12. The principal Order is amended by inserting, immediately after the Seventeenth Schedule, the following Schedule:
Paragraph 67(3)(a) and (4)(b)
1. The aerodrome manual shall —
be typewritten or printed, and signed by the aerodrome operator;
be in a format that is easy to revise;
have a system for recording the currency of the pages and amendments thereto, including a page for logging revisions; and
be organised in a manner that will facilitate the preparation, review and acceptance or approval process.
2. The aerodrome operator shall include the following particulars in an aerodrome manual, to the extent that they are applicable to the aerodrome, under the following parts:
Part 1. General information on the purpose and scope of the aerodrome manual; the legal requirement for an aerodrome certificate and an aerodrome manual as prescribed under this Order; conditions for use of the aerodrome; the aeronautical information services, air traffic services, meteorological services and security provision available and the procedures for their promulgation; the system for recording aircraft movements and the obligations of the aerodrome operator as specified in paragraphs 67, 67A and 67C to 67L of this Order.
Part 2. Particulars of the aerodrome site.
Part 3. Particulars of the aerodrome required to be reported to the Aeronautical Information Services.
Part 4. The aerodrome operating procedures and safety measures. This may include references to air traffic procedures such as those relevant to low-visibility operations. Air traffic management procedures are normally published in the air traffic services manual with a cross-reference to the aerodrome manual.
Part 5. Details of the aerodrome administration and the safety management system.
3. The particulars to be included in an aerodrome manual shall be as specified in the Manual of Aerodrome Standards.”.
[G.N. Nos. S 573/91; S49/92; S 60/92; S 180/92; S 61/93; S 199/93; S 8/94; S 67/98; S 325/2000; S 384/2000; S 166/2002; S 56/2003]