AEI (Aircraft Engineers International) have written to the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to place on record their view that the travelling public in Europe is exposed to an increasing risk of injury. “Our concern derives from the inconsistent, and in some European countries, inadequate, application by the individual national aviation authorities of safety regulations. The dilution of these regulations by the authorities of those countries presently represents an unacceptable risk of disaster.” The risk arises out of the regulations governing the release into service of aircraft after they have undergone maintenance.  The rules promulgated and approved by EASA call

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