Air Malta has become one of the latest carriers to transition to a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) air operator’s certificate (AOC).Under new European regulations, developed by EASA, all commercial air transport operators must switch to an EASA AOC by October 28th. The change was originally due to come into force from October 2012, but all European Union states postponed implementation for two years, leading to the 2014 deadline.UK leisure carrier Monarch Airlines announced earlier in August it had completed all requirements for an EASA AOC, one of the first UK airlines to do so.“To comply with the new regulations

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