EASA Supplement—Revision 3
September 21, 2016
The model EASA supplement is designed for U.S.-based, FAA-certificated repair stations who wish to work on EU-registered aircraft (civil aeronautical components under the regulatory control of EASA) and plan to apply for EASA part 145 approval. It includes a repair station manual supplement and the required forms and instructions.
This model EASA supplement is designed to integrate with the model repair station quality manual and is revised in accordance with the latest revision of the EU/U.S. Aviation Safety Agreement and the EASA-FAA Maintenance Annex Guidance (MAG). This supplement addresses the differences between 14 CFR part 145 and EASA part 145 (referred to as “special conditions”) so that FAA-certificated part 145 repair stations may use it, in conjunction with their current repair station quality manual, as a basis for EASA approval.
Price: ARSA members $300.00; non-members $600.00
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