Moscow Cargo LLC is a contemporary high-tech cargo aviation terminal and the principle dealing with operator of Sheremetyevo Worldwide Airport, which serves 68% of the airport’s cargo and postal turnover
- Moscow Cargo LLC issued RA3 certificates by German Nationwide Civil Aviation Administration
- RA3 certificates confirms that the terminal of Moscow Cargo LLC totally complies with EU aviation safety necessities
- Moscow Cargo’s registration quantity is RU / RA3 / 00005-01
Moscow Cargo LLC has been issued the RA3 certificates by the German Nationwide Civil Aviation Administration (Luftfahrt-Bundesamt), which inspects and certifies airports and airways on behalf of the European Aviation Security Company (EASA).
The RA3 certificates (Regulated Agent Third Nation) confirms that the terminal of Moscow Cargo LLC totally complies with all aviation safety necessities established by the European Union for cargo and mail destined for or touring via the EU international locations from the territory of non-EU international locations (Implementing Regulation (EU ) 2015/1998).
Moscow Cargo’s registration quantity is RU / RA3 / 00005-01.
The Luftfahrt-Bundesamt auditors paid particular consideration to the implementation of a safety program by Moscow Cargo that features measures to guard the cargo and protect its integrity all through your complete logistics cycle earlier than the switch to the airline. All cargo-handling operations from the second of acceptance for transportation till the second of supply on board the plane happen within the managed space of the airport (KZA), the place unauthorized entry to the cargo is prohibited throughout floor dealing with.
Moscow Cargo is the biggest cargo operator within the Russian Federation with RA3 certification. The present certificates is legitimate till December 29, 2023, and permits new companion airways of Sheremetyevo Airport to endure simplified certification and obtain the ACC3 standing (Air Cargo or Mail Service working into the Union from a Third Nation Airport), which is required for the cargo of products and mail to EU international locations.
The Registered Agent Regime (together with the Recognized Consignor Regime) was initially launched by the Worldwide Civil Aviation Group (ICAO) and its member states to assist the implementation of the Air Cargo Secured Provide Chain (ICAO) idea.
The idea was developed after explosives have been present in two parcels despatched to the USA from Yemen by courier companies UPS and FedEx on October 29, 2010, and the follow quickly turned widespread. Since July 1, 2014, the European Union has required that each one air transport of products and mail destined for or touring via the EU international locations from international locations outdoors the EU be by carriers which have confirmed ACC3 standing. That is in accordance with the EU-approved process for making certain a safe chain of deliveries from third international locations (Third Nation EU Validated Safe Provide Chain).