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The determination process is based on the comparison of candidate and base aircraft and assessment of similarity of the type specific elements related to aircraft configuration, doors and exits, aircraft systems and normal and emergency operations. This includes introducing new standard changes and repairs, updating the scope of some of the existing standard changes or repairs, or removing some standard changes and repairs, as necessary.

A detailed risk assessment has been undertaken that reflects both certification and operational experience and builds upon data extracted from accident reports and previous studies. The proposed changes are expected to maintain safety, improve harmonisation and ensure compliance, albeit with some delay, with ICAO Standards. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Those organisations may also consider it appropriate to participate in the consultation process and the end-users of such data in the future. The proposed guidance should allow these applicants to come easily to a decision with regard to:. See our article of 31 Aamc The comments that were received during the consultation period were, in general, supportive of the proposed amendments.

JetBlue took a different approach by converting all of its operations documents to electronic format and distributing them over a network to laptop computers that were issued to pilots versus to the airplane.

Furthermore, the testing environment in which helicopters are type-certified easq ditching ac little resemblance to the sea conditions experienced in operation. In particular, this NPA proposes amendments to the following items:.

It is now therefore necessary for all design changes to be approved by EASA in accordance with the current Part approval processes. The only way to achieve this capability is by using a solid state drive or a standard rotating mass drive in a sealed enclosure. Engine time limited dispatch TLD update Item 4: This ToR has now been published and we encourage light aircraft owners, continuing airworthiness management organisations, and maintenance organisations to participate in the drafting of the proposed Certification Specification, xmc is due to apply in 3 stages:.


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.

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These sub-classes are used for establishing the certification standards for systems and equipment. The decision amends both CS and CS Therefore, EASA proposes to develop an Opinion, to amend Part Additional Airworthiness Requirementsand a Decision, to amend CS Additional Airworthiness Specifications for Operationslaying out the framework for the replacement of halon in lavatories and in handheld fire extinguishers on akc produced aircraft i.

Water impact events are accounted for implicitly within the new ditching methodology. Other companies, including Southwest followed with “carry-on” performance computers, but they remained on the airplane as a practical matter. It is considered an acceptable means of complying with the requirements contained in CAT.

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It also allows applicants to view and monitor the status of their applications, and to manage ewsa own contact details and user credentials.

We recommend aircraft manufacturers, design organisations, and operators understand the implications of what is being proposed and comment via the CRT before 18 February This appendix focuses on the following topics: We recommend that all owners, Design Organisations, CAMOs, and maintenance organisations involved with applicable categories of aircraft familiarise themselves with the CS and the new Part, Part-M and Part soft rule material.

Even though these special conditions and interpretations provide a better coverage for executive interiors, there are still unaddressed areas where the absence exsa adequate guidance is a source of discussions and undue resource consumption. Numerous certification review items CRIs are issued for each certification project involving these aeroplanes.

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 rasa the Appendices to Annex Helicopter manufacturers stated that the technical challenge posed by needing to design a device with high integrity to prevent any inadvertent deployment in the vicinity of the main rotor was excessive.


Based on the comments received from 45 commentators and the individual responses to each of them, the Agency concludes that no stakeholder objected that Option 2 i. We recommend all affected owners, operators and equipment manufacturers engage fully with this rulemaking task either directly or through their applicable trade association. This NPA proposes certification standards for such systems, and their mandatory installation on new designs and all newly produced large aeroplanes to be operated in commercial air transport.

Moreover, some recent avionics modifications may also render legacy aeroplanes sensitive to this risk. The proposed changes are expected to improve the harmonisation of ICA among the design approval holders DAHs in relation to the identification, approval, formatting and availability of ICA to the end users.

Additional changes are proposed to maximise the likelihood of occupant egress and subsequent survivability. We recommend that if you are involved in this area of initial airworthiness of IMA, then log-on to the EASA comment response tool to submit your comments. Those in-production aircraft which by do not meet the standard will no longer be able to be produced unless their designs are sufficiently modified. In total, the majority of the received comments has been accepted or partially accepted.

Improves the probability of survival for occupants in the event of either a helicopter ditching or a survivable water impact. This will both reduce the potential for lubrication system failures from occurring and mitigate the consequences of any failure, if this should happen. CS is applicable to large aeroplanes powered with turbine engines and, as most of those aeroplanes are used by airlines, CS is clearly written with high density Commercial Air Transport aeroplanes in mind.

Comments should be made using the CRT by 31 Octoberextended from the original 28 September