EASA has recently published Opinion No. 02/2022 as an Update of Commission Regulation (EU) No 452/2014 (Third-Country Operator (TCO) Regulation.
The objective is to foster an approach based on risks in the process of authorization of third-country operators, to improve the efficiency of EASA as the authority that implements the TCO Regulation, and to improve the coherence of this Regulation with the EU Air Safety List.
The proposed amendments will not only maintain a high level of safety but also provide a positive impact in operators, processes, costs, and efficiency.
When the European Commission decides to amend the Regulation based on the opinion, EASA will publish the decision that amends the related acceptable means of compliance (AMC) and Guidance Material (GM).
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