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Old 4th Mar 2018, 02:24
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Originally Posted by Alber Ratman View Post
Well May has opened her mouth on the subject. The UK Government wants the UK to remain in EASA and will pay for the privilage. I think this storm in a tea cup will be a simple one to put to bed. The rest of the mess will be another matter, but is not in the remit of this forum to mention any further.
Of course non-member states can be members of EASA, like currently Norway, Switzerland and Iceland. However, that requires amongst accepting EU rules especially the acceptance of the European Court as final authority. Which might be something of an issue.
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