A series of bilateral aviation safety agreements reached by the US and UK governments would ensure that cooperation on air travel and aviation safety remains mostly unchanged in the event of a “no-deal” Brexit. The agreements guarantee there will be no change to maintenance oversight, with the US and UK continuing to accept each other’s aviation maintenance approvals. This means that any products, parts or appliances currently manufactured by companies in either country ...

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