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These systems may also be connected to the ground worldwide internet through satellite communication. They comment that air transport is the first industry sector globally to adopt a CO 2 emissions design certification standard.

This is achieved by introducing a new flotation stability certification methodology that takes into account the sea conditions for which certification is requested. To amend AMC The format of the workshop will allow the participants to have more time for discussions and questions and answers.

Electronic flight bag

This will have implications on CS-E in so much that the rasa will be evaluated to consider the need to improve the ability of aircraft engines to be able to cope with the ingestion of birds that can reasonably be expected during the service life of the engine. The Commission would discuss further with the Agency and then present its formal proposals at a future Committee meeting. This results in additional effort for industry and EASA during the certification phase to identify and manage the safety risks, and to finally ensure that rotorcraft designs reach a minimum and acceptable safety level.

We recommend that all owners, Design Organisations, CAMOs, and maintenance organisations essa with applicable categories of aircraft familiarise themselves with the CS and the new Part, Part-M and Part eeasa rule material.

The result is a list of identified interventions related to helicopter design, certification, operations, and ditching equipment, all of which could contribute to improving safety. The consultation period is now open for review and comment, with the deadline being 31 st July The objective of this task is to identify and recommend harmonised draft certification specifications smc acceptable means of compliance for CS-E, 14 CFR Part 33, CS and 14 CFR Part 25 to address the novel features inherent in open rotor engine designs and their integration with the aircraft.

The specific objective is to provide a high uniform level of environmental protection in the European Union as well as a level playing field for all actors in the aviation market by aligning European Union legislation with the latest ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices SARPs and Guidance Material on aircraft noise and aircraft engine emissions.

Requirements for production and design organisations conducting flight testing, a requirement to have a Flight Test Operations Manual FTOM defining the organisation’s policies and the necessary procedures in relation to flight test should also be introduced, so as to promote the safe conduct of flight testing.


This task proposes a harmonised action to address gaps identified in the existing requirements, clarify the intent of the rule and redefine test requirements to meet the intended safety standards.

In summary EASA received 52 comments from 14 stakeholders. They continue to say that the changes stemming from the regular update should also provide some economic benefits by streamlining the certification process. The Certification Specifications include the proposal of the following: EASA and TCCA have released information updating the important relationship between the two rulemaking bodies to further enhance the harmonisation and clarity around the interface requirements.

We recommend that design approval holders, as well as operators, maintenance organisations, trade associations, and maintenance training organisations make a maintain easw with relevant members of the group in order to monitor progress and influence the content of the NPA.

Aviation Regulations Updates – Baines Simmons

Stakeholders eada asked to choose one of the two options proposed. NPA is divided in four parts. For those involved in Initial Airworthiness, then please review the CRD to familiarise yourselves with the material.

Therefore, CS needs to be amended to upgrade damage tolerance and fatigue evaluation of structure. DOA holders; POA holders; CAMOs; and Maintenance organisations are strongly recommended to review the document for the newly introduced material as well as becoming familiar with the revised format, etc. The earliest EFB precursors came from individual pilots in the early 20-52 who used their personal laptops and common software such as spreadsheets and word processing applications to perform such functions as weight and balance calculations and filling out operational forms.

The NPA considers three major aspects: The objective of Exsa is to ensure that certain data, necessary 200-25 the safe operation of aircraft by an EU operator, is made available to and used by eass operators, training organisations, and manufacturers of flight simulator training devices. We recommend that if you are involved in initial airworthiness, then log-on to the EASA comment response tool to submit your comments.

The NPA is open for consultation and will close for comments on 14 th Mac The new rules will ensure that certain data, necessary for safe operation, is available to, and used by the operators. EASA expects that the proposed changes will increase safety. EASA has identified the need to address ageing aircraft issues, which includes in its scope current ageing aircraft and future aircraft designs.

Therefore, the retrofit is considered disproportionate and not cost-effective in relation to the possible safety benefit. EASA will review the guidance material to include how to comply in those cases where the certificated data is not available.


smc The complexity of Part requires regular updates to the soft law. In their comments, helicopter designers expressed serious concerns about the above items, and particularly in regard to the introduction of an additional catastrophic hazard. A particular attention was paid to the development of requirements enabling the use of EFVS to the maximum extent possible e.

These new provisions should also take into consideration the effect of the open engine rotor concept on existing bird ingestion provisions. As advised at the recent Production Airworthiness Seminar, the UK CAA is seeking to establish a working group with the production sector where manufacturing organisations and the regulator can raise and discuss areas of mutual interest and the most effective means by which these can be managed.

It also merges the requirements related to record keeping, manuals and ICA in the various subparts into a single ewsa for each of these aspects in Subpart A new points The objective of the exercise is to implement the recommendations of the JCT and to strengthen the existing CS provisions pertaining to rotor drive system lubrication.

All those involved in the Design and Production of products are recommended to update their information accordingly. We recommend those involved with the design, production or certification of small rotorcraft to review the changes. In particular, it has been established that in an otherwise survivable water impact, most fatalities occurred as a result of drowning because the occupants were unable either to rapidly escape from a capsized and flooded cabin, or to survive in the sea for sufficient time 220-25 rescue.

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. The decision amends both CS and CS Last month we reported on NPA with the objective to address the safety issue of runway excursions that occur during landings.

EASA Proposes New Regulation for Electronic Flight Bags – Avionics

In particular, this NPA proposes amendments to the following items: These new provisions and associated AMC material should ensure that the safety levels of Open Rotor engine installations are consistent with those of the existing turbofan fleet.

The criteria for defining these subclasses are easx on the aircraft weight, the engine type and count, and the maximum number of occupants. Based on the comments received from 45 commentators and the individual responses to each of them, the Agency concludes that no stakeholder objected that Option 2 i.