„Third Country Operators engaging in Commercial Air Transport (CAT) to the EU will have to submit their TCO application within the first 6 months after Part-TCO has become applicable.“
The 6 month period started 26 May 2014 and ends with the deadline on 26 November 2014!
„Operators who fail to apply for a TCO authorisation within 6 months – until 26 November 2014 – after entry into force of Part-TCO may face delays in their authorisation process which could lead to a disruption of their operation to the EU until completion of their assessment and issuance of the TCO authorisation. It is therefore in the best interest of operators to apply for a TCO authorisation within the application period (6 months after Part-TCO entry into force).“
Any third-country operator who intends to perform commercial air transport (CAT) operations into, within or out of any of the following territories:
A TCO authorisation will not be required for operators only overflying the above mentioned territories without intended landing.
As TCO you need to comply with ICAO requirements which are compared against
EASA standards. You as TCO need to close the gaps between ICAO requirements and
FTD Consulting is a member of the EASA Consultants – a network of consultants covering every aspect of aviation. Within this alliance network we can support your TCO approval with:
We can help you to apply with EASA before 26 November 2014
FTD Consulting will support you in the transition Application, Evaluation, Preparation & Monitoring
For detailed information and support visit: http://www.ftd-consulting.com/TCO and sign up.