Departments

AAER, AAMR & TAQR

Roles and Responsibilities 

 

AAER

To administer the enforcement of technical airworthiness regulations specializing on policies and rules for all the agencies involved in state aircraft specific to design related engineering for aircraft and aeronautical products.

Responsibilities

(1) Develop policy and regulations related to design related engineering for aircraft and aeronautical products.

(2) Prepare, administer and plan the implementation of the authorization for aircraft engineering design organization and aeronautical products for AEO certification after Government contract has been obtained and to conduct ongoing observation through the yearly audit compliance practice.

(3) Ensure all Government agencies (ATM, APMM and Fire & Rescue Agency and Local Industrial Companies involved in design related engineering for aircraft and aeronautical products comply to the needs of TAMM (Reg.2 and Reg.3).

 

AAMR

To administer the enforcement of technical airworthiness regulations specializing on policies and rules for all the agencies involved in state aircraft status maintenance activities and aeronautical products in the Government service.

Responsibilities

(1) Develop policy and regulations related to aircraft maintenance aspects and aeronautical products.

(2) Prepare, administer and plan the implementation of the authorization for aircraft maintenance organization and aeronautical products for AMO certification after Government contract has been obtained and to conduct ongoing observation through the yearly audit compliance practice.

(3) Ensure all Government agencies (ATM, APMM and Fire & Rescue Agency and Local Industrial Companies involved in aircraft maintenance activities and aeronautical products comply to the needs of TAMM (Reg.4 and Reg.5).

(4) Provide consultation service on the maintenance rules in the process of obtaining aircraft and aeronautical products to Government agencies (ATM, APMM and Fire & Rescue Agency).

 

TAQR

To administer the enforcement of maintenance training conducted base on technical airworthiness regulations specializing on policies and rules for all the agencies involved in state aircraft status maintenance activities and aeronautical products in the Government service.

To administer all policies and procedures of aviation maintenance training and implementing airworthiness compliance audit of all organizations that operate aircraft, aeronautical products.

Responsibilities

(1) Develop policies and regulations relating to the relevant aspects of maintenance training on aircraft and aeronautics product.

(2) Prepare, manage, planning, implementation and verification of the organization's application for maintenance training on an aircraft and aeronautical products for AMTO certification. Further, continuous monitoring carried out through surveillance audit every year.

(3) Ensure that each agency that has gained status AMTO comply TAMM.

(4) To provide advice and expertise on the rules in performing maintenance training in the process of getting AMTO status to government agencies and the Local Industry.

 

DGTA

BACKGROUND

1996

APPROVED

by the RMAF Chief of Air Force Advisory Committee

2005

CONCEPT PAPER

for the implementation of technical airworthiness management was approved by RMAF Chief of Air Force Advisory Committee

2006

STATE AIRWORTHINESS AUTHORITY (SAA)

Appointment of Chief of Air Force as SAA were approved by Defence Minister Board

2008

MALAYSIAN MARITIME ENFORCEMENT AGENCY (APMM)

Became the first non-military State Aircraft Operator (SAO) to join the rank of State Airworthiness Authority

 

2010

ESTABLISHMENT OF DGTA

Approved by the Government in July 2010. With this approval, DGTA become a state agency responsible for regulating the technical airworthiness of state-registered aircraft.

Together We Build A Culture of Compliance - DGTA 2019.