Maintenance Procedures under the Aviation Safety Promotion Agreement between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Canada The U.S. Government has concluded bilateral airworthiness certification agreements with Norway and Switzerland. Technical Agreement for the Recognition of Airworthiness and Environmental Approval of Civil Aviation Products under the Bilateral Agreement on the Promotion of Aviation Safety between Canada and the Civil Aviation Administration European Union Agreement on Civil Aviation Security Agreements and consultative arrangements between Canada and other countries, regions or governing bodies. Note – Although they are not members of the EU, associated countries retain their sovereignty to conclude international/bilateral agreements with third countries. Airworthiness Enforcement Procedures which include design approval, production activities, export aviation authorization, design authorization activities and technical assistance under the Agreement between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Canada for the Promotion of Aviation Safety This Agreement shall enter into force upon signature and shall remain in force until terminated by a Contracting Party. Such denunciation shall be effected by a sixty-day written notification addressed to the other party. Such denunciation shall also entail the termination of all existing enforcement procedures implemented in accordance with this Agreement. This Agreement may be amended by the written agreement of the Parties. Civil aviation authorities may terminate or modify individual implementation procedures. However, they must not conclude agreements that would be contrary to the interests of THEA. (As these countries are not members of the EU, they are not entitled to all EASA membership quotas.) Memorandum of Understanding on the Mutual Recognition of the Certificate of Airworthiness between the Civil Aviation Administrator of the Israeli Ministry of Transport and the Director General of Civil Aviation of the Ministry of Transport of Canada In the event of any discrepancy between the information contained herein and the Official Record Series 5, CAA Scheme of Charges (Airworthiness, Noise Certification and Aircraft and Aircraft Emissions), the pricing system takes precedence. . Once granted, a TCCA authorization is valid for 24 months, unless it is suspended, cancelled or revoked.
Cooperates with foreign authorities and international institutions such as ICAO to help EU Member States fulfil their state development obligations. The technical airworthiness agreements between the Directorate of Aviation Regulation, Transport Canada, and the Safety Services Group, the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority non-EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland are identified as “EASA associated countries”. Organizations of the Commonwealth of Independent States and the Republic of Georgia may be authorized by Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) to maintain aircraft or components for aircraft registered in the Canadian Aviation Registry. Products excluded from EASA`s responsibility under Annex II remain the responsibility of each NAA of each Design State to be managed on behalf of the EU. Airworthiness Certification Responsibilities – EASA The bilateral agreement means that NAAs in Europe control organisations authorised by EASA Part 145 and TCCA CAR authorisations 571 and 573. This means that the UK CAA will oversee the organisations in which the main base in the UK is located. THE SAAs are required to apply EASA procedures and EU implementing rules. We provide this information as a public service..