Introduction During the transfer of an aircraft due to the sale or end of lease, the lease return conditions suddenly become very important and we pay attention (maybe for the first time!) and whilst our wish “of course” is to return the aircraft as it is, this is usually not possible for a myriad of…

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Introduction  The primary purpose of this training is to provide an introduction to the entire EASA regulatory environment. It is specially designed to to introduce delegates to the working of the various elements of the regulations. The Training focuses on the various roles and responsibilities of Operators, Maintainers Design and Production organisations. The course is…

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Introduction Within the EU a Part 21 Subpart G (POA) may be issued from the Regulator of the state of the operator. (Unlike Part 21 Subpart J which is always obtained direct from EASA) This course provides a regulatory overview and recurrent update regarding obligations related to compliance with EASA Part 21 Subpart G (Production…

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Introduction The Maintenance Planning Function is the responsibility of the Operator and Effective Maintenance Planning can contribute significantly to achieving real cost savings within the organization. The training develops an understanding regarding the opportunities to deliver real savings. Maintenance has come a long way since the early days when maintenance programs owed more to the…

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Introduction On 11th September 2018 entered in force the new EASA Basic Regulation No 1139/2018 which repeals existing Regulation (EU) 216/2008. The so-called new Basic Regulation formalises EASA’s role in the domain of drones and urban air mobility, enabling the Agency to prepare rules for all sizes of civil drones and harmonize standards for the…

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 Introduction ICAO Requirements for Extended Range Twin-engine Operations (ETOPS) have been in place since 1985, when they were introduced to apply an overall level of operational safety for twin-engined aeroplanes which was consistent with that of the modern three and four-engined aeroplanes then flying, to which no restrictions were applied.The course has been specifically designed…

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Introduction This course considers the fundamental elements related to the cross acceptance (From EASA Standpoint) of Agreements Between EASA & United States Federal Aviation Authority FAA and EASA & Transport Canada (TCAA). As well as a general understanding and raised level of awareness, this course will support the development of your EASA Part 145 MOE…

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Introduction The course focuses on the relationship between EASA Driven Airworthiness Regulatory obligations and the methods whereby Industry is able to show compliance. Using EASA regulatory compliance as the baseline with appropriate consideration of both the Federal Airworthiness Authority (FAA) and International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). EASA Airworthiness regulation within the commercial environment is deeply…

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Introduction At SAS we specialize in EASA regulations and staying at the forefront of what is happening in industry. This course is designed primarily for Airworthiness Authorities and focuses on the relationship between EASA Driven Airworthiness Regulatory obligations and the methods whereby Industry is able to show compliance. Using EASA regulatory compliance as the baseline…

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INTRODUCTION EASA Part SPA was issued as Annex V to Commission Regulation 965/2012. Part SPA provides for the Implementing Rules, (IRs), Acceptable Means of Compliance, (AMCs), and Guidance Material, (GMs) related to Specific Approvals which are available for an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) –Air Carrier (AC) to apply for. This course will review the framework…

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