The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) and the European Union (EU) signed a bilateral civil aviation safety agreement in May, paving the way for cooperation in various arenas, including airworthiness. The first of its kind between the two entities, the agreement will “remove the unnecessary duplication of evaluation and certification activities for aeronautical products by the civil aviation authorities, and therefore reduce costs for the aviation sector.” It has been ...

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