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Correctly completed TEs are provided as attachments on the TE list below. No discrimination has been made on the basis of whether mitigations have been appropriately identified in accordance with the guidance.


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Note:  Automatic filtering of the list entries for TEs will ensure that only TEs that have not expired (current and future) will be shown to the States when looking for information on existing exemptions.


  
  
  
  
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AUS.PPC.001AustraliaA6_I_9.4.4.1_PPC2021-08-112022-03-31

​All Global Express simulators utilised by ExecuJet are located out of Australia and due to travel restrictions ExecuJet is unable to conduct training for its Global Express Pilots. Operations need to continue while suitable alternative PPC are put in place or pilots can return to the usual simulators. 

AUS.PPC.003AustraliaA6_I_9.4.4.1_PPC2021-09-242022-01-31

​Brenzil uses training centres in the USA and France for its Falcon 7X Pilot Proficiency Checks, which are currently impossible to access due to Australian Government COVID-19 travel restrictions.

AUS.PPC.004AustraliaA6_I_9.4.4.1_PPC2021-10-012022-02-28

​There are no G650 simulators located in Australia and with the Australian International border effectively closed Little Aviation’s is facing increased difficulty in accessing their approved G650 simulator training facilities at CAE Dubai due to Covid-19 related travel restrictions/quarantine requirements imposed by the Australian Government.


Flight crew are not exempt from the passenger cap into Australia and if they can secure return flights to Australia they then must undergo mandatory14 day hotel quarantine before being able to return to work.

AUS.PPC.005AustraliaQFAA6_I_9.4.4.1_PPC2021-10-182022-03-31

​Qantas may have difficulties in complying with proficiency check requirements due to the inability of personnel to travel to the operator’s training facilities as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.

AUS.PPC.006AustraliaTMNA6_I_9.4.4.1_PPC2021-08-092022-03-31

​Tasman Cargo Airlines operates one B767-300F aircraft and utilises a Qantas B767-300F FSTD located in New South Wales, Australia. This simulator is not possible to access as the Government of New Zealand has issued a 'Do Not travel' notice for NZ residents not to travel to NSW due to an escalation in Covid cases. TCA carries essential freight between Australia and New Zealand and operations must be sustained while alternative arrangements for undertaking proficiency checks is put in place. The reason for this Targeted Exemption are restrictions that have been put in place due to Covid-19.

BTN.PPC.001BhutanDRKA6_I_9.4.4.1_PPC2021-08-012022-02-28

​There is no ATO for simulator training within Bhutan and access to the ATO in Thailand has become  difficult due to travel restriction and rise in COVID-19 cases in the region

BTN.PPC.002BhutanDRKA6_I_9.4.4.1_PPC2021-07-012022-02-28

​There is no ATO for simulator training within Bhutan and access to the ATO in Thailand has become  difficult due to travel restriction and rise in COVID-19 cases in the region

BTN.PPC.003BhutanBTNA6_I_9.4.4.1_PPC2021-07-012022-02-28

​There is no ATO facilities within Bhutan for simulator training and access to the ATO in Thailand has become difficult due to rising COVID-19 cases and travel restrictions in the region.

CAN.PEL.002CanadaA1_1.2.5.1.2_PEL2021-07-022022-01-31

​Due to the ongoing Provincial shut downs, delays in the processing of licensing application have been experienced.  This exemption allows the pilot to keep exercising the temporary privileges that they had already been given until they receive their new licensing label.

PNG.PPC.001Papua New GuineaANGA6_I_9.4.4.1_PPC2021-08-132022-08-12

​There is no ATO for simulator training within Papua New Guinea and access to Boeing 767, 737 and Fokker 100/70 simulator facilities in Australia and Singapore has become difficult due to travel restrictions and rise in COVID-19 cases within the region.

PHL.PPC.001PhilippinesPALA6_I_9.4.4.1_PPCREC2021-04-012022-03-31

​PAL is unable to perform the required recurrent training to meet the Authority’s requirements regarding the flight crew training program elements in accordance with the ICAO SARPs due to travel restrictions imposed by other States and irregularity and unpredictability of scheduled flights to the simulator training venues as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic; affected flight training requirements include, but are not limited to, the use of FSTD / full flight simulators.

PHL.PPC.002PhilippinesGAPA6_III_7.4.3.1_PPC2021-04-012022-03-31

​PAL Express is unable to perform the required recurrent training to meet the Authority’s requirements regarding the flight crew training program elements in accordance with the ICAO SARPs due to travel restrictions imposed by other States and irregularity and unpredictability of scheduled flights to the simulator training venues as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic; affected flight training requirements include, but are not limited to, the use of FSTD / full flight simulators,

PHL.REC.002PhilippinesPALA6_I_9.4.2.1_REC2021-04-012022-03-31

​PAL is encountering difficulties in complying with recency requirements due to reduced flight operations and inaccessibility of B777 flight simulators abroad due to travel

PHL.REC.003PhilippinesPALA6_I_9.4.1.1_RECPPC2021-10-212022-03-31

​PAL is encountering difficulties in complying with recency requirements due to reduced flight operations and inaccessibility of B777 flight simulators abroad due to travel

SGP.CVR.001SingaporeSIAA6_I_6.3.2.3.2_CVR2021-12-312022-12-31

​Singapore Airlines has acquired Boeing 787s, for which the individual certificate of airworthiness will be issued on or after 1 January 2022, that are not yet certified with 25 hours of cockpit voice recording capability. While the delay in equipping aeroplanes with 25 hours of cockpit voice recording capability does not render the Certificate of Airworthiness invalid, the aircraft will not comply with existing Standards until the affected airplanes are retrofitted. The TE will be withdrawn once all aeroplanes affected by this TE are equipped with 25 hours of cockpit voice recording capability, but no later than the end of the TE applicability period.

SGP.CVR.002SingaporeNPDA6_I_6.3.2.3.2_CVR2021-12-312022-12-31

​Scoot TIgerair has acquired Boeing 787s, for which the individual certificate of airworthiness will be issued on or after 1 January 2022, that are not yet certified with 25 hours of cockpit voice recording capability. While the delay in equipping aeroplanes with 25 hours of cockpit voice recording capability does not render the Certificate of Airworthiness invalid, the aircraft will not comply with existing Standards until the affected airplanes are retrofitted. The TE will be withdrawn once all aeroplanes affected by this TE are equipped with 25 hours of cockpit voice recording capability, but no later than the end of the TE applicability period.

USA.CVR.001United StatesUALA6_I_6.3.2.3.2_CVR2022-01-012022-09-01

​United Airlines has acquired B787s for which the individual certificate of airworthiness will be issued on or after 1 January 2022 and that may not yet be equipped with 25-hour cockpit voice recorders (CVRs). While the delay in equipping aeroplanes with 25-hour CVRs does not render the Certificate of Airworthiness invalid, the aircraft will not comply with the applicable Standard until the affected airplanes are retrofitted. The TE will be withdrawn once all aeroplanes affected by this TE are equipped with 25-hour CVRs, but no later than the end of the TE applicability period.

USA.CVR.002United StatesAALA6_I_6.3.2.3.2_CVR2022-01-012022-09-01

​American Airlines has acquired B787s for which the individual certificate of airworthiness will be issued on or after 1 January 2022 and that may not yet be equipped with 25-hour cockpit voice recorders (CVRs). While the delay in equipping aeroplanes with 25-hour CVRs does not render the Certificate of Airworthiness invalid, the aircraft will not comply with the applicable ICAO Standard until the affected airplanes are retrofitted. The TE will be withdrawn once all aeroplanes affected by this TE are equipped with 25-hour CVRs, but no later than the end of the TE applicability period.

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