1. On 10.03.2020, the AACR-DN working meeting took place with the representatives of the CAMO / AMO organizations from Romania eligible for the transition to PART-CAO. The purpose of this meeting was to present and discuss topics and opinions on topics specific to the transition processes to authorization under Part-CAO so as to harmonize the understanding and implementation of the requirements of Regulation (EU) 1321/2014.
AACR thanks all the representatives of CAMO / AMO organizations for participating in this meeting
The materials presented at this meeting can be downloaded here.
2. Between 05.-06.11.2019, the AACR-DN working meeting with the representatives of the CAMO / AMO / MTO organizations from Romania took place. Legislative changes introduced by European regulations (EU) 2018/1139, (EU) 2019/1383 and (EU) 2019/1384, the provisions on information security risk management (NPA 2019-07), the ways to incorporate the requirements of the security system were discussed. safety management, as well as principles for issuing national licenses (AACR-LPTA), the new types of Part 66 licenses introduced by Regulation 2018/1142 and the certification of NDT personnel in Part 145 organizations.
The meeting, which was attended by representatives of 36 organizations, took place in the "Gheorghe Militaru" Amphitheater of the Higher School of Civil Aviation.
AACR thanks all the representatives of CAMO / AMO / MTO organizations for participating in this meeting and especially appreciates the interest of the aeronautical industry in the field of airworthiness to be with AACR, in order to maintain the safety standard at the highest level.
In this context, AACR will continue to organize meetings with CAMO / AMO / MTO organizations, in order to fulfill, in the spirit and letter of the applicable aeronautical regulations, the tasks and responsibilities assumed by the status of competent authority.
The materials presented at this meeting can be downloaded here (Day 1, Day 2).
The result of the opinion poll will also be posted on this page, after the completion of the analysis by AACR.
The result of the survey can be viewed here.