Posted on February 18, 2010


(for Aircraft Maintenance Personnel)

• L a n d a s a n H u k u m

@ Undang-undang RI no. 15 tahun 1992 tentang Penerbangan

@ PP no. 3 tahun 2001

@ Annex 1 Personnel licensing

@ CASR 65 Revision 1

@ CASR 43.3 Person tor perform Maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alteration

@ Advisory Circular AC 65-01

@ Advisory Circular AC 65-02

• Undang-undang REPUBLIK INDONESIA no.15 tahun 1992



pasal 18

(1) Setiap personil penerbangan wajib memiliki sertifikat kecakapan

(2) Sertifikat kecakapan sebagaimana dimaksud dalam ayat (1) diperoleh melalui pendidikan dan pelatihan

(3) Persyaratan dan tata cara untuk memperoleh sertifikat kecakapan sebagaimana dimaksud dalam ayat (1) dan ayat (2) diatur lebih lanjut dengan peraturan pemerintah

• PP no. 3 tahun 2001




• Pasal 78
ayat (1)

Personnel penerbangan wajib memiliki sertifikat kecakapan yang sah dan masih berlaku

• Pasal 78
ayat (2)

Sertifikat kecakapan sebagaimana yang dimaksud dalam ayat (1), diberikan oleh Menteri dengan memperhatikan:

1. Usia;
2. Sehat jasmani dan rohani
3. Lulus ujian kecakapan dan ketrampilan

• Pasal 78
ayat (3)

Sertifikat kecakapan sebagaimana dimaksud dalam ayat (1), diperoleh terlebih dahulu mengikuti


• Chapter IV.

Licence and Ratings for Personnel other than Flight Crew Members

q Age

q Knowledge

q Experience

q Training; and

q Skill

• A g e

The applicant shall be not less than 18 years of age

• Knowledge

The applicant shall have demonstrated a level of knowledge relevant to the privileges to be granted and appropriate to the responsibilities of an aircraft maintenance licence holder, in at least the following subject:

• Air law and airworthiness requirement

• Natural science and aircraft general knowledge

• Aircraft engineering

• Aircraft maintenance

• Human performance and limitation


Rules and regulations relevant to an aircraft maintenance licence holder including applicable airworthiness requirements governing certification and continuing airworthiness of and aircraft and approved aircraft maintenance organization and procedures

• Natural science and aircraft general knowledge

Ý Basic mathematics;

Ý units of measurements;

Ý fundamental principles, and theory of physics and

Ý chemistry applicable to aircraft maintenance

• Aircraft Engineering

Characteristic and applications of the materials of aircraft construction and including principles of construction and functioning of aircraft structures, fastening techniques; powerplants and their associated systems; mechanical, fluid, electrical and electronic power sources; aircraft instrument and display systems; aircraft control systems; and airborne navigation and communication systems;

• Aircraft Maintenance

Task required to ensure the containing airworthiness of an aircraft including methods and procedures for the overhaul, repair, inspection, replacement, modification of detect rectification of an aircraft structures, components and systems in accordance with the method prescribed in the relevant Maintenance Manual and the applicable Standard of Airworthiness

• Human Performance and Limitations
(Human Factors)

Human performance and limitations relevant to the duties of an aircraft maintenance licence holder


The applicant shall have had the following experience in the inspection, servicing and maintenance of aircraft or its components

• Experience

• Experience

• the privileges of the holder of an aircraft maintenance licence specified in shall be exercised only:

a) In respect of such:

1) Aircraft as are entered on the licence in their entirety either specifically or under broad categories; or

2) Airframe and powerplants and aircraft systems or components as are entered on the licence either specially or under broad categories; and/ or

3) Aircraft avionic systems or components as are entered on the licence either specially or under broad categories


(Recommendation) The applicant should have completed a course of training appropriate to the privileges to be granted

• S K I L L

The applicant shall have demonstrated ability to perform those functions applicable to the privileges to be granted

• Privileges of the holder of the licence and the conditions to be observed in exercising such privileges

The privileges of the holder of an aircraft maintenance licence shall be to certify the aircraft or parts of the aircraft as airworthy after an authorized repair, modification or installation of powerplant, accessory, instrument, and/ or item of equipment, and to sign a maintenance release following inspection, maintenance operations and/ or routine servicing.

• CASR part 65
(Revision 1)




• Subpart A – General
65.1 Applicability

CASR Part 65 prescribes;

® How to issuance or renewal certificate

® The Privileges and Limitation

• 65.2 Definitions

¶ A basic certificate is equivalent to a licence without ratings and issued by the DG to persons who meet the age, knowledge, skill and experience

¶ A certificate of maintenance approval is equivalent to a licence, but the group or type rating may be limited in respect of validity and scope

¶ A licence is the document described in Annex 1

¶ A group rating is a rating covering a group of aircraft or components

¶ A type or rating is a rating for a specified individual aircraft or component

¶ A group or type rating, when added to a basic certificate, is a licence

• 65.3 Conformity with International Standards

Conform to Minimum Standard of Annex 1

• 65.5 Licences and certificates

• A1, A2, A3, A4

• C1, C2, C4

• Airframes, Engines, Electrical, Instrument, Radio

• Certificate of Maintenance approval

• Type and group ratings listed in appendix A

• Aircraft and component ratings

• 65.7 Application for a licences, certificates and ratings

• Shall be made on form prescribe by Director General.

• Shall include a “Statement of Experience“

• Hold a current licence or certificate issued by a foreign contracting state

• 65.9 Issue of licences, certificates and ratings

• The applicant is a fit and proper person

• Has sufficient ability in reading, writing and understanding the English language

• Not contrary to the interests of aviation of aviation safety

• Passed the air law examination and oral examination

• 65.11 Validity and renewal of licences and certificates

• Shall remain valid for period specified in the licence and such period shall not be exceed two years from the date of issue or previous renewal

• May be renewed for a further period not exceeding two years

• Within the immediately preceding 24 moths, has for periods totalling at least 6 month

• 65.13 Certificate of Competency

For a basic examination shall be accompanied by a certificate of competency (STK) showing the ”Technical Skill” requirement

• 65.14 Licence and certificate document

The Director General shall issue a Licence which is specify :

• Licence Number.

• Rating’s Granted.

• 65.17 Examination: general

General :

• Are given at TIMES, LOCATIONS and by PERSONS, designated by the DG.

• The minimum passing grade is 70%.

• Pass basic knowledge written, oral and practical examination (specified in appendix B)

• DG may issue a licence or certificate to person who pass the basic knowledge examination

• 65.19 Cheating or other unauthorized conduct

• No person may;

• Copy or Intentionally removed an exam paper.

• Give or receive from another person any part or copy of an exam paper.

• Give help to, or receive help from any person during period of exam.

• Take any part of an exam on behalf of another person

• Use any Unauthorised material or aid.

• Intentionally change, assist or participate in any act prohibited by this paragraph.

• Person who commits an act prohibited by paragraph above of this section is not eligible for any licence or rating’s for period of one year after the date of the act prohibited,

• the commission of that act,is a basis for suspending or Revoking.

• 65.21 Re-examination after failure

Application for re-examination

• Not less than 30 days after the date applicant failed the examination,


• Before 30 days have expired if :

The applicant present a sign statement from the person has given the applicant additional Instruction in each of the subject failed and applicant is considered ready for examination.

• 65.23 Falsification documents

• No person may make or cause to be made;

• Any Fraudulent or intentionally false statement on any application.

• Any Fraudulent or intentionally false entry in any record and report.

• Any reproduction for fraudulent purposes.

• Any alteration of any licence or rating.

• The commission of this paragraph is a basis for suspending or Revoking.

• 65.25 Change of address

The holder of AME Licence shall :

Notify the Director General of any change to a permanent mailing address :

• In writing.


• Within 30 days.

• 65.27 Suspension or cancellation

Upon the Suspension or Cancellation of a Licence, the holder shall return the licence document to the appropriate office of the Director General.

• 65.29 Medical Fitness

LAME SHALL NOT Exercise the privileges of their license IF, they know suspect that their physical or mental condition renders them unfit to exercise such privileges.

• 65.31 Display of License

• Each person who holds a license SHALL KEEP it within the immediate area where he normally exercises the privileges of the license and

• SHALL present it for inspection upon requested.

• SUBPART B – AME licence
65.41 Eligibility Requirements

• A basic certificate may be issued who is not less than 19 years of age and meets the applicable requirements.

• A licence may be issued to a person who is not less than 21 years age, pass the written and oral examination, has met the experience requirements, able to write, speak, and understand either Indonesia or English to read and understand Technical English as used in Maintenance Manual

• 65.43 Issuance and Extension of licence

• The Director General may grant a licence to an applicant who meets the requirements of this part.

• The Director General may subsequently “Extend the Privileges” by endorsing in it additional rating for such extension.

• 65.45 Recognition of foreign licences

• The Director General Will, upon application issue an Indonesian AME licence to the holder of a valid AME Licence (or Equivalent) issued by an ICAO Contracting state provided the applicant :

• Complies with the requirements of this part (valid)

• Passes an examination on Indonesian aviation Regulations

• Such aircraft are on the Indonesian Register

• 65.47 Privileges

• Perform or supervise the maintenance of an aircraft or component

• Release an aircraft or component to service after maintenance has been performed

• Shall not exercise the privileges if not hold a type or group, if not familiar with all the relevant information, if not valid

• SUBPART C – Licence rating
65.51 Applicability

• Prescribes the regulations governing group ratings and type ratings

• Licence category

• Licence and rating with such limitations

• Privileges and limitation of a licence

• 65.53 Eligibility requirements

• Hold a current AME

• Completed at least 6 months experience

• Submit a schedule of experience (STE)

• Successfully completed examination or course of training under part 147, manufacturer and approved by contracting state

• 65.55 Privileges

• A group rating authorizes the holder of an AME licence to exercise the privileges of that licence on any aircraft or component falling within the definition of the applicable group in appendix A

• Subject to the requirements of part 145, a type rating authorizes the holder of an AME licence to exercise the privileges of that licence on the type of aircraft or component specified on that rating

Certificate of maintenance approval
65.61 Applicability

This subpart prescribes regulation governing the issue of certificate of maintenance approval and the privileges and limitation of that certificate

• 65.63 Eligibility requirements

• Shall be not less than 21 years of age

• Have practical experience acceptable by the DG

• Successfully completed a course of training

• Pass air law and airworthiness requirement examination

• 65.65 Privileges

• A certificate of maintenance approval specifies the privilege that the certificate holder may exercise

• May authorize any person who is a licence holder to perform and certify for release to service, any aircraft type for which that person does not have the practical experience required by subpart C, or

• May authorize any person who is not the holder of licence, but is a workshop engineer who satisfies the DG that he/she is competent, to perform & supervise

• Appendix A- Group and ratings
(detailed in AC 65-01)

• Appendix B – Examination syllabus
(detailed in AC 65-02)

• Air law and airworthiness requirements

• Natural science and aircraft general knowledge

• Aircraft engineering

• Aircraft maintenance

• Human performance and limitations

• CASR Part 43
Revision 1

Maintenance , Preventive

maintenance, Rebuilding,

and Alteration

• CASR 43.3

Persons Authorized to Perform Maintenance

No person may perform maintenance

… … … unless:

• He/she is the holder of an AME licence in accordance with CASR 65,

• He/she is working under direct supervision of an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, except for certain inspections including major repair or alteration,



• Application form for licences, certificates, and rating

• Form DAC 65-01

“Application for licence or certificate”

• Form DAC 65-02

“Certificate of Competency”

• Form DAC 65-01 “Application for licence or certificate”

• Form DAC 65-02 “Certificate of Competency”



Metal stressed skin unpressurized commercially manufactured and Amateur-build aeroplanes not exceeding 5700 kg MTOW and with fixed undercarriage, example;

• Aerocomander 100,

• AESL/Victa Airtourer series,

• Beagle B121,

• Beech B19, 23 series & 77

• Bolkow 208 series

• Britten Nourman BN2 series

• Cessna 150, 152, 170, 172, 180, 185 series excludind retractable models

• Piper PA28 series, 32 series excluding retratable models, PA36 series, and PA38 series


Metal stressed skin unpressurized commercially and amateur-build aeroplanes other than group 1, example;

• Aerocomander 500 series and 680 series

• Beech 24 series, V35 series, A36 series, 55, 58 65 and 76 series, 99 series

• Cessna 172 RG, 177RG, 182 series, 210 series, 212 series, T303, T310 and T320 series, T337 series, 402 and 404 series, A37B

• Douglass DC3

• Embraer EMB110

• PA34, 39 and 44 series, PA24, 28R, PA31 series

• Ted Smith Aerostar 600 series


Commercially manufactured and amateur-built aeroplane with principally, wooden, tubular, or fabric covered structure, example;

• Auster B8, Auster J series

• Beagle A61 series, A109 series

• Cessna 120

• De Havilland DH60 series, DH82 series DH83 series, DH89series,and DH94 series

• Percival Prentice and Proctor

• Piper J, PA18, PA22, PA25 series

• Pitts Special series

• Taylorcraft BC series & 20

• Airframe Group 4

Commercially manufactured or Amateur-build aeroplanes constructed principally of fiber reinforced plastic (FRP), or similar material, examples;

• Slingsby T61C Falcon, and T67 Firefly


Piston engine rotorcraft, including amateur-build, other than those included in AIRFRAME GROUP 7, examples;

• Brantly B2

• Bell 47 and Kawasaki-Bell 47 series

• Enstrom F28, 280 series

• Hughes 269 series

• HillerUH12E series except Soloy conversion

• Robinson R22/R44 series

• Sikorsky S55B

(in individual rating)

Turbine-engine Helicopters other than those in AIRFRAME GORUP 7 for which only individual ratings are granted, examples;

• Aerospatiale AS350 series, SA315

• Bell 47 Soloy conversion, Bell 206 series

• Fairchild Hiller FH1100, Hiller UH12E Soloy conversion

• Hughes 369 series

• Kawasaki 369 series

(Rating are granted for specific types only)

All pressurized aeroplanes


Rotary and fixed wing Airframe components



Normally aspirated piston engines, example;

• All Teledyne Continental and Rolls Royce Continental normally aspirated piston engines

• De Havilland Gipsy 1, Gipsy Minor and major, Gipsy Six

• Queen series except Queen 70, Blackburn Cirrus minor & Cirrus Major

• All Avco Lycoming normally aspirated piston engines

• Pobjoy Niagara III

• Normally aspirated piston engines in amateur-built aircraft


Turbo-charged or supercharged piston engines, examples;

• Avco Lycoming TIO-540 series, TIO-541 series, LTIO-540 series, TO-360 and LTO-360 series, TVO-435 series, IGSO-540 series

• De Havillan Gipsy Queen 70

• Pratt and Whitney R-985 series, R-1340 series, R-1830 series, R-2000 series, R-2800 series

• Teledyne Continental GTSIO-520 series, TSIO-520 series, TSIO-360 series, LTSIO-360 series

• Wright R-1300 series, R-1820 series, R-2600 series


Turbine Engines, examples;

• Allison 250

• Ariel

• Arthouste III

• Garrett TPE331, TFE731

• General electric CF700, CT7

• Lycoming T53, LTS 101

• Makila 1A

• PW PT6A/T series, JT8D series

• RR Dart 7, Spey 511, 555, 611, 620

• Turmo IV


Piston engines, turbine engines components, including propellers


• Electrical group 1

• Electrical group 2

• Electrical group 7

• Electrical group 8


Electrical systems in pressurized aeroplanes having a maximum take off wight of 5700 kg or less and unpressurized airframes which have as their primary source of power;

• DC generators, or

• Starter generators, or

• Alternators with self-contained rectifiers


Electrical systems which have as their primary source of power;

• DC generators, or starter generators, and have frequency wild alternators installed for secondary services, or

• Constant frequency AC form alternators driven by constant speed drive units


Electrical system and Equipment installed in pressurized aeroplanes and having a maximum take off weight more than 5700 kg


Electrical components


• Instrument group 1

• Instrument group 2

• Instrument group 7

• Instrument group 8


General aircraft instrument systems; basic flight instrument systems; oxygen systems; cabin pressurization and air conditioning systems other than those fitted to pressurized aeroplanes having a maximum take off weight of 5700 kg or more


Autoflight and navigation systems including air data computer systems, servo driven instruments, remote gyro systems including remote reading compasses, automatic flight control systems and inertial navigation systems other than those fitted to pressurized aeroplanes having a maximum take off weight of 5700 kg or more


Instrument flight systems installed in pressurized aeroplanes and having a maximum take off weight more than 5700 kg


Instrument component


• Radio group 1

• Radio group 2

• Radio group 3

• Radio group 7

• Radio group 8


Airborne communication system including VHF, HF, CVR, audio and ELT


Airborne navigation systems including ADF, VOR, ILS, VLF, Omega, Marker Beacon, GPS, and GNSS


Airborne primary and secondary radar including weather radar, doppler, radio altimeter, DME, transponder and TCAS


Complete radio installations installed in pressurized aeroplanes and having a maximum take off weight of more than 5700 kg


Radio and radar components





• Basic licence examination syllabus

• Group and type rating examination syllabus

• The knowledge required is that specific in annex 1 paragraph Variations in the depth of knowledge required will be determined by the privileges of the licence in the particular category. Each topic within the syllabus has a level number that provides an indication of the degree of level of knowledge-required.

These are three level numbers and they are defined as follows;

• Level 1; general appreciation of principles and a broad understanding of the subject

• Level 2; comprehension of principle and salient features. Simple relevant calculations may be required

• Level 3; detailed knowledge of all aspect of the subject including relevant calculations

• Basic licence examination syllabus
Air law and airworthiness requirements

• The convention on international civil aviation, 1944

• CASR part 1, 21, 39, 43, 47, 91, 121, 135, 145

• ICAO annexes 1, 6, and 8

• Advisory circular

• Airworthiness directives

• Specimen documentation-forms, record, logbooks and manual

• Basic licence examination syllabus
Human performance and limitation

• Physiological factors

• Psychological factor

• Basic aviation psychology

• Physical environment

• Aviation organizational factors

• Basic licence examination syllabus
Natural science and aircraft general knowledge

• Arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculations, matter

• Mechanic static, kinetics, Dynamic, fluid dynamics, Thermodynamics, Optics, Wave motion and sound

• Electron theory, Static electrical and conduction

• Electrical terminology, Generation of electricity

• DC source of electricity, DC circuit

• Resistance/ resistor, Power, Magnetism, Inductance/ inductor, DC motor, AC theory, Resistive (R), Capacitive (C) and inductance (L) circuits, Transformers, Filters, AC generators, AC motors, Electrical fundamentals, Electronic instrument systems, Numbering systems, data buses, Logic circuits, Basic computer structure, Electronic displays, Electrostatic sensitive devices, Software management control, Electromagnetic environment, Typical electronic/ digital a/c systems

• Basic licence examination syllabus
Aircraft engineering

• Aircraft material-ferrous, non ferrous, composite and non metallic, corrosion

• Fasteners, bolts, stud, and screws, locking devices, rivets. Pipe and unions, springs, bearing, transmissions, control cables electrical cables and connectors

• Safety precautions, aircraft and workshop, workshop practices, Tools, Fits and clearances, Engineering drawings, Diagram and standards, Riveting, Pipes and Hoses, Springs, Bearings, transmissions, control cable, Electrical Cables and connectors, Sheet metal work, Welding, brazing, soldering and Bonding, Aircraft Weighing and Balance, aircraft Handling and Storage, Inspection and Repair Techniques, Abnormal Events, Physics of the Atmosphere, Aerodynamics, Theory of Flight, Flight Stability and Dynamics, Flight Controls, Airframe Structures-General Concepts, Fuselage, Wing, Stabilizers, Flight Control surfaces, Nacelles/Pylons, Surface Protection, Air Conditioning, air Supply, Safety and warning devices, Instrument/avionic System, Electrical Power, Equipment and furnishings, Fire Protection, Flight Control, Fuel Systems, Hydraulic Power, Ice and Rain Protection, Landing Gear, Lights, Pneumatic/ Vacuum

• Basic licence examination syllabus Aircraft maintenance

• Maintenance organization

• Maintenance procedures

• Maintenance support

• Maintenance personnel requirement

• Group and type examination

• Group and type examination

• Group and type examination

• Group and type examination

• Navigation systems

• Oxygen

• Pneumatics

• Vacuum

• Electrical and electronic panels


• Propellers

• Rotor (rotorcraft)

• Engine indicating

• Engine oil

• Group and type examination

• Terima kasih banyak and remember:

Your professional and diligent approach, in regulating civil aviation, will help to ensure the safe operation of Indonesian aircraft and the safe passage of people around the world.

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