“Mental Health Rules for European Pilots to Be ‘Strengthened’”


Medscape reports that the European Aviation Safety Agency (AESA) is set to announce strengthened mental health checks for pilots. The proposed changes come in the wake of the Germanwings Flight 9525 disaster, in which the pilot Andreas Lubitz, who had sought help for severe depression and was taking psychiatric medications, deliberately crashed the plane.

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