The Directorate General of Civil Aviation of India (DGCA) and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) signed a working agreement on Tuesday to strengthen their relationship and achieve common safety and environmental protection standards.
India and Europe will work closely together in the aviation sector by signing agreements that may lead to unlocking the true potential of India, an important center for aircraft and engine design and manufacturing.
The purpose is to promote cooperation. The agreement, which understands each other’s regulatory systems and facilitates the exchange of aviation products, services and personnel, “is the result of years of intensive negotiations between the parties and the relationship between India and Europe in the aviation industry. It represents an important milestone in strengthening, “the agreement states.
“If one party is granted manufacturing approval for the manufacture of an aircraft, engine, or propeller based on the design approval issued by the other party in performing the functions and obligations of the design state, then both parties … ( Accepted between the manufacturing organization and the organization responsible for type design, where A) the manufacturing organization has the right to access approved design data related to the production purpose and (B) ensures that the manufacturing organization cooperates. Agreements or Arrangements to be Received We will work with the organization responsible for type design in evaluating information on the design, manufacture and operation of the aircraft, engine or propeller involved. ”
The agreement states that through this working agreement, India and the EASA intend to develop closer cooperation in several areas.
- These include:
- “Regulation cooperation, including sharing of information
- and best practices to assist in the implementation of harmonious aviation safety
- and environmental protection requirements.
- Facilitates the issuance or acceptance of certificates for products, parts and equipment.
- Sharing safety information, including cooperation on the continued air resistance of in-service products, parts and equipment approved or approved in the application of arrangements, technical training and professional staff development, “says EASA.
Information Source: India News Republic
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