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Regulation: Withdrawn MAA regulatory notices (RN)

Military Aviation Authority

January 14
11:15 2020

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Published 14 November 2014
Last updated 14 January 2020 +show all updates
  1. MAA/RN/2018/09 Publication of Regulatory Article (RA) 2370 Test and Evaluation, MAA/RN/2018/05 Flying Display Directors Information Note, MAA/RN/2018/03 Advance notice of re-categorisation of aviation activities within the Defence Air Environment and implementation of Niteworks Air System safety case recommendations (MAA01, RA 1120 series and RA 1205), MAA/RN/2017/02 Design approved organization scheme joint MAA-CAA audit teams, MAA/RN/2015/09 (D MAA) Clarification of responsibilities of flying display directors, airshow organizers,heads of establishment, aviation duty holders and accountable managers (military flying) and MAA/RN/2015/07 (D MAA) Interpretation and implementation of manual of aerodrome design and safeguarding (MADS)specifications and criteria have all been withdrawn.
  2. MAA/RN/2016/05 - Progress Update - Review of MAA Regulatory Publications (MRP) Continuing Airworthiness Engineering (CAE) 4000 Series and Manual of Maintenance and Airworthiness Processes 01 (MAP-01) and MAA/RN/2018/06 - Regulatory Article 1000 Series Coherence and Consistency Review Tranche 2 have been withdrawn.
  3. MAA/RN/2019/07: Request for comments on proposed Aerodrome Rescue Firefighting Regulations has been withdrawn.
  4. MAA/RN/2016/10: Review of RA 5600 Series and withdrawal of AP100E-01A, -01B, -02 and Def Stan 28-8, MAA/RN/2018/01: Regulatory Article (RA) 1000 Series coherence and consistency review and MAA/RN/2018/07: MAA Regulation Division Programme of Work - Financial Year (FY) 18-19 have all been added to the withdrawn table.
  5. MAA/RN/2018/08 - Publication of Regulatory Articles (RA) 3500-3599 has been withdrawn.
  6. MAA/RN/2018/02 has been added to the withdrawn table and been superseded by MAA/RN/2019/01.
  7. MAA/RN/2017/06 has been added to the withdrawn table and been superseded by MAA/RN/2018/08.
  8. MAA/RN/2018/04 has been added to the withdrawn table and been superseded by MAA/RN/2018/09.
  9. MAA/RN/2017/04 has been added to the withdrawn table and been superseded by MAA/RN/2018/07.
  10. MAA/RN/2017/05: MAA Regulatory Publications Additional Supporting Material for Regulatory Article (RA) 2220 Maintenance Test Flights has been added to the withdrawn table, superseded by RA 2220 Issue 3.
  11. MAA/RN/2017/03 has been added to the withdrawn table, superseded by RA 3302 Issue 2.
  12. MAA/RN/2016/04 has been added to the withdrawn table and been superseded by MAA/RN/2017/04.
  13. MAA/RN/2016/06 has been withdrawn as the relevant information is now captured within the MAA01 and MAA03 as appropriate
  14. The following RN's have been added to the withdrawn table: MAA/RN/2014/02 (D Tech) Review of MRP DME 5000 Series and Integration of EMAR Part 21 and MAA/RN/2016/02 Introducing the concept of an air system co-ordinating design organization
  15. The following RN's have been added to the withdrawn table:MAA/RN/2014/06 (D Tech) Remotely Piloted Air Systems (RPAS) Regulatory Framework; MAA/RN/2015/03 (D Ops) Defence Safety Authority (DSA) Formation and the Effect on the MAA; MAA/RN/2015/10(D Tech) Updating the Airworthiness Competence Set (ACS) 02 September 2015; MAA/RN/2015/12 MAA Regulatory Publications (MRP) Part M Transition Arrangements 16 September 2015
  16. MAA/RN/2015/11 (D TECH) - Review of MRP Continuing Airworthiness Engineering (CAE) 4000 Series and Manual of Maintenance and Airworthiness Processes 01 (MAP-01) has been added to the withdrawn table.
  17. MAA/RN/2015/14 (D TECH) MAA decision on implementation of european military aviation requirements (EMARs) 147 and 66 into the MAA regulatory publications (MRP) has been added to the withdrawn table.
  18. Withdrawn RN table updated - RN/08/11 and RN/03/12 added to table as ommited
  19. MAA/RN/2015/06 (D TECH) Airborne equipment (AE) and airborne forces (AF) regulation has been added to the withdrawn table.

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