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ANAC participated in a conference on civil aviation safety in the USA moderating two panels 

Brazil’s Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) informs that it participated in the FAA-EASA Safety Conference, held from June 11th to 13th, in Washington, USA. The event brings together leaders, industry representatives, and civil aviation authorities from around the world to discuss issues regarding international aviation security. At this year’s conference, ANAC was invited to moderate two panels, “Enhancing Efficiency with TSO/ETSOs”, coordinated by the superintendent of Airworthiness, Roberto Honorato, and “The Future of Flight Simulation for Training”, moderated by the superintendent of Operational Standards , Bruno Diniz Del Bel. The Agency’s delegation took advantage of the conference to strengthen and explore new partnerships with other civil aviation authorities. As a result, four new cooperation documents were signed: – Signing of the Technical Arrangement (TA-AC) with the Singapore authority (CAAS); – Signing an amendment to the ANAC-FAA IPA; – Signature of amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding with the authority of Switzerland (FOCA); and – Review of the Terms of Reference between ANAC and the Canadian authority (TCCA). Furthermore, important cooperation agendas in product certification were discussed with authorities from Japan, China, United Arab Emirates, European Union, United Kingdom, and with the Certification Management Team (CMT), a group that brings together ANAC, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA). One of the themes of this year’s conference was how authorities are organizing and structuring their regulations to accommodate the advanced air mobility system in the future, which deals with solutions to accommodate the traffic of electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles – eVTOLs. – https://aeroin.net/moderando-dois-paineis-anac-participou-de-conferencia-sobre-seguranca-da-aviacao-civil-nos-eua/