To ensure a high level of Safety in Aviation in each Member State, the European Union sets up an Aviation Regulation Framework that is common for and applicable to every country that isa Member within the Union. This also includes Malta. The unit presents an overview of the Regulation Framework covering up the Area of Aircraft Continuing Airworthiness, which is mainly ensured by appropriate aircraft operation and maintenance.
The unit is designed to cover up the requirements for the approval, certification and licensing of Organisations and people involved in Aircraft Operations, Maintenance and Certification. This includes the Operator of an aircraft, the Maintenance Organisation that performs the maintenance on the aircraft, the Staff Certifying the Aircraft following maintenance and before the flight, as well as the Organisation approved to carry out the Management of the Maintenance of the aircraft. The Role of the EU Member State is also covered up in this unit.
The unit is also designed to completely cover up the knowledge requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 66 Module 10 – Aviation Legislation, at Category A Level.
Knowledge in the aviation industry