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Agencies are hesitant over who leads the Air France A-380 engine explosion probe. The coordination among the Canadian, Danish, French and US investigators will be carefully watched.
The winners of the 61st Gordon Bennett Cup won by navigating through a narrow airspace corridor avoiding Russian restriction.
Perhaps the redundancy of ICAO, FAA and EASA audits should be replaced by a single entity. One assessment would reduce the burden on the CAAs of preparing for the triplicate reviews.
The EU signs a major aerospace cooperation agreement with the People’s Republic of China and the FAA speaks about sharing safety data.
It was easy to assume that ICAO’s role in this regional conflict was over. Sometimes the penumbra of power is as forceful as the explicit authority.
As the airline industry has grown to be more global in scope, to network their passengers around the world, the competitors have formed alliances.
An EASA agreement with Singapore maintains safety and stimulates jobs, while an FAA agreement with Singapore reduces FAA’s surveillance duties there.