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It is proposed to amend AMC At its last meeting Januarythe EASA Committee held a discussion on the proposal on flight recorders, amx locating devices and aircraft tracking systems. Upon our initial review, we feel this will assist the GA community considerably, but also feel that changes to Part may ammc also be required in respect to the certification of such maintenance within a Part Maintenance Organisation.

All recently designed large aeroplanes are known to be potentially sensitive to those airworthiness-related security threats due to the interconnectivity features of some of their avionics systems.

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Furthermore, the testing environment in which helicopters are type-certified for ditching bears little resemblance to the sea conditions experienced in operation.

The proposed changes are expected to 2-025 safety, improve harmonisation and ensure compliance, albeit with some delay, with ICAO Standards. Some common benefits include: All in all, unique comments were received from 19 stakeholders.

Moreover, the absence of adequate ac generates a risk of 20–25 implementation of the rule. NPA has been published which EASA say aims to improve the availability and the quality of data recorded by flight recorders, in order to better support safety investigations of accidents and incidents.

A detailed risk assessment has been undertaken that reflects both certification and operational experience and builds upon data extracted from accident reports and previous studies. They address repetitive issues like access to emergency exits, width of aisles, heat release, and smoke density properties of materials, interior doors, etc.

Rotorcraft manufacturers and offshore operators are recommended to review these revisions and update procedures and processes as required.

No timescales were proposed for the publication of the Regulation or the associated Certification Specifications. A new AMC A number of associated questions are answered on this page.


esa Both EASA and the FAA say that eaza proposed changes to the documents would significantly increase the harmonisation, have no safety, social or environmental impacts, and provide economic benefits by streamlining the certification process. This will result in a new regulation, with a new number. We also found it fasa that there appears to be no restriction on using such changes and repairs on aircraft used for Commercial Air Transport. Contained in a new Volume III to Annex 16 of the Chicago Convention on Environmental Protection, the Standard will apply to new aircraft type designs fromand to aircraft type designs already in production as of Definitions and terminology Comments were received on the definition of a ditching itself.

Generally, other comments accepted the proposal or comments for improvement were accepted and adopted into the text. Further to our article published in January relating to NPA aimed at mitigating the risks linked to the uncertainty of the status of instructions for continued airworthiness ICAEASA has extended the consultation period by a month until May 30 th Specifically, CS is amended to implement the outcome of two rulemaking 2-025.

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We encourage all design organisations of CMPA and other design organisations dealing with changes or supplemental type certificates to these aircraft to review the latest information and how it may affect their compliance obligations. Three documents have been updated. Provision of aircraft type specific data for development of training programmes for cabin crew. As a result, changes have been introduced in relation to quantitative safety assessments.

They state that the objective of this task is to mitigate the risk of loss of control of an aeroplane in particular during, but not limited to, the take-off phaseand the risk of runway excursion after an aborted take-off at high speeds. In flight, such a system is typically able to provide a timely alert to the flight crew if the calculated stopping point is beyond the end of the runway.

In closing, EASA considers that the currently proposed mix of design and operational domains in one document makes it difficult to define clear boundaries between the obligations of the aircraft operators and those of the aircraft manufacturer, so it intends, in the future, to separate the regulatory material on EFB into two or more different documents: Additionally, a simplified procedure for the embodiment of Standard Changes and Standard Repairs could limit the illegal practices of some owners who have not followed the applicable rules when modifying the aircraft and may encourage the installation of safety equipment.


Operators involved in commercial operations, regardless of aircraft size or complexity, Operators of complex motor powered aircraft, regardless of use commercial or non-commercialand Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations managing commercially operated or complex motor powered aircraft. We recommend those persons or organisations involved in these areas of Initial airworthiness to review this.

This page was last edited on 24 Februaryat NPA intends to aid its application by mandating the supply of relevant information from manufacturers to support operators in developing their safety risk assessment. EASA states that the objective of this NPA is to address a safety issue related to the ability of Category A rotorcraft to continue safe flight for an extended duration after suffering a loss of oil from a gearbox that is reliant on a pressurised lubrication system to provide lubrication and cooling of rotating components.

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In the past, some of these functions were traditionally accomplished using paper references or were based on data provided to the flight crew by an airline’s “flight dispatch” crew. We recommend all affected owners, operators and equipment manufacturers make themselves fully aware with this Opinion.

EASA have issued NPA which aims to address safety issues related to helicopters certified for ditching and performing overwater operations. Further to our article of last November informing of the release of NPAthe consultation period has resulted in the publication of the final deliverable and the related CRD wasa NPA It is widely recognised that ensuring correct aircraft tyre inflation pressure is the most easx factor for safe tyre operations.