The UK’s exit from the European Union will not impact cooperation between US and British aviation authorities, said the Federal Aviation Authority’s administrator Steve Dickson, speaking at the UK Aviation Club luncheon in London yesterday. Dickson cited the ongoing coronavirus issue as an example of the need for global cooperation in order to maintain safety in the aviation sector, but he stressed this was not limited to issues such as restricting the spread of infectious diseases. Given that 25% of transatlantic flights are US to the UK and 80% of transatlantic travel traverses UK airspace, Dickson said that the fate
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