Aircraft Engineers International
HAMBURG, Germany, October 7, 2010 - Experience has shown that often before an aircraft accident occurs, a number of incidents and numerous other deficiencies have highlighted the existence of safety hazards.
HOOFDDORP, The Netherlands, September 16, 2010 - AEI, the international body representing aircraft engineers, is becoming increasingly concerned about the approach being taken by the world's leading aviation regulators towards safety.
HOOFDDORP, The Netherlands, February 10 - Once again events reported in the United States have clearly highlighted the inadequacies of the European Union Transport Department's (DG TREN) oversight of air safety within Europe.
HOOFDDORP, The Netherlands - The largest single cause accelerating the downward trend of aviation safety is the increase in the number of regulatory breaches by airlines remaining uncorrected.
HOOFDDORP, The Netherlands - Despite all the promises and promotional videos, the European Union's regulation of the aviation industry has now hit an all time low placing passengers at an unacceptable level of risk.