90 Day MMEL Permission

The IOMAR recognises that the preparation of an MEL for submission can take a period of time therefore, would consider applications from aircraft operators to use the Master Minimum Equipment List for up to 90 days from date of issue of a Permission.

This time frame allows for the preparation of an MEL, submission for approval, and any recommended changes, if required, following the review. This Permission, when granted, will be for a limited period and a copy of Schedule 3 Aircraft Equipment and Schedule 4 Radio Communication and Radio Navigation Equipment of Aircraft must be carried and consulted for guidance when the statements such as “Refer to National Requirements” is made in the “Remarks or Exceptions” column of the MMEL.

Apply by completing and submitting a Form 15 Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) 90 Day Permission Application including a copy of the front cover of the appropriate MMEL. IOMAR policy is to accept the MMEL of the State of Type Certificate Data Sheet (TCDS) compliance of the aircraft. The submission should be sent to [email protected]