Chinanews.com, November 29. According to the website of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, on November 29, the C919 aircraft T5 test summary and AEG review report issuance activity was held at the COMAC Customer Service Center.
After the completion of the T5 test, 15 pilots, including the flight instructors of the COMAC customer service center, have obtained the type qualification of the C919 aircraft, which also marks that the C919 aircraft will soon be put into operation
The full name of the T5 test is the Flight Standardization Committee type rating training specification test. It is a key task in the process of new aircraft type aircraft operation conformity review (ie AEG review), and it is also a comprehensive inspection of the type design and manufacturer's system.
The first batch of pilots, flight instructors and bureau inspectors of the new model can obtain type qualification after the T5 test is completed, which is of great significance to the delivery and operation of the new model and subsequent flight safety.
The T5 test of the C919 aircraft lasted nearly two months. A total of 5 bureau representatives (including 1 representative from the Civil Aviation Department of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government), 3 Eastern Airlines pilots and 2 COMAC customer service center pilots participated.
Picture from the website of Civil Aviation Administration of China
After the conclusion of the T5 test, the Flight Standards Department of the Civil Aviation Administration issued the "C919 Aircraft Aircraft Review Report" (AEG review report) to COMAC, giving the pilot qualification specifications, maintenance personnel qualification specifications, master minimum equipment list, Various review conclusions such as planned maintenance requirements, operation and continuing airworthiness documents.
Relevant conclusions have built a bridge from design, manufacture to use and maintenance for domestic large aircraft, which is a necessary condition for C919 aircraft to be put into operation.
In order to better carry out the AEG review of C919 aircraft, since 2016, this work has been carried out simultaneously with its airworthiness certification, including four pilot qualification specifications, master minimum equipment list, planned maintenance requirements, and full-aircraft emergency evacuation demonstration. The review project is jointly carried out by the Civil Aviation Administration of China, the Civil Aviation Department of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, and the Civil Aviation Administration of the Macao Special Administrative Region.
In conjunction with this event, CAAC East China Regional Administration issued the "Flight Training Institution Certificate" and "Maintenance Training Institution Certificate" to the COMAC Customer Service Center for the addition of C919 models.
This marks that COMAC is officially capable of providing complete model training services for C919 aircraft customers.
(China New Finance and Economics)