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Air Ministry Official Notices

Air Ministry Official Notices Workshop and Production Section A I R C R A F T E N G I N E E R I N G December, 1939 C.S. No. 9 (April, 1936).—Magnetic Compasses. 2. The sanction of the Secretary of State for Air No. 30 of the year 1939 C.S. No. 10 (April, 1936).—Fire Extinguishers. is also required for the sale, transfer, letting on hire Civil Specification Memorandum No. 28 C.S. No. 11A (May, 1937).—Electrical Appa­ (whether under charter or otherwise) and charging 1. This Memorandum cancels the following ratu s (Other than Wireless Apparatus). of an aircraft being within any of the British Civil Specification Memoranda :— C.S. No. 12A (June, 1937) (as amended by countries or territories enumerated above, the Civil Specification Memorandum No: 22. Amendmen t List No. 1, after incorporation of registration of which in any of them has been (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers which 12A becomes 12B).—Safety Harness, cancelled or has lapsed, unless it is for the time No. 5/1939.) Safety Belts and Lap Straps. being registered in a Dominion, territory adminis­ Civil Specification Memorandum No. 23. C.S. No. 13 (April, 1936).—Fire-Resistance tered by the Government of a Dominion, India, (Notice to A ircraft Owners and Ground Engineers Tests. Burm a or Southern Rhodesia or in a foreign state ; No. 8/1939.) C.S. No. 14 (October, 1936).—Directional Gyro. a similar sanction is required for similar transactions Civil Specification Memorandum No. 24. C.S. No. 15 (May, 1937).—Electrical Gener­ in respect of any airframe, aero-engine or airscrew (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers ators . (not comprised within a complete aircraft) which No . 16/1939.) C.S. No. 16 (June, 1938).—Artificial Horizons. is not affected by the legislation within any of the Civil Specification Memorandum No. 25. C.S. No. 17 (June, 1938).—Longitudinal Incline British countries or territories enumerated in (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers Indicators . para . 1 above. No. 21/1939.) C.S. No. 18 (June, 1938).—Oil Coolers. 3 . Any such transactions effected after Civil Specification Memorandum No. 27. C.S. No. 19 (November, 1938).—Accumulator 1st September, 1939, without the sanction of the (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers Cut-outs or Reverse Current Relays. Secretary of State for Air are void, and the persons No. 27/1939.) C.S. No. 20 (November, 1938).—Absolute effecting or purporting to effect them are liable to 2. After cancellation of the above Memoranda, Atmospheric Pressure Gauges. heav y penalties. th e following is a complete list of current Civil C.S. No. 21 (November, 1938).—Voltage Regu­ Specification Memoranda :— lators. 4. Persons desirous of carrying out any of the Civil Specification Memorandum No. 3—"Dial C.S. No. 22 (January, 1939).—Petrol Filters. transaction s specified above should, in the United Instruments , Marking of." C.S. No. 23 (January, 1939).—Oil Filters. Kingdom, apply to the Director General of Civil (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers C.S. No. 24 (June, 1939).—Rotary Trans­ Aviation, Air Ministry (C. H . 7A), Bristol, on C.A. No . 5/1937.) formers and Motor Generators. For m 132 in the case of complete aircraft, or C.A. Civil Specification Memorandum No. 18— C.S. No. 25 (June, 1939).—Electrical Accumu­ For m 135 in the case of an airframe, aero­ " British Standard Specification 89 : Am­ lators . engine or airscrew not forming part of a com­ meters, Voltmeters, Wattmeters, Frequency 4 . Correction to Civil Specification No. 15.— plet e aircraft. Elsewhere in the British countries an d Power-Factor Meters." "Electrical Generators," paragraph 3 (ii), line 6:— an d territories enumerated above, such persons (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers Amend " British Standard Specification 170- should apply to th e Director of Civil Aviation or the No. 33/1938.) 1930 " to read " British Standard Specification Registra r of Aircraft or other responsible civil Civil Specification Memorandum No. 20—" Lists 170-1926." aviatio n authorities, and should supply full informa­ of Approved Firms." tion regarding the proposed transaction for sub­ Cancellations (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers mission to the Secretary of State for Air for his No. 42/1938.) Notices to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers consideration. Civil Specification Memorandum No. 26 — Nos. 5, 8, 16, 21 and 27/1939 are hereby cancelled. 5. Owners of British aircraft are hereby further " Amendment List No. 6 to Volume I of the October 9, 1939. notified that under the Air Navigation (Provisional) Airworthiness Handbook for Civil Aircraft, Order, 1939, which also became effective on A.P . 1208." No. 31 of the year 1939 2nd September, 1939, the registration of an aircraft (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers 1. All owners and possessors of British aircraft registered in Great Britain and Northern Ireland No. 25/1939.) ar e reminded that, under the Ships and Aircraft will not lapse upon any change of ownership, 3. The following is a complete list of current (Transfer Restriction) Act, 1939, which, so far as Civil Specifications :— destruction or withdrawal of the aircraft from use, aircraft are concerned, became eifective on C.S. No. 1 (April, 1936).—Altimeters. or if the owner ceases to be a person, company or 2nd September, 1939, th e sanction of the Secretary C.S. No. 2 (April, 1936).—Air Speed Indicators. corporation entitled to be registered as the owner of State for Air is required for the sale, transfer, of an aircraft registered in Great Britain and C.S. No. 3A (February, 1938).—Pressure Heads letting on hire (whether under charter or otherwise) Norther n Ireland, but such registration may be for Air Speed Indicators. and charging of a British aircraft registered in the cancelled by the Secretary of State for Air, if he C.S. No. 4 (April, 1936).—Engine Speed Indi- United Kingdom, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, think s fit, upon the receipt of a notification on Newfoundland, any colony (except Southern C.A. Form 134 from the appropriate person. C.S. No. 5 (April, 1936).—Pressure Gauges for Rhodesia or a colony administered by the Govern­ Pendin g cancellation, the aircraft remains on the Oil and Fuel Systems. men t of a Dominion), any British protectorate, register of British aircraft registered in Great C.S. No. 6 (April, 1936).—Oil Temperature or any mandated territory administered by His Britai n and Northern Ireland. A notification must Thermometers . Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom, be sent to the Air Ministry as formerly, but the C.S. No. 7 (April, 1936).—Radiator Tempera­ whethe r to persons qualified or unqualified to be the penalt y for a failure to send a notification is tur e Thermometers. owners of British aircraft registered in any of the increased. C.S. No. 8A (May, 1937).—Rate of Turn Indi­ said British countries or territories. October 24, 1939. cators . http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

Air Ministry Official Notices

Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology , Volume 11 (12): 1 – Dec 1, 1939

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Workshop and Production Section A I R C R A F T E N G I N E E R I N G December, 1939 C.S. No. 9 (April, 1936).—Magnetic Compasses. 2. The sanction of the Secretary of State for Air No. 30 of the year 1939 C.S. No. 10 (April, 1936).—Fire Extinguishers. is also required for the sale, transfer, letting on hire Civil Specification Memorandum No. 28 C.S. No. 11A (May, 1937).—Electrical Appa­ (whether under charter or otherwise) and charging 1. This Memorandum cancels the following ratu s (Other than Wireless Apparatus). of an aircraft being within any of the British Civil Specification Memoranda :— C.S. No. 12A (June, 1937) (as amended by countries or territories enumerated above, the Civil Specification Memorandum No: 22. Amendmen t List No. 1, after incorporation of registration of which in any of them has been (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers which 12A becomes 12B).—Safety Harness, cancelled or has lapsed, unless it is for the time No. 5/1939.) Safety Belts and Lap Straps. being registered in a Dominion, territory adminis­ Civil Specification Memorandum No. 23. C.S. No. 13 (April, 1936).—Fire-Resistance tered by the Government of a Dominion, India, (Notice to A ircraft Owners and Ground Engineers Tests. Burm a or Southern Rhodesia or in a foreign state ; No. 8/1939.) C.S. No. 14 (October, 1936).—Directional Gyro. a similar sanction is required for similar transactions Civil Specification Memorandum No. 24. C.S. No. 15 (May, 1937).—Electrical Gener­ in respect of any airframe, aero-engine or airscrew (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers ators . (not comprised within a complete aircraft) which No . 16/1939.) C.S. No. 16 (June, 1938).—Artificial Horizons. is not affected by the legislation within any of the Civil Specification Memorandum No. 25. C.S. No. 17 (June, 1938).—Longitudinal Incline British countries or territories enumerated in (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers Indicators . para . 1 above. No. 21/1939.) C.S. No. 18 (June, 1938).—Oil Coolers. 3 . Any such transactions effected after Civil Specification Memorandum No. 27. C.S. No. 19 (November, 1938).—Accumulator 1st September, 1939, without the sanction of the (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers Cut-outs or Reverse Current Relays. Secretary of State for Air are void, and the persons No. 27/1939.) C.S. No. 20 (November, 1938).—Absolute effecting or purporting to effect them are liable to 2. After cancellation of the above Memoranda, Atmospheric Pressure Gauges. heav y penalties. th e following is a complete list of current Civil C.S. No. 21 (November, 1938).—Voltage Regu­ Specification Memoranda :— lators. 4. Persons desirous of carrying out any of the Civil Specification Memorandum No. 3—"Dial C.S. No. 22 (January, 1939).—Petrol Filters. transaction s specified above should, in the United Instruments , Marking of." C.S. No. 23 (January, 1939).—Oil Filters. Kingdom, apply to the Director General of Civil (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers C.S. No. 24 (June, 1939).—Rotary Trans­ Aviation, Air Ministry (C. H . 7A), Bristol, on C.A. No . 5/1937.) formers and Motor Generators. For m 132 in the case of complete aircraft, or C.A. Civil Specification Memorandum No. 18— C.S. No. 25 (June, 1939).—Electrical Accumu­ For m 135 in the case of an airframe, aero­ " British Standard Specification 89 : Am­ lators . engine or airscrew not forming part of a com­ meters, Voltmeters, Wattmeters, Frequency 4 . Correction to Civil Specification No. 15.— plet e aircraft. Elsewhere in the British countries an d Power-Factor Meters." "Electrical Generators," paragraph 3 (ii), line 6:— an d territories enumerated above, such persons (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers Amend " British Standard Specification 170- should apply to th e Director of Civil Aviation or the No. 33/1938.) 1930 " to read " British Standard Specification Registra r of Aircraft or other responsible civil Civil Specification Memorandum No. 20—" Lists 170-1926." aviatio n authorities, and should supply full informa­ of Approved Firms." tion regarding the proposed transaction for sub­ Cancellations (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers mission to the Secretary of State for Air for his No. 42/1938.) Notices to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers consideration. Civil Specification Memorandum No. 26 — Nos. 5, 8, 16, 21 and 27/1939 are hereby cancelled. 5. Owners of British aircraft are hereby further " Amendment List No. 6 to Volume I of the October 9, 1939. notified that under the Air Navigation (Provisional) Airworthiness Handbook for Civil Aircraft, Order, 1939, which also became effective on A.P . 1208." No. 31 of the year 1939 2nd September, 1939, the registration of an aircraft (Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers 1. All owners and possessors of British aircraft registered in Great Britain and Northern Ireland No. 25/1939.) ar e reminded that, under the Ships and Aircraft will not lapse upon any change of ownership, 3. The following is a complete list of current (Transfer Restriction) Act, 1939, which, so far as Civil Specifications :— destruction or withdrawal of the aircraft from use, aircraft are concerned, became eifective on C.S. No. 1 (April, 1936).—Altimeters. or if the owner ceases to be a person, company or 2nd September, 1939, th e sanction of the Secretary C.S. No. 2 (April, 1936).—Air Speed Indicators. corporation entitled to be registered as the owner of State for Air is required for the sale, transfer, of an aircraft registered in Great Britain and C.S. No. 3A (February, 1938).—Pressure Heads letting on hire (whether under charter or otherwise) Norther n Ireland, but such registration may be for Air Speed Indicators. and charging of a British aircraft registered in the cancelled by the Secretary of State for Air, if he C.S. No. 4 (April, 1936).—Engine Speed Indi- United Kingdom, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, think s fit, upon the receipt of a notification on Newfoundland, any colony (except Southern C.A. Form 134 from the appropriate person. C.S. No. 5 (April, 1936).—Pressure Gauges for Rhodesia or a colony administered by the Govern­ Pendin g cancellation, the aircraft remains on the Oil and Fuel Systems. men t of a Dominion), any British protectorate, register of British aircraft registered in Great C.S. No. 6 (April, 1936).—Oil Temperature or any mandated territory administered by His Britai n and Northern Ireland. A notification must Thermometers . Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom, be sent to the Air Ministry as formerly, but the C.S. No. 7 (April, 1936).—Radiator Tempera­ whethe r to persons qualified or unqualified to be the penalt y for a failure to send a notification is tur e Thermometers. owners of British aircraft registered in any of the increased. C.S. No. 8A (May, 1937).—Rate of Turn Indi­ said British countries or territories. October 24, 1939. cators .

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Published: Dec 1, 1939

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