Consequent to the UK's withdrawal from the EU, this Halsbury paragraph should be read in conjunction with the Aviation Safety (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020, SI 2020/1116, pending incorporation of the changes into the text.
A body called the Joint Aviation Authorities ('JAA') was established in 1990 as an associated body of the European Civil Aviation Conference ('ECAC')1 to oversee the development, acceptance and implementation of joint aviation requirements ('JAR')2. The secretariat is based in the Netherlands. A group of staff seconded by national aviation authorities on a
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