As of 20 Jul 2020, Airtech Assist is live, we’re ready for business.
Part-CAMO and Part-CAO organisations are supposed to gradually replace Part-M Subpart F and Part-M Subpart G organisations. In accordance with Article 4 of Regulation (EU) 1321/2014 as amended, after 24 September 2021, there should be no more Part-M Subpart F and Part-M Subpart G organisations.
The UK CAA has developed the flowcharts in this pack to aid Airworthiness organisations in understanding what certification can be accepted once UK participation in EASA and EU institutions ends on 31 Dec 2020.
We are proud to announce an agreement of understanding for mutual support of Aviation Technical Services in our area of operations.
We are proud to announce an agreement of understanding with AeroContractor BG for providing of engineering and technical services (maintenance personnel).
As we are getting closer to the Ramp-Up of operations, the safety of aviation relies on resilient management systems and the whole aviation community working together. EASA have partnered with organisations from across the aviation community to develop the COVID-19 Ramp-Up – Be Ready, Stay Safe Campaign to help align basic actions and principles on the risks to mitigate.
As part of the campaign, EASA will host a Safety Week from June 21-24, 2021. Throughout this week EASA will host a series of general and domain specific events for the industry and authorities to discuss the most important safety issues faced by the industry during the Ramp-Up.
Learn more visiting https://easa.europa.eu/events/