UK Aerospace Industry Third-Country EASA Applications Surge

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LONDON—More than 600 UK-based aerospace companies have applied to EASA for third-country approvals in preparation for a potential no-deal Brexit at the end of October. The third-country approvals would allow the companies to continue to be regulated by EASA even if the British government proceeds...

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