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Brexit Information for Members

As Brexit approaches, BACA tries to help keep members appraised of the latest information available to the industry, for reference. We hope that by considering all of the information it may help in your planning for the impact of Brexit on your business, whether you are a UK-based company or one of our global members.

EASA has started the process of Third Country approvals for UK approval holders. To date, this covers the following areas:-

– Production
– Maintenance
– Training
– CAMO
– Flight Simulators
– ATO
– Aeromedical

It does NOT yet include AOC holders.
Full details are available at https://www.easa.europa.eu/brexit

Please also find below details already shared to our members a few weeks ago:-

The first document is prepared by the European Business Aviation Association (http://www.ebaa.org), in conjunction with Clyde & Co aviation lawyers. Download document here.

The UK Civil Aviation Authority is providing information to UK AOC holders and others on their website: http://www.caa.co.uk/Our-work/About-us/EU-exit/

https://ec.europa.eu/transport/sites/transport/files/legislation/brexit-notice-to-stakeholders-air-transport.pdf

https://ec.europa.eu/transport/sites/transport/files/legislation/brexit-notice-to-stakeholders-aviation-maritime-security.pdf

If members have any information they feel may be beneficial for members to know, we would be pleased to hear from you. Please contact us at admin@baca.aero

NB: the information, opinions and views set out in the above and attached links and documents are those of the authors, with whom respomsibility of those articles lie and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of BACA – The Air Charter Association Ltd.

Posted 8th October 2018