The EU signs a major aerospace cooperation agreement with the People’s Republic of China and the FAA speaks about sharing safety data.
The point of EASA’s annual review is to focus the community on continuously improving aviation safety throughout Europe.
Aviation safety in EU and Canada is generally ranked as being the US’s equal, yet similar to the US, there is constant negative press about aviation.
Europe is partnering with South Asia to meet the opportunities and challenges of the region, while the FAA is focusing on the Caribbean to increase airport safety and certification.
Neighbors to European Airports ARE BEGINNING to benefit from Optimal Profile Descent (OPD) implementation around the continent. Why has the incredibly green EU been so slow in adding OPD to its environmental efforts?
Three stories demonstrating the need to know what is happening in European aviation, and why FAA’s international presence is important.
Partly due to stresses created by competition from Gulf Carriers, but like the Delta/A4A situation, there were divides about whether the threat was legal.
Should the US promote the quality of its regulations to help EU compete?