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GAMA PUSHES FOR UNIFORM EUROPEAN REGULATION UNDER EASA
The General Aviation Manufacturers Association urged European officials to consolidate aviation regulatory authority under the newly formed European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), saying the current patchwork of state regulations has proved complicated and unnecessarily costly for both commercial and non-commercial operators. GAMA made those comments in response to EASA's Notice of Proposed Amendment NPA 2/2004, one of the earliest rulemakings out of the agency designed to facilitate the transition of oversight from the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) to EASA.