Aviation Regulations Updates is the industry's most comprehensive source of up-to-date European aviation regulatory information.
Updated monthly, Aviation Regulations Updates keeps you up-to-date with recent and proposed changes to EU Regulations and EASA Agency Measures relating to air operations and airworthiness. In addition, we also review and highlight information published by the UK CAA where relevant.
16/07/2020 TOR RMT.0732 16/07/2020 EASA Covid 19 Updates 10/07/2020 EASA-EUROCONTROL Technical Coordination Office 02/07/2020 ED Decision 2020/008/R 01/07/2020 CRD 2020-05 24/06/2020 ED Decision 2020/006/R 23/06/2020 General Aviation Roadmap 18/06/2020 Easy Access Rules Updated 15/06/2020 Easy access rules for Aircrew were updated to incorporate: 10/06/2020 EASA Certifies the first electric aeroplane 04/06/2020 Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2020/746 issued
EASA Technical Publications
Easy Access Rules for Air Operations – now available online as a free download
The merged and easy-to-read document includes:
- the Air Operations Implementing Regulation EU 965/2012 including all its amending regulations up to EU 2018/394
- all respective Acceptable Means of Compliance/Guidance Material (AMC/GM)
Easy Access Rules for Initial Airworthiness – now available online as a free download
Easy Access Rules for Part-21, Airworthiness and Environmental Certification. This document includes the Implementing Acts(IA) and the Acceptable Means of Compliance/Guidance Material (AMC/GM) in a merged, easy-to-read format. It will be updated within a certain time period after each substantial change to the IA and/or AMC&GM.
Easy Access Rules for Part-M, Continuing Airworthiness
This document includes the Implementing Acts (IA) and the Acceptable Means of Compliance/Guidance Material (AMC/GM) in a merged, easy-to-read format. It will be updated within a certain time period after each substantial change to the IA and/or AMC&GM.
16/07/2020 EASA Covid 19 Updates
Whilst the Covid 19 pandemic continues to cause mayhem within the aviation industry EASA is continuously devising methods to ensure that operations can continue as normally as possible while remaining safe, and the Agency recognises there are significant matters that need to be tackled. EASA remains fully committed to meet the needs of the industry so that aviation can remain operational and safe for everyone.
As a result of the above in June 2020 EASA has published guidelines for air operators on the role of operator’s management system in the COVID-19 recovery phase. A team of experts from EASA, industry representatives and national authorities worked together to develop a document aimed at supporting air operators in identifying the safety threats associated with their return to normal operation.