European safety officials are confident that a newly enacted regulation will strengthen the region’s safety data gathering and sharing process, including its evolving European Central Repository (ECR) database. The rule, "Reporting, Analysis and Follow-up of Occurrences in Civil Aviation," was finalized in April and is effective in November 2015. It sets out European Union-wide standards on the types of aviation incidents that must be reported, by whom, and how. It also ...

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