Date & Time: 2015-12-22 10:13 Click：
CCAR Part 145 was formulated and released on Nov 2, 1988, and has undergone the first revision released on Feb 3, 1993 and second revision released on Dec 21, 2001. The purpose of this regulation and the revisions thereof is to meet the needs of the development of the civil aviation industry in China and make continual improvement on the CAAC regulations system regarding the continual airworthiness administration. During the rule-making proceeding, the first revision of CCAR Part 66 and the CCAR Part 121 has been issued and come into effect, so the harmonization among CCAR-145, CCAR-66 and CCAR-121 as well as the relevant requirements prescribed in the previously released advisory circular, working procedure and administration documents has been properly incorporated in the second revision of CCAR-145. In addition, to meet the needs of the possible international corporation in the future, the second revision of CCAR-145 adopts the applicable ICAO requirements, at the same time, the counterpoint of requirements of the relevant FAA, EASA, and other authorities’ regulations has been taken into account in the second revision of CCAR-145.
Along with the release of “the People’s Republic of China Administrative law” on July 1, 2004, the requirements on the term of the application, acceptance of application as well as the approval prescribed in the second revision of CCAR-145 need to be revised to comply with the relevant requirements specified in “the People’s Republic of China Administrative law”; In addition, pursuant to the analysis and research made on the maintenance human factor and the conclusions thereof as well as the requirement to reinforce the training to the maintenance personnel, the further improvement needs to be made to include such requirements in the CCAR-145; Also to address the defects of the second revision of CCAR-145 found during the last three years since the release, the second revision of CCAR-145 has to be revised to clarify the relevant requirements and standards.