Germany’s Federal Aviation Office (LBA) is weak when it omes to oversight of airlines registered in the country, the European Union has found. In a stunning finding concerning one of the EU’s leading aviation member states, the EU aviation safety officials note that ramp inspections have found increasing numbers of faults with German carriers. “The root cause analysis of the performance of these air carriers revealed particular weakness in the oversight of these carriers,” the EU ...
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