The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) say there should be no changes to current regulations on wind shear warning equipment and pilot training.
EASA ave concluded “that no regulatory action is needed to require wind shear equipment on European-registered aircraft, with present requirements “expected to maintain the current level of safety”.
In the Notice of Proposed Amendment (NPA) from EASA issued in response to an ICAO safety recommendation that all turbine airplanes in excess of 12,500 pounds mtow or authorized to carry more than nine passengers be equipped with a wind shear warning system.
The objective of this NPA is to mitigate the risks linked to the effect of wind shear during a take-off from, approach to and landing at an airport.
Comments on the NPA are due Feb. 15, 2017.