The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has approved a Rolls-Royce request to transfer design authorization from Britain to Germany as a precaution against a possible no-deal Brexit. EASA documentation, published Jan. 16, details that the British aero-engine company made the request in June 2018, with EASA confirming that the documentation will be transferred to Germany by this month. Under the agreements, design approvals for all the company’s UK-produced airliner engines ...

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