EASA Holding Aviation Safety Plan Meeting This Week
Member State representatives are invited to attend the June 17 meeting in Cologne, Germany.
The European Aviation Safety Agency announced a June 17 meeting in Cologne, Germany, to continue the progress made to date through four successful editions of the European Aviation Safety Plan, which is a road map for air traffic control safety improvement in Europe. "As the success of this mission very much depends on building a solid foundation on the State level, we look forward to exchanging our views together with the States Representatives, taking a look at safety issues and reviewing the performance of the aviation system as a whole, creating thus synergies between the EU and national dimension of Safety Management," the agency's announcement stated.
Registrants were asked to make contact by May 22.
Four editions of the plan have been published between 2012 and 2014.