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15. Operations S.I. 61 of 2006 1. General Application These regulations apply to :- - aircraft registered in Ireland, wherever such aircraft may be - aircraft.

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1 15. Operations S.I. 61 of General Application These regulations apply to :- - aircraft registered in Ireland, wherever such aircraft may be - aircraft registered in another country when in or over Ireland

2 15. Operations Responsibilities of the Pilot in Command (PIC) -1 Before a flight, the PIC must be satisfied that the flight may be safely made with regard to: His/her own fitness and capabilities to undertake the flight, including a spare pair of glasses if worn The route to be flown Aerodromes to be used, including alternates Current and forecast weather. The PIC will not commence a flight unless forecast weather conditions are good enough for completion of the flight The airworthiness of the aircraft The serviceability of all instruments and communication/navigation/safety equipment required for the planned flight (see slide) The weight and balance limits of the aircraft Fuel and oil sufficient to complete the planned flight taking into account forecast weather, diversions requiring extra fuel, holds and overshoots, and a 45 minute reserve. The electrical supply system is serviceable and adequate The removal of any frost, ice and snow that might affect the performance, monitoring of performance or handling of the aircraft

3 15. Operations Responsibilities of the Pilot in Command (PIC) - 2 During a flight, the PIC is responsible for: Complying with all relevant laws, regulations and procedures of the State in which the aircraft is operating The operation and safety of the aircraft and of all persons on board during flight time Ensuring that all flight checks are complied with Landing at the earliest safe opportunity if a defect occurs that affects the safety of the aircraft, and not taking off again until the defect is rectified and a certificate of release to service issued Being aware of all essential information about search and rescue services in the area over which the aircraft flying Reporting any hazardous flight conditions After a flight, the PIC is responsible for: Completion of the flight log Reporting any defects Reporting any accident resulting in injury or death to any person or substantial damage to the aircraft or property

4 15. Operations Documents to be onboard the aircraft The following documents should be onboard the aircraft when in flight, unless the flight starts from and ends at the same aerodrome without leaving the State: Certificate of Registration Certificate of Airworthiness Flight Manual Noise Certificate Intercepted aircraft procedures Radio Station Licence Cargo manifest (if relevant)


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