Wednesday, 1 December 2010

An informal lunch

I'm off to Cologne tomorrow (assuming I can get through the snow). Part of the reason for the trip is the following EASA event. At first I thought that a 30 minute presentation was a bit short, but then I saw that it was about better regulation for GA, and now I'm wondering if they'll have trouble filling the time.

I want to believe that EASA is doing a great job. People I like and respect have worked with them and I have a high opinion of them, but when I see things like Part M, and some of Part FCL, I struggle to see how their output can be described as anything other than poo.

I'll let you know how it goes…


EASA Media Event: A Better Regulation for General Aviation in Europe

Dear all,

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has several ongoing projects and tasks to promote better regulation for General Aviation in Europe.

Considering the upcoming milestones leading to the implementation of new EU Regulations, EASA’s Communications Department is very pleased to invite you to a briefing and lunchtime discussion on the theme of:

A Better Regulation for General Aviation in Europe

Date: Friday 3 December 2010 from 12:30 to 14:00
Place: EASA Headquarters in Cologne, Germany. Access details are available here.

A 30 minute presentation by EASA General Aviation experts will be followed by a Q&A session. An informal lunch will be provided.

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