Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/373 lays down an updated set of common requirements for providers of ATM/ANS and other air traffic management network functions, as well as relevant authorities. Although EU Regulation 2017/373 was published in March 2017, most of its provisions come into force from 2 January 2020.
The regulation covers general requirements for authorities and organisations, as well as annexes which detail specific requirements for the following services:
- Part-ATS: Air Traffic Services
- Part-MET: Meteorological services
- Part-AIS: Aeronautical Information Services
- Part-DAT: Data providers
- Part-CNS: Communication, Navigation, Surveillance
- Part-ATFM: Air Traffic Flow Management
- Part-ASM: Airspace Management
- Part-ASD: Airspace Design
- Part-NM: Network Manager
- Part-PERS: Personnel Requirements
EU Regulation 2017/373 will continue to develop, and Entry Point North follows the latest adjustments closely. To help our clients stay compliant with regulations, our courses strictly follow all training objectives and requirements in EU Regulation 2017/373, including all established acceptable means of compliances (AMCs) and guidance material (GM).
As one of the largest ATS academies in the world, Entry Point North has many years of experience in training delivery: currently our portfolio covers more than 150 clients from 48 countries. To find out how we can help you with your organisation’s training needs, please see our training overview (also showing course dates) or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.