Transport Canada Easa Agreement

Airworthiness enforcement procedures that include design authorization, production activities, export authorization, design authorization activities and technical assistance under the Agreement between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Canada for the Promotion of Aviation Safety Under the new agreement, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) will certify aeronautical products and services Canadian Ice must be recognized. The Canadian aviation industry can be much more competitive in the European market. Civil aviation safety will also be improved, as THEA and Transport Canada work together to address safety issues. 6.2. In the event of disagreement between the Parties on the effectiveness of the measures taken, the notifying Party may request the other Party to take immediate measures to prevent the organisation from performing maintenance functions for civil aeronautical products as part of its regulatory oversight. If the other Party does not take such measures within fifteen working days of the notifying Party`s request, the powers conferred on the competent authority of the other Party in accordance with this procedure shall be suspended until the matter is satisfactorily settled by the Joint Committee in accordance with the provisions of the Agreement. Until the Joint Committee adopts a decision on the matter, the notifying Party may take any measures it deems necessary to prevent the organisation from performing maintenance functions for civil aviation products as part of its regulatory control. CONSIDERING that, through a long practice of technical exchange and bilateral arrangements between Canada and the members of the European Community (EC), each Party has found that the other Party`s standards and systems for the certificate of airworthiness, the environment or the recognition of civil air products are sufficiently equivalent to its own to make an agreement possible, Enforcement procedures for maintenance under the Agreement to Promote Aviation Safety between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Canada Consult the agreements and arrangements that Canada has with other countries, regions or governing bodies. Technical Agreement for the Recognition of Airworthiness and Environmental Authorization of Civil Aviation Products under the Bilateral Agreement to Promote Aviation Safety between Canada Civil Aviation and the Israel Civil Aviation Administration 4.3.

The Parties may request the assistance of the civil aviation authority of a third country in the performance of its supervisory and surveillance tasks if an authorisation of a Party has been granted or renewed by a formal agreement or understanding with that third country. Agreement between Canada and the European Union on Civil Aviation Safety A similar agreement was signed in 2000 between Canada and the United States and has had a positive impact on the Canadian civil aviation industry, leading to greater harmonization of safety requirements. . . .

Did you like this? Share it!