- Air operators, aircraft owners subject to the provisions of Regulation of the European Parliament And Of The Council (EU) 2018/1139 of 4 July 2018 (as subsequently amended and supplemented), are subject to European Regulation (EU) no. 965/2012 (as subsequently amended and supplemented), AIR OPS.
- RACR-TABP, approved by Order of the Minister of Transport (OMT) no. 488 of 24.03.2015;
- RACR-OPS LAAG, approved by Order of the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure (OMTI) no. 301/2009
- Government Decision no. 859 of August 11, 2021, for the approval of the procedure for authorizing flights in national airspace.
Both European Regulation (EU) no. 965/2012, as well as the national RACR-TABP regulation, make applicable the provisions of ICAO Annex 18 and the associated technical instructions (“Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air”) Doc 9284 AN / 905 to their latest update. The provisions of the Emergency Response Guidance for Aviation Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods (ICAO Doc 9481-AN / 928, last edition) also apply to the provisions of the Emergency Response Guidance Material for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods.
- In order to comply (EU) no. 965/2012 - "Acceptable means of compliance and guidance material" issued by the European Agency (published on the EASA website as ED decisions).
Further details and access to these documents can be found in the "Air Operations" section of the EASA website at: https://www.easa.europa.eu/regulations.
PIAC-TABP civil aviation procedures and instructions detail how the requirements of national and international law regarding the granting, modification, renewal, suspension or revocation of the air transport authorization of dangerous goods and / or related activities must be met.