GENERAL RULES FOR OPERATION MANUAL

Cabin Safety Procedures Manual & Manuals to be carried CSPM contains SOPs, Emergency Procedures, A/C Type Specific, First Aid, Survival etc and all necessary information’s for a safe operation. Operations Manuals to be carried Airline shall ensure that:
  1. The current parts of the Operations Manual Part (A, B, C, D and CSPM) relevant to the duties of the crew are onboard each flight.
  2. Those parts of the Operations Manual which are required for the conduct of a flight are easily accessible to the crew on board the airplane and
  3. The current Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) is carried in the airplane
  4. The HCAA may permit the information detailed in sub-paragraph above, or parts thereof, to be presented in a form other than on printed paper. An acceptable standard of accessibility, usability and reliability must be assured.
Additional Documents Carried a. Airline shall ensure that, in addition to the documents and manuals prescribed above the following information and forms, relevant to the type and area of operation, are carried on each flight: 1.Operational Flight Plan 2.Airplane Technical Log 3.Details of the filed ATS flight plan 4.Appropriate NOTAM  briefing documentation 5.Appropriate meteorological information
  1. Mass and balance documentation
  1. Notification of special categories of passenger such as security personnel, if not considered as crew, handicapped persons, inadmissible passengers, deportees and persons in custody
8.Notification of special loads including dangerous goods including written information to the commander 9.Current maps and charts 10.Any other documentation which may be required by the States concerned with this flight, such as cargo manifest, passenger manifest etc and
  1. Forms to comply with the reporting requirements of the Authority and the operator. b. The HCAA may permit the information detailed in sub-paragraph (a) above, or parts thereof, to be   presented in a form other than on printed paper. An acceptable standard of accessibility, usability and   reliability must be assured.
Information to be Retained on the Ground
  1. Airline shall ensure that
  2. At least for the duration of each flight or series of flights;
→Information relevant to the flight and appropriate for the type of operation is preserved on the ground and →The information is retained until it has been duplicated at the place at which it will be stored or, if this is impracticable →The same information is carried in a fireproof container in the airplane.
  1. The information referred to in subparagraph (a) above includes:
  2. A copy of the operational flight plan where appropriate
  3. Copies of the relevant part(s) of the aeroplane technical log
  4. Route specific NOTAM documentation if specifically edited by the operator
  5. Mass and balance documentation and Special loads notification
  6. Security check form
Compliance Airline Operations Manuals has been prepared in accordance with the conditions contained in the Air Operator Certificate (AOC) and in compliance with the relevant EASA regulations (COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 965/2012, COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 290/2012,COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 1178/2011) and Hellenic Civil Aviation Rules and ICAO Standards.  
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