EASA Sees No Need To Revamp Third Country Operator Process

Singapore Airlines aircraft at airport
All foreign carriers serving EU airports must obtain third-country operator approval.
Credit: Sean Broderick/AW&ST
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency’s Third Country Operator (TCO) regulation will be updated in the next few years, but the program’s successful track record means the changes will be minimal. “We have started the rulemaking activity,” the agency’s head of Air Operations and Aerodromes...

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