International Aviation Safety and Safety Management Systems The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is the official governmental department in the United States responsible for all matters pertaining to domestic and international aviation as concerns the United States and our interactions and international agreements with other countries around the world. The FAA defines their mission as to “Continuously strengthen FAA's International leadership role by advocating best practices in aviation safety, efficiency, and organizational excellence”(International Aviation,” 2010, para. 1). In 1991, the FAA began to implement a new program to determine other country’s ability and willingness to adhere to safety standards, as well as aircraft...The end:
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