Stand Number: Hall A5, A5-300
Meet us at AERO 2018
As we are moving towards implementation, EASA is proud to present to you the progress towards lighter, simpler and better rules – the GA Roadmap. To learn more, come and visit us at our EASA stand at AERO in Friedrichshafen, where you will find us in Hall A5 at stand A5-300 and where you can meet EASA and NAA experts ready to answer your questions.
Please also join us at our events
Wednesday, 18 April 2018
Combined FCL/OPS session – Declared Training Organisations / Sailplanes and balloons Rulebook
Room London, from 14:00 to 15:00
Join this meeting to hear about the implementation of the new Declared Training Organisation, and the status of the new sailplanes and balloons rulebook.
EASA Happy Hour
EASA stand A5-300, as of 18:00
Meet our experts and other members of the flying community in Europe for a drink at our stand A5-300 as of 18:00.
Thursday, 19 April 2018
EASA press & stakeholder event, EASA GA Roadmap Lunchtime Update* - Moving towards implementation
Room Berlin (Conference Centre East), from 12:00 to 14:00
Join us at our lunchtime event where EASA Certification Director Trevor Woods and the EASA GA Roadmap team will guide you through the major achievements and progress of the GA Roadmap in many domains, such as pilot licensing, training organisations, operations, certification and others.
This 2018 edition of AERO will also provide us with the opportunity to present a number of new safety promotion and communication initiatives to you, such as the multi-language cartoon Sunny Swift on better GA piloting, the EU-wide campaign on avoiding airspace infringement, the GA community site, or the EASA Safety Conference.
*Some refreshments and snacks will be available. If you wish to participate at the GA Roadmap lunchtime update, please confirm your participation via email to events [at] easa.europa.eu.
Friday, 20 April 2018
Part-21 / T4S – Toward a “Light” Part 21? / What new technology can do to help us improve safety?
Room Berlin, from 14:00 to 15:30
Join this meeting to discover what could be the future requirements applicable to the design and production of light aircraft. The second part of the meeting will be dedicated to the presentation of T4S (Technology for Safety), an initiative launched recently by EASA.