The EU-ROK Aviation Partnership Project (APP) starts on 20 December 2021 following the signature of the Letter of Intent (LoI) between EASA and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of the Republic of Korea (MOLIT). The project forms part of an EU-funded programme, running until 31 March 2024, which aims at enhancing the partnership between the EU and North Asian countries in the domain of civil aviation.
Managed by EASA together with MOLIT, the project will work in close cooperation with European industry, EU level organisations and EU National Aviation Authorities to exchange aviation expertise and to update on the latest aviation trends and technologies.
The Cooperation will comprise various domains of aviation safety with the following main objectives:
- Strengthen institutional relations, deepen dialogue and cooperation between aviation authorities, encourage regional cooperation and support implementation of aviation agreements;
- Increase mutual awareness of aviation safety best practices, promote EU standards, raise environmental protection efforts and encourage climate action; and
- Facilitate access for EU industry to a growing market.
The FPI (the European Commission’s Service for Foreign Policy Instruments) has tasked EASA through a new Contribution Agreement to set-up aviation partnership projects to strengthen cooperation with North Asia partner countries. The overall programme budget is €7,000,000.
The Republic of Korea (ROK) has a fast-growing aviation sector and is an important economic partner for the EU.
Technical Cooperation Project Details
Project Manager: frederic.chambon [at] easa.europa.eu
Operational Manager: ante.lazeta [at] easa.europa.eu
Project Assistant: sorana-monica.ciovica [at] easa.europa.eu