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What documents are issued by ICAO? supplementary

1. Annexes
2. PANs
3. Doc 7030 - Regional supplementary procedures
4. Doc 4444

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What is EU Regulation 2015/340?

ATCO Licensing

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What is EU Regulation 923/2012?

Standardised European Rules of the Air (SERA)

4

What is the difference between hard law and soft law?

Hard law is regulations and binding rules.

Soft law is non-binding

5

What is a Regulation?

A binding rule that applies across the EU. It must be done!

6

What is a directive?

A goal which all countries much achieve but they can devise its own law/way of doing things.

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What is a decision?

A rule binding only to those it is addresses to.

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What is a recommendation?

A non-binding rule which allows views to be known and suggest a line of action.

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What is an opinion?

A non-binding statement.

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How many levels of regulatory material do EASA have and what are they?

3 levels.
1. Basic Regulation (216/2008)
2. Implementing rules
3. Soft law

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What are basic regulations?

Regulations binding in all elements which have been adopted by the European Parliament.

12

Who adopts implementing rules?

The European Commission

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What are the 3 types of soft law?

1. Certification Specifications (CS)
2. Acceptable means of compliance (AMC)
3. Guidance material (GM)

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What is AMC?

Acceptable means of compliance.

Non-binding - illustrate the means to establish compliance.

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What is AltMoC?

Alternative Means of Compliance.

Ways to adhere to the rules but with own interpretation. Must demonstrate compliance with the law.

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What does Guidance Material do?

Explain the intended purpose of the Regulation and propose examples of good practice.

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What is a Derogation?

Allows authority to refrain from adopting certain regulations whilst seeking AMC.

These are time limited.

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What is The highest form of EU law?

Commission Regulations (CR)

Examples SERA and ATCO Licensing