EASA ANNOUNCE DELAY TO NPA 2014-27 EASA CONSULTANTS TO LIAISE WITH CAMOs AND 145 ORGs PRIOR TO NEW DEADLINE
The new deadline for this NPA is 15 April 2015.
As we have done for other NPAs in the past, we shall be writing up our own thoughts and contributions on this NPA and then inviting contributions from organisations and individuals who may be affected by this proposed regulatory change.
We shall be actively speaking with all those we are aware of who may be affected by this change however we are not able to follow all CAMOs and Part 145 maintenance organisations out there.
If you would like to assist us with our reply to this NPA then send an email to:
and we will get back in touch with you to discuss your ideas and concerns. We will then do our very best to ensure your concerns are reflected alongside our own then we reply on this to EASA.
If you wish to download and/or reply directly, the full details are available on the EASA website:
We look forward to hearing your contributions!
EASA Consultants has fully reviewed NPA 2014-28 which concerns Non-complex organisations under the aircrew regulation. We have posted a copy of the NPA which includes our comments, at the following link:
This NPA is available to comment only until 9 Feb 2015 so we encourage you all to review it and make comments or forward your comments and concerns to us by 6 Feb 2015 and we will do our best to incorporate your views when we respond.
You will find the new EASA NPAs on our downloads page. Please take a minute to review these.
Of special interest for those non-complex ATOs who have been nervously awaiting changes, there is NPA 2014-28 which deals specifically with the the simplification for these organisations.
There are another 7 NPA parts within NPA 2014 - 29 which cover all elements of the aircrew regulation - of special interest may be those NPAs that cover Learning Objectives and the Flight Examiner Manual.
Please feel free to look at our downloads page and download those that are applicable to you.
EASA Consultants will be taking the time to contact those of you in our contact base who may be particularly affected by this, and/or to invite specific comments to include within our own response.
If you have any questions regarding this please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have compiled a survey to establish the level of involvement our network wish to have. It closes on 03.10.2014 and can also be used by non-members who may be interested in joining our team:
EASA Consultants together with our member partner Kilian Zimmermann GbR are pleased to announce that comments from our round table process and discussions that have been going on throughout this summer related to the Basic Regulation (EC 216/2008) have now been submitted to EASA.
We are also in the final stages of preparation prior to submitting our response to NPA 2014-17 concerning Crew Resource Management. This is an important NPA because it highlights the requirements for pilot CRM instructors and also includes exacting requirements for single pilot CRM. Some of these issues we feel do not take into account the environments they are dealing with.
Our comment report to A-NPA 2014-12 has now been uploaded to the downloads page of this website and our comments to 2014-17 will be uploaded there in due course.
If you would like to make a comment on the CRM issues contained in NPA 2014-17, please feel free to get in touch with us or do so via the EASA documents page:
EASA have announced they are pushing back the deadline for comments responding to A-NPA 2014-12 concerning proposed changes to the Basic Regulation 216/2008. The deadline is now September 2014. At EASA-Consultants and our associated partners we intend to use this to ensure the concerns of as many of you as possible are taken into account. This means we will be able to speak to more of you about your thoughts, organize more round-table meetings where everyone can present their views and also author more detailed and robust responses which will be submitted to EASA.
What all this means is that our summer schedule will need to be adjusted reflecting the greater number of round-table meetings, and where possible a postponement of some of our planned training sessions.
This process will be completed this week (week commencing 7 July 2014), and updated information will be posted and shared on Facebook and Twitter. We will aim that any rescheduling we have to do because of this will be planned to avoid inconvenience to anyone .... therefore, if you are booked onto a course between now and September, we will be in touch to re-schedule at a da
OUR ROUND-TABLE MEETING AT COVENTRY ON 11th JULY 2014 WILL BE GOING AHEAD AS PLANNED