Overview of Basic Regulation 2018/1139 for ATM/ANS and Aerodromes [LEX-BR-1139]

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The Basic Regulation 2018/1139 is the cornerstone of the EU regulatory framework in civil aviation, hence an important piece of legislation to be aware of.
This course describes its main requirements in or affecting the fields of ATM/ANS and aerodromes, in particular:
  • Introduction of delegated acts
  • Objectives and extended scope
  • Substantive and essential requirements in the fields of ATM/ANS and aerodromes, especially when it comes to
    • ATM/ANS systems and ATM/ANS constituents
    • organisations involved in the design, production or maintenance of such systems and equipment
    • certification of ATM/ANS providers (and possibilities for exemption)
    • design of airspace structures
    • safety-related aerodrome equipment
  • Functions and tasks assigned to EASA in or affecting the fields of ATM/ANS and aerodromes
  • Possibilities for reallocation of responsibilities with regards to certification, oversight and enforcement tasks.
  • ...

Before attending the LEX-BR-1139 classroom course, participants shall complete the following modules of the e-learning course developed by EASA on Regulation 2018/1139 (direct link to access it: https://training.easa.europa.eu/easa/nd/fresco/repository/EKP000576581/story_html5.html):

  • module 2: introduction
  • module 3: objectives of the new Basic Regulation
  • module 4: formal aspects
  • module 5: scope
  • module 8: ADR, GH and AMS
  • module 9: ATM/ANS and airspace design
  • module 11: sharing responsibilities - Joint certification, oversight and enforcement system
  • module 12: Agency's tasks
After completing the course, participants should be able to list & describe the main requirements in the Basic Regulation 2018/1139, in or affecting the fields of ATM/ANS and aerodromes.
Anyone involved in the fields of ATM/ANS and aerodromes, who wishes to develop an understanding of the Basic Regulation 2018/1139 and the impact it could have on these fields (now and in the future).
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No fee applies for course participants from Member States’ competent authorities and certified organisations. The training cost is sponsored by the EUROCONTROL Work Programme.

The price per course participant from other organisations or individuals is 640 EUR.
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Candidates passing the examination will receive a certificate of accomplishment. Other candidates will receive a certificate of attendance.
IANS, Luxembourg
Jean-Francois PIRIOU
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