FAQ n.19396

What is the EASA responsible for?

Answer

As described above, EASA is normally responsible for the approval of the flight conditions on the basis of which a permit to fly can be issued by the Competent Authority.

The Agency approves the Flight Conditions in cases related to the safety of the design, defined as follows:

  1. the aircraft does not conform to an approved design; or
  2. an Airworthiness Limitation, a Certification Maintenance Requirement or an Airworthiness Directive has not been complied with; or
  3. the intended flight(s) are outside the approved envelope.
Last updated: 
03/12/2013

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