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EU and UK frame post-Brexit aerospace rules

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LONDON - "New type of relationship": UK Civil Aviation Authority CAA and European Union Aviation Safety Agency EASA have concluded negotiations on Technical Implementation Procedures (TIP) for the post-Brexit aerospace sector. The framework gives OEMs like Airbus and their suppliers regulatory clarity.

The TIP gives both the CAA and EASA oversight of the Air Safety Agreement that was signed between the UK and EU in December, and sets out the measures the aerospace sector must take in order to design and produce new aerospace parts moving between the UK and the EU.

"The agreement of the TIP gives clarity to design and production organisations, and addresses any differences between aviation standards, rules, practices, procedures, and systems related to implementing the annex," CAA said. "It also signals the continued close working relationship between the two organisations now that the UK has left the European regulatory system."

EASA Executive Director Patrick Ky added: "The UK Civil Aviation Authority is a long-established and trusted partner of EASA. We are now at the start of a new type of relationship and I am certain that it will be a fruitful cooperation."
© aero.uk | Image: Airbus | 18/05/2021 09:03

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