Rules governing the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have been amended to enable it to tackle emerging issues. Aspects of the new rules were welcomed by pilots, but criticized by some of the continent’s major airlines. The European Parliament’s Transport and Tourism Committee (TRAN) voted on amendments to the “Basic Regulation” setting the agency’s framework and competences. The approved TRAN committee text now becomes the European Parliament’s ...

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