Where Community law in the field of aviation safety is implemented at Member State level, EASA assists the European Commission in overseeing its effective application and uniform understanding.
Standardisation is the Agency's process of monitoring how the national aviation authorities (NAA's) apply EU Regulations in their countries and in the fields under their competence.
In doing so, the Agency works to the Not less, Not more principle:
Read more about Standardisation Inspections and other Activities.
This Regulation lays down the working methods for conducting standardisation inspections of Member States' national aviation authorities in the fields covered by Article 1(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1592/2002.
Standardisation general inquiries: The Agency is responsible for monitoring through standardisation inspections the application of the EU aviation safety regulations by the national aviation authorities of the EU Member States. If you have any questions on the Agency's working methods in performing this task, or if you would like to present cases of non-uniform implementation of such regulations, please send an e-mail to standardisation .at. easa .point. europa .point. eu . This e-mail should be used for this purpose only.
For any other queries related to interpretation of rules and regulations, information on certification procedures or activities, rulemaking activities, etc., please go the Contacts page in order to get in touch with the appropriate service.