EU-Latin America Cooperation on Civil Aviation I (EU-LAC APP I)

In December 2017 EASA signed a contract with the European Commission to manage an EU Aviation Project for the cooperation with Latin America and the Caribbean on Civil Aviation.

In line with the Europe 2020 strategy and the European Commission’s Aviation Strategy for Europe[1], this project will develop and support European and Latin America interests in Civil Aviation, with a focus on RSOOs such as ACSA, CASSOS, SRVSOP and the following countries - Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico - by strengthening institutional links, promoting regulatory harmonisation, addressing capacity limitations and supporting environmental protection and climate action.

[1] An Aviation Strategy for Europe, COM(2015) 598 final of 07.12.2015

To learn more about our activities, please see here.

About EU-LAC APP I

EU-Latin America Cooperation on Civil Aviation II (EU-LAC APP II)

On 21 December 2021 EASA signed a contract with the European Commission Foreign Policy Instrument (FPI) to manage an EU Aviation Project for the cooperation with Latin America and the Caribbean on Civil Aviation.

The new contract will be a continuation of the current EU LAC APP I, which comes to an end on 31 May 2022 after 4,5 years.

 

The new contract will run from 1 June 2022 until 31 May 2025 with the total budget of 4 million EUR.

About EU-LAC APP II

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The project is funded by the European Union 

and implemented by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency