EASA Calls on CAAs, FAA To Share More

Paris Air Show » 2007
June 18, 2007, 10:42 AM

Open sharing of data between and among airworthiness authorities was top of the agenda at a Euro-U.S. aviation-safety conference in Prague earlier this month, when
more than 400 experts met to consider the part “new technologies” and data exchange could play in producing better safety regulation. European Aviation Safety Agency executive director Patrick Goudou said that EASA wanted to learn from the expertise of national aviation authorities.

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