EASA PUBLISHED THE 2023-2025 EUROPEAN AVIATION SAFETY PLAN (EPAS)
In the European Aviation Safety Plan (EPAS), EASA regularly identifies key safety risks and other issues affecting the European aviation system and identifies the necessary actions to mitigate them.
This is the 12th edition of EPAS. It covers a shorter period of three years from 2023. until 2025 Compared to 2022 authorization, the intended objective of EPAS remains unchanged: “to maintain a high level of aviation safety pre-pandemic during the period of recovery from the pandemic and to improve safety after recovery”.
This edition of EPAS comes at a time when the industry is still reeling from major external shocks: the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Therefore, strategic priorities have been revised to promote a safe, sustainable and resilient aviation system capable of dealing with any type of event.