Understanding the implications of EASA Part NCC regulations is an important issue for all non-commercial aircraft operators and owners. There is plenty of information available which will help you to gain a better understanding of the steps that you might need to take to meet the changes coming into force across Europe.
Under EASA Air Operations Regulation Part NCC, private jet owner-operators will need to make flight operations manuals an essential part of their flying regime. These documents will need to cover anything from security procedures to child restraint devices and other health and safety equipment.
All non-commercial jet aircraft need to comply with the new regulations, as set out by EASA under Part NCC, by August 25th 2016. This means that, along with certain other classes of non-commercial aircraft, owners and operators of jet aircrafts will need to take a number of steps now so that they remain able to […]
From August 2016, all non-commercial aircraft operators will be regulated by the European Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA) Part NCC regulations. These will cover all aspects of aircraft operations and flight safety in order to bring them up to a standard that is much closer to that which is expected of commercial flight operators.
Although Part NCC regulations were first drafted by European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in 2013, there have been various subsequent amendments both in 2014 and 2015. In order to make sense of the often confusing picture surrounding them, you may think a great deal of technical reading is required to comply with this change in […]