FAA acting administrator Dan Elwell has called on the UK and world governments to accelerate the pace of bilateral aviation negotiations ahead of Brexit, when the UK leaves the European Union (EU), in March 2019. “Brexit and its March 2019 deadline is obviously on all of our minds,” Elwell said during a June 19 speech at the EASA-FAA Aviation Safety Conference in Washington DC. “As the clock runs down, removing uncertainty about the UK ...

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