Production Organisation Approvals (POAs) are managed by EASA in accordance with Subpart G of Regulation (EC) No 1702/2003. The agency is responsible for:
Basic Regulation: Regulation (EC) No 216/2008
Initial Airworthiness Regulation: Commission Regulation (EC) No 1702/2003
Note: These lists provide specific information about each POA. An explanatory note describing the codes and information used in these lists is available in Explanatory note on POA lists
|Organisation||POA Number||Status||Related Decision||Date|
|Koito Industries Limited||EASA.21G.0011||Suspended||Letter EASA D
ED Decision 2005/001/CF established the Agency's Internal Certification Working Procedures. This decision followed MB Decision 3/2004 of 3 February 2004 of the Management Board concerning the general principles related to the certification procedures to be applied by the Executive Director for issuing of certificates for organisations (referred to by the Agency as the 'OCP Decision').
EASA POA related procedures are integrated into EASA Quality Management System.
In addition to the essential requirements, their implementing rules and their associated AMC and GM, EASA has developed a user guide with annexes describing the process to apply for an EASA POA and the process to manage an EASA POA.
The following forms should be completed by applicants seeking Part 21 Subpart G approval, see Application forms page
Note: the purpose of Form 4 is to enable the POA Team Leader to confirm to the applicant the identity of those managers nominated in accordance with Part 21 Subpart G.
The Agency is applying fees for its certification activities since 1 June 2005. Starting with the 1st of June 2007, a new scheme of fees is detailed in the 'Fees & Charges' (Commission Regulation (EC) No 593/2007).
Inquiries relating to the Agency's Production Organisation Approvals should be addressed to: foreignpoa .at. easa .point. europa .point. eu