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Aircraft and transport (2). New business models, new safety risks

Brussels, Belgium - Pilots welcome new Practical Guide by EASA to mitigate hazards of atypical employment

European pilots welcome the new Practical Guide issued by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) on 7 Aug 2017. It has the potential to help us in better equipping European aviation to manage safety hazards and their associated risks that stem from New Business Models. The practical guide is a recognition that outsourcing safety critical tasks, subcontracting/wet-leasing, crew atypical employment,...

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