EASA proposes areas for extended oversight

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has submitted a formal “opinion,” proposing that individual countries should be able to delegate some of their oversight responsibilities. “Among others, EASA proposes that when national authorities have a lack of resources or expertise, they should be able...

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