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Notices for Proposed RuleMaking (NPRM)

 

Notices of Proposed Amendment (NPAs)

  • NPA 2017-14 2017年8月1日
    The objective of this NPA is to introduce certification specifications (CS) and guidance material (GM) for the design of surface-level VFR heliports located at aerodromes that fall under the scope of Regulation (EC) 216/2008 (Basic Regulation). EASA is proposing this issue of CS-HPT-DSN in order to support the aerodrome operators and the airport industry who, together with their respective competent authorities, carry out the certification of aerodromes in accordance with Commission Regulation (EU) No 139/2014.
  • NPA 2017-13 2017年7月25日
    Rulemaking task (RMT).0196 ‘Update of flight simulation training devices requirements’ has been divided into three work packages (WP1, WP2, and WP3). According to Rulemaking Programme (RMP) 2017-2021, the related documents are planned to be published between 2017 and 2019, in order to complete the modernisation of the certifications specifications (CSs) and acceptable means of compliance/guidance material (AMC/GM) on flight simulation training devices (FSTDs).
  • NPA 2017-12 2017年7月24日
    The specific objective of this Notice of Proposed Amendment (NPA) is to propose amendments to CS-25 following the selection of non-complex, non-controversial and mature subjects. In particular, this NPA proposes amendments to the following items:
  • NPA 2017-11 2017年7月21日
    The objective of this NPA is to maintain a high level of safety, while promoting a level playing field in certification and the use of integrated modular avionics (IMA). This NPA proposes to:
  • NPA 2017-10 2017年6月28日
    The objective of this NPA is to maintain a high level of safety by providing a set of harmonised software assurance level (SWAL) measures for providers of air traffic management (ATM)/air navigation services (ANS) and other ATM network functions when dealing with the (safety) assessment of changes to a functional system. It thus aims at achieving a smooth transition into the new ATM/ANS regulatory framework.