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    FTL (Flight Time Limitations)

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    FTL (Flight Time Limitations)

    Message  copter le Lun 27 Nov 2017 - 13:42

    Les FTL arrivent à grand pas. Cela risque de révolutionner notre mode de fonctionnement.

    Celui qui se sent capable de faire un résumé est le bienvenu car les NPA sont imbuvables.

    Cette NPA est disponible sur le site de l'EASA avec le lien suivant :
    https://www.easa.europa.eu/system/files/dfu/NPA%202017-17.pdf

    Envoyer vos commentaires directement à l'Agence avant le 31 janvier 2018 à l'aide de l'outil CRT (http://hub.easa.europa.eu/crt/).
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    Re: FTL (Flight Time Limitations)

    Message  vanhoute le Lun 4 Déc 2017 - 13:50

    Merci pour le lien.
    Une grosse partie sur les limitations des temps de vol, y compris avec ou sans PA !
    Cette partie là est à mon avis celle qui nous intéresse le plus :
    CS FTL.3.210
    Flight times and duty periods — HEMS
    Duty periods in HEMS operations under ORO.FTL.210(b)
    The total duty periods to which an individual crew member in HEMS operations may be assigned
    under ORO.FTL.210(b)does not exceed either of the following limits:
    (1)110 duty hours in any 14 consecutive days, on the condition that:
    i.the maximum daily FDP specified in CS FTL.3.205(a) or (b) does not exceed 14 hours;
    ii.the operator ensures at least one break of minimum 60 consecutive minutes within
    each FDP at the HEMS operating base at times that ensure likelihood of sleep;
    iii. for each FDP of more than 12 hours, the total break time constitutes 50% of the time
    above 12 hours;
    iv.the time for breaks excludes the necessary time for post- and pre-flight duties;
    v.the operator provides suitable accommodation for crew members at the HEMS
    operating basefor the purpose of breaks;
    vi.the minimum recurrent extended recovery rest period required under
    ORO.FTL.235(d) shall be increased to include 4 local nights.
    (2)190 duty hours in any 28 consecutive days, spread as evenly as practicable throughout
    that period
    CS FTL.3.
    220
    Split duty

    HEMS
    The following applies in the case of split duty with one or more breaks on the ground in HEMS
    operations:
    (a) A break on the ground at the HEMS operating base is at least 60 consecutive minutes, if taken in
    a suitable accommodation, or at least 2 consecutive hours, if taken in accommodation.
    (b) If not taken at the HEMS operating base, the break on the ground has a minimum duration of
    3 consecutive hours.
    (c)For any break of 6 hours or more or for a break that encroaches the window of circadian low
    (WOCL), suitable accommodation is provided;
    (d)Time allowed for post-and pre-flight duties and travelling is excluded from each break; the
    minimum total time for post-and pre-flight duties and travelling is 30 minutes or 15 minutes if
    at a HEMS operating base; the operator shall specify the actual times in its operations manual;
    (e)An operator may extend the basic maximum daily FDP specified in CS FTL.3.205 by up to 50% of
    the combined duration of all breaks on the ground, with the exception of the time exceeding
    6hours or encroaching the WOCL if spent in other than suitable accommodation.
    GM1 CS FTL.3.220(b)
    Split duty — HEMS Post-,pre-flight duty and travelling times
    The operator should specify post-and pre-flight duty and travelling times taking into account the
    aircraft type, the type of operation and the conditions of the airport, landing site or HEMS operating
    base, as applicable.
    CS FTL.3.225 Standby and duties at the HEMS operating base
    The limits on flight duty, duty and rest periods in HEMS operations may be modified in accordance with
    the following:
    (a)The maximum duration of standby duty is 16 hours.
    (b)Standby is followed by a rest period in ac
    cordance with ORO.FTL.235. In case of consecutive standby duties not leading to an assignment of FDP, the applicable minimum rest period may be reduced to 8 hours, if the response time specified by the operator is 60 minutes or more.
    (c)Standby ceases when the crew member reports at the designated reporting point.
    (d)If standby ceases within the first 6 hours of standby, the maximum FDP counts from reporting;
    (e)If standby ceases after the first 6 hours, the maximum FDP is reduced by the amount of standby
    time exceeding 6 hours except in case of split duty;
    or
    (f)Time on standby duty is not counted for the reduction of the maximum allowable FDP in the
    following cases:
    (1)if the standby starts between 23:00 and 07:00 and the crew member is not contacted by the operator
    during that period;
    (2)if the assigned FDP includes a break on the ground; and
    (3)the response time established by the operator allows the crew member to arrive from
    his/her place of rest to the designated reporting point within a reasonable time.
    (g)The response time is the time between the communication of a duty assignment and the
    reporting time and is reflected in the operator’s flight time specification scheme.

    CS FTL.3.230 Reserve — HEMS
    The operator,when assigning duties to a crew member on reserve as provided for by ORO.FTL.230,
    complies with the following:
    (a)A crew member may be assigned to a maximum of 21 days on reserve per calendar year.
    (b)Any FDP or standby duty, assignedafter the reserve, counts from the reporting time.
    (c)Reserve times do not count asduty period for the purpose of ORO.FTL.210(a) or (b) and
    ORO.FTL.235.
    (d)The operator specifies a number of consecutive reserve days within the limits of
    ORO.FTL.235(d).
    (e)To protect an 8-hour sleep opportunity in accordance with fatigue management principles, the
    operator rosters/pre-notifies for each reserve day a period of 8 hours during which a crew
    member on reserve cannot be contacted by the operator.
    (f)Minimum notification time for any duty is 10 hours that may include the 8-hour sleep
    opportunity under (e).
    (g)Reserve time doesnot count as recurrent extended recovery rest.
    Complexe !


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    Re: FTL (Flight Time Limitations)

    Message  GDN21 le Lun 4 Déc 2017 - 15:43

    Si je comprends bien les H14 peuvent rester non ? 14h X7j =98h donc inférieure aux 110h sur les 14j ?

    Par contre cette notion de 60 minutes de repos entre 2 FDP c'est nouveau non ?

    Sur certains endroit ça va coincer pour ça...

    "the operator provides suitable accommodation for crew members at the HEMS
    operating basefor the purpose of breaks;"

    surtout pour les TCMs...

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