Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement Mexico

September 12, 2021 at 3:10 pm

The DGAC, as the regulatory authority in Mexico, which implements the BASA, is also faced with an adaptation to the current needs of specialized markets, within the framework of cooperation between nations such as the United States, and, as such, it must address the ability to enforce its provisions, rules and agreements, as implemented in the Chicago Convention, the Convention on International Civil Aviation of the International Civil Aviation Organization, have been affected. and other international treaties signed by Mexico, Mexican civil aviation and other national laws and rules, as well as their technical and official standards. Where those standards are sufficiently equivalent or compatible to permit the recognition of findings of conformity, the civil aviation authorities shall carry out written representation procedures describing the methods of mutual recognition in respect of that technical speciality. An additional document, an implementation procedure for airworthiness, will be developed for aircraft certification. The purpose of the IPA is to outline civil aviation products, parts and equipment qualified for import into the United States and Mexico and to describe the requirements and border activities between authorities to import and sustainably support these civil aeronautical products, parts and equipment. Mexico is one of the most powerful air markets in Latin America and has close air relations with a large number of Member States.