European Aviation Safety Agency

The European Aviation Safety Agency

What is the role of EASA ?

EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) is a European agency whom’s main concern, your safety and security while protecting the environment within the air transport field in Europe. Created in 2002, its head office located in cologne is currently managed by Patrick Ky.

With more than four hundred agents from all over the world.

The European Aviation Safety Agency is the centerpiece of the European Union strategy for aviation safety. Its mission to promote the highest common standards of safety and environmental protection in civil aviation. The Agency develops common safety and environmental rules at the European level.

Its main objective :

  • To elaborate new regulations in aviation.
  • To harmonize the regulations between European countries.
  • To promote the development of the unique market for air transport in the European Union.
  • To facilitate and ease the free flow of goods, persons and services.
  • To issue aircraft certifications and their components.
  • To provide approbations to ensure the companies to manufacture and maintenance of aeronautic products.
  • To collaborate with the international operators to improve the safety level in Europe

EASA provides regulations and certifications to European civil aviation authorities, airlines, European aircraft manufacturers and designers, maintenance companies, private and professional pilots, certified training institutions and organizations, air traffic controllers, monitors, air navigation services and finally airports.

The European agency covers all civil aircraft types. From jet planes medium and large capacity, turbo-prop planes, light sports aircraft engines such as gliders and drones to helicopters…

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