Mutual recognition of certificates
Certificates foreseen by the Basic Regulation and its implementing rules issued by EASA, EASA Member States and organisations approved by EASA or EASA Member States, benefit from mutual recognition in accordance with Article 11.1 of the Basic Regulation.
Please be aware that the fact that a certificate has the same or a similar format to those certificates foreseen by the Basic Regulation and its implementing rules does not necessarily mean that that certificate is subject to mutual recognition, as it may have been issued by a State which is not an EASA Member State, or an organisation which was not approved by EASA or an EASA Member State. When in doubt about whether a certificate is subject to mutual recognition or not, please contact your national aviation authority or EASA.
JAR 66 Licenses
EASA has been requested to publish the list of JAA Member States that successfully completed the JAR 66 Review Board process. The letters issued by the JAA recommending the JAR 66 mutual recognition are now in the historical archive that the Central JAA has transferred to EASA.
Working arrangements on transfer of certain Standardisation co-ordination activities from JAA to EASA
The EASA and the JAA have concluded two working arrangement to establish responsibilities, criteria, timing and methods, including transition measures, for the transfer of certain JAA standardisation activities to EASA:
- Standardisation activities in the fields of MOA, MTOA, DOA, POA and PCA (03/11/2004)
EASA-JAA Standardisation Working Arrangement (2004)
- Standardisation activities in the fields of OPS, FCL and STD (April 2007)
EASA-JAA Standardisation Working Arrangement (2007)