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.
The EASA regulatory framework is wide and complex. In this article we try to clarify some of the peculiarity related to the so called “Initial and Continuing Airworthiness”, which (among others) includes the design organisations (DOA), the production organisations (POA) and the maintenance organisations (MOA).
Some Regulator mandates not well defined temperatures conditions in hangar, offices or workshops, without specifying values or details that may guide the responsible person.
Although this is a high debatable topic, the article provides with some guideline so you can make your mind up.