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Aircraft. CAAS and EASA expand collaboration with new working arrangement on airworthiness certification

Cologne, Germany - Industry to benefit from reduced duplication of regulatory efforts

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have signed a working arrangement that will reduce regulatory compliance cost and facilitate more business opportunities for companies in Singapore and Europe. The Working Arrangement on Airworthiness Certification (WA-AC) was signed by Director-General of CAAS, Kevin Shum, and Executive Director of EASA, Patrick...

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