EASA After Brexit

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) was established in 2002 to harmonize safety, airworthiness and certification regimes across EU member states. It is Europe’s version of the FAA, and strong ties between the two agencies mean that certification of an aircraft, engine or component by one...
Alex Derber

Alex Derber, a UK-based aviation journalist, is editor of the Engine Yearbook and a contributor to Aviation Week and Inside MRO.

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