The Ministry of Roads and Transportations has announced Iran’s readiness to coordinate with the European Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA) rules. According to a press release from the Ministry, Iran will adapt the European aviation rules as much as possible. Mohammad Javad Taghvaei, the spokesman, tells that Iran will only benefit from these new standards as it already has been tested on the leading countries in the field of aviation. The majority of Iran’s aviation industry is already complying with the EASA rules, despite the sanctions from Europe the past years.
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