Promociones de seguridad




    Hello, my name is Isaura, I am Virtual Aeronautical Engineer and I work in the Air Navigation Coordination of AESA.

    My name is a tribute to Isaura Clavero Paradiñeiro, the first Aeronautical Engineer in our country.

    Among my skills are:

    • Publicise curious facts about the world of aviation.
    • Present new ways to work at EASA.
    • Informing about events (e.g. Conferences with Industry).
    • Instruct on new topics (e.g. New Regulations).
    • Communicate notices.
    • Give additional information about our activity.

    I want to spread the world of aviation and promote safety, through interesting stories that will allow us to strengthen our knowledge in the sector and improve the user experience with the State Aviation Safety Agency.
    If you think you have a story that I could share with the rest of us, let me know through the mailbox

    Join this new initiative with Isaura and we'll be loud!

    Follow us on social networks Youtube and @AESA.Spain

    Chapter 1: Harriet Quimby, pioneer of American aviation.

    Chapter 2: Declaration Renewal of Airworthiness Certificates for aircraft construction by amateurs.




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Working Groups and Committees of Experts

ICAO-wide activities and working groups

Activities and Working Groups at European level

    Active groups

    • Safety Management Technical Body of EASA (SM TEB EASA)

    Group led by EASA with members of the aviation authorities of EU States where initiatives at European level in the field of safety (EPAS, implementation of SSP and SMS, standardisation, etc.) are discussed.

    • Acceptable Level of Safety Performance Working Group associated with SM TEB EASA

    Development of guidance material for Member States on the concept of ALoSP.

    • NOA, Network of Analysts.

    The objective of the NoA is to develop the formal process for analysing safety data at European level. The members of the NoA belong to the aeronautical authorities and the investigating authorities of the EASA Member States.

    Information about this group

    • Data4Safety, The European Big Data Programme for Aviation Safety.

    The objective of the programme is to obtain security information from different sources (event report, FDM, Eurocontrol...) to enhance the data-based preventive approach.

    Information about this group

    • European Aviation System Planning Group (EASPG).

    Working Group for the Harmonisation and Joint Planning of Civil Aviation Safety Initiatives in the States of the European Union and the rest of the States of the ICAO EUR Region.

    The first meeting of this group took place in December 2019.

    • AST-FD, Eurocontrol Annual Summary Template Focal Point.


    Non-active groups

    • ECast, European Commercial Aviation Safety Team.

    ECast focuses on the operations of large fixed-wing aircraft, and aims to further improve the operational safety of commercial aviation in Europe, and of European citizens worldwide. It was launched in October 2006. ECast is a partnership between EASA, other European regulators and the aviation industry

    • EHEST, European Helicopter Safety Team.

    It was launched in November 2006. It brings together manufacturers, operators, research organisations, regulators and some European military operators. EHEST is part of ESSI and is the European component of the IHST (International Helicopter Safety Team). Its commitment is to contribute to the objective of reducing the helicopter accident rate by 80 % by 2016 and, in particular, to improve operational safety in Europe.

    AESA collaborates in the Spanish translation of the products produced by EHEST to facilitate their promotion. The translated products are:


    • EGAST, European General Aviation Safety Team.

    It brings together General Aviation Associations and European authorities. It is a forum for sharing best practices, improving data sources and promoting operational security.

    ECast, EHEST and EGAST are part of the ESSI, European Strategic Safety Initiative. The ESSI initiative is a partnership in the field of aviation safety between EASA and other regulators and industry. The objective of the ESSI initiative is to improve operational safety for European citizens and around the world through safety analysis, implementation of cost-efficient action plans, and coordination with other initiatives around the world.


    • EAFDM, European Authorities Coordination Group on Flight Data Monitoring.

    The objective of this group consisting only of Authorities and EASA is to facilitate the exchange of information about the FDM in order to obtain the maximum benefit from the safety information provided by the FDM.

    Information about this group

    • European Operators Flight Data Monitoring (EofDM).

    The aim of this group consisting only of Operators and EASA is to facilitate the exchange of information about the FDM in order to make the most of the safety information provided by the FDM.

    The collaboration of EASA, National Authorities and Air Operators on Flight Data Processing (FDM) for the improvement of operational safety is currently taking place within the Data4Safety project.


Activities and Working Groups at the national level

    • Committee of Experts on Aircraft Safety

    The Committee of Experts on Aircraft Safety was created by the Shock Plan drawn up by the Ministry of Public Works in 2005, with the aim, in principle, of advising the DGAC (now AESA) in setting its priorities in the planning of inspection activities, as well as of validating the procedures used therein, providing the knowledge and experience of recognised experts in the sector, representing various sectors of the industry, as well as various corporations and professional groups involved in air transport.

    EASA has now transformed the working model of the Committee with the approval of the new terms of reference that require its composition, scope and working methods. The two key measures introduced by EASA are the creation of a Plenary and Study Groups, composed of EASA professionals and qualified experts in the sector. These commissions will carry out studies and analyses on issues of greater relevance affecting aircraft safety, following the objectives set by the Committee Plenary, whose agreed results will be implemented by EASA. With this new configuration, the Committee will provide an effective diagnostic tool by advising EASA on the relevant measures to be put in place for the continuous improvement of aviation safety.

    • The plenary session of this committee is chaired by the Director of AESA and is composed of a minimum of 15 members, appointed by the Professional Associations of Aeronautical Engineers, Aeronautical Engineers, Pilots, the two most representative associations of airlines (ACETA and AECA), the collective of Aircraft Maintenance Technicians, the collective of Cabin Crews of Passengers, the instrumental companies serving AESA, the CIAIAC as well as the Aeronautical Authority itself.
    • The following commissions of study were established
      • Safety Management Systems (SMS) in Air Operators. Safety Indicators and Risk Assessment Methodologies
      • Ground operations and flight clearance
      • Helicopters and Air Works
      • Instruction

    Each Study Group prepares a paper and, where appropriate, informative material to be presented to the Committee and discussed in plenary session.

    The Commissions are composed of a group of experts on the subject submitted for study, with a secretary appointed by the Director of EASA and a chair elected from among its members by the Committee president, who in turn will be part of the plenary session, in his own right.

    • FDM Forum

    The objective of this group consisting only of Spanish commercial air transport operators and AESA is to facilitate the exchange of information about the FDM in order to obtain the maximum benefit from the safety information provided by the FDM.


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Safety Assessment Memories

    The Safety Assessment Report is one of the tools for promoting and disseminating information related to the safety of civil aviation of EASA.

    It is produced annually and provides a comprehensive and detailed overview of the level of safety present at the state level, in an objective way, to all persons related to the world of aviation.

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State Safety Program (SSP) Newsletters

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Information material for safety promotion

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Directives and Guide Material

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    Hola, me llamo Isaura, soy Ingeniera Aeronáutica virtual y trabajo en la Coordinación de Aeronavegabilidad de AESA.

    Mi nombre es un homenaje a Isaura Clavero Paradiñeiro, la primera Ingeniera Aeronáutica de nuestro país.

    Entre mis habilidades están:

    • Dar a conocer datos curiosos acerca del mundo de la aviación.
    • Presentar nuevas formas de trabajar en AESA.
    • Informar acerca de eventos (Ej. Jornadas con la Industria).
    • Instruir sobre temas nuevos (Ej. Nueva normativa).
    • Comunicar avisos.
    • Dar información adicional sobre nuestra actividad.

    Quiero divulgar el mundo de la aviación y promover la seguridad, a través de historias interesantes que nos permitirán fortalecer nuestro conocimiento en el sector y mejorar la experiencia de los usuarios con la Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea.
    Si crees que tienes una historia que yo podría compartir con el resto de nosotros, házmelo saber a través del Buzón

    Únete a esta nueva iniciativa con Isaura y ¡volaremos alto!

    Síguenos en redes sociales Youtube y @AESA.Spain

    Capítulo 1: Harriet Quimby, pionera de la aviación norteamericana.

    Capítulo 2: Renovación Declarativa de los Certificados de aeronavegabilidad de aeronaves construcción por aficionados.




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Material divulgativo de promoción de la seguridad

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