Introduction – The EASA 145 Stores Management and Inspection System is an essential element of the 145 approval. It must be managed and staffed by trained and competent staff. The Stores Inspector is located at the very first point of entry for material coming into the organisation. It is essential that the Stores Inspector has…

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Introduction – The EASA 145 Stores Management and Inspection System is an essential element of the 145 approval. It must be managed and staffed by trained and competent staff. The Stores Inspector is located at the very first point of entry for material coming into the organisation. It is essential that the Stores Inspector has…

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INTRODUCTION This course is especially designed for the persons who wish to involve in auditing Airports to an ISO 19011 & EASA Compliant Standard. The course assumes only a basic knowledge of aviation quality systems and focuses on introducing the delegate to all the concepts associated with basic compliance auditing. Compliance Management Auditing raises an…

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INTRODUCTION With the continuous growth in traffic airports need to be flexible, scalable and accommodating to facilitate development and to cope with organic growth. It is necessary for Aerodromes to have in place all necessary infrastructure to ensure efficient operations of all airport business processes and systems whilst delivering safety and security to the highest…

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Introduction The new European Commission Regulation EASA Commission Regulation (EU) No 139/2014, applicable to aerodromes was published and adopted on 12/02/2014. The regulation has a direct impact on Aerodrome Operators and Operations as well as Regulatory Authorities. EASA is creating a performance based regulatory environment with common standards across all regulations which are enabled by…

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Introduction – The expectation that aerodrome operators alone can effectively reduce the birdstrike issue is not realistic. More inclusive and integrated industry approach to strike management is the best approach. More and more operators are looking at the birdstrike issue more critically and developed airline based birdstrike management plans. For airlines, it is difficult to…

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Introduction – The expectation that aerodrome operators alone can effectively reduce the birdstrike issue is not realistic. More inclusive and integrated industry approach to strike management is the best approach. More and more operators are looking at the birdstrike issue more critically and developed airline based birdstrike management plans. For airlines, it is difficult to…

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Introduction – Airports are attractive to birds for a variety of reasons and managing the environment is fundamental to effective control. If an airport provides a positive environment in terms of food, water, shelter or breeding sites, birds will habitually return despite our best efforts to discourage them. The control programme is therefore potentially doomed…

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Introduction The importance of Ground Staff receiving Human Factors training is increasingly being understood and in some cases, being required as part of the effective management of competency within the ramp environment. From September 2017 ISAGO accreditation requires ramp staff to undergo such training. Ramp accidents cost major airlines worldwide at least US$10 billion a…

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Introduction – With the introduction of COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 139/2014 of 12 February 2014 EASA has now assumed responsibility on behalf of the member states to manage the criteria by which member states will demonstrate compliance with ICAO Annex 14. The regulation contains the rules for the certification, management, operation and design of aerodromes….

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