Printed headline: Nickels and Dimes   The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is taking a look at the fees and charges it imposes on certification and approval applicants. According to a memo distributed in conjunction with a survey request to industry stakeholders, EASA maintains that revenues derived from applicants did not cover the cost of services provided in 2016 or 2017. The agency proposes increasing fees by as much as 35% for “loss-making” services, including ...

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