The US and the European Union (EU) are amending two joint agreements expanding cooperation on aviation safety and air traffic management (ATC) modernization. Officials from FAA, the EU and the European Commission co-signed the amendments in Brussels Dec. 13. The amendment to the US-EU Safety Agreement, which originally took effect May 1, 2011, enables the FAA and the EU to move forward with reciprocal acceptance of flight simulator training devices and pilot licensing approvals. A go-ahead ...

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