Business aviation groups lauded the recent Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement (BASA) between Canada and the European Union (EU), saying it will reduce the costs of providing and maintaining aircraft and parts in both regions. The EU and Canada exchanged diplomatic notes late last month, marking the agreement’s enactment. The accord follows the BASA that the EU and the U.S. enacted in March and began to formally implement in May. The Canada/EU agreement includes annexes covering the ...

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