Ratings of Categories of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers' Licences

Ratings of Categories of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers' Licences Beechcraft Expediter The experience requirements will D.H. C.I Chipmunk be the same as those for the D.H. C.2 Beaver types listed in paragraph 5.3 Ratings of Categories of Avro Tudor Boeing 377 Canadair C.4 Douglas C.54 The experience requirements will Aircraft Maintenance Engineers' Licences Miles Marathon be the same as those for the Percival Prince types listed in paragraph 5.4 Short S.26 D.H. 83 Miles Night Hawk Short S.45 The Council of the Air Registration Board announces D.H. 85 Miles Sparrowhawk the issue of Notice to Licensed Aircraft Engineers and D.H. 87 Miles Whitney Straight 6. Categories ' C and 'D'—Engines to Owners to Civil Aircraft, No. 10, Issue 4, dated D.H. 94 Moss MA.l, MA.2 Hendy Heck Newbury Eon 6.1 When a licence makes reference to this para­ January 1, 1950, which reads as follows: Heston Phoenix Percival Gull graph 6.1, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ 1. The United Kingdom concurs with the standards Miles Falcon Percival Proctor, Vega Gull cised in respect of the following engines: Miles Hawk Major, Six, Trainer Tipsy S.2 and Trainer proposed by the International Civil Aviation Organiza­ Miles Martlet Westland Widgeon Acronca E113C, Jap D.H. Gipsy Minor tion (I.C.A.O.) for the experience to be required for Miles M. 18 Wicko A.S. Civet (Genet Major) D.H. Gipsy Major the various ratings in Categories 'A', 'B', 'C' and 'D' A.S. Lynx D.H. Gipsy Six I (Queen III) 5.2 When a licence makes reference to this para­ A.S. Mongoose Lycoming 0-14 Series, 0-235 of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers' Licences. Blackburn Cirrus Minor Series, 0-290 Series graph 5.2, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ 2. The experience requirements arc prescribed in Blackburn Cirrus Major Pobjoy 'R', Cataract, Niagara cised in respect of the following aeroplanes: Cirrus Hermes Salmson AD.9 Issue 2 of Section L of British Civil Airworthiness Continental A40. A50, A65, Walter Mikron II Acronca C3, 50C, 100 Fairchild Argus II Requirements, dated January 1, 1949, copies of which A80, C75/12. CI25 Walter Minor 4-III Auster III, V Series Fairey Primer may be obtained from the Air Registration Board D.H. Gipsy I, II, III Warner Super Scarab 40, 165 Avro Avian Mk. 1VM Hawker Tomtit (Publications Department), Greville House, 37 Avro Cadet Hirtenberg HS. 9A 6.2 When a licence makes reference to this para­ Avro 621 (Tutor) KZ. VII—Lark Gratton Road, Cheltenham, Glos, at the cost of 1s. Avro 626 Piper Cub, 13, J4 graph 6.2, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ each, post free. Blackburn B.2 Piper Super Cruiser PA. 12 cised in respect of the following engines: Cessna C.34 Stinson Reliant 3. Licences submitted to the Ministry of Civil Chrislea Ace Stinson Voyager Argus A.S. 10C D.H. Gipsy Six II (Queen II) Aviation for renewal or extension will in due course D.H. 80 Taylorcraft Plus Models A, A.S. Cheetah IX, X Lycoming R.680 Series be replaced by the form of licence agreed by I.C.A.O. D.H. 82 C, D Bristol Pegasus VI Menasco Buccaneer B.6.S Taylor Cub J2 The authority for certification, as at present held by 6.3 When a licence makes reference to this para­ licence holders in Categories 'A', 'B', ' C and 'D', 5.3 When a licence makes reference to this para­ graph 6.3, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ will not be affected, and a statement on the licence graph 5.3, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ cised in respect of the following engines: will make it clear that it must be used only to certify cised in respect of the following aeroplanes: aircraft registered in the United Kingdom. A licence A.S. Cheetah XV Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp Airspeed Consul, Oxford D.H. 90 Bristol Hercules R.1830 may be used to certify aircraft registered in another Airspeed Envoy G.A.L. Cygnet Bristol Pegasus Pratt & Whitney Hornet R.1690 country only on the written authority of the country Avro Anson 1 Globe Swift Bristol Perseus R.R. Merlin T.24 (500 Series), Avro XIX Messersehmitt 108 'Taifun' concerned. D.H. Gipsy Queen 70 30,66 Beecheraft Traveller Miles Aerovan Pratt & Whitney Wasp Junior R.R. Merlin 600 Series D.H. 84 Miles Gemini 4. A licence which has lapsed for more than two R. 985 Wright Cyclone R. 1820 D.H. 86 Percival Q.6 Pratt & Whitney Wasp R.1340 Wright Duplex Cyclone R.3350 years cannot be considered for renewal without D.H. 89 Reid & Sigrist Desford examination; an application should be made for a Short Scion Junior 6.4 Reference will not be made to this paragraph new licence in accordance with the current procedure. 6.4 in licences, and the privileges of a licence can be A new licence so granted will carry the number of 5.4 When a licence makes reference to this para­ exercised for the following engines only if the engines the applicant's original licence. graph 5.4, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ arc specifically detailed in the licence. cised in respect of the following aeroplanes: Note.—A clear understanding of the licensing requirements Lycoming 0-435 Series———The experience requirements will depends on cross reference between this Notice and Section L; Avro Lancaster and Lancastrian H.P. Halifax, Halton be the same as those for the the Notice must therefore he read in conjunction with Section L, Avro York Lockheed 12 types listed in paragraph 6.2 particularly in respect of the lists of aeroplanes and engines given Bristol 170 Lockheed 14 in paragraphs 5 and 6. Alvis Leonides Consolidated 32 Lockheed 18 Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp The experience requirements will D.H.95 Lockheed Constellation R.2000b e the same as those for the 5. Categories 'A' and 'B'—Aeroplanes D.H. 104 Short 8.25 Pratt & Whitney Wasp Major types listed in paragraph 6.3 Douglas C.47, D.C.3 Vickers Viking 5.1 When a licence makes reference to this para­ R.4360 Fairey Fulmar II Vickers Supermarine Spitfire graph 5.1, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ Fokker F. XXII Vickers Supermarine Walrus 7. Cancellation cised in respect of the following aeroplanes: 5.5 References will not be made to this paragraph This Notice cancels Notice to Licensed Aircraft B.A. and Klemm Swallow Miles M.28 Benes-Mraz BE-550 Miles Mentor 5.5 in licences, and the privileges of a licence can be Engineers and to Owners of Civil Aircraft No. 10, Bnes-Mraz 'Sokol' M-1C Miles Messenger Issue 3, dated January 1, 1949, which should be exercised for the following aeroplanes only if the Comper Swift Miles Monarch destroyed. aeroplanes arc specifically detailed in the licence. D.H. 60G Miles Mohawk des Charges Longitudinales Continues. A. Schwartzmann- Society of Automotive Engineers (U.S.A.) PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS Simonot S.A.E. JOURNAL (Monthly) Vol. 57, No. 12, December 1949 Under this heading are given each month the principal articles of L'Office National d'Etudes et de Recherches Aéro- aeronautical interest appearing in the current issues of the Journals nautiques (France) Summaries: of the leading Professional Societies and Institutions The Design and Development of North America's First All Jet LA RECHERCHE AERONAUTIQUE (Alternate Transport (Avro C. 102). W. N. Deisher The Royal Aeronautical Society months) How to Make Military and Commercial Transports Inter­ JOURNAL (Monthly) No. 12, November-December 1949 changeable—Discussion Vol. 54 No. 469, January 1950 Gabarit pour le Tracé d'Ecoulements Plans Supersoniques. G. Goutier Notes on Repeated Loading Tests on Components and Com­ Trainee d'Oude des Ailes en Flèche à Profil Losangique aux R.Ae.S. LECTURES pletet Structures. H.L. Cox and E. P. Coleman Vitesses Supersoniques. E. A. Eichelbrenner Directionality of Wrought-Light Alloy Materials. I. L. G. Precautions a Prendre pour Eviter les Vibrations Aérody- Baillie The following Lectures arranged by the Royal Aero­ namiques des Avions. G. de Vries Resistance-Wire Strain Gauges. J. G. Strong nautical Society will be held at 6 p.m. in the Lecture Calcul de Vibrations d'Avions. F. Sorg and E. Bonneau Remarques sur la Distillation des Halogénisolares. R. Laurié Hall of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Great George The Engineering Institute of Canada and A. Moulet Street, London, S.W.1, unless otherwise stated: Flaubenent d'un Prisme Elancé Charge Debout Exccntrique- THE ENGINEERING JOURNAL (Monthly) Thursday, March 2 ment. L. Richand Vol. 32, No. 12, December 1949 La Diffusion a L'Etat Solidc. H. Buckle Design for Maintenance. R. E. Bishop, F.R.Ae.S. Degivrage par Evaporation Totale sur Zone Etendue. M. Guided Missiles. A. K. Wickson Thursday, March 16 Vasseur. Air Survey. Group Capt. F. C. V. Laws, C.B., C.B.E. La Association dc Ingenicros Aeronauticos (Spain) Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences (U.S.A.) Thursday, March 30 INGENIERIA AERONAUTICA (Quarterly) JOURNAL OF THE AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES Modern Methods of Testing Aero-Engines and Vol. 1, No. 3, July-September 1949 {Monthly) Power Plants. A. C. Lovesey, O.B.E., B.Sc, F.R.Ae.S. Lineas de Curvatura Media de los Perfiles Laminares de Vol. 16, No. 12, December 1949 Thursday, April 13 N.A.C.A. G. M. Barbany Sistemas de Circulacion y Estacionamintos Perifericos en los Combustion Problems in Ram-Jet-Design. J. P. Longwell The Berlin Air Lift. Air Commodore J. W. F. Aeropuertas. J. F. Amigo Basic. Studies in Flame Stablization. G. C. Williams Merer, C.B. Elementos del Calculo de Compressors Axiles. C. S. Tarifa Equations for the Approximate Solution of Dynamic Problems Combustibles de Seguridad. J. D. Larios for Stable Linear Systems. K. H. Hohenemser Thursday, April 27—At Manchester Asamblea Inaugural del Naval Ordnance Laboratory de E.U. Present Status of Research on Boundary-Layer Control. A. E. Recent Developments in High Speed Research in G. M. Barbary von Doenhoff and L. K. Loftin Heat Transfer in Laminar Compressible Boundary Layer on a the Aerodynamics Division of the N.P.L. J. A. Beavan, Porous Flat Plate with Fluid Injection. S. W. Yuan M.A.(Cantab), A.F.R.Ae.S., and D. Holder. L'Association Francaise des Ingénieurs et Techniciens Shear Distribution in Beams with Variable Webs. B. E. At the Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Manchester de I'Aéronautiqu (France) Gatewood TECHNIQUE ET SCIENCE AERONAUTIQUES University, at 6.30 p.m. AEONAUTICAL ENGINEERING REVIEW (Alternate Months) Thursday, May 4 (Monthly) No. 5, 1949 3rd Louis Beriot Lecture—In Paris, Sir Frederick Vol. 8, No. 12, December 1949 Le Problem General de la Production des Cellules. J. Jarry Handley Page, C.B.E., F.I.Ae.S., Hon.F.R.Ae.S. Evolution Passeé et Future des Engines Propulsifs. M. Roy The Avro Jetliner. W. A. Shroder Thursday, May 25 Peut-On Associer Avantageuscment Moteurs Alternatifs et Some Aspects of Turbojet Combustion. A. J. Nerad Propulsion par Reaction M. Serruys M.A.T.S. Specification Requirements for Cargo Aircraft. R. R. 38th Wilbur Wright Memorial Lecture. Sir Richard Sur La Flexion des Poutres a Section Variable et en Présence Hajek Fairey, M.B.E., F.R.Ae.S. 58 Aircraft Engineering http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

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Beechcraft Expediter The experience requirements will D.H. C.I Chipmunk be the same as those for the D.H. C.2 Beaver types listed in paragraph 5.3 Ratings of Categories of Avro Tudor Boeing 377 Canadair C.4 Douglas C.54 The experience requirements will Aircraft Maintenance Engineers' Licences Miles Marathon be the same as those for the Percival Prince types listed in paragraph 5.4 Short S.26 D.H. 83 Miles Night Hawk Short S.45 The Council of the Air Registration Board announces D.H. 85 Miles Sparrowhawk the issue of Notice to Licensed Aircraft Engineers and D.H. 87 Miles Whitney Straight 6. Categories ' C and 'D'—Engines to Owners to Civil Aircraft, No. 10, Issue 4, dated D.H. 94 Moss MA.l, MA.2 Hendy Heck Newbury Eon 6.1 When a licence makes reference to this para­ January 1, 1950, which reads as follows: Heston Phoenix Percival Gull graph 6.1, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ 1. The United Kingdom concurs with the standards Miles Falcon Percival Proctor, Vega Gull cised in respect of the following engines: Miles Hawk Major, Six, Trainer Tipsy S.2 and Trainer proposed by the International Civil Aviation Organiza­ Miles Martlet Westland Widgeon Acronca E113C, Jap D.H. Gipsy Minor tion (I.C.A.O.) for the experience to be required for Miles M. 18 Wicko A.S. Civet (Genet Major) D.H. Gipsy Major the various ratings in Categories 'A', 'B', 'C' and 'D' A.S. Lynx D.H. Gipsy Six I (Queen III) 5.2 When a licence makes reference to this para­ A.S. Mongoose Lycoming 0-14 Series, 0-235 of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers' Licences. Blackburn Cirrus Minor Series, 0-290 Series graph 5.2, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ 2. The experience requirements arc prescribed in Blackburn Cirrus Major Pobjoy 'R', Cataract, Niagara cised in respect of the following aeroplanes: Cirrus Hermes Salmson AD.9 Issue 2 of Section L of British Civil Airworthiness Continental A40. A50, A65, Walter Mikron II Acronca C3, 50C, 100 Fairchild Argus II Requirements, dated January 1, 1949, copies of which A80, C75/12. CI25 Walter Minor 4-III Auster III, V Series Fairey Primer may be obtained from the Air Registration Board D.H. Gipsy I, II, III Warner Super Scarab 40, 165 Avro Avian Mk. 1VM Hawker Tomtit (Publications Department), Greville House, 37 Avro Cadet Hirtenberg HS. 9A 6.2 When a licence makes reference to this para­ Avro 621 (Tutor) KZ. VII—Lark Gratton Road, Cheltenham, Glos, at the cost of 1s. Avro 626 Piper Cub, 13, J4 graph 6.2, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ each, post free. Blackburn B.2 Piper Super Cruiser PA. 12 cised in respect of the following engines: Cessna C.34 Stinson Reliant 3. Licences submitted to the Ministry of Civil Chrislea Ace Stinson Voyager Argus A.S. 10C D.H. Gipsy Six II (Queen II) Aviation for renewal or extension will in due course D.H. 80 Taylorcraft Plus Models A, A.S. Cheetah IX, X Lycoming R.680 Series be replaced by the form of licence agreed by I.C.A.O. D.H. 82 C, D Bristol Pegasus VI Menasco Buccaneer B.6.S Taylor Cub J2 The authority for certification, as at present held by 6.3 When a licence makes reference to this para­ licence holders in Categories 'A', 'B', ' C and 'D', 5.3 When a licence makes reference to this para­ graph 6.3, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ will not be affected, and a statement on the licence graph 5.3, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ cised in respect of the following engines: will make it clear that it must be used only to certify cised in respect of the following aeroplanes: aircraft registered in the United Kingdom. A licence A.S. Cheetah XV Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp Airspeed Consul, Oxford D.H. 90 Bristol Hercules R.1830 may be used to certify aircraft registered in another Airspeed Envoy G.A.L. Cygnet Bristol Pegasus Pratt & Whitney Hornet R.1690 country only on the written authority of the country Avro Anson 1 Globe Swift Bristol Perseus R.R. Merlin T.24 (500 Series), Avro XIX Messersehmitt 108 'Taifun' concerned. D.H. Gipsy Queen 70 30,66 Beecheraft Traveller Miles Aerovan Pratt & Whitney Wasp Junior R.R. Merlin 600 Series D.H. 84 Miles Gemini 4. A licence which has lapsed for more than two R. 985 Wright Cyclone R. 1820 D.H. 86 Percival Q.6 Pratt & Whitney Wasp R.1340 Wright Duplex Cyclone R.3350 years cannot be considered for renewal without D.H. 89 Reid & Sigrist Desford examination; an application should be made for a Short Scion Junior 6.4 Reference will not be made to this paragraph new licence in accordance with the current procedure. 6.4 in licences, and the privileges of a licence can be A new licence so granted will carry the number of 5.4 When a licence makes reference to this para­ exercised for the following engines only if the engines the applicant's original licence. graph 5.4, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ arc specifically detailed in the licence. cised in respect of the following aeroplanes: Note.—A clear understanding of the licensing requirements Lycoming 0-435 Series———The experience requirements will depends on cross reference between this Notice and Section L; Avro Lancaster and Lancastrian H.P. Halifax, Halton be the same as those for the the Notice must therefore he read in conjunction with Section L, Avro York Lockheed 12 types listed in paragraph 6.2 particularly in respect of the lists of aeroplanes and engines given Bristol 170 Lockheed 14 in paragraphs 5 and 6. Alvis Leonides Consolidated 32 Lockheed 18 Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp The experience requirements will D.H.95 Lockheed Constellation R.2000b e the same as those for the 5. Categories 'A' and 'B'—Aeroplanes D.H. 104 Short 8.25 Pratt & Whitney Wasp Major types listed in paragraph 6.3 Douglas C.47, D.C.3 Vickers Viking 5.1 When a licence makes reference to this para­ R.4360 Fairey Fulmar II Vickers Supermarine Spitfire graph 5.1, the privileges of the licence may be exer­ Fokker F. XXII Vickers Supermarine Walrus 7. Cancellation cised in respect of the following aeroplanes: 5.5 References will not be made to this paragraph This Notice cancels Notice to Licensed Aircraft B.A. and Klemm Swallow Miles M.28 Benes-Mraz BE-550 Miles Mentor 5.5 in licences, and the privileges of a licence can be Engineers and to Owners of Civil Aircraft No. 10, Bnes-Mraz 'Sokol' M-1C Miles Messenger Issue 3, dated January 1, 1949, which should be exercised for the following aeroplanes only if the Comper Swift Miles Monarch destroyed. aeroplanes arc specifically detailed in the licence. D.H. 60G Miles Mohawk des Charges Longitudinales Continues. A. Schwartzmann- Society of Automotive Engineers (U.S.A.) PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS Simonot S.A.E. JOURNAL (Monthly) Vol. 57, No. 12, December 1949 Under this heading are given each month the principal articles of L'Office National d'Etudes et de Recherches Aéro- aeronautical interest appearing in the current issues of the Journals nautiques (France) Summaries: of the leading Professional Societies and Institutions The Design and Development of North America's First All Jet LA RECHERCHE AERONAUTIQUE (Alternate Transport (Avro C. 102). W. N. Deisher The Royal Aeronautical Society months) How to Make Military and Commercial Transports Inter­ JOURNAL (Monthly) No. 12, November-December 1949 changeable—Discussion Vol. 54 No. 469, January 1950 Gabarit pour le Tracé d'Ecoulements Plans Supersoniques. G. Goutier Notes on Repeated Loading Tests on Components and Com­ Trainee d'Oude des Ailes en Flèche à Profil Losangique aux R.Ae.S. LECTURES pletet Structures. H.L. Cox and E. P. Coleman Vitesses Supersoniques. E. A. Eichelbrenner Directionality of Wrought-Light Alloy Materials. I. L. G. Precautions a Prendre pour Eviter les Vibrations Aérody- Baillie The following Lectures arranged by the Royal Aero­ namiques des Avions. G. de Vries Resistance-Wire Strain Gauges. J. G. Strong nautical Society will be held at 6 p.m. in the Lecture Calcul de Vibrations d'Avions. F. Sorg and E. Bonneau Remarques sur la Distillation des Halogénisolares. R. Laurié Hall of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Great George The Engineering Institute of Canada and A. Moulet Street, London, S.W.1, unless otherwise stated: Flaubenent d'un Prisme Elancé Charge Debout Exccntrique- THE ENGINEERING JOURNAL (Monthly) Thursday, March 2 ment. L. Richand Vol. 32, No. 12, December 1949 La Diffusion a L'Etat Solidc. H. Buckle Design for Maintenance. R. E. Bishop, F.R.Ae.S. Degivrage par Evaporation Totale sur Zone Etendue. M. Guided Missiles. A. K. Wickson Thursday, March 16 Vasseur. Air Survey. Group Capt. F. C. V. Laws, C.B., C.B.E. La Association dc Ingenicros Aeronauticos (Spain) Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences (U.S.A.) Thursday, March 30 INGENIERIA AERONAUTICA (Quarterly) JOURNAL OF THE AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES Modern Methods of Testing Aero-Engines and Vol. 1, No. 3, July-September 1949 {Monthly) Power Plants. A. C. Lovesey, O.B.E., B.Sc, F.R.Ae.S. Lineas de Curvatura Media de los Perfiles Laminares de Vol. 16, No. 12, December 1949 Thursday, April 13 N.A.C.A. G. M. Barbany Sistemas de Circulacion y Estacionamintos Perifericos en los Combustion Problems in Ram-Jet-Design. J. P. Longwell The Berlin Air Lift. Air Commodore J. W. F. Aeropuertas. J. F. Amigo Basic. Studies in Flame Stablization. G. C. Williams Merer, C.B. Elementos del Calculo de Compressors Axiles. C. S. Tarifa Equations for the Approximate Solution of Dynamic Problems Combustibles de Seguridad. J. D. Larios for Stable Linear Systems. K. H. Hohenemser Thursday, April 27—At Manchester Asamblea Inaugural del Naval Ordnance Laboratory de E.U. Present Status of Research on Boundary-Layer Control. A. E. Recent Developments in High Speed Research in G. M. Barbary von Doenhoff and L. K. Loftin Heat Transfer in Laminar Compressible Boundary Layer on a the Aerodynamics Division of the N.P.L. J. A. Beavan, Porous Flat Plate with Fluid Injection. S. W. Yuan M.A.(Cantab), A.F.R.Ae.S., and D. Holder. L'Association Francaise des Ingénieurs et Techniciens Shear Distribution in Beams with Variable Webs. B. E. At the Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Manchester de I'Aéronautiqu (France) Gatewood TECHNIQUE ET SCIENCE AERONAUTIQUES University, at 6.30 p.m. AEONAUTICAL ENGINEERING REVIEW (Alternate Months) Thursday, May 4 (Monthly) No. 5, 1949 3rd Louis Beriot Lecture—In Paris, Sir Frederick Vol. 8, No. 12, December 1949 Le Problem General de la Production des Cellules. J. Jarry Handley Page, C.B.E., F.I.Ae.S., Hon.F.R.Ae.S. Evolution Passeé et Future des Engines Propulsifs. M. Roy The Avro Jetliner. W. A. Shroder Thursday, May 25 Peut-On Associer Avantageuscment Moteurs Alternatifs et Some Aspects of Turbojet Combustion. A. J. Nerad Propulsion par Reaction M. Serruys M.A.T.S. Specification Requirements for Cargo Aircraft. R. R. 38th Wilbur Wright Memorial Lecture. Sir Richard Sur La Flexion des Poutres a Section Variable et en Présence Hajek Fairey, M.B.E., F.R.Ae.S. 58 Aircraft Engineering

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