The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) requirements has introduced new provisions for commercial and non-commercial operators using installed or portable EFB’s, which transposes the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards. This new regulation is for theuse of electronic flight bags and for the use of EFB 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.​

 

“Regulatory compliance is required, so missing a deadline means you remain grounded or unable to use your EFB.

 

Learn more about our EFB Implementation toolkit and see how in a manner of weeks you can become compliant.

Webinar online "on demand" - EASA EFB Regulations Introduction

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  • Our on demand version is a recorded 20 minutes webinar presented and spoken in english by a senior consultant and subject matter expert of AeroEx.

     

    You will receive a download link to your webinar on-demand access ticket (PDF) in the Thank You page of the Checkout, along with an emailed link that will last for 14 days.

     

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    Combi Option:
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    No return accepted.

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