What actions has EASA taken concerning design certificates and design organisation approvals?
Do the Sanctions Regulations supersede the continued airworthiness obligations of the EU type certificate holders (TCHs) stemming from Regulation (EU) No 748/2012, hence the continued airworthiness (CAW) support to Russian operators and owners should be stopped?
Does the definition of “technical assistance” cover the provision of safety-related information?
Am I allowed to send any type of technical information, including safety information related to the design, to my customer in Russia, or maintain my Russian customer’s access to my dedicated IT system for such information (e.g. service bulletins, manuals)?
Are EU organisations permitted to answer questions received from FATA about on-going validation of modifications?
Will EASA issue flight condition to Russian products issued with an EASA type certificate?
Can a holder of a design organisation approval (DOA) apply to EASA for a supplemental type certificate (STC) or other design approval (e.g. minor change) for a product, part or non-installed equipment, that is to be installed on an aircraft operated by a Russian operator?
Can a holder of a design organisation approval (DOA) issue design approvals under its privileges, that is to be used on an aircraft operated by a Russian operator?
EASA suspended aircraft type certificates issued to organisations in Russia. Can the individual aircraft of these types registered in EU Member States continue to be operated by EU operators?
Will EASA continue to monitor, and eventually adopt FATA Airworthiness Directives for Russian types whose type certificate was suspended by EASA?
Will ADs issued by EASA to Russian types that were recently suspended remain valid?
My organisation is holder of a type certificate issued by EASA and a Russian operator of my product reported an occurrence to us. Are we allowed to have an exchange with the Russian operator to investigate the reported occurrence?