Notices for Proposed RuleMaking (NPRM)
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Notices of Proposed Amendment (NPAs)
- NPA 2021-15 2021年12月20日
The objective of this Notice of Proposed Amendment (NPA) is to close the gaps that currently exist in Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014, which pose compliance difficulties in relation to the management of manned aircraft that are not conventional or have a powerplant other than a piston engine or a turbine.
- NPA 2021-14 2021年12月15日
The objective of this Notice of Proposed Amendment (NPA) is to maintain a high level of safety for unmanned and manned aircraft operations in the U-space airspace.
- NPA 2021-13 2021年11月21日
The objective of this Notice of Proposed Amendment (NPA) is to address a safety recommendation involving the failure of engine fan blades, thus improving the certification of turbofan engines to better assess and mitigate the potential hazards from such failures, especially by better integrating the analysis and identification of the potential threats to the aircraft on which the engine is to be installed. The proposed amendments will therefore ensure a more robust certification process and will …
- NPA 2021-12 2021年11月14日
The objective of this rulemaking task (RMT) is to support the development of new technologies and non-traditional aircraft, as well as the competitiveness of the EU industry in this regard. Subtask 2 of this RMT addresses gyroplanes. According to Article 2(1)(a) and (b) and Annex I point 1(f) of Regulation (EU) 2018/1139, gyroplanes with a maximum take-off mass (MTOM) of more than 600 kg or with more than 2 seats fall within the scope of the common European rules in the field of civil aviation. …
- NPA 2021-11 2021年10月25日
The purpose of this Notice of Proposed Amendment (NPA) is to provide proportionate and cost-efficient rules in the field of the safety assessment provisions for equipment, systems and installations for rotorcraft that also maintain an overall high level of safety. In addition, the intent of this NPA is also to increase harmonisation of the safety assessment provisions for rotorcraft with their Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) equivalents.