TAG Aviation launches Part-NCC compliance solution


TAG Aviation has launched a new service to help private business jet owners and operators of aircraft with a principal EU place of business or residence with the complexities and personal liabilities associated with the EASA Part-NCC regulations that come into force on August 25, 2016.

Part-NCC requires each private operator to adhere to the same essential requirements as commercial air transport operators, but the rules are proportionate. Along with the creation and maintenance of an operations manual, every owner or operator must submit a Compliance Declaration to their National Aviation Authority, accepting responsibility, accountability and liability for their operation under these new regulations.

“We understand that compliance is not a simple process, at times being both complicated and time consuming,” said Florent Sériès, vice president sales and marketing, TAG Aviation Europe.

“TAG’s unique solution will also provide owners with the complete piece of mind that their aircraft will be operated to the highest safety and airworthiness standards and meet the regulatory requirements of the European law and of the State of Registry.”

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