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  1. As part of the EU Counter Terrorism Agenda, EU Protective Security Advisors undertook jointly with the Directorate of Civil Aviation, The Airport Police Unit and Customs management a security assessment of the landside of the airport of Luxembourg. A good example of partnership and exchange of best practices.

  2. The National Plan for Aviation Safety (NPAS) is now available. This document, which is directly linked to the National Aviation Safety Program, highlights variable elements such as the risks identified and includes concrete actions resulting from the European Plan for Aviation Safety, the DAC safety analysis and feedback from Luxembourg's aviation stakeholders.

  3. The latest aviation safety report containing information on the safety performance of civil aviation in Luxembourg during 2020 is now available.

  4. This first UAS Professional Forum organized by the DAC aims to address various topics and questions around the UAS SPECIFIC category. At this event, all professional operators will have the opportunity to exchange on their experiences and further deepen their understanding of the EU Drone Regulation.

  5. In order to ensure the safety of people on the ground and other airspace users, the new European regulation on drones (UAS) provides a series of safety measures to be observed by every UAS pilot. The Directorate of Civil Aviation recalls the essential rules for all UAS users in the OPEN category through posters which are available here!

  6. The Year Of Security Culture (YOSC) is an initiative of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) aiming to raise security awareness and promote a positive security culture in aviation operations across the world.

  7. On January 27, 2021, the European Union Safety Agency (EASA) has officially declared the Boeing 737 MAX to be safe for its return to service. This statement is the result of a full and independent assessment carried by EASA.

  8. The latest aviation safety report containing information on the safety performance of civil aviation in Luxembourg during 2019 has just been published.

  9. All the relevant pieces of European legislation in relation with the “TRADE AND COOPERATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE EUROPEAN ATOMIC ENERGY COMMUNITY, OF THE ONE PART, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND, OF THE OTHER PART” have been published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 31 December 2020

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