Britain’s EASA Exit Decision Is Built On Ideology, Not Pragmatism
Ever since Brexit became a possibility, aerospace has warned that remaining a member of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) would be critical to keeping industry competitive and free of disruption. However, with the British government planning a clean break from the European regulator...
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