The factsheets summarize important developments in the field of aviation safety regulations.
This bilateral, formerly called the ‘Agreement between the United States of America and the European Community on cooperation in the regulation of civil aviation safety' is the first bilateral concluded between the US and EU as a whole on the subject of airworthiness approvals. It will replace existing bilaterals concluded between US and individual EU states. (select link for more information)
EU US bilateral summary
For the training course ‘Dangerous Goods (DG) Training for SAFA Inspectors' SGI Aviation closely cooperates with I4safety (Info@i4safety.nl; www.i4safety.nl). Below factsheets summarizes the main changes of the IATA DGR (Dangerous Goods Regulation) 2012 edition. The majority of the changes may also be found in the related ICAO TI (Technical Instructions), which are the primary source documents for SAFA inspectors verifying Dangerous Goods regulations compliance(select link for more information)
Significant Changes IATA DGR 2012