Airworthiness News

BGA TNS 2-2020 published

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BGA Technical News Sheet 2-2020 has been published and can be viewed here.

Part M Light

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As previously reported, Part M Light came into force on the 24th March 2020 as part of changes brought about by EASA’s GA Strategy and the move towards proportionate regulation of GA. The BGA has updated the relevant documents published on the members website to reflect the changes, and has…

Part-M Light

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As previously reported, Part-M Light, the revised maintenance rules for sailplanes and other light EASA aircraft, comes into force this year. With impeccable timing, a number of ‘Part-ML’ changes apply with effect from 24th March 2020, with other changes due in October 2020. Whilst the BGA has already addressed most…

Important Update - BGA Courses and Seminars

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Due to the fast-developing COVID19 situation, the BGA regrets that with immediate effect, all BGA courses and seminars will be indefinitely postponed. We will aim to deliver as many courses and seminars as possible as soon as the situation changes. We are assessing the possibility of delivering some online training….

Seat Harnesses AMP updated

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The BGA AMP re seat harness maintenance has been updated. You can view the publication here.

Technical News Sheet (TNS) 1-2019

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The BGA TNS 1-2019 has been published. As ever, this publication includes important information aimed at BGA inspectors and aircraft owners. You can view TNS 1-2019 here.

CS-STAN (AMP 2-7) updated

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The BGA Airworthiness and Maintenance Procedure for CS-STAN has been updated. This information is aimed at glider owners and inspectors. Please read more here.

Battery Maintenance and Testing (AMP 4-9) updated

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The BGA Airworthiness and Maintenance Procedure for Battery Maintenance and Testing has been updated and includes important guidance on the airworthiness of battery mounts. This information is aimed at glider owners and inspectors. Please read more here.

CAA adds new requirements on aircraft issued with non-UK ARC

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Without any discussion with recreational aviation stakeholders, the CAA has decided that UK aircraft that are issued with an ARC by a CAMO outside the UK must produce copies of a number of documents in addition to a copy of the ARC, ie; Copy of EASA form 14 for Part…

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