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Section 6 Reference to generic requirements GR in the notes. Section 7 Additional note for non commercial air transport. Section 8 Task 4 has an additional task description. Task 65 description rearranged, To comply with the European Regulations you are required to replace Edition 3 and 4 of the Light. Aircraft Maintenance Schedule CAA LAMS A 1999 Issue 1 and CAA LAMS H 1999 Issue 1 with. this Edition 5 CAA LAMS A 1999 Issue 2 and CAA LAMS H 1999 Issue 2 This becomes. effective at the time of the next scheduled maintenance inspection due on your aircraft following. receipt of this letter, Note Owners are reminded that all overhaul additional inspections and test periods as. specified in paragraph 7 of Section 3 to LAMS shall be recorded in CAP 543 or an appropriate. equivalent record system,Additional Information, The latest version of this document and all applicable amendments are available in electronic. format at www caa co uk publications, Additional copies of this edition in A4 and A5 may be obtained from. TSO PO Box 29 Norwich NR3 1GN www tso co uk bookshop. Telephone orders General enquiries 0870 600 5522 E mail book orders tso co uk. Fax orders 0870 600 5533 Textphone 0870 240 3701, Enquiries regarding this LTO should in the first instance be referred to your local CAA SRG.
Regional Office as shown below,AMSD Aberdeen 01224 793530. AMSD Gatwick 01293 828220,AMSD Heathrow 0208 2602950. AMSD Irvine 01294 204840,AMSD Luton 01582 410304,AMSD North East Midlands 01332 813400. AMSD Manchester 0161 4993055,AMSD Stansted 01279 466747. AMSD Weston Super Mare 01934 529850,Yours faithfully.
Head of Maintenance Requirements Policy Section,Ref 9 98 4 102 Continued 2 of 2 pages. Safety Regulation Group,Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes. CAA LAMS A 1999 Issue 2,Operator s Schedule Ref,Aeroplane Type Model. Engine Type,Propeller Type,Registration s,Operator s Name and Address. www caa co uk,Safety Regulation Group,Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes.
CAA LAMS A 1999 Issue 2,April 2005, CAP 411 Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes. Civil Aviation Authority 2005, All rights reserved Copies of this publication may be reproduced for personal use or for use within a company or organisation but may not otherwise be reproduced for. publication, To use or reference CAA publications for any other purpose for example within training material for students please contact the CAA at the address below for formal. ISBN 0 11790 406 6,First Published 1978,Second Edition September 1984. Third Edition March 1999 Note The third edition changed the CAA Approval Reference to CAA LAMS A 1999 Issue 1. Fourth Edition January 2005, Fifth Edition April 2005 Note The fifth edition changed the CAA Approval Reference to CAA LAMS A 1999 Issue 2.
Enquiries regarding the content of this publication should be addressed to. Maintenance Requirements and Policy Section Safety Regulation Group Civil Aviation Authority Aviation House Gatwick Airport South West Sussex RH6 0YR. The latest version of this document and all applicable amendments are available in electronic format at www caa co uk publications where you may also register for email. notification of amendments, Published by TSO The Stationery Office on behalf of the UK Civil Aviation Authority. Printed copy available from, TSO PO Box 29 Norwich NR3 1GN www tso co uk bookshop. Telephone orders General enquiries 0870 600 5522 E mail book orders tso co uk. Fax orders 0870 600 5533 Textphone 0870 240 3701, CAP 411 Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes. Amendment Record, Amendment Number Amendment Date Incorporated by Incorporated on. CAP 411 Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes. List of Effective Pages, Section Page Date Section Page Date Section Page Date.
iii April 2005 Section 8 12 April 2005,iv April 2005 Section 8 13 April 2005. Section 1 1 April 2005 Section 8 14 April 2005,Section 1 2 April 2005 Section 8 15 April 2005. Section 2 1 April 2005 Section 8 16 April 2005,Section 3 1 April 2005. Section 3 2 April 2005,Section 3 3 April 2005,Section 3 4 April 2005. Section 3 5 April 2005,Section 4 1 April 2005,Section 5 1 April 2005.
Section 5 2 April 2005,Section 6 1 April 2005,Section 6 2 April 2005. Section 7 1 April 2005,Section 7 2 April 2005,Section 7 3 April 2005. Section 8 1 April 2005,Section 8 2 April 2005,Section 8 3 April 2005. Section 8 4 April 2005,Section 8 5 April 2005,Section 8 6 April 2005. Section 8 7 April 2005,Section 8 8 April 2005,Section 8 9 April 2005.
Section 8 10 April 2005,Section 8 11 April 2005,April 2005 Page iii. CAP 411 Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes. Section 1 Amendments to the Schedule Section 5 Certification Non Commercial Air. Introduction 1 Transport, Revisions in this Edition 1 Certification of Maintenance Non Commercial Air. Transport 1,Section 2 Foreword,Pilot Maintenance 2. Applicability 1 Annual Check 2, Light Aircraft Maintenance 1 Certificate of Airworthiness Renewal Star Inspection 2. Section 3 Responsibilities and Standards Section 6 Check Cycle and Variations. Owner Operator Responsibilities 1 The Maintenance Check Cycle 1. Certifying Persons Responsibilities 1 Permitted Variations see Notes 1. General Inspection Standards 1,Section 7 Pre Flight.
Airworthiness Life Limitations, Retirement Scrap Lives 1 Pilot s Pre Flight Check 1. Airworthiness Directives 2 Check A Prior to First Flight of the Day 1. CAA Generic Requirements GRs 2 Section 8 Scheduled Maintenance. Overhaul Additional Inspections and Test Periods 2 Scheduled Maintenance Worksheets 1. Instructions for Continuing Airworthiness 2 Final Checks Include with all checks 2. Changes Repairs or Modifications 3 50 Hour Check Task Nos 1 45 3. Duplicate Inspections 3 150 Hour Check Include 50 Hour Check Items. Certificates of Release to Service 3 Task Nos 1 84 7. Scheduled Maintenance Worksheets 4 Annual Check Non Aligned Tasks Include 50 and. Definitions 4 150 Hour Check Items Task Nos 1 120 12. Section 4 Certification Commercial Air Transport,Certification of Maintenance. Commercial Air Transport 1, Certificate of Airworthiness Renewal Star Inspection 1. April 2005 Page iv, CAP 411 Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes. Section 1 Amendments to the Schedule,1 Introduction.
1 1 When necessary amendments to the schedule will be made by the CAA The owner operator will be notified in the form of replacement. pages bearing the amendment date and page affected On each page material differences from the previous issue will be indicated by. a marginal line, 1 2 CAA amendments must be incorporated in the schedule without delay and recorded on the Amendment Record in the front of this book. 2 Revisions in this Edition, 2 1 The fourth edition of the Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule was issued in January 2005 to account for the implementation of the. European Council Regulation EC No 1592 2002 and Commission Regulation 2042 2003 This fifth edition incorporates corrections to. errors discovered after publication of the fourth edition including clarification of cross references to the Air Navigation Order and changes. the CAA Approval Reference to CAA LAMS A 1999 Issue 2. 2 2 The changes incorporated at edition four included a number of changes in Sections 1 through 5 and some minor changes to Sections 6. 7 and 8 as listed below, Section 2 Reference to the applicable European Council requirements. Section 3 Addition of Airworthiness Life Limitations issued by EASA. Addition of Airworthiness Directives issued by EASA. Introduction of new CAA Generic Requirements which replace mandatory Airworthiness Notices. General Inspection Standards now include the remaining Airworthiness Notices. Inclusion of Additional Inspections Requirements in CAP 543 Time Limited Tasks Additional Inspections and Component. Change Record, Introduction of Instructions for Continuing Airworthiness replacing Service Information. Modifications reclassified as Changes, Additional definitions for Continuing Airworthiness Commercial Air Transport and Non Commercial Air Transport.
April 2005 Section 1 Page 1, CAP 411 Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes. Section 4 Reference to EASA Part 145 requirements for the issue of a Certificate of Release to Service CRS and Certificate of. Maintenance Review CMR, Additional note for commercial air transport aeroplanes operated in accordance with JAR OPS. Section 5 Reference to EASA Part 145 requirements for CRS and CMR. Acceptance of a Part 66 licence for CRS and CMR, Certificate of Maintenance Review requirements for aeroplanes with a National or EASA Certificate of Airworthiness. Clarification of pilot maintenance for aeroplanes operated for private purposes. Section 6 Generic Requirements added to Note 1, Section 7 Additional note for non commercial air transport. Section 8 Task 4 has an additional task description. Task 63 description rearranged,April 2005 Section 1 Page 2.
CAP 411 Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes. Section 2 Foreword,1 Applicability, 1 1 This schedule at edition 5 incorporates corrections to edition 4 which was published to address the implementation of the European. Parliament and Council Regulation EC No 1592 2002 as required at January 2005 Further amendments may be anticipated as required. to address continuing implementation of that Regulation. 1 2 This schedule is approved in accordance with Commission Regulation EC No 2042 2003 Annex 1 Part M and has been compiled in. accordance with M A 302 c 2 by the CAA, 1 3 Pursuant to article 10 1 a of the Air Navigation Order 2000 as amended and Part M the UK Civil Aviation Authority CAA hereby. approves subject to the conditions hereto the following maintenance schedule the schedule. CAA Approval Reference CAA LAMS A 1999 Issue 2, Aircraft Applicability Piston Engined Aeroplanes not exceeding 2730 kg MTWA. 1 4 The schedule addresses the scheduled maintenance requirements for aeroplanes used for Commercial Air Transport and Non. Commercial Air Transport and is applicable to EASA regulated aeroplanes as per EC No 1592 2002 article 4 and non EASA regulated. aeroplanes as per Annex II of EC No 1592 2002, 1 5 Aeroplanes using the schedule must be identified by completing the required details on the Cover Page and must use CAP 543 or an. appropriate equivalent to record Time Limited Tasks Additional Inspections and Component Changes. 1 6 Non compliance with any of the requirements of the schedule will invalidate the Certificate of Airworthiness insofar as it applies to a. particular aeroplane,2 Light Aircraft Maintenance, CAA Publication CAP 520 titled Light Aircraft Maintenance contains guidance material and a more detailed explanation of the intended.
application of the schedule,April 2005 Section 2 Page 1. CAP 411 Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes. Section 3 Responsibilities and Standards,1 Owner Operator Responsibilities. Owners operators are responsible for the accomplishment of the maintenance prescribed in the schedule. 2 Certifying Persons Responsibilities, 2 1 Certifying persons must use their engineering skill and judgement in determining the depth of inspection needed and other matters. which could affect the airworthiness of the aeroplane In order to claim any alleviation on subsequent inspections the aeroplane. maintenance records must record the extent of previous inspections upon which the alleviation is based. 2 2 Certifying persons are responsible for recording in the appropriate log book or worksheet any defects deficiencies or additional. maintenance required as a result of implementation of the schedule. 3 General Inspection Standards, 3 1 The general inspection standards applied to individual task inspections must meet the recommended standards and practices of the. organisation responsible for the type design and are normally published in maintenance manuals. 3 2 In the absence of general inspection standards refer to CAA CAP 562 Civil Aircraft Airworthiness Information and Procedures CAAIP. or other CAA recommended standards and practices i e Airworthiness Notices. NOTE Airworthiness Notices should be assessed for applicability and where necessary included in this Maintenance Programme. 3 3 Inspections may be carried out without component removal or dismantling unless considered necessary or where required by the. 4 Airworthiness Life Limitations Retirement Scrap Lives. 4 1 Airworthiness life limitations shall be those published by EASA the CAA and the state of design Type Certificate or Supplementary Type. Certificate Holder, 4 2 Airworthiness life limitations shall be recorded in CAP 543 Time Limited Task Additional Inspections and Component Change Record.
or an appropriate equivalent,April 2005 Section 3 Page 1. CAP 411 Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes. 5 Airworthiness Directives, 5 1 All applicable Airworthiness Directives issued by EASA the CAA and any applicable Third Country Airworthiness Authority which is. responsible for the state of design must be complied with. 5 2 Compliance with Airworthiness Directives shall be recorded in the aeroplane log books Part C of CAPs 398 399 and 400 or an approved. equivalent,6 CAA Generic Requirements GRs, All applicable mandatory CAA Generic Requirements CAP 747 must be complied with Compliance with CAA GRs shall be recorded in. Part C of the relevant log books reference CAPs 398 399 and 400 or an approved equivalent. 7 Overhaul Additional Inspections and Test Periods. 7 1 Overhaul additional inspections and test periods shall be those recommended by the organisation responsible for the type design. 7 2 EASA and the CAA may vary or mandate overhaul and test periods and additional inspections by the issue of an Airworthiness Directive. or CAA GR Note Airworthiness Notice 35 and GR No 17 relate to engines and propellers respectively. 7 3 The overhaul additional inspections and test periods shall be recorded in CAP 543 Time Limited Task Additional Inspections and. Component Change Record or an appropriate equivalent. 8 Instructions for Continuing Airworthiness, 8 1 Instructions for continuing airworthiness consist of inservice data published by type design organisations and must be considered by the. owner operator in addition to this maintenance schedule in order to ensure the approved maintenance schedule remains valid for the. aeroplane listed, 8 2 Instructions for continuing airworthiness Service Bulletins Service Letters etc should be formally technically assessed by the owner.
operator and adopted if required to ensure operational safety and reliability. 8 3 Instructions for continuing airworthiness applicable to this aeroplane shall be included in CAP 543 Time Limited Task Additional. Inspections and Component Change Record or appropriate equivalent and form part of this maintenance schedule. April 2005 Section 3 Page 2, CAP 411 Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes. 8 4 Compliance with adopted continuing airworthiness information shall be recorded in Part C of CAPs 398 399 and 400 or an approved. equivalent,9 Changes Repairs or Modifications, 9 1 Approved changes which have been carried out to the aeroplane engine propeller components and radio after original manufacture. must be recorded in the appropriate log book s, 9 2 Any recurring inspection or maintenance task resulting from approved changes shall be recorded in CAP 543 Time Limited Task. Additional Inspections and Component Change Record or an appropriate equivalent. 10 Duplicate Inspections, When required to perform a critical task inspection or following initial assembly or disturbance of a control system or vital point the. procedures outlined in British Civil Airworthiness Requirements BCAR Section A B Chapter A6 2 B6 2 and A5 3 B5 3 shall be applied. Certifications must be recorded in the appropriate worksheet log book or aeroplane technical log. 11 Certificates of Release to Service, 11 1 On completion of any check required by the schedule including any additional or out of phase inspections resulting from the review of.
instructions for continued airworthiness see Section 3 paragraph 8 except pilot maintenance see Section 5 and Check A see Section. 7 an entry shall be made in Column 6 of CAP 398 Aircraft Log Book CAP 399 Engine Log Book or CAP 400 Variable Pitch Propeller Log. Book or an approved equivalent The certifying person s signature authority and date must be made in Column 7 against the relevant. category Airframe Engine Propeller Radio, 11 2 The following is an example of an entry acceptable to the CAA. Company Name if required Approval No if required Airframe. Cross refer to workpack ref, 50 hr 150 hr Annual Check Star Inspection delete as appropriate has been carried out to my Engine Propeller. satisfaction at total airframe hours, Maintenance Schedule Ref CAA LAMS A 1999 Issue 2 Radio Annual check only. April 2005 Section 3 Page 3, CAP 411 Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule Aeroplanes. 11 3 A Certificate of Release to Service is required for all tasks accomplished to satisfy the requirements of Section 3 paragraphs 5 6 7 8 9. 11 4 Where pilot maintenance has been performed there is a need for assessment and re certification the issue of a Certificate of Release. to Service as necessary prior to the aeroplane being operated for the purposes of Commercial Air Transport Public Transport or Aerial. 12 Scheduled Maintenance Worksheets, 12 1 Worksheets shown in Section 8 must be issued and the tasks certified for all scheduled maintenance checks These worksheets become.
part of the maintenance records required to be kept by the owner operator. 12 2 All maintenance carried out in connection with a particular check should be certified on suitably referenced worksheets and included in. the aeroplane records These worksheets must be cross referenced in the appropriate log book s giving general details of the additional. maintenance carried out,13 Definitions, 13 1 Throughout the schedule the following terms and abbreviations have the stated definitions. Service Lubrication Service Lub, The term Service or Lubrication requires that a component or system should be serviced and or replenished as necessary with fuel oil. grease water oxygen etc to a condition specified in the appropriate maintenance manual The term Service may also be used to. require filter cleaning or replacement,Inspect Insp. An Inspection is a visual check performed externally or internally in suitable lighting conditions from a distance considered necessary. to detect unsatisfactory conditions discrepancies using where necessary inspection aids such as mirrors torches a magnifying glass. etc Surface cleaning and removal of detachable cowlings panels covers and fabric may be required to be able to satisfy the inspection. requirements,Operational Check OP C, An Operational Check is a test used to determine that a system or component or any function thereof is operating normally. Functional Check F C, A Functional Check is a detailed examination of a complete system sub system or component to determine if operating parameters.
are within limits of range of movement rate of flow temperature pressure revolutions per minute degrees of travel etc as specified. in the appropriate maintenance manual Measured parameters should be recorded.


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