Monarch Airlines has completed all specified requirements for a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) air operator’s certificate (AOC), making it one of the first UK airlines to do so.A key feature of the EASA regulations concerning AOCs is the introduction of a mandatory Safety Management System (SMS), requiring each operator to demonstrate “a robust safety culture and a risk-based approach to all aspects of aircraft operations.”Monarch’s new AOC will become effective on October 28th, the date by which all EU civil aviation regulation is to be harmonized. All airlines must conform to EASA regulations after this point.Monarch Airlines operations director
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