European Union - Republic of Korea Aviation Partnership Project (APP)

What is the EU-ROK APP?

The European Union - Republic of Korea Aviation Partnership Project (EU-ROK APP) started on 20 December 2021, date of the signature of a Letter of Intent establishing a cooperation framework between the EU and the ROK in various domains of civil aviation safety.​

The project is expected to run until 31 March 2024 and will explore possible areas of exchanges, including latest aviation trends and technologies.

The EU-ROK APP facilitates closer cooperation between the EU and ROK at an official, authority and industry levels. This is reflected in the project’s objective of enhancing the partnership between the EU and ROK in the civil aviation domain.

The project implies a close cooperation between EASA and various European stakeholders to bring best European aviation expertise to the project. Likewise on the side of the ROK, the project interacts with Korean stakeholders coordinated by MOLIT. 

EASA welcoming contributions from European stakeholders for the new EU-ROK APP
Project Activities

Please follow this website regularly to learn about the latest updates regarding upcoming APP activities.

Upcoming activities will be announced shortly

If you wish to learn more about our past events, click here.

Past Events

Here you can find more information about recent EU-ROK APP events.

Following a successful exchange on management of Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) in the previous month between EASA and MOLIT, the authorities held another workshop on 16 July with the purpose to deepen their cooperation, this time on the subject of Ramp Inspection Programme.

EASA and MOLIT, Republic of Korea agree on new cooperation framework

 

On 20 December 2021, EASA and MOLIT signed a Letter of Intent outlining the terms of implementation of the EU-ROK Aviation Partnership Project (APP), building a platform for technical and policy cooperation

This project is funded by the European Union

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This project is implemented by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), in cooperation with the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT)