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Regulation (EU) 2018/1139 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 July 2018 on common rules in the field of civil aviation and establishing a European Union Aviation Safety Agency, and amending Regulations (EC) No 2111/2005, (EC) No 1008/2008, (EU) No 996/2010, (EU) No 376/2014 and Directives 2014/30/EU and 2014/53/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council, and repealing Regulations (EC) No 552/2004 and (EC) No 216/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council and Council Regulation (EEC) No 3922/91 (Text with EEA relevance)

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. CHAPTER I PRINCIPLES

    1. Article 1.Subject matter and objectives

    2. Article 2.Scope

    3. Article 3.Definitions

    4. Article 4.Principles for measures under this Regulation

  3. CHAPTER II AVIATION SAFETY MANAGEMENT

    1. Article 5.European Aviation Safety Programme

    2. Article 6.European Plan for Aviation Safety

    3. Article 7.State Safety Programme

    4. Article 8.State Plan for Aviation Safety

  4. CHAPTER III SUBSTANTIVE REQUIREMENTS

    1. SECTION I Airworthiness and environmental protection

      1. Article 9.Essential requirements

      2. Article 10.Compliance

      3. Article 11.Design of products

      4. Article 12.Design of parts

      5. Article 13.Design of non-installed equipment

      6. Article 14.Individual aircraft

      7. Article 15.Organisations

      8. Article 16.Personnel

      9. Article 17.Implementing acts as regards airworthiness

      10. Article 18.Derogations

      11. Article 19.Delegated powers

    2. SECTION II Aircrew

      1. Article 20.Essential requirements

      2. Article 21.Pilots

      3. Article 22.Cabin crew

      4. Article 23.Implementing acts as regards pilots and cabin crew

      5. Article 24.Training organisations and aero-medical centres

      6. Article 25.Flight simulation training devices

      7. Article 26.Instructors and examiners

      8. Article 27.Implementing acts as regards training, testing, checking and medical assessment

      9. Article 28.Delegated powers

    3. SECTION III Air operations

      1. Article 29.Essential requirements

      2. Article 30.Aircraft operators

      3. Article 31.Implementing acts as regards air operations

      4. Article 32.Delegated powers

    4. SECTION IV Aerodromes

      1. Article 33.Essential requirements

      2. Article 34.Aerodrome certification

      3. Article 35.Safety related aerodrome equipment

      4. Article 36.Implementing acts as regards aerodromes and safety-related aerodrome equipment

      5. Article 37.Organisations

      6. Article 38.Protection of aerodrome surroundings

      7. Article 39.Delegated powers

    5. SECTION V ATM/ANS

      1. Article 40.Essential requirements

      2. Article 41.ATM/ANS providers

      3. Article 42.Organisations involved in the design, production or maintenance of ATM/ANS systems and ATM/ANS constituents

      4. Article 43.Implementing acts as regards ATM/ANS providers and organisations involved in the design, production or maintenance of ATM/ANS systems and ATM/ANS constituents

      5. Article 44.Implementing acts as regards the use of airspace and the design of airspace structures

      6. Article 45.ATM/ANS systems and ATM/ANS constituents

      7. Article 46.Design of airspace structures

      8. Article 47.Delegated powers

    6. SECTION VI Air traffic controllers

      1. Article 48.Essential requirements

      2. Article 49.Air traffic controllers

      3. Article 50.Implementing acts as regards air traffic controllers

      4. Article 51.Air traffic controller training organisations and aero-medical centres

      5. Article 52.Instructors, assessors and aero-medical examiners

      6. Article 53.Implementing acts as regards training, testing, checking and medical assessment

      7. Article 54.Delegated powers

    7. SECTION VII Unmanned aircraft

      1. Article 55.Essential requirements for unmanned aircraft

      2. Article 56.Compliance of unmanned aircraft

      3. Article 57.Implementing acts as regards unmanned aircraft

      4. Article 58.Delegated powers

    8. SECTION VIII Aircraft used by a third-country operator into, within or out of the Union

      1. Article 59.Applicable rules

      2. Article 60.Compliance

      3. Article 61.Delegated powers

  5. CHAPTER IV JOINT CERTIFICATION, OVERSIGHT AND ENFORCEMENT SYSTEM

    1. Article 62.Certification, oversight and enforcement

    2. Article 63.Pool of European aviation inspectors

    3. Article 64.Reallocation of responsibility upon request of Member States

    4. Article 65.Reallocation of responsibility upon request of organisations operating in more than one Member State

    5. Article 66.Oversight support mechanism

    6. Article 67.Validity and recognition of certificates and declarations

    7. Article 68.Acceptance of third-country certification

    8. Article 69.Qualified entities

    9. Article 70.Safeguard provisions

    10. Article 71.Flexibility provisions

    11. Article 72.Information gathering, exchange and analysis

    12. Article 73.Protection of the source of information

    13. Article 74.Repository of information

  6. CHAPTER V THE EUROPEAN UNION AVIATION SAFETY AGENCY

    1. SECTION I Tasks

      1. Article 75.Establishment and functions of the Agency

      2. Article 76.Agency measures

      3. Article 77.Airworthiness and environmental certification

      4. Article 78.Aircrew certification

      5. Article 79.Certification of Safety-Related Aerodrome Equipment

      6. Article 80.ATM/ANS

      7. Article 81.Air traffic controller training organisations certification

      8. Article 82.Third-country aircraft operators and international safety oversight

      9. Article 83.Investigations by the Agency

      10. Article 84.Fines and periodic penalty payments

      11. Article 85.Monitoring of Member States

      12. Article 86.Research and innovation

      13. Article 87.Environmental protection

      14. Article 88.Interdependencies between civil aviation safety and security

      15. Article 89.Interdependencies between civil aviation safety and socioeconomic factors

      16. Article 90.International cooperation

      17. Article 91.Aviation Crisis Management

      18. Article 92.Aviation training

      19. Article 93.Implementation of Single European Sky

    2. SECTION II Internal structure

      1. Article 94.Legal status, seat and local offices

      2. Article 95.Staff

      3. Article 96.Privileges and immunities

      4. Article 97.Liability

      5. Article 98.Functions of the Management Board

      6. Article 99.Composition of the Management Board

      7. Article 100.Chairperson of the Management Board

      8. Article 101.Meetings of the Management Board

      9. Article 102.Voting rules of the Management Board

      10. Article 103.Executive Director

      11. Article 104.Responsibilities of the Executive Director

      12. Article 105.Powers of the Board of Appeal

      13. Article 106.Members of the Board of Appeal

      14. Article 107.Exclusion and objection

      15. Article 108.Decisions subject to appeal

      16. Article 109.Persons entitled to appeal

      17. Article 110.Time limit and form

      18. Article 111.Interlocutory revision

      19. Article 112.Examination of appeals

      20. Article 113.Decisions on appeal

      21. Article 114.Actions before the Court of Justice

    3. SECTION III Working methods

      1. Article 115.Procedures for the development of opinions, certification specifications and other detailed specifications, acceptable means of compliance and guidance material

      2. Article 116.Procedures for taking decisions

      3. Article 117.Annual and multi-annual programming

      4. Article 118.Consolidated annual activity report

      5. Article 119.Transparency and communication

    4. SECTION IV Financial requirements

      1. Article 120.Budget

      2. Article 121.Implementation and control of the budget

      3. Article 122.Combating fraud

      4. Article 123.Security rules on the protection of classified and sensitive non-classified information

      5. Article 124.Evaluation

      6. Article 125.Financial rules

      7. Article 126.Fees and charges

  7. CHAPTER VI FINAL PROVISIONS

    1. Article 127.Committee procedure

    2. Article 128.Exercise of the delegation

    3. Article 129.Participation of European third countries

    4. Article 130.Headquarters Agreement and operating conditions

    5. Article 131.Penalties

    6. Article 132.Processing of personal data

    7. Article 133.Amendment to Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005

    8. Article 134.Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 1008/2008

    9. Article 135.Amendments to Regulation (EU) No 996/2010

    10. Article 136.Amendments to Regulation (EU) No 376/2014

    11. Article 137.Amendments to Directive 2014/30/EU

    12. Article 138.Amendments to Directive 2014/53/EU

    13. Article 139.Repeal

    14. Article 140.Transitional provisions

    15. Article 141.Entry into force

  8. Signature

    1. ANNEX I

      Aircraft referred to in point (d) of Article 2(3)

      1. 1. Categories of manned aircraft to which this Regulation does not...

      2. 2. Furthermore, this Regulation shall not apply to:

    2. ANNEX II

      Essential requirements for airworthiness

      1. 1. PRODUCT INTEGRITY

        1. 1.1. Structures and materials

          1. 1.1.1. The integrity of the structure must be ensured throughout, and...

          2. 1.1.2. All parts of the aircraft, the failure of which could...

          3. 1.1.3. The aircraft must be free from any aero elastic instability...

          4. 1.1.4. The production processes and materials used in the construction of...

          5. 1.1.5. It must be ensured, to the extent practicable, that the...

        2. 1.2. Propulsion

          1. 1.2.1. The integrity of the propulsion system (i.e. engine and, where...

          2. 1.2.2. The propulsion system must produce, within its stated limits, the...

          3. 1.2.3. The production process and materials used in the construction of...

          4. 1.2.4. The effects of cyclic loading, environmental and operational degradation and...

          5. 1.2.5. All necessary instructions, information and requirements for the safe and...

        3. 1.3. Systems and equipment (other than non-installed equipment):

          1. 1.3.1. The aircraft must not have design features or details that...

          2. 1.3.2. The aircraft, including those systems, and equipment required for the...

          3. 1.3.3. The aircraft systems and equipment, considered separately and in relation...

          4. 1.3.4. Information needed for the safe conduct of the flight and...

          5. 1.3.5. Design precautions must be taken to minimise the hazards to...

        4. 1.4. Non-installed equipment

          1. 1.4.1. Non-installed equipment must perform its safety function or function relevant...

          2. 1.4.2. Non-installed equipment must be operable without needing exceptional skill or...

          3. 1.4.3. Non-installed equipment, whether functioning properly or improperly, must not reduce...

        5. 1.5. Continuing airworthiness

          1. 1.5.1. All necessary documents including instructions for continuing airworthiness must be...

          2. 1.5.2. Means must be provided to allow inspection, adjustment, lubrication, removal...

          3. 1.5.3. The instructions for continuing airworthiness must be in the form...

          4. 1.5.4. The instructions for continuing airworthiness must contain airworthiness limitations that...

      2. 2. AIRWORTHINESS ASPECTS OF PRODUCT OPERATION

        1. 2.1. The following must be shown to have been addressed to...

        2. 2.2. The operating limitations and other information necessary for safe operation...

        3. 2.3. Product operations must be protected from hazards resulting from adverse...

      3. 3. ORGANISATIONS (INCLUDING NATURAL PERSONS UNDERTAKING DESIGN, PRODUCTION, CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS MANAGEMENT...

        1. 3.1. As appropriate to the type of activity, organisation approvals must...

        2. 3.2. In the case of maintenance training organisations, the conditions under...

        3. 3.3. Natural persons undertaking maintenance must acquire and maintain a level...

    3. ANNEX III

      Essential requirements for environmental compatibility related to products

      1. 1. Products must be designed to minimise noise as far as...

      2. 2. Products must be designed to minimise emissions as far as...

      3. 3. Products must be designed to minimise the emissions arising from...

      4. 4. Any trade-offs between design measures intended to minimise noise, the...

      5. 5. The total range of normal operating conditions and geographical areas...

      6. 6. The aircraft systems and equipment required for environmental protection reasons...

      7. 7. Any instructions, procedures, means, manuals, limitations and inspections needed to...

      8. 8. The organisations involved in the design, production and maintenance of...

    4. ANNEX IV

      Essential requirements for aircrew

      1. 1. PILOT TRAINING

        1. 1.1. General

        2. 1.2. Theoretical knowledge

        3. 1.3. Demonstration and maintenance of theoretical knowledge

          1. 1.3.1. The acquisition and retention of theoretical knowledge must be demonstrated...

          2. 1.3.2. An appropriate level of competence in theoretical knowledge must be...

        4. 1.4. Practical skill

        5. 1.5. Demonstration and maintenance of practical skill

          1. 1.5.1. A pilot must demonstrate the ability to perform the procedures...

          2. 1.5.2. An appropriate level of competence in practical skill must be...

        6. 1.6. Language Proficiency

        7. 1.7. Flight simulation training devices

        8. 1.8. Training course

          1. 1.8.1. Training must be executed through a training course.

          2. 1.8.2. A training course must meet the following conditions:

        9. 1.9. Instructors

          1. 1.9.1. Theoretical instruction

          2. 1.9.2. Flight and flight simulation instruction

        10. 1.10. Examiners

      2. 2. EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS – PILOTS

      3. 3. MEDICAL FITNESS – PILOTS

        1. 3.1. Medical criteria

          1. 3.1.1. All pilots must periodically demonstrate medical fitness to satisfactorily execute...

          2. 3.1.2. Where medical fitness is not fully demonstrated, mitigation measures that...

        2. 3.2. Aero-medical examiners

        3. 3.3. Aero-medical centres

      4. 4. CABIN CREW MEMBERS

        1. 4.1. General

        2. 4.2. Training course

          1. 4.2.1. When appropriate for the type of operation or privileges, training...

          2. 4.2.2. A training course must meet the following conditions:

        3. 4.3. Cabin Crew Instructors

        4. 4.4. Cabin crew Examiners

      5. 5. TRAINING ORGANISATIONS

    5. ANNEX V

      Essential requirements for air operations

      1. 1. GENERAL

        1. 1.1. A flight must not be performed if the crew members...

        2. 1.2. A flight must be performed in such a way that...

        3. 1.3. Before every flight, the roles and duties of each crew...

        4. 1.4. Articles or substances, which are capable of posing a significant...

        5. 1.5. All necessary data, documents, records and information to record the...

      2. 2. FLIGHT PREPARATION

      3. 3. FLIGHT OPERATIONS

      4. 4. AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE AND OPERATING LIMITATIONS

        1. 4.1. An aircraft must be operated in accordance with its airworthiness...

        2. 4.2. Notwithstanding point 4.1, for operations with helicopters a momentary flight...

        3. 4.3. The aircraft must be operated in accordance with the applicable...

        4. 4.4. A flight must not be commenced or continued unless the...

        5. 4.5. Such factors must be taken into account directly as operational...

      5. 5. INSTRUMENTS, DATA AND EQUIPMENT

        1. 5.1. An aircraft must be equipped with all navigation, communication and...

        2. 5.2. When relevant, an aircraft must be equipped with all necessary...

        3. 5.3. All data necessary for the execution of the flight by...

      6. 6. CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS AND ENVIRONMENTAL COMPATIBILITY OF PRODUCTS

        1. 6.1. The aircraft must not be operated unless:

        2. 6.2. Before each flight or a series of consecutive flights, the...

        3. 6.3. The aircraft must not be operated unless it is released...

        4. 6.4. Records necessary to demonstrate the airworthiness and environmental compatibility status...

        5. 6.5. All modifications and repairs must comply with the essential requirements...

        6. 6.6. It is the responsibility of the aircraft operator to ensure...

      7. 7. CREW MEMBERS

        1. 7.1. The number and composition of the crew must be determined...

        2. 7.2. The pilot in command must have the authority to give...

        3. 7.3. In an emergency situation, which endangers the operation or the...

        4. 7.4. Without prejudice to point 8.12, when other persons are carried...

        5. 7.5. No crew member must allow their task achievement/decision making to...

        6. 7.6. A crew member must not perform allocated duties on board...

      8. 8. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMERCIAL AIR TRANSPORT AND OTHER OPERATIONS SUBJECT...

        1. 8.1. The operation must not be undertaken unless the following conditions...

        2. 8.2. The operation must only be undertaken in accordance with an...

        3. 8.3. The aircraft operator shall establish procedures, as appropriate, so as...

        4. 8.4. The aircraft operator must develop and maintain security programmes adapted...

        5. 8.5. When security measures may adversely affect the safety of operations,...

        6. 8.6. The aircraft operator must designate one pilot amongst the flight...

        7. 8.7. The prevention of fatigue must be managed through a fatigue...

        8. 8.8. The aircraft operator must ensure that the tasks specified in...

        9. 8.9. The aircraft operator must ensure that the release to service...

        10. 8.10. The organisation referred to in 8.8 shall establish an organisation...

        11. 8.11. A checklist system must be available for use, as applicable,...

        12. 8.12. Emergency or abnormal situations must not be simulated when passengers...

    6. ANNEX VI

      Essential requirements for qualified entities

      1. 1. The qualified entity, its Director and the staff responsible for...

      2. 2. The qualified entity and the staff responsible for the certification...

      3. 3. The qualified entity must employ staff and possess the means...

      4. 4. The qualified entity and its staff responsible for investigation must...

      5. 5. The impartiality of the staff responsible for certification and oversight...

      6. 6. The qualified entity must take out liability insurance unless its...

      7. 7. The staff of the qualified entity must observe professional secrecy...

    7. ANNEX VII

      Essential requirements for aerodromes

      1. 1. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS, INFRASTRUCTURE AND EQUIPMENT

        1. 1.1. Movement area

          1. 1.1.1. Aerodromes shall have a designated area for the landing and...

          2. 1.1.2. Where there are several designated landing and take-off areas, they...

          3. 1.1.3. The designated landing and take-off area shall be surrounded by...

          4. 1.1.4. Those areas of an aerodrome, with their associated immediate surroundings,...

          5. 1.1.5. Other infrastructure intended for use by aircraft shall be so...

          6. 1.1.6. Constructions, buildings, equipment or storage areas shall be located and...

          7. 1.1.7. Suitable means shall be provided to prevent unauthorised persons, unauthorised...

        2. 1.2. Obstacle clearances

          1. 1.2.1. To protect aircraft proceeding to an aerodrome for landing or...

          2. 1.2.2. Such obstacle clearance shall be appropriate to the phase of...

        3. 1.3. Safety-related aerodrome equipment, including visual and non-visual aids

          1. 1.3.1. Aids shall be fit for purpose, recognisable and provide unambiguous...

          2. 1.3.2. Safety-related aerodrome equipment shall function as intended under the foreseen...

          3. 1.3.3. The aids and their electrical power supply system shall be...

          4. 1.3.4. Suitable means of protection shall be provided to avoid damage...

          5. 1.3.5. Sources of radiation or the presence of moving or fixed...

          6. 1.3.6. Information on operation and use of safety-related aerodrome equipment shall...

        4. 1.4. Aerodrome data

          1. 1.4.1. Data relevant to the aerodrome and the available services shall...

          2. 1.4.2. The data shall be accurate, readable, complete and unambiguous. Authenticity...

          3. 1.4.3. The data shall be made available to the users and...

      2. 2. OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT

        1. 2.1. Responsibilities of the aerodrome operator

        2. 2.2. Management systems

          1. 2.2.1. As appropriate for the type of activity undertaken and the...

          2. 2.2.2. The aerodrome operator shall establish an occurrence reporting system as...

          3. 2.2.3. The aerodrome operator shall develop an aerodrome manual and operate...

      3. 3. AERODROME SURROUNDINGS

        1. 3.1.1. The airspace around aerodrome movement areas shall be safeguarded from...

        2. 3.1.2. Any infringement of those surfaces will require an assessment to...

        3. 3.1.3. Any remaining obstacles shall be published and, depending on the...

        4. 3.2. Hazards related to human activities and land use, such as,...

        5. 3.3. The Member States shall ensure that an emergency plan is...

      4. 4. GROUNDHANDLING SERVICES

        1. 4.1. Responsibilities of the groundhandling services provider

        2. 4.2. Management systems

          1. 4.2.1. As appropriate for the type of activity undertaken and the...

          2. 4.2.2. The provider shall establish an occurrence reporting system as part...

          3. 4.2.3. The provider shall develop a groundhandling service manual and operate...

      5. 5. APRON MANAGEMENT SERVICES (AMS)

        1. 5.1. The AMS provider shall provide its services in accordance with...

        2. 5.2. As appropriate for the type of activity undertaken and the...

        3. 5.3. The AMS provider shall establish formal arrangements with the aerodrome...

        4. 5.4. The AMS provider shall establish an occurrence reporting system as...

        5. 5.5. The AMS provider shall participate in the safety programmes established...

      6. 6. OTHERS

    8. ANNEX VIII

      Essential requirements for ATM/ANS and air traffic controllers

      1. 1. USE OF THE AIRSPACE

        1. 1.1. All aircraft, excluding those engaged in the activities referred to...

        2. 1.2. All aircraft, excluding those engaged in the activities referred to...

      2. 2. SERVICES

        1. 2.1. Aeronautical information and data for airspace users for the purpose...

          1. 2.1.1. The data used as a source for aeronautical information shall...

          2. 2.1.2. Aeronautical information shall be accurate, complete, current, unambiguous, from a...

          3. 2.1.3. The dissemination of such aeronautical information to airspace users shall...

        2. 2.2. Meteorological information

          1. 2.2.1. The data used as a source for aeronautical meteorological information...

          2. 2.2.2. To the extent possible, aeronautical meteorological information shall be precise,...

          3. 2.2.3. The dissemination of such aeronautical meteorological information to airspace users...

        3. 2.3. Air traffic services

          1. 2.3.1. The data used as a source for the provision of...

          2. 2.3.2. The provision of air traffic services shall be sufficiently precise,...

          3. 2.3.3. Automated tools providing information or advice to users shall be...

          4. 2.3.4. Air traffic control services and related processes shall provide for...

          5. 2.3.5. Communication between air traffic services and aircraft and between relevant...

          6. 2.3.6. Means shall be in place to detect possible emergencies and,...

        4. 2.4. Communication services

        5. 2.5. Navigation services

        6. 2.6. Surveillance services

        7. 2.7. Air traffic flow management

        8. 2.8. Airspace management

        9. 2.9. Flight procedure design

      3. 3. SYSTEMS AND CONSTITUENTS

        1. 3.1. General

        2. 3.2. System and constituent integrity, performance and reliability

        3. 3.3. Design of systems and constituents

          1. 3.3.1. Systems and constituents shall be designed to meet applicable safety...

          2. 3.3.2. Systems and constituents, considered collectively, separately and in relation to...

          3. 3.3.3. Systems and constituents, considered individually and in combination with each...

          4. 3.3.4. Systems and constituents shall be designed in a manner that...

          5. 3.3.5. Information needed for production, installation, operation and maintenance of the...

        4. 3.4. Continuing level of service

      4. 4. QUALIFICATION OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS

        1. 4.1. General

        2. 4.2. Theoretical knowledge

          1. 4.2.1. An air traffic controller shall acquire and maintain a level...

          2. 4.2.2. Acquisition and retention of theoretical knowledge shall be demonstrated by...

          3. 4.2.3. An appropriate level of theoretical knowledge shall be maintained. Compliance...

        3. 4.3. Practical skill

          1. 4.3.1. An air traffic controller shall acquire and maintain the practical...

          2. 4.3.2. An air traffic controller shall demonstrate the ability to perform...

          3. 4.3.3. A satisfactory level of competence in practical skill shall be...

        4. 4.4. Language proficiency

          1. 4.4.1. An air traffic controller shall demonstrate proficiency to speak and...

          2. 4.4.2. Whenever necessary in a defined volume of airspace for Air...

        5. 4.5. Synthetic training devices (STD)

        6. 4.6. Training course

          1. 4.6.1. Training shall be given by a training course, which may...

          2. 4.6.2. A course shall be defined and approved for each type...

        7. 4.7. Instructors

          1. 4.7.1. Theoretical instruction shall be given by appropriately qualified instructors. They...

          2. 4.7.2. Instruction on practical skills shall be given by appropriately qualified...

          3. 4.7.3. Instructors on practical skills shall also be or have been...

        8. 4.8. Assessors

          1. 4.8.1. Persons responsible for assessing the skill of air traffic controllers...

          2. 4.8.2. Assessors on practical skills shall also be or have been...

        9. 4.9. Medical fitness of an air traffic controller

          1. 4.9.1. All air traffic controllers shall periodically demonstrate medical fitness to...

          2. 4.9.2. Demonstration of medical fitness, comprising physical and mental fitness, shall...

          3. 4.9.3. Where medical fitness cannot be fully demonstrated, mitigation measures that...

      5. 5. SERVICE PROVIDERS AND TRAINING ORGANISATIONS

        1. 5.1. Service provision shall not be undertaken unless the following conditions...

        2. 5.2. ATC service provision shall not be undertaken unless the following...

        3. 5.3. Communication, navigation and/or surveillance service provision shall not be undertaken...

        4. 5.4. Training organisations

      6. 6. AEROMEDICAL EXAMINERS AND AEROMEDICAL CENTRES

        1. 6.1. Aero-medical examiners

        2. 6.2. Aero-medical centres

    9. ANNEX IX

      Essential requirements for unmanned aircraft

      1. 1. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DESIGN, PRODUCTION, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF...

        1. 1.1. The operator and the remote pilot of an unmanned aircraft...

        2. 1.2. An unmanned aircraft must be designed and constructed so that...

        3. 1.3. If necessary to mitigate risks pertaining to safety, privacy, protection...

        4. 1.4. The organisation responsible for the production or for the marketing...

      2. 2. ADDITIONAL ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DESIGN, PRODUCTION, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION...

        1. 2.1. Airworthiness

          1. 2.1.1. Unmanned aircraft must be designed in a way that, or...

          2. 2.1.2. Unmanned aircraft must provide product integrity that is proportionate to...

          3. 2.1.3. Unmanned aircraft must be safely controllable and manoeuvrable, as necessary...

          4. 2.1.4. Unmanned aircraft and their engines, propellers, parts, non-installed equipment, and...

          5. 2.1.5. Unmanned aircraft and their engines, propellers, parts, non-installed equipment, and...

          6. 2.1.6. Any equipment to control the unmanned aircraft remotely involved in...

          7. 2.1.7. Organisations involved in the design of unmanned aircraft, engines and...

          8. 2.1.8. The manufacturing processes, materials and components used to produce the...

        2. 2.2. Organisations

        3. 2.3. Persons involved in operation of unmanned aircraft

        4. 2.4. Operations

          1. 2.4.1. The operator of an unmanned aircraft is responsible for the...

          2. 2.4.2. A flight must be performed in accordance with the applicable...

          3. 2.4.3. Operations with unmanned aircraft must ensure the safety of third...

          4. 2.4.4. Unmanned aircraft must be operated only if it is in...

          5. 2.4.5. Unmanned aircraft and operations with unmanned aircraft must comply with...

          6. 2.4.6. The operator of an unmanned aircraft must ensure that the...

        5. 2.5. Essential requirements relating to electromagnetic compatibility and radio spectrum, for...

          1. 2.5.1. Those unmanned aircraft, engines, propellers, parts and non-installed equipment shall...

          2. 2.5.2. Those unmanned aircraft, engines, propellers, parts and non-installed equipment shall...

      3. 3. ESSENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS FOR UNMANNED AIRCRAFT

      4. 4. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR REGISTRATION OF UNMANNED AIRCRAFT AND THEIR OPERATORS...

        1. 4.1. Without prejudice to obligations of Member States under the Chicago...

        2. 4.2. Operators of unmanned aircraft shall be registered in accordance with...

        3. 4.3. Where a requirement of registration applies pursuant to point 4.1...

    10. ANNEX X

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