Tension mounts between stakeholders as Europe updates safety regulations
Efforts to overhaul management of aviation safety as the mandate of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is expanded are about to touch on one of the most explosive issues on the agenda—how pilot work hours should be further regulated. But the safety agency is attempting to sort out much more than pilot flight-time limitations. As a new set of operating rules for air carriers in Europe is formalized, stakeholders will have to decide how much input EASA will have in interpreting ...
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