EASA report calls for steps to help European aviation stakeholders address complex challenges


A European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) report released on Friday calls for more cooperation among aviation stakeholders in Europe to address increased air traffic, emerging technologies, and reduced resources.

In the European Plan for Aviation Safety 2018-2022 report, EASA identified the development of a “coherent and transparent framework” to enhance safety at the regional level and identification of major safety risks as key priorities. Support for implementation of state safety programs by member states, the Global Aviation Security Plan and promoting knowledge sharing were also identified as priorities.

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Source: Transportation Today