EASA-Kazakhstan Cooperation and Provision of Information Services Project

The provision of information services to the Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan (AAK) started in 2024, following the signature of the contract between the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the AAK on 19 December 2023. The objective of the contract is to implement the ‘Tripartite Arrangement’ on the provision of information services in the sphere of civil aviation, signed between the AAK, the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) and EASA, which entered into force on 22 December 2022.

The arrangement is to improve the standards and procedures for the safety of air transport in Kazakhstan in accordance with international and European Union standards in the field of civil aviation, as well as to improve the efficiency of regulation in the field of civil aviation safety, based on the model of EASA.

The contract is managed by EASA together with the AAK and in close cooperation with the IAA.

The provision of services by EASA falls under the Fees and Charges Regulation (Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/2153) and covers areas of organisational, legal, and technical domains.

This is the first of its kind international/fees and charges project developed by EASA.