ADS, the trade body representing the UK aerospace industry, has urged talks to ensure aviation safety arrangements between the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the UK‘s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) are hammered out before the UK leaves the European Union (EU). In a letter to the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michael Barnier, ADS, together with general aviation body GAMA, said urgent steps are required to find a solution to this problem.  They have asked that ...

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