Working procedures are a type of agreement with a foreign CAA with which the FAA has not entered into a bilateral agreement. They are used to define methods by enabling the FAA aircraft certification service to assist another state in authorizing aeronautical products and items exported from the United States to that state. Mexico has signed the Bilateral Aviation Security Agreement (BASA), part of the International Open Ski Initiative, with more than 40 countries. This effectively removes a step in the supply chain, as products no longer need to be subject to international control before being shipped to consumers for further assembly. Canada-Euse Civil Aviation Safety Agreement Consultations and agreements with other countries, regions or governing bodies. Technical Regulations for airworthiness recognition and environmental approval of civil aviation products as part of the bilateral aviation safety promotion agreement between the Transportation and Civil Aviation Administration By Israel As part of the agreement to promote aviation safety between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Canada, THE DGAC, as the supervisory body in Mexico that implements BASA, is also facing adaptation to the current needs of specialized markets. in collaboration with nations such as the United States, and as such, it must comply with its provisions, rules and agreements on the Chicago Convention, the International Civil Aviation Organization International Civil Aviation Convention, and other international treaties to which Mexico is signed, Mexican civil aviation and other national laws and rules and its technical and official standards. The Bilateral Aviation Security Agreement (BASA) is part of the International Open Skies Policy Initiative. The United States and Mexico have worked together for more than three years to end this agreement. BASA repeals the authorisation measures for certain goods related to the aviation industry of both countries.
This is the recognition of certifications of aviation products by the civil aviation authorities of the countries, which in turn promotes safety and environmental objectives. The Mexican Senate approved the agreement on October 8, 2009. All aerospace manufacturers in Mexico must comply with all requirements to obtain the “Manufacture Approval” of the Authority in order to continue any manufacturing/production process. The DGAC is the authority responsible for the assessment, qualification and enforcement of sanctions. Manufacturing approvals are based on documentation of the aviation manufacturing process. As part of this procedure, the authority has sequenced and summarized the purposes and provides a detailed list of requirements, responsibilities, certificates and other provisions applicable to obtain such authorizations. airworthiness implementation procedures including design approval, production activity, export authorization, project authorization and technical assistance under the agreement between the U.S. government and the Government of Canada to promote aviation safety. Subsequently, on September 18, 2007, Mexico and the United States signed a bilateral aviation safety agreement (BASA) in Montreal, Canada.