The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has submitted a formal “opinion,” proposing that individual countries should be able to delegate some of their oversight responsibilities. “Among others, EASA proposes that when national authorities have a lack of resources or expertise, they should be able to delegate some of their oversight functions to other authorities or to EASA, in order to make sure that no safety risks are overlooked. The agency also proposes that, on a ...

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