As of 25th of August 2016, a new regulation called Part-NCC will be enforced on private operators.
From that date, non-commercial operators (including owner-pilots) of complex aircraft based in one of the 32 “EASA states” (note this is EASA, not EU, therefore it equally applies to Switzerland) and operators from third-party countries who operate aircraft into Europe, must comply with the new Air Operations Regulation (EU) No. 965/2012, namely Part-NCC.
The principal objective of this new regulation is to increase safety through standardizing safety requirements for both private and commercial operators.
Albinati Aeronautics has always made operational safety its highest priority, and has been delivering on this promise to its customers since the start, over 15 years ago. Having the necessary expertise and resources to help you through the complexity of Part-NCC requirements, we can assist you with the following:
Development and implementation of Operation Manuals (OM) based on the Part-NCC;
Implementation of Safety Management System (SMS);
Audits and inspections of aircraft and operations;
Ensuring that pilots’ qualifications to carry out their flight duties are up-to-date;
Ensuring continuing airworthiness;
Ensuring that authority requirements for flight operations are fully met.
As a reputed and experienced operator holder of both Swiss and Maltese AOCs, Albinati Aeronautics can identify and evaluate your specific needs to satisfy Part-NCC requirements, offer cost-effective solutions and the Swiss quality of full-range service.
Should you wish to receive more information on the subject and find out what we can do for you, do not hesitate to contact us by calling on +41 22 306 1060 or by sending an email to email@example.com.
Geneva - Malta, May 2016