An organisation which the British House of Commons criticised as “half-baked and half-cocked” and “an accident waiting to happen,” is poised to take more powers from the the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority in air safety matters in legislation due to be passed by the European Parliament soon. MEP Philip Bradbourn said, “This is no time for Britain to lose control of our aviation safety. EASA, (European Aviation Safety Agency) based in Germany and costing GBP 15 million (22.276 million Euro) each ye...


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