TAG Aviation has developed a Part-NCC compliance program to help business jet owners and operators meet new EASA regulations.
The Part-NCC guidelines became a requirement in August, and TAG Aviation is offering to reduce the complexity and personal liability involved. To date, it has managed the process for 16 clients’ aircraft.
The program sees TAG Aviation provide comprehensive support, including an organizational structure, operating produces, manuals, the supervision of crew training, and compliance monitoring. At the same time, the aircraft owners can feel reassured that there will be no lengthy delays, disruption or change to their day-to-day schedules in order to meet these goals by relying on TAG Aviation’s expertise.
Graham Williamson, president of aircraft management and charter services at TAG Aviation Europe, said, “If an established operator does not have the necessary infrastructure and systems in place, legal responsibility for the safe and proper operation of the aircraft defaults to the owner, who must ensure that it now meets the required Part-NCC standards.
“We provide owners with the complete peace of mind that their aircraft will continue to be operated to the highest standards of safety and airworthiness, while meeting the regulatory requirements of European law and of the State of Registry.”