NPRMs Open for Submission
A Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) asks for comments on the proposed rule changes during a consultation period where anyone can make a submission.
Public consultation on proposed rules is provided for in section 34(1) of the Civil Aviation Act 1990. The Civil Aviation Authority drafts civil aviation rules and carries out public consultation on draft rules on behalf of the Minister of Transport.
You can have your say by providing us with comments in the form below by the deadline.
Submissions received on draft rules are summarised and analysed. The results are published as a summary of public submissions, with a copy of the NPRM, under:
The proposed rule will be reconsidered to take into account the submissions received. If necessary, we undertake further consultation with key groups before submitting a proposed rule to government.
Electronic (form below, or PDF) submissions are preferred to assist in compiling them, but submissions can still be sent by post or fax, or delivered in person.
Submitters should note that subject to the Official Information Act 1982, any information attached to submissions will become part of the docket file and will be available to the public for examination at the Civil Aviation Authority offices in the Asteron Centre, 55 Featherston Street, Wellington.
Submitters should state clearly if there is any information in their submission that is commercially sensitive or for some other reason the submitter does not want the information to be released to other interested parties. The CAA will consider this in making a decision in respect of any Official Information Act requests. It should be noted that the CAA cannot guarantee confidentiality in respect of any specific submissions.
The purpose of this NPRM is to propose amendments to Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Personnel Licensing to update those areas of the rules that no longer reflect modern aircraft technology and maintenance practices. This is a result of advances in integrated aircraft avionics, maintenance practices and improvements in aircraft reliability.
Comments must be received before 29 March 2019.