Bilateral Agreement Anac

sistemas.anac.gov.br/certificacao/Acordos/AcordosPais.asp?PaisCodi=0096 BASA is a bilateral agreement in the field of aviation safety that facilitates the technical assessment process of two signatory states. For example, an importing country may avoid duplicate inspections by accepting inspections and certifications carried out by an exporting country. Note: This technical agreement was signed in 2005 and since then some provisions have been revised, making the model supplement in Annex A obsolete. We recommend that you use the following updated example. For more information on ANAC international certification, please contact us at the following e-mail address: foreign145@anac.gov.br bilateral agreements and understandings allow the airworthiness certification of civil aeronautical products between two countries. These agreements will ensure the continuity of agreements with the United States, Canada, Brazil and Japan when the United Kingdom leaves the European Union. For countries that do not have bilateral aircraft maintenance agreements with Brazil or technical agreements between civil aviation authorities, the certification procedure of the civil aviation authority of the country of origin of the AMO should be followed. In addition to airworthiness certification, BASAs, moUs and WAs provide for bilateral cooperation in other aviation sectors, including maintenance, flight operations and environmental certification. The MAG and the agreement are available on the following website: BASA also contains provisions on cooperation and technical assistance between the two signatory states. SENASA AND AIRPORT REGIONS COUNCIL SIGN TRAINING AGREEMENT ON “RELATIONS BETWEEN AIRPORTS AND TERRITORIES” SENASA GIVES A COURSE ON CNPIC INSPECTION SYSTEMS ON 16 On 27 September 2015, the Directorate of Certification Services of the Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil (ANAC), of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Civil Aviation of Canada (TCCA) has signed a charter establishing the Certification Management Team (CMT). The following rules will enter into force in the event of a no-deal withdrawal from the European Union. Further arrangements will be reached when the UK remains a member of the EASA system after its withdrawal. How do I get certified by a foreign maintenance organization in Brazil? (Canadian Maintenance Organization)? Japan (or the JCAB) has concluded SIMILAR AGREEMENTS OR ARRANGEMENTS WITH THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES (or authorities): The bilateral aviation safety agreement, signed in Brasilia on 14 July 2010, entered into force on 27 August 2013.

SENASA CLOSES INITIAL TRAINING OF 49 NEW AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS Text of the agreement, Technical Implementation Procedure (TIP) for airworthiness and environmental certification, list of common ANAC-TSO and ETSO standards and guidelines for maintenance annexes (MAG). . SENASA DONATES AIRCRAFT TO PREDIF TO PROMOTE GLIDING FOR PEOPLE WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES AESA OFFICIAL REVIEW: PilotAESA OFFICIAL EXAM: Aircraft Maintenance Technician Language Exam Through these activities, BASA reduces economic burdens for the aviation industry and aircraft operators. For aircraft certification and maintenance, additional implementation procedures will cover specific topics such as design clearance, production reception, export authorisation, post-design approval activities, technical cooperation and maintenance. . . .

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