SPA.10 Command Clearance – The Simple Guide

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Supplement to AC 003/2017 – Flight with Non-Standard . CRE. Military Air Operator Flexibility Provisions. DASR Update Sep . 17. Method 1: MEL/CDL. Method 2: No MEL/CDL… Deferred Defect. Method 3: CAMO Management (Detailed . ID: 642834 Download Presentation

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SPA.10 Command Clearance – The Simple Guide

Supplement to AC 003/2017 – Flight with Non-Standard

CRE

Military Air Operator Flexibility Provisions

DASR Update Sep

17

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Method 1: MEL/CDL

Method 2: No MEL/CDL… Deferred Defect

Method 3: CAMO Management (Detailed

AVRM

)

Method 4: SPA.10.a Command Clearance (Deliberate

AVRM

)

Method 5: SPA.10.b Command Clearance (Immediate

AVRM

)

Flight configured with non-standard CRE

Flight configured within standard CRE

1

Use of MEL or deferred defect revalidates the

MCoA

.

MPTF

supplements the MCoA.

2

3

Similar to a

MPTF

, the Command Clearance supplements the

MCoA

, thus revalidating it.

4

5

MCoA

(TC, ICA, AD) + CRS = aircraft can be operated

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Flight configured within standard

CRE

The ‘blank space’ represents a situation whereby the aircraft is not presented in the configuration, role, or environment IAW the type design certification basis, thus requires a continuing airworthiness outcome to ‘patch’ the deficiency. The ‘patch’ re-validates the

MCoA

.

If a Military Permit to Fly is issued (Method 3), this instrument supplements and subsequently revalidates the

MCoA

.

Methods 1, 2 and 3 are considered ‘standard continuing airworthiness practices’.

Methods 4 and 5 provide flexibility for military air operators to operate an aircraft outside of its certified configuration

, role and environment.

Regulated under DASR SPA.10, a Command Clearance, when authorised, will supplement (revalidate) a

MCoA .

MCoA

(TC, ICA, AD) + CRS = aircraft can be operated

Flight configured with non-standard CRE

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Method 1: MEL/CDL

Flight configured within standard

CRE

1

MCoA

(TC, ICA, AD) + CRS = aircraft can be operated

F

light configured with non-standard

CRE

Application of MEL/CDL revalidates the

MCoA

. These are considered ‘pre-approved’ deferred defects and require both engineering and operator consultation.

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Method 2: No MEL/CDL… Deferred Defect

Flight configured within standard

CRE

2

MCoA

(TC, ICA, AD) + CRS = aircraft can be operated

F

light configured with non-standard

CRE

Application of a deferred defect revalidates the

MCoA

. These

are

considered on a case by case basis as required, and may require engineering consultation with operators.

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Method 3: CAMO Management (Detailed

RM

)

Flight configured within standard

CRE

3

MCoA

(

TC

, ICA, AD) + CRS = aircraft can be operated

F

light configured with non-standard

CRE

Options available under this method include a

maintenance interval

extension or seeking an approved repair; both

revalidate the

MCoA

. The use of a

MPTF

supplements the MCoA. Military Air Operators are afforded the flexibility to operate an aircraft with one or multiple MPTF issued. A MPTF may be issued against a particular aircraft tail number, the fleet, or a type/sub fleet, as required.

Note: ‘defect rectification’ would restore the standard CRE

, thus validating the MCoA.

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Method 4: SPA.10.a Command Clearance (Deliberate

AVRM

)

Flight configured within standard

CRE

4

MCoA

(TC, ICA, AD) + CRS = aircraft can be operated

F

light configured with non-standard

CRE

DASR SPA.10 Command Clearance – Deliberate

AVRM

. The situation or context for flight needs to justify progression through to this method, and it is generally the availability of time that allows the conduct of deliberate risk management.

All

reasonable knowledge

of identified risks and controls available should

be obtained. T

he approver needs

to be satisfied all reasonable effort was made, within context, to satisfy a deliberate risk

assessment and that any risk has been eliminated or minimised SFARP. A record of any approval must be made available to the Authority, if requested. The Command Clearance supplements the

MCoA.

Note: A Command Clearance is not issued by the Authority.

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Method 5: SPA.10.b Command Clearance (Immediate

AVRM

)

Flight configured within standard

CRE

5

MCoA

(TC, ICA, AD) + CRS = aircraft can be operated

F

light configured with non-standard

CRE

DASR SPA.10 Command Clearance – Immediate

AVRM

. The situation or context for flight needs to justify progression through to this method, and it is generally the lack of sufficient time that requires the conduct of immediate risk management.

All

reasonable knowledge of

identified risks and controls available

should be obtained. T

he approver needs

to be satisfied all reasonable effort was made, within context, to satisfy

an immediate

risk assessment and that any risk has been eliminated or minimised SFARP. A record of any approval must be made available to the Authority, if requested. The Command Clearance supplements the

MCoA. Note: A Command Clearance is not issued by the Authority.

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DASR SPA.10 Command

Clearance (Update Sep 17)

10

a. The

MAO must

maintain a

Command Clearance

management system

for approval to operate an aviation system outside the system’s configuration, role, environment, limitation or condition.

b. The

Command Clearance management system shall

specify the requirements

for the completion

of a risk assessment

prior to issue a Command Clearance.

c. The

MAO must

ensure

records

of Command Clearance decisions

are available

to the Authority

.

Notes:

The command chain is responsible to approve a command clearance; they are not ‘issued’ by the Authority

.

The level of ‘command’ that may approve such a clearance should be advised by the relevant MAO in applicable

OIP

(

SIs

,

OPORD

,

TASKORD

, etc

…); it does not necessarily always reside with the Accountable Manager

A record of any approved command clearance should be made available to the Authority, if requestedIf the risks can not be eliminated or minimised

SFARP, then flight should not be approved.A command clearance needs to be ‘defendable’, and not given to alleviate a situation of inconvenience

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