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Terms and Conditions

Category: Training Published: Monday, 22 November 2010 Written by Super User
  • General

    ·         Each flight assessment is to be carried out by a Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand qualified and approved Flight Examiner to the following terms and conditions. 

    ·         The aircraft shall be:

    1.      Airworthy, fuelled and equipped for the planned flight.

    2.      Have a valid Certificate of Airworthiness and Release to Service.

    3.      Insured for the type of activity and to absolve the Flight Examiner and Flight Test NZ Ltd of liability in the event of aircraft, personnel and third party damage, other than in the case of negligence of Flight Test NZ Ltd or its Flight Examiner(s).

    4.      Fitted with fully functional dual controls and equipped with a suitable means of communication between candidate and Flight Examiner.

    5.      Fitted with instrumentation essential for the flight and the planned flight rules. These are to be visible to the examiner without excessive parallax error. (the Flight Examiner will determine the interpretation of excessive).

    ·         Except for circumstances allowed within Civil Aviation Rules where the Flight Examiner takes control, the Candidate is the Pilot in Command

    ·         Candidate and Flight Examiner are to be rated on the aircraft, appropriately licenced and unless provided for within Civil Aviation Rules, have a valid medical.

    ·         Training courses shall be conducted by a company and, where applicable, a CAA approved instructor.

     

    Flight Assessments

    ·         When conducting competency check(s) the Flight Examiner shall have access to operational manual(s) and training records of the candidate as required.

    ·         Prior to the check the Flight Examiner will brief the candidate of the format of the test.

    ·         Upon completion of each test a debriefing will be conducted.

    ·         The candidate, their employer or instructor (as applicable) will be advised of the result of the check and any limitations imposed.

    ·         Standards shall be in accordance with Flight Examiner Guides as published by the Civil Aviation Authority of NZ, or in accordance with the organisations procedures of the candidate being assessed. In the absence of suitable standards Civil Aviation Authority of NZ Flight Examiner Guides shall apply. 

    ·         Candidates log book will be annotated identifying that the test was successfully completed.

    ·         Test forms will be made available to the Candidate and Employer.

    ·         Should the Candidate fail the test, the Flight Examiner will debrief the candidate, and  the employer or instructor ( as applicable) and reschedule a new test date.  

     

    Fees

    ·         Published fees will apply for each flight test carried out. A failed test does not qualify for a refund. Current fees are located on Flight Test NZ website www.flighttest.co.nz.

    ·         Travel expenses are in addition to published fees

    ·         Failure to attend or complete a course or flight assessment shall result in forfeiture of fee.

    ·         Flight test fee and travel expense payment is to be made prior to or on the day of the test  unless prior arrangements are in place.  

    ·         Costs incurred in the collection of unpaid fees may be added to the original fee.

    ·         Course fees are payable 10 days prior to course commencing.

     

    Facilities

    ·         The Candidate will be responsible for providing private facilities free of distractions to conduct briefings.

    ·         The facility shall include a table and chairs; white board or similar for briefing; access to weather, NOTAM, and flight planning data.

     

    Health and Safety

    ·         Health and safety hazards and procedures shall be advised to the Flight Examiner prior to the test commencing.

    ·         Flight Test NZ examiners and staff will comply with directions provided by an organisation in respect to health and safety matters.

     

    Complaints

    ·         Should you have a complaint about our services please contact  Flight Test NZ, PO Box 65 Whitianga, 3542  or via our website www.flighttest.co.nz

              

     Issued by CEO Flight Test NZ. Ltd. 

    These terms and conditions may be amended at the discretion of CEO Flight Test NZ. Ltd.

     

    Version 7.0   06 Nov 2011

Terms and Conditions
? Each check is to be carried out by an appropriately qualified Flight Examiner to the following terms and conditions in an aircraft that is:
1. Fully airworthy, fuelled and equipped for the planned flight.
2. Has a valid C of A and Release to Service.
3. Insured to absolve the Flight Examiner and Flight Test NZ Ltd of liability in the event of aircraft, personnel and third party damage, other than in the case of negligence of Flight Test NZ Ltd or its Flight Examiners.
4. Fitted with fully functional dual controls and equipped with a suitable means of communication between candidate and Flight Examiner.
5. Fitted with instrumentation essential for the manoeuvring and flight rules planned are to be visible to the examiner without excessive parallax error. ( the Flight Examiner will determine the interpretation of excessive).
? Except for circumstances allowed within Civil Aviation Rules where the Flight Examiner takes control, the Candidate is the Pilot in Command
? Candidate and Flight Examiner are to be rated on the aircraft, appropriately licenced and unless provided for within Civil Aviation Rules, have a valid medical
? Prior to a Flight Examiner conducting a competency check for a Part 125 or 135 organisation that organisation shall provide familiarisation training of their operating, checking and training procedures. The Flight Examiner shall be advised of changes to procedures prior to any subsequent competency check. Costs associated with familiarisation will be met by the organisation.
? When conducting competency check(s) the Flight Examiner shall have access to operational manual(s) and training records of the candidate as required.
? Prior to the check the Flight Examiner will brief the candidate of the format of the test.
? Upon completion of each test a debriefing will be conducted.
? Candidate’s employer (if applicable) will be advised of the result of the check and any limitations imposed.
? Candidates log book will be annotated identifying that the test was successfully completed.
? Test forms will be made available to the Candidate and Employer.
? Should the Candidate fail the test, the Flight Examiner will debrief and reschedule a new test.
? Published fees will apply for each flight test carried out. A failed test does not qualify for a refund.
? Failure to attend or complete course shall result in forfeiture of course fee.
? Flight test fee payment is to be made at the time the test is carried out, unless prior arrangements are in place. Course fee are payable 10days prior to course commencing.
? The Candidate will be responsible for providing suitable private facilities to conduct briefings.
? Health and safety hazards shall be advised to the examiner prior to the test commencing.
? Should you have a complaint about our services please contact Steve Kingsbury, Flight Test NZ PO Box 21015 Wellington 6241
Issued by CEO Flight Test NZ. Ltd. These terms and conditions may be varied from time to time at the discretion of CEO Flight Test NZ. Ltd.
Version 5.0 18 November 2010Terms and Conditions
? Each check is to be carried out by an appropriately qualified Flight Examiner to the following terms and conditions in an aircraft that is:
1. Fully airworthy, fuelled and equipped for the planned flight.
2. Has a valid C of A and Release to Service.
3. Insured to absolve the Flight Examiner and Flight Test NZ Ltd of liability in the event of aircraft, personnel and third party damage, other than in the case of negligence of Flight Test NZ Ltd or its Flight Examiners.
4. Fitted with fully functional dual controls and equipped with a suitable means of communication between candidate and Flight Examiner.
5. Fitted with instrumentation essential for the manoeuvring and flight rules planned are to be visible to the examiner without excessive parallax error. ( the Flight Examiner will determine the interpretation of excessive).
? Except for circumstances allowed within Civil Aviation Rules where the Flight Examiner takes control, the Candidate is the Pilot in Command
? Candidate and Flight Examiner are to be rated on the aircraft, appropriately licenced and unless provided for within Civil Aviation Rules, have a valid medical
? Prior to a Flight Examiner conducting a competency check for a Part 125 or 135 organisation that organisation shall provide familiarisation training of their operating, checking and training procedures. The Flight Examiner shall be advised of changes to procedures prior to any subsequent competency check. Costs associated with familiarisation will be met by the organisation.
? When conducting competency check(s) the Flight Examiner shall have access to operational manual(s) and training records of the candidate as required.
? Prior to the check the Flight Examiner will brief the candidate of the format of the test.
? Upon completion of each test a debriefing will be conducted.
? Candidate's employer (if applicable) will be advised of the result of the check and any limitations imposed.
? Candidates log book will be annotated identifying that the test was successfully completed.
? Test forms will be made available to the Candidate and Employer.
? Should the Candidate fail the test, the Flight Examiner will debrief and reschedule a new test.
? Published fees will apply for each flight test carried out. A failed test does not qualify for a refund.
? Failure to attend or complete course shall result in forfeiture of course fee.
? Flight test fee payment is to be made at the time the test is carried out, unless prior arrangements are in place. Course fee are payable 10days prior to course commencing.
? The Candidate will be responsible for providing suitable private facilities to conduct briefings.
? Health and safety hazards shall be advised to the examiner prior to the test commencing.
? Should you have a complaint about our services please contact Steve Kingsbury, Flight Test NZ PO Box 21015 Wellington 6241
Issued by CEO Flight Test NZ. Ltd. These terms and conditions may be varied from time to time at the discretion of CEO Flight Test NZ. Ltd.
Version 5.0 18 November 2010
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