Part 145 Foundation

Part 145 FoundationWhat is EASA Part 145? -  Quite simply it is an approval which lets organisations allow certain individuals to certify aircraft. (Lots of “ifs” “buts” and “providing” of course! but this is it in a nutshell.) The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is responsible for the regulations which govern the maintenance performed on aircraft which are used for Commercial Air Transport throughout the European Community. 

Part 145 approval is issued within Europe by the Civil Aviation Authority of each member state (we call the CAA the Competent Authority (CA)
So the approval which organisations obtain to perform maintenance on Commercial Air Transport (CAT) is called EASA Part 145 approval.
Once issued a 145 approval does not expire so it is important that it is managed safely and correctly. The Accountable Manager is responsible for this compliance.
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Abbreviations & Terms
Regulatory Structure
Continuous Airworthiness - The Role of Part 145
Contract & Subcontract Management
Managing Competencies in a Part 145
Section A Technical Requirements

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Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to half day classroom training
Category: Foundation Series / Part 145
Price: 52.50 USD


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