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Old March 21st 18, 06:51 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
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Hello David

Thank you for information. Maybe I didn't write it clear, but we are not under FAA but under EASA supervision. I've started to communicate with our civil aviation authority how to easiest approve some STC (or different solution) from NZ or from Canada.

Martin
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Old March 21st 18, 11:39 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
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On Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at 2:51:05 AM UTC-4, wrote:
Hello David

Thank you for information. Maybe I didn't write it clear, but we are not under FAA but under EASA supervision. I've started to communicate with our civil aviation authority how to easiest approve some STC (or different solution) from NZ or from Canada.

Martin


EASA-Transport Canada bilateral agreement https://www.easa.europa.eu/document-...ents/eu-canada .
Then download
TECHNICAL IMPLEMENTATION PROCEDURES FOR AIRWORTHINESS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION Under The Agreement On Civil Aviation Safety Between The Government Of Canada And The European Union* Revision 18 September 2017

and look at page 26, transfer of an STC.


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Old March 27th 18, 09:12 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
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On Thursday, 19 October 2017 18:25:26 UTC+13, Ramy wrote:
Our club is looking for a tow hook for 182, in particular Schweizer (partnumber 0500228-2) which is the STC'd approved hook for the Cessna 182. Any pointers are welcome.

Thanks

Ramy


Can anybody tell me if the EASA/Canada Bilateral treats a "Serial" STC differently from a (non-serialised) STC. We recently spent a tidy sum having an additional serial number added to a SSTC (all aircraft involved being on the Canadian register). Further question, can a Canadian SSTC be amended to add aircraft not currently on the Canadian Register. Arcane questions I'm sure, but may assist our ability to support Ramy's enquiry.

David
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Old March 27th 18, 09:19 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
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On Wednesday, 21 March 2018 19:51:05 UTC+13, wrote:
Hello David

Thank you for information. Maybe I didn't write it clear, but we are not under FAA but under EASA supervision. I've started to communicate with our civil aviation authority how to easiest approve some STC (or different solution) from NZ or from Canada.

Martin


Martin

PM me dmoody365 at... and I'll get you some data for a first look
David
 




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