EASA & EMAR Agreements

From the initial gap analysis up to the implementation of a corrective action plan, Apave Aeroservices support our clients towards obtaining European certification approvals.
Apave Aeroservices and its experts (SMS, Quality, Airworthiness, Flight Operations, Airports) have acquired sound expertise by developing skills and methods that enable to steer and drive the certification/qualification process in a way that best meets the requirements of the Authorities and industrial stakeholders concerned.
Apave Aeroservices mainly focuses on processes and methodology related to meeting civil and military aviation certification regulations, supporting its aeronautical customers towards obtaining European approvals: airlines, airports, industry OEM, MRO, training centres for civil and state aviation.
We support our clients from the performance of the initial gap analysis up to the implementation of their corrective actions plan.

Our methodology covers 7 steps, that are illustrated below based on the example of EASA agreements – a similar approach applies for EMAR agreements:


1. Assistance to EASA / EMAR documents and forms required to apply to civil and military european requirement


2. On site Implementation Support & Change Management


3. Staff training including EASA / EMAR awareness training and aviation legislation + customized training as defined after initial assessment and required in the course of the project


4. Documentation revision (corrections, writing, additions, review of procedures, …) or assistance to documentation drafting (Handbook manuals, procedures associated, …)


5. Assessment of existing organization and gap analysis versus EASA / EMAR regulation (Production of roadmap definig action plan and required work)


6. Know How transfer to staff and airworthiness


7. Dry run audit before civil / military aviation audit and after implementation of all corrective actions



Did you know ?

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The European Union und the United States of America today signed two new Annexes to the Agreement on Cooperation in the Regulation of Civil Aviation Safety (BASA), expanding its areas of application to allow the conversion of pilot licences and to reduce duplication in the oversight of flight simulators.

Why choosing

Apave Aeroservices?

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International reach

Apave development has resulted in a network of about 40 international subsidiaries and with 20% of its 12.400 workforce and revenues coming from abroad. Apave Aeroservices is international by nature and rely on our shareholder’s commitment to further develop the proximity to our aviation customers.
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Apave Group is known for its historic associative culture. Apave Aeroservices is independent from any financial or industrial stakeholders, making it a trustful and reliable third party for risks assessment and risks management. Our core values are integrity, expertise and customer satisfaction.
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Service oriented

Apave Aeroservices is able to provide you with an access to one of the best and largest team of civil and military aviation safety experts available in Europe. Our SME and project managers respond quickly to your requests to identify your needs and to address your concerns.