UK Aerodromes that fall within the scope of EASA will be subject to regulations set by EU/EASA.
Aerodromes fall within the scope of EASA if they meet all of the following requirements:
Open to public use and which serve commercial air transport and where operations using instrument approach or
departure procedures are provided, and:
(a) have a paved runway of 800 metres or above; or
(b) exclusively serve helicopters.
The CAA has compiled a list of UK licensed aerodromes that currently fall within the
scope of EASA.
Aerodrome regulations in the form of Implementing Rules (IR), Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) and Certification
Specifications (CS) are now in force.
The European Commission published Commission Regulation
(EU) No 139/2014 on 12 February 2014. The regulation contains the Implementing Rules that cover all EASA
EASA has published their Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) and Guidance Material (GM) to Authority,
Organisation and Operations Requirements for Aerodromes.
EASA has published their Certification Specifications (CS) and Guidance Material for
Aerodrome Design CS-ADR-DSN.
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