List of Tech Library
Guidance Material of European and U.S. Authorities (EASA/FAA)
Each authority has established requirements for certification and certification of various types of aircraft. Therefore, each authority publishes Guidance Material for each requirement to clarify what is intended in each requirement and to introduce examples of acceptable certification methods (certification activities). The following is a website that summarizes the Guidance Material published by EASA/FAA. If similar requirements exist in Japan, understanding these Guidance Materials will be very helpful in considering the actual certification methods and activities that must be implemented….
Airworthiness Examination Procedures (Airworthiness Examination) and corresponding standards of European and U.S. authorities.
Article 10, paragraph 4 of the Civil Aeronautics Law establishes the following technical standards for aircraft 1. Standards for strength, structure and performance to ensure the safety of aircraft and equipment: Annex 1 of the Civil Aeronautics Law Enforcement Regulations 2. Standards for aircraft noise: Civil Aeronautics Law Enforcement Regulations Annex 2 3. Standards for aircraft engine emissions (excluding carbon dioxide): Civil Aeronautics Law Enforcement Regulations Annex 2 Standards for emissions (except carbon dioxide) from aircraft engines: Annex 3 to…
Future Vision of EASA Regulation
The following categories are being considered as new requirements. •CS-Light UAS： After gaining experience in certification under the current Special Condition, it will be developed into a CS for light class unmanned aircraft. •CS-UAS： For unmanned aerial vehicles that have the same weight and performance as current aircraft (fixed-wing and rotary-wing) and can carry people, with UAS-specific elements to be added. •CS-VTOL： Aircraft that operates within and between cities like a flying car. See the Japanese version