A task force set up following the March 24 crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 is calling for more robust screening of pilots and airline drug and alcohol programs with random testing, and the European Commission (EC) says it will consider these and four other recommendations “before deciding on future steps.” The six recommendations came in a report delivered to the EC earlier this week and released July 17. The task force, called for by the EC after the French BEA released its ...

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