The reference books for various categories of AME Examination has been reviewed
and a revised up-dated list of reference books is published on DGCA website for the benefit
of candidates desirous for appearing in AME Examination.
DGCA published draft CAR M rev.1 on its website and has invited comments by 18.10.2014. Salient features of this revision are:
1. The requirements, related AMCs and GMs have been brought together for easy
2. Subsequent to the above arrangement, the Appendices have also been separated as “Appendices to CAR M” and “Appendices to AMCs and GMs”.
3. Reference to AME licenses as pre- CAR 66 have been replaced with post CAR
-66 terminologies. Continue
All part numbers of safety belts and torso restraint systems installed on any aircraft where dynamically tested seats are required in accordance with airworthiness requirements like the European Certification Specifications (CS), or JAR/FAR, paragraphs 23.562, 25.562, 27.562 and 29.562, if safety belts and torso restraint systems have been maintained or repaired after 28 September 2003 by maintenance organizations not holding the applicable maintenance data of the relevant approval holders, unless they are marked with European Parts Approval (EPA). Continue..........
TCAS/ACAS : A traffic collision avoidance system (TCAS), also known as an airborne collision avoidance system, is a combination of radio and computer that ‘interrogates’ the transponders of nearby aircraft, obtains information on their speed, height and direction, and computes whether there is any risk of collision. TCAS systems issue two levels of alert to pilots. A traffic advisory lets the pilot know other aircraft are nearby and could pose a collision hazard if they change course or speed. A resolution advisory is an instruction, delivered in stern and simple words, to take action to avoid a likely collision. There are also visual prompts on flight displays. For more .......................