Important information for EASA Part-145 organisations located in the USA
30/08/2021: Reminder on Maintenance release of non-EU registered aircraft (and other aircraft not covered by the Basic regulation) - this policy is applicable to all holders of an EASA Part-145 approvals issued by EASA, MS NAAs or issued under BASA agreements (also refer to EASA FAQ n.46215)
Important update: publication of MAG Change 8
MAG Change 8 has been published with an entry into force on 19 March 2021.
Acceptable Parts Documentation
Following an industry request, EASA published an FAQ with reference table on acceptable parts documentation listed in the various Bilateral Agreements between the European Union and its Bilateral partners.
EASA Part-145 organisations located in the United States are subject to the Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement (BASA) and Maintenance Annex Guidance (MAG).
The Part-145 - US organisation working procedures are available for download under:
- EASA MIP Guidance (MIP-G) for US approved organisations subject to the BASA/MIP agreement (until 01 May 2011)
- EASA-FAA (MAG) for US approved organisations subject to Agreement between the United States of America and the European Community on cooperation in the regulation of civil aviation safety, see below 'MAG Change 8'
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What parts of the EASA Form 9 needs to be completed during an Amendment for a name change?
The FSDO will complete Part 1 and Part 4 of EASA Form 9 for an Amendment due to a name or address change. This requirement will be reflected in the next revision to the MAG Section B III.
Contacts for Part-145 Approvals located in the USA Inquiries relating to the Agency's Continuing Airworthiness Organisation Approvals should be addressed to:
- foreign145 [at] easa.europa.eu (Technical issues),
- query.feesandcharges [at] easa.europa.eu (Fees & Charges issues)
- finance.helpdesk [at] easa.europa.eu (Invoice issues)