Are there conditions dictated by unforeseen urgent operational circumstances or operational needs making possible an exemption from the EASA rules? Yes, there are.
- Are Aviation Authorities getting out of their role?
- What temperature should be kept in the aviation working environment?
- Are hangar doors always required?
- What are the requirements to be a Maintenance Manager under the EASA?
- Why does EASA want the aircraft type training is done at an EASA Part 147 AMTO?
- Products, parts and appliances, what do they are?
- How will Brexit affect aviation?
- How air transport might change in the future? Three ideas for faster trips!
- Which license can be used to carry out EASA maintenance works outside the EU?
- What is a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) in a Part 147 Organisation?
- How to get an EASA Part 145 approval
- Can an A1 (Aircraft) Maintenance Organization issue an EASA Form 1 for an Engine?
- Should a Part 145 always use up to dated manuals and maintenance data?
- Why is an HF coupler pressurised with Nitrogen?
- How to break the rule
- RVSM: Reduced Vertical Separation Minima. Always safe?
- Europe and China discuss about drones
- What are the safest airlines in the world?
- Part M, Part 145, Part 66, Part 147, Part T – IRs and AMC
- UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems), RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aircraft System) and Drones
- The Maintenance Planning Document (MPD)