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European aviation safety agency

European Aviation Safety Agency

Part-145 Part-M Workshop

The Netherlands, 17 June 2005


Agenda

AGENDA

  • I. Objectives, regulatory framework and scope of competence of the Agency

  • II. Structure of the Agency

  • III.Part-145

  • IV.Part-M

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Agenda1

AGENDA

  • I. Objectives, regulatory framework and scope of compence of the Agency

  • II. Structure of the Agency

  • III.Part-145

  • IV.Part-M

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Objectives of the agency

Objectives of the Agency

  • establish and maintain a high uniform level of aviation safety in Europe,

  • ensure a high uniform level of environmental protection,

  • promote cost efficiency in the regulatory process,

  • assist Member States in fulfilling their ICAO obligations

  • promote Community views through co-operation with third countries and international organisations.

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Regulatory framework the basic regulation

Basic Regulation

Regulation (EC) 1592/2002 of 15 July 2002

Annex I : Essential Requirements for Airworthiness

Annex II : Excluded Aircraft

Regulatory Framework: the Basic Regulation

  • The Parliamentand the Council define the Scope of Powers transferredfrom the Member Statesto the Community

  • They adopt the Essential Requirements specifying the objectives to be met

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Eu system jaa system

EU system / JAA system

ETSOA

TC

STC

MOA

PART 145

DOA

EASA

PART 21

MTOA

PART 147

POA

technical

licensing

PART 66

CAMOA

FTO

PART M

EU system

JAR - FCL

ARC

moa

flight

crew

licensing

JAA

JAR - OPS

AOC

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Regulatory framework the implementing rules

Regulation (EC) 1702/2003 on Airworthiness and Environmental Certification

Regulation (EC) 2042/2003

on Continuing Airworthiness

Section A: Application Requirements

Annex I (Part-M):

Continuing Airworthiness Requirements

Section A: Technical Requirements

Annex (Part 21)

Section B: Administrative Procedures

Section B: Administrative Procedures

Appendices: EASA forms

Annex II (Part-145): Maintenance Organisation Approvals

Appendices: EASA forms

Annex III (Part-66):

AML

Annex IV (Part-147):

Training Organisation Requirements

Regulatory framework: the Implementing Rules

  • The Commission adopts standards for implementing the essential requirements

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Regulatory framework the agency s soft law

Guidance Material

Part 21

Certification

Specifications

AMC & Guidance Material

Parts M, 145, 66, 147

AMC 20

AMC 21

CS 25

CS 34

CS 36

CS E

CS P

CS APU

CS 22

CS 23

CS 27

CS 29

CS VLA

CS VLR

CS AWO

CS ETSO

CS Definitions

Regulatory framework: the Agency’s soft law

  • The Agency adopts non binding standards for implementing the essential requirements

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Scope of competence of the agency

Scope of Competence of the Agency

  • Currently Regulation 1592/2002 establishes Community competence only for the regulation of the initial and continuingairworthinessand environmental compatibility of products

  • Work has being done to extend the scope of this Regulation to air operationsandpilot licensing (Opinion 3/2004)

  • The Commission will publish before the summer a communication related to the future competences of EASA (airport operations and air traffic control services)

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Easa workshop

EASA WORKSHOP

  • I. Objectives, regulatory framework and scope of competence of the Agency

  • II. Structure of the Agency

  • III.Part-145

  • IV.Part-M

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Easa structure

EASA Structure

  • The Directorates

  • The Management Board

  • The Board of Appeal

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European aviation safety agency

The Directorates

OrganisationalChart

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Last update :21 April 2005


European aviation safety agency

Executive Director

Last update :21 April 2005

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European aviation safety agency

Certification Directorate

Environmental Protection

G. READMAN

Last update :19 January 2005

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European aviation safety agency

Rulemaking Directorate

Director

C. PROBST

Process Support

A. TZIOLAS

Environmental Protection

W. FRANKEN

Flight Standards

TBD

Product Safety

Y. MORIER

International Cooperation

T. SULOCKI

Flight Crew Licensing

TBD

Initial Airworthiness

P. CORBEEL

Operations

TBD

Continuing Airworthiness

E. SIVEL

ATM / Airport Safety

TBD

Last update :19 January 2005

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European aviation safety agency

Quality & StandardisationDirectorate

Director

F. BANAL

Directorate Assistant

TBD

Standardisation

F. JANVIER

Technical Training

M. KOMPARE

Initial Airworthiness

Coordination

TBD

Continuing Airworthiness

Coordination

E. BOHLAND

Quality Assurance

J. MÜLLER

Last update :19 January 2005

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European aviation safety agency

Administrative Directorate

Director

M. JUNKKARI

Planning & Development

C. HOLGATE-ROMANOV

Legal Service

F. KAMPFE

Finance & Budget

J. CARREIRA

Human Resources

TBD

ICT & Tech. Services

TBD

Last update :19 January 2005

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Mission of directorates

Mission of Directorates

  • Rulemaking

    • Assist the European Commission and in preparing legislation, (Opinions) and support the Member States and industry in putting the legislation into effect

    • Adopt our own certification specifications and guidance material

  • Certification

    • Conduct technical inspections and issue certificates where centralised action is more efficient

  • Quality & Standardisation

    • Assist the European Commission in monitoring the application of European Community legislation regarding aviation safety

    • Quality assurance function to monitor the Agency procedures

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The management board

The Management Board

  • is composed of one representative per Member State, plus one representative of the Commission

  • deals exclusively with administrative matters: work programme and priorities, budget, staffing, financial regulation, working methods (rulemaking procedure)

  • appoints the members of the Board of Appeal

  • appoints the Executive Director and the Directors

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The board of appeal

The Board of Appeal

  • acts as a first administrative instance to verify the legality of the acts of the Agency

  • is created on an ad hoc basis: the chairperson and the other members shall be appointed by the Management Board from a list established by the Commission

  • its members shall be independent

  • its decisions are binding on the Agency

  • an appeal may be brought before the Court of Justice of the European Union against decisions of the Board of Appeal

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Conclusions

Conclusions

  • EASA is operational, growing in strength and expanding its scope

  • EASA is built on a strong legal basis which provides certainty to stakeholders

  • EASA is the principal civil aviation authority in Europe, with clearly established lines of roles, tasks and responsibilities

  • relationships with other countries are key to ensure the highest level of safety worldwide

  • EASA is the European interlocutor for civil aviation safety

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EASA WORKSHOP

  • I. Objectives, regulatory framework and scope of competence of the Agency

  • II. Structure of the Agency

  • III.Part-145

  • IV. Part-M

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Main changes to part 145

Main changes to Part-145

  • Changes introduced due to the extension of Part 66 to include aircraft below 5700 kg. Note this is a significant change to 145 and 66.

  • Levels of text changed (AMC moved to rule)

  • Changes for consistency with Regulation 1592/2002 and other codes i.e. Parts 21, M and 66

  • Part-145 no longer defines when a Part 145 Approval is needed as this is defined in Part M.A.201(h)

  • Inclusion of JAA maintenance TGL’s

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Tgls incorporated

TGLs Incorporated

TGL 5 Included in GM to 145.A.20

TGL 6 Included in AMC to 145.A.05

TGL 9 Included in rule and AMC to 145.A.42

TGL 10 Included in AMC to 145.A.50(a)

TGL 11 Included in AMC to 145.A.50(a) & rule and AMC to 145.A.42

TGL 38 Included in Rule and AMC to Part 145.A.30(j)(4)

TGL 42 Included in Rule and AMC to 145.A.30(j)(5)(ii)

TGL 43 Included in Appendix IV to Rule

TGL 44 Included in Appendix IV to Rule

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex ii part 145

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex II (Part-145)

Part-145 Section A

Requirements to be met by an organisation to qualify for the issue or continuation of an approval for the maintenance of aircraft and components.

Part-145 Section B

Procedure for competent authorities.

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145 a 30 e competence assessment

145.A.30 (e)Competence Assessment

  • Human Factors definitions added to paragraph

  • Human Factors elements of competency compliance date is now 28 September 2006

    AMC145.A.30(e)

  • A record of the qualification and competence assessment should be kept

  • GM145.A.30(e)Human Factors Training syllabus (was Appendix 9)

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145 a 30 g line maintenance personnel

145.A.30(g)Line Maintenance Personnel

  • Deals with line maintenance of all aircraft – no weight discriminant

  • Article 7 transition for >5700 kgs to be Part 66 qualified by Sept 2006

  • Article 7 transition for <5700 kgs to be Part 66 qualified by Sept 2008

  • After transition only JAR-66 or Part 66 license holders will be eligible to certify

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145 a 30 h base maintenance personnel

145.A.30 (h)Base Maintenance Personnel

  • Paragraph (1) for large aircraft

  • Aeroplanes above 5700kgs and multi-engined helicopters

  • Article 7 transition for aircraft above 5700 kgs to be Part 66 qualified by Sept 2006

  • Multi-engined helicopters at or below 5700 kgs to be Part 66 qualified by Sept 2008

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Paragraph 2 aircraft other than large aircraft new rule

Paragraph (2) aircraft other than ‘large aircraft’ new rule

  • In the case of base maintenance of aircraft other than large aircraft have either;

    • appropriate aircraft type rated certifying staff qualified as Category B1 and B2 in accordance with Part 66 and 145.A.35, or

    • appropriate aircraft Type Rated certifying staff qualified in Category C (still supported by Category B1 and B2 support staff)

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145 a 30 i

145.A.30(i)

  • Refers to Part-66 for component certifying staff requirements.

  • Part-66 states that National rules apply until development of the Part 66 requirement

  • Component certifying staff should be issued authorisations on the basis of appropriate competence, training and experience .

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145 a 30 j derogations for certifying staff

145.A.30(j)Derogations for Certifying Staff

  • 145.A.30(j)(1) special conditions for foreign Part 145’s dealt with in Appendix IV

  • 145.A.30(j)(2) special conditions for line Part 145’s dealt with in Appendix IV

  • Appendix IV based on text from TGL43 and 44

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Appendix iv

Appendix IV

  • Scope of Work not to exceed privileges of the national license / authorisation

  • Trained in Human Factors

  • Experience requirement should be equivalent to Part 66 requirements

  • Type and task training should be equivalent to Part 66

    e) The organisation should demonstrate compliance with Appendix IV

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145 a 30 j d erogations for certifying staff

145.A.30(j)Derogations for Certifying Staff

1. 145.A.30(j)(3) repetitive pre-flight AD (not new, was previously (j)(4))

2. 145.A.30(j)(4) TGL 38 Flight Crew – new

Only the commander or flight engineer has the privilege

Exposition procedure required

Must be trained and competent to accomplish the task

Must be 21 years old

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145 a 30 j der ogations for certifying staff

145.A.30(j)Derogations for Certifying Staff

145.A.30(j)(5) Unforeseen one-off authorisations combine the following:-

(i) new text from TGL 42 (single event authorisation)

(ii) old text for requiring an ICAO licence with 5 years experience

Procedures in MOE for certification procedures (2.16) and Authorisation procedures (3.4)

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145 a 35 certifying staff and category b1 and b2 support staff

145.A.35 Certifying Staff and Category B1 and B2 Support Staff

  • Title changed

  • B1 / B2 support staff need;

    • an adequate understanding of the aircraft

    • recency

    • continuation training

    • competency assessed through 145.A.30 (e)

  • New paragraph (b) from JAR-66 regarding the need for the authorisation to be issued / renewed on the basis of a valid Part-66 license subject to the staff remaining in compliance with Part-66

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145 a 35 c recency

145.A.35(c) Recency

  • 6 months in 24 recency – applies to certifying staff B1 and B2 support staff and component certifying staff

  • Component certifying staff recency is a new requirement

    • Organisation should be able to demonstrate recency is being assessed

    • MOE 3.4 issue / renewal of authorisationshould capture recency

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145 a 35 j

145.A.35(j)

  • Retention of records for certifying staff now includes B1/B2 support staff

  • The staff records shall contain;

    1. details of any aircraft maintenance licence held under Part- 66;

    2. all relevant training completed

    3. the scope of the certification authorisations issued, where relevant, and

    4. particulars of staff with limited or one-off certification authorisations

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145 a 35 m minimum age

145.A.35(m) Minimum Age

Minimum age for certification privileges is now 21. Text comes from JAR-66, there is an age requirement of 18 years in Part-66.

This currently applies to aircraft certifying staff only

This includes pilot authorisations (was in TGL38)

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145 a 42 acceptance of components

145.A.42 Acceptance of Components

  • New paragraph (From TGL11)

    (a) Parts to be classified, ie Form 1, standard parts, materials, unserviceable, unsalvageable

    (b) Eligibility of component prior to installation - was 145.50(c)

    (c) Fabrication of parts (TGL9)

    (d) Scrapping of unsalvageable parts

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Amc145 a 70 a maintenance organisation exposition

AMC145.A.70(a)Maintenance Organisation Exposition

  • Exposition layout comes from previous JAR 145 Appendix 2.

  • New sections:

    2.28 Production planning procedures

    3.14 Competence of personnel

  • Exposition may be electronically processed.

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145 a 90 continued validity

145.A.90 Continued Validity

  • Approval certificates are no longer limited in duration.

  • The approval certificate remains valid, provided;

    • in compliance with Part-145 taking into account the provisions of findings.

    • competent authority granted access

    • certificate not surrendered or revoked

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145 a 95 findings

145.A.95 Findings

  • From JAR-145 Maintenance Procedures Chapter 20 wording of Level 1 and 2 findings slightly changed but classification remains the same.

    (c) The maintenance organisation shall define and demonstrate corrective action to the satisfaction of the competent authority within a period agreed with the authority

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Section b

Section B

  • Section B is applicable to the competent authority.

  • No significant change to existing oversight requirements. The text was derived from the existing JAA maintenance procedures.

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145 b 50 findings

145.B.50 Findings

  • Action for Level 1 Findings

    • Immediate action shall be taken to revoke, limit or suspend, in whole or in part the approval, until successful corrective action has been taken

    • Immediate action means that the process starts so notification and time for appeal is allowed.

  • Action for Level 2 Findings

    • The corrective action period must be appropriate to the nature of the findings and not more than three months

    • A 3 month extension may be granted subject to a satisfactory corrective action

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Transition schedule

Transition Schedule

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Open questions

Open Questions

Please feel free to ask any question that were not addressed in the summary above

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Easa workshop2

EASA WORKSHOP

  • I. Objectives, regulatory framework and scope of competence of the Agency

  • II. Structure of the Agency

  • III.Part-145

  • IV. Part-M

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

Part-M Section A

This section establishes the measures to be taken to ensure that airworthiness is maintained. It specifies the conditions to be met by persons or organisations involved in such continuing airworthiness management.

Part-M Section B

This section establishes Administrative requirements to by followed by the competent authorities in charge of the application and enforcement of Section A.

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m1

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

SECTION A

  • SUBPART – B Accountability

  • Responsibilities

  • Occurrence reporting

  • SUBPART – C Continuing Airworthiness

  • Continuing airworthiness tasks

  • Maintenance programme

  • Airworthiness directives

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m2

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART – C Continuing Airworthiness (cont’d.)

  • Data for modifications and repairs

  • Aircraft continuing airworthiness record system

  • Operator’s technical log system

  • Transfer of aircraft continuing airworthiness

    records

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m3

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART D- Maintenance Standards

  • Maintenance data

  • Performance of maintenance

  • Aircraft defects

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m4

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART – E Components

  • Installation

  • Component maintenance

  • Service life limited components

  • Control of unserviceable components

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m5

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART F – Maintenance Organisation

  • Scope

  • Application

  • Extent of approval

  • Maintenance organisation manual

  • Facilities

  • Personnel requirements

  • Certifying staff

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m6

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART F – Maintenance Organisation (Cont’d.)

  • Components, equipment and tools

  • Maintenance data

  • Maintenance work orders

  • Maintenance standards

  • Aircraft certificate of release to service

  • Component certificate of release to service

  • Maintenance records

  • Privileges of the organisation

  • Organisational review

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m7

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART F – Maintenance Organisation (Cont’d.)

  • Changes to the approved maintenance organisation

  • Continued validity of approval

  • Findings

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m8

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART G – Continuing airworthiness management organisation

  • Scope

  • Application

  • Extent of approval

  • Continuing air worthiness management exposition

  • Facilities

  • Personnel requirements

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m9

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART G – Continuing airworthiness management organisation (cont’d.)

  • Airworthiness review staff

  • Continuing airworthiness management

  • Documentation

  • Airworthiness review

  • Privileges of the organisation

  • Quality system

  • Changes to the approved continuing airworthiness organisation

  • Record - keeping

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m10

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART G – Continuing airworthiness management organisation (cont’d.)

  • Continued validity of approval

  • Findings

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m11

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART H – Certificate of release to service - CRS

  • Aircraft certificate of release to service

  • Component certificate of release to service

  • Pilot – owner authorisation

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m12

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART I – Airworthiness review certificate

  • Aircraft airworthiness review

  • Validity of the airworthiness review certificate

  • Transfer of aircraft registration within the EU

  • Airworthiness review of aircraft imported into the EU

  • Findings

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m13

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

SECTION B

PROCEDURE FOR COMPETENT AUTHORITIES

SUBPART A – General

  • Scope

  • Competent authority

  • Acceptable means of compliance

  • Record – keeping

  • Mutual exchange of information

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m14

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART B – Accountability

  • Responsibilities

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m15

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART C – Continuing airworthiness

  • Maintenance programme

  • Exemptions

  • Aircraft continuing airworthiness monitoring

  • Revocation, suspension and limitation

  • Findings

  • Changes

  • Revocation, suspension and limitation of an approval

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m16

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART F – Maintenance Organisation

  • Application

  • Initial Approval

  • Issue of approval

  • Continuing oversight

  • Findings

  • Changes

  • Revocation, suspension and limitation of an approval

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m17

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART G – Continuing airworthiness management organisation

  • Application

  • Initial approval

  • Issue of approval

  • Continuing oversight

  • Findings

  • Changes

  • Revocation, suspension and limitation of an approval

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Regulation 2042 2003 annex i part m18

Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I (Part-M)

  • SUBPART I – Airworthiness review certificate.

  • Assessment of recommendations

  • Airworthiness review by the competent authority

  • Findings

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Open questions1

Open Questions

Please feel free to ask any question that were not addressed in the summary above

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