilot licence must not act as pilot-in-command or co-pilot in prescribed circumstances.5,0001,000
Rule 61.157Responsibilities of private pilot licence holder: complying with prescribed currency requirements.5,0001,000
Rule 61.205(b)Holder of commercial pilot licence must not act as pilot-in-command or co-pilot of aircraft at night unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.207Responsibilities of commercial pilot licence holder: complying with prescribed currency requirements.5,0001,000
Rule 61.257Responsibilities of airline transport pilot licence holder: complying with prescribed currency requirements.5,0001,000
Rule 61.305(b)Holder of Category E flight instructor rating must not exercise specified privileges unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.305(f)Holder of Category D flight instructor rating must not give instrument flight instruction unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.305(g)Holder of Category D flight instructor rating must not instruct at night, in multi-engined aircraft, or in instrument flight unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.305(j)Holder of Category C flight instructor rating must not exercise Category C flight instructor privileges for first 6 months or 100 hours of instructional flying unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.305(k)Holder of Category C flight instructor rating must not give instrument flight instruction under prescribed conditions unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.305(l)Holder of Category C flight instructor rating must not instruct at night, in multi-engined aircraft, or in aeroplane spinning or aerobatics unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.305(p)Holder of Category B flight instructor rating must not instruct at night, in multi-engined aircraft, or in aeroplane spinning or aerobatics unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.305(s)Holder of Category A flight instructor rating must not give instrument flight instruction under prescribed conditions unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.305(t)Holder of Category A flight instructor rating must not instruct in multi-engined aircraft unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.307(a)Holder of Category E flight instructor rating must not give agricultural flight instruction unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.307(b)Holder of Category D flight instructor rating must not give instrument flight instruction unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.307(c)Holder of Category A, B, C, or D flight instructor rating must not give IFR cross-country navigation instruction unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.307(d)Holder of Category B or C flight instructor rating must not give flight instruction unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.307(e)Holder of Category A or E flight instructor rating must not give flight instruction unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.357(b)Holder of recreational pilot licence must not act as pilot-in-command or co-pilot in prescribed circumstances.5,0001,000
Rule 61.359Holder of recreational pilot licence must not exercise privileges of licence if licence holder is aware of or has reasonable grounds to suspect change in medical condition.5,0001,000
Rule 61.361Responsibility of recreational pilot licence holder: complying with prescribed currency requirements.5,0001,000
Rule 61.557(a)Holder of aerobatic flight rating must not exercise privileges of that rating unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.607(a)Holder of glider tow rating must not exercise privileges of that rating unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.657(a)Holder of parachute drop rating must not exercise privileges of that rating unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.705(b)Holder of Grade 2 agricultural rating must not act as pilot-in-command of aircraft performing agricultural aircraft operation if, under Part 137, there is third party risk.5,0001,000
Rule 61.707(a)Holder of agricultural rating must not exercise privileges of that rating unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.707(c)Holder of Grade 1 agricultural rating must not act as pilot-in-command of aircraft performing agricultural aircraft operation if, under Part 137, there is third party risk, unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.707(d)Holder of an agricultural rating must not dispense an agricultural chemical without meeting prescribed requirements.5,0001,000
Rule 61.717(a)Holder of an aerial topdressing rating must not exercise privileges of that rating unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.727(a)Holder of an aerial spraying rating must not exercise privileges of that rating unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.737(a)Holder of an aerial Vertebrate Toxic Agent (VTA) rating must not exercise privileges of that rating unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.757(a)Holder of pilot chemical rating must not exercise privileges of that rating unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.807(a)Holder of instrument rating must not exercise privileges of that rating unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Rule 61.907(a)Holder of flight examiner rating must not exercise privileges of that rating unless prescribed requirements are met.5,0001,000
Part 63Flight engineer licences and ratings
Rule 63.3(a), (b), and (c)Person acting as flight engineer must hold prescribed licence.5,000
Rule 63.3(d)Person acting as flight engineer must hold prescribed aircraft type rating.2,5001,000
Rule 63.3(e)Flight engineer instructor must hold flight engineer instructor rating.5,000
Rule 63.3(f)Flight engineer examiner must hold flight engineer examiner rating.5,000
Rule 63.17(a)Person may not perform proscribed act in relation to examination.5,0001,000
Rule 63.19(a)Responsibilities of cadet flight engineer and flight engineer to record flight time in approved logbook.625250
Rule 63.19(b)Responsibilities of cadet flight engineer and flight engineer to record flight time within required period.625250
Rule 63.19(c)Responsibilities of cadet flight engineer and flight engineer to keep logbook for 12 months after last entry.1,250500
Rule 63.19(d)Responsibilities of cadet flight engineer and flight engineer: submission of logbook to Director.625250
Rule 63.19(e)Certain flight time may not be credited by flight engineer.2,5001,000
Rule 63.21(a)Holder of cadet flight engineer licence or flight engineer licence may only credit flight time when aircraft type requires flight engineer.1,250500
Rule 63.23Responsibilities of cadet flight engineer and flight engineer to comply with prescribed medical requirements.4,000
Rule 63.25(a)Flight engineer not to exercise privileges of licence without biennial flight review.4,000
Rule 63.27(a)Holder of licence or rating must take prescribed proficiency examination when required by Director.1,250500
Rule 63.27(c)Person who takes prescribed proficiency examination and fails to comply with requirements for licence or rating may not exercise privileges.5,0002,000
Rule 63.157(a)Recent experience requirements (preceding 90 days) for flight engineer.2,5001,000
Rule 63.157(b)Recent experience requirements (preceding 5 years) for flight engineer.2,5001,000
Rule 63.305(b)Preconditions and qualifications required to exercise privileges of flight engineer instructor rating.2,5001,000
Rule 63.355(b)Preconditions and qualifications required to exercise privileges of flight engineer examiner rating.2,5001,000
Part 65Air traffic service personnel licences and ratings
Rule 65.5(a)Responsibilities of person providing air traffic service to comply with air traffic certificate and current licences and ratings requirements.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 65.5(b)Person exercising privileges of air traffic service instructor must hold current air traffic service instructor rating.2,5001,000
Rule 65.5(c)Person exercising privileges of air traffic service examiner must hold current air traffic service examiner rating.2,5001,000
Rule 65.19(a)Person must not perform proscribed act in relation to examination.5,0001,000
Rule 65.21Responsibilities of air traffic service licence holder: general requirements for air traffic service logbooks.1,250500
Rule 65.23(b)Certain time may not be credited by person exercising privileges of prescribed licence or rating.1,250500
Rule 65.25(a)Responsibilities of holder of air traffic trainee licence or air traffic controller licence to comply with prescribed medical requirements.2,5001,000
Rule 65.27(a)Holder of licence or rating must take prescribed proficiency examination when required by Director.1,250500
Rule 65.27(b)Person who takes prescribed proficiency examination and fails to comply with requirements for licence or rating may not exercise privileges.5,0002,000
Rule 65.107Recent experience requirements (preceding 5 years) for holder of air traffic controller licence.2,5001,000
Rule 65.205(b)Holder of a flight service operator licence must be familiar with prescribed information and procedures used at aeronautical station for which licence is validated.1,250500
Rule 65.307(b)Holder of air traffic controller rating must be familiar with all current information relating to that rating.1,250500
Rule 65.309(b)Holder of air traffic controller rating or validation must meet prescribed requirements if privileges of rating or validation not exercised in preceding 6 months.1,250500
Rule 65.357(b)Holder of flight service operator rating must be familiar with all current information relating to that rating.1,250500
Rule 65.405(b)Holder of air traffic service instructor rating must meet prescribed requirements to exercise privileges of rating.1,250500
Rule 65.455(b)Holder of air traffic service examiner rating must meet prescribed requirements to exercise privileges of rating.1,250500
Part 66Aircraft maintenance personnel licensing
Rule 66.11(d)Holder of suspended or revoked aircraft maintenance engineer licence, certificate of approval, or certificate of inspection authorisation must forward document to Director.1,250500
Rule 66.15(a)Person may not perform proscribed act in relation to examination.5,0001,000
Rule 66.19Responsibilities of holder of licence or certificate issued under this Part: medical requirements and limitations.1,250500
Rule 66.55(b)Holder of aircraft maintenance engineer licence may not exercise privileges of licence unless familiar with aircraft and components, and holds prescribed ratings or approved additional privileges.2,5001,000
Rule 66.55(c)Holder of aircraft maintenance engineer licence may not exercise additional privileges unless training received on use of special test equipment.1,250500
Rule 66.57Responsibilities of aircraft maintenance engineer licence holder: recent experience requirements and limitations.1,250500
Rule 66.205(b)Responsibilities of certificate of inspection authorisation holder: limitations on exercise of prescribed privileges.2,5001,000
Rule 66.207Responsibilities of certificate of inspection authorisation holder: recent experience requirements.1,250500
Part 77Objects and activities affecting navigable airspace
Rule 77.5Person proposing to construct or alter structure must notify Director if structure exceeds prescribed height requirements.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 77.7(a)Person must notify Director if they propose to use structure that will or may discharge efflux at prescribed velocity.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 77.7(b)Person proposing to operate light or laser must notify Director in prescribed circumstances.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 77.9Person or person representing organisation proposing to use weapons that will fire or launch projectile with trajectory higher than 60 m must notify Director.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 77.11Person proposing to stage pyrotechnics display must notify Director if firing or launching projectile that will have trajectory higher than 60 m.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 77.15(a)Person required to give notice under 77.5 and 77.7 must notify Director in writing of commencement date.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 77.15(b)Person required to give notice under 77.5 must notify Director in writing when prescribed heights reached.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 77.15(d)Person who abandons construction or alteration project that is subject to notice must notify Director in writing.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 77.15(e)Person who dismantles or suffers destruction of structure that is subject to notice must notify Director in writing.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 77.23Person required to provide notice to Director must comply with any requirement, condition, or limitation imposed.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Part 91General operating and flight rules
Rule 91.7(a)Person may not operate, and operator or pilot-in-command may not permit operation of, cellphone or other portable electronic device designed to transmit electromagnetic energy.2,50015,0005003,000
Rule 91.7(b)Person may not operate, and operator or pilot-in-command may not permit operation of, portable electronic devices on aircraft flying under IFR.2,50015,0005003,000
Rule 91.9(a)Person may not carry, cause to be carried, or permit firearm to be carried in aircraft except as provided in rules.3,00020,000
Rule 91.9(b)No person may discharge firearm while on board aircraft except when provided in rules.5,000
Rule 91.9(h)Operator must inform pilot-in-command about persons carrying firearms.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 91.11Person may not tamper or interfere with aircraft or its components or equipment, or with other equipment.10,00050,000
Rule 91.15(1)Person must ensure that fuelling or defuelling of aircraft complies with applicable requirements of prescribed regulations.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.15(2)Person must ensure aircraft is not refuelled or defuelled with Class 3.1A flammable liquid in prescribed circumstances.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.15(3)Person must ensure that aircraft is not refuelled or defuelled with Class 3.1C or Class 3.1D flammable liquid in prescribed circumstances.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.101(a)Person must not operate aircraft unless it has current airworthiness certificate and is airworthy, or operation is in accordance with prescribed special flight permit.5,00030,000
Rule 91.101(b)Person operating aircraft must comply with prescribed operating limitations and markings and placards.5,00030,000
Rule 91.103No person may operate prescribed aircraft for flight instruction other than in prescribed situations.5,00030,000
Rule 91.105(a)Person must not operate aircraft with special category airworthiness certificate for carriage of passengers or goods for hire or reward.5,00030,000
Rule 91.105(c)Person must not operate aircraft with special category airworthiness certificate over congested area of city or town unless authorised by Director in writing.5,00030,000
Rule 91.105(d)Person operating aircraft with special category airworthiness certificate must inform persons carried of prescribed placard warning.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 91.105(e)Person must not operate aircraft with special category experimental airworthiness certificate for purposes other than those prescribed.5,00030,000
Rule 91.105(f)Person must not operate aircraft with special category exhibition airworthiness certificate except in accordance with operator statement, or for any of the prescribed purposes.5,00030,000
Rule 91.105(g)Person must not operate aircraft with special category amateur-built airworthiness certificate for any of the prescribed purposes.5,00030,000
Rule 91.105(h)Person must not operate aircraft with special category primary airworthiness certificate for any of the prescribed purposes.5,00030,000
Rule 91.105(i)Person must not operate aircraft with special category LSA airworthiness certificate for an agricultural aircraft operation.5,00030,000
Rule 91.105(j)Person must not operate aircraft with special category limited airworthiness certificate except in accordance with operator statement, or for any of the prescribed purposes.5,00030,000
Rule 91.107(a)Person must not operate aircraft unless it is registered and displays identification markings as prescribed.5,00030,000
Rule 91.109No person may operate aircraft unless in compliance with specified limitations in aircraft flight manual.5,00030,000
Rule 91.111Person must not operate aircraft unless prescribed documents are carried.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 91.112(a)Responsibilities of aircraft operator: keeping accurate daily flight records.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 91.112(b)Responsibilities of aircraft operator: retention of daily flight records.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 91.113No person may operate aircraft without minimum required flight crew members.5,00030,000
Rule 91.115(a)Responsibilities of aircraft operator: minimum number of flight attendants for aircraft carrying more than 19 passengers.5,00030,000
Rule 91.115(c)No person may operate aircraft unless flight attendants familiar with emergency functions and capable of using emergency equipment.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 91.117(a)Responsibilities of aircraft operator for designation of pilot-in-command where aircraft operated with more than one pilot.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.119No person other than flight crew member may taxi aircraft unless authorised by operator and competent to do so.2,5001,000
Rule 91.121Responsibilities of person taxiing, taking-off, or landing aircraft for equipment stowage.5,0002,000
Rule 91.123Responsibilities of person giving flight instruction relating to flight controls.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.125(a)Responsibilities of aircraft operator in simulated instrument flight.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 91.127(a)No person may use any place as aerodrome unless it is suitable for take-off or landing.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.127(b)No person may operate aircraft at aerodrome unless prescribed requirements are complied with.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.127(c)No pilot may operate aircraft in aerodrome traffic circuit unless aircraft can be manoeuvred in prescribed manner.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.127(d)Responsibilities of helicopter operator: use of heliport.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.129(a)Pilot may not operate aircraft within restricted area except in prescribed circumstances.5,0002,000
Rule 91.129(b)Pilot may not operate aircraft within designated danger area except in prescribed circumstances.5,0002,000
Rule 91.131Pilot may not operate aircraft in low flying zone except in prescribed circumstances.5,0002,000
Rule 91.133Pilot may not operate aircraft within military operating area except in prescribed circumstances.5,0002,000
Rule 91.135(a)Pilot may not operate aircraft within mandatory broadcast zone except in prescribed circumstances.5,0002,000
Rule 91.135(d)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command operating parachute-drop aircraft intending to drop parachutists within or into mandatory broadcast zone.5,0002,000
Rule 91.137Pilot may not operate aircraft within volcanic hazard zone except in prescribed circumstances.5,0002,000
Rule 91.139Pilot may not operate aircraft within general aviation area except in prescribed circumstances.1,250500
Rule 91.201Responsibilities of pilot-in-command for safety of aircraft.5,000
Rule 91.205(a)Responsibilities of crew member for being at crew member station and fastening safety belt during take-off and landing.5,0002,000
Rule 91.205(b)Responsibilities of crew member for fastening shoulder harness during take-off and landing.5,0002,000
Rule 91.207(a)Responsibility of pilot-in-command to require passengers to occupy seats and fasten restraints in prescribed circumstances.5,0002,000
Rule 91.207(c)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command to require passengers to configure seats during take-off and landing.625250
Rule 91.209(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: use of oxygen equipment in unpressurised aircraft.5,0002,000
Rule 91.209(b)(1)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: use of oxygen equipment in pressurised aircraft where cabin pressure altitude above prescribed level.5,0002,000
Rule 91.209(b)(2)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: use of oxygen equipment in pressurised aircraft between prescribed flight levels.5,0002,000
Rule 91.209(b)(3)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: use by one pilot of oxygen mask in pressurised aircraft above prescribed flight level.5,0002,000
Rule 91.209(c)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: use of oxygen equipment in pressurised aircraft following pressurisation failure.5,0002,000
Rule 91.211(a)Responsibilities of aircraft operator for passenger briefing.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 91.211(b)(2)Responsibilities of aircraft operator for passenger briefing on supplemental oxygen equipment.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 91.211(b)(3)Responsibilities of aircraft operator for passenger briefing on life preservers.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 91.211(b)(4)Responsibilities of aircraft operator for passenger briefing on compliance with lighted instructions.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 91.211(c)Responsibilities of aircraft operator: location and relevance of printed cards.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 91.213Responsibilities of aircraft operator for stowage of carry-on baggage by passengers.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 91.215(a)Responsibilities of operator for storing and securing cargo.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.215(b)Responsibilities of aircraft operator: load and location restrictions.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.217Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: pre-flight action.5,0002,000
Rule 91.219Responsibilities of pilot: operating limitations for aircraft and emergency equipment.2,5001,000
Rule 91.221(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command to ensure equipment and operating information available to pilots.5,0002,000
Rule 91.221(b)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command to require flight crew members to use cockpit checklist in prescribed aircraft.5,0002,000
Rule 91.223(a)Responsibilities of pilot: operating aeroplane on or in vicinity of aerodrome.1,250500
Rule 91.223(d)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: operating helicopter on or in vicinity of aerodrome.1,250500
Rule 91.225(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command for aircraft on or in vicinity of aerodrome with aerodrome control service in operation.1,250500
Rule 91.225(b)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command for aircraft on or in vicinity of aerodrome with aerodrome flight information service in operation.1,250500
Rule 91.225(c)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command for aircraft not fitted with radio being on or in vicinity of aerodrome.1,250500
Rule 91.227Responsibilities of pilot operating near other aircraft.1,250500
Rule 91.229(a)Responsibilities of pilot: aircraft right of way.5,0002,000
Rule 91.229(b)Responsibilities of pilot: aircraft approaching head-on.5,0002,000
Rule 91.229(c)Responsibilities of pilot: aircraft converging.5,0002,000
Rule 91.229(d)Responsibilities of pilot: overtaking aircraft.5,0002,000
Rule 91.229(f)Responsibilities of pilot: landing aircraft.5,0002,000
Rule 91.229(g)Responsibilities of pilot: aircraft take-off.5,0002,000
Rule 91.229(h)Responsibilities of pilot: taxiing aircraft.5,0002,000
Rule 91.229(i)Responsibilities of pilot: aircraft in distress.5,0002,000
Rule 91.231Responsibilities of pilot: right-of-way rules for aircraft on water.5,0002,000
Rule 91.233(a)Responsibilities of pilot: lighting requirements of aircraft operating, mooring, or moving at night.1,250500
Rule 91.233(b)Responsibilities of any person parking or moving aircraft in manoeuvring area of aerodrome at night: lighting requirements.1,250500
Rule 91.235Responsibilities of pilot: dropping objects from aircraft.5,000
Rule 91.237(a)Responsibilities of pilot: aircraft speed.5,0002,000
Rule 91.239(a)Responsibilities of pilot to maintain cruising altitude or flight level and to set altimeter in prescribed manner.5,0002,000
Rule 91.239(b)Responsibilities of pilot to set altimeter in prescribed manner when ascending or descending.5,0002,000
Rule 91.241Responsibilities of pilot: compliance with ATC clearances and instructions.1,250500
Rule 91.243Responsibilities of pilot: compliance with ATC light signals.5,0002,000
Rule 91.245(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: ATC clearance for prescribed airspace.1,250500
Rule 91.245(b)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: aircraft operating in Class A airspace.1,250500
Rule 91.245(c)Pilot-in-command of aircraft operating in prescribed airspace must maintain two-way radio communications with ATC.1,250500
Rule 91.246(a)Responsibilities of aircraft operator for operations in RNP designated airspace.1,2507,5005003,500
Rule 91.246(b)Responsibilities of aircraft operator: keeping current copy of RNP operations manual.1,2507,5005003,500
Rule 91.246(g)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: operating aircraft in or entering RNP designated airspace.1,250500
Rule 91.247(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command for operating aircraft in transponder-mandatory airspace.2,5001,000
Rule 91.247(b)Responsibilities of aircraft operator: use of Mode S transponder equipment.2,5001,000
Rule 91.247(c)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command to request ATC authorisation to operate aircraft without transponder.2,5001,000
Rule 91.249(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: use of aircraft radiotelephony callsigns.2,5001,000
Rule 91.251Person must not tamper with operation of prescribed time-in-service recorder.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 91.301(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command operating aircraft under VFR.5,0002,000
Rule 91.301(b)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: taking off and landing aircraft, or flying in vicinity of aerodrome, under VFR.5,0002,000
Rule 91.305(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: fuel for aeroplane under VFR.5,0002,000
Rule 91.305(b)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: fuel for helicopter under VFR.5,0002,000
Rule 91.307(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command to submit VFR flight plan to ATS unit prior to flight in prescribed circumstances.5,0002,000
Rule 91.307(d)(1)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command to inform ATS unit of changes to VFR flight plan and SARTIME.5,0002,000
Rule 91.307(d)(2)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command to terminate flight plan.5,0002,000
Rule 91.309Responsibilities of pilot-in-command of aircraft under VFR to report position to ATC.625250
Rule 91.311(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: minimum heights for VFR flights.5,000500
Rule 91.313(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: VFR cruising altitude and flight level in prescribed circumstances.5,0002,000
Rule 91.313(b)Pilot-in-command operating aircraft under VFR may not maintain level cruising flight in prescribed circumstances.5,0002,000
Rule 91.315Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: take-off under VFR in snow and ice conditions.5,0002,000
Rule 91.401Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: minimum flight crew under IFR.5,0002,000
Rule 91.403Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: minimum fuel for IFR flight.5,0002,000
Rule 91.405(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: alternative aerodrome requirements under IFR.5,0002,000
Rule 91.407(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command to submit IFR flight plan to ATS.5,0002,000
Rule 91.409(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command to adhere to IFR flight plan.5,0002,000
Rule 91.409(b)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command of aircraft operating under IFR not to deviate from route.5,0002,000
Rule 91.411Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: inadvertent departure from flight plan of aircraft operating under IFR.1,250500
Rule 91.413(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command of aircraft operating under IFR: instrument approaches to aerodromes.5,000
Rule 91.413(b)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command of aircraft operating under IFR: authorised DA, DH, or MDA.5,000
Rule 91.413(c)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command of aircraft operating under IFR: limitations on aircraft operating below DA, DH, or MDA.5,000
Rule 91.413(d)Pilot-in-command of aircraft operating under IFR may not land aircraft when flight visibility less than prescribed.5,000
Rule 91.413(e)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command of aircraft operating under IFR: circumstances when missed approach procedures must be executed.5,000
Rule 91.413(f)Pilot-in-command may not take off under IFR unless weather conditions at or above prescribed minima.5,000
Rule 91.415(a)Responsibilities of aircraft operator: flight crew and instrumentation for Category 2 or 3 precision approach.5,00030,000
Rule 91.415(b)Responsibilities of aircraft operator: equipment installation for Category 2 or 3 precision approach.5,00030,000
Rule 91.415(d)Responsibilities of pilot performing Category 2 or 3 precision approach requiring use of a DH.5,0002,000
Rule 91.417(a)Responsibilities of person performing Category 2 or 3 precision approach procedure: procedure manual.5,00030,000
Rule 91.417(b)Responsibilities of aircraft operator to keep current copy of approved manual for aircraft performing Category 2 or 3 precision approach.5,00030,000
Rule 91.421(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command operating aircraft under IFR in icing conditions.3,000
Rule 91.423Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: minimum altitudes for IFR flights.5,000
Rule 91.425(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command: altitude or flight level for IFR flight.5,000
Rule 91.425(b)Pilot-in-command operating aircraft under IFR may not maintain level cruising flight in prescribed circumstances.5,0002,000
Rule 91.427(a)(1)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command of aircraft operating under IFR to maintain listening watch on appropriate frequency.5,0002,000
Rule 91.427(a)(2)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command of aircraft operating under IFR to report to ATS at designated points.5,0002,000
Rule 91.427(b)Pilot-in-command of IFR flight under radar control must report passing reporting points specifically requested by ATC.5,0002,000
Rule 91.429(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command regarding radio communications failure when operating under IFR in VMC, or if VMC encountered after failure.5,0002,000
Rule 91.429(b)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command regarding radio communications failure when operating under IFR in IMC or VMC.5,0002,000
Rule 91.431(a)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command to notify ATS of malfunction of telecommunications facility while operating aircraft under IFR flight.2,5001,000
Rule 91.501Responsibilities of aircraft operator: general instrument and equipment requirements.5,00030,000
Rule 91.503Responsibilities of aircraft operator for location of instruments and equipment.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 91.529(a)Responsibilities of aircraft operator for emergency locator transmitter.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.529(f)Responsibility of holder of certificate of registration for New Zealand registered aircraft regarding coding and notifying details of ELT, EPIRB, and PLB.10,00050,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.529(g)Responsibility of person operating a foreign aircraft in New Zealand regarding coding of ELT.10,00050,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.602(a)Person must not operate aircraft unless requirements of prescribed rules are met.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.603Responsibilities of aircraft operator for general maintenance.5,00030,000
Rule 91.605(a)Responsibility of aircraft operator to maintain aircraft in accordance with prescribed maintenance programme or manufacturer’s maintenance schedule.5,00030,000
Rule 91.605(e)Responsibility of aircraft operator to test, inspect, and calibrate instruments and equipment, replace and recharge batteries, and weigh aircraft.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.609Responsibilities of aircraft operator for changes to maintenance programme or maintenance schedule.5,00030,000
Rule 91.613Responsibilities of person performing operational flight check.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 91.615Person must not operate aircraft unless prescribed requirements for annual review of airworthiness for aircraft are met.5,00030,000
Rule 91.616Responsibilities of aircraft operator regarding maintenance logbooks.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.617Responsibilities of aircraft operator regarding compiling and keeping maintenance records.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.619Responsibilities of aircraft operator providing technical log for aircraft for recording of prescribed information.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 91.621Holder of New Zealand certificate of registration for aircraft who transfers possession of aircraft must also transfer prescribed maintenance records.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 91.623Responsibilities of aircraft operator for retention of maintenance records as prescribed.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.701(a)Responsibilities of pilot operating aircraft in aerobatic flight.2,5001,000
Rule 91.701(b)Pilot must not operate aircraft in aerobatic flight below 3 000 feet except in prescribed circumstances.2,5001,000
Rule 91.701(d)Pilot must not operate aircraft in aerobatic flight carrying a passenger unless pilot holds prescribed rating and conducts flight above prescribed height.5,000
Rule 91.703(a)No person may conduct, and no person may operate aircraft in, aviation event unless organiser holds aviation event authorisation.4,00025,0001,5008,000
Rule 91.703(d)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command operating aircraft in aviation event.4,0001,500
Rule 91.705(a)Pilot performing parachute-drop operation must hold parachute-drop rating.5,0002,000
Rule 91.705(b)Responsibilities of pilot performing parachute-drop operations.5,0002,000
Rule 91.705(c)Responsibilities of pilot permitting parachute descent from aircraft.5,0002,000
Rule 91.707Responsibilities of pilot-in-command carrying prescribed emergency parachute assemblies in aircraft.1,250500
Rule 91.709(a)Responsibilities of person towing glider to hold prescribed glider tow rating.5,0002,000
Rule 91.709(b)Responsibilities of person towing glider regarding operation of aircraft and towing equipment.5,0002,000
Rule 91.709(c)Responsibilities of aircraft operator for aircraft to be equipped with prescribed towing equipment.5,0002,000
Rule 91.711(a)Responsibilities of pilot for towing objects other than gliders.5,0002,000
Rule 91.711(b)No pilot operating aircraft towing object other than glider may carry passengers.5,0002,000
Rule 91.753Responsibilities of aircraft operator: operating New Zealand registered aircraft outside New Zealand.5,00030,000
Rule 91.755(b)Responsibilities of aircraft operator: special rules for foreign aircraft operating in New Zealand under VFR.5,00030,000
Rule 91.755(c)Responsibilities of aircraft operator: special rules for foreign aircraft operating in New Zealand under IFR.5,00030,000
Rule 91.803Responsibilities of aircraft operator: noise restrictions on operation of prescribed aircraft.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 91.805(a)Responsibilities of aircraft operator: Director’s approval for aircraft operating over Mach 0.92.5,00030,000
Rule 91.805(b)Responsibilities of aircraft operator when aircraft is capable of operating over Mach 0.92.5,00030,000
Rule 91.805(c)Responsibilities of pilot-in-command when aircraft is capable of operating over Mach 0.92.5,0002,000
Rule 91.807Responsibilities of aircraft operator: engine emission restrictions on turbojet- or turbofan-powered aircraft.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Part 92Carriage of dangerous goods
Rule 92.7Person may not offer, accept, or carry dangerous goods by air except in accordance with Technical Instructions.4,00025,0001,0006,000
Rule 92.9(a)Person may not offer or accept forbidden dangerous goods for carriage by air.5,00030,000
Rule 92.13Person may not carry or cause to be carried dangerous goods aboard aircraft unless permitted by Technical Instructions.2,50015,0005006,000
Rule 92.15(a)Obligations of person offering article or substance for carriage by air: documentation.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 92.51(a)Packaging requirements for dangerous goods.5,00030,000
Rule 92.55Packing requirements for dangerous goods.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 92.57Marking requirements for dangerous goods.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 92.59Labelling requirements for dangerous goods.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 92.103Responsibilities of person offering dangerous goods for carriage by air.5,00030,0005003,000
Rule 92.105Person offering dangerous goods for carriage by air must provide operator with dangerous goods transport document.5,00030,0005003,000
Rule 92.153Responsibilities of operator: acceptance of dangerous goods for carriage by air.5,00030,0001,0006,000
Rule 92.155(1)Operator must carry out acceptance check of dangerous goods.2,50015,0001,0006,000
Rule 92.155(2) and (3)Operator must maintain and retain records of acceptance check.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 92.157(a)Operator may not carry dangerous goods in aircraft cabin or on flight deck.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 92.157(d)Operator must load certain dangerous goods only on cargo aircraft.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 92.159Responsibilities of operator: stowage of incompatible dangerous goods.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 92.161Responsibilities of operator: separation, segregation, and security of dangerous goods.2,50030,0001,00012,000
Rule 92.163Responsibilities of operator: inspection of dangerous goods before loading.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 92.165Responsibilities of operator: inspection of dangerous goods when unloading.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 92.167Responsibilities of operator where damage or leakage found on unloading.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 92.169(1)Operator must avoid handling package containing infectious substances that is damaged or leaking.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 92.169(2)Operator must inspect adjacent packages for contamination where package containing infectious substances is damaged or leaking.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 92.169(3)Where package containing infectious substances is damaged or leaking, operator must inform public health or veterinary authority.5,00030,0002,00012,000
Rule 92.169(4)Operator must notify consignor or consignee where package containing infectious substances is damaged or leaking.1,2507,5005003,000
Rule 92.171Responsibilities of operator where aircraft contaminated by radioactive materials.5,00030,0002,00012,000