EASA and UK CAA Services

EASA and UK CAA Services

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is responsible for ensuring safety and environmental protection in air transport in Europe.  The United Kingdom (UK) Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is responsible for the regulation of aviation safety in the UK.  As of 31 December 2020 the UK left the European Union aviation system, and as such is no longer part of European Union aviation institutions, including the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).  Hence the U.S. Part 145 certificated Repair Stations that work on European aircraft, parts and / or components must hold EASA and / or UK CAA approvals certificates.  Our team of aviation professionals possess the expertise and background in assisting organizations to get properly certificated  for EASA and UK CAA.  Feel free to read the special article written about UK CAA Supplement development and Certification.

Our aviation consultants are well experienced in EASA and UK CAA certification and  have worked with many 14 CFR Part 145 Repair Station to obtain their approvals.  Following is a brief list of services we provide to the aviation community:

Preparation of the required EASA Supplements to obtain initial EASA Approvals
Preparation of the required UK CAA Supplements to obtain initial UK CAA Approvals
EASA Supplements revision upon EASA MAG update release
UK CAA Supplements revision upon UK CAA MAG update release
Conducting the required EASA Procedural and Products Audits and compliance
Conducting the required UK CAA Procedural and Products Audits and compliance
certifications manual services Guaranteed

14 CFR Part 135  Air Operators and 14 CFR Part 145 Air Agencies certification process consist of stages that are called phase system.  There are 5 distinct phases and each phase has multiple items that must be successfully completed prior to continuing into the next phase of the process.  Acceptable manuals are also an integral part of certifications.  Agencies or Air Operator manuals require FAA Acceptance or FAA Approval and no one knows that better than our professional team.

A Part 135 commuter or charter applicant, or a Part 145 Repair Station applicant will not be certificated until the FAA is confident that the prospective certificate holder understand the regulatory requirements and is able to remain in compliance with 14 CFR Part 135 or Part 145 and any other relevant parts.

We all know that manuals are essential part of any operations, no matter Part 91, 121, 133, 135, 145, 147 or other parts, you must have the required manuals.  Manuals must be customized for the size and the complexity of the organization, with expansion and growth of the operation in mind.

It is very important for each manual to be easy to follow and understand, hence the necessity for customization.  We are intimately familiar with the manuals creation and their regulatory compliance requirements.

We stand behind our work and guarantee everything we do.  Our guarantee for manual development is 100% meeting the requirements of each manual, and providing any necessary corrections or revisions to get the manual approved or accepted, whichever is required by the FAA.


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