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In the definition of ‘commercial operation’ published in Art. 2 of Regulation (EU) 965/2012 (introduced by the amending Reg. (EU) 2018/1975), what is the meaning of the term “control”?

Would there be a restriction that requires baby bassinets to be removed and stowed during in-flight turbulent weather conditions? Where is it documented?

What are the essential requirements?


What do 'grandfathering', 'transition measure' and 'opt-out' mean?

What is the difference between 'entry into force' and 'date of applicability' in the Cover Regulations?

When will the new rules on air operations be applicable?

What is the comitology procedure?

Why can't I find EU-OPS on the EASA website?

What is the status of 'Implementing Rules', 'Acceptable Means of Compliance' (AMC), ‘Certification Specifications’ (CS), Alternative Means of Compliance (AltMOC), 'Guidance Material' (GM), ‘Special Conditions’ and 'Frequently Asked Questions'(FAQ)?

Does Reg. (EU) No 965/2012 on air operations also apply to non-commercial operations?

I am not familiar with the Air ops rules’ structure. Which parts apply to which operators?

How can I find out where a rule from EU-OPS / JAR-OPS 3 has been transposed in the new Regulation (EU) 965/2012 on Air Operations and its amendments, as well as its associated EASA Decisions, and if any changes have been introduced?

Which operational requirements (EU/EASA Parts) apply to flight activities carried out by an aircraft designer or aircraft manufacturer?

Where can I find a list of alternative means of compliance that have been adopted by operators and NAAs in the EU?