Transport Canada Easa Agreement

6.2. In the event of disagreement between the parties over the effectiveness of the measures taken, the notifying party may require the other party to take immediate steps to prevent the organization from carrying out maintenance tasks for civil aviation products under its control. If the other party does not take these measures within fifteen working days of the request of the notifying party, the powers conferred on the competent authority of the other party in accordance with this procedure are suspended until the matter is satisfactorily resolved by the joint committee in accordance with the provisions of the agreement. Pending the adoption by the Joint Committee of a decision on this matter, the notifying party may take all the measures it deems necessary to prevent the organization from carrying out, under its control, tasks of maintenance of civil aviation products. NOTE the respective commitments of the parties under bilateral, regional and multilateral agreements on civil aviation safety and environmental sustainability, you consult Canada`s agreements and agreements with other countries, regions or governing bodies; How to implement airworthiness for the authorisation of designs, Production activities, export authorization, post-project approval activities and technical assistance under the U.S. Government of America and The Government of Canada for Aviation Safety A similar agreement was signed in 2000 between Canada and the United States and had a positive impact on the Canadian civil aviation industry. , which leads to greater harmonization of safety requirements. CONSIDERING that each party has found, through a long practice of technical exchanges and bilateral agreements between Canada and members of the European Community (EC), that the other party`s standards and systems for airworthiness and certification or environmental acceptance of civil aviation products are equivalent to its own to make an agreement viable, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EEAS) will recognize certification of Canadian aviation products and services. , which allows the Canadian aviation industry to be much more competitive in the European market. Civil aviation safety will also be improved as EASA and Transport Canada work together to address safety issues. Technical Convention on airworthiness and environmental approval of civil aviation products under the bilateral protocol for the promotion of aviation safety between the Israel Transport and Civil Aviation Administration and the European Union Convention on the Implementation of Civil Aviation Maintenance Procedures as part of the Air Safety Promotion Agreement between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Canada 4.3.