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Ready for New EASA Rules for Non-Commercial Operations?

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Source: Aeropodium

Tuesday 15th September 2015

Crowne Plaza Geneva

Geneva, Switzerland

All you need to know to be ready for new EASA rules for non-commercial operations and be Part-NCC compliant.  This conference will focus on the operational and practical aspects of the regulation.

Joel Hencks, EASA Regulatory Expert, AeroEx.eu


- Capt. Russ Allchorne, Vice President Flight Operations, TAG Aviation Europe

- Marcus Brunninger, CEO, Bertelsmann Aviation

- Len Cormier, Safety Oversight Advisor, CAA Bermuda

- Thomas Gass, Senior Flight Inspector, Federal Office of Civil Aviation FOCA, Switzerland

- Cedric Gitchenko, Flight Operations Manager, ExecuJet

- Nancy Harmer, Director, Albachten Harmer

- Razvan Prunean, Manager Safety, Rulemaking and Operations, EBAA

- Philippe Renz, Attorney-at-law, Meyer Avocats


- EASA regulatory overview

- Legal aspects and current issues

- Part NCC implementation - Practical aspects 
Focus on organisational setup, manuals and documentation

- Part ORO implementation - Practical aspects
Focus on organisational setup

- Part ORO implementation - Practical aspects 
Focus on manuals and documentation

- SMS implementation - Practical aspects

- Third country registered aircraft based in Europe: Recognition of ICAO standards and oversight

- EBAA support for NCC operator

- The new regulation from the CAA perspective: Compliance process and oversight

See more http://aeropodium.com/geneva.html


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