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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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JPN.CVR.001JapanAJXA6_I_6.3.2.3.2_CVR2022-02-012022-09-01

​Air Japan has acquired B787s for which the individual certificate of airworthiness was issued on or after 1 January 2022 and that are not yet 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the aircraft will not comply with existing Standards until the affected airplanes are retrofitted.The TE will be withdrawn once all aeroplanes affected by this TE are equipped with 25-hour CVRs, but no later than the end of the TE applicability period.

JPN.CVR.002JapanANAA6_I_6.3.2.3.2_CVR2022-02-012022-09-01

All Nippon Airways has acquired B787s for which the individual certificate of airworthiness was issued on or after 1 January 2022 and that are not yet 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 existing Standards 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 The TE will be withdrawn once all aeroplanes affected by this TE are equipped with 25-hour CVRs, but no later than the end of the TE applicability period.

JPN.CVR.003JapanANAA6_I_6.3.2.3.2_CVR2022-02-012022-09-01

All Nippon Airways has acquired B787s for which the individual certificate of airworthiness was issued on or after 1 January 2022 and that are not yet 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 existing Standards 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 The TE will be withdrawn once all aeroplanes affected by this TE are equipped with 25-hour CVRs, but no later than the end of the TE applicability period.
JPN.CVR.004JapanJALA6_I_6.3.2.3.2_CVR2022-02-012022-09-01

​JAPAN AIRLINES has acquired B787s for which the individual certificate of airworthiness was issued on or after 1 January 2022 and that are not yet 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 existing Standards 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.

JPN.CVR.005JapanTZPA6_I_6.3.2.3.2_CVR2022-02-012022-12-31

​ZIPAIR Tokyo has acquired B787s for which the individual certificate of airworthiness was issued on or after 1 January 2022 and that are not yet 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 existing Standards 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.

MEX.CVR.001MexicoAMXA6_I_6.3.2.3.2_CVR2022-01-012022-09-01

​Aeromexico has acquired a B787 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 aeroplane will not comply with the applicable ICAO Standard until the affected airplane is retrofitted.The TE will be withdrawn once the aeroplane affected by this TE is equipped with a 25-hour CVR, but no later than the end of the TE applicability period.

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.

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.

UKR.PEL.002UkraineA1_1.2.5.1.2_PEL2022-06-012022-12-31

​Due to the ongoing situation in Ukraine, the CAA is not in a position to issue authenticated license documents.

GBR.CVR.001United KingdomBAWA6_I_6.3.2.3.2_CVR2022-04-012023-03-31

​British Airway is due to take delivery of several B787's in 2022, that are not yet certified with 25-hour cockpit voice recording capability. The delay in equipping/certifying aeroplanes with a CVR capable of recording for 25 hours capability means that the affected aircraft will not be compliant with existing ICAO Standards and National Regulations. A targeted exemption has been issued to British Airways to cover the period of the anticipated delay in rectifying the non-compliance which is beyond the operator's control. The TE will be withdrawn once all affected aircraft have been suitably equipped aeroplanes.

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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