Transport Canada Bilateral Agreement Easa

Recognizing the respective obligations of the parties under bilateral, regional and multilateral agreements on civil aviation safety and environmental impacts, special attention should be paid to aircraft that have been “certified” by the ANAC type certificate with respect to the acceptable base of authorization for each model change. For example, a major design change approved by ANAC must correspond to subsection C because 21 and at least CAR 21.73 (b) (3). This means that the design change is not only authorized at ANAC, but must also have been certified, validated, validated or accepted by EASA, FAA or Transport Canada through an internationally recognized bilateral (and related TIP) agreement between that state and Brazil. A similar agreement was signed in 2000 between Canada and the United States and had a positive impact on the Canadian civil aviation industry, leading to greater harmonization of safety requirements. The FAA toured the Boeing 737 MAX on November 18, 2020 after 20 months of hibernation after the second fatal aircraft type accident in March 2019 in Ethiopia. However, the grounding phase appears to have undermined the FAA`s global status, with several aviation authorities, including TC and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EEAS) of the European Union, announcing that they would conduct independent audits of the 737 MAX. Previously, the FAA was, through bilateral agreements, the designated certification authority for commercial aircraft built in the United States. Canada-Euse Civil Aviation Safety Agreement Under the new agreement, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EEAS) will recognize certification of Canadian aviation products and services, allowing the Canadian aviation industry to be much more competitive in the European market. Civil aviation safety will also be improved as EASA and Transport Canada work together to address safety issues. 6.2. In the event of disagreement between the parties over the effectiveness of the measures taken, the notifying party may require the other party to take immediate steps to prevent the organization from carrying out maintenance tasks for civil aviation products under its control.

If the other party does not take these measures within fifteen working days of the request of the notifying party, the powers conferred on the competent authority of the other party in accordance with this procedure are suspended until the matter is satisfactorily resolved by the joint committee in accordance with the provisions of the agreement. Pending the adoption by the Joint Committee of a decision on this matter, the notifying party may take all the measures it deems necessary to prevent the organization from carrying out, under its control, tasks of maintenance of civil aviation products.