The European Union (EU) has published new rules including provisions to support the mental fitness of air crew, psychological screening and drug and alcohol testing in response to the 2015 Germanwings tragedy. Under the new regulations all pilots working for European airlines will have access to a support program to help them to recognize, cope with and overcome problems that could negatively affect their ability to operate safely. France’s BEA accident investigation agency found ...

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