United States | U.S.-EU Joint Committee Meeting Strengthens Transatlantic Civil Aviation Ties

United States | U.S.-EU Joint Committee Meeting Strengthens Transatlantic Civil Aviation Ties

United States – On March 8, delegations representing the United States, the European Union and its Member States, Norway, and Iceland, convened in Washington, DC for the 22nd meeting of the Joint Committee established under the U.S.-EU Air Transport Agreement of 2007, as amended. The delegations initialed an agreement to remove longstanding unfair time constraints on U.S. air carrier leases of aircraft with crew in the lucrative U.S.-EU air transport market. The two sides also discussed preparations to ensure that the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union would not disrupt air services.

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