Part 175 - Aeronautical Information Service Organisations - Certification
This compilation of the above Civil Aviation Rule was made by the Civil Aviation Authority as a reference document to provide details of the current rule requirements. It is not the official version of the Rule and should only be used as a reference document. It does not contain the statement specifying the Rule Objective, and the Extent of Consultation.
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The objective of Part 175 is to provide the regulatory requirements for persons or organisations wishing to provide aeronautical information services in support of the New Zealand flight information region and areas of the Auckland Oceanic flight information region for which New Zealand has a responsibility.
Part 175 adopts the standard layout for the rule parts relating to the certification of organisations. The layout prescribes specific requirements for the certification (entry standards), operation (continued operations), and safety audit (surveillance) of persons providing aeronautical information services.
The provision of aeronautical information services to meet New Zealand’s international obligations under the ICAO is subject to separate formal agreements between the Authority and the appropriate certificated aeronautical information service provider.