AviationManuals launches solutions for EASA Part-NCC
AviationManuals is launching customised packages for private aircraft operators to comply with new European regulations. The new regulations cover “non-commercial flight operations with complex motor-powered aircraft,” commonly referred to as Part-NCC.
“AviationManuals has supported hundreds of European operators on various registries during the past 20 years with straightforward and convenient solutions.”
Mark Baier, CEO of AviationManuals said: “AviationManuals has supported hundreds of European operators on various registries during the past 20 years with straightforward and convenient solutions. In fact we have already provided tailored Part-NCC manuals to a number of operators.”
“These new safety regulations will be implemented soon and we are ready with customized solutions for private aircraft operators based in Europe or that regularly fly there. We provide a simple and convenient way to develop the manuals needed to comply with Part-NCC so that operators can worry about flying aircraft instead of developing documentation,” added Baier.
Ivo Bruni, captain of a Falcon 50 based in Lugano, Switzerland said, “After evaluating different providers, we decided on AviationManuals which quickly offered us solutions. The AviationManuals team did an outstanding job. They are highly professional, friendly and fast in answering requests. Their prices are very competitive compared to other providers of European NCC Manuals. We strongly recommend AviationManuals.”
Baier said the company is focusing its Part-NCC marketing efforts on central European countries that have a large base of private turbine powered aircraft. Targeted European areas include Austria, Belgium, Germany, Holland, northern Italy, Scandinavia, and Switzerland.
Beginning with ICAO Annex 6 Part II and then incorporating research and feedback from industry experts and customers, AviationManuals maintains the most up-to-date manuals available on the market at competitive prices. Each manual is compliant with all appropriate regulations and can incorporate IS-BAO standards and protocols if requested by the operators.