EASA last week published a proposal to the European Commission calling for "harmonized regulation" of flight crew licensing among all EU member states. "This new regulation will ensure that the same pilot licensing requirements and related high safety levels apply in all member states," it said. The EC is expected to implement a new pilot licensing standard by April 2012, EASA said.  Air Transat pilots represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn. appointed a ...

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