EASA organises second International Cooperation Forum in UAE
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is organising the second edition of its International Cooperation Forum from 27 to 29 April 2010 to discuss the latest developments in safety standards applied by EASA and followed by several civil aviation authorities around the world.
The Forum, hosted by the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is the first outside Europe. It is expected to see the participation of more than 100 delegates representing 50 states and aviation organisations which apply the EASA standards in their national or regional jurisdictions.
Patrick Goudou, EASA Executive Director, explained: “More and more countries around the world are adopting EASA standards in their national and regional framework. The European aviation safety system is clearly becoming a model world-wide”.
The aim of the Forum is to share experience and knowledge among states and authorities adopting EASA standards and to update the participants on the latest developments in European aviation safety legislation. The first International Cooperation Forum was held in October 2008 in Cologne, Germany.