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Aviation Airworthiness News

YAJ Aviation Airworthiness News section aims to keep you informed about the latest EASA Regulatory Changes together with associated topics. Updated on a regular basis, offering a review of changes in the Part M, Part 21 and Part 145 environment. Also offering information and updates regarding Aviation Industry Quality & Safety Issues.

It is the stated objective of EASA which we would like to share, to replace the current predominately prescriptive approach with a focus on the development of a regulatory environment which is proportionate to the needs of the industry and based on a full evaluation with emphasis on performance and risk-based considerations.

It is the intention of to focus on the specific needs of the airworthiness audience and to deliver to you international intelligence in an interesting and informed way.

IndiGo finalizes $26.55 billion purchase of 250 new Airbus A320 Neo jets

IndiGo Firms Up Order For 250 A320Neo Aircraft - Represents Airbus’ Largest Order By Number

Sofema Aviation Services – Providing MRO Consultancy across a range of Business Areas

Adding to further developments within the Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) range of activities, and utilising the experience and competencies of our consultants, we are pleased to offer a highly competitive support service.

Airline Software Applications Rebrand Itself

Airline Software Applications (ASA) proudly presents its new Logo and Style line, which is intended to communicate a ”Simplified” way of communication with our customers, partners and associates around the globe.

IORS - Internal Occurrence Reporting System

EASA adopts and implements this proactive and evidence-based approach with an Internal Occurrence Reporting System (IORS), for the traceability of reported occurrences and of individual follow-up decisions and corrective actions, where applicable. 


European Aviation Safety Agency Announces Acceptance of NCAMP Material Certification Process

NCAMP is the National Center for Advanced Materials Performance, part of Wichita State University's National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR).

Swiss EMS Pioneer, Air Zermatt AG, Selected Becker Avionics Digital Aircraft Audio System for New Bell 429 Fleet

Becker's DVCS allows the flight crews to select and control all onboard communication devices for inbound and outbound communications, including; public address, warning systems, radios and crew intercommunications.

Swissport Promotes Tommy Watt To Executive Vice President, UK & Ireland

Watt joined Swissport following the completion of the Swissport merger with Servisair last December.

Court Rules For Airlines In Defamation Claim

Ruling that airlines have broad immunity from lawsuits under a post-9/11 security law, the Supreme Court on Monday threw out a $1.4 million defamation judgment awarded to a pilot who was reported by his employer as mentally unstable and potentially armed

Washington, Colorado Have Few Ways To Stop Carry-on Weed

Among the many oddities that have arisen from marijuana legalization in Washington and Colorado is this: It can be easier to get through airport security with a bag of weed than a bottle of water.

Now, Clear US Immigration And Customs At Abu Dhabi International Airport

Special counters set up to allow all the pre-clearance operations at the Abu Dhabi International Airport