Business Air News Bulletin | 5th March 2019
Because navigating EASA regulations can be a daunting task, AeroEx will do the work for you by way of its EFB toolkit. The company is also offering free public webinars.
Swiss aviation industry regulatory compliance consultancy group AeroEx has launched a toolkit aimed at helping European operators and pilots ensure they comply with the EU's new electronic flight bag (EFBs) regulations ahead of the 9 July, 2019 deadline.
EASA requirements have introduced new provisions for commercial and non-commercial operators using installed or portable EFBs that replace ICAO standards. The new regulation is for the use of EFBs and their applications with a failure condition classified as minor or below. Commercial Air Transport (CAT) operators are required to hold an operational approval for any Type B EFB application.
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