A new European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) rule covering flight-crew licensing has the potential of grounding hundreds, if not thousands, of general aviation pilots in certain European countries, such as the U.K. The rule, which took effect on April 8, enacts EASA requirements for pilot training and the issuance of European pilot licenses, ratings and certificates. One of the more controversial measures in the rule requires European pilots who currently hold third-country ...
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