At a conference in Cologne on 15-16 June, EASA presented the latest status of its action plan following the tragedy of Flight 4U9525. EASA’s latest regulatory proposals, which are currently undergoing consultation with the Agency’s Advisory Bodies, were presented and discussed in detail with some 150 experts from authorities, airlines, pilot and cabin crew associations, as well as medical experts. Following these consultation steps, EASA’s final regulatory measures will be published before the end of the year. The Conference presentations are published here.
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