1 1(53) Aviation Act (2010:500) PART ONE Civil Aviation Chapter 1 Introductory provisions Scope of the Act Section 1. Aviation within Swedish territory may only be carried out in accordance with this act or other statute, unless otherwise stipulated in EU regulations. Unless otherwise stipulated in this Act, this Act and regulations issued on the basis of it shall apply also for aviation with Swedish aircraft outside Swedish territory, if this is consistent with applicable foreign law. Section 2. If it is consistent with applicable foreign law, the following provisions shall apply also for aviation outside of Swedish territory with foreign aircraft, when these are being used within the framework of a Swedish operating licence: 1. Chapters 3-5, 2. Chapter 8, Sections 1 and 4-6, 3. regulations issued on the basis of provisions included under 1 or 2, 4. Chapter 12, Sections 1 and 3 as regards supervision of provisions included under 1-3, and
2 2(53) 5. Chapter 13, Sections 1-3, Section 4, paragraph 1 items 6 and 8-11 and paragraph 2, Section 5, Section 6, paragraph 1 item 2 and paragraph 2, and Sections 7, 9 and 13. Section 3. When in this Act reference is made to countries within the European Union this shall, unless otherwise expressly provided, also include other countries which by means of binding agreements within the constitutionally regulated area are subject to civil aviation regulations adopted within the cooperation framework of the European Union. Section 4. The Aerial Transportation Act (2010:510) contains civil law provisions on the conditions for various forms of air transport. Section 5. For military aviation and other aviation for state purposes, the Act only applies to the extent specified on Chapter 14. Aviation within Swedish territory Section 6. An aircraft used for aviation within Swedish territory shall be registered in Sweden or in another country that is a member of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), or with which Sweden has an agreement regarding the right to aviation within Swedish territory. An aircraft which is not used for aviation requiring a permit and which is permanently used within Swedish territory shall be registered in Sweden. If there are special reasons, the government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that, or in individual cases decide that, aviation may be carried out with other aircraft, as well as the conditions under which this may be done. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that an aircraft may not be used within Swedish territory for environmental reasons. Section 7. Aircraft may not be flown at supersonic speed over Swedish territory. If there are extraordinary reasons, the government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations on, or in individual cases a decision on, exceptions to the prohibition. The conditions under which such exceptional
3 3(53) aviation may take place may be specified in connection with the issuing of such regulations or decisions. Further requirements relating to the operation of aircraft at supersonic speed may not made on the basis of the Environmental Code. Section 8. The government or public authority appointed by the government may for military reasons issue regulations on, or in individual cases decide on, restrictions or bans on aviation within a particular area of the country (restricted area). Such regulations or decisions may also be issued if necessary in the interests of public order and safety, outdoor recreational activities, nature conservation or environmental protection, or to avoid disturbance of a major general gathering or public event. Regulations which include a ban on aviation, and not just restrictions, and which are issued by a public authority other than the government, may impose such bans for a maximum of two weeks. Under exceptional circumstances or when otherwise required in the interests of public safety, the government may issue regulations on temporary restrictions or bans on aviation throughout the country. Aircraft of special types Section 9. Regarding aircraft which have no pilot on board or are not enginedriven or which are otherwise of a special type, the government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations on, or in individual cases decide on, exceptions to the provisions in Chapter 1, Section 6, paragraph 1 and Chapters 2-8, and otherwise issue any necessary regulations. Exceptions and regulations may not be formulated such that they conflict with flight safety or the public interest. Administrative tasks in connection with regulations may, if the government so prescribes, be delegated by the public authority to some other entity, even if the tasks include the exercise of public authority. Special regulations apply for such objects as are designed for movement in the air but are not classifiable as aircraft.
4 4(53) Aircraft registered with an international organisation Section 10. The provisions of this Act that apply to aircraft registered in another country shall apply correspondingly to aircraft registered with an international organisation. Standards Section 11. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that equipment used in or for aviation shall follow certain standards when the equipment has a bearing on flight safety. Chapter 2. Registration, nationality and markings Registration Section 1. The Swedish Transport Agency maintains a register of aircraft (the aircraft registry). Special provisions on the registration of rights in aircraft are included in the Act on the Registration of Rights in Aircraft (1955:227), and on certain international conditions in the Act Pursuant to Sweden s Accession to the 1948 Convention on the International Recognition of Rights in Aircraft (1955:229). Section 2. An aircraft may only be registered in Sweden if it is wholly owned by 1. the Swedish state, 2. a Swedish municipality or county council, 3. a citizen of a country within the European Union (EU country) or the estate of such a person, 4. a company, association, community or foundation of Swedish nationality or with its headquarters in an EU country, or 5. European economic interest groups with their headquarters in Sweden.
5 5(53) Even if conditions as set out in the first paragraph do not obtain, an aircraft may be registered in Sweden if it is used by someone as indicated in the first paragraph who has an operating licence issued in Sweden. The Transport Agency may in individual cases decide that an aircraft may be registered in Sweden even if conditions as specified in the first and second paragraphs do not obtain. Such a decision may only be made if the aircraft is generally flown from departure points in Sweden. Section 3. An aircraft registered in a foreign country may not be registered in Sweden unless it is deregistered in the foreign country. Section 4. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that aircraft may not be registered in Sweden for environmental reasons. Section 5. An application to register an aircraft shall be made by the owner. The information and background investigation necessary for the registration shall be submitted together with the application, which shall be in writing. Section 6. An aircraft shall be deregistered if 1. the owner requests it in writing, 2. the requirements in Section 2 are not fulfilled, 3. it has been in an accident or has been destroyed, 4. following a flight it has not been heard from for three months, or 5. it has ceased to be an aircraft due to a conversion or other such alteration, or if, without any alterations, it is no longer classifiable as an aircraft. The owner is obliged to report, within a month and in writing, any event that implies the deregistration of an aircraft as specified in the first paragraph, items 2-4. Section 7. If there is a registration for an aircraft in accordance with the Act on the Registration of Rights in Aircraft (1955:227), the aircraft may be
6 6(53) deregistered only if the party to whose benefit the registration is has consented to it. The same applies in respect of notes as specified in Section 2a of the same act. Section 8. If anyone other than the owner uses a registered aircraft for an unspecified period of time or for a specified period of at least one month, the lessor or the user shall report this to the aircraft registry, in writing, immediately following the lease unless the right of use has not been registered in accordance with the Act on the Registration of Rights in Aircraft (1955:227). If the right of use has been registered, a note shall be made in the aircraft registry if the lessor or user requests it. If a note has been made as described in the first paragraph, the lessor or user shall report to the aircraft registry when a lease for an unspecified period ends, or when a lease for a specified period ends early. Section 9. An aircraft which is located outside Sweden may, following an application by the party who has acquired the aircraft for a specified period, be registered in an appendix to the aircraft registry provided that the requirements in Sections 2 and 3 are fulfilled and that a registration proscription has not been prescribed under Section 4. Nationality Section 10. An aircraft entered in the aircraft registry has Swedish nationality. The Swedish Transport Agency issues certificates of registration (nationality and registration certificate). Section 11. An aircraft listed in the appendix to the aircraft registry has Swedish nationality as long as the entry is valid and is regarded as registered in Sweden under Chapter 1, Section 6, paragraph 1. The Swedish Transport Agency issues certificates of registration in the appendix (temporary nationality and registration certificate). Section 12. Aircraft shall have nationality and registration certificates when operated in aviation.
7 7(53) If an aircraft is operated pursuant to regulations or decisions issued on the basis of Chapter 1, Section 6, paragraph 2, conditions apply as prescribed by the government or the public authority appointed by the government. Markings Section 13. An aircraft entered in the aircraft registry or listed in the appendix to the registry shall be marked with its nationality and registration designation. A foreign aircraft operated within Swedish territory shall be marked in accordance with the regulations in its country of registration. If an aircraft is operated pursuant to regulations or decisions issued on the basis of Chapter 1, Section 6, paragraph 2, conditions apply as prescribed by the government or the public authority appointed by the government. Chapter 3. Airworthiness and compliance with environmental standards Aircraft airworthiness and compliance with environmental standards Section 1. An aircraft shall be airworthy and shall comply with environmental standards when used in aviation. The aircraft s owner, or if the aircraft is not used by the owner, the person using it in the owner s stead, is responsible for ensuring that the aircraft is airworthy and complies with environmental standards. Any conditions which have a bearing on airworthiness or compliance with environmental standards shall promptly be reported by the owner or the user to the public authority referred to in Section 8. An aircraft is considered airworthy if it is designed, built, tested, equipped and maintained in such a way and has such flight characteristics that safety requirements are fulfilled. An aircraft is regarded as complying with environmental standards if it is designed, built, tested, equipped and maintained in such a way that it does not cause damage through noise, air pollution, or other similar disturbance. Further requirements in respect of aircrafts compliance with environmental standards may not be made on the basis of the Environmental Code.
8 8(53) Section 2. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue further regulations on the conditions under which an aircraft is to be regarded as airworthy and as complying with environmental standards.
9 9(53) Certificate of airworthiness and certificate of compliance with environmental standards Section 3. When an aircraft has been shown to be airworthy, a certificate of airworthiness is issued. When an aircraft has been shown to comply with environmental standards, a certificate of compliance with environmental standards is issued. The certificates may be limited to a specified period, a specified type of aviation, or aviation within a specified area. The certificates may be renewed if the aircraft fulfils the requirements for airworthiness and compliance with environmental standards that apply at the time of the renewal. Section 4. An aircraft used for aviation shall have an airworthiness certificate and a certificate of compliance with environmental standards. A Swedish aircraft shall have a Swedish airworthiness certificate and a Swedish certificate of compliance with environmental standards, or foreign such certificates which have been approved in Sweden. A foreign aircraft shall have an airworthiness certificate and a certificate of compliance with environmental standards which have been issued or approved in the aircraft s country of registration and which are recognised in Sweden under an agreement with the country in question. Swedish airworthiness certificates and certificates of compliance with environmental standards are also accepted for foreign aircraft. A corresponding certificate issued on the basis of provisions of EU law shall be regarded as equivalent to a Swedish certificate as specified in this section. Section 5. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that, or may in individual cases decide that an aircraft which fulfils the requirements for flight safety may be used for aviation within Swedish territory even if the requirements in Section 4 are not fulfilled. The validity of such a decision may be limited in time. A decision under the first paragraph may be revoked if the requirements for flight safety or if environmental or noise considerations justify it.
10 10(53) Section 6. Unless decided otherwise, a Swedish airworthiness certificate and a Swedish certificate of compliance with environmental standards become invalid if 1. the aircraft has not been maintained in the prescribed way, 2. prescribed modifications have not been carried out, 3. modifications are made to the aircraft or to its equipment which can be assumed to have a bearing on airworthiness or compliance with environmental standards, 4. the aircraft does not undergo the prescribed inspection or control, or 5. the aircraft or equipment has been damaged in a way which has a clear bearing on airworthiness or compliance with environmental standards. If other circumstances arise which can be assumed to have a bearing on airworthiness or compliance with environmental standards, it may be determined that the airworthiness certificate and the certificate of compliance with environmental standards are invalid. An airworthiness certificate or a certificate of compliance with environmental standards which is invalid under the first or second paragraph remains invalid until the aircraft is declared airworthy or in compliance with environmental standards. When an airworthiness certificate or a certificate of compliance with environmental standards is invalid under this section, the holder of the certificate shall, upon request, immediately hand it in to the authority that reviews matters related to certificates of airworthiness and certificates of compliance with environmental standards. Section 7. The provisions in Sections 3 and 6 apply correspondingly in respect of the approval of foreign certificates of airworthiness and foreign certificates of compliance with environmental standards, and in respect of the renewal and invalidity of such approval. Section 8. Matters related to certificates of airworthiness and certificates of compliance with environmental standards are reviewed by the public authority appointed by the government for this purpose. The government may issue
11 11(53) regulations to the effect that the authority may delegate to a special expert the issuing and renewal of such certificates. Authorised official s access to aircraft Section 9. In connection with the review of matters related to certificates of airworthiness and certificates of compliance with environmental standards, authorised officials shall be given access to aircraft. The aircraft s owner or user, as well as its captain and crew, shall participate to the extent that this is necessary. The tasks of the authorised official shall be carried out in such a way as to cause the least possible inconvenience. Testing of an aircraft s flight characteristics Section 10. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that, or may in individual cases decide that an aircraft may be used for aviation even if the conditions of this chapter have not been fulfilled, if such use is necessary for testing an aircraft s flight characteristics, or for other special reasons. Manufacture and maintenance of aircraft Section 11. A permit is required from the government or public authority appointed by the government in order to manufacture aircraft as well as accessories and spare parts for aircraft, and to carry out maintenance, repairs and modifications on aircraft, accessories and spare parts. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations on, or in individual cases grant, exceptions to the permit requirement, if this can be done with due consideration for flight safety. Chapter 4. Pilot licences etc. Qualification to command an aircraft and to serve on board Section 1. An aircraft may only be commanded by someone who holds a valid pilot licence.
12 12(53) The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations on, or in individual cases grant, exceptions to the requirement for a pilot licence if there are special reasons and if this can be done with due consideration for flight safety. Section 2. The holder of a pilot licence may only command an aircraft of the category, class and type, and under the conditions and for the qualifications specified in the licence. Section 3. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that other crew members on an aircraft than the pilot shall hold a valid pilot licence in order to be allowed to carry out certain tasks on board. Provisions on licences and certificates of qualification for personnel in the ground organisation are included in Chapter 6. Training Section 4. A person in training for a pilot licence may operate an aircraft alone under the conditions stated in a student licence issued to her or him. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations on, or in individual cases grant, exceptions to the requirement for a student licence. Such exceptions may only be granted to an individual who is regarded as fulfilling the suitability requirements as specified in Section 9, paragraph 1. Section 5. A person serving as flight instructor shall possess a valid licence for the category, class and type of aircraft that the training is for, as well as such special qualifications as have been prescribed on the basis of Section 10. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations on qualification requirements for persons serving as controllers in flight tests and as instructors in flight training on the ground.
13 13(53) Qualification documents Section 6. Student licences shall be issued in Sweden. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that a licence shall be accepted as a student licence under this Act even if it has not been issued in Sweden. A student licence is valid only if the holder has a valid certificate proving that prescribed medical requirements have been fulfilled (medical certificate). Section 7. A pilot licence shall be issued or approved in Sweden. A licence is valid only to the extent that the qualifications tied to it are valid and the holder has a valid medical certificate. This Act also recognises as a pilot licence one which has been issued or approved in another country and which under an agreement with that country or regulations issued on the basis of Section 10 shall be recognised in Sweden. For duty on Swedish aircraft in international traffic, however, a certificate as specified in the first paragraph is required. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that, or in individual cases decide that a pilot licence issued in another country for a Swedish citizen shall not apply for aviation within Swedish territory. Section 8. A medical certificate shall be issued or approved in Sweden, or shall be such that under regulations issued on the basis of Section 10 it shall be recognised in Sweden. Issuing of student licences, pilot licences and medical certificates Section 9. Student licences or pilot licences may be issued only to persons who have a valid medical certificate and who in respect of their personal circumstances can be considered suitable as holders of a student licence or a pilot licence. The examination of personal circumstances shall concern the applicant s reliability in terms of sobriety and whether he or she can otherwise be expected to respect the rules of aviation and show the consideration and judgement required of a holder of a student licence or a pilot licence.
14 14(53) The provisions in the first paragraph also apply when a student licence or pilot licence is to be renewed, or when a licence is to be expanded, approved or recognised. Section 10. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations on 1. requirements in terms of the applicant s age in order for a student licence to be issued, 2. requirements in terms of age, knowledge, experience and skill in order for a pilot licence to be issued, 3. the conditions under which a licence may be expanded, renewed, approved or recognised 4. requirements for special qualifications in order for the holder of a licence to be permitted to carry out certain tasks in aviation if necessary for flight safety, and 5. requirements in terms of the applicant s state of health and physical and mental condition in order for a medical certificate to be issued, approved or recognised. Section 11. Any person applying for the issuing, expanding, renewal or approval of a pilot licence, or for the qualifications tied to the licence to be renewed, is obliged to undergo the examinations and tests (licence tests) which have been prescribed on the basis Section 10. The government may issue regulations to the effect that the public authority that reviews matters related to pilot licences may delegate the testing to some other entity. Section 12. A student licence is issued or renewed for a specified period of time. It may be limited to applying only under certain conditions. Section 13. A pilot licence is issued, expanded, renewed or approved for a specified period of time. It may be limited to applying only under certain conditions.
15 15(53) Section 14. If a suspension period has been determined under Section 22, paragraph 1, a student licence or pilot licence may not be issued or approved during the suspension period. Section 15. A medical certificate is issued or approved for a specified period of time. Revocation and restriction of student licences or pilot licences Section 16. A student licence or a pilot licence shall be revoked 1. if the holder has violated the provisions in Chapter 13, Sections 2 or 3, 2. if the holder in practising aviation has been guilty of serious negligence or has shown a clear disregard for other people s lives or property, 3. if the holder by repeatedly breaching the rules that apply for aviation has shown a significantly lacking will or ability to abide by the rules, 4. if the holder in practising aviation has in some other respect broken against any rule of essential significance to flight safety, 5. if the holder due to unreliability in terms of sobriety or due to the use of some other substance than alcohol cannot be regarded as a suitable holder of a student licence or a pilot licence, 6. if in view of another crime the holder has committed he or she cannot be assumed to respect the rules of aviation and show the consideration and the responsibility and judgement required of a holder, or if he or she due to other personal circumstances cannot be regarded as a suitable holder of a student licence or a pilot licence, 7. if the holder s conditions for carrying out the aviation activity that the student licence or the pilot licence refers to are so substantially limited due to illness or injury or for any other such reason that he or she should no longer hold a student licence or flying certificate for flight safety reasons, 8. if the holder otherwise fails to meet established requirements in terms of knowledge and skill,
16 16(53) 9. if the holder fails to comply with an injunction to undergo a control of his or her ability to perform the duty that the student licence or the pilot licence refers to, or with an injunction to provide a certificate of his or her physical or mental suitability as holder of a student licence or pilot licence, 10. if the holder himself or herself requests it. Section 17. Revocation under Section 16, item 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 may in respect of a pilot licence be limited to applying to one or several qualifications. In such cases as referred to in Section 16, item 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9, a student licence or a pilot licence may be restricted to applying under certain circumstances rather than being revoked. Section 18. A revocation due to a criminal act shall, in respect of whether a crime has been committed, be based on a judgement which has gained legal force, an approved order of summary punishment, an approved injunction to pay a fine, or a decision on discharge from punishment under Chapter 20 of the Code of Legal Procedure or equivalent provision in another statute. In the application of this Act, a conviction in a criminal case or other similar decision issued by a foreign court of law or other foreign authority is regarded as equivalent to a Swedish conviction. Warning or reminder Section 19. If for special reasons a warning can be considered a sufficient measure in such cases as referred to in Section 16, item 3, 4, 5 or 6, the holder of a student licence or pilot licence shall be warned instead of having their licence revoked. If there are insufficient reasons for a warning, the holder shall be reminded of the requirements that apply for student licences and pilot licences (reminder). Revocation until further notice Section 20. A student licence or a pilot licence shall be revoked or restricted until further notice pending a final decision in the matter if it can be reasonably assumed that the licence will be definitively revoked or restricted.
17 17(53) Confiscation of pilot licences Section 21. A pilot licence shall be confiscated if the holder in practising aviation has 1. shown clear signs of being under the influence of alcohol or some other substance, or 2. been guilty of serious negligence or has shown clear disregard for other people s lives or property. A licence may also be confiscated if the holder due to illness or injury or for some other reason is unable to fulfil his or her duties in a manner that is consistent with traffic safety. A confiscated licence is invalid. A decision on confiscation of a pilot licence may be issued by the police, a prosecutor or the Swedish Transport Agency. The matter of whether confiscation should be followed by an application for a revocation or by the return of the pilot licence to the holder shall be processed expeditiously. The government may issue further regulations on the confiscation of pilot licences. Suspension period Section 22. If an application for the issuing or renewal of a student licence or a pilot licence cannot be approved due to the applicant s personal circumstances, a suspension period shall be determined which must pass before the document may be issued. The same applies if a student licence or pilot licence is revoked under Section 16, item 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6. The suspension period shall have a duration of no less than three months and no more than three years. In the case of a revocation under Section 16, item 1 or 2, the duration of the suspension period shall be no less than one year. For the purposes of suspension periods in connection with revocation, the period is calculated from the time that the holder of the student licence or pilot licence was stripped of the qualification.
18 18(53) A suspension period determined in accordance with the first paragraph may, after the decision on duration has gained legal force, be reduced if circumstances arise or emerge and there are extraordinary reasons for a reduction. The duration may not, however, be reduced to a shorter period of time than those specified in the first paragraph s third or fourth sentence. Abandonment of licence intervention etc. Section 23. If a student licence or a pilot licence has been revoked until further notice for at least the amount of time that would have been determined as the suspension period, the final decision on revocation may rule that no further action will be pursued. The same applies if the pilot licence has been confiscated. Renewed licence following revocation Section 24. An application for the issuing of a pilot licence following revocation may not be considered before the suspension period has ended. Following a revocation, a new pilot licence may only be issued if the applicant fulfils the requirements in Section 9, paragraph 1 and has completed the licence tests prescribed under Section 10. Licence control Section 25. If it can be assumed that a licence holder is unable to carry out the tasks that the licence is for in a satisfactory way, the authority that reviews matters relating to licences may order the holder to undergo the necessary examinations and tests (licence control). A licence holder is also obliged to report to the authority any circumstances which can be assumed to be significant for his or her qualification. The authority referred to in the first paragraph may also order holders of student licences and pilot licences to present a certificate of their physical and mental suitability as licence holders.
19 19(53) Approval of foreign pilot licences Section 26. An approval in Sweden of a foreign pilot licence may not remain valid beyond the expiry date of the licence. Revocations of a Swedish approval of a foreign pilot licence shall be made on the grounds described in Sections Examination of matters relating to student licences and pilot licences Section 27. The Swedish Transport Agency reviews matters relating to student licences, pilot licences, medical certificates and the approval of foreign licences, except in those cases specified in Section 28. The government or public authority appointed by the government may commission doctors to issue medical certificates. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations about the requirements which must be fulfilled for such an appointment. If a medical certificate has been issued or extended by a commissioned doctor, the Swedish Transport Agency may, within a period of sixty days counting from the date of issue, review whether or not the individual fulfils the prescribed medical requirements, if special circumstances call for it. Section 28. Following an application, a general administrative court will try matters related to 1. revocation of student licences and pilot licences, and approval of foreign pilot licences, 2. warnings, and 3. reduction of suspension periods imposed by a court under Section 22, paragraph 1. Matters relating to the revocation or restriction until further notice of student licences or pilot licences are tried by a court only if the document has been
20 20(53) confiscated under Section 21, paragraph 1 or otherwise if the matter of revocation or restriction is pending in a court of law. Section 29. In cases concerning student licences, pilot licences and the approval of foreign pilot licences, the court may order the individual party to present 1. a medical certificate or other certificate of his or her physical and mental suitability, 2. proof that he or she has completed a licence test, 3. proof that he or she has undergone licence control. Such an order may only be appealed against in connection with an appeal against the decision with which the case was concluded. Section 30. If in a case concerning the revocation of a student licence, a pilot licence or an approval of a foreign pilot licence the court rules against a revocation, it may issue special conditions for the student licence, pilot licence or approval. Section 31. In cases tried under Section 28, the public interest is represented by the Swedish Transport Agency. Flight logbook Section 32. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that the pilot of an aircraft and one other person shall maintain a flight logbook and on how this is to be done. Chapter 5. Pilot-in-command and crew, and duties on board the aircraft Pilot-in-command Section 1. An aircraft shall have a pilot-in-command when used in aviation.
21 21(53) The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue further regulations on pilots-in-command. Crew Section 2. The owner of an aircraft or, if the aircraft is not used by the owner, the person using it instead of the owner, shall ensure that the aircraft is manned in the prescribed way. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue further regulations on aircraft crews. The authority of the pilot-in-command Section 3. The pilot-in-command has the highest authority on board. If necessary, the pilot-in-command may decide that crew members shall temporarily carry out other tasks than those they were employed for. The passengers shall abide by whatever the pilot-in-command determines regarding order on board. The pilot-in-command may force the disembarkation of or refuse to allow the boarding of crew members, passengers and cargo when circumstances so require. Flight preparation and execution Section 4. The pilot-in-command shall monitor that the aircraft is airworthy. He or she shall ensure that the aircraft is equipped, manned and loaded in the prescribed way. In addition, he or she shall ensure that the flight is prepared for and executed in accordance with current provisions. In respect of airworthiness, the pilot-in-command has the same obligation to report as the owner does under Chapter 3, Section 1, paragraph 1. Maintenance of order Section 5. If a person through his or her behaviour presents an immediate danger to flight safety or to aviation security, the pilot-in-command may take whatever measures against the said person as are necessary to avert the danger.
22 22(53) To carry out these measures, the pilot-in-command may not use harsher means than the circumstances require. The pilot-in-command should first of all try verbally to correct the person who presented the danger, by means of information and urgings. Force may only be resorted to when other means have failed. If force is resorted to, the mildest form that can be expected to lead to the intended result shall be used. Force may not be used for any longer than absolutely necessary. Crew members shall give the pilot-in-command whatever assistance he or she needs. Passengers may provide such assistance if urged to do so by the pilot-incommand. If a measure must be applied immediately due to the nature of the danger, the crew members and passengers themselves may carry it out themselves without being ordered to do so by the pilot-in-command. Crew members and passengers who provide assistance or otherwise apply measures in accordance with the fourth paragraph have the same right as the pilot-in-command to use force. Section 6. If a serious crime is committed on board, the pilot-in-command shall apply, if possible, such measures as are necessary for the investigation and that cannot be postponed. The pilot-in-command shall ensure, if possible, that the perpetrator does not abscond and may detain him or her in order to prevent this. In such cases, the provisions in Section 5 apply. The perpetrator may not be detained without his or her consent for longer than required until he or she can be handed over to a competent Swedish or foreign public authority. The pilot-in-command may confiscate such objects as can be significant for the investigation. He or she shall provide to the public authority referred to in the second paragraph such information, and convey the objects, as may be significant for the investigation. Care of passengers, aircraft and cargo Section 7. If an aircraft finds itself in distress, the pilot-in-command shall do everything he or she can to save the people on board, the aircraft and the cargo
23 23(53) carried. If the aircraft must be abandoned, he or she shall ensure, if possible, that the aircraft documentation is safeguarded. Reporting obligation Section 8. If an accident occurs during the operation of an aircraft and if the accident results in a person s death, in serious injury to a person, in significant damage to the aircraft or in significant damage to property not carried on the aircraft, the pilot-in-command shall report the incident. He or she shall also report whenever there was a serious risk of such an accident occurring or whenever something occurred that suggested the existence of a significant defect in the aircraft or in the ground organisation. The owner of the aircraft or, if the aircraft is not being used by the owner, the person using it, shall 1. fulfil the obligations described in the first paragraph if the pilot-in-command is unable to fulfil his or her obligations, and 2. report if an aircraft has disappeared during a flight and it has not been possible to find it. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that the reporting obligation shall also apply to crew members or to others who have carried out work connected with the flight in question. The government may issue regulations to the effect that accidents and incidents which are significant for flight safety shall be reported even if they are not included in what is referred to in the first and second paragraphs. Chapter 10 contains provisions on the reporting of incidents in civil aviation. Ban on serving on board in case of illness, etc. Section 9. Anyone who cannot fulfil his or her duties in a satisfactory way due to illness, exhaustion, the influence of alcoholic beverages or other substances, or for other such reasons, may not serve on board.
24 24(53) Chapter 6. Airports and other ground organisation Airports and other departure and landing sites Section 1. For the purposes of this Act, an airport means an area of land or water which has been wholly or partly arranged so that aircraft can arrive at it and depart from it and move around on the land or water. Section 2. For take-off and landing of aircraft, an airport shall be used in the first instance. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations on which airports may be used for different types of aviation. A land or water area which has not been specially arranged for take-off and landing may be used temporarily or on a restricted scale for those purposes. In cases where take-off or landing would imply appreciable damage or inconvenience for the area s owner or holder, their consent is required. In respect of the matter of using areas which have not been arranged for the purposes of take-off and landing, or which have temporarily been arranged for such purposes, regulations apply as are issued by the government or the public authority appointed by the government. The provisions in the first and second paragraph do not apply to emergency situations or in other comparable cases. Section 3. If it is necessary out of consideration for nature conservation or environmental protection, outdoor recreational activities, infrastructure, fishing or commercial activities, the government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations that a certain area may not be used for landing. Section 4. Airports shall fulfil the requirements of flight safety and aviation security. Permission to establish an airport Section 5. For the establishment of an airport, permission is required from the government or the public authority appointed by the government. The same applies if an airport is the subject of alterations, unless these alterations are of minor importance for the use of the airport.
25 25(53) The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that, or in individual cases decide that an airport in view of its type, the limited extent of its traffic or of other special circumstances may be established without such permission as referred to in the first paragraph. Section 6. Permission in accordance with Section 5 may be granted only if the airport is appropriate from a general point of view. In considering applications, particular attention shall be paid to flight safety, the relationship to other aviation and other means of transport, defence considerations and special disruptions. In the application process, Chapters 3 and 4, and Chapter 5, Section 3 of the Environmental Code shall be applied. A permit which contributes to a failure to meet an environmental quality norm as referred to in Chapter 5, Section 2, paragraph 1, item 1 of the Environmental Code may only be granted if the permit is associated with the requirements needed to fulfil the norm, or if a prerequisite for a permit is present as specified in Chapter 2, Section 7, paragraph 3 of the Environmental Code. A permit may not be granted in contravention of a local development plan or zoning regulations. If the purpose of the plan or the regulations is not counteracted, however, minor deviations from it may be made. Act (2010:896). Section 7. When a permit under Section 5 is granted, it may be associated with conditions. It the permit is granted by the government, such conditions may be determined by the public authority appointed by the government. Operating licences for airports Section 8. An airport may not begin to operate until it has received flight safety approval and been granted an operating licence by the authority appointed by the government for that purpose. The same applies if an airport has been altered, unless the alterations are of minor importance for the airport s use. An operating licence shall be granted for a limited period of time. The operating licence shall be granted to the entity running the airport and shall contain the conditions that will apply. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations on which flight safety requirements must be fulfilled in order for an area to be used as an airport.
26 26(53) The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that, or in individual cases decide that, an airport in view of its type, the limited extent of its traffic or of other special circumstances does not need to have been granted an operating licence before it can begin to be used. Section 9. If the regulations or conditions referred to in Section 8 are disregarded to a considerable extent, the operating licence shall be revoked by the authority that granted it. This also applies if the airport otherwise does not meet the requirements placed on airports. If it is sufficient for maintaining flight safety, an operating licence may be restricted to apply only for a certain part of the activity or to apply only under certain conditions, instead of being revoked. An operating licence shall be revoked until further notice pending a final decision on revocation if it can be reasonably assumed that the operating licence will be definitively revoked. If it can be reasonably assumed that the licence will be definitively restricted, it may be restricted until further notice pending a final decision. Section 10. The entity running an airport shall report any event that implies that the requirements for an operating licence no longer are fulfilled. If required for flight safety reasons, the entity running the airport shall ensure that the installation is not used or that its use is restricted. Section 11. If an airport which does not need an operating licence before its use begins does not fulfil flight safety requirements, the government or the public authority appointed by the government may, in individual cases, decide that it may not be used or determine under what conditions it may be used. Other permits Section 12. The government may issue regulations to the effect that permits are also required to establish and run other aviation installations than airports. Matters regarding permits and the conditions for these are reviewed by the government or the public authority appointed by the government.
27 27(53) Air navigation services Section 13. Air navigation services shall be in place to secure and facilitate aviation. Activities within air navigation services shall be approved from a flight safety perspective by the government or the public authority appointed by the government. An approval may be revoked by the authority that issued it if the prescribed requirements are not fulfilled. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations for air navigation services. Air traffic management of the airspace surrounding an airport may be conducted by the entity running the airport or by an entity which has been commissioned for the purpose by the entity running the airport. The government or public authority appointed by the government may decide on the extent of this airspace. The entity conducting air traffic management of the airspace surrounding an airport may provide permissions in the form of clearance and directions for flight paths for aircraft.
28 28(53) Professional secrecy Section 14. Anyone who has carried out tasks in air navigation services may not, without authorisation, reveal or make use of what he or she in the course of the commission or service has learned about private individuals financial or personal circumstances. For public activities, the provisions in the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act (2009:400) apply instead of those in the first paragraph. Aviation security at airports etc. Section 15. The Civil Aviation Security Act (2004:1100) and EU legislative instruments referred to in that act contain more detailed provisions on the security of aviation at airports etc. The government or public authority appointed by the government may, in individual cases, determine that an installation or an activity at an installation used for aviation may not be used or that the activity may not be pursued if the requirements of aviation security are not met, or state under which conditions the installation may be used or the activity pursued. Order and security etc. Section 16. No-one may enter any part of an airport to which public access is prohibited and this is made clear by the use of fences, signposts or similar, except with permission from the entity running the airport. The same applies to other aviation installations. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue further regulations on access to airports and other aviation installations and on the order there. An official carrying out order and security duty at an airport or other aviation installation may turn away or remove anyone from the airport area or installation who is there without authorisation or who is disturbing the order or jeopardising flight safety or aviation security.
29 29(53) Foreign aircrafts access to airports Section 17. An airport open for general use shall be open to foreign aircraft in international traffic under the same conditions it is open to Swedish aircraft in such traffic, provided that the foreign aircraft are registered in a country which has entered into an agreement with Sweden about this privilege. Fees Section 18. /Ceases to apply U: the date the government decides/ The entity running an airport and anyone providing services to aviation may charge fees for use of the airport, other public installations and services. To the extent it follows from the 1981 multilateral agreement on en-route charges, the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (Eurocontrol) shall issue regulations on, impose and collect en-route charges. Section 18. /Comes into force I: the date the government decides/ The entity running an airport and anyone providing services to aviation may charge fees for use of the airport, other public installations and services. To the extent it follows from Appendix IV to the revised Eurocontrol International Convention, the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (Eurocontrol) shall issue regulations on, impose and collect en-route charges. Act (2010:501). Air traffic controllers etc. Section 19. Only persons who hold a valid licence for such work may serve as air traffic controllers or flight technicians. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations on, or in individual cases decide on, exceptions from the licence requirement when the matter concerns work carried out within organisations that fulfil flight safety requirements in terms of the extent of the work. The government or public authority appointed by the government may issue regulations to the effect that
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