European Commission adopted a proposal establishing new rules that aim to improve accident investigation coordination, asserting that the current 15-year-old system "functions below optimum efficiency." The new regulation also strengthens victims' rights and increases access to information and the right to assistance. The EC opted not to establish a European Civil Aviation Safety Board, the option preferred by the industry (especially OEMs) but one that was "controversial" among member ...

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