FAA - FO 8100.14A CHG 2
INTERIM PROCEDURES FOR WORKING WITH THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY ON AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION AND CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS
|Publication Date:||7 September 2008|
This order describes the procedures that Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) employees, designees, and delegations must follow when working with the European Community on the import or export of civil aeronautical products, parts, and appliances. This order addresses type, production, and airworthiness certification. It also addresses continued airworthiness.
On July 15, 2002, the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union (EU) adopted Regulation (EC) No 1592/2002 (Basic Regulation), subsequently replaced by EC No. 216/2008. It set common civil aviation rules in the EU and established a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Effective September 28, 2003, EASA and the National Aviation Authorities (NAA) of EU Member States assumed their respective shared responsibilities for certificating and overseeing design, production, and maintenance of all civil aviation products in the EU. Other NAAs in Europe are now associated with EASA.
If you find any deficiencies, need clarification, or want to
suggest improvements on this order, send a copy of FAA Form
1320-19, Directive Feedback Information (written or
electronically), to the Aircraft Certification Service, Planning
and Financial Resources Management Branch, AIR-530, Attention:
Directives Management Officer. Form 1320-19 is on the last page of
this order. You can also get the form electronically from the FAA
web site (http://feds.faa.gov