La CAA et le Brexit

Posted on 02/06/2019

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CAA : Civil Aviation Authority (UK)

Voir sur https://info.caa.co.uk/eu-exit/             

The purpose of this microsite

The CAA has developed this microsite to be a central source of information for the aviation and aerospace industries about the actions they would need to take to be prepared for a no deal withdrawal from the EU and no continued mutual recognition. Where a specific action is required, this is underlined.  

The UK Government has agreed with the European Union a deferral of the UK’s exit date until no later than October 31, 2019. If the UK Parliament ratifies the Government’s withdrawal agreement with the EU before October 31, the UK’s exit will take place on the first day of the month following ratification. Until exit takes place, the UK remains a member of the European Aviation Safety Agency system and existing regulatory arrangements continue to apply. The CAA will provide further updates as necessary.

The CAA has also created this short introduction to what a non-negotiated withdrawal means for aviation safety regulation. 

La CAA a créé ce site pour introduire le problème de la réglementation aéronautique de la sécurité en cas de non-accord

Short introduction to what a non-negotiated withdrawal means for aviation safety regulation.

http://publicapps.caa.co.uk/docs/33/Brexit%20and%20aviation%20safety_LADYBIRD_May%202.pdf

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