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EASA Requirements for NCCs

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EASA Requirements for NCCs
What is a NCC?
Non-Commercial Operations with
Complex Motor-Powered Aircraft
‘complex motor-powered aircraft’ shall mean:
(i) an aeroplane:
with a maximum certificated take-off mass exceeding 5 700 kg, or
certificated for a maximum passenger seating configuration of more than nineteen, or
certificated for operation with a minimum crew of at least two pilots, or
equipped with (a) turbojet engine(s) or more than one turboprop engine, or
(ii) a helicopter
for a maximum take-off mass exceeding 3 175 kg, or
for a maximum passenger seating configuration of more than nine, or
for operation with a minimum crew of at least two pilots,
(iii) a tilt rotor aircraft

What is a NCC?
Non-Commercial Operations
with Complex Motor-Powered Aircraft
According to Basic Regulation (EC) 216/2008 a "commercial operation" shall mean:
Any operation of an aircraft, in return for remuneration or other valuable consideration, which is available to the public or, when not made available to the public, which is performed under a contract between an operator and a customer, where the latter has no control over the operator;

Structure of EASA Part-NCC
Deadline for Part NCC
Any Non-Commercial Operators with Complex Motor-Powered Aircraft registered within the EASA member states are obligated to comply with the Part-NCC regulations latest by
25th August 2016.
What is required from affected operators?
Operators will need to be familiar with the EASA Basic Regulation and the Air Operations Regulation. They will also need to comply with the detailed implementing rules in Annex III (Part-ORO Organisation Requirements) and Annex VI (Part-NCC). If an operator needs specific approvals, for example, covering low visibility operations, performance based navigation or dangerous goods; they will need to comply with elements of Annex V (Part-SPA).

Affected operators need to understand the rules and ensure they are in compliance.
Scope of Part-NCC
Part-NCC is an OPS regulation applying to...
Non-complex Operator
...engaged in
Non-commercial operations
complex motor-powered aircraft
...and having its
principal place of business
in one of the

Member States.
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Tel: +41 (0) 817405044
Email: info@aeroex.eu

AeroEx GmbH
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9470 Buchs,
Definition of Commercial Operation
Definition Complex Motor-Powered Aircraft

Personnel Requirements

Operations Manual

Safety Management System

Compliance Monitoring

Specific Approvals
Non-Commercial Operators
Today Part-NCC
AIR OPS Regulation
Initial Support
Continuous Support
• Familiarization with and training of the new EASA Regulation
• Gap Analysis
• EASA compliant and customized manual preparation (OM)
• Assistance in the process of obtaining Specific Approvals (RVSM, MNPS, PBN, LVO, etc.)
• Assistance in compiling Minimum Equipment List (MEL)
• Setup of a Compliance Monitoring Program with optional application of AeroEx’ new audit software AMAS II
• Interim Management Services (Project Manager, Safety Manager, Compliance Manager, etc.)
• IS-BAO Consulting and Certification

Project Management
Manual revision services
Implementation of Safety Management Systems (SMS)
Audits, Compliance Monitoring

What We Offer:
AeroEx GmbH, in partnership with WebManuals Sweden AB, is offering a Cloud application platform for the digitization of manuals. Continuous EASA compliance is ensured by AeroEx through an always current Compliance Library.
EASA requires the Non-commercial Operator of Complex Motor-powered aircraft to notify (Declare) to the competent authority the means by which they will comply with Part-NCC.
Therefore, Part NCC operators may declare the IS-BAO Implementation and Registration as a major part of meeting the requirements specified by the EASA rules for the Non-commercial Operation of Complex Motor-powered aircraft.
The services offered by AeroEx regarding IS-BAO:
IS-BAO Implementation support
IS-BAO Registration Audits
Safety Management Systems (SMS)
Complete Safety Management and Safety Assurance Programs
SMS Gap Analysis
Custom SMS Tools and Document Templates
Process Integration
Safety Audits and Safety Evaluations
Manual and Process Documentation
The AMAS II (Aviation Management Audit System) audit software is used to monitor compliance with both legal requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and international industry standards. The entire audit process, i.e. internal and external audits is controlled and documented by this software.
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