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EASA Adopts Certification Fees

It's going to cost more money to certify aviation products under EASA jurisdiction. The European Aviation Safety Agency has published a schedule of fees for its certification activities, to start 1 June 2005.

The fees are detailed in the "Fees and Charges" Regulation (EC No 488/2005) which was adopted by the European Commission last week and published in the EU Official Journal yesterday, 30 March. The Agency's charging system has been designed to be clear and transparent, taking into account the views of industry and other interested parties. It will be reviewed, and, if necessary, revised annually.

FMI: http://europa.eu.int/eur-lex/lex/JOHtml.do?uri=OJ:L:2005:081:SOM:EN:HTML (Commission Regulation 488/2005)


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