In these extremely difficult times for the aviation industry, EASA is putting into place the measures required to ensure that operations can continue in as normal a manner as possible while still remaining safe. A dedicated EASA page offers convenient links to all of our latest coronavirus-related information.

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About the EU-SEA APP


EASA implements the EU-South East Asia Aviation Partnership Project (APP) on behalf of the European Commissiom.


The overall objective of the project is to enhance political, economic and environmental partnership between the EU and South East Asia in the domain of civil aviation.

The project will also coordinate with the complementary ARISE Plus Civil Aviation project.

The beneficiary states of the project are the countries from the ASEAN region: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

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Project Activities

In the light of the evolving situation with the Coronavirus COVID-19 and the efforts that EASA is taking to prevent and contain the spread, current EU-SEA APP activities have been cancelled/postponed. 

For information and guidance regarding the current outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), please consult regularly the World Health Organization website:

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Press & News

Here you can find the latest news, updates and press releases related to the EU-SEA APP.

e-learning: EASA’s Basic Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2018/1139)

September 2018 the new Regulation for EASA and the European aviation system (EASA’s “Basic Regulation” - Regulation (EU) 2018/1139) entered into force.

The 2-hour e-course offers a comprehensive overview of all the main features, focusing on the changes introduced by the new Regulation.


You can benefit from the online tutorial without receiving a record of completion. 

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The project is funded by the European Union 

and implemented by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency