EASA PART M – REGULATIONS FOR CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS

EDITIONS

  • Edition - MADRID: from 18 to 19 February 2014 
  • Edition - BARCELONA: from 10 to 11 June 2014  REGISTER

Regulations EC 216/2008 & ec 2042/2003

 

  • The aeronautical regulations and, in particular, air carriers are subject to the continuous evolution of its regulatory framework. The European Union regulations are increasingly demanding and its objective is to increase the safety of air transport.
  • Part M of Regulation EC 20422003, concerning the responsibilities in the maintenance of airworthiness, among others of the commercial air transport operators came into force in September 2005. These requirements are those already established by JAR-OPS 1, however, Part M introduces additional requirements, as well as it includes aspects of responsibility in all areas of commercial and private air operation. It clearly defines the requirements for operators and maintenance organizations and adds explanatory material by completing certain shortcomings of the previous standard.
  • This course provides for the duties of the operators in the field of continuing airworthiness, with special emphasis on the new requirements introduced in Part M by successive amendments to this rule, including the last regulation EC 1149/2011.

 

Course objective:

  • To reach a working knowledge of the applicable requirements to aircraft operators in the field of continuing airworthiness.

 

Addressed to:

  • Continuing airworthiness maintenance professionals working in CAMO organizations, maintenance professionals working in Part 145 maintenance centres, Operations and Quality of air operators units.

 

Language

  • Spanish

 

Price:

  • 500€ (VAT exempt)

 

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