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Sun, Jul 14, 2019

EASA And DGAC Of Mexico Formalize Partnership In Aviation Safety

Would Facilitate The Mexican DGAC Acceptance Or Validation Of EASA certificates

EASA has concluded a Working Arrangement with the Directorat General of Civil Aeronautics (DGAC) of Mexico.

The Working Arrangement formalizes a reinforced partnership between the two organizations, defines EASA's assistance to the Mexican DGAC in terms of institutional and regulatory harmonization, and aims at facilitating the Mexican DGAC acceptance or validation of EASA certificates.

This Working Arrangement is the first one signed by EASA with a country of the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region. It was signed by Patrick Ky, during his visit to Mexico, and the Director General of Civil Aeronautics of Mexico, Rodrigo Vasquez in the presence of Carlos Morán, Minister of Transport of Mexico, and Klaus Rudischhause, EU Ambassador to Mexico.

(Image provided with EASA news release)

FMI: www.easa.europa.eu

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