The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has criticized the so-called “disinformation campaign” concerning the proposed changes to Flight Time Limitations (FTL) “organized throughout Europe by the European Cockpit Association (ECA).” The ECA is has denounced EASA proposal to amend the current EU rules on flight and duty time limitations and rest requirements for commercial air transport, on the grounds that they “will allow airlines to carry out dangerous flight schedules” as “air crews can be on duty for 20-22 hours”. To which EASA has responded: “Contrary to what this pilot association says, the maximum duty period at night is reduced

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