All new non-commercial operators must write and/or update the operating manual and implement a safety management system. The aircraft will also have to be registered with an organisation responsible for its continued airworthiness and meet flight crew training requirements.
“EASA Part-NCC” stands for “non-commercial complex aircraft operations”.
EASA Air Operations Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 Part-NCC applies to non-commercial flights in complex motor-powered aircraft and has for main purpose to ensure the highest level of safety and airworthiness in the world of private aviation
PART-NCC compliance implies the following:
Establishment of an Operations Manual (OM)
Establishment of a documented Management System
Designation of Nominated Persons
Implementation of an Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
Ensure operational compliance with PART-ORO, PART-SPA and PART-SPO as applicable
Ensure compliance with your Civil Aviation Authority requirements by August 25th