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The news feed below presents the latest information from the European EASA. Make sure to check these feeds as they might be appropriate to your flying activities.
News and updates to EASA regulatory information, including formal publications, regulations and guidance material.
Date: 09/13/2021 11:00 PMEASA and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of India (DGCA India) have signed a Working Arrangement to strengthen their relationship and to achieve common safety and environmental protection standards. The agreement aims at promoting cooperation, the understanding of each other’s regulatory systems and facilitating the exchange of aeronautical products, services and personnel.
Date: 09/01/2021 11:00 PMThe COVID-19 pandemic has posed many new safety issues and changes to safety priorities for operators. These changes may require adapting the scope of the Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) programmes and their way of operating. This analysis document was presented at a FDM workshop of EASA SAFE360° – 2021 and covers the following topics:
Date: 08/30/2021 11:00 PMThe following vacancy notices have been published on the EASA website. Reference: EASA/AD/2021/003 Title / Grade: Safety Assessment Expert (AD5) Organisational Directorate: Certification Directorate Closing Date: 01/10/2021 at 23:55
Date: 08/26/2021 11:00 PMThe European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has revised its deviation for the transport of cargo in passenger cabins. This third version of the deviation was updated in particular with regards to: the extended approval validity date up to July 31, 2022 several clarifications in the deviation and interpretative material wording.
Date: 08/15/2021 11:00 PMThe new Global Reporting Format (GRF) methodology for assessing and reporting runway surface conditions applies as of August 12, 2021 in the European Union. Compliance with the GRF methodology will enable a smooth transition to the new requirements, especially for Member States in Northern Europe, where the compliance date of August 12, 2021 will enable a switch to the new reporting system before the start of the winter season.
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