The trade body representing European regional carriers has appealed to the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to take a stance on legal verdicts it says could pit commercial interests against safety considerations. The European Regions Airline Association (ERA), which represents some 50 carriers, is concerned that recent cases in Europe’s courts are creating a dilemma for airlines. A recent example of this was a case in a UK lower court where the judge declared that a lightning ...

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