Brinkley-Propeller has taken action to ensure the continuity of our EASA Part-145 approvals in the event of a No-Deal Brexit. Should this situation arise, the UK will in effect become what the EU and EASA terms a “third country” and current EASA approvals granted within the UK would therefore no longer be valid. Hence, components overhauled or repaired could not be used on EU registered aircraft.
In January 2019, we took the precautionary measure of applying to EASA for Third Country Approval (TCA), which I can now confirm has been accepted by EASA, and, in the event of a No Deal Brexit, this approval will be enacted with effect from 00:01 on 30th March 2019.
This arrangement ensures that we will, irrespective of the result of the Brexit negotiations, have the approvals in place to seamlessly continue providing you with the same service as we do today.
For further information, or should you have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact us on +44 (1767) 314954 or firstname.lastname@example.org