Aircraft Flight Manual Changes
We've also changed the way we manage amendments to aircraft flight manuals. We no longer notify you individually when amendments have been made. We will maintain, instead, a list of the current revision status of each flight manual on our website, under the AIR number. You should keep your flight manual up-to-date by checking this regularly under your aircraft registration. This is your responsibility.
Note: CAAF updates its flight manual records and database only when notified by the manufacturer. We don't have the resources to monitor this proactively. To ensure you have the latest information, you should check the manufacturer or type certificate holder's website. Again, this is your responsibility.
We have also revised how we document the supplements in a flight manual. You're no longer sent a list of all supplements approved for your aircraft type. It is your responsibility to ensure your manual contains the appropriate supplements.
Which supplements your flight manual must contain depends on what modifications and equipment your aircraft has. Queries for any locally produced supplements should be to th CAAF Airworthiness Section.
Flight manual information can be found under aircraft register. If you want to know further information about the aircraft flight manual of an aircraft registered in Fiji:
or write to attention of:
Senior Airworthiness Maintenance & Engineering Inspector, Civil Aviation Authority of Fiji, Private Mail Bag NAP 0354, Nadi Airport, Fiji
Giving as many details as you can about the aircraft, and explaining what information you want, will help us process your request more quickly than if you offer us no guidance.
For further information, refer to
- Laws of Fiji
- CAAF Standards Documents
- CAAF Application Forms
- CAAF Aeronautical Information Circulars
- CAAF Guidance Documents