EASA & Continuing Airworthiness Seminar 2016

To provide an understanding of the current European legislation relating to Continuing Airworthiness and the principles EASA have followed in their development.

To review the airworthiness management responsibilities on aircraft operators, owners and lessors and look at the practical experiences of new type introductions.

Co-located with Records Management Seminar 2016

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Benefits of attending

  • Find out what the supplier and manufacturer have to do to ensure continued airworthiness
  • Learn what the advantages and disadvantages are of outsourcing
  • Find out if the Regulators are taking comfort in complexity
  • Hear what the MRO needs from the operator
  • Learn what benefits the investor community derive from CAM
  • Discuss whether the industry is over-regulated or under-regulated

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  • Simon Phippard, Of Counsel, Dispute Resolution Group, Bird & Bird
  • Mark Murray, Senior Consultant, Frazer-Nash Consultancy Ltd
  • Brian Skehan, Assistant Director, Aircraft Airworthiness and Registration Department, Irish Aviation Authority
  • Keith Earnden, Director of Engineering & Maintenance, Flybe
  • Jozef Mihalicek, Managing Partner/Quality Manager, CAMO4Jets
  • Graeme Laing, Director, Business Development, CSA Financial
  • Sam Cromie, PhD Assistant Professor in Organisational Psychology, Trinity College Dublin
  • John Burke, BP & Head of Technical EMEA, Aercap
  • Andrew Brophy, Technical Services Engineer, Part M Aviation Ireland Ltd
  • Tendai Mutambirwa, Safety Risk Manager, easyJet Airline Company Limited

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Source: ASDEvents
Date: Feb 22, 2016