European Commission sent a "reasoned opinion" to the Czech Republic and Greece for failing to implement EU legislation concerning aircraft safety checks at their airports. EC noted that the relevant directive establishes "EU-wide safety standards" covering aircraft inspections, possible measures for unsafe aircraft (including grounding) and standards for training and qualification of inspectors. Member states were required to implement the Directive by Oct. 20, 2008. Both countries have two ...

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