Tag: EASA

dnata joins ground handlers in applauding EASA’s proposal for EU-wide regulation

dnata joins ground handlers in applauding EASA’s proposal for EU-wide regulation

dnata has welcomed the European Union Aviation Safety Agency's recent proposal to regulate ground handling across all EU airports. Upon implementation, EASA’s regulation will establish a more standardised environment, which will help enhance safety, operational delivery, cybersecurity and cons...

Ground handlers welcome EASA's proposed regulations

Ground handlers welcome EASA’s proposed regulations

This week, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) announced regulatory proposals for ground handling operations at EU airports - a move that ground handlers have praised with "excitement". For some time ground handlers and service providers have called on EASA to introduce regulations i...

EASA proposes first EU-wide ground handling regulation

EASA proposes first EU-wide ground handling regulation

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published the first-ever proposal to regulate ground handling across EU airports in a move to increase the safety, cybersecurity and consistency of all the actions that happen on the ground before and after a flight. The proposed regulation wou...

NAS partners with Global Jet Technic

National Aviation Services (NAS), the fastest growing aviation services provider in emerging markets, will now provide best-in-class line maintenance services to airlines at the two international airports in Dubai and Sharjah. Through a partnership agreement with Global Jet Technic (GJT), one of...

Flight Safety Foundation, Partners Target Runway Excursion Prevention

Flight Safety Foundation, Partners Target Runway Excursion Prevention

Runway excursions are the most frequent type of accident in aviation and regularly are identified as one of the most serious risks for large and small aircraft. Because of the complexity of the risk factors, preventing runway excursions requires coordination and commitment among numerous stakeholder...

Remote digital towers will enhance air traffic management, say Frequentis

Communication and information company Frequentis has said it expects remote towers to change the way all airports monitor and manage air traffic control. Remotely-operated digital towers, which are being put in place in airports around the globe, can be used as a contingency measure or as a supp...

Dublin Airport announces safety check partnership with Irish startup

Dublin Airport has announced a collaboration with tech start-up company Cute Machines on a new product, the Lux-O-Meter, which speeds up aircraft safety checks. The device, developed through a hackathon at Dublin City University, is able to quickly and accurately measure light levels, reducing a...

DAE obtains EASA approval for 787

Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) Ltd. announced today that its Jordan-based engineering division Joramco has successfully obtained EASA Part 145 approval for the Boeing 787 aircraft type. The approval comes after Joramco obtained similar approval for this type from the Jordanian Civil Aviation Au...

EU rules ensures air crew mentally fit to fly

Today, the European Union published new safety rules on air operations, including new provisions to better support the mental fitness of air crew. The Regulation includes the following safety measures: Support programme: all pilots working for European airlines will have access to a support ...

EASA updates safety rules for Europe

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has welcomed the adoption by the Council of the European Union of updated aviation safety rules for Europe which include a new mandate for EASA. This new mandate consolidates EASA’s scope to cover the full spectrum of the aviation landscape and reinfor...

FAA and EASA to co-host safety conference

Source: eTurboNews. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) are to co-host the 17th annual International Safety conference on June 19-21 2018 in Washington D.C. Over three days, attendees will gather to learn from speakers across plenaries, panel dis...

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