Civil Aviation Order 103 by malj


									I, WILLIAM BRUCE BYRON, Director of Aviation Safety, on behalf of CASA, make this
instrument under regulation 21 of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988.

[Signed Bruce Byron]
Bruce Byron
Director of Aviation Safety and
  Chief Executive Officer

17 December 2007

Civil Aviation Order 103.3 Instrument 2007

1      Name of instrument
       This instrument is the Civil Aviation Order 103.3 Instrument 2007.

2      Commencement
       This instrument commences on the day after it is registered.

3      New Civil Aviation Order 103.3
       Civil Aviation Order 103.3 is repealed and a new Civil Aviation Order 103.3
       substituted as set out in Schedule 1.

Schedule 1           Civil Aviation Order 103.3

Design standards — aircraft instruments

1      Application
       This Civil Aviation Order issues design standards under regulation 21 of the Civil
       Aviation Regulations 1988 in respect of aircraft instruments.

2      Design standards
       Design standards for aircraft instruments must be the relevant design standards
       specified in either:
       (a) Specifications of the British Standards Institute; or
       (b) Specifications of the Society of Automotive Engineers (USA).
       Note A specification issued by the competent authority in a contracting state or a manufacturer’s
       proprietary specification may, upon application to the Director, be designated by him as an alternative
       design standard.

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