EASA Regulatory Developments (1/2)

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EASA Regulatory Developments (1/2)
Staying Current with
Regulations !
October 2015
Chris MARKOU
Head, Operational Costs
Management, IATA
E-Maintenance Records and E-Signatures
Regulatory basis exists – need for timely & flexible evolution
FAA – AC 120-78
(Acceptance and use of e-signatures, e-recordkeeping, and e-manuals)
 TC – AC 571-006
(E-signatures and e-exchange of the Authorized Release Certificate –
Form One)
 FAA Form 8130-3 and EASA Form 1 with dual release and e-records
(FAA-EASA Maintenance Annex Guide to US-EU Bilateral Agreement)
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Industry Standards – growing & maturing for business use
ATA – Spec 2000 and Spec 42
( e-Business Specification and Aviation Industry Standards for Digital
Information Security)
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Aviation Stakeholders to build the aviation e-ecosystem
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IATA supports awareness & innovation towards an Aviation
Identification and Authorization System
( see AIAS whitepaper @ www.iata.org/PAO )
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ICAO’s AIRP Develops Change Proposals
Approval and global recognition of AMOs
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Develop provisions for harmonization of global recognition and AMO
approvals as well as guidance material to support implementation
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Will level the regulatory requirements for CAA approval and oversight
of AMOs
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Will ensure “global portability” of the approvals, lessen the multiapproval burden for AMOs, pooling of audits, avoid duplication and
support MRO business interoperability
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Transfers the AMO requirements from Annex 6 to Annex 8
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All EASA Part-145 Organizations would benefit from
Electronic Aircraft Maintenance Records
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Develop guidance for CAAs to accept and allow usage of aircraft
maintenance e-records
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Needs buy-in and active implementation from all players (i.e. airlines,
OEMs, MROs, lessors, MIS solution providers etc.)
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Will improve airworthiness compliance control and monitoring, facilitate
business and reduce costs on-long term for all aviation stakeholders
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EASA Regulatory Developments (1/2)
Third Country Operator
Ramp Inspection Program
EU Ramp Inspection Program = SAFA + SACA
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SAFA for aircraft used by third country operators
SACA for aircraft used by operators under another EU Member State
47 Participating States (NAAs) in a program consisting of 53 (ramp) inspection items
EASA is coordinating with each National Coordinator of the Participating States
EASA is the custodian of a Centralized Database for Inspections and Findings
Regulatory basis in Air Ops – Annex II (Part ARO) Subpart RAMP
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EASA Regulatory Developments (2/2)
Third Country Operators (TCO)
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Single/unique safety authorization valid in 32 EASA Member States (replacing individual
state schemes)
Required also for Operating in territories under the 32 States jurisdiction (e.g. French
Guyana, Reunion, Saint-Martin, Canary Islands)
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Implementation started under Part-TCO as of May 26, 2014 - with 30 months transition
(mandatory compliance by Nov 26, 2016)
 EASA (free) validation of the foreign AOC is risk-based and could go from desktop review
(fast track) to technical meetings and interviews (for low confidence Operator)
 Linked to the European “Safety List”
(see scenario info @ http://easa.europa.eu/the-agency/faqs/third-country-operators )
SMS to be introduced by EASA in phased approach
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Phase I with SMS requirements for CAMO – Opinion expected beginning 2016 (based on
NPA 2013 – 01; relief for CAT operators to fully contract CAMO outside their AOC)
Phase II with SMS requirements for Part-145 organizations – new NPA expected in 2017
(thus delayed SMS introduction for MROs although initially included by NPA 2013-01)
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IOSA and Its MNT Segment
IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) – Role & Growth
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Prerequisite for IATA Airline Membership and standard
for many non-IATA Airlines (based on ICAO SARPs)
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Avoid costly multiplication of airline audits and provide
recognized solid base for concluding inter-line
agreements
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Section 4 of the ISM is the audit segment for Aircraft
Engineering and Maintenance (MNT)
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MNT dedicated TF focusing on
Maintenance Management and
Control, Technical Records,
Maintenance Org.
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The “Enhanced IOSA”
(mandatory as of Sep 1, 2015) to
ensure airline continuous
conformity by focusing on
implementation of ISARPs
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Full compliance with SMS
provisions mandatory from 2016
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(as of Sep 1, 2015)
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