سال انتشار: ۱۳۸۴
محل انتشار: سومین همایش ایمنی هوانوردی
تعداد صفحات: ۵
Sharafbafi – Senior Manager Engineering and Maintenance Training Quality Assurance، Engineering and Maintenance Quality Assurance Dep. – Iranair- Tehran – Iran
Nejati – Director Engineering and Maintenance Quality Assurance، Engineering and Maintenance Quality Assurance Dep. – Iranair- Tehran – Iran
Khabbaz – Quality Assurance Engineer، Engineering and Maintenance Quality Assurance Dep. – Iranair- Tehran – Iran
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), which became operational on 28 September 2003 is a key to translating aviation safety and environmental protection objectives into reality. The Agency is an independent legal entity set up by the European Union. The Agency assists the European Commission in preparing EU legislation on civil aviation safety and environmental compatibility. It also develops its own standards (certification specifications and guidance material) to facilitate the implementation of its objectives. The Agency is responsible for the certification of aeronautical products – aircraft, engine parts and appliances and the organizations that design them to ensure that aircraft are airworthy and meet environmental standards. It is also the one-stop-shop for the certification of foreign organizations that manufacture or maintain products used by Community operators. The Agency is working closely with countries outside the European Union and international organizations in the aviation field, to promote European safety standards and ensure a high degree of harmonization across the world. In this paper, recent EASA regulations including Part 21, Part 145, Part 147, Part 66 and Part M are briefly considered and discussed. Additionally, the concepts of bilateral and multilateral cooperations, which will project the future of EASA are explained. All mentioned subjects may be helpful as to decide on obtaining the related EASA approval.