European Union Aviation Safety Agency

Address: Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer 3
D-50668 Cologne, Germany
Tel: +49 221 8999 000 Connect: Website: View website

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is responsible for ensuring safety and environmental protection in air transport in Europe.

What It Does

EASA’s role includes:

  • harmonising regulations and certification
  • developing the single EU aviation market
  • drawing up technical aviation rules
  • type certification of aircraft & components
  • approving companies that design, manufacture & maintain aeronautical products
  • providing safety oversight and support to EU countries (e.g. on air operations, air traffic management)
  • promoting European and global safety standards
  • working with international stakeholders to improve safety in Europe (e.g. the ‘EU air safety list’ – a list of banned operators).

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