Thursday, 29 May 2014

EASA contemplates revision of its Basic Regulation

The European Aviation Safety Agency has issued an Advanced Notice or Proposed Amendment (A-NPA) concerning the EASA Basic Regulation (Regulation Nr. 216/2008), which means it has initiated preliminary consultation thereon with all actors involved. The consultation regards the Regulation’s modernization in view of the future mid-term and long-term developments in aviation. The changes proposed relate to:
A performance-based and integrated approach to safety,
• Modernising and updating the EASA’s safety remit,
• Extending the EASA’s remit beyond safety,
• Optimising the use of available resources
• Ensure an adequate and stable Agency funding,
• Further integration of aviation aspects, and
• Aviation regulation beyond the EASA’s facets.

The deadline for comments and responses is 15 August 2014.

You can find EASA’s A-NPA here.

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