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Agency Rulemaking Process
Drafting and adoption of the Rulemaking Programme
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Comments are welcomed by the Agency on the following Notices of Proposed Amendments (NPAs). It may be requested to have the executive summary of the NPAs translated by sending an email to RPS .at. easa .point. europa .point. eu within three weeks from the publication of the NPA. This request has to be motivated and is subject to availability of budget resources. The translation process may take from 4 to 6 weeks.
A Member State can request - not later than two weeks prior the expiring of the consultation deadline - an extension of the consultation period for translating the NPA at its own expenses. Such an extension may not exceed the time of 1 month in order to avoid delays in the rulemaking process.
The Agency has developed a Comment Response Tool (CRT) that will be used to automate the consultation process for Notices of Proposed Amendments (NPAs). The CRT allows users to review NPAs and place their comments.
Expiration date for comments was: 27/11/2013 Send comments via CRT
Certification Specifications and Guidance Material for the development of the definition of scope of the aircraft validation source data to support the objective qualification of simulator(s) associated to the pilot type rating training (simulator data) - CS-SIMD
In light of the entering into force of Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 on 8th April 2008, at their meeting on 3rd December 2008, the JAAC supported the proposal to cancel all JAA tasks on the JAA Rulemaking Plan 2007/08, except for TGL 26. Any outstanding tasks were immediately transferred to EASA for further treatment under the EASA Rulemaking processes. The associated document has been added to the table below