Aviation safety remains an ongoing key priority for the European Regions Airline Association (ERA), said Montserrat Barriga, ERA’s Director General on Monday, following her meeting with Luc Tytgat, Director of the Strategy and Safety Management Directorate, EASA, and Jesper Rasmussen, EASA’s Flight Standards Director. The meeting, which is part of ERA’s ongoing work with EASA, making a valuable contribution to aviation safety, covered several important safety issues including peer support programmes and pilot mental health, lasers, SAFA inspection programme and ERA’s top five safety concerns which are airborne conflict, loss of control, fire and smoke, cyber security and conflict zones.

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