EASA and FAA streamline certification processes
European air transport regulator EASA and its US counterpart the FAA have updated their aviation safety agreement, paving the way for simpler certifications. EASA and the FAA already have a reciprocal agreement in force, under which aircraft certifications granted by one authority are recognized and...
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