Lucerne, Switzerland Airlines operating in and out of Europe face a range of safety inspections to ensure the airworthiness of their aircraft. However, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) itself is now questioning whether the combination of airworthiness reviews, aircraft continuing airworthiness monitoring (ACAM) surveys, safety assessment of community aircraft (SACA) inspections, safety assessment of foreign aircraft (SAFA) inspections and inspections performed by authorities ...

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