Regulation (EU) 965/2012 has been amended by European Commission Regulation (EU) 800/2013 so as to provide more detailed rules for certain aspects of commercial and non-commercial aviation operations.
Most notably, detailed rules have been laid down for the ramp inspection of aircraft that are operated under the regulatory oversight of another member state from the one on whose territory the aircraft is located at the time of the ramp inspection.
The regulation also sets conditions for the issuing, maintaining, amending, limiting, suspending or evoking of the certificates of operators of aircraft engaged in commercial air transport operations and the conditions under which operations will be prohibited, limited or subject to certain conditions in the interest of safety…
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