Tcca Bilateral Agreements
A bilateral aviation safety agreement (BASA) is an agreement that provides for the sharing of civil aviation certificates between two countries.  CONSIDERING that each Party has established, through a long practice of technical exchanges and bilateral agreements between Canada and the members of the European Community (EC), that the standards and systems of the other Party for the certification of airworthiness and environmental protection or the recognition of civil aviation products are sufficiently equivalent to their own standards and systems, To make an agreement feasible, consult Canada`s agreements and understandings with other countries, regions or governing bodies. Technical Agreement on the Recognition of Airworthiness and Environmental Licensing of Civil Aviation Products under the Bilateral Agreement on the Promotion of Aviation Safety between Transport Canada Civil Aviation and the Civil Aviation Authority of Israel IN RECOGNITION of the Parties` respective obligations under bilateral, regional and multilateral agreements on civil aviation safety and environmental sustainability, The training covers: the process by which EASA manages its obligations related to bilateral regulatory agreements with the FAA and TCCA 3.2.3. Subject to paragraph 3.2.5, the importing Party shall specify any special conditions to be applied or applied to new or unusual characteristics that are not covered by the applicable airworthiness and environmental standards. 18.104.22.168. For a second-hand aircraft for which the importing Party has issued a design authorization, the exporting Party shall issue, through its competent authority for the supervision of the certificate of airworthiness of that aircraft, a certificate of export airworthiness stating that the aircraft: 1.1. This procedure (hereinafter referred to as the “Procedure”) applies to: Procedures for the implementation of maintenance measures under the Agreement to Promote Aviation Safety between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Canada The Parties agree that, for the purposes of this procedure, compliance with the applicable maintenance legislation of a Party and the maintenance legislation of a Party set out in Annex B1 of the present procedure. regulatory requirements for compliance with the applicable legislation of the other Party. Airworthiness implementation procedures, which include design approval, production activities, export airworthiness permit, post-type approval activities and technical assistance under the Agreement between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Canada to Promote Aviation Safety 2 days – Each training day begins at 9:00 a.m.
.m and ends at 5:00 p.m. .m. appropriate refreshment breaks. To register for this training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +359 28210806 the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) currently manages ABA at the FAA, Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA), the National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil (ANAC) and the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). . Memorandum of Understanding on Airworthiness between the Interstate Aviation Committee, on behalf of the Member States of the Commonwealth of Independent States and the Republic of Georgia, and Transport Canada Aviation, Department of Transport, on behalf of Canada 6.1. The Parties shall provide each other with technical assistance upon request, where appropriate through their competent authorities. The first is that we are professional and attentive to our customers. Please visit our download section as an example of how we interact with our customers. 5.2. The authorization granted by the competent authority of a Party in accordance with paragraph 5.1 shall be notified to the other Party and shall constitute an authorization valid for the other Party without further measures. 6.1.
Each Party shall notify the other Party of serious breaches of applicable law or of the conditions set out in this procedure that affect the ability of an organization approved by that other Party to perform maintenance operations in accordance with the conditions of this procedure. After such notification, the other Party shall carry out the necessary investigations and report to the notifying Party on all measures taken within 15 working days. 6.2. Types of support may include, but are not limited to, but are not limited to: RECOGNISING the emerging trend towards multinational development, production and exchange of civil aviation products, RECOGNISING the mutual benefit of improving procedures for the mutual recognition of airworthiness permits, environmental assessments and developing mutual procedures for authorisation recognition and monitoring of full-flight simulators; Aircraft maintenance facilities, aeronautical training facilities and certification and approval of maintenance personnel and persons involved in aircraft maintenance and flight operations, Technical Agreement for the Validation of Traffic Canada Design Approvals by the Federal Air Transport Agency (Russian Federation) We provide this information as a public service. We do not guarantee accuracy or timeliness. It was transcribed from its original signed source, which is the predominant document. c) Understand a detailed knowledge of the regulatory environment that underpins the bilateral agreement process. The Parties agree that, for the purposes of this procedure, the Parties` respective standards for the approval of maintenance personnel shall be considered equivalent.
. The FAA has had a BASA with TCCA since June 12, 2000.  This particular BASA has a notice period of sixty days in Article 5.  Working Arrangement between the Civil Aviation Directorate of the Department of Transport Canada and the Civil Aviation Authority of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to promote aviation safety 5.3. The recognition of a certificate of approval referred to in paragraph 5.2 shall apply to the maintenance facility of its main establishment and other sites, as specified in the relevant manual and under the supervision of a competent authority. 3.5.2. With respect to civil aviation products designed or manufactured under its jurisdiction, the exporting Party shall take all appropriate measures necessary to correct any hazardous design conditions that may be detected after the entry into service of an aeronautical good, including all measures relating to components manufactured by a supplier on behalf of a prime contractor in the area under the Jurisdiction of the Party. exporter is designed and/or manufactured. .
3.1.2. For the purpose of carrying out this procedure, the Parties agree that the evidence of the ability of a design organization to carry out its responsibilities shall be sufficiently controlled by each Party to take into account any difference in the specific requirements of the other Party. d) Understand the process for developing the FAA Supplement for the ERC The CMT oversees and manages collaborative efforts to enable the development and implementation of common regulatory and policy solutions to certification issues and to support greater harmonization. DESIRING to promote aviation safety and the quality of the environment, DESIRING to strengthen cooperation and efficiency in civil aviation safety. 22.214.171.124. The Parties shall also accept certificates of airworthiness from the other Contracting Party for second-hand aircraft manufactured and/or assembled in a third country if the conditions of paragraph 126.96.36.199(a) to (d) are met. . IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned, being duly authorized by their respective Governments, have signed this Agreement. 3.5.4. Each Party shall inform the other Party of any binding airworthiness directive or other measure it deems necessary to maintain the airworthiness of civil aviation products designed or manufactured under the jurisdiction of a Party and covered by this Agreement.
. RECOGNISING the mutual benefit of improving procedures for the mutual recognition of permits and testing related to airworthiness, environmental protection, aircraft maintenance facilities and continuing airworthiness, in May 2016, CMT signed its collaborative strategy. Below is CMT`s letter to the aviation community as well as the signed CMT Collaborative Strategy document. 2.1.1. A joint sectoral certification committee is hereby established. This committee shall be composed of representatives of each Party responsible at the management level: 5.1.1. The exporting Party shall issue export airworthiness permits for civil aeronautical products exported to the importing Party under the conditions set out in paragraphs 5.2 and 5.3. What is the benefit of this training – What will I learn? 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 Organization from carrying out maintenance work on civil aviation products under its supervision. . .