What EASA 145?
Part 145 is the European standard for the approval of organisations that perform maintenance on aircraft and aircraft components that are registered in EASA Member States.
What is Amo Part 145?
Part 145 is a set of regulations outlining the minimum safety outcomes for the maintenance of aircraft and aeronautical products and has assisted with international recognition.
What is EASA part147?
Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation Approval is the European standard fort the approval of maintenance training organisations and it has two parts; basic training and aircraft type rating training. The basic training covers requirements for the issue of a Part 66 aircraft maintenance licence.
What do you need to know about EASA Part 145?
EASA Part 145, similar to FAR Part 145, applies to the aircraft maintenance sector. It is the standards for the certification and operation of an aircraft maintenance organization, such as a repair station, and its employees. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) regulates and enforces the standards for civil aviation safety in Europe.
What are EASA easy access rules for air operations?
ED Decision 2021/005/R updating the Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Material to Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 on aeroplane performance, PBCS, oxygen equipment, medical equipment, recorders, technical records, non-ETOPS operations, ground de-icing/anti-icing procedures;
When was part 145 approved by the EU?
MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION APPROVALS – PART 145 Consolidated version of Part 145 (Annex II) to Commission Regulation EC No. 2042/2003, and related EASA Decisions (Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Material), as amended Issue: November 2010 PART 145 amended by EU No. 962/2010 EU No. 127/2010 EC No. 1056/2008 EC No. 376/2007 EC No. 707/2006
When did Part 145 maintenance organisation approvals come into effect?
PART-145 MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION APPROVALS – PART 145 Consolidated version of Part 145 (Annex II) to Commission Regulation EC No. 2042/2003, and related EASA Decisions (Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Material), as amended Issue: November 2010