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Second aviation forum in UAE this month

April 15- The (EASA) will hold the second ooperation forum in the UAE at the end of this month, said the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA).

The forum will be held for the first time outside Europe and more than 50 countries are slated to participate in it. The forum hopes to talk about latest aviation safety standards.
 

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