Aircrew Requirements - Fixed Wing Aircraft

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Item Information

Revision History

Date Status ID Title
2006-06-16 Active B4030C Aircrew Requirements - Fixed Wing Aircraft (2006-06-16) B4030C

Remarks – Recommended Use of SACC Item

Use the following clause in contracts for the charter of fixed wing aircraft.

The term "Identified User" must be defined in the contract.

Legal text for SACC item

The pilot-in-command must have flown a minimum of 1,000 hours on fixed wing aircraft, including 500 hours as pilot-in-command of the type of aircraft specified and 250 hours in areas similar to the Contract area of operation. When so requested by the Identified User, the Contractor must provide documentary proof of such experience.

If at any time during the course of the operations, the flight crew, the maintenance crew or both are considered by the Identified User to be unsatisfactory for safety or other reasons, the Identified User may notify in writing the Contractor that the flight crew, the maintenance crew or both must be replaced. The Identified User must immediately advise the Contracting Authority of the problem with the crew(s). The Contractor must immediately, upon receiving such notification, withdraw and replace the crew specified in the notice. The Contractor must advise the Contracting Authority of the corrective action taken. The aircraft involved must be considered unserviceable until a satisfactory crew resumes operations.