Συστάσεις 2016

General

Safety Recommendation Number:

2016-04 -- Date Issued: 27/07/2016 -- Addressee:Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA)
Why this Recommendation was Developed: link_64Synoptic Report Ε03/2016
Status: CLOSED - Adequate SR_CLOSED
Recommendation

Safety Recommendation Number:

2016-04 -- Date Issued: 27/07/2016
Why this Recommendation was Developed: link_64Synoptic Report Ε03/2016
Addressee: Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA)
Status: CLOSED - Adequate
Recommendation: It has been observed that many airports of the Greek territory which accommodate International Flights have not been licensed according to the regulation framework for the operation and exploitation of them.
2016-04 The HCAA shall make provision for the implementation of regulation framework concerning the issue of Licence for operation and exploitation of airports which accommodate International flights without having the appropriate licence.
Response

Safety Recommendation Number:

2016-04 -- Date Issued: 27/07/2016
Why this Recommendation was Developed: link_64Synoptic Report Ε03/2016
Addressee: Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA)
Status: CLOSED - Adequate
Response: ΗCAA states in its letter of 28/9/2018 [HCAA/D3/A/23103/6675/28.09.2018] : "Safety Recommendations 2016-03 about Marking of International Airport Parking Areas and 2016-04 about Certification of Airports Receiving International Flights: These safety recommendations, issued after an aircraft ground collision at Mykonos Airport's Apron [LGMK] during aircraft ground maneuvering, we inform you that under the Concession Agreement and the basis of Regulations (EC) 216/2018 (EU) and 139/2014, airport certificates of the 14 airports granted to Fraport Greece in December 2017 were issued, Mykonos Airport included [LGMK]. These safety recommendations have been fully implemented regarding the airports granted to Fraport Greece, while the certification procedure of other airports covered by Regulations (EC) 216/2018 (EU) and 1394/2014 is in progress.” [The response is assessed as “Adequate” by AAIASB setting this safety recommendation state as “closed” with document AAIASB/3716/26.10.2018]
General

Safety Recommendation Number:

2016-03 -- Date Issued: 27/07/2016 -- Addressee:Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA)
Why this Recommendation was Developed: link_64Synoptic Report E03/2016
Status: CLOSED - Adequate SR_CLOSED
Recommendation

Safety Recommendation Number:

2016-03 -- Date Issued: 27/07/2016
Why this Recommendation was Developed: link_64Synoptic Report E03/2016
Addressee: Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA)
Status: CLOSED - Adequate
Recommendation: It has been observed at many airports which are located in the Greek territory and accommodate International Flights that they do not have markings at the Apron Area.
2016-03: The Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority shall make provision for the immediate marking of the Apron Areas of Greek International Airports which are not appropriately marked.
Response

Safety Recommendation Number:

2016-03 -- Date Issued: 27/07/2016
Why this Recommendation was Developed: link_64Synoptic Report E03/2016
Addressee: Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA)
Status: CLOSED - Adequate
Response: ΗCAA states in its letter of 28/9/2018 [HCAA/D3/A/23103/6675/28.09.2018] : "Safety Recommendations 2016-03 about Marking of International Airport Parking Areas and 2016-04 about Certification of Airports Receiving International Flights: These safety recommendations, issued after an aircraft ground collision at Mykonos Airport's Apron [LGMK] during aircraft ground maneuvering, we inform you that under the Concession Agreement and the basis of Regulations (EC) 216/2018 (EU) and 139/2014, airport certificates of the 14 airports granted to Fraport Greece in December 2017 were issued, Mykonos Airport included [LGMK]. These safety recommendations have been fully implemented regarding the airports granted to Fraport Greece, while the certification procedure of other airports covered by Regulations (EC) 216/2018 (EU) and 1394/2014 is in progress.” [The response is assessed as “Adequate” by AAIASB setting this safety recommendation state as “closed” with document AAIASB/3716/26.10.2018]
General

Safety Recommendation Number:

2016-02 -- Date Issued: 11/03/2016 -- Addressee:Manufacturer: Aero Adventure Aviation (ex: Arnet Pereyra Inc)
Why this Recommendation was Developed: link_64Report 01/2016
Status: OPEN - Response awaited SR OPEN
Recommendation

Safety Recommendation Number:

2016-02 -- Date Issued: 11/03/2016
Why this Recommendation was Developed: link_64Report 01/2016
Addressee: Manufacturer: Aero Adventure Aviation (ex: Arnet Pereyra Inc)
Status: OPEN - Response awaited
Recommendation: 2016-02 Aero Adventure Aviation, the manufacturing company of the assembled ‘AVENTURA II’ amphibian, to examine the possibility of equipping the ampfibian with fuel tank draining system.
Response

Safety Recommendation Number:

2016-02 -- Date Issued: 11/03/2016
Why this Recommendation was Developed: link_64Report 01/2016
Addressee: Manufacturer: Aero Adventure Aviation (ex: Arnet Pereyra Inc)
Status: OPEN - Response awaited
Response:
General

Safety Recommendation Number:

2016-01 -- Date Issued: 11/03/2016 -- Addressee:Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA)
Why this Recommendation was Developed: link_64Report 01/2016
Status: OPEN - Not Adequate SR_Partially_accepted
Recommendation

Safety Recommendation Number:

2016-01 -- Date Issued: 11/03/2016
Why this Recommendation was Developed: link_64Report 01/2016
Addressee: Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA)
Status: OPEN - Not Adequate
Recommendation: Preamble:
It is known that there are many Ultra light Flying devices of all categories that are based and operate in Greece having Italian Registration issued from Aero Club d’ Italia, as the two seat amphibian ultralight involved in the accident. This mainly happens because by using two photographs, one private attestation and a deposit someone can acquire registration and an airworthiness certificate of the Ultra light Flying Device from the Italian Authority which has the supervision of ultra lights in Italy, whereas in Greece the procedures and inspections that are required from the ultra light flying devices Regulation and P.D 283/2001, concerning the airworthiness of amateur and other special category aircrafts, must be followed.
Safety Recommendation 2016-01: The Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority in collaboration with Aero Club d’ Italia, to examine if the Ultra light Flying Devices that are based in Greece and have Italian Registration meet the requirements of Italian Legislative framework concerning Ultra light Flying Devices.
Response

Safety Recommendation Number:

2016-01 -- Date Issued: 11/03/2016
Why this Recommendation was Developed: link_64Report 01/2016
Addressee: Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA)
Status: OPEN - Not Adequate
Response: HCAA replies with document [HCAA/D2/E/27860/8129/03.10.2018] that during written communication with Aero Club d’ Italia it was notified to HCAA a list of 72 ultralight aircrafts registered in Italy with Greek owners and that there is no maximum time limit for staying outside Italy for these aircrafts. [AAIASB assessed this reply with document AAIASB/4119/26.11.2018 as NOT ADEQUATE – OPEN]
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