EU bats for adoption of new aviation rules



The has hinted at the possibility of being removed from its in the near future, provided that the country adopts new aviation rules.

Lauding the efforts undertaken by the country to address the challenges of aviation safety, notably the proposed new aviation legislation currently before the Parliament, the EU has said, “It would be key for this legislation to be adopted by the Parliament and subsequently implemented. This would allow the Commission to advance with the process of eventually removing Nepal from the EU air safety list.”

The processes will include a technical meeting (in Brussels) with the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal to review the progress made, a subsequent on-site visit to Nepal by DG MOVE, EASA, and air safety experts from

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