EASA To End Volcanic Ash Operations Plan Database Updates

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) will stop updating a tightly controlled database of airlines’ individual risk-assessment plans for operating near volcanic ash-contaminated airspace, determining the project is “redundant” and “not well-adapted” to non-European carriers’ needs. “A majority...

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