IMPORTANT NOTICE. Due to the current crisis situation caused by COVID-19, our work plan is being re-designed with the beneficiary and distance support will be granted during this period. Missions will resume as soon as the sanitary situation is back to normal. Click here for more official information by EASA.

About the ASSP II-Z


The Aviation Sector Support Programme II to Zambia (EU-ASSP II-Z) is a support project funded by the European Union and implemented by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

The project has started in October 2017 and will continue until September 2022. Its budget is 1.8 million (approx. 20 million Kwacha).

The EU-ASSP II-Z is designed to support the development of a reliable and effective aviation sector in Zambia, capable of contributing to the country’s economic growth.

Current Project Activities

2 February 2022

One day Workshop on Safety Management Systems (SMS) for ZCAA inspectors

24-28 January 2022

Mission of EASA’s Safety Investigation expert in Lusaka


November 2021

Workshops for Industry and for CAA Inspectors on Safety Management topics

13 October 2021:

9th Steering committee meeting


23 July 2021:

15th TWG meeting

8-10 June 2021:

SAFE 360, registration are open


28 April 2021:

14th Technical Working Group  of the project

25th March 2021:

Gender equality in Aviation 2nd session

AOC OPS Specs support in 2021

SSP implementation support in 2021

A list of all events and activities are available for consultation, contact the project team through the contacts section of this site

Latest News


Gala dinner in Lusaka on 12 November 2021

EASA publishes the ARS 2020 (EU Aviation Safety Review).

Available for download here. 


Please click here for more information from the European Commission on COVID-19

EASA upgrades its website, offering dedicated area for passengers and notifications for users. More info

EASA releases the last official version of the EPAS leaflet . Click here 

European Industry and Regulators Unite to Provide a Roadmap for Zero Emissions Aviation.



The project is funded by the European Delegation to Zambia and COMESA

and implemented by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency