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What is the purpose of the ICAO

To harmonise international standards in aviation both nationally and internationally

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What does ICAO STAND FOR

International civil aviation authority

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When and where was the ICAO created

Chicago convention in dec 1944 fully ratified 4th of April 1947

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What are SARPS

Standards and recommended practices, which individual states reference when developing their legally enforceable national civil aviation

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How does the ICAO ensure that it’s regulations are complied with by its members

All icao member countries must comply with these regulations as a condition of joining the icao

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What document lays down the law of the land with respect to civil aviation in the United Kingdom

Civil aviation act 1949 and the Air navigation order

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What’s expands on the article in the United Kingdom’s Air Navigation Order

Schedules

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Who must comply with the uks Air navigation order

All uk based orgs and foreign aircraft operating in the uk

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What does BCARS stand for

British civil airworthiness requirements

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What can be found in set B of bcars?

Airworthiness procedures where the car do not have primary responsibilities for the type approval of foreign aircraft and equipment

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What is contained in the CAP 747

Mandatory requirement for airworthiness and the airworthiness directives for non easy AC

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Who created ECAC

European council with help of icao

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What are the strategic priorities of ECAC

Safety, security and the environment

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What were the joint aviation requirements based on?

FAA Regulations

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What were the membership categories for the JAA and what were differences between them?

Candidate and full, both have access to meetings but only the full members have voting rights

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What does EASA stand for

EUROPEAN AVIATION SAFETY AGENCY

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How was EASA created?

Ratified under the 1592/2002 and fully established by European Union ( parliament and council) 2003. Replacing the JAA

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What is a competent authority?

A country’s national aviation authority with the right to issue authorisations on behalf of EASA

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Which EASA document deals with the management of the continuing airworthiness of aircraft?

The implementing rule 1321 previously the 2042\2003 continuing airworthiness annex 1 part m

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Which EASA document is the regulation governing the airworthiness and certification of aircraft and products?

Commission regulation (eu)
748/2012 Aw 03082012
Part 21

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What EASA document details the standards for the design and manufacture of large aircraft?

Certification specification

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What would be found in EASA regulation SEC A?

The requirements a organisation or individual needs to comply with

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What information would be found in any EASA regulation SEC B

The procedures that the competent authority Naa follows to regulate approved organisation and individuals

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What information can be found in an EASA regulation supporting document GM?

Expands on acceptable means of compliance. Clarifies what the AMC is saying