EASA eyes ground service handling rules, sharing among state CAA staffs

Europe’s aviation regulations may expand to cover ground handling service providers and could permit countries to pool resources for highly technical tasks like certification and continued airworthiness, a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) opinion on how its rules should evolve suggests. The...

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