Presentation on theme: "EASA Executive Interior Requirements Working Group GAMA CMS October 18, 2011."— Presentation transcript:
EASA Executive Interior Requirements Working Group GAMA CMS October 18, 2011
EASA EIR Working Group Background and Tasking Membership Program Plan List of Issues (so far) Summary
Background and Tasking Create an EASA equivalent to SFAR 109 Eliminate the need for so many CRIs, special conditions, deviations for executive interiors First suggested by Dassault and Airbus Corporate Jet Center ASD made formal proposal through SSCC in December 2010 Different in that it is a stakeholder-led group Led by industry with EASA support In March EASA accepted proposal for stakeholder-led process June published draft ToR with invitation to participate Group has two identifiers RMT.0264 and MDM.066
Background and Tasking Objective: Establish an Executive Interior Rules (EIR) that will complement CS-25 by introducing new provisions and associated ACJ/AMC for executive interiors, taking into account the compensating factors offered by such interiors and associated operations. This effort should also work to ensure harmonisation with the applicable 14 CFR Part 25 regulations. Specific tasks and interface issues (Deliverables): Establish an Executive Interior Rules (EIR) that will complement CS-25 by introducing new provisions and associated AMCs for executive interiors, taking into account the compensating factors offered by such interiors and associated operations. This effort should also work to ensure harmonisation with the applicable 14 CFR Part 25 regulations.
EIR Working Group Membership Industry Jean-Marc Billaud – Dassault (Chairman) Joe Sambiase -- GAMA Olivier Sarrazin – Airbus Corporate Jet Center Pierpaulo Savino -- Jet Aviation Bernd Staffel -- Lufthansa Technik Tom Peters – Embraer EASA Peter Chittenden -- Manager of Cabin Safety Experts Jean-Bruno Marciacq – Rulemaking Directorate One PCM to be added
Project Gates and Progress Review Meetings Projects’ Gates Definitions Program Plan KOM EASA Final Rule Drafted Sept 2011 Nov 2011 Jan 2012 Mar 2012 May 2012 Jul 2012 G0 G0 Objective = - EASA to set EIR Group Global Framework - EIR Group to establish its working method (i.e. Agreement on this proposal?) G1 G1 Objective = - Agree on « how » to reach EIR Group Objective (regulatory tool selection) - Identify « key parameters/questions » that need to be fixed/answered as a priority? G2 G2 Objective = - Freeze decisions on « key parameters » with EASA agreement - Plan consecutive actions up to final rule proposal G3 G3 Objective = - Deliver Final Rule (Draft = EIR Group achievement) - EASA closure review before start of NPA Process
Global Project Schedule & Milestones From EASA Kick-Off Meeting to Final Rule Program Plan KOM EASA Sept 2011 Publication Decision Q Final Rule Drafted July 2012 Public comments EIR Working Period 9 months CRD Q EASA NPA process Meetings (in-person or by phone) monthly
List of Issues (so far) Fundamental Issues How to define executive aircraft/interior? Same issue that Frank F. raised in our May meeting (“What is private use?”) Peter is particularly concerned about executive interior “alleviation” being used in commercial first class interiors How to objectively define an executive interior and exclude first class? On the other hand, Peter said that some EIRWG proposals could be used in commercial/air carrier applications (glass panels, showers, etc.) How to accommodate/define charter operation? No EASA equivalent to 14 CFR part 119 and 135 Create new CS-VIP or include changes in CS 25 Participation of FAA, other authorities
List of Issues (so far) Technical Issues/Ideas..\easa trip\Cópia de EIRWGIdeas.xls
Summary Group has just started work Next meeting—October at Lufthansa Technik This meeting will have FAA participation Additional items for the “idea list” would be welcome. Questions??