The European Aviation Safety Agency, known as EASA, is a European Union organization whose principal role is the regulation of safety standards among civil aviation aircraft and their operators. This largely consists of certification of the airworthiness of aircraft, to ensure that those which are licensed to fly by EASA comply with all their regulations and are, therefore, extremely secure and reliable. It is the European equivalent to the North American, FAA.
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