US FAA Acting Administrator Bobby Sturgell and European Commission VP-Transport Antonio Tajani yesterday signed a safety agreement that "broadens and deepens the regulatory collaboration between the FAA and its European counterparts in EASA and national authorities," FAA said in a statement. The agency said the accord provides for "reciprocal acceptance" of safety findings in aircraft design, airworthiness and repair station oversight. It also "broadens the scope of potential future US ...

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