Obligations for Type Certificate Holders as per EASA Part 21

Type Certificate approval and maintenance come with a handful of requirements for manufacturer companies

Obligations for TC STC TCH Part 21 EASA

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These are the topics covered by our white paper: “Obligations for Type Certificate holders & applicants according to EASA Part 21”. A quick guide to becoming and staying a fully compliant TCH.

Obligations for TC STC TCH Part 21 EASA

Obbligations for Type Certificate applicants and holders

From application to continued airworthiness

Before an applicant can become a Type Certificate Holder they must demonstrate their capability in design practices. The applicant will prepare the documentation for application and once TC is achieved, the THC must comply with the continued airworthiness obligations.

Operational Suitability Data, how much is enough?

From maintenance certifying staff training syllabus to Master Minimum Equipment List, the documentation bundle seems like a never ending endeavour. Clarify the extend of EASA’s demands according to your product type rating.

Continued airworthiness never ends, so set up solid processes

The key to successfully maintaining Type Certificate with no unpleasant surprises is to set up solid processes that comply with EASA requirements. How much technical expertise and resources will you need to allocate into FRACAS and occurrence reporting? 

Who is this publication addressed to?

Engineering leads in OEM Organizations

Design and manufacture companies for aircraft or aircraft engines who seek to certify newly designed products need a clear picture of the Type Certificate obbligations to efficiently allocate resources for engineering activities. 

Aircraft, Rotorcraft and UAVs systems suppliers

Companies that manufacture airborne elements and who sell to companies in the aerospace industry with a high level of certification requirements can provide more value for their customers by facilitating the development of the required documentation and tracking for TCH.

Worldwide Aircraft & Rotorcraft manufacturers

Aerospace players in the global market who seek a better understanding of the supply chain certification standards set by the EU and certification entities linked to EASA.

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