Resumption of pilot examinations. Click Here for more information
Aircrew that have COVID-19 symptoms should contact their Aeromedical Examiner (by phone not in person) to determine the appropriate course of action in connection to ongoing medical certification.
Aircraft operators and aerodrome operators should collaborate as much as possible with the public health authorities in providing support in passenger tracing and epidemiological investigation in the event of flights where a Coronavirus 2019-nCoV infection has been confirmed.
EASA Covid-19 Information - This page offers convenient links to all latest coronavirus-related information issued by EASA
- Interim advice for preparedness and response to cases of 2019-nCoV acute respiratory disease at points of entry in the European Union (EU)/EEA Member States (MS)
- Advice for aircraft operators for preparedness and response to the outbreak of 2019-nCoV acute respiratory disease
- Algorithm for decision making in response to an event of a suspect case of 2019-nCoV acute respiratory disease on board an aircraft
Link to ICAO new Airport and airspace restrictions tool
SIAN 01-20 - The scope of this SIAN is to reiterate the commitment of TM-CAD to foster and check the implementation of the COVID-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol and strongly encourages the relevant stakeholders (airport operators, aeroplane operators and other aviation stakeholders) to sign the Aviation Industry Charter for Covid-19.
More information for passengers and members of the public about Coronavirus can be found at the World Health Organisation website
You can find all the latest information at European Level on the European Commission Coronavirus website
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