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International Affairs

Following the United Kingdom's official departure from the European Union on January 31, the UK will continue to be covered under the US-EU Aviation Safety Agreement (PDF) through the transition period that ends on December 31, 2020. Industry should be aware that the same policies and procedures it has followed to date under the US-EU Aviation Safety Agreement should continue to be followed, and that EASA will continue to be the UK's technical agent during the 2020 transition period.

For more information on Brexit and the transition period, please visit the Brexit Information Page.

FAA International mapThrough international engagement, FAA increases the safety, efficiency, and environmental sustainability of the global aviation system. U.S. citizens traveling abroad benefit from increased safety and efficiency due to FAA expertise and leadership in developing aviation regulations and standards. FAA programs promote worldwide seamless connectivity across borders for air travel and help to assure safe and efficient air travel for U.S. passengers flying abroad as well as at home.

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