Airport Safety Course 
EASA Implementing Rules for Aerodromes 
Professional Certificate course, Face to Face: 5 days


The European Commission Regulation for Aerodromes (EU) No 139/2014 was published in the Official Journal of the EU on 12th February 2014 and came into effect on 6th March 2014. This course aims to provide EU and EEA Member States clear guidance and understanding of the Implementing Rules (IRs) and their Annexes to ensure a smooth transition from their existing national aerodrome regulations to the new regulation, while maintaining a high level of civil aviation safety and compliance, and reflecting best practices in the field of aerodromes, taking into account the applicable ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs).


Upon completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of the new EASA Aerodrome Regulation

  • Be fully aware of their responsibilities under the new regulation

  • Apply the new Aerodrome Regulation at their own aerodromes or aerodrome related activities

  • Describe the correlation and differences between EASA Certification Specifications and associated SARPs in relation to the new regulation.

  • Understand the change process between current national regulations and the new EASA Aerodrome Regulation

  • Understand methodologies used by EASA within the new Aerodrome Regulations

Who should attend?

  • Aerodrome Operations Directors/Managers/Supervisors
  • National Authority Regulators/Inspectors
  • Safety Directors/Managers/Supervisors/Officers
  • Ground Movement Controller/ Apron Controller
  • Strategic Development Managers
  • Aerodrome Planners and Project Managers
  • ARFFS Managers/Officers involved in Aerodrome Operations

Up-coming sessions

23-27 February 2015Bucharest, Romania$ 1,450 USD$ 2,100 USDRegister
01-05 June 2015Riga, Latvia$ 1,450 USD$ 2,100 USDRegister