Notices for Proposed RuleMaking (NPRM)
- Normal and Transport Category Rotorcraft Certification
November 1, 2017_ …
- Use of Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Out in Support of Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) O…
August 7, 2017___ …
Notices of Proposed Amendment (NPAs)
- NPA 2017-17 2017年10月29日
The objective of this NPA is to develop a harmonised set of flight time limitation (FTL) rules for each of the following types of operation:
- NPA 2017-16 2017年10月1日
The objective of this Notice of Proposed Amendment (NPA) is to improve the ability of aeroplane turbine engines to cope with the ingestion of birds that can reasonably be expected to be experienced during the service life of the engine.
- NPA 2017-15 2017年9月24日
This Notice of Proposed Amendment (NPA) addresses harmonisation and level playing field issues related to the commercial operation of performance class A aeroplanes with a maximum operational passenger seating configuration (MOPSC) of 19 or less without an ETOPS approval over routes that contain a point further from an adequate aerodrome than the distance flown in 60 minutes at the one-engine-inoperative cruising speed. These operations are referred to as ‘non-ETOPS operations’.
- NPA 2017-14 2017年7月31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24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).