Joint Aviation Authorities Training Organisation (JAA TO)
1970, to meet the needs of European industry for common certification codes for large aircraft and engines, especially those manufactured by international consortia. Activities commenced 1971; work extended, 1987, to operations, maintenance, licensing and certification/design standards for all classes of aircraft. Originally referred to as European Joint Airworthiness Requirements Body (JAR) or Joint Airworthiness Authorities. Subsequently known as Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA). Since autumn 2003, rule making activities gradually transferred to D-XJ7382 - European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), while the upcoming close-down of the former JAA-system was processed by means of a transition phase. Transferred into Joint Aviation Authorities - Transition (JAA T), with Liaison Office (JAA LO) at EASA and Training Organization in Hoofddorp (Netherlands). All former responsibilities of JAA transferred to EASA, 19 Mar 2008; JAA LO disbanded, 30 Jun 2009. Training Organization continued under current title, registered in accordance with Dutch law, and as an associated body of F-XD0621 - European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC).
Offer quality training courses on European aviation safety rules and regulations to both authority and industry personnel; contribute to aviation safety as a whole by enhancing understanding aviation safety rules and regulations.
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