In March 2020, changes to EASA regulations will separate the existing continuing airworthiness requirements for 'Light Aircraft' from the requirements applicable for licensed air carriers and other complex motor-powered aircraft.
We are developing these webpages over the coming months to help organisations and personnel involved in Light Aircraft to transition to the new requirements. Other regulatory changes (e.g. Part-CAMO, Part-T) are dealt with in other areas of the CAA website.
Although the regulation will become applicable from 24 March 2020, there is an amendment due soon which changes the transition arrangements. So these web pages will be updated when transition arrangements and amended guidance are available.
A complete guide to the transition to the new requirements for organisations is available from EASA.
Part-ML simplifies existing maintenance rules and offers a less prescriptive and burdensome approach to maintenance programmes, airworthiness reviews, defects deferments and TBO extensions. It also provides more privileges for pilots, owners, independent certifying staff and small maintenance organisations. For example:
Transition guidance to a Part-CAO Approval will be added to as soon as it is available.
More information will be published as soon as it is available. This will include sections on:
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'Light aircraft' means the following non-complex motor-powered aircraft not
listed in the air operator certificate of an air carrier licensed in accordance
with Regulation (EC) No 1008/2008:
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