EASA Reorganisation To Strengthen Role

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) yesterday (September 1) revealed a new organisational structure.

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) yesterday (September 1) revealed a new organisational structure.

Regulatory functions are now integrated across the different aviation sectors to provide more consistency and a new strategy and safety management directorate has been created to “strengthen EASA’s overall strategy”, it says.

The new division, the head of which is yet to be announced, will also aim to promote a more “data-driven and performance-based” approach to managing safety, the regulator confirmed.

Patrick Ky, EASA executive director, said: “This new organisation will reinforce the role of EASA at the centre of the European aviation regulatory system.”

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