EASA’s Safety Plan Update Illustrates Agency’s Achievements, New Tasks

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has updated its near-term safety plan, adding 15 new proposed actions to its standing task list and reporting that 32 of 42 items set for completion in 2012 were delivered as scheduled. EASA’s safety plan, the agency’s third, covers 2013-2016. Like previous...

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