Questions tagged [easa-regulations]

EASA maintains the aviation laws for most of Europe. It contain rules pertaining to everything aviation-related: pilots, aircraft, maintenance, flight training, airlines and other commercial operations, the marking of obstacles and buildings, etc.

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Why do GA pilots in Europe operate N-reg (US) aircraft?

When I read articles or blogs online about GA flying in Europe I get the impression that it's not unusual for European GA pilots to have FAA licenses and fly N (US) registered aircraft. I've never ...
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Do I have any authority over airspace above my land?

With all this talk about drones flying around and delivering parcels for the merchant websites, I'm wondering from a "landlubber's" perspective, how much say I have over the airspace of my private ...
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What system is there in the UK to prevent collisions between small aircraft?

I met someone the other day who owns a small plane and he was going to fly from Cambridge to the Isle of Wight. I asked him whether he had to file a flight plan and he said no. Just wondering ...
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Can small children be seated away from their parents/guardians on a flight? [closed]

I am interested if there is any law or regulation which prohibits carriers from seating children in a seat not adjacent to their parent/guardian? I am flying with a group of 17, which includes 2 ...
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What is the difference between CAMO and CAME?

Could someone explain the difference between a Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition CAME and a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization CAMO?
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Where Can I Find the Master Minimum Equipment List for the A320 Series (UK / EUR)?

I'm currently trying to locate the Master Minimum equipment list for an Airbus 321. I have the FAA (US) version of this document, but I'd like a copy of the UK or EUR version if possible. The Master ...
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What repairs or modifications can be done without approval/certification?

I realize that this is likely to depend on jurisdiction (EASA or FAA would interest me the most in that case), but is there any common-sense kind of line that you don't cross until you've at least ...
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Are there any EU/EASA regulations surrounding aviation software?

A great question's been asked: Is there any U.S. / FAA regulation that could apply for aviation software? This is interesting to me as a programmer and aviation enthusiast, but being based in the UK, ...
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Can a modified aircraft be imported and certified in the US?

Aircraft can be brought into the US and be made airworthy by FAA standards. What about aircraft legally modified in other countries? For example, there is a new STC to put a Rotax 912 into Cessna ...
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Is there a limit of how close a runway can be to the water?

Somtimes planes can either come up short or overrun a runway, ending up in the water. Is there some limit for how close a runway can be to the water? Does it factor into the runway safety area that ...
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Are you allowed to do your entire PPL on a medium-sized jet aircraft from day one?

I'm wondering if say, hypothetically, I had a friend who had a large aircraft (e.g. Learjet), could I do my PPL hours on it from day one, or is there anything stopping this?
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What should I do to become a pilot for skydivers, in France?

What are the steps needed to become a pilot that can transport skydivers? I'm more specifically interested in the situation in Europe, France. I would expect lessons / certifications, then more ...
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Are multi-crew operations in a single-pilot aircraft counted towards ATPL requirements?

I thought that you had to perform all your ATPL multi-crew time in aircraft with a certificated minimum of 2 crew, but I've heard of some pilots using time in single-pilot aircraft towards their EASA ...
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Which airplanes are exempt from Europe's 2015 CPDLC (Link 2000+) requirement?

In February 2015, all flights above FL285 in EU airspace are required to have CPDLC/Link 2000+. However, I have been told by an avionics provider that some aircraft types are exempt from the ...
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How many type ratings are pilots allowed to hold at once?

I think i've read that the B787 has a common type rating with the B767 and B777. But I also think I've read that pilots are only allowed to fly two types of aircraft at a time... So when they go to ...
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What is the speed limit in European airspace?

In Did this aircraft illegally exceed 250kts below 10,000ft? it was mentioned that unlike here in the US, EASA does not have a 250 kt. speed limit below 10,000 ft. So does this mean that are we ...
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Did this aircraft illegally exceed 250kts below 10,000ft?

As far as my knowledge goes: There is a 250 kt speed limit under the altitude of 10.000 feet. This screenshot seem to show an aircraft below 10.000 feet and traveling at 285 kts at the time i captured ...
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What are the requirements for a 'complex' airplane?

Requirements for 'complex' airplane seem to vary between regulators and between pilots, so let's have this settled once and for all. What is the definition of a 'complex' airplane as defined by FAA ...
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Is someone holding an EASA PPL (A) allowed to operate a “November” registered aircraft in Europe?

Is someone who holds a current EASA PPL(A) allowed to operate an FAA "November" registered aircraft in Europe? Of course I'm talking about a type of aircraft and of operation he or she would be ...
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Is it ok to use an iPad (or similar consumer hardware) and electronic charts for GA in Europe?

I'm wondering if it is it ok to use a consumer tablet and electronic charts (e.g. within the AirNav Pro app) instead of the paper version for recreational VFR single-piston flights? Edit: to clarify,...
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What additional aircraft equipment is required to fly a US registered airplane in Europe?

If I want to take an airplane to Europe, what additional aircraft equipment is required beyond the US requirements? For instance, I know that we need 8.33Khz spacing radios, what else is there? Also,...
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What is the EASA definition of night time?

EASA requires pilots to log separately night time and night landings in the personal logbook. Now, I'm not sure in which period of time a landing is a night landing and flight time is night flight ...
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I have a European EASA license - what do I need to do to be allowed to fly in the US?

I own a PPL(A) license following JAR-FCL. Recently, this license has been exchanged for a European EASA license. My training was on a motor glider (TMG), I do not have ratings for SEP, but TMG and ...
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What are the different steps to certify a new aircraft in Europe?

I know that to be allowed to fly an aircraft has to be certified by an agency and that this one is not the same for European or American (for instance) aircraft. What are the different steps that an ...
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How do I renew/revalidate my lapsed JAR PPL?

I obtained a JAR PPL in 2003 and flew regularly for a few years afterwards. My last flight as Pilot in Command was around 2006 and as I have not kept up the required number of hours per year since ...
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What are the requirements to convert an FAA certificate to EASA/JAA?

If a pilot holding a US certificate wanted to convert it to an equivalent EASA (JAA?) certificate, what training, flight experience, and exams are necessary to obtain equivalency? Does the process ...

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