Europe has enacted regulations that should make its decade-old centralized safety database more valuable to both regulators and state aviation agencies by expanding the amount of incident information available to its users. The regulation, adopted in April and taking effect late next year, opens up access to records in the European Central Repository (ECR) to safety agencies and investigators throughout Europe. “One of the current difficulties of the ECR is that the narratives from ...

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