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Easz has recently published is proposals for changes to design standards Certification Specifications in relation to Volcanic Ash in support of the approach adopted within the AIR04 proposal. Therefore, the retrofit is considered disproportionate and not cost-effective in relation to the possible safety benefit. This will better reflect existing certification practice and will replace reliance on ageing JAA interim policies.
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The Basic Regulation requires products, parts and appliances to comply with the environmental protection requirements contained in Volumes I and II of Annex 16 to the Chicago Convention as applicable on 17 Novemberexcept for the Appendices to that Annex. There are also militarized variants, with secure data storage, night vision goggle compatible lighting, environmental hardening, and military specific applications and data.
An electronic flight bag EFB is an electronic information management device that helps flight crews perform flight management tasks more easily and efficiently with less paper.
This data is considered specific to an aircraft type and should, therefore, be produced by the designer of that aircraft type. For those involved in Initial Airworthiness, then please review the CRD to familiarise yourselves with the material. The objective of this task is to identify and recommend harmonised draft certification specifications and acceptable means of compliance for CS-E, 14 CFR Part 33, CS and 14 CFR Part 25 to address the novel features inherent in open rotor engine designs and their integration with the aircraft.
To address the existing large aeroplane fleet and to protect the future fleet of large aeroplanes the NPA proposes the implementation of the following changes: The specific objective of this task is to mitigate the safety effects stemming from cybersecurity risks due to acts of unlawful interference with the aircraft on-board electronic networks and systems.
EASA expect that this will be achieved by: EASA advised that this is only for design and production organisations conducting flight tests under a permit to fly. Comments were received on the appropriateness of a CS provision for under-fuselage chevrons on all rotorcraft certified for emergency flotation or full ditching. Products, parts, and appliances must now comply with the environmental protection requirements contained in Amendment 10 of Volume I and in Amendment 7 of Volume II of Annex 16 to the Chicago Convention, as applicable on 17 Novemberexcept for the Appendices to Annex The Portal has a user guide for information on how to register to use of the Applicant Portal, view and filter your applications, view and edit contact persons associated with your EASA applicant account, provide credentials for application management users and, last but not least, on how to register and submit applications.
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EASA states that the specific objective of this NPA is to propose amendments to CS following the selection of non-complex, non-controversial and mature subjects.
Retrieved 30 September The specific objective here is to propose an amendment to CS following the selection of non-complex, non-controversial and mature subjects. Its guided interface will simplify applying for certification tasks, save applicants time and effort, minimise delays caused by validation issues and make the entire process more transparent.
Comments should be made using the CRT by 31 Octoberextended from the original 28 September Views Read Edit View history.
The deadline for submitting your comments is April 30th The new rules will ensure that certain data, necessary for safe operation, is available to, and used by the operators. It does not contain additional or double set requirements to those already contained in the operational requirements for the basic information, documentation and data sources that would need to be carried on board. By the extended closing date of 30 JuneEASA had received comments from 80 National Aviation Authorities, professional organisations, and private companies.
More detailed comments from stakeholders were taken into account to improve the certification specifications and AMC through changes in the structure of the text and additional clarifications.
Although the dates for halon replacement proposed are later than those of ICAO Annex 6, the proposed changes are expected to ensure compliance therewith in the long term. Additionally, a simplified procedure for the embodiment of Standard Changes and Standard Repairs could limit the illegal practices of some owners who have not followed the applicable rules when modifying the aircraft and may encourage the installation of 20-225 equipment.
Last month we reported on NPA with the objective to address the safety issue of runway excursions that occur during landings. No timescales were proposed for the publication of the Regulation or the associated Certification Specifications. Industry and operators have suggested that the regulatory framework for general aviation e.
For CS and CS Cat A rotorcraft, enhanced capsize mitigation must be provided to relieve the time pressure on occupants to escape.
Structural aspects A significant number of comments were received on the ability to interpret the structural ditching provisions and the terminology that was proposed.
This can be achieved by various means, including:.
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This will have implications on CS-E in so much that the specifications will be evaluated to consider the need to improve the ability of aircraft engines to be able to cope with the ingestion of birds that can reasonably be expected during the service life of the engine.
The comments that were received during the consultation period were, in general, supportive of the proposed amendments. The NPA is open for consultation and will close for comments on 14 th March Those organisations and personnel wasa with the design of large aircraft are recommended to keep abreast of developments. Overall, EASA expects that this NPA would acm a moderate safety benefit, would have no social or environmental impacts, and may provide major economic benefits by reducing the regulatory burden for the embodiment of simple changes and repairs in certain aircraft when fulfilling the acceptable methods, techniques and practices included mac CS-STAN.