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Hoofddorp, Netherlands

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Luxembourg, Luxembourg

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Training courses

EASA Basic Regulation (No. 216/2008)-Total System Approach to Eur Civil Aviation

Introduction

In cooperation with IANS Luxembourg we are pleased to provide this course:

In the context of a total aviation system, the European Union has progressively extended the tasks of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA, also referred to as ‘the Agency’) to all fields of civil aviation:

  • Airworthiness
  • Flight crew licensing
  • Flight operations
  • Third country operators
  • ATM/ANS
  • Aerodromes

The course describes:

  • The EU regulatory framework and its decision making process in civil aviation (co-decision and comitology)
  • The EASA rulemaking procedure, and the specific measures at the disposal of the Agency (Certification specifications, Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Material)
  • The responsibilities of EASA
  • The main regulatory provisions contained in regulation No. 216/2008 (referred to as the basic regulation - BR), as amended by Regulations No. 1108/2009 and No. 690/2009
  • The roles and responsibilities of the main players in civil aviation (ICAO, EU institutions, EASA, National Aviation Authorities, design, maintenance and production organisations, aerodromes, ATM/ANS providers, etc.)

The course also describes in broad terms the current implementing rules (IRs) to the basic regulation in all fields of civil aviation, with a particular focus on the most recent ones (for example in ATM/ANS), and the status of ongoing regulatory developments (for example in the fields of aerodrome and flight operations).

Learning Objectives

After completing the course, participants will have a detailed awareness of:

  • The EU regulatory framework and its decision making process in civil aviation
  • The EASA rulemaking procedure, and the specific measures at the disposal of the Agency (Certification specifications, Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Material)
  • The responsibilities of EASA
  • The main regulatory provisions contained in regulation No. 216/2008 (referred to as the basic regulation - BR), as amended by Regulations No. 1108/2009 and No. 690/2009.
  • The roles and responsibilities of the main players in civil aviation (ICAO, EU institutions, EASA, National Aviation Authorities, design, maintenance and production organisations, aerodromes, ATM/ANS providers, etc.) 

Who should take this course

Anyone involved in civil aviation, in particular:

  • National Aviation Authorities, National Supervisory Authorities (NSAs)
  • ATM/ANS providers
  • ATM/ANS manufacturers
  • Aerodrome operators (including third country operators)
  • Aerodrome authorities
  • Training organisations (pilots, air traffic controllers, maintenance staff, etc.)
  • Airlines

Design, production and maintenance organisations (of aeronautical products)

Pre-requisites

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Duration

2 days (10:00-17:00 for day 1; 9:00-16:00 for day 2)

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