The information contained in this comparative matrix is intended for the information of operators wishing to use the IS-BAO – an International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations as part of their means of complying with Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 and the associated Implementing Rules for the non-commercial operation of complex motor-powered aircraft, and to assist National Authorities in exercising regulatory oversight of such operators. It is provided for guidance only and must not be used as a definitive source of the Regulation and Implementing Rules. No one should act or rely on the basis of information contained in this document without referring to the applicable regulations and Implementing Rules. The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) shall not be held responsible for any loss or damage caused in any way, including by errors, omissions, inaccuracy, interpretation or misinterpretation, whether negligent or not. IBAC hereby disclaims any and all liability to any person in respect of anything done or omitted to be done by any person purportedly in reliance on this document.
IBAC Comparison EASA OPS Implementing Rules for Non-Commercial Operations and IS-BAO
By Phil Fountain|2018-08-12T21:18:00-05:00May 30th, 2014|
About the Author: Phil Fountain
Fountain & Associates, Inc. founder Phillip J. Fountain channeled more than 30 years of corporate aviation experience into the design and creation of the iIS-BAO Audit Protocol software. Fountain's experience includes more than 16,000 hours of flight time in six different business aircraft and 10 years of IS-BAO auditing experience. Fountain and Associates is not affiliated with the IBAC or the IS-BAO protocol in any way.