EASA and IATA approved new requirements and regulations for pilots

International Air Transport Association and the European Aviation Safety Agency develop new regulations and requirements for the training of pilots.

As it became known, new requirements of IATA and the EASA, will be aimed mainly at minimizing air incidents. At the moment, developed the whole concept of action in the case of aircraft entering into complex spatial positions, with each individual case provides its own solution.

Creation of new regulations was mainly based on the incidents of the past and the current year, however, in turn, it should be noted that the likelihood of a recurrence of such situations is extremely small, which is why the new management may be useless.