The EASA General Aviation (GA) Roadmap was initiated 5 years ago. It commits to progress towards lighter, simpler and better regulation for General Aviation. In the past 3 years, EASA has worked relentlessly on the action items enumerated in the GA Roadmap, delivering in accordance with its commitments and close to completing the original list of rulemaking activities.
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