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General Authority of Civil Aviation 1 Air Carriers & Operators In Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia has made a decision to liberalize the Civil Aviation Market.

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2 General Authority of Civil Aviation 1 Air Carriers & Operators In Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia has made a decision to liberalize the Civil Aviation Market in the Kingdom. The process started with NAS/NetJets and then the two new low cost carriers NAS Express & Sama and several other charter operators. The process consist of 5 Phases with 3 Gates

3 General Authority of Civil Aviation 2 The Phases / Gates Overview 1. Pre-Application Phase Gate 1 2. Formal Application Phase Gate 2 3. Document Compliance Phase 4. Demonstration and Inspection Phase Gate 3 5. Certification Phase

4 General Authority of Civil Aviation 3 APPLICATION PROCESS 121 / 125 / 135 AIR CARRIER/OPERATOR CERTIFICATION l The certification Process provides interaction between Applicant and GACA. from Initial Inquiry to Certificate Issuance l The process consist of 5 Phases with 3 Gates

5 General Authority of Civil Aviation 4 The Phases / Gates Overview 1. Pre-Application Phase Gate 1 2. Formal Application Phase Gate 2 3. Document Compliance Phase 4. Demonstration and Inspection Phase Gate 3 5. Certification Phase

6 General Authority of Civil Aviation 5 Pre-Application Phase / Gate 1 1. Submit Pre-Application Letter 2. Submit Pre-Application Statement of Intent 3. Attend Pre-Application Meeting If continuing l Make application for Economic Authority l Submit Key Management Resumes for review l Submit proposed Schedule of Events

7 General Authority of Civil Aviation 6 Formal Application Phase / Gate 2 Page 1 1. Submit Formal Application Letter 2. Facilities Selection for Training & Maintenance 3. Submit General Operations, Maintenance & Training Manuals 4. Submit Initial Compliance Statement 5. Submit Formal Schedule of Events 6. Submit Aircraft Purchase / Lease Documents

8 General Authority of Civil Aviation 7 Formal Application - Page 2 7. Submit; Airplane Flight Manual Minimum Equipment List Configuration Deviation List Airport Analysis Maintenance Technical Manuals 8. Attend Formal Application Meeting

9 General Authority of Civil Aviation 8 Document Compliance Phase 1. Submit draft Operations Specifications 2. Submit Maintenance & Training Contracts 3. Submit Proving Test Plan 4. GACA will review all previously submitted Manuals.

10 General Authority of Civil Aviation 9 Demonstration & Inspection Phase 1. Inspect Training Facilities, Schedules and Curriculums 2. Observe Training 3. Aircraft Conformity Inspections 4. Base of Operations Inspections 5. Maintenance Base Inspections 6. Records Review 7. Emergency Evacuation Demonstration 8. Aircraft Proving Test

11 General Authority of Civil Aviation 10 Gate 3 1. All Manuals reviewed, approved or accepted as required. 2. Training Programs Approved & Staff Trained 3. Maintenance Programs Approved & Conformity Checks completed. 4. All Facilities Evaluated 5. All Personnel Evaluated & Tested 6. Exemptions & Deviations request resolved. 7. Final Compliance Statement accepted. 8. Evacuation Demonstration Completed. 9. Proving Test schedule reviewed and accepted. 10. Proof of Economic Authority provided.

12 General Authority of Civil Aviation 11 Proving Flights Test 1. Minimum 25 Hours on normal routes 2. 5 Hours at Night Instrument Approaches

13 General Authority of Civil Aviation 12 Certification Phase 1. Issue Operations Specifications 2. Present Certificate

14 General Authority of Civil Aviation 13 This Certification CD l The following material is on this CD and may be used by the applicant to develop their own documentation and certification program. These are guidelines only, each operator must design their own documentation to fit their particular proposed operations.

15 General Authority of Civil Aviation 14 Certification CD Index Page Cert Video – This is an FAA Video illustrating the Part 121 & 135 certification process. This is an overview of how the certification works with the relevant phases Cert. Pack Helos – For those contemplating helicopter operations Part 121 Certification – Additional information and details for the Part 121 certification process Part 135 Certification - Additional information and details for the Part 135 certification process. 5. AC and AC Appendix 1-4– Advisory Circular providing guidance for all applicants for Part 121 & 135 Air Carriers. 6. AC125.1 – Advisory Circular providing guidance for all applicants for Part 125 Air Carriers. Operating large private aircraft for non-commercial purposes.

16 General Authority of Civil Aviation 15 Certification CD Index Page 2 1. Part 119 – Common regulations that apply to Part 121, 125 & 135 Air Carriers. 2. Part 121 – Regulations – Certification & operation of Flag, Domestic and Supplemental Air Carriers with large aircraft. 3. Part Regulations – Certification & Operation: Airplanes having a seating capacity greater than 20 or a payload greater than 6,000 pounds. 4. Part 135 – Regulations – Certification and operation of Commuter and On-Demand operations with small aircraft.

17 General Authority of Civil Aviation 16 THE END!


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