EASA has been awarded a contract for technical cooperation with North Asia under the EU financed Partnership Instrument.
This programme will allow continued and intensified cooperation with China under the EU-China Aviation Partnership Project and aims to establish new technical cooperation initiatives with the Republic of Korea and Japan.
The objective is to promote EU aviation interests with these important aviation countries. The programme will run for three years, from April 2021 to 2024.
Managed by EASA, the project will work with European industry, EU level organisations and EU National Aviation Authorities, all contributing European aviation expertise to the cooperation, while at the same time keeping abreast of and exchanging information on latest aviation trends and technologies with the partner countries.
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