The fees and charges levied by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency.

The new Fees and Charges EASA Regulation (Regulation 2019/2153) will enter into force the 1st of January 2020 and it is already published in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation determines the matters for which fees and charges are due to the EASA, and establishes the amount of the fees and charges and the way in which they are to be paid.

By clicking the above link, you can check how much an audit, any kind of approval or a change on your already existing scope of work will cost to you.

Here is the content you will find in this Regulation:

Part I: Tasks charged a flat rate
Part II: Certification tasks or services charged on an hourly basis
Part IIa: Charges for the provision of training services
Part III: Charges for appeals
Part IV: Annual inflation rate
Part V: Explanatory Note

Perhaps not the happiest way to start the New Year 😀