ISSUANCE OF ARC AND FLIGHT AUTHORIZATION FOR A CAMO (PART M-SUBP. I)

EDITIONS

  • Edition - MADRID: from 26 to 27 May 2010 
  • On 28 of November of 2003 it was published in the Official Journal of the European Union the Regulation (EC) No 2042/2003, on the continuing airworthiness of aircraft and aeronautical products, parts, and appliances, and on the approval of organisations and personnel involved in these tasks. This Regulation has been amended by several Regulations of the Commission, among them the 707/2006, 376/2007, 1056/2008, 127/2010 and, recently, 962/2010.
  • The objective of this Regulation is to establish the common essential requirements to ensure a high level of the civil aviation safety and the protection of the environment, through the implementation of continuous airworthiness tasks. In particular Subpart I defines the requirements to comply to ensure the validity of the CdA through Airworthiness reviews and ARC issuance, that may be performed by CAMOs duly approved (CAMO subp. I). Regulation 127/2010 introduces the possibility for a CAMO subp.I to additionally be able to issue a Flight Authorization.
  • Within the course it is developed the regulations of Subpart I and the guidance materials of AESA, including several workshops to practice with the implementation of the said Subpart, as for example the part dedicated to the Airworthiness review (described in Subpart G). It also develops the regulation applicable to a CAMO subpart I in order to sign a Flight Authorization.

 

Course objetive:

  • Training on the established requirements on Part M Subpart I and Flight Authorization.
  • Development of the AESA guidance.

 

Addressed to:

  • This course is aimed at all the staff of approved organisations in accordance with Subpart G that, due to their responsibilities/functions, need to know the requirements established in Subpart I, from accountable of the same to the airworthiness review staff.

 

Language

  • Spanish

 

Price:

  • 650 € (VAT exempt)

 

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