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Steve Bentley CEO of Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) www.sassofia.com explains the role of the training material presented by SAS & SOL (Sofema Online) and considers the obligations of the receiving organisation 

Introduction

Sofema Aviation Services was founded back in 2008 – currently, we provide over 550 Classroom & Webinar Courses and over 220 Online courses through our sister site www.sofemaonline.com

Since the beginning of Jan 2020, we have had over 17500 enrollments in our regulatory training.

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Overview by Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com

Concerning

Safety Management Systems in Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations and Alleviations for general aviation aircraft concerning maintenance and continuing airworthiness management

Authors Note

          » This was laying the foundation for the Introduction of

o   Part ML for aircraft below 2730 Kg

o   Part CAMO – To Replace Part M Subpart G & Introduce SMS & Management System (Opinion No 05/2016)

o   Part CAO – To Replace Part M Subpart F and introduce CAW management as an option

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Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) www.sassofia.com Considers the practical issues associated with the requirement for regulatory compliance for Drone “OPS”

General Introduction

      » Non-Certified Drones do not require Registration
      » Owner / Operator must be registered with NAA of EU Country (Single Registration – Will require Renewal)

o   Once registered, you receive a ‘drone operator registration number’ To be displayed on all the drones including those privately built. You must also upload it into the ‘Drone’s remote identification system’.

o   The unique registration number is valid in all other EASA Member States

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Considering Changes introduced by COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2019/1383 of 8 July 2019 amending and correcting Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 as regards safety management systems in continuing airworthiness management organizations and alleviation's for general aviation aircraft concerning maintenance and continuing airworthiness management.

Sofema Aviation Services considers the new regulation

Subjects Covered

Related to Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 & the introduction of simplified Continuous Airworthiness (CAW) requirements corresponding to the lower risks associated with light aircraft in general aviation, which is not listed in the air operator certificate of an air carrier.

Related to Aircraft Maintenance Programmes (AMP) airworthiness reviews and deferment of defects.

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Sofema Aviation Services considers the new regulation

Subjects Covered

a) Aircraft listed on an air operator certificate (AOC) for non-commercial operations and specialized operations

Introduces new rules to allow the change of use of the aircraft from CAT operations to non-commercial operations or specialized operations.

Flexible to enable the use of the same aircraft by operators performing non-commercial operations or specialised operations, without removing the aircraft from the air operator certificate (‘AOC’).

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Sofema Aviation Services www.sassofia.com  & www.sofemaonline.com looks at the bigger picture driven by the recent changes to the EASA Basic Regulation 1139/2018.

Introduction

On 11th September this year entered in force the new EASA Basic Regulation No 1139/2018 which repeals existing Regulation (EU) 216/2008.

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) welcomes the adoption by the Council of the European Union of updated aviation safety rules for Europe which include a new mandate for EASA.

The so-called new Basic Regulation formalises EASA’s role in the domain of drones and urban air mobility, enabling the Agency to prepare rules for all sizes of civil drones and harmonize standards for the commercial market across Europe.

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