IGSA

Irish Gliding and Soaring Association

Inspection FAQ

 Irish Gliding & Soaring Association

 How do I organise an annual inspection of my glider?

You, the OWNER, will need to:

  1. Contact the IGSA Sub-Part F Manager (Joe Walsh) who will arrange for an inspector to inspect your glider,
  2. Liaise with the inspector re the required maintenance and inspection,
  3. Have all flights to date written into the log-book,
  4. Check for any new ADs which may have been issued since the last inspection,
  5. Confirm that your flight / maintenance manual is up to date,
  6. Check that any instruments which require calibration (for most gliders, these are the ASI & the altimeter) are within their specified periodic calibration window,
  7. Provide the inspector with a copy of the insurance certificate,
  8. File all of the above documents (including any Form 1s, Certificates of Conformity, instrument calibrations, etc.) in the glider maintenance file.

The INSPECTOR will :

  1. Inspect the aircraft,
  2. Complete Form 200 Glider Annual Maintenance Workpack, which will include details of all work done,
  3. Complete Form 208 (if the glider has been re-weighed as part of the annual),Check that the flight/maintenance manual is the current version,
  4. Insert the appropriate entries into the log-book to record the work which has taken place (i.e. the maintenance (including any ADs) & the inspection,
  5. Retain a copy of the workpack for his own file & store a copy in the IGSA file,

How do I organise an ARC review for my glider?

Contact the IGSA Sub-Part G Manager, Kieran Commins, who will arrange for an Airworthiness Review for your glider,

  1. The Airworthiness Review Officer will liaise with you re a suitable time for the review,
  2. The ARO will review all the documentation presented, with a number of elements examined in detail,
  3. A physical survey of the glider will also take place,
  4. If all is well, the ARO will then issue the ARC.

 

And What do I do Then?

Fly it.

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