European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) - EU Regulation 2042/2003

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The responsibilities of EASA include to: Giving advice for the drafting of EU legislation, implementing and monitoring safety rules (including inspections in the member states), Giving type-certification of aircraft and components as well as the approval of organizations involved in the design, Authorizing foreign operators, Manufacture and maintenance of aeronautical products.

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  • Presented by Noman Khan 57154 MBA (Aviation Management) PAF KIET A brief on EU Regulation 2042/2003 European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Course: Aviation Law & Legislation Faculty: Dr. Abdul Razaaq Ahmed PAF KIET
  • EASA Main Responsibility Member state EASA Structure EU Regulation 2042/2003 Annex I: Continuing airworthiness requirements Annex II: Maintenance organization approvals Annex III: Certifying staff Annex IV: Training organization requirements Table of content 2
  • European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Established under regulation 1592/2002, created on 15 July 2002 Based in Cologne, Germany EASA is the central safety regulator and advisory body for civil Aviation in the EU (through 1592/2002) Mission is to set up & maintain the highest possible safety and environmental standards in aviation. the EASA was full functionality in 2008, taking over functions of the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA). Strong and independent counterpart to the FAA. European Aviation Safety Agency 3
  • The responsibilities of EASA include to: Giving advice for the drafting of EU legislation, implementing and monitoring safety rules (including inspections in the member states), Giving type-certification of aircraft and components as well as the approval of organizations involved in the design, Authorizing foreign operators, Manufacture and maintenance of aeronautical products. Driving on the RampDriving on the Ramp 4 European Aviation Safety Agency
  • The JAA was headquartered at Hoofddorp, North Holland. EASA has legal regulatory authority within the European Union (EU) through the enactment of its regulations through the European Commission, Council of the European Union and European Parliament, while Most of the JAA regulatory products were harmonized codes without direct force of law. Also, JAA has very limited scope within EU (Some JAA nations such as Turkey were outside the EU whereas by definition, EASA is an agency of the EU and other nations adopt its rules and procedures on a voluntary basis) Driving on the RampDriving on the RampDifferences from JAA 5
  • These Countries participate in the activities of EASA under Article 66 of the Basic Regulation and are members of the Management Board without voting rights. Driving on the RampDriving on the RampMember States 6 EU STATE THIRD COUNTRY* Austria Italy Iceland* Belgium Latvia Liechtenstein* Bulgaria Lithuania, Norway* Cyprus Luxembourg Switzerland*, Czech Republic Malta Denmark Poland Estonia Portugal Finland Romania France Slovak Republic Germany Slovenia Greece Spain Hungary Sweden Ireland Netherlands United Kingdom
  • Driving on the RampDriving on the RampEASA Structure 7
  • Article 1: Objectives & Scope Article 2: Definition Article 3: Continuing airworthiness requirements Article 4: Maintenance organization approvals Article 5: Certifying staff Article 6: Training organization requirements Article 7: Entry into force Driving on the RampDriving on the Ramp 8 Annex-I (Part M) Annex-II (Part 145) Annex-III (Part 66) Annex-IV (Part 147) EU Regulation 2042/2003
  • Annex III (Part 66) (CERTIFYING STAFF) Driving on the RampDriving on the Ramp 9 EU Regulation 2042/2003 1. Certifying staff shall be qualified in accordance with the provisions of Annex III,. 2. Any aircraft maintenance licence and if any, the technical limitations associated with that licence, issued or recognised by a Member State in accordance with the JAA requirements and procedures and valid at the time of entry into force of this Regulation, shall be deemed to have been issued in accordance with this Regulation.
  • Guidelines for issue of an air craft maintenance license For aeroplane & helicopters For aircraft other Aeroplane and helicopters CAT A (sch. line Maintenance Mechanic) CAT B1 (Mechanical) CAT B2 (Avionics) CAT C (Base Maintenance Engineer) Driving on the RampDriving on the Ramp 10 Annex III: Part 66 Certifying staff Line maintenance technician
  • CAT A (SCH. LINE MAINTENANCE MECH) Aircraft maintenance license permits the holder to issue certificates of release to service: Minor scheduled line maintenance and Simple defect rectification within the limits of tasks specifically endorsed on the authorization for Part 145 Organization CAT B1 (MECHANICAL LINE MAINTENANCE TECH) Aircraft maintenance license shall permit the holder to issue certificates of release to service: Aircraft structure maintenance, Power plant and mechanical & electrical systems. Replacement of avionic line replaceable units, Simple tests to prove their serviceability, Category B1 shall automatically include the appropriate A subcategory. Driving on the RampDriving on the Ramp 11 Annex III: Part 66 Certifying staff (Continue)
  • CAT B2 (SCH. LINE MAINTENANCE MECH) Aircraft maintenance license permits the holder to issue certificates of release to service: Maintenance on avionic and electrical systems within the limits of tasks specifically endorsed on the authorization for Part 145 Organization CAT C (LINE & BASE MAINTENANCE ENGR.) Aircraft maintenance license shall permit the holder to issue certificates of release to service: Base maintenance on aircraft. The privileges apply to the aircraft in its entirety in a Part-145 organization Driving on the RampDriving on the Ramp 12 Annex III: Part 66 Certifying staff (Continue)
  • Annex I (Part 66) Certifying staff Guidelines for issue of an air craft maintenance license Eligibility, (18Y) Basic knowledge req. (Level 1, 2 & 3 defined in Appendix I ) Experience req. (Practical Exp. 1 to 5Y) Continued validity (5Y from the date of issue) Driving on the RampDriving on the Ramp 13 Annex III: Part 66 Certifying staff (Continue)
  • Section B: Procedure for competent authority Subpart A: General Subpart B: Issue of an aircraft maintenance license Subpart C: Examination (Appendix II & III) Appendix-I:Basic knowledge requirements (K. Level -1, 2 & 3) Appendix-II: Basic Examination Standard Appendix-III: Type training and Examination Standard Appendix IV: Experience requirements for extending a Part - 66 Aircraft Maintenance License Appendix V: Application Form and Example of License Format (Form 19 & Form 26 resp.) Driving on the Ramp 14 Annex III: Part 66 Certifying staff (Continue)
  • Driving on the RampDriving on the Ramp 15 Annex III: Part 66 Certifying staff (Continue)
  • Form 19 Driving on the RampDriving on the Ramp 16 Annex III: Part 66 Certifying staff (Continue)
  • Driving on the RampDriving on the Ramp 17 Annex III: Part 66 Certifying staff (Continue)
  • Significant diff. b/w US & European systems: In the United States: Aircraft maintenance technicians (Part 65 Airframe and Power plant Mechanics) are permitted to work under their own certificates and approve their own work for return to service. In European Part 66 certificate holders are required to perform their functions under the aegis of a Part 145 organization for Transport Category and Large (MTOM>5700 kg) Airplanes. The part 145 organization in the EASA system has the authority to approve for return to service. Many non-European countries have been moving toward the European approach, most notably Canada (See Part 571 of the Canadian Aviation Regulations). Driving on the RampDriving on the Ramp 18 Part 66 Certifying staff (Continue)
  • Annex IV (Part 147) (TRAINING ORGANIZATION REQUIREMENTS) Driving on the RampDriving on the Ramp 19 EU Regulation 2042/2003 1. Organizations involved in the training of personnel referred to in Article 5 shall be approved in accordance with Annex IV to be entitled: (a) to conduct recognized basic training courses; and/or (b) to conduct recognized type training courses; and (c) to conduct examinations; and (d) to issue training certificates. 2. Any maintenance training organization approval issued or recognized by a Member State in accordance with the JAA requirements and procedures and valid at the time of entry into force of this Regulation shall be deemed to have been issued in accordance with this Regulation. For this purpose, by derogation from the provisions of 147.B.130(b) under Annex IV, level 2 findings associated with the differences between JAR 147 and Annex IV may be closed within one year.
  • Guidelines requirements for the organizations seeking approval to conduct training & examination (specified in Part 66) SECTION A SUBPART A: General Req. SUBPART B: Org. Req. Facility requirement Personnel req. Records of Instructors & assessor Instructional equipment Maintenance Training Materials Training procedure & Quality system Driving on the RampDriving