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CAA’s CAR Part 149 certification of GNZ, and the Manual of Approved Procedures (MOAP) governs Gliding New Zealand’s scope of activities, and all gliding related operations of its affiliates. Supplementary information to the MOAP is provided in Advisory Circulars (ACs).
These publications are amended as required. If you believe a change is required, please notify the person listed as document controller. Contact details can be found at: Contact details for document controllers
The MOAP and many of the associated forms require Adobe Acrobat Reader to display and print.
|Document||Effective Date||Document Controller|
|Manual of Approved Procedures||1 September 2020||GNZ Executive Officer|
The Manual of Approved Procedures (MOAP) is amended regularly. Details of the latest changes here.
Civil Aviation Rule Exemptions
The Director of Civil Aviation has granted the following exemptions from Civil Aviation Rules:
Duplicate inspection of glider controls after maintenance
The duplicate inspection of controls after maintenance (not normal rigging) may be carried out by a GNZ Engineer Approval holder or by a QGP. See the formal exemption certificate 14/EXE/28.
Weak-links for Aero-tow
Weak-link requirements for aero-tow have effectively been modernised to cater for low mass towing aircraft, such as microlights. See the formal exemption certificate 16/EXE/34.
The various minimum heights down to which aerobatics in a glider may be conducted are significantly lowered for GNZ members holding aerobatic ratings issued in accordance with GNZ AC 2-06 dated July 2016 . See the formal exemption certificate 16/EXE/15. For the AC, go to this page.