Daily Memo: Aviation Safety’s ‘Gold Standard’ Isn’t An Agency—It’s An Outcome

FAA building
FAA Headquarters, Washington DC
Credit: Mark Nensel
The concept of a winner-take-all battle between the FAA and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for the title of global aviation safety’s “gold standard” regulator is amusing at best, and absurd at worst. Multiple competent regulators with broad experience—think certifying transport...

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