EASA Finds Dangerous Trends In European Airspace

WASHINGTON—The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) said preliminary accident and incident data from 2016 for its 32 member countries shows increased risks from systems failures, airborne collisions and runway excursions. The preliminary data, collected for commercial aircraft weighing more than...

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