The following aircraft operating on non-commercial flights are required under European law to operate under EASA Air Operations Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 (known as “Part-NCC”).
An aircraft is deemed to be complex if it falls under one of the following categories:
The operator of an aircraft is typically any person or organisation that looks after the operation of a privately owned aircraft.
Part-NCC requires the operator of a qualifying aircraft to effectively follow the same essential requirements as a commercial air transport operator.
To achieve Part-NCC compliance for a qualifying aircraft the operator will submit a declaration to the relevant competent authority in the EASA member state where the aircraft is registered or in the case of a non-EASA registered aircraft to the EASA member state where the operator is based.
The declaration will detail the aircraft type, their operational and continuing airworthiness arrangements, any approvals held etc.
A qualifying aircraft under Part-NCC will need:
Oceanskies Aero can provide owners with the provision of a bespoke Part-NCC compliance system to include as part of its aircraft operating services that will include:
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