CAA Paper 2007/05: The Effect of JAR-FCL on General Aviation Safety

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Reference:CAA Paper 2007/05
Title:The Effect of JAR-FCL on General Aviation Safety
Description:After the introduction of the Joint Aviation Requirement for Flight Crew Licensing (JAR-FCL) in 1999, the revalidation requirements for pilot licences experienced significant change. This Paper initially summarises these revalidation changes for various ratings. Two sets of data, before and after the introduction of JAR-FCL, are then examined, in order to establish whether its introduction has had any effect on the number of serious incidents and accidents in General Aviation for fixed wing aeroplanes and microlights, with a MTOW < 5,700 kg, particularly focusing on training related issues (experience, recency and training).
Status:Reference Only
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:20 June 2014
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