BBA in Aviation and Travel

Aircraft Rules

Course ID
IIMT University, Meerut

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Course Objectives:

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Unit I

Civil Aviation Regulations Authority:
DGCA,Introduction to Directorate General of Civil Aviation- DGCA functions- DGCA Organization-DGCA as Regulatory Authority

Unit II

Aircraft Act: Aircraft Act 1934.

Unit III

Aircraft Rules: The Aircraft Rules 1937.

Unit IV

National Legislation:
The Air corporations Act, 1953 (27 of 1953) -The Air Corporations (Transfer of Undertakings and Repeal) Ordinance, 1994(4 of 1994) -The Air Corporations (Transfer of Undertakings and Repeal) Act, 1994 (13 of 1994) -The International Airports Authority of India act, 1971 (43 of 1971) -The National Airports Authority of India, 1985 (64 of 1985) -The Airports Authority of India Act 1994 (55 of 1994) -The Carriage by Air Act, 1972 (69 of 1972) -The Tokyo Convention Act, 1975 (20 of 1975) -The Anti-hijacking Act, 1982 (65 of 1975) -The suppression of unlawful acts against safety of Civil Aviation Act, 1982 (66 of 1982).

Unit V

International Conventions:
The Chicago conventions, 1944 -The International Air Services Transit Agreement, 1944 -The International Air Transport Agreement, 1944 -The Warsaw Conventions, 1920 -The Geneva Convention, 1948 -The Rome Convention, 1952 -The Tokyo Convention, 1963.

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Reference / Textbooks:

1. Aircraft manual (India) volume – latest edition, the English bookstore, 17‐l, Connaught circus, New Delhi.
2. Civil aviation requirements with latest amendment (section 2 airworthiness) – published by DGCA, the English bookstore, 17‐l, Connaught circus, New Delhi.
3. Aeronautical information circulars (relating to airworthiness) from DGCA.
4. Advisory circulars from DGCA.

Course Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of the course, Students will be able to
CO 1:   Interpret the Regulatory Framework.
CO 2:   Explain the Procedure of Aircraft Certification.
CO 3:   Compare the features of National and International Requirements.
CO 4:   Describe the Continuing Airworthiness in an aircraft.
CO 5:   Identify the various Safety Management System and its operation in an aircraft.