EASA’s fully booked 10th Rotorcraft Symposium is planned Dec. 6 through Dec. 7 at EASA headquarters in Cologne, Germany. But the following two days are still open for EASA’s fourth AD Workshop, also at headquarters.
The symposium is set to host regulators, operators, researchers and others are encouraged to share ideas on airworthiness, operations and new technologies to promote rotorcraft safety. On the agenda this year are discussions about airworthiness certification standards, research projects, localizer performance with vertical guidance (LPV) approaches, hoists, crashworthiness, survivability and bird strike.
From Dec. 8 through 9, the workshop is set to host operators, organizations, design approval holders and the like to discuss mandatory continuing airworthiness information (MCAI). Safety information bulletins (SIB) and airworthiness directives (AD) will also be part of the discussion. EASA airworthiness directive professionals will provide presentations.