Agreement On Civil Aircraft

8409.10 Parties, exclusively or primarily for aircraft engines of 8407.10 or 8408.90 (b) all civil aircraft engines and their parts and components are adapted, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is the United Nations agency that sets international standards and re-equip practices (PPS) for global aviation. The 191 ICAO Member States (listed here) and several global aviation organizations are coordinating to develop non-binding SARS as a benchmark for national civil aviation regulatory authorities. These national and regional agencies – such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the United States and the European Aviation Safety Agency (ESEA) in the European Union – use SARS to define aviation safety rules, airworthiness and type certification, as well as legally applicable technical advice in their respective fields. This has created a system of harmonization of civil aviation rules on a global scale, with few differences based on the implementation of individual states. Below are links to ICAO-specific SARs specific to aircraft, as well as general safety and navigation policies for the entire aviation industry. 5.1 Signatories do not apply quantitative restrictions (import quotas) or import certificate requirements to limit imports of civilcivil aircraft in a manner inconsistent with the existing GATT provisions. This does not exclude GATT-compatible surveillance or import permit systems. 1.2 For the purposes of this agreement, “civilian aircraft” is defined as (a) all aircraft other than military aircraft and (b) all other products covered by Section 1.1. 8407.10 The motor piston engine of a Spark detonator or a 8.7 rotary piston engine When a signatory considers that its commercial interests in manufacturing, repair, maintenance, reconstruction, reconstruction, transformation, modification or transformation of another signatory have been or are likely to be affected by a measure taken by another signatory, it may request that the matter be reviewed by the Committee.

On request, the Committee meets within 30 days and reviews the matter as soon as possible in order to resolve the issues as quickly as possible and, in particular, before a final solution is found elsewhere. In this context, the committee may, if necessary, issue such judgments or recommendations. This revision does not affect the rights of signatories under the GATT or multilaterally negotiated instruments under the GATT, as they affect the trade in civilian aircraft. In order to assist in the consideration of the issues at issue, the Committee may, if necessary, provide appropriate technical assistance within the framework of the GAff and these instruments. 8479.89 Machinery and mechanical devices with individual functions not mentioned or included elsewhere in Chapter 84: starter engines, non-electric; Propeller regulators, non-electric; servomotors, non-electric; non-electric windshield wipers; hydropneumatic accumulators; pneumatic starters for turbo jets, turboprops or other gas turbines; Specially designed for aircraft; mechanical actuators for thrust reversals; Humidifiers and dehumidifiers will find the decisions of WTO bodies on the civil aircraft trade agreement in the WTO`s Analytical Index of Law and Practice guide, taking into account the importance of their common economic and trade interests in the civil aircraft sector; This multilateral agreement came into force on 1 January 1980. There are signatories: . Most WTO agreements are multilateral because they are signed by all WTO members. The Civil Aircraft Trade Agreement is one of the multilateral agreements signed by a small number of WTO members.