FAA, planning for a worst-case scenario, is prepared to take over surveillance of its 180 approved repair stations in the UK if a new regulatory bilateral agreement isn’t in place when the country leaves the European Union (EU) next year. The UK government has not announced how it will regulate its aviation industry following the so-called Brexit—its decision to leave the EU effective April 1, 2019. One certainty: the UK will no longer be under the European Aviation Safety ...

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