Middle East

EASA grants Jordan Aviation Airline “TCO” authorization

Tis Meyer / PlanePics.org

Jordan Aviation announced that it has been granted the EASA Third Country Operators (TCO) approval on 3 March 2016. EASA TCO authorizes a non-EU commercial air operator to fly to any of the current 32 EASA member states, based on the airline’s commitment to the highest safety international standards.
The assessment is based on ICAO standards and the authorization was granted based on Jordan Aviation’s commitment to conduct safe operations and to equip its aircraft with components that ensures the aircraft’s capability to fly safely, under its Air Operators Certificate “AOC” as issued by the Jordan’s Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission “CARC”, to all international destinations and not only to the EU states.

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