EASA will start to process some applications for Third Country approvals from existing UK approval holders

 

The EBAA is following the latest developments in the BREXIT file to make sure we inform you as early as possible. In the ongoing process of preparing for the UK withdrawal from the Union, the EU institutions have been actively engaged in identifying and putting in place possible preparedness measures in anticipation of that event.

In this context the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) will start to process some applications for Third Country approvals from existing UK approval holders this will be very important for companies with operations in the UK.

Please find the update published by EASA below

 

Update EASA

 

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Update Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)

 

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