Macedonia adopts EASA standards.
In August this year, the European standards for aviation safety of the European Union will become binding for the Macedonian aviation authorities. At the headquarters of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, within the framework of the 31st plenary session of the European Civil Aviation Conference, the director of the Macedonian Civil Aviation Agency, Zoran Krstevski, and the director of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Patrick Goudou, signed a working agreement on future cooperation between the Macedonian aviation authorities and EASA.
The working agreement covers all the aspects of the regulation of the civil aviation safety and defines the mandatory implementation within the EU aviation safety standards, whereby they become binding for Macedonia, too.
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|Title Annotation:||European Aviation Safety Agency|
|Publication:||Macedonian Business Monthly|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2009|
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