- licensing of personnel
- International standards and recommended practices are established for licensing the following personnel:i. Flight crewmembers: private pilot; commercial pilot; senior commercial pilot; airline transport pilot; glider pilot; free balloon pilot; private pilot–helicopter; commercial pilot–helicopter; airline transport pilot–helicopter; flight navigator; flight engineer (flight mechanic); flight radio operator. A person must hold a valid license before undertaking duties as a flight crewmember.ii. Other personnel: aircraft maintenance engineer (aircraft maintenance mechanic) Type II; aircraft maintenance engineer (aircraft maintenance mechanic) Type I; aircraft radio engineer (aircraft radio mechanic); air traffic controller; flight operations officer; aeronautical station operator.
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