The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has restructured in a move it says will enable it to engage more pragmatically with the aviation industry. The changes, which became effective Sept. 1, include the creation of a strategy and safety management directorate to promote a data-driven and performance-based approach to managing safety. “All regulatory functions have been integrated across the different aviation domains and more homogeneity has been introduced to better enable the ...

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