|Quoting Detroitflyer (Thread starter):|
With all this discussion about the A-380, i read a lot about it not meeting certification requirements or trying to get exemptions from either the FAA or the EASA.......
My question is what about other regulatory agencies, for example china's, india's (2 biggest countries), australia's???
Do they have any or are they not just stringent enough. Why is airbus only worried about Europe and the USA, when there are plenty of other countries they have to fly to
|Quoting Gemuser (Reply 1):|
So, for example when QF presents its application for a certificate of registration and a certificate of airworthiness for its first A380, it will be required to 1) Prove the aircraft has EASA or FAA type certification
|Quoting Detroitflyer (Reply 2):|
that is exaatly what i am saying!!! why dont countries adopt their own policies ie.. (nothing to do with FAA OR EASA) requirements???
world would be safer right????
why is it that only the US and EU have the main rules and other countires dont.??
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