LONDON—Airlines have until the third quarter of 2020 to comply with EASA’s air crew mental-fitness regulations, which were introduced in the wake of the 2015 Germanwings pilot-suicide crash. Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately flew flight 9525 into a mountain in March 2015, killing 149 other people along with himself. This kicked off a regulatory response that resulted in new mental-fitness regulations, spanning three key areas: psychological testing, pilot support ...

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